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So he took his wife's first name and his own middle name and became "Jackie Lee. The Olympics were veterans of the music business, having had hits like "Western Movies" as early as They signed with Mirwood in early after posting twelve sides on the national pop charts from Whether It's Right or Wrong.

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Mirwood Records second release was Jackie Lee's The Duck, an uptempo soul swinger that became a big hit and established the Mirwood sound. The house team of producer Fred Smith, arranger James Carmichael, songwriter and backing voices arranger Sherlie Matthews, along with contributions from veteran singer/songwriters Bobby Relf and Earl Nelson (Bob & Earl), made for uptempo soul /5(5).

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  1. That Beatin' Rhythm: A2 – Jackie Lee: The Duck: A3 – Jimmy Thomas: Where There's A Will: A4 – Sherlie Matthews: My Sugar Baby: A5 – The Olympics: The Same Old Thing: A6 – Bobby Garrett: I Can't Get Away: A7 – The Mirettes: He's Alright With Me: A8 – Jackie Lee: Would You Believe: B1 – The Belles (4) Don't Pretend: B2 – Bobby /5(3).
  2. Oct 19,  · Another Los Angeles stable under the auspices of Henry Hank Graham threw the Performers into the mix with I Can't Stop You and renamed singer Jimmy Conwell as Richard Temple for a 45 that epitomises Northern Soul That Beatin' Rhythm; a credo for a cult/5(7).
  3. There are some wonderful tracks here and not a dud among them. There are also some excellent liner notes with background info on the artists. Don't expect a collection of big hits; there aren't any here. But all the songs are as good as or better than many of the songs that did become chart-toppers. The vinyl LP arrived in mint condition, too/5(5).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of A Little Shot Of Rhythm & Blues on Discogs.5/5(1).
  5. Format: LP, Vinyl. Grade: New (About gradings) SKU: Strong 14 track vinyl only set including big Northern dancers such as Richard Temples ‘That Beatin’ Rhythm’, ‘The Same Old Thing’ from The Olympics, the thumping ‘I Wanna Do Everything For You Baby’ by The Mirettes, Bobby Garrett’s soaring ‘I Can’t Get Away.
  6. That Beatin' Rhythm – The Olympics: Baby Do The Philly Dog – The Furys (13) I'm Satisfied With You (Instrumental) – The Belles (4) Don't Pretend – The Olympics: I'll Do A Little Bit More – Jackie Lee, Delores Hall: Whether It's Right Or Wrong – The Sheppards: How Do You Like It – Jimmy Conwell: Cigarette Ashes – Bobby Garrett.
  7. That Beatin' Rhythm: 17 – The Olympics: Baby Do The Philly Dog: 18 – Furys* I'm Satisfied With You (Instrumental) 19 – The Belles (4) Don't Pretend: 20 – The Olympics: I'll Do A Little Bit More: 21 – Jackie Lee, Delores Hall: Whether It's Right Or Wrong: 22 – The Sheppards: How Do You Like It: 23 – Jimmy Conwell: Cigarette Ashes.
  8. V.A. - Mirwood Northern Soul - Vinyl LP - - UK - Original kaufen im Online Music Store von HHV - Neuheiten & Topseller auf Vinyl, CD & Tape - Versandkostenfrei bestellen ab 80€!

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