BROWN, MAXINE - BEST OF THE WAND YEARS

BROWN, MAXINE - BEST OF THE WAND YEARS

LP (12"/10" Album)

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Label: KENT

Release date: 30/11/2018

Barcode: 0029667007719

Catalog no.: KENT0000514

Item ID: 470426

Maxine Brown became popular in the black music world with her 1960 debut hit 'All In My Mind'. However, in 1963 she signed to Wand Records, which resulted in recordings that turned her from an admired artist into a soul goddess on the Northern Soul scene. This wonderful vinyl-compilation offers the best cuts from that period!
SIDE 1:
1. OH NO, NOT MY BABY
2. I WONDER WHAT MY BABY'S DOING TONIGHT
3. SINCE I FOUND YOU
4. ONE IN A MILLION
5. I WANT A GUARANTEE
6. IT'S TORTURE
7. GOTTA FIND A WAY
SIDE 2:
1. LET ME GIVE YOU MY LOVIN'
2. ONE STEP AT A TIME
3. IF YOU GOTTA MAKE A FOOL OF SOMEBODY
4. LITTLE GIRL LOST
5. BABY CAKES
6. YESTERDAY'S KISSES
7. IT'S GONNA BE ALRIGHT

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