Pye Disco Demands album 1974 Side 1 01 Wayne Gibson - Under My Thumb 02 The Casualeers - Dance Dance Dance 03 The Fuzz - I'm So Glad. Повторите попытку позже. Опубликовано: 2 дек. 2016 г. Pye Disco Demands album 1974. Side 2 01 The Javells - Goodbye Nothin' To Say 02 Jerry Williams - If You Ask Me 03 Little Johnny Blair - Momma's Gone 04 Al Wilson - Help Me 05 Wally Cox - This Man 06 Wigan's Chosen Few - Footsee 07 Jimmy Breedlove - I Can't Help Loving You. Mid 70's UK Northern Soul series set up in 1974 by Dave McAleer first under the Pye International label and since 1975 under the Pye Records label. Usually known as 'Pye Disco Demand' on the Northern scene.
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B5. –The Javells Featuring Nosmo King. Goodbye Nothing To Say. B6.
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Northern soul is a music and dance movement that emerged in Northern England in the late 1960s from the British mod scene, based on a particular style of black American soul music, especially in the mid-1960s, with a heavy beat and fast tempo. The northern soul movement generally eschews Motown or Motown-influenced music that has had significant mainstream commercial success. Northern soul is associated with particular dance styles and fashions that grew out of the underground rhythm & soul scene of the late 1960s at venues such as the Twisted Wheel in Manchester. Goodbye Nothing To Say, by the white British group the Javells, was identified by Dave McAleer of Pye’s Disco Demand label as having an authentic Northern soul feel.