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  1. Big City Soul Vol 60 Northern Soul Classics from the Vaults of Scepter, Wand, Musicor, Dynamo & Subsidiaries [2CD], a Various Artists Compilation. Released in October on Goldmine (catalog no. GSCD65; CD). Genres: Northern Soul.
  2. 60s Soul. Various Artists (Kent/ Modern) MP3 £ This Is A Girl's Life: The Complete Wand Recordings 60s Soul. Nella Dodds. CD £ Don't Change Me Now. 60s Soul. Mavis Staples. CD £ Brent: Superb 60s Soul Sounds. 60s Soul. Various Artists (Time Brent Shad) CD £ Carnival Of Soul Vol 3 - I Wanna Be. 60s Soul.
  3. This item: Manhattan Soul by Various Audio CD £ Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). Live At The Royal Festival Hall Paul Weller. out of 5 stars * Kent records cut its teeth on the great New York labels Scepter, Wand and Musicor. The imprints were much more than the hits of the time, already widely available so we've /5(5).
  4. Manhattan Soul: Scepter, Wand & Musicor, a Various Artists Compilation. Released 28 February on Kent (catalog no. CDKEND ; CD). Genres: Soul.
  5. Scepter/Wand had the bigger black music catalog and dominates this compilation. It is the third in the Manhattan Soul series: across-the-board soul covering the '60s and the first half of the '70s. Kent's privileged position of accessing the tapes has meant we can show how the labels' recordings were even bigger than their sizeable output.
  6. Manhattan Soul: Scepter Wand & Musicor collects tracks from the influential triad of independent labels that were based out of New York in the '60s and '70s. This isn’t another compilation of hits by artists who recorded for the labels. You won’t find Dionne Warwick, the Kingsmen, B.J. Thomas, or the Isley Brothers, as they are easily found on various primer collections.8/
  7. Description Scepter/Wand and Musicor/Dynamo records were quintessential New York soul labels. Their common link was Luther Dixon, who set Scepter on the right road with the Shirelles and followed up with success for Tommy Hunt, Chuck Jackson and Maxine Brown.
  8. The British reissue label first explored the Soul Side of Scepter, Wand and Musicor Records in February with "Manhattan Soul" on CDKEND (Barcode ) - following that in July with "Manhattan Soul 2" on CDKEND (Barcode ). Now it's January and time for Volume /5(2).

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