The Dawn of Correction - The Spokesmen
This LP was recorded in October of 1965. It includes the controversial hit "The Dawn of Correction," an answer song to the enormous hit "Eve of Destruction" by Barry McGuire. The song reached #21 on the charts. This is the first time the LP has been released on CD. See Fan Reviews
The Best of Northern Soul - Vol 2
Along with the artists and groups in "The Best of Northern Soul," "The Best of Northern Soul Vol. 2" also features The Electric Indian, Joe Renzetti, The Lavenders with Leon Huff, The Bobbi-Pins, Daryl Hall, The Mellow Moods, The Moods, James Bounty, The Chargers and Cupit. Rare photos included!
Hidden Hits - Vol 1
Featuring Chubby Checker, The Hi-Tones, Len Barry, The Executive Suite, Maureen Gray, Johnny Caswell, Race Street Chinatown Band, The Alliance, The Sultans, Eddie Custis, The Mellow Moods, Carl & The Commanders, The Hearts, The Lavenders with Leon Huff, The Alliance and Cupit. Rare photos included! See Fan Reviews
Those Philly Instrumentals
Featuring The Assembled Multitude, Electric Indian, The Madara & White Orchestra, Johnny Madara, Joe Renzetti, Ninapinta, The Citations, Cupit, The Sounds of Genesis, The Alliance, Race Street Chinatown Band, The Lavenders with Leon Huff and Gulliver. Rare photos included.
Leon Huff - The Sound of Philadelphia
A compilation of Leon Huff's early Philly Northern Soul productions from 1963-1969, with 6 songs co-written and/or co-produced by Kenny Gamble. Featuring The Lavenders, Bunny Sigler, Cindy Scott, The Formations, The Tymes, The Sweet Three, The Mellow Moods, The Sherrys, Johnny Caswell, Len Barry, Daryl Hall and Naomi & Harris.
Ninapinta and His Bongos and Congas
This LP was recorded in 1966 and this is the first time it has been released on CD. It features 12 instrumentals by Ninapinta and renowned jazz musicians Clark Terry, Ernie Royal, Artie Kaplin, Willy Rodriguez, Joe Grimm, George Devens, Gary Chester, George Duvivier and Jimmy Wisner.
Philly Doo Wop
Featuring 24 songs recorded between 1957 and 1968 by some of Philadelphia's finest artists and groups including. The Hi Tones, Anthony & The Sophomores, Danny & The Juniors, Johnny Madara, The Premiers, Billy & The Essentials, Dale & The Cashmeres, Maureen Gray, Bobby Wells, The Hearts, The Matadors, The Four Lyrics and The Sultans. Rare photos included.
Otis Reddings's Road Band
A Tribute to Otis the Upsetters featuring Jimmy Wess
Hailing basically from Baltimore, Maryland, The Upsetters consisted of Lee Foy on Saxophone, Barry Sachs on Guitar, Harry Hoehn on Trumpet, Howard Ridgley on Bass, Danny O'Day on Drums and John F. Baseman on Organ. The vocal spotlight is reserved for Jimmy Wess.
Northern Soul Revival
We've put together this great compilation of the best of our Northern Soul. The artists and groups include Johnny Caswell, Bunny Sigler, Len Barry, Cindy Scott, Grover Mitchell, The Sherrys, The Sweet Three, Joey Heatherton, Alex Brown and Naomi & Harris.
"THAT PHILLY SOUND" 50's DINER MUG
"DO THE BOP" CD
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THAT PHILLY SOUND is proud to offer our authentic '50s DINER MUG. We think it's really cool and we know you'll like it too!
DO THE BOP CD, personally autographed by Johnny Madara, which features DO THE BOP (the original unreleased version of the classic '50s hit, AT THE HOP), and the doo-wop hit, SOMETIMES WHEN I'M ALL ALONE, sung by Philadelphia's own, JOHNNY MADARA, with DANNY AND THE JUNIORS singing back-up.
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