Album Details

Rhythm & Blues, Memphis Soul, Soul, Northern Soul, Early Pop/Rock, Instrumental Rock, Soul Jazz, Uptown Soul, Beach, Southern Soul, Deep Soul, Pop-Soul, Chicago Soul

Album Review

More than other mid- and late-'60s pop styles, soul lent itself well to instrumentals, both party tunes and slower romantic stuff. This volume has big hits by most of the major soul instrumental stars (Booker T. & the MG's, the Mar-Keys, King Curtis, the Bar-Kays, Young-Holt Unlimited, Ramsey Lewis, Hugh Masekela, as well as one-shots like Cliff Nobles ("The Horse") and cuts by Alvin Cash and the Viscounts that rarely get played on oldies radio.
Richie Unterberger, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Cool Jerk
  2. I Do
  3. Agent Double-O-Soul
  4. It's All Right
  5. Gimme Little Sign
  6. Tainted Love
  7. Sweet Inspiration
  8. I've Never Found a Girl (To Love Me Like You Do)
  9. The Entertainer
  10. Let Love Come Between Us
  11. Voice Your Choice
  12. I'm So Proud
  13. When I'm Gone
  14. Pouring Water on a Drowning Man
  15. Smooth Operator
  16. Eight Men, Four Women
  17. Temptation 'Bout to Get Me
  18. Stay in My Corner