"Detroit's black music scene 1961-64 - about to spread soul music across the world"--Container.
Compiled by Ady Croasdell and Graham Finch.
Compilation of material recorded and previously released 1961-1964
Notes by Graham Finch
I cried for my last time (The Sonnettes) -- Think a little sugar (Barbara Lewis) -- Come back to me (La Wanda William) -- I'm a lonely guy (Timmy Shaw & The Sternphones) -- Just one more time (J.J. Barnes) -- Everything's gonna be alright (Leon Peterson) -- You lied (Marva Josie) -- Here I am (Betty Lavett) -- My letter (Priscilla Page) -- I know how it feels (Laura Johnson) -- Oh baby (The Falcons) -- Tears running and falling from my eyes (James Lately) -- Wedding bells (Melvin Davis) -- Til the end of time (Gino Washington) -- Shakin' fit (The Pyramids) -- It's easy (Tony Clarke) -- That's no way to spend my time (The Penn Etts) -- Devil in his heart (The Donays) -- Don't you know (How you thrilled me when you kissed me) (Charmaine) -- Why (The Volumes) -- It never happened before (Geraldine Hunt) -- Can't we get together (One more time) (Harry Reid) -- Answer me (Vivian Collins) -- Nosey folk (The Del-Phis).