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Hello Stranger - Various - Atlantic Ultimate 60s Soul Sensations! (CD, Album)

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  1. The Capitols' version of "Hello Stranger" was also issued in the UK as the B-side of "Cool Jerk" three times: in , 19(the last two reissues credited to the Three Caps) with the single falling short of the charts each time. In , Carrie Lucas' remake of "Hello Stranger" - which featured the Whispers - was a Top 20 R&B hit.
  2. Various: Atlantic Records - Time Capsule (9-CD&DVD) The Atlantic Records Time Capsule was created in the same spirit that infused the Label's very beginnings. Just as the company's founder, to quote the legendary Ahmet Ertegun, 'wanted to make the kind of records that we would buy,' we set out to assemble a collection that would tell a story.
  3. VA - Ultimate Jukebox - Hits Of The 60s [5CD Long Box] () Other music / Rock, Metal maestro 0 2 ,
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  6. This CD comprises Barbara's 2 Atlantic releases from the early s. She is a fine example of how emerging female soul singers sounded before Aretha, closer to Pop than to Blues or Gospel. The tracks are exquisitely produced by Ollie McLoughlin, and full orchestral arrangements by greats Bert Berns, Mike Terry, Artie Butler, Riley Hampton, Van McCoy,Bob Gallo and Lou Courtney/5(24).
  7. Killer work from one of the best 60s soul talents of the Windy City! Major Lance was one of Chicago's first big soul stars – crossing over big on the charts with huge hits for the Okeh label during the early and mid 60s – thanks to some great tunes penned by Curtis Mayfield, and stellar production from the legendary Carl Davis! In a way, Lance 's sound was a key culmination of the modes.
  8. In fact many great soul songs eluded easy categorization, one example being Barbara Lewis's self-penned #3 hit "Hello Stranger." Though Lewis was from Michigan, it didn't sound like Motown, and while there were bits of girl group, pop, and gospel involved in the tune, it wasn't especially in thrall to any of those schools.
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