Deep Soul Records

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Deep Soul Records was a record label established by Dave Godin, David Nathan and Robert Blackmore in the United Kingdom in 1969 to release American soul music singles.[1] A subsidiary of Soul City Records, its release run was limited to six singles between 1968 and 1970. These records are now highly sought after.

The label was re-established by Ace Records in 2016.[2]

Discography[edit]

  • 9101 Jean Stanback - "I Still Love You" / "If I Ever Needed Love" 7"
  • 9102 The Ad Libs - "Giving Up" / "Appreciation" 7"
  • 9103 Nickie Lee - "And Black Is Beautiful" / "Faith Within" 7"
  • 9104 The Emotions - "Somebody New" / "Bushfire" 7"
  • 9105 Jimmy Tig & Louise - "A Love That Never Grows Cold" / "Who Can I Turn To" 7"
  • 9106 Roy Hamilton - "Dark End Of The Street" / "100 Years Ago" 7"[3]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Soul City Records
  2. ^ discogs.com, label: Deep Soul2
  3. ^ "Label Discographies". Vinylnet. Retrieved 2014-06-05.