6.I Can Tell (I'm Losing Your Love) - Lena Calhoun & The Emotions
7.Take Your Heart - Betty Willis
8.Puff (Up in Smoke) - Kenny Lynch
9.On My Own Two Feet - Hal Miller
10.Clock That's Got No Hands, A - Della Reese
11.Jack Be Nimble - The Intruders
12.I Don't Love You No More (I Don't Care About You) - Jimmy Norman
13.Crying For My Baby - Harold Burrage
14.Trouble With Girls, The (Of Today) - James Conwell
15.You'd Be Crying Too - The Matadors
16.Gypsy Said, The - The Fiestas
17.I Came Back Running (Back From the Party) - Wade Flemons
18.Where Is the Boy Tonight - The Charmaines
19.Please Don't Cry Anymore - Ketty Lester
20.Pretty Little Girl Next Door - Bobby Day
21.My Heart's on Fire - Billy Bland
22.Gee, What a Girl - The Persians
23.Don't Lead Me On - Mr. Tears
24.Trouble I've Had - Clarence Ashe
Audio Remasterer: Rob Shread.
Liner Note Author: Ady Croasdell.
Photographers: Malcolm Baumgart; Tony Rounce.
Arrangers: Roy Glover, Jr.; Hank Jacobs; Alan Lorber; Luchi de Jesus; Bobby Bare.
The British imprint Ace Records' Kent subsidiary delves deeper into soul music's dusty vaults to unearth many of the sides that significantly bridged the gap between '50s pop music and the funky dance hits of the '60s. Notable artists include the British singer and songwriter Kenny Lynch, who penned an early hit for the seminal '60s U.K. group the Small Faces, with his pop-flavored "Puff (Up in Smoke)," and the Motown recording artist Marv Johnson, whose lightweight "Come on and Stop" sounds like an early Brill Building effort.