Kirchin, Basil / Nathan / Parker / Parish - Viva La Tamla Motown / Main Chance | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Viva la Tamla Motown - Basil Kirchin ; Jack Nathan
2. Main Chance - Alan Parker ; William Parish

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Our next installment on Bob Stanley's Measured Mile label is a KPM Library double header. Basil Kirchin and Jack Nathan's 'Viva La Tamla Motown' is pulled from the rare "The Wild One" LP they recorded for de Wolfe in 1966 and, instrumentally, celebrates Berry Gordy's classic Detroit label. The flip is taken from the equally collectable 1972 de Wolfe library LP called "Hogan The Hawk & Dirty John Crown" where 'Main Chance' is described as "moody, beaty - featuring synthesiser." It's a stone-cold rhythmic beauty well worth a spin on anybody's turntable - so, give both a chance.