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1. I Dedicate My Life to You - Mitty Collier
2. I'll Weep No More - Betty Everett
3. I Can't Hold Out Any Longer - Lavern Baker
4. Lonely Avenue - Pearl Woods
5. Lonely Heartache - Barbara Lynn
6. Darling, Don't Hurt Me - Ann Cole
7. I Kinda Think He Does - Carla Thomas
8. Since I Fell for You - Mary "B" Banks
9. Looking Back - Jewel Brown
10. I'm Willing (Part 1, Take 2) - Mavis Staples ; the Staple Singers
11. Your Love Is Wonderful (2nd Version) - Hattie Littles
12. Oh What a Dream - Ruth Brown ; Her Rhythm Makers
13. I'm So Young - Maureen Gray
14. No Love - Mable John
15. I Can't - Linda Hopkins
16. Stop the Wedding - Etta James
17. My Man He's a Lovin' Man - Betty Lavette
18. I'm the One - Gerri Hall
19. No More Tears - Johnnie Mae
20. If I Knew - Yvonne Fair ; the James Brown Band
21. Life Goes on Just the Same - Maxine Brown
22. I Can't Take It - Mary Ann Fisher
23. Sin Is to Blame - Candi Staton ; the Jewell Gospel SGRS
24. I Thought I'd Gotten Over You - Judy Clay
25. He's Gone - Brenda Holloway
26. I'm Through Crying - Martha Carter
27. Love (Is Just a Chance You Take) - Barbara George
28. You're My Desire - Mary Wells ; Group
29. Hey Fool - Brenda Holloway

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Although sadly destined to remain a "No-Hit-Wonder", R&B/Swamp-Pop singer ROLAND STONE is acknowledged as one of the finest white voices to emerge from New Orleans (Aaron Neville once described him as "the singingest white guy I've ever heard.") Stone had one huge regional hit, 'Just A Moment', which sold 100,000+ copies in New Orleans and Louisiana, despite a strong rival version by Ike Clanton. 'Preacher's Daughter', 'Something Special' and 'Everybody's Lonesome For Somebody Else' were also significant regional successes, as was Benny Spellman's 'Roll On', on which Roland shared the lead vocals His brief recorded output is held in the highest regard, while his sole LP, also titled Just A Moment (featured herein in it's entirety, including three tracks which were originally credited to Jimmy Clanton), has long been a major collectors' item