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1. Doris Troy - What'cha Gonna Do About It
2. Hank Jacobs - So Far Away
3. Nella Dodds - Come See About Me
4. George Stone - Hole in the Wall
5. The High Keys - Que Sera Sera
6. Betty Everett - Getting Mighty Crowded
7. Sugar Pie - Desanto I Don't Wanna Fuss
8. Rufus Thomas - Walking the Dog
9. Joe Tex - Hold What You've Got
10. Irma Thomas - Time Is on My Side
11. Ike and Tina Turner - I Can't Believe What You Say
12. Chuck Jackson - Any Day Now
13. Major Lance - the Monkey Time
14. Inez and Charlie Foxx - la de Da, I Love You
15. Mary Love - I'm in Your Hands
16. The Larks - the Jerk
17. Mitty Collier - I Had a Talk with My Man
18. Maxine Brown - Oh No Not My Baby
19. The Sapphires - Gotta Have Your Love
20. Solomon Burke - Everybody Needs Somebody to Love
21. Lee Dorsey - Ride Your Pony
22. Jackie Ross - Selfish One
23. The Sharpees - Tired of Being Lonely
24. Roy Head ; the Traits - Treat Her Right
25. Little Milton - Who's Cheating Who?
26. James Brown - Out of Sight
27. Don Covay - Mercy Mercy
28. Darrell Banks - Open the Door to Your Heart
29. Bessie Banks - Go Now
30. Bobby Moore ; His Rhythm Aces - Searching for My Love
31. Phil Upchurch Combo - You Can't Sit Down
32. Jackie Lee - the Duck
33. Bobby Sheen - Dr. Love
34. The Poets - She Blew a Good Thing
35. Johnny Nash - Love Ain't Nothin ' (But a Monkey on Your
36. Earl - Jean - Randy
37. Fred Hughes - Oowee Baby I Love You
38. Sandy Wynns - a Touch of Venus
39. Nina Simone - Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood
40. Tony Clarke - Ain't Love Good, Ain't Love Proud
41. Jimmy McGriff - I've Got a Woman
42. The Astors - Candy
43. Googie Rene Combo - Smokie Joe's la la
44. Little Hank - Mr Bang Bang Man
45. Jerry Jackson - It's Rough Out There
46. Shades of Blue - Oh How Happy
47. Howard Tate - Ain't Nobody Home
48. Jimmy Radcliffe - Long After Tonight Is Over
49. Alvin Cash - Twine Time
50. The O'Jays - Lipstick Traces
51. Bunny Sigler - Let the Good Times Roll Feels So Good
52. The Incredibles - There's Nothing Else to Say Baby
53. The Ikettes - Peaches and Cream
54. The Packers - Hole in the Wall
55. Gloria Jones - Finders Keepers
56. Dobie Gray - See You at the Go Go
57. Deon Jackson - Love Makes the World Go Round
58. The Capitols - Cool Jerk
59. Ramsey Lewis Trio - the in Crowd
60. Fontella Bass - Rescue Me
61. Homer Banks - 60 Minutes of Your Love
62. Chris Bartley - Sweetest Thing This Side of Heaven
63. Alexander Patton - a L'il Loving Sometimes
64. Bettye Swann - Make Me Yours
65. Darrow Fletcher - the Pain Gets a Little Deeper
66. Jimmy Hughes - Steal Away
67. Carla Thomas - Gee Whiz
68. The Vibrations - My Girl Sloopy
69. The Impressions - Gypsy Woman
70. Sam and Dave - You Don't Know Like I Know
71. Garnett Mimms - I'll Take Good Care of You
72. Toussaint McCall - Nothing Takes the Place of You
73. Candy and the Kisses - the 81
74. Otis Redding - Mr Pitiful
75. Eddie Holman - This Can't Be True
76. Rosco Robinson - That's Enough
77. The Manhattans - I Wanna Be Your Everything
78. The Magnificent Men - Peace of Mind
79. Mickey Lee Lane - Hey Sah Lo Nay
80. Willie Mitchell - Mercy
81. Derrick and Patsy - Gypsy Woman
82. Derek Martin - Daddy Rollin' Stone
83. Baby Washington - That's How Heartaches Are Made
84. Garnet Mimms and the Enchanters - Cry Baby
85. Billy Stewart - Sitting in the Park
86. Tommy Tucker - Hi Heel Sneakers
87. Chris Farlowe - Air Travel
88. The Miracles - I Gotta Dance to Keep from Crying
89. The Spinners - Sweet Thing
90. Kim Weston - I'm Still Loving You
91. Marvin Gaye - I'll Be Doggone
92. Bob and Earl - Harlem Shuffle
93. Russell Byrd - Hitch Hike Part 1
94. Slim Harpo - I Got Love If You Want It
95. The Soul Sisters - I Can't Stand It
96. The Velvelettes - Lonely Lonely Girl Am I
97. Jimmy Smith - the Cat
98. The Megatons - Shimmy Shimmy Walk Part 1
99. Etta James - Tell Mama
100. The Bar - Kays Soul Finger

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While the recordings on Eddie Piller's latest release may be familiar to diehard fans of great '60s music, the story behind it will be new to many, but is well worth telling and hearing all the same. A lot of youngsters fell in love with the Mod lifestyle during the revival at the end of the '70s, but the more inquisitive ones like Eddie wanted to know more about the original fashions, the original influential figures, and most of all the original music. Step forward one Randy Cozens, eager to give the benefit of his advice. In those pre-internet days, his platform of choice was the letter pages of the weekly music press. His enthusiasm, his passion, and the sheer volume of missives he posted persuaded Sounds to commission Randy's guide to the music that was played in the all-nighter clubs in London's West End in those early '60s halcyon days. And so, the original Mod Top 100 was born. Eddie has taken Randy's list, and added some personal favorites from the era where original selections are no longer available. The result is 'Eddie Piller Presents The Mod Top 100', a new 4CD set containing 100 examples of R&B, Soul, Jazz, and Beat that you would expect to hear on the finest and most discerning dancefloors. With new sleeve notes from Eddie, and the generous support of Randy's children, Paul and Terry, this release also serves as a fitting tribute to one of the most influential and important figures on the scene (as Eddie relates, when Randy passed away in 2003 there were more than 500 mods at his funeral, dancing in unison to The Soul Brothers Six and 'I'll Be Loving You'). 'Eddie Piller Presents The Mod Top 100' includes Soul divas like Doris Troy, Betty Everett, and Bessie Banks, the tender side of Soul from Chuck Jackson, Mitty Collier, and Eddie Holman, floorfillers from James Brown, Ike and Tina Turner, and Solomon Burke, instrumental grooves from Hank Jacobs, George Stone, and the Ramsey Lewis Trio, and much more. The Soul torch passes down the generations, but the flame just keeps on burning. 'Eddie Piller Presents British Mod Sounds of The 1960s', and 'Eddie Piller Presents British Mod Sounds of The 1960s Volume 2: The Freakbeat & Psych Years' are still available on CD (740155732134) and vinyl (5014797907683 & 501479790767).