CD released: Nov 29, 2019

1. Love Is After Me - Charlie Rich
2. He Ain't Give You None - Freddie Scott
3. My Girl Josephine - Jerry Jaye
4. Cry Softly Lonely One - Roy Orbison
5. Humphrey Stomp - Earl Harrison
6. Four Days Of Rain - The Raggamuffins
7. My Old Flame - Nino Tempo & April Stevens
8. Life Turned Her That Way - Mel Tillis
9. Can You Help Me - The Knickerbockers
10. Eight Men, Four Women - O V Wright
11. Never My Love - The Association
12. Bob - The Willis Brothers
13. Huff Puff - Mickey Dolenz
14. Snap Your Fingers - Gail Wynters
15. The Little Black Egg - The Nightcrawlers
16. Billy The Kid - Wilson Pickett And The Falcons
17. Beautiful People - Kenny O'dell
18. The Ferris Wheel - Sue Thompson
19. I Don't Want To Fall - The Fallen Angels
20. When You're Gone - Brenda And The Tabulations
21. You're The Love - The Sixpence
22. The River Is Wide (Uk Edit) - The Forum
23. Boogaloo Down Broadway - The Fantastic Johnny C
24. Marryin' Kind Of Love - The Critters
25. I'm Indestructible - Jack Jones
26. Three Hundred And Sixty Five Days - Donald Height
27. Traveling Shoes - Guy Mitchell
28. Big Boss Man - Erma Franklin
Cat No: CDCHD1560
Barcode: 0029667096720
Packaging: CD Regular

• After a lengthy hiatus, just when you had all given up hope of ever seeing another volume, Ace’s chronicling of London American resumes this month with an overview of the label’s output from 1967.

• By the mid-60s, while it was no longer the only outlet for the release of hot new American hits, London was still a name that commanded maximum respect among record buyers all over the UK, and the label was still bringing some of the most interesting (and very best) of what was currently happening in the USA over to our side of the Atlantic.

• 1967 was a watershed year in popular music, and the eclectically enjoyable nature of previous volumes is upheld by the 28 tracks in our latest compilation, which – just as the US Hot 100 charts of the time did – embraces soul, country, folk-rock, psychedelia, adult contemporary and much more besides.

• Legendary names – many of them with lengthy London American associations – rub shoulders here with terminally obscure one-record wonders, just as they had always done from the label’s earliest days. All tracks have been mastered from original mono sources, just as they appeared on London, with many coming to you from the original tapes used to manufacture those London 45s.

• Copiously annotated and generously illustrated – including a label scan of every featured track – it’s a package that brings many of these tracks to UK CD for the first time, and one that all aficionados of the London American label will be delighted to file next to the previous volumes in this series.