We’re also releasing three new CITY 45s this month. Blues groovers will plump for ‘She Wobbles When She Walks’ by Paul Clifton and Boyce Cunningham’s ‘Too Young’, both previously available only on CD; vinyl DJs will dig having them to fill their floors. The most sought-after vocal to an instrumental in Northern Soul history was undoubtedly the Magicians’ glorious ‘(Just A Little) Faith And Understanding’. It’s finally available to the public on vinyl, in a superior mix to the very limited vinyl copies pressed to coincide with our recent “Kent 30” CD. Sherlie Matthews’ song ‘Rising Higher’ is on the flip, sung by the redoubtable Marva Holiday with just a hint of the summer of love coming through. From the catalogue of producer Dave Hamilton, modern soul fans are going to adore the relatively unknown 70s and early 80s grooves of Nightchill and Romeo & Juliet that they may have missed out on previously.