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Dusty SpringfieldThe Complete Atlantic Singles 1968-1971

Label:Real Gone Music – RGM-1312, Atlantic – RGM-1312
2 x Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Reissue, Mono, Ruby Red
Genre:Funk / Soul, Pop


A1Son-Of-A Preacher Man
Written-ByJohn Hurley, Ronnie Wilkins
A2Just A Little Lovin' (Early In The Morning)2:19
A3Don't Forget About Me2:49
A4Breakfast In Bed
Written-ByDonnie Fritts, Eddie Hinton
A5The Windmills Of Your Mind3:48
A6I Don't Want To Hear It Anymore
Written-ByRandy Newman
B1Willie & Laura Mae Jones
Written-ByTony Joe White
B2That Old Sweet Roll (Hi-De-Ho)2:58
B3In The Land Of Make Believe2:28
B4So Much Love3:28
B5A Brand New Me2:30
B6Bad Case Of The Blues2:02
C1Silly, Silly Fool2:25
C3I Wanna Be A Free Girl2:51
C4Let Me Get In Your Way2:41
C6Never Love Again3:09
D1What Good Is I Love You2:50
D2What Do You Do When Love Dies
Written-ByDonna Weiss, Mary Unobsky
Written-ByBobby Bloom, Jeff Barry
D4Nothing Is Forever
Written-ByBobby Bloom, Jeff Barry
D5I Believe In You
Written-ByJeff Barry
D6Someone Who Cares
Written-ByAlex Harvey (2)

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Record Store Day Black Friday "RSD First" release. Quantity: 3,000

Issued in gatefold jacket, annotated by Joe Marchese.
Mastered from original tape sources.

Hype sticker, with barcode catalog number 848064013129:
24 Original Mono Singles
Limited to 3000 Copies!
Featuring Son-Of-A Preacher Man
Includes liner Notes and Rare Photos
2-LP Set Pressed On Ruby Red Vinyl
[RSD Black Friday logo]

This compilation ℗ 2021 Atlantic Recording Corporation. Produced under license from Atlantic Recording Corporation. Manufactured by Rhino Entertainment Company, A Warner Music Group Company. © 2021 Real Gone Music LLC

Track details from jacket back:
A1: Atlantic single 2580 Released 11/68 • #10 Pop
A2: Atlantic single 2580
A3: Atlantic single 2606 Released 2/69 • #64 Pop
A4: Atlantic single 2606 Released 2/69 • #91 Pop
A5: Atlantic single 2623 Released 4/69 • #31 Pop / #3 Adult Contemporary
A6: Atlantic single 2623 • #105 Pop
B1: Atlantic single 2647 Released 6/69 • #78 Pop
B2: Atlantic single 2647
B3: Atlantic single 2673 Released 9/69 • #113 Pop / #27 AC
B4: Atlantic single 2673
B5: Atlantic single 2685 Released 10/69 • #24 Pop / #3 AC
B6: Atlantic single 2685
C1: Atlantic single 2705 Released 1/70 • #76 Pop / #25 AC
C2: Atlantic single 2705
C3: Atlantic single 2729 Released 4/70 • #105 Pop / #25 AC
C4: Atlantic single 2729
C5: Atlantic single 2739 Released 8/70
C6: Atlantic single 2739
D1: Atlantic single 2771 Released 1/71
D2: Atlantic single 2771
D3: Atlantic single 2825 Released 8/71
D4: Atlantic single 2825
D5: Atlantic single 2281 Released 11/71
D6: Atlantic single 2281

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 0848064013129
  • Barcode (Text): 8 48064 01312 9

Other Versions (2)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
The Complete Atlantic Singles 1968-1971 (CD, Compilation, Mono)Real Gone Music, AtlanticRGM-1166 , RGM-1166US2021
The Complete Atlantic Singles 1968-1971 (CD, Compilation, Mono)BSMF Records, Real Gone Music, AtlanticBSMF 7620Japan2021


harryboy8's profile picture
i want to buy this but its a lot of money, dont get me wrong i will buy it if its worth it. whats the sound quality like and quality of the vinyl some of the new stuff is a bit ify today any advice welcome

mikeh69's profile picture
Edited 27 days ago
Did they take the 45 singles themselves and transferred them and did the best they could to make them sound as good as they could... I hear sibliance and it's probably not from the new vinyl but the singles themselves... Now Now Music seems to try to milk the hell out of the 3 Atlantic or would should of been 3 LP's... Dusty I think canned the third album. To make Cameo 3 years later... Phillips did put out a amazing LP called See All Her Faces. in 1972. And the she made Cameo and canned the album after that... And took like 5 years off. Her albums were never the same after the crash down in 1974 which is like one of my 5 top favorite albums...
Bill_Bishop's profile picture
I have 2 turntables one being mono, with a hand built mono cartridge, and I must say that the quality and sound quality is excellent.
Biggspeed's profile picture
I was hesitant to purchase this one at my local shop because of the price but I'm glad I did. Great sounding pressing. The red vinyl is very nice. No issues with my copy whatsoever. I only wish my fave song of hers was on this but "you don't have to say you love me" came out in 66'.
sbud51's profile picture
First things first. The sound quality is really quite wonderful! Great mono rhythm section punch and Dusty’s vocals are perfect. I’m not sure you could do too much better than this! The pressing is plenty quiet enough to boot! Only complaint of course is the pricing on these things which is getting a bit much and for that price could we not at least get poly lined sleeves. Gatefold and liner notes are nice though.
statikman's profile picture
I was pretty excited about this one, but Disc 1 is badly warped, disc 2 a little less.

The sound is ok, maybe a bit underwhelming. My copy of Dusty in Memphis sounds spectacular, this is a bit fatiguing on the ears.
Maybe because it's mono?

I love the cover though, and it's a great collection of songs.