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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Would You Believe! on Discogs.
  2. Sep 01,  · The Tempests - I Cried For You Rare Northern Soul. The Tempests - I Cried For You Rare Northern Soul.
  3. First time reissue for this classic 60s soul masterpiece containing many club and dancefloor favourites, including the Northern Soul monster 'Someday', and also four bonus tracks, not on the original album. Tracks from original album release Would You Believe! released in Tracks 12 and 13 from single (Smash )/5(4).
  4. The Tempests' sole album is prototypical late-'60s beach music: swinging if somewhat bellicose blue-eyed soul, albeit in a ten-piece band with nine whites fronted by a black's a staunch brassiness to the arrangements, with two saxes and two trumpets, and Hazel Martin delivers his vocals with assured though slightly vibrato-laden earnestness.8/
  5. Can anyone offer any information as it whether it pre-dates 'The Tempests- Some Day' issued on the Stardust label, and 'The Empires' track issued on the USA Candi label () in Records show that I paid almost £ many years ago, but I have no knowledge as to it's current value, origin's etc and I would be interested to find out more.
  6. Would You Believe / Ain't No Big Thing / Happiness / Ain't That Enough / I Cried For You / Someday / Can't Get You Out Of My Mind / I Don't Want To Lose Her / What You Gonna Do / You Don't Know Like I Know / You (Are The Star I Wish On) / Bonus Tracks- In The Cold Light Of Day / Long Live Our Love / The Way To A Man's Heart / Out Of My Life.
  7. Feb 16,  · TEMPESTS hailed from, or around, Charlotte, North Carolina. The group was first set up by two brothers Mike and Roger Bunch. In , "Would You Believe!" al.
  8. Dec 28,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Tempests - Would You Believe! at Discogs. Complete your The Tempests collection/5(38).
  9. Mar 01,  · The Tempests By E. Mark Windle The Tempests were a very popular band from around Charlotte NC, which ran from to the mid seventies, with frequent personnel changes (up to twenty five members in its history). They were an all white line up except for their lead vocalists. The earliest version.

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