“Soul The Hits” by The Ikettes - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1966Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

The sole Ikettes album featuring 10 single sides, 1964-1966, and two previously unrleased cuts, “Can’t Sit Down ‘Cos I Feel So Good” and “It’s Been So Long”. At this time The Ikettes were Robbie Montgomery, Jessie Smith and Venetta Fields. The storming “Da Do Ron Ron” aside, I don't get much connection with this set, it's a tad too poppy for me.

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A1 [02:54] 4.2.png The Ikettes - I’m So Thankful (Marc Gordon, Frank Wilson) Soul
A2 [02:29] 7.6.png The Ikettes - Da Do Ron Ron (Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich, Phil Spector) Pop
A3 [02:42] 5.1.png The Ikettes - Camel Walk (Ike Turner) Soul
A4 [02:22] 5.1.png The Ikettes - Can’t Sit Down ‘Cos I Feel So Good (Frank Wilson) Soul
A5 [02:02] 4.5.png The Ikettes - (Never More) Lonely For You (Ike Turner) Soul
A6 [02:07] 4.2.png The Ikettes - Not That I Recall (Ike Turner) Pop
B1 [02:19] 4.8.png The Ikettes - Peaches ‘n’ Cream (Steve Venet, Tommy Boyce) Soul
B2 [02:27] 5.0.png The Ikettes - Sally Go Round The Roses (Lona Stevens, Zelma Sanders) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B3 [02:44] 4.7.png The Ikettes - Don’t Feel Sorry For Me (Jimmy Beasley, Maxwell Davis, Joe Josea) Soul
B4 [02:38] 5.6.png The Ikettes - (He’s Gonna Be) Fine, Fine Fine (Steve Venet, Toni Wine, Tomm Boyce) Soul
B5 [02:43] 3.9.png The Ikettes - Nobody Loves Me (Ike Turner) Soul
B6 [02:41] 3.4.png The Ikettes - It’s Been So Long (Ike Turner) Soul
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