"Everybody let's dance" (1965) - This is the flip-side of "You can't hurt me no more" on Constellation label - Popcorn oldies.
Gene Chandler (Eugene Dixon) born in Chicago, on June 6th 1937. Singer and producer. He formed The Gaytones at school in 1955 and joined The Dukays in 1957. Almost immediately afterwards he served in U.S. Army in Germany. He rejoined The Dukays in 1960. From 1961 onwards Gene Chandler recorded as a solo artist. He put nineteen songs in the top forty, but he will always be known all over the world as The Duke of Earl, his first hit that topped the pop and R&B charts in 1962 and launched his career.

Funk / Soul / Soul

Marva Hicks
One Good Reason

Bonnie Bramlett
Good Vibrations

Pointer Sisters
Baby Come And Get It

The Temptations
You've Got My Soul On Fire

Ben E. King
Around The Corner (Come Potrei Dimenticarti)

Los 4 Crickets
Telegrafiando / Yo Crei

Curtis Mayfield
You Are, You Are

The Unifics
Court Of Love / The Beginning Of My End

Billy Paul
Only The Strong Survive / Everybody's Breakin' Up

Smokey Robinson
Greatest Hits Vol. 2

The Love Machine
Everybody Loves The Love Machine