- True Love Will Go A Mighty Long Way
- If It’S Love (It’S Alright)
- What About Me
- It’S Not Too Late
- If Cleopatra Took A Chance
- Take A Chance On Me
- Last Night I Had A Vision
- A Little Bit Of Lovin’
- Gotta Have Your Love
- Everybody’S Going
- Why Do You Want To Let Me Go
- It Moves Me
- The Last Laugh
- (Where’S The Joy?) In Nature Boy
- Little Miss Ruby
- You (You You You You)
- Just A Few More Days
- Leaving Here
- Baby Shake
- Because I Love Her
- You Deserve What You Got
- Magic Mirror
24 BIT DIGITALLY REMASTERED, ORIGINAL RECORDINGS, 16-PAGE BOOKLET, RARE PHOTOS, VINTAGE MEMORABILIA, DETAILED LINER
LONG UNAVAILABLE! This quintessential release presents Holland’s magnificent first and only LP, the self-titled Eddie Holland, originally released by
Motown in 1962 and long unavailable on any format. It’s one of the finest lost treasures of early Detroit soul, and gives ample proof of Eddie’s formidable skills
as a performer. In addition to the original album, this remastered collector’s item also contains 15 bonus tracks, including a bunch of hard-to-find sides from
the same period, which were issued on different labels like Mercury, United Artists, Tamla and, of course, Motown.
EDDIE HOLLAND, lead vocals, plus:
The Funk Brothers, probable personnel: Joe Hunter (band leader and piano), Eddie Willis, Robert White (guitar), James Jamerson (bass), Earl Van Dyke
(organ), William “Benny” Benjamin or Richard “Pistol” Allen (drums), Norris Patterson (saxophone), Herbie W illiams or Russell Conway (trumpet), Paul Riser
(trombone), among others. Further personnel information is detailed inside booklet.
Recorded at Hitsville USA Studio, Detroit, Michigan, between 1961 and 1962.
Original recordings produced by William Stevenson, Brian Holland, and Andre Williams.