Tan Geers :: What’s the Use of Me Trying :: Northern Soul Monday

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Tan Geers :: What’s the Use of Me Trying :: Northern Soul Monday

“My love is no more.
My love is no more.

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In this New Installment of The Best of Northern Soul Music Monday we bring you a Northern Soul Stomper  from Okeh Records – Tan Geers’ “What’s the Use of Me Trying”. This Northern Soul Classic will have you up and dancing, and hitting replay, over and over again. One listen will never be enough of this Quintessential Northern Soul Number. You will want to keep spinning it.

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“What’s the Use of Me Trying” was part of a 2-Sided Stunning Stomper of a 45″ from Okeh Records with “Let My Heart & Soul Be Free” on the Flip Side, both songs from Tan Geers. Both sides were arranged by Nick Barker, and produced by Bollon & Plato. The Single was released in 1968.

There is not a lot available information on Tan Geers, so I will let the Music speak (and Sing) for itself.

Here is the Flipside of this Best of Northern Soul Track:

“Let My Heart & Soul Be Free”

“What’s the Use of Me Trying” marks our 5th Installment of the Best Northern Soul Music Monday. I hope you enjoyed Both Sides giving you Two for One for this week’s Best of Northern Soul Music Monday. Be sure to check back every Monday for more of the Best Northern Soul Music and start your Mondays out right.

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