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  1. A tremendous batch of rare 45s -- chosen with no clear affiliation to any label or producer, but just because the music is great! The overall sound is deep soul, with a touch of funk -- down and dirty numbers that rock and groove with hard-hitting indie production, raw instrumentation, and vocals!/5(3).
  2. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Various Artists - These Arms Of Mine: 20 Soul Ballads at the best online prices at eBay! Free delivery for many products!
  3. These arms of mine They are burning, burning from wanting you These arms of mine They are wanting, wanting to hold you And if you would let them hold you Oh, how grateful I will be Come on, come on baby Just be my little woman, just be my lover I need me somebody, somebody to treat me right I need your loving arms, Loving arms to hold me tight.
  4. Soul Gems are naturally-occurring magic stones that house the souls of the dead. Used for enchanting weapons and armor at an arcane enchanter or for recharging previously enchanted weapons, soul gems come in various sizes and strengths: petty, lesser, common, greater, grand and black. Capturing souls in soul gems is typically done with the Soul Trap spell of the Conjuration school of Magicka.
  5. Various Artists (London American) CD £ She Came From Liverpool! Merseyside Girl-Pop Girls. Various Artists (Beat Girls) CD £ She Wrote It, I Read It B/W Fall In These Arms Of Mine. Deep Soul. Various Artists (Dave Godin) 7" £
  6. Northern Soul's Classiest Rarities / Various VARIOUS ARTISTS. out of 5 stars Audio CD. $ Northern Soul's Classiest Rarities, Vol. 2 VARIOUS ARTISTS. out of 5 stars Audio CD. $ Make Mine Mondo / Various VARIOUS ARTISTS I would recommend this CD to all Northern Soul people as it lives up to it's title 'Northern /5(14).
  7. None of the 45s collected on Soul Gems was more than a regional hit, but these rare independent productions have a raw, driving sound that is well worth checking out, particularly for fans of hard soul. Highlights include "The Skunk (Pt. 1 & 2)" by the Dynatones, "Charles' Shing a Ling" by Charles Hodges, and Chevrone Scott's "I'm Moving On."Also noteworthy are "Baby, Don't Do It" (not the.
  8. The Infinity Gems (originally referred to as Soul Gems and later as Infinity Stones) are six gems appearing in Marvel Comics. The six gems are the Mind, Power, Reality, Soul, Space, and Time Gems. (Some later storylines, crossovers and other media feature a seventh of some sort.) The Gems have been used by various characters in the Marvel Universe.

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