(45 RPM 7'') The third 7'' volume in our 'North Portland Music Series'...two great soul songs by local legend Ural Thomas recorded in 1960. 'Push 'em Up' is an upbeat soul stomper for the dance floor. 'Deep Within My Heart' is a pretty ballad with tight harmonies & lots of groove. Ural is an under appreciated musician who toured opening for Otis Redding back in the day, had James Brown plagiarize his style, played in countless bands in Portland & Seattle, built a house out of debris salvaged from the Willamette river, mentored countless kids in the neighborhood, & probably wrestled an alligator or two. Proof that unsung heroes live right in our backyard. Housed in a thick old school 'tip on' sleeve.

(45 RPM 7'') The third 7'' volume in our 'North Portland Music Series'...two great soul songs by local legend Ural Thomas recorded in 1960. 'Push 'em Up' is an upbeat soul stomper for the dance floor. 'Deep Within My Heart' is a pretty ballad with tight harmonies & lots of groove. Ural is an under appreciated musician who toured opening for Otis Redding back in the day, had James Brown plagiarize his style, played in countless bands in Portland & Seattle, built a house out of debris salvaged from the Willamette river, mentored countless kids in the neighborhood, & probably wrestled an alligator or two. Proof that unsung heroes live right in our backyard. Housed in a thick old school 'tip on' sleeve.

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Push Em' Up/Deep Within My Heart [Vinyl Single]
Artist: Ural Thomas And The Pain
Format: Vinyl
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(45 RPM 7'') The third 7'' volume in our 'North Portland Music Series'...two great soul songs by local legend Ural Thomas recorded in 1960. 'Push 'em Up' is an upbeat soul stomper for the dance floor. 'Deep Within My Heart' is a pretty ballad with tight harmonies & lots of groove. Ural is an under appreciated musician who toured opening for Otis Redding back in the day, had James Brown plagiarize his style, played in countless bands in Portland & Seattle, built a house out of debris salvaged from the Willamette river, mentored countless kids in the neighborhood, & probably wrestled an alligator or two. Proof that unsung heroes live right in our backyard. Housed in a thick old school 'tip on' sleeve.