Frank Wilson, who later became a minister, wrote or co-wrote the hits ‘Love Child’ for Diana Ross and the Supremes, ‘Chained’ for Marvin Gaye and ‘All I Need’ for the Temptations. But before all of those shenanigans, he recorded this Northern Soul belter. The story goes that after the recording, Motown’s Berry Gordy asked Wilson to concentrate on writing rather than singing. The record never saw the light of day, because Gordy destroyed all the promo copies, save one that surfaced in 1977. Hence the Holy Grail of rare Northern Soul came about. A second copy was discovered in 1990 and in 1996 the record was bought by Kenny Burrell for £15,000, making it the most expensive 7″ single ever.