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K.S.C. (Kellingley Soul Club)

Presents

Northern Soul & Motown Nite

@

The Kellingley Social Club

Marine Villa Road

Knottingley

WF11 8ER

On

Friday 18th October 2013 8.00pm — 1.00am

Resident DJ’s: Toc, Dave, Tony, plus Guest DJ Jonah

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Admission £3

For further info: Contact Toc: 07976382342 or Tony: 07882716405

Free Car Park : Great Bar Prices : Ample Seating

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Pumped up for this one already after yesterdays brilliant and well attended all dayer.

 

This months guest dj is the well respected  "Jonah"  who always puts on a great spot. 

 

Its Tenerife for me on thurs for a much needed break after all the stress TOC gives me LOL

Just back in time for this one hopefully see you at this one.

 

If youve not been before what you waiting for, if you like your oldies ( after all we do have 30 years worth to go at ) give us a try.

 

        See you soon        Tony

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Two regulars(front left hand side of stage) of old Manifesto,always used to bring some young kids with them who have followed in their parents love of the scene. Both son and future son in law DJ's and mighty fine dancers in their own right. Let em have it Jonah!

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Nearly there now , hope tony hasn't had too much sun , if so his face will resemble a baboons ?? Only one guess only please , ha ha really looking forward to it , old friends and new , our music theory is to give peeps wot they want but to also use our knowledge and keep the floor busy , simple really , ha , so looking forward to our guest d js Jonah and Dave laybourne and our house d js little Dave , red face tony , grumpy stu and unfortunately me !! Never mind eh , it will be a great nite anyway , c u all tomoz , Chou toc

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have a great nite lads and lasses,wish i could be there with you all,but other commitments make it impossible,hope this is the last time i have to miss it keep up the good work always a great nite,cheers sammy

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JOOOONAAAAAHHHHH!!!!x Bu**er.....would lov'd to have come and annoyed him at the deck to have attracted a slap from Mandy....HAPPY DAYS back at Hollinwood....hehe!!x Have a SUPER night all....and i'm thinking of you!x

 

LUV

SOOTY

X

 

....spin 1 for Dave for us Jonah......RIP....X

 

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Here's the pic I promised you Jonah/Mandy..!x Blackpool...Kirkham December 1999...I was doing a private party...60's theme!! I invited Dave to come over...and we were supposed to be finished @ 2am....about the time we used to leave Hollinwood to go kick off Blackburn!!! At 3.30am....the Police came...400 'Yuppies' partying BIIIIG TIME...to 60's viyl from everywhere....so the boss of the firm moved the whole party out of the marquee....into the offices.....and we carried on....until 3pm in the Sunday afternoon!!!!x One of the best nights i;d shared with a mate behind the decks....and will remember it and Dave forever....X

It was the last time we did such a thing before his untimely death.....X Sorry I missed the funeral Jonah....and am glad to have heard your words on all our behalfs.....X Genuinky touched mate....and great to see you both after all them years....X 

 

LUV
SOOTY
X

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First visit to to my home town monthly night since it's re-birth although have attended two of the three charity all-dayers they have had . A decent crowd in,music for all tastes, had plenty of sorties onto the dance floor with a change of clothing required and the vest appearing.Jonah's  spot complimented the resident DJ's,always a pleasure to be in the company of the Barnsley crowd and nice to meet the three from sunny Scunny. Lots of work been put in to recreating the halcyon days of the old Manifesto and credit to the organizers who continue to work towards that,legs aching this morning always a good sign of a good night. 

Some of your bonny faces are now in gallery ENJOY! Alan & One of the M & Ms (Mandy).  

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same for us dingles first time downstairs for us .

had a brilliant night though got to ask why the propensity to play covers when they are not nearly as good as the originals ,

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Another great night  and thanks to all who attended in making the nights what they are.

 

Thanks to jonah and dave for their spots both played stomping sets to an appreciative crowd.

Also thanks to the resident djs who also kept the dancefloor busy.

 

Once again numbers up which is great considering there were two other events on.

 

Looking forward to the next one now      Tony

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I appreciate your comments but as a record collector for over 45 years I find it perplexing.  When it comes to cover versions, if we take for example Judy Street  “What” she actually covered Tina Mason but “What” was originally written for Groucho Marxs Daughter Melinda Marx to launch  her signing career (it flopped).

 

Another classic - Keep on Talking, James Barnett and several other artists covered this but in fact it was first sung by Dan Penn so all the other versions are covers of Dan Penn

 

Blowing My Mind to Pieces by Bob Relf, Jimmy McFarland is the performer on the original tracks that Lou Barreto wrote and produced. So Bob Relf is the cover version. 

 

Back in the day and the constant quest for new sounds left no stone unturned.  For instance, The Velvelettes - These Things Will Keep Me Loving You, a great record from the days of the Wheel but considered to poppy for the all-nighter scene back in the 70s. A cover by the Blue Sharks surfaced, apparently the record was part of an Italian supermarket promotion and was supposedly a freebie to shoppers and then was played by Soul Sam in 76 at the Cleethorpes Winter Gardens nighter, giving a new lease of life to a great track.  It’s arguable which is the best version but personally, I prefer the Romey Carr’s cover.

 

Hope you find my few words interesting

 

Regards

 

Stewart

 

 

 

 

 

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Always find your words interesting Stewart, over the time ive known you you've opened my eyes to many things on the soul scene. Especially your knowledge of the music scene.

 

Lost track of the chats wev'e had talking about records and me thinking i have the original version because its the only version i knew, only to find it wasnt the original.

Still we all have our views to which is the best usually its the one we know and love bud but still nice to hear other versions as long as they stand up

 

                      Tony

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