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MORLEY SUNDAY SOUL SESSION - MORLEY

  

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MORLEY SUNDAY SOUL SESSION Details

4TH SEPTEMBER THE 3RD OF OUR SUMMER SOUL SESSIONS . 2-6PM . PLUS BURGERS/HOT DOGS AGAIN ; ) NICE BEER GARDEN IF WEATHER GOOD . DANCEFLOOR . ALL OPENDECKS .

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HOT PICK NO. 2 AUGUST

SWEEP OUT THE SHED TOBI LARK

THIS RECORD HAS GROWN ON ME , HAVE HEARD IT A FEW TIMES NOW PLAYED BY Andy Carling .

Tobi Lark (born 1941) is an American-born Canadian soul and gospel singer, who also recorded under the names Bessie Watson and Tobi Legend. She had a top 40 hit in 1970 in Canada with "We're All In This Together", but elsewhere her best known record is "Time Will Pass You By", regarded as a classic of Northern soul, which she recorded in 1968 under the name of Tobi Legend.
Newspaper columnist Laura Barton, of The Guardian, has compared the record to a Shakespeare sonnet:[4]

"It...is simply a song about seeing the preciousness of life, about trying to live our lives better and brighter. Its verses cut a melancholy figure, its opening lines reflecting on the steady turn of the world: "Passing seasons ever fade away/ Into misty clouds of autumn grey/ As I sit here looking at the street/ Little figures, quickly moving feet." And then in zaps the chorus, a remonstration of sorts, or a call to arms: "Life is just a precious minute baby," it yells. "Open up your eyes and see it baby/ Give yourself a better chance/ Because time will pass you/ Right on by." Like many pop songs, there's something of the sonnet about Time Will Pass You By; it's there in the song's intention of course, but there is something about Legend's track that has always reminded me specifically of Shakespeare's Sonnet 60. Legend's second verse, "I'm just a pebble on the beach and I sit and wonder why/ Little people running around/ Never knowing why," for example, seems to echo Shakespeare's lines: "Like as the waves make towards the pebbled shore/ So do our minutes hasten to their end;/ Each changing place with that which goes before,/ In sequent toil all forwards do contend.""

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2PM - 6PM    GET YOUR NAME ON THE BOARD EARLY       PLAYED AT THE LAST MORLEY      

 

 

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GREAT DAY AT MORLEY .
SOME EXCELLENT VARIED MUSIC TODAY , NEW PEOPLE AND NEW DJS .
HERES TODAYS DJ LIST ...

STEVE C
Colin Beveridge
DIANE L
Roger Clark
Ian Smith
David O'neill
MARK WALSH

FIRST TIME AT MORLEY FOR DAVE ONEILL . WHAT A GREAT JOB HE DID. A NICE VARIETY OF NEW & OLD

FIRST TIME BEHIND THE DECKS FOR MARK WALSH , HE DID REALLY WELL AND PLAYED SOME GREAT STUFF. 
THANKS EVERYONE WHO CAME ALONG .
NEXT MORLEY 2ND OCTOBER

TODAYS HOT PICKS TO FOLLOW

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just to say thank you to everyone who was there ,a lovely afternoon in the company of  some very  interesting  soulies who are into no frills politics or ego tripping ,just there to enjoy a few hours of listening to soul music .such a pleasure for me to play a set for them and thank you for your feedback ,nice to be appreciated .see you all again soon.

 

tara for now 

 

Dave O'Neill

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Lovely day indeed very chilled out n different music played and nice to hear.

Thanks to Di for the help behind the deck !! 

Hope to see ya all soon out n about

Mark

 

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