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Gt Moor Con Club Stockport Fri 22 Feb Review


Thanks to Steve Foran, as have for you his view on last Fridays nite at Great Moor Club in Stockport.

Orignally posted on Soul-Talk email list

Just thought I would post a listing of our soul night last night. Fri 22 Feb.

The evening was not like our usual nights. In Stockport we have lost two soulies recently. Firstly Nick Stamp died tragically on Christmas Day. Nick was a really nice lad, 38 with a family. Married into an extended soul family and a keen scooter fan. It was the first time we had chance to remember Nick as our soul night is every other month. Our extended feelings go to Nicks family and all his friends. The second departee was only last week and the funeral was on the 22nd. A lot of the party called in to our night. Joe Burns was older than me , I think he was 48. Joe was one of the most colourful soul lads around Stockport and every one knew him. In many repects our night was their night. Our thoughts are with Joes family and friends.

Gt Moor Con Club started when Alan Pollard and myself Steve Foran managed to obtain the club function room for soul nights. The committee were not very happy at first due to the 70s perception of NS, kids and drugs and staying up all night etc etc.We are now nearly at our 2nd Annivesary and the bar takings are around £1700 per night. They want us to go weekly!!!!

We try to mix up the sounds and try to break newer tunes. Last night was a little different,

We split the night into 45mins, 30, 30, 45 mins. Hour long guest spot by Les Hare and the last hour was a deck each for Alan and myself.

The tunes from Alan and myself over the night, in no particular order...

Van Dykes, Tobi Legend for Joe Burns.

Alt takes of Just Walk in my shoes G Knight

" " Do I love you F Wilson

This love is real J Wilson

Running the street Brunswicks C/U

It happens every time B McNair

Need you like a baby A Henry

Thats not love Holly St James

Our love and Please let me in JJ Barnes

Laws of love Volcanoes

Shes putting you on United 4

Little misunderstanding Contours

Baby dont you weep WEdward Hamilton

This gets to me Pookie Hudson

On the real side Larry Saunders

Getting used to the blues Bobby Bland

The Drifter Ray Pollard

Too many people Bobby Goldsboro ( Totally filled the floor)

Soft Walking Freddie Houston

Ill always love you The Spinners

Shake me wake me 4 Tops

Ill be doggone Marvin Gaye

Ill always need you Dean Courtney for Nick Stamp

I dont like to lose Cecil Washington

7 day lover James Fountain

You didnt say a word Yvonne Baker

Cool off Detroit Execs

Keep on running away BitnPieces

Hear, Speak, See no evil Platters

Ill pay the price Moses Dillard

Go for youself Larry Laster

Candy in the sand Paul Sindab

Nothing can help you now Lenny Curtis

Your love was so wonderful Sonny Allen

Lonely too long Sandpipers

Sweetest thing Channel 3

Case of too much love making Gloria Scott

Hurt on the other side Sid Barnes

Thumb a ride Earl Wright

Countdown Tempos

Bygones Bull

I go to pieces Gerri Grainger

7 day fool Etta James

Dont Pretend Belles

Thanks for a little lovin Trends and Dave Flynn

Pressure Drizabone

I gotta find a way to get you back Tammi Terrell

Cant you hear the children calling Bobby Womack

Closer to the source Camelle Hinds

Color him father OC Smith

Come get to this Marvin Gaye

Just ask me Bobby Thurston.

Les played a great spot but I was on the door for most of his spot. Missing it, so I could not do him justice.

Thanks to every one on the list who supported us once again. I enjoyed it I hope you did.

Regards Steve Foran

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