For those who haven’t checked out The Hideaway yet, the club is now firmly established in Manchester as the place to hear truly authentic "Mod" sounds.
DJ's on Saturday (29 March) included regulars Neil Henderson, Mike Warburton and Paul Welsby , plus guest spinners –Mark Ellis and Dennis. They played some great 60’s soul and RnB (Mike throwing in a little ska / bluebeat for good measure) to an eclectic and incredibly friendly crowd (namely mods, soulies, and the odd rockabilly... hi Vince!).
If you like your RnB deep and your beer cheap, I couldn’t recommend a better place to go.
HIDEAWAY CLUB PLAYLIST – Saturday 29 March 2003
Little Willie John – Don’t Play With Love (King)
Miss Lavell – Stop These Teardrops (Duke)
Billy Bland – All I Wanna Do Is Cry (Old Town)
Mitty Collier – Don’t Let Her Take My Baby (Chess)
Lillian Offett – Miss You So (Excello)
Jean Dushon – Feeling Good (Cadet)
Mel Torme – Comin’ Home Baby (London UK)..Mod classic!
The Wanderers – I Know (U. Artists)...Ray Pollard on vocal before going solo.
The Blues Busters – Lost My Baby (Starlite UK)
Jimmy Cliff – One Eyed Jacks (Island UK)
Sam & Dave – You Aint No Big Thing Baby (Roulette)..different take to their UK King release.
Lamont Dozier – Dearest One (Melo-dy).. super rare early sound
Trini Lopez – The Search Goes On (King)
Dick Jordan – I Want Her Back (Piccadilly UK)...current Hideaway monster sound.
Wade Flemons – Watch Over Her (Vee Jay)
Mack Starr & The Mellows – Ohh My Love (Cub)
Five Royals – I’m Standing In The Shadows (Todd)
The Vonns – So Many Days (King)
Moss Tolbert – Money In My Pocket (Vee Jay)
Johnny Wells – Lonely Moon (Astor)
Titus Turner – Hungary Man (Atlantic)
Tiny Topsy – Miss You So (Federal)
Larry Trider – Carbon Copy (Coral)
Roy Hamilton – Earthquake (Epic)
Baby Jean – Ohh Johnny (Stacey)...same track as Lillian Offett – faster version.
Willie Jones - Where’s My Money (Mr. Peacock)...current biggie – Roger Banks spin
Barbara Dane – I’m On My Way (3 Trey)
The Yeomans – Lucky (Heidi)...current Hideaway monster sound.
And finally, Brenda Lee's "He's Sure to Remember Me" was the ballad of
PS: AND THANKS to Neil for providing me with the play list . Couldn't remember them all with the amount of Gin I consumed....
orig posted in forums but posted in reviews section in a half hearted attempt to be organised