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ATTERCLIFFE LIBERAL CLUB

NORTHERN SOUL & MOTOWN NIGHTS

ACROSS THE BOARD SOUL POLICY

''100%vinyl''

WITH DJ'S ON THE NIGHT

''BRINNY'' MICK LAIT

MICKY CLEMENTS

NIGEL,,,FROM THE TWISTED STEEL SOUL NIGHTS helping out this month

and ''MR KGB BARRY HOLLAND will be down spinning some tune's 10pm till 11pm

ONLY £2 ON THE DOOR ALL NIGHT

LATE BAR,, 1.15 LAST ORDERS,,,,DANCE FLOOR,,,SIDE ROAD PARKING,

this is a nice little old school venue, with that old youth club feet to it

playing classic northern soul , tamla motown, smooth 70s soul ,, R'n'B,, -

and a touch of modern soul,, ***not forgetting the old youth club spins***,

all' dance floor friendly for a great nite of soul, and request played if we have them!!!

STARTS 8pm TILL 1.30am

more info,, 07756098660 mick

please note no entry to the club after 11pm

no club membership required on this night

we are on the 69 bus route, just up from don vally stadium ''the home of rotherham united f c,

and just 'down' from the well known zeenat curry restaurant on attercliffe,

hope you give us a try sometime GOING BACK2BASICS ON THE SOUL SCENE,,,, K,T,F

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IF YOUR NOT AT BUTLINS WEEKENDER ON THIS WEEKEND, COME AND HAVE A NIGHT WITH US AT THE LIBS.

TOP DJ'S ON THE NIGHT AND TOP OLD SCHOOL DANCE FLOOR FRIENDLY MUSIC.

BRINNY MICK

MICKY CLEMENTS

NIGEL TWISTED STEEL

BARRY HOLLAND KGB

this club realy takes you back in time, to the youth club style night of soul,

nice pint aswell, fosters,, carling,, stones and other beers,

AND ONLY £2 ON THE DOOR, for two quid and 8 till 1.30am thats value for your money,

hope you can make it one night, it just keeps on burning,

p.s jarvo is at butlins on this weekend,

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Will be another great night of soul music I'm sure. A few girls coming from work, looking forwards to it, can't wait! Aieee!

KTF

Mickey

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Hi you lot cant wait till the next LIBS should see you all down at the Vic Soul Club saturday nite,

if not then the SOS club @ The Bess on sunday

Nigel Elaine KTF

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yep looking forward to this myself, and now we have competition from the big boys who have decided to one on our night,

but never mind we will still have our door at £2 all night, and request played IF WE HAVE THEM,

we will battle on.

keeping the faith,, BACK2BASICS SOUL NIGHTS OUT,

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We'll have a great night Mick playing those quality soul tunes, the people who have been coming in the last few months have enjoyed themselves, yes its a small club, but with a lot of soul, a definite sense of togetherness with a family atmosphere. Back2Basics is a philosophy, a thinking, not done for profit but for love of the music amongst like minded friends. I went last year and got hooked, this is the way I open the 1st Friday of my soul month... wouldn't go anywhere else....its a good night with open minded soulies...give it a try

KEEP THE FAITH!

Mick

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yep mick, looking forward to this all again, full house last month so heres hopeing for that again,

i know some of the crowd are at butlins so a little more room on the dance floor me thinks ,

had quite a few from victory club asking, so may pull them down feb'..

to the one's asking ''where did the name brinny mick come from'' well its an old football name i picked up after hanging the boots up,

and i used to turn out for a couple of teams that was short on a sunday, and they used to say ''lets knock brinny mick up''

no mobiles in them days ,,, it was a pebble at the window, lol

any way, hope you all give this club your support, like many clubs it needs it , and at only £2 on the door itS great value for a fantastic night of across the board NORTHERN SOUL & MOTOWN NIGHTS

KTF ALL,

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Often wondered where those silky skills and nifty footwork on the floor came from. Takes me back to my footballing days at Cambridge. Soul music nights preceded the next morning's league game, usually kicking lumps out of each other, often mistiming tackles depending on the severity of our hangovers.Maybe we could organise a soul club inter league, original boots only. Sees you later at Bessie.

KTF

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ho yes, one of the best right backs in rotherham, made england squad in my dreams one night, lol,

that would be funny a northern soul footie league, play to the music lad, thats the team talk!

i was in the saturday league quite a good one to be in no lump kickers in that one,

just turned out sundays as unregistered player back then,

i think my old puma kings have mice nesting in them now in the shed, ,

ktf all see you all friday.

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Looking forward to friday after the great turn-out last month. Going to sort out some uptempo classic northern soul.

Don't put my name down for the footie team, I think I've got enough health issues without any football related ones as well (LOL).

I'll be left back (in the dressing room).

See you all friday, Barry, KGB, KTF.

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Hi loved your spot at the victory on saturday,will see you friday to drop the gear off just before seven-ish

nigel

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cheers nigel, if i could remember what i spun ide put a play list up, after 3 pints my heads gone LOL,

spun a few old 70s mecca and some from my days at clifton hall

cheryl burdell / giving all to you ,then true image / im not over you yet,and ,the lost family / you blew my mind,,,got the floor going for me,,

ill ring you thurs, to make sure all is ok, then see you at 7 at the libs,,,ktf mate

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Hi all at the Libs, well just been sorting out some tunes for tonight, really looking forward to it, been to this venue many times aways have a great night, great music,good sound & no talc police!

Nigel & Elaine

Twisted Steel Soul Nites

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yep nige' , just packing the record up for tonite,

hope we get a good crowd like last month, talc got everywhere,, lot of dancers that night.

i know a few have gone to skeggy, and you never know may get a few from up the road coming down to make up for the skeggy lot,

only £2 on our door

anyway bring your talk no telling you off for that here,

ktf mick & jacki,

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I WOULD LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE WHO GIVE US YOUR SUPPORT LAST NIGHT AT THIS OLD SCHOOL VENUE,

to all the dj's on the night

8 till 9 spot

mick lait '' just mid tempo warm up hour,

9 till 10 spot

micky clements ''played some old school club spins and classic northern ,,thanks micky,

10 till 11 spot

barry holland ''played a classic soul spot 'some great oldies as always, its great to have the best dj around ,,cheers barry,

11 till 12 spot

nigel filmer ''fantastic dancers spot, got the flooor to its max''.. and for the behind the scene work, thank you mate , owe you one.

12 till 1.30 spot

mick lait 'well let you all be the judge of this spot!!!,,

AND SPECIAL THANKS TO YOU FOR A FANTASTIC SUPPORT FOR THIS NIGHT,

hope you all enjoyed it,,

SEE YOU ALL ATTHE KGB, BARR ABBEY, next saturday, where ill be spinning some under & overplayed oldies.. with jarvo

and resident barry holland,,, not been here since the 70's got a couple of old kgb spins lined up for this night,

see you all soon have a great weekend all keep on keeping on, mick & jacki,,BACK2BASICS SOUL NIGHTS

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just like to thank you for a great night, love this venue, and really enjoyed doing a spot for you on the decks, you had a good turn out last to say skeggy was on ! see you at the KGB next saturday!

Nigel & Elaine KTF

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Could only stay for an hour and a half due to a prior engagement, but what I did see and hear impressed me immensely.

Great music by Mick and Mickey, and a warm friendly little club, plus an extremely good turnout given what was also on last night.

I love these little clubs on the Cliffe and down Darnall, take me right back - my family are from down there going right back to the 1890's, its in mi blood.

Super night - dont miss it, I'll be back.

See yer, :thumbsup:

Chris Brooke

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Spot on Chris, glad to see you here at last! Another top night of music and people. I thought Mick Lait was simply outstanding in his choices, mixing up 60's Northern and 70's Modern, you played some fab stuff, much of which I did'nt know. Barry (KGB) another eclectic set, pretty sure Paul Anka and Tom Jones were in there old faves, Nigel Filmer keeps wowing the crowd with his talent- always keeping them burning up the dance floor, and boy-did you sound good on that mike! Also many thank Nigel for your hard work and dedication - setting up the sound system for us as Jarvo and Ang were off away this week-end.

Given the fact that the Butlins soul week-end was on, as well as Davey's (hope you lot had good numbers too as well guys)-I thought our turn out of regulars and newies was remarkable, seeing everyone on the floor enjoying it makes it our day....the club-room for me looks small when its empty at the start of the night, but seems to get bigger once people come in and start dancing (did I have too much to drink again?!)

Massive praise and respect to Roger, Charlie and the Victory Crew, Russ, Nigel and Elaine, Rachel, Sharon and partners, Ian (top dancer), Chris Brooke, Maureen and Alyn, Alan Wright, the lovely Liz and everyone else for continuing to support back2basics...a cheap night, nice people who gell together cheap beer, late bar, varied sounds, top landlords...just a fantastic night! Please give it a try if not been before.

Peace, love and soulful sounds.

See you all at KGB next Saturday-ATB and KTF

Mickey

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Ditto to everything that's allready been said. Got that feeling early on there wasn't going to be many turn up but was I surprised. Really chuffed for the guys for the hard work put in, keep it up, great stuff. Thanks to the dancers, you make my job that bit easier when you're up for a good night, will be back soon, see you all next week, Barry, KGB, KTF.

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Well once again the Attercliffe Liberal Club pulls it off,although the numbers may have been down on last month record turn out (might i add through clashes of events taking place on the same night and not through a lack of quality by the Back'2'Basics team) At the moment i'm going through "Soul Overload" so i'm picking and choosing my nights but without a doubt this event is in the section of the can't miss (as my time of arrival last night would go to prove this)

At the risk of doing a full lengh dissertation, the Back'2'Basics philosophy of quality spins with the "Youth Club" feel seems to be a welcome addition to the many events on offer, the word classic may be somewhat overused in some circles but on the music policy at the Atterclife Liberal Club this word is more than apt.For the lovers of undiscoverd and rare soul the play list might be a little lacking the only two known copies of Blind Boy Billy Preacher's Cajun Blues cross-over recording Of "Are You From Dixie" on Ku Klux Klan records form 1962 will not be getting a turntable outing but you could well hear John Miles on Orange from 1973 (and Blind Boy Billy Preacher record doesn't really exist, but you get the idea)

Another big thank you to all the DJ's for giving four great spots, Mickey "Clem" Clements who once again worked perhaps the hardest slot on any bill and helped paved the way for the boys who followed later, some great tunes you played out there and this months wild card spin was Tony Christie's "Avenues and Alleyways" was it soul, was it a beat ballard, was it none of the above? i'll leave it to you to decide, but catchy without a doubt and "Sleep like a baby, my little lady, Dream till the sunrise creeps" ... had the foot tappers approval.

As for the other boys, Barry Holland played a steady set of old Northern favorites with a strong Motown bias, and just a sprinkle of blue eyed soul thrown in for good measure, Nigel Filmer followed on and again gave the dance floor what they wanted this too was very much an old time set and was a great mixture of oldies and 70's sounds, Nigel must also get a mention for supplying the sound equipment for the night in the absence of resident house DJ Jarvo a great and kind gesture.The only person left to mention is Brinny Mick, who can be sumed up as "Mr Reliable" never affraid to play a request or repeat a previously played record kept the dancefloor moving till the very end, a great job by all.

Well only one more thing to say is to thank everyone that came on a bitterly cold night, and once again made this event yet another success, i shall see you all in March.

Russ

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