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SOUL AT THE PIE HALL

(TWILIGHT SOUL CLUB)

14th December 2012

DENBY DALE PIE HALL

297 Wakefield Road,

Denby Dale,

Huddersfield,

West Yorkshire HD8 8RX

7.00 - midnight

This event is generally on the 1st Friday but for December it will be on the 2nd Friday.

ACROSS THE BOARD NORTHERN SOUL

100% ORIGINAL VINYL ONLY

Resident DJ'S

JIM KENNY, DAVE WALLER AND BRIAN CROSSLAND

GUEST DJ FOR DECEMBER

DEREK GREENHOFF

(Barnsley Metrodome, Trades Club, Kingstone)

£4.00 Door Tax

More Info:

Jim 07825 991 478


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were realy looking forward to friday.

great venue ..well run..good bar. nice dancefloor.

friendly people ..great music.

what more could we ask for.

see you all friday.

shirl..(the good brandy sister..) x

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were realy looking forward to friday.

great venue ..well run..good bar. nice dancefloor.

friendly people ..great music.

what more could we ask for.

see you all friday.

shirl..(the good brandy sister..) x

HOPE THE BRANDYS IN STOCK

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Something very special happened last night, it was of course the Twilight Soul Club's Christmas party. There was a fully lit Christmas tree in the corner, complimentary choc sweets on the table and (for the lucky ones) a few festive cub cakes. Tonight was a night that we went all out to have a Soul party to remember!

Our open-decks DJ's kicked the night off in style and Andy Wagner played the early set which left some of the early birds open mouthed with the quality and diversity of his set list. Were were very slightly late setting up this month and, during this time, there was already a large group of Soulies up and dancing. Grahame Johnson took over the next session with quite a bit to live up to. Well, by the time he had played a brace of 45's we became well aware that everyone was stepping up their game by at least a couple of notches.

The resident DJ's stepped up to those trusty 1210's with sets that visited the many clubs of those Northern Soul pioneers. In fact, I honestly do not remember a time during the night when it was particularly easy to find a dance space on the floor. I had to nip myself on occasions as the tracks just got bigger and better!! Thirsty work is this dancing lark and the bar staff were almost in tears as they were worked like dogs throughout the night.

By 10pm were were running at almost full capacity and then it happened ..... Derek Greenhoff (or guest) hit the decks at 100mph!! The quality of his Soul music was just sublime and the dance-floor was rammed for 60 whole minutes of pure Northern Soul heaven. Derek Greenhoff, we salute you!!!!

There was still another 2 hours of Soul to go by the time Derek had finished so myself, Brian Crossland and David Waller took the night up to the midnight hour. The dance-floor remained busy and, looking back, it was shameful that we had to turn all the lights on and call to an end a party that was still in full swing.

I could go on and on but in all honesty you had to be there to appreciate the electric atmosphere. This was our most well attended and successful Soul night at the Pie Hall and I hope that all who attended had the same superb night that you appeared to be having. My wife said that you can tell if it has been a good night at the Pie Hall because the windows steam up. Believe me, they were dripping wet through!! :-)

Finally, thanks to the two Jills on the doors - Jill Adams Kenny and Jill Crossland who offer such a warm welcome to our Soulies every month.

OVO? Yes of course!!

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