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The 14th Whitby Soul Weekender at Whitby Pavilion

July 4-6, 2014 with an unrivalled and Exclusive DJ line up:

Kev Roberts, Ginger Taylor, Richard Searling, Yocki, Mick H, Soul Sam, Sean Hampsey,

Nige Brown, John Poole, Andy Bellwood, Ozz, Chris Dalton, Snowy, Sean Chapman, Steve Woomble, Dennis Bradbury, Tony B, Dave Evison, Sam Evans, Phil Kingswood, Derek Mead, Stacie Stewart, John Barker, Finny and Guests to be added.

Main room; Northern Soul classics Downstairs; Modern Soul and Crossover Anthems- Marketplace; Chill out Soul gems hosted by Kings Hall Stoke(Windsor Suite's) Julie n John .

Tickets sell fast.....order today. One pass gets you into the Pavilion plus TWO other venues closeby playing Rare, Underplayed Soul. Enjoy this wonderful Whitby Soul Experience.

Your all areas pass entitles you to admittance at the Rifle Club. Fri/Sat 8-1, Sun 1-4. Hosted by Sheffield's Gary Smith playing Rare n Underplayed/Crossover with DJs Brett Franklin, Pat Bleasdale, Mark Etheridge and Guests. Plus at the Met Bar(Hosted by Terry Finn). 60's Wheel, Boogaloo, Ska, Latin etc with Sean Chapman, Andy Bellwood, Whitby Soul Club, Dick Crop and more!

From www.goldsoul.co.uk or call 01909-515150 (Goldsoul) or Whitby Pavilion Box Office 01947-458899

Agents include; Robs Records(Nottingham), Sarah Evison(Stoke), Steve Woomble(Hull), Phil Kingswood(Mansfield).

Running times; Friday 3-6pm, 9pm-3.30am, Saturday 2-6pm, 9pm-3.30am, Sunday 2pm-Midnight

' Gorgeous Town, Fantastic DJ line-up, 12 years of success, Wonderful crowd' YORKSHIRE's ORIGINAL SOUL WEEKENDER.

See us on Facebook 'Whitby Soul Weekender' Twitter @goldsoulupdate e- sales@goldsoul.co.uk

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SOLD

 

Will you be there Mr Tasker.  If so, look forward to catching up.

 

Cheers,

 

Jay

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yocky keep an eye out for greg from jersey theres a few of them over, and dont mention his 50th birthday he dont want everyone to no, lol :shhh:  :thumbsup: i wont tell anyone.

will do lol think he is comming over with martin is he 60 or 70 lol atb see you soon yocky

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Hi Folks,

 

Had a fabulous weekend in Whitby.  Great sounds in all 3 rooms and brilliant to meet up with faces that I have not seen for a while - John Cairns, John Jones, Eddie, Sean Tasker, Kev Roberts, Andy Bellwood & Denise, Terry Finn & Flo, John & Julie, Stacie Stewart, Sean Chapman, Mally, Simon, Jules, Steve, Steve Murphy and Yocky.

 

Here's my playlist from Friday night in The Market Place:

 

I'm So Glad - E. Jackie Hines (Cosmic)

Black Bottom Blues - King Coleman (Philips)

Stomach Ache - Junior Wells (Vanguard)

One More Time - The Clovers (Porwin)

Heavenly Love - Toni Harper (RCA Victor)

I Need Somebody - Emanuel Lasky (Thelma)

Mama Keep Your Big Mouth Shout - Bo Didley (Pye Int. Promo)

True Love - Little Johnny Taylor (Galaxy)

But I Couldn't - Willie Harper (Alon)

Tired Of Being Lonely - Sharpees (Quality)

I've Been Thinking - Jay Cee (There Was A Time Productions - Unreleased)

Carry On - Lisa Stansfield - Andy Lewis remix (Monkey Natra)

Grazing The Grass - Los Charly's Orchestra - (Imagenes)

All This Time - Lucinda Slim & The Lone Stars ((Melting Pot Music)

Mercy, Mercy Baby - Ray Barretto (Fania)

Do It To Me - Hector Rivera (Barry)

I Believe In Miracles - The Jackson Sisters (Prophesy)

Do It - Billy Sha Rae (Hour Glass)

Peepin' And Hidin' - Riff Ruffin (Duke - Promo)

Don't Lead Me On - Emanuel Laskey (Thelma)

I Finally Got Wise - Billy Keen (Galaxy - Promo)

You Just Cheat And Lie - Z Z Hill (Kent)

When Love Goes Wrong - Lou Rawls (Capitol)

I Don't Care (What The People Say) - Cookie Scott & The Chevelles (ORR)

 

Cheers Y'All

 

Jay Cee

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Well what a bag of crap!!! Got to go home now ... What a fantastic weekend, a big thank you to all who organised this weekend! Digs booked for next year only 362 sleeps to the next one! Bring it on!

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Totally agree with the above post. Fab week end, massive thank you to all behind the organisation of this venue, we too have got all booked and ready for 2015, also on the countdown 52 weeks sounds closer. K.t.f everyone 

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Great weekend at the Whitby Soul Experience spread over 3 venues —The Pavilion, the Met Bar Ballroom and Rifle Club.

Fab vibe throughout and well done all. Nice to see the big screens with cameras to the decks for ovo .

Always rather special as an opportunity to catch up with so many great , friendly and knowledgeable soulies from the length and breadth of the UK and judging by the accents,  a fair few from the continent . Musically great with something for everybody with a special mention to John & Julie H hosting the Market Place sessions , Terry & Flo Finn who curated the Met Bar Ballroom and Gary Smith , the Rifle Club and of course Kev and Snowy and their impressive band of helpers and support teams.

Only managed to venture over to The Rifle Club once with so much happening elsewhere . Mighty impressive, catching inspirational & sublime sets from Mark Etheridge and Steve Manion .

Bought a few records, sold a couple.

Record of the weekend for me ? Richard Darbyshire ’this I swear ‘ spun by Mick Perrins in the Market place.  

Wonderful hotel, found a new gem of a place to eat and the chance to do it all over again in September with the added bonus of Pat Lewis live.  

As for next year’s weekender, understand heading for an even earlier, 4 months in advance, sell out than this year.  http://www.goldsoul.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=52

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What a fantastic weekend full of fun like it used to be venue people music whitby promoters  1110 brilliant even 2 parking tickets 1 broken record {my fault and beer lol) half a ton of seagal S**t on bonnet could not spoil this weekend hit all the spots mandy danced her legs off market place was unbelievable highlite for me gingers spot sunday night sat there with mouth open FANTASTIC 11 o clock came sunday dint want to go home but sea legs kicked in so it was home time a very very happy chappie this is what lifes about no bolliticks just fun fun fun thanks for having us take care keep loving and souling atb the yockmiester and mandy 

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Cracking Trading weekender for us , not so much the sales but the music and the people . Yocky  nice to see your heartfelt set in the marketplace . paul

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Just about recovered from the Whitby Soul Weekend.  Had a great time meeting up with friends old and new and enjoying their company whilst listening to some fabulous sounds.  Many thanks to all the promoters for another well organised event - Whitby never fails to deliver on all fronts. The highlight of the weekend for us was Sunday 5.55pm in the Market Place.  YOCKY, having played a lovely set, finished off with his all time favourite record - LOUIS ARMSTRONG - WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD.  Everyone in the Market Place swaying along brought tears to Yocky's eyes (and a few others!).  You had to be there, brilliant. Yocky, we love ya to bits. 

                                        Mick & Bet Perrins

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....'The highlight of the weekend for us was Sunday 5.55pm in the Market Place.  YOCKY, having played a lovely set, finished off with his all time favourite record - LOUIS ARMSTRONG - WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD.  Everyone in the Market Place swaying along brought tears to Yocky's eyes (and a few others!).  You had to be there, brilliant. Yocky,...' 

 

Inspirational - would have brought tears to my eyes as well-was also my Father's favorite record , a massive jazz collector & fan, specially Satchmo. 

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Wow What a great weekend thanks to everyone who was in the Modern room Friday & Saturday it was Buzzing, WE SURE DID DANCE DANCE DANCE!!   Thanks to Julie & John for asking me to spin some tune Saturday afternoon  in the Market Place with my soul sisters  we had a Ball ... The Market place has it's own vibe to the weekend ..

Big Thanks to Snowy, Kev & Sam Roberts for all your hard work over the year ..  PLUS ALL THE DJ'S OVER THE WEEKEND ... can't wait for next year bring it on !!!!!!!!!!! 

 

Soulfun & Love Sam xxx

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agree with above, missed fri, was suprised when i turned out sat night that bar was not to bad, dance floor canny full but not rammed, so, yes was good,,,,,had an hour in modern , danced to backstabbers,,, 7 min long !!!!!!! not sure which mix it was,,,,,sun neet,, mmmmmmm,,,,,, bar queues met in walkthrough !! not good, even bought pop at cafe rather than wait 30 mins,,,,,  on sat had small bottle bar open and lots of bar staff, sun total ( dare i say,,, disgrace ) no go area,,,,,iwe all know these weekends are great, but always spoilt by bar q,,,,,,,,,apart from that small winge,,, will be back next year for 3 nights,,,,,,pity i missed yoki in market place,,,,,

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