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Culcheth With Carl Maria Willingham

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Culcheth With Carl Maria Willingham

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Type: Soul Night

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Start Time: 19:00 hrs

End Time: 1AM

Door Tax: £8.00

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CULCHETH - THE SPIRIT OF LOWTON

NORTHERN AND MODERN SOUL IN TWO ROOMS

ROOM 1 Northern, 60T’s, Floor Fillers and Crowd Pleasers, OVO Rare & Rarest of the Rare, Soulful R&B and More

BY POPULAR DEMAND THE RETURN OF SPECIAL GUEST DJ's

CARL AND MARIA WILLINGHAM

Plus BOB HINSLEY - KEV MURPHY - MICK HOWARD - SIMON INGHAM

ROOM 2  ‘So Soulful Saturday’s  70’s Thru To Nu 2022 Soul  Modern Soul, Rare Grooves - Memories of Lowton’s Modern Room & More

SPECIAL GUEST 'MODERN SOUL CLASSICS' MAIN MAN

STEVE WOOMBLE

PLUS STEVE PLUMB - BAZ MALEEDY -  BILL WILDMAN - PETE RATCLIFFE

Two Rooms, Superb Sound Systems In Both Rooms, Three Bars, Cheap Drinks, Free Parking

One Great Night Out!

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Big News from the CULCHETH Press Office!

Due to POPULAR DEMAND, from those who were there and those who missed it, we are delighted to announce that CARL and MARIA WILLINGHAM will be back at CULCHETH on SATURDAY AUGUST 6th for a return session in the main room, to follow on from the fantastic rare soul set they played on July 2nd!

CARL and MARIA will be joined by CULCHETH residents BOB HINSLEY, KEV MURPHY, SIMON INGHAM and ROBBO, spinning top quality 60’s and 70’s Northern, R&B and Rare Soul for you to enjoy.

NOT ONLY THAT but we also have the MODERN ROOM which this month features ‘MODERN SOUL CLASSICS’ main man STEVE WOOMBLE! Steve is joined by SO SOULFUL 70’s anchor STEVE PLUMB, LOWTON and PRESTWICH Modern Room stalwart BAZ MALEEDY, CASSINELLIS and NEWTON CRICKET CLUB resident BILL WILDMAN and NEW RELEASE SOULSTER, PETE RATCLIFFE. Featuring music from the 70’s, 80’s right through to today’s vinyl selections, this is a MODERN ROOM experience NOT TO BE MISSED…

So Soulful Saturday’s are here… ENJOY!

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Another instalment not to miss, all the reports about the July event were right so this will be the place to be in August for sure 👍

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Matching last month musically is the challenge so here's one possibility for the early doors crowd. Tony Mathews ~ My Wish,  quality from the off.

 

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Get there early doors for quality like this one from Grady Tate ~"Lady Love" just wonderfully uplifting.

Hear it on Culcheths main room sound system and it could blow your mind.  Jimmy Cobb here I come.

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12 hours ago, Jessie Pinkman said:

Matching last month musically is the challenge so here's one possibility for the early doors crowd. Tony Mathews ~ My Wish,  quality from the off.

 

WHOOOSHH, A Robbo FAVOURITE!

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Putting my 'Modern' hat on for a minute, one of our Modern Room regulars (Ged Lunt) has been dropping to to maximum effect

 

Crossover? Northern? Modern?....SOUL!

 

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9 minutes ago, Bazm said:

Putting my 'Modern' hat on for a minute, one of our Modern Room regulars (Ged Lunt) has been dropping to to maximum effect

 

Crossover? Northern? Modern?....SOUL!

 

Baz is Floyd Taylor related to Johnnie Taylor. Great version I must say

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24 minutes ago, Jessie Pinkman said:

Baz is Floyd Taylor related to Johnnie Taylor. Great version I must say

what Sir Bob says :thumbup:

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I'd better start dusting down the playbox for this one - no pressure at all following on from the last event HONESTLY!!!

Maybe ease into the set with a shuffler or 2???

 

 

 

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This seemed to hit the spot in July - something different never hurts (too much LOL) :thumbsup:

 

 

 

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Sacred Four's Funky Gospel Northern Soul dancefloor destroyer ready to be dropped August 4th. BOOOM

 

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12 hours ago, Eddiefoster said:

This seemed to hit the spot in July - something different never hurts (too much LOL) :thumbsup:

 

 

 

Both sides are brill.

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22 hours ago, Jessie Pinkman said:

Baz is Floyd Taylor related to Johnnie Taylor. Great version I must say

Son of Johnnie, and sounds just as good 👍

9 hours ago, Jessie Pinkman said:

Sacred Four's Funky Gospel Northern Soul dancefloor destroyer ready to be dropped August 4th. BOOOM

 

And again on August 6th 😉😃

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CD, original format or recent 45 release take your pick, sounding sooo goodin the Modern Room

 

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8 minutes ago, Bazm said:

Son of Johnnie, and sounds just as good 👍

And again on August 6th 😉😃

I told you I enjoyed last month I'll be there Thursday getting ready lol

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4 minutes ago, Jessie Pinkman said:

I told you I enjoyed last month I'll be there Thursday getting ready lol

I know you like an early spot Sir Bob but that's stretching it even for you 😂😂😂

Full marks for commitment though 😁💪

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I've never gotten around to flipping this side at Culcheth yet - maybe it'll be time on the 6th August??

 

 

 

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It's been quite a while since I stuck this on the turntable so a definite for the 6th. Does sticking it on the turntable make me sound slightly ancient.

Baz would call them the wheels of steel or something similar. Great record though by Sir Joe Quarterman "A guy for you"

 

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3 minutes ago, Jessie Pinkman said:

RIP Michael Henderson. I've loved this record for the last 46years

 

Every modern DJ's best friend. Absolutely wonderful.  Dancefloor gridlock guaranteed

 

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1 hour ago, Jessie Pinkman said:

RIP Michael Henderson. I've loved this record for the last 46years

 

The genius production of Norman Connors timeless classic 

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1 hour ago, Jessie Pinkman said:

Every modern DJ's best friend. Absolutely wonderful.  Dancefloor gridlock guaranteed

 

Sad news, another great artist and provider of many fantastic records for us to enjoy over the years...

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28 minutes ago, Bazm said:

Steve Woomble is guesting in the Modern Room on August 6th and I know he'll have tunes like this in his box...Qualideee

A MODERN SOUL CLASSIC

 

I remember Steve Woomble & Shaun Kearney's legendary Cleethorpes Sunday modern sessions were Ady once wrote in the programme Steve Woomble if he doesn't leave at 5, chuck him in the pool.

Culcheth You've been warned this could end up a mini nighter. (If he's had a drink) LOL

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7 hours ago, Jessie Pinkman said:

I remember Steve Woomble & Shaun Kearney's legendary Cleethorpes Sunday modern sessions were Ady once wrote in the programme Steve Woomble if he doesn't leave at 5, chuck him in the pool.

Culcheth You've been warned this could end up a mini nighter. (If he's had a drink) LOL

Mini- All Nighter...now there's an idea!

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Modern Soul Classics lining up for the back room...

Take your pick

 

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1 hour ago, Bazm said:

Modern Soul Classics lining up for the back room...

Take your pick

 

I'll take em both BazM - tenner each???

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1 hour ago, Bazm said:

Modern Soul Classics lining up for the back room...

Take your pick

 

I sold my Ralph Graham LP a few weeks ago. normally it takes quite a few months before I start regretting my decision but it's just started early this time.

Thanks Baz for that.

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On 22/07/2022 at 21:48, Jessie Pinkman said:

I sold my Ralph Graham LP a few weeks ago. normally it takes quite a few months before I start regretting my decision but it's just started early this time.

Thanks Baz for that.

Sorry Bob, completely unintentional 😉

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Perfect Philly Soul and the intro very reminiscent of Elipsis "people" Just right for the modern room!!

 

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Here's one for the main room early doors crowd, a fantastic piece of cross over magic from Bobby Shannon.

A massive spin for Richard Searling many years ago and still sounds the business.

Bobby Patterson's original album track is great but this just edges it for me.

 

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Some records defy labels, Northern, Modern, Crossover, this does 'em all

 

Here's one from Carl and Maria, that gets my vote

 

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True Image...

Barbara Lynn...

Alfie Davidson...

Then maybe this?...BOOM!

 

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Parkers memories and this beauty could tear up the dance floor in either room WHOOOSH!!

 

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2 hours ago, Micksmix said:

Parkers memories and this beauty could tear up the dance floor in either room WHOOOSH!!

 

Pretty rare on original, I've just noticed on Discogs that Flanny has one for sale £199.00. I had to wait for the Expansion release when Richard was playing at Parkers. Virtually impossible to find then. slightly easier nowadays with discogs & ebay. Great call Mick I haven't heard it played out in years. Top tune.

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12 hours ago, Bazm said:

True Image...

Barbara Lynn...

Alfie Davidson...

Then maybe this?...BOOM!

 

AH Alfie Davidson, Robbos favourite, he prefers the 12"version the longer the better. lol

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Another one for either room, now a few copies have turned up in the North West 😉

 

 

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1 hour ago, Micksmix said:

Another one for either room, now a few copies have turned up in the North West 😉

 

 

Lots of young soulies in the video dancing under what appears to be a pile of records style lamp shade thing. I'd have a step ladder looking through them.

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One I've been enjoying sneaking onto the decks recently - just shows they don't have to be a million dollars to hit the spot 👌

 

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Staple food for Robbo and has been for 2 decades but sounds soooo good everytime regardless, taste and then some 💪👍

 

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19 hours ago, Eddiefoster said:

One I've been enjoying sneaking onto the decks recently - just shows they don't have to be a million dollars to hit the spot 👌

 

What so not a Nob Waver then Simon, 

Here's another Non Willy Waver from Marvin Gaye this time, album only but cheap as chips as they say, no secret sounds here, just quality music

 

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1 hour ago, Jessie Pinkman said:

What so not a Nob Waver then Simon, 

Here's another Non Willy Waver from Marvin Gaye this time, album only but cheap as chips as they say, no secret sounds here, just quality music

 

I feel like I might be missing out on the willy waving phenomenon 😂

Does it have to be my willy???

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7 hours ago, Jessie Pinkman said:

Chris Morgan take a bow son, take a bow for this 1969 soul masterpiece, First played by Guy at Stafford and now a regular play at Culcheth, how long before it becomes a WW or KW.

It's a perfect dancer and surely has to be up there with the best ever played on the scene

 

Great record.  I gave it a bit of a kick/revival some years ago on the nighter circuit after it had been ignored for years.

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On 19/07/2022 at 19:19, Jessie Pinkman said:

It's been quite a while since I stuck this on the turntable so a definite for the 6th. Does sticking it on the turntable make me sound slightly ancient.

Baz would call them the wheels of steel or something similar. Great record though by Sir Joe Quarterman "A guy for you"

 

I got this before it came out anywhere, got it played at Lifeline etc by Andy and Calvin Lee Hughes.  Magic record.

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