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  2. Jeeeeze, I thought I always over think DJing - Now I also have this lot to worry about! (I might print this off) Joking aside, all valid points sir All the best, Len
  3. Hey! Looking for this cheapy LP as a xmas gift - cuz a certain someone saw that film, with that song, and has finally shown some interest in soul music. Im in the UK and looking for a UK seller so I can get it in time. kind regards!
  4. davidbrls

    ESP- It's a miracle

    Up for grab is an elusive Ohio modern soul record. Visually speaking, I'd grade this as Vg--/G+, though you may want to refer to the following soundfile (tune in at 26:04- the actual intro was cut for mixing purposes, but I can assure it plays as good as the rest of the song) to have a better idea of what it actually sounds like. 130 € + shipping Should you have any doubts you want me to solve, feel free to drop me a PM
  5. Sorry - I forgot to put the 'mischievous face' thingy up () 'Well caught' that man! All the best, Len
  6. Yes lots I'm afraid as not long ago - I'm having a sort out over Christmas, so may be in the sales (Not sure as yet though mate) No PMs please! All the best, Len
  7. nitram

    Cold Blood I'm A Good Women

    Ok I will take it, please forward PayPal details, are you uk based.
  8. Today
  9. soultrainer

    Cold blood - i’m a good woman

    One on sales now mate
  10. Soulsides

    first three records to start a set

    As has been mentioned previously the ability to read a crowd of people on a dancefloor, judge their reactions and what they want or expect to hear is paramount. Please bear in mind that I'm not a Northern Soul DJ,I just appreciate the music, so I'm coming at this from a background which is immersed in Hip Hop,Funk and Breakbeat culture,where often as much emphasis is placed on the skill set of a DJ as the records they spin..sometimes more so,in fact. That said I'm a firm believer in programming sets if its just playing records,ideally having several options to cover all bases and spend time really working hard on how certain records can be mixed or sequenced together to the best effect.Most importantly you need to know your records inside out, where the breaks or breakdowns are at certain points on the record for example which can be mixed in and out to create cue points for the next record to be dropped etcetera. One of the main issues I take with certain DJ's (or people who like to call themselves one) is often their inability to mix with cohesiveness which is something I just don't understand as theres no point in having boxes of great sounding vinyl if you cant mix them together properly. When I've paid good money to go to an event I expect to see a DJ with a charismatic stage presence,great sounding tunes with well-composed routines, and precise technical control.Sloppy or inadequate mixing I just cant tolerate,personally. I could list loads, but here's an example of 3 tracks out of many that I could easily start a set with providing that the records hadn't been played earlier in the night by another DJ obviously.These are all in similar tempos and also very simple to mix together too!
  11. Have knocked a bit more off the price, on all of these. Considering the condition, then very fairly priced. U.K. customers only. PAYMENT BY BANK TRANSFER, SORRY NO PAYPAL. £100 or more add £8.00p extra, for special delivery p&p, for 1 to 3 discs. Under £100 add £3.00 extra for recorded delivery p&p, for 1 to 3 discs. P.M. please for details, rather than using the thread. These four Motown discs, are as great a condition as you could find. Near perfect condition, both vinyl and labels. BARBARA MC NAIR YOU'RE GONNA LOVE MY BABY MOTOWN EX+++ £160 CAROLYN CRAWFORD MY SMILE IS JUST A FROWN, TURNED UPSIDE DOWN MOTOWN EX+++ £135 Just has a small neat drill hole. CAROLYN CRAWFORD FORGET ABOUT ME MOTOWN DJ EX+++ MOTOWN £110 CAROLYN CRAWFORD WHEN SOMEONE'S GOOD TO YOU MOTOWN DJ EX+++ £100 All the following are really nice clean records too. DORIS TROY FACE UP TO THE TRUTH CAPITOL EX+ £135 GIFTED FOUR ARE YOU CHOOSING C.S.C. EX+ £150 MASTERS I NEED YOUR LOVE CRIMSON EX £115 Two X's on both label, not too detrimental. LEON HAYWOOD CONSIDER THE SOURCE CAPITOL EX+ £75 The first and by far the best version. PEP BROWN I AM THE ONE WHO NEEDS YOU POLYDOR DJ EX+ £65 PROPHECY RAIN IN MY LIFE ALL PLATINUM EX+ £50 PETE WARNER I JUST WAN'T TO SPEND MY LIFE WITH YOU POLYDOR DJ EX+ £80 CARESS I CAN'T LET YOU WALK AWAY P & P EX+ £50 DENISE LA SALLE A LOVE REPUTATION CHESS EX+ £65 DELLS THINKIN' ABOUT YOU CHESS EX+ £60 RAY ALGERE I'M IN YOUR CORNER TOU-SEA EX+ £50 BIG MAYBELLE QUITTING TIME / I CAN'T WAIT ANY LONGER ROJAC EX+ £85 MILLIE JACKSON MY HEART TOOK A LICKIN' M G M DJ EX+ £55 CLASSIC SULLIVANS SHAME SHAME SHAME MASTER KEY EX £65 DONALD HEIGHT I CHOOSE YOU DAKAR DJ EX+ £60 RIVINGTONS I LOVE YOU ALWAYS VEE JAY EX+ £55 ARETHA FRANKLIN WONDERFUL ARISTA EX+ £65 24 KARAT GOLD WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD DESERT BONE EX+ £70 E.K.G. GIVE ME LOVE ROADRUNNERS EX+ £70 That's it for today. Many thanks for looking. Cheers Donna.
  12. Mick Shaxted

    BSC SOUL NIGHT

    can you tell me your djs please
  13. Bruv

    Potential Soul Source Anthem?

    Don't Be Sore At Me.. It's only a bit of online Fun, We all share the same Passion at the end of the day, A Love Of Soul Music,,,
  14. Brummie

    Cold Blood I'm A Good Women

    Cold Blood - I'm A Good Women Atlantic Turkish Issue With Sleeve Excellent Apart From Label Wear In The Picture £60 including postage PP F&F
  15. Lightnin slim - I'm tired waiting baby excello vg+ plays loud and strong £20
  16. BazM

    CULCHETH - THE SPIRIT OF LOWTON

    Gettin' chilly out there but a WARM welcome awaits you at CULCHETH tomorrow, with the 'Spirit of Lowton' in full effect with a great selection of top class Northern in the main room and fantastic Modern Soul grooves in room 2
  17. Soulsides

    Potential Soul Source Anthem?

    The title says it all really..
  18. Valentina

    Hercules - Aaron Neville ‎–

    i slept on one on discogs 2 weeks ago.....:-( but i had a good fun the night before
  19. I view the end of a function as one of the most important parts of the night to get right. If a few mistakes are made earlier in the evening at least they can be smoothed over and forgotten about if all goes well later. Those final tracks have to have the crowd sent home eagerly awaiting the next function. Here's my thoughts on the subject. It's not the tempo of a track at the end of the night that is the most important factor, but the lyrics. Are they relevant to the function itself and the atmosphere of the crowd? Whilst there is no need to play love songs at the end of a birthday party, failing to do so at a wedding is hardly good practice! If we take a soul night where there might be a number of couples (or to be, at least for that one night!) on the dance floor, then ending with 3 consecutive tracks with titles such as "I'm leaving you,""You had your chance and blew it," and "Another Woman's Man," doesn't seem right to me no matter how wonderful the tracks might sound in a different environment. Here's the final 4 tracks that I would end a soul and funk function with. The track titles of the first 2 need no explaining. The Starpoint track is geared towards a play on the lyrics suggesting you "bring your sweet loving (of music) back" to the next function. It has an "impact" start that stamps it's authority instantly and then allows just enough time before the vocal comes in to make a brief first of two, closing and thank you announcements. We end with the wonderful mid tempo instrumental that I've used as the final track of almost every function I've DJ'ed at since it's release, over which I thank the crowd for attending and wish them a safe journey home. World Premiere - Share The Night - 1983 Change - Keep You Warm - 1984 Starpoint - Bring Your Sweet Loving Back - 1982 Total Contrast - Sunshine Instrumental - 1986 What would be the final 4 tracks you'd play at the end of a function and why?
  20. Pete Roberts

    TWISTED WHEEL SUNDAY SOUL SESSION

    Still the Best!!!!
  21. markw

    Fenways on Bluecat

    What’s it called Phil? Be useful to know to find it quicker.
  22. SOUL INC

    Northern For A Thursday

    Postage £2.50 to the U.K. (recorded), £3.50 to Europe, £4.50 to anywhere else, regardless of the size of package. (Your second and third record etc incurs NO postage charge!!!!!) Apologies in advance for the quality of the soundclips - I'm not very technically minded!!!!! If you have any reservations about the playing quality of any record, please get in touch and also don't forget that I offer a full money back guarantee (including postage) if not happy for ANY reason Intruders - But You Belong To Me - Musicor £16 Superficial scuffs to vinyl - NOTE - This is on "Musicor" NOT "Music Voice" - Superb tune!!!!! But You Belong To Me I.MP3 Nolan Chance - If He Makes You - Constellation £24 Light wear - CLASS Northern!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! If He Makes You NC.MP3 Rockie Brown - Without A Warning - Penntowne £16 SOLD Good paced Philly Northern!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Prince Valiant & Knights - Back Yard - St Clair £22 Superficial wear - Nothing too serious - Well worth checking out - OBSCURE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Back Yard PVATK.MP3 Tommy Payton - Mountain Of Soul - Staff £38 Light wear - FANTASTIC - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!! Mountain Of Soul TP.MP3 Junior Wells - Girl You Lit My Fire - Blue Rock £10 Light wear to label and vinyl - GREAT!!!!! Girl You Lit My Fire JW.MP3 Billy McGregor - Mr Shy/Fall On My Knees - Flash £10 LIght wear to vinyl - ESSENTIAL Soul!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Mr Shy BM.MP3 Fall On My Knees BM.MP3 Showstoppers - Ain't Nothing But A House Party?What Can A Man Do - Party Time £50 Nice copy - CLASSIC on the rarer label!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Aint Nothing But A House Party S.MP3 What Can A Man Do S.MP3 Benny Harper - Don't Let It Happen To You - Phil La £22 Light wear and feint sticker stain on label - CLASSIC!!!!! Dont Let It Happen To You BH.MP3 Ricky Gee - I Will Get You There - Conduc £14 Worth checking out - GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I Will Take You There RG.MP3 Thanks for looking and listening  Des 
  23. polyvelts

    Potential Soul Source Anthem?

    Can’t get over these memories or The only way is up
  24. SOUL INC

    Funky Stuff For A Thursday

    Postage £2.50 to the U.K. (recorded), £3.50 to Europe, £4.50 to anywhere else, regardless of the size of package. (Your second and third record etc incurs NO postage charge!!!!!) Apologies in advance for the quality of the soundclips - I'm not very technically minded!!!!! If you have any reservations about the playing quality of any record, please get in touch and also don't forget that I offer a full money back guarantee (including postage) if not happy for ANY reason Sisters Of Righteous - That's How I Feel - King £12 "Drill hole" otherwise nice copy - GREAT!!!!!!!! Thats How I Feel SOR.MP3  Jackie Wilson - Helpless - Brunswick £10 Superficial wear and "drill hole" - CLASS!!!! Helpless JW.MP3 Turnarounds - Somewhere In This World - TRC £10 Small bit o gold paint on label otherwise nice copy - FANTASTIC!!! Somewhere In This World T.MP3 Jimmy Bee - The Outside Man - Ala (WHITE PROMO) £12 Light wear - Worth checking out!!! The Outside Man JB.MP3 Danny White - Natural Soul Brother - S.S.S. £40 SOLD ESSENTIAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Gene Faith - Call The F.B.I. (U.K.) £10 Highly Recommended!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Call The FBI GF.MP3  Jimmy (Mr Motion) Lynch - There Was A Time Pts1 & 2 - La Val £28 SOLD Nice copy - Both sides superb, clip is from part 2!!! Lloyd Price - Bad Conditions - Turntable £10 FANTASTIC!!!! Bad Conditions LP.MP3 Laura Lee - I Need It Just As Bad As You - Invictus £8 Light wear - RECOMMENDED!! I Need It Just As Bad As You LL.MP3  Dramatics - Your Love Was Strange - Volt £6 Scuffs to vinyl - Plays ok with some crackle and pop - FANTASTIC!!! Love Is Strange FT.MP3 Thanks for looking and listening Des
  25. polyvelts

    first three records to start a set

    For years I always started with ‘Hurry, don’t linger’ Brothers of Soul and then took it from there
  26. Mickey Finn

    Favorite two-step tracks/artists?

    Lonnie again, this time from 1983 and with brother Donald on vocals:
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