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and i don't mean 'cause its scratched :rolleyes:

what LP's/CD's have you listening to them over, and over again?

my favs for while now ........

The new born free - The Hesitations

Send my baby back - Freddie Hughes

Segments of time - Segments of time

The mighty marvellows - The mighty marvellows

whats yours?

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and i don't mean 'cause its scratched :shades:

what LP's/CD's have you listening to them over, and over again?

my favs for while now ........

The new born free - The Hesitations

Send my baby back - Freddie Hughes

Segments of time - Segments of time

The mighty marvellows - The mighty marvellows

whats yours?

alan

Loads Alan but I guess over the years the three that are never far from the deck are:

Clyde McPhatter - Welcome Home

Millie Jackson - Caught Up

Bobby Taylor - Taylor Made Soul

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John.

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i,m a loser Doris Duke

Caught up and Still caught up Millie Jackson

Sex & Soul Roy C

Home is where the heart is Bobby Womack

A Dramatic Experience The Dramatics

Gag a Maggot Swamp Dogg

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Marvellettes - Sophisticated soul

Curtis Mayfield - Theres no place like America today .

Parliament - Mothership connection

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i,m a loser Doris Duke

Caught up and Still caught up Millie Jackson

Sex & Soul Roy C

Home is where the heart is Bobby Womack

A Dramatic Experience The Dramatics

Gag a Maggot Swamp Dogg

Great lp that I keep near my sound system all the time along with

Bobby Womack-Poet 1 & 2

George Benson-In flight

Richard Popcorn Wylie-ESP

Four Tops-Main street people

Miracles-City of angels

Jimi Hendrix-Smash hits

Magnetic Touch-Falling in love with a dream

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Sophisticated Soul by the Marvelettes.....just for Someway Somehow.

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The Esquires - Get On Up And Get Away.

Every track a winner :thumbup:

totally agree, thats another never far away from record deck

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Margie Joseph - Sweet surrender

Notations

Randy Brown - Welcome To My Room

Lenny Williams - Choosing You

Lloyd Price - Music-Music

Bobby Wilson - I'll Be Your Rainbow

The Main Ingredient - Euphrates River

Often play these & more.

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McKinley Mitchell Soul President

Carla Thomas Memphis Queen Stax

OC Smith Love Changes Motown

Barrett Strong Stronghold Capitol

New York Port Authority 3000 miles from home Invictus

Water&Power W&P Fantasy

Willie Tee Teasin You Night Train.******

Wee You Can Fly On My Aeroplane Owl ******

Three Pieces Vibes of Truth Fantasy

The Tempest Would You Believe Smash******

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COMIN AT YA - COKE ESCOVEDO - MERCURY.

VIBE SOF TRUTH - THREE PIECES - FANTASY.

ROCKY MIZELL AND THE SUGAR ROCK BAND - SAME - DRIVE.

JAY W MCGEE - SAME - SCORPIO.

JACKIE WILSON - BEAUTIFUL DAY - BRUNSWICK.

TO NAME BUT A FEW.

BRI PINCH.

SUNDAY CHILLOUT, 7TH JUNE, HORSE AND GROOM PUB, EAST LAITH GATE, DONCASTER.

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DAVID RUFFIN - IN MY STRIDE.

steve :ohmy:

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Another vote for Vibes Of Truth - Three Pieces.

Others are

Curtis Mayfield - Curtis Live

Gil Scott Heron - Pieces Of A Man

EWF - That's The Way Of The World

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Paul Kelly - "Don't Burn Me" (WB)

Lamont Dozier - "Out Here On My Own" (PROBE)

Marvin Gaye - "What's Going On" (TAMLA MOTOWN)

Lou Courtney - "I'm In Need Of Love" (EPIC)

Earth, Wind & Fire - "That's The Way Of The World" (CBS)

Jean Carn - "Jean Carn" (PIR)

Donald Byrd - "Places And Spaces" (BLUE NOTE)

Dexter Wansel - "Life On Mars" (PIR)

Various - "Motown Chartbusters Vol.3" (TAMLA MOTOWN) yes, really! :ohmy:

+ lots more

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very rare to find a solid lp all the way through though these go one as every track a winner

Jimmy Lewis - Totally involved .(probably my favourite lp of all time )

Bobby Bland - Get on down.

David Lasley- missin twenty grand

Garland Green- jealous kinda feller

Jackie Wilson - Beautiful day ( probably my favourite lp of all time mk11!)

Paul Kelly - hooked hogtied and collared

Sam Dees- Show must go on

and if CDs are allowed David Ruffins awsome -"David" album

there could be hundreds more but these for me all all thrillers no fillers

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Millie Jackson "Caught up"

Soul Children "Friction"

Angie Stone "Mahogany soul"

Jill Scott " Who is Jill Scott ?"

David Ruffin / Temps most of them :-)

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Bobby Thurston....brill!!!

Timothy Wilson

Al Johnson

Hesitations

Chris Clark

Freddie Butler

plus loads more

Nomad :thumbup:

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i,m a loser Doris Duke

Caught up and Still caught up Millie Jackson

Sex & Soul Roy C

Home is where the heart is Bobby Womack

A Dramatic Experience The Dramatics

Gag a Maggot Swamp Dogg

''Something For My Head'' ....the mutts nuts so to speak

Nomad :thumbup:

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I have'nt got this album anymore,it was destroyed in a fire,such a loss really because I loved it,

The opening lines-----

"Well that's a typical Martyn Ellis cock up"

Major Lance live at the Torch,

Would play it again and again and again

Um Um UM Um

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I have'nt got this album anymore,it was destroyed in a fire,such a loss really because I loved it,

The opening lines-----

"Well that's a typical Martyn Ellis cock up"

Major Lance live at the Torch,

Would play it again and again and again

Um Um UM Um

Hiya mate,picked up a copy on cd a few weeks ago on ebay,if you want to borrow it to copy your welcome,pm me Steve

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For me i would say

Isley Brothers - This Old Heart of Mine which has my fav ever version of Stop in The Name of Love on it

Jackie Wilson - Higher and Higher which to me is the best soul album ever made

on CD i would say Sam Cooke - Potrait of a Legend.

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ESTHER PHILLIPS - anthology (track 3 Brother Brother superb)

JOHN EDWARDS - CAREFUL MAN

JR.BAILEY - JUST ME 'N YOU

MIKE JAMES KIRKLAND - HANG ON IN THERE

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Various - "Motown Chartbusters Vol.3" (TAMLA MOTOWN) yes, really! :huh:

Motown Chartbusters Vol 3. Not a bad track on it and the sleeve is divine!

Close to perfection - for the tracks included and the vibe of the time when it was first released. The age of innocence was ending.

1. I Heard It Through The Grapevine - Marvin Gaye

2. I'm Gonna Make You Love Me - Diana Ross & The Supremes

3. My Cherie Amour - Stevie Wonder

4. This Old Heart Of Mine - The Isley Brothers

5. I'll Pick A Rose For My Rose - Marv Johnson

6. No Matter What Sign You Are - Diana Ross & The Supremes

7. I'm In A Different World - The Four Tops

8. Dancing In The Street - Martha Reeves & The Vandellas

9. For Once In My Life - Stevie Wonder

10. You're All I Need To Get By - Tammi Terrell & Marvin Gaye

11. Get Ready - The Temptations

12. Stop Her On The Sight (S.O.S) - Edwin Starr

13. Love Child - Diana Ross & The Supremes

14. Behind A Painted Smile - The Isley Brothers

15. Road Runner - Jr. Walker & The All Stars

16. The Tracks Of My Tears - Smokey Robinson & The Miracles

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Barabra Lewis the one with Stars on sooooo many good tracks both sides.

And must agree with The Tempest LP Hazel Martin top block shame he stopped at that.

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Sam Dees-Show must go on

Jimmy Lewis-Totally Involved

Dells-Sweet as funk can be (don.t be fooled by title)

Originals-Portrait

Greg Perry-One for the road

Hesitations-Born Free

Temptations-Getting ready

Lifestyle-Lifestyle

Bobby Womack-Communication

9th Creation-Reaching for the top

Lamont Dozier-Out here on my own

Lamont Dozier-Peddlin music

Shirley Brown-Blessed is a woman

Harold Melvin and the Bluenotes-I miss you

Ojays-Family reunion

Millie Jackson-Lovingly yours

To name a few, theres that many

Kev

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Renee Geyer - Ready To Deal

Fred Hughes - Baby Boy

Nicole Willis - Keep Reachin' Up

Eddie Harris - I Need Some Money

Marlena Shaw - Spice Of Life

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GOING BACK TO DETROIT - THE PLATTERS

SOPHITICATED SOUL - THE MARVELETTES

UP-TIGHT STEVIE WONDER

HOOKED HOGTIED AND COLLARED - PAUL KELLY

I'M NOT BLIND...I JUST CAN'T SEE - CALVIN SCOTT

JESSE JAMES - JESSE JAMES

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Shouldnt say it here but i prefer lps to 45's :rolleyes:

Sam Dees Show Must Go On

Notations ST

Impressions Times Have Changed

The Main Ingredient Euphrates River

Johnny Bristol Strangers

Lost Generation Both lps

Class Set

Mike James Kirkland

Gene Townsel

Four Tops Still Water

Major Lance Jealously

oh and loads more!

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Philidelphia Allstars - Clean up the getto

Blueprint - Rory Gallagher

marching on together

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There are many LP's but those that we play regular are:-

Marvin Gaye - What's going on.

Donny Hathaway - Extensions of a man.

The Originals - California Sunset.

The Miracles - City of Angels.

Regards,

Alan

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Can,t believe it ain,t been mentioned yet(unless i,m blind!!)

Sandra Wright on Demon----not a duffer oni it

Soul Children--Friction

Doris Duke---I,M a Loser

Jimmy James--The New Religion

James Govan---self Titled

Millie Jackson--Caught Up

Al Green---I can,t Stop

Jimmy Ruffin---I,ve Passed this way before---M.F.P.(LOTS OF UNRELEASED TUNES)

more later

Tony Coleby

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Another batch of lp,s that still get loads of plays at my place.

Shirley Brown = Intimate Storm

Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose = Big Time Lover + Greatest Hits.

Edwin Starr = Soul Master + Edwin & Blinky

David Porter= Victim of the joke

Al Wilson Searching for the Dolphins

Johnnie Taylor= Super Taylor

Don Covay = Super Dude

Sandra Wright = Wounded Woman ( mentioned before and i agree no duff tracks).

Dorothy Moore =More Moore

Frankie Lee =Going back home

Otis Clay =This time around +I,ll treat you right.

Womack & Womack = Love wars

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It's hard to argue with any of the choices mentioned so far in the topic: I think I own every one!

The albums that have sustained me through decades are:

The Poet I by Bobby Womack (even though it's probably not his best work it's the album which got me into all of this as a current release and side two is just masterly. "If You Think You're Lonely Now" has rightfully become the anthem of soul music from the 80s);

The Many Grooves of Barbara Lewis (so complete and so beautifully put together);

Here To Stay by Darrell Banks (soul perfection from every conceivable angle);

Send My Baby Back by Freddie Hughes (a virtuoso singer's one shot at fame, still cruelly under-rated);

Friction by The Soul Children (a sumptuous and adult work, to me the very pinnacle of Southern Soul as a commercial artform);

Hold On by Tommy Tate (one of soul's greatest ever artists at his creative peak);

and last but not least,

Terry Callier's monumental What Color Is Love (still impossible for me to listen to "Dancing Girl" and not be mesmerised and moved by it).

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It's hard to argue with any of the choices mentioned so far in the topic: I think I own every one!

The albums that have sustained me through decades are:

The Poet I by Bobby Womack (even though it's probably not his best work it's the album which got me into all of this as a current release and side two is just masterly. "If You Think You're Lonely Now" has rightfully become the anthem of soul music from the 80s);

The Many Grooves of Barbara Lewis (so complete and so beautifully put together);

Here To Stay by Darrell Banks (soul perfection from every conceivable angle);

Send My Baby Back by Freddie Hughes (a virtuoso singer's one shot at fame, still cruelly under-rated);

Friction by The Soul Children (a sumptuous and adult work, to me the very pinnacle of Southern Soul as a commercial artform);

Hold On by Tommy Tate (one of soul's greatest ever artists at his creative peak);

and last but not least,

Terry Callier's monumental What Color Is Love (still impossible for me to listen to "Dancing Girl" and not be mesmerised and moved by it).

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Great to have a few album buyers on ss which seems 45 orientated , which i appreciate because its mainly a northern site .

Buts its nice to partake in something a little different .

Keep em coming i,ll try to check out the albums i do not know.

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i,m a loser Doris Duke

Caught up and Still caught up Millie Jackson

Sex & Soul Roy C

Home is where the heart is Bobby Womack

A Dramatic Experience The Dramatics

Gag a Maggot Swamp Dogg

Got to agree with most of those selections. I think I still know every lyric and line from Caught Up and Still caught Up. I remember buying Still Caught Up as a new import from the Contempo store ...only for my sister to wear it out within months.

And Roy C was unique.

Paul

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Sam Dees-Show must go on

Jimmy Lewis-Totally Involved

Dells-Sweet as funk can be (don.t be fooled by title)

Originals-Portrait

Greg Perry-One for the road

Hesitations-Born Free

Temptations-Getting ready

Lifestyle-Lifestyle

Bobby Womack-Communication

9th Creation-Reaching for the top

Lamont Dozier-Out here on my own

Lamont Dozier-Peddlin music

Shirley Brown-Blessed is a woman

Harold Melvin and the Bluenotes-I miss you

Ojays-Family reunion

Millie Jackson-Lovingly yours

To name a few, theres that many

Kev

Signs of another misspent youth there, Kev.

I still play most of those albums on a regular basis - and others such as Laura Lee's Hot Wax albums and Freda Payne's Contact album on Invictus.

A hell of a lot of pleasure for the price of a few school dinner tickets all those years ago ...no wonder we were all so skinny. :rolleyes:

Best wishes,

Paul

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Another batch of lp,s that still get loads of plays at my place.

Shirley Brown = Intimate Storm

Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose = Big Time Lover + Greatest Hits.

Edwin Starr = Soul Master + Edwin & Blinky

David Porter= Victim of the joke

Al Wilson Searching for the Dolphins

Johnnie Taylor= Super Taylor

Don Covay = Super Dude

Sandra Wright = Wounded Woman ( mentioned before and i agree no duff tracks).

Dorothy Moore =More Moore

Frankie Lee =Going back home

Otis Clay =This time around +I,ll treat you right.

Womack & Womack = Love wars

I still love those Don Covay albums. 'Leave Him' is a masterpiece. Like Roy C, he had a style all of his own.

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very rare to find a solid lp all the way through though these go one as every track a winner

Jimmy Lewis - Totally involved .(probably my favourite lp of all time )

Bobby Bland - Get on down.

David Lasley- missin twenty grand

Garland Green- jealous kinda feller

Jackie Wilson - Beautiful day ( probably my favourite lp of all time mk11!)

Paul Kelly - hooked hogtied and collared

Sam Dees- Show must go on

and if CDs are allowed David Ruffins awsome -"David" album

there could be hundreds more but these for me all all thrillers no fillers

Another great selection, Adam - especially Garland Green, Jackie Wilson and Sam Dees.

I only wish Anette Snell had cut an album with Paul Kelly for Dial. It would have been a monster. But that's an idea for an another thread ...favourite albums which don't exist. :rolleyes:

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I still love those Don Covay albums. 'Leave Him' is a masterpiece. Like Roy C, he had a style all of his own.

I rarely play the Don Covay albums from start to finish these days, but as you say Paul, tracks like "Leave Him" and "A Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Waste" are truly exceptional pieces of soul music from a master craftsman and a true original. Ask Mick Jagger.

One I forgot to mention is Jimmy Lewis's "Totally Involved". Strangely I've never really played side two from start to finish that much but consider side one to be as good a twenty minutes by a single artist as ever committed to tape.

An artist who probably won't get much of a mention here that I keep going back to is Alicia Myers. Her three MCA albums stand up really well as cleanly produced, well written and exceptionally soulful: Detroit's last stand in the soul mainstream perhaps.

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I also prefer albums to '45's , here's some of my faves :

With love from - The Lovelites [ UNI ]

Too many people in one bed - Sandra Phillips [ Special Agent UK ]

This is - Eleanore Mills [ Astroscope ]

The Poet 2 - Bobby Womack [ Beverly Glen ]

This close to you - Luther [ Cotillion ]

Detroit Spinners on Atlantic [ Ist album ]

Jealous kind of fellow - Garland Green [ UNI ]

Songs of the big city - Clyde McPhatter [ Mercury ]

Whispers - Jackie Wilson [ Brunswick ]

I'm gonna miss you - Artistics [ Brunswick ]

An album full of Soul [ Stateside various ]

Sweetest thing this side of heaven - Chris Bartley [Vando ]

Put your tears away - Jackie Edwards [ Island ]

Soulful Road - New York City [Chelsea ]

And lots of the choices made already , great thread !! Best ,Eddie

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i,m a loser Doris Duke

Caught up and Still caught up Millie Jackson

Sex & Soul Roy C

Home is where the heart is Bobby Womack

A Dramatic Experience The Dramatics

Gag a Maggot Swamp Dogg

Top choices mate :thumbsup:

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Terry Callier's monumental What Color Is Love (still impossible for me to listen to "Dancing Girl" and not be mesmerised and moved by it).

A beautiful album Gareth and Dancing Girl is indeed a moving, unique piece of music (and I think a brave choice for an opening track).

I always go back to Otis' Pain In My Heart LP - the disc that got me into all this in the first place.

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jj barnes/steve mancha-RARE STAMPS-brilliant album never tire of hearing it, thanks for the wedding present mr coleby :thumbup:

Great choice Harry - forgot that one !! Best ,Eddie

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a lot of the above +PHILIP MITCHELL JUST THE BEGINNIG brilliant album

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