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I was thinking of what would be the last record out of the door when the bailiffs arrive and decided it would probably be Jackie Wilson ? I've lost you

I then thought of records I wouldn't give shelf space to even if given, just a polite "thank you" and straight to eBay! In this case it would be a joint tie between Ray Agee ? I'm losing again & Joanne Courcey = I've got the power

Does anyone else have any wouldn't live with / can't live without tunes?

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Couldn't agree with you more! Both Joanne C. and Ray Agee...

Hmmm... record i can't live without, i must say Guitar Ray on Shagg, probably my #1 record of all time but you would also have to bend Walter Jackson "it's all over" out of my clutches..

best

Leo

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Sorry mum, but they cant have Rufus Lumley LP (stronger than me). You gotta go. (I grew up listening to a DJ named Hippo playing that. Happy days)

Gave away Unifics Court of love to Johnny T last night. Only bought it because it was on Kapp, and therefore it must be OK. WRONG!! adieu and good riddance.

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Mikey,

I preferred the B-side, "Which One Should I Choose". OK, it was mediocre, but much better than "Court of Love"! Still, you could have made a worse mistake with Kapp if you bought "I'm A Nut" by Leroy Pullins on spec!!

The record I can't live without (ie, which I want to be buried with) is "(I Love Her So Much) It Hurts Me" by The Majestics. My all-time fave!!

Gene

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The record I can't live without (ie, which I want to be buried with) is "(I Love Her So Much) It Hurts Me" by The Majestics.  My all-time fave!!

Gene

One of my all time faves too Gene great record !!!!!

John

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Everytime i am left at the train station waiting to get home,

Don Thomas - Come on Train always echoes in my ears,

the bass hits me first and then i realise what i am singing to myself.

Bet Joe Public don't have a hit like that when the train is late.

H.

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Mikey,

I preferred the B-side, "Which One Should I Choose".  OK, it was mediocre, but much better than "Court of Love"!  Still, you could have made a worse mistake with Kapp if you bought "I'm A Nut" by Leroy Pullins on spec!!

The record I can't live without (ie, which I want to be buried with) is "(I Love Her So Much) It Hurts Me" by The Majestics.  My all-time fave!!

Gene

Buried with the Majestics Gene ? if you go before me mate I may just get my old spade out! Mind you not much chance of that you young wippersnapper ;-)

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Careful Dave!!! I hear on BBC Scotland that two youths have just been found guilty of breaking into a tomb in Edinburgh!! But it gets worse:

QUOTE FROM WWW.BBC.CO.UK

"The court had previously heard that the boys had beheaded one of the bodies which had been interred in a tomb. However, they were acquitted of allegations that they forced open the coffin and simulated oral sex with the severed head. "

Thank God it's just the record you'll be after!!!

Gene

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I was thinking of what would be the last record out of the door when the bailiffs arrive and decided it would probably be Jackie Wilson ? I've lost you

I then thought of records I wouldn't give shelf space to even if given, just a polite "thank you" and straight to eBay! In this case it would be a joint tie between Ray Agee ? I'm losing again  &  Joanne Courcey = I've got the power

Does anyone else have any wouldn't live with / can't live without  tunes?

wish i had a copy of ray agee, boohoo! like to see the bailiffs get that off me!

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