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Nat Wright - Cryin' Blue

Someone just sent me a PM asking if I thought this looked moody, here my reply to them. I have collected dubs for many years and they do come in all shapes an sizes, so to speak.

'No one seems to know much, seen original discs like that before. But also anyone doing a fake dub these days will put it on a 10" or 12" as they are easy to find nowdays, 45 blanks are very hard to find, so always a little more wary of 10" or 12" dubs'

I have to also add that 12" and 10" dubs were used back in the day for single 45rpm cuttings, but were less common in the 60's, but become more prevelent in the 70's

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Just had a listen and if you compare Nat Wright's Mr Love to this there are similarity's in the musical arrangement in places, just wondered if they were done in same sessions ?? and one got binned for some reason.

cheers Ralph

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where's the full clip? Like Dave says, cracking tune!!

hi chalky , kitch plays a much better imho,version with female backing singing a chorus LETS HAVE A PARTY, over and over,, this versions good but the one kitch plays is better ,,,, cliff

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hi chalky , kitch plays a much better imho,version with female backing singing a chorus LETS HAVE A PARTY, over and over,, this versions good but the one kitch plays is better ,,,, cliff

Hi Cliff, I've probably heard it then :thumbup: will make a point of listening out for it next time I hear Kitch out :ohmy:

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