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Willie Tee - You Gonna Pay Some Dues

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any one got info on this please

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any one got info on this please

Album only i think Ted "teasin you" ???

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good innit, Butch spinning it and Andy Dyson.

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good innit, Butch spinning it and Andy Dyson.

is it album only Chalky

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A very rare record.

When I heard this on the US issued Willie Tee compilation about seven or eight years ago I asked a lot of knowledgeable people about it and no-one had ever heard of it. Subsequent requests on forums drew similar blanks but a couple of years ago both Tony Rounce and Sean Hampsey said they had seen it listed but didn't own it.

On the Bonatemp label and I'd guess dating from around between the timeframe Nola records folded and Willie Tee signed to Capitol. Bonatemp was also Willie's publishing company on his early Nola and Atlantic classics.

Appeared on ebay about eighteen months ago. I bid a fair bit of money for it (four figures in sterling) but was swatted away like the fly that I am!

Tremendous midtempo soul with a good b-side too: sort of Willie Tee sings "Ain't That Peculiar", which I'm sure could get spins too.

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A very rare record.

When I heard this on the US issued Willie Tee compilation about seven or eight years ago I asked a lot of knowledgeable people about it and no-one had ever heard of it. Subsequent requests on forums drew similar blanks but a couple of years ago both Tony Rounce and Sean Hampsey said they had seen it listed but didn't own it.

On the Bonatemp label and I'd guess dating from around between the timeframe Nola records folded and Willie Tee signed to Capitol. Bonatemp was also Willie's publishing company on his early Nola and Atlantic classics.

Appeared on ebay about eighteen months ago. I bid a fair bit of money for it (four figures in sterling) but was swatted away like the fly that I am!

Tremendous midtempo soul with a good b-side too: sort of Willie Tee sings "Ain't That Peculiar", which I'm sure could get spins too.

Thanks for the info any one gonna post a full clip in Refosoul please

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A very rare record.

When I heard this on the US issued Willie Tee compilation about seven or eight years ago I asked a lot of knowledgeable people about it and no-one had ever heard of it. Subsequent requests on forums drew similar blanks but a couple of years ago both Tony Rounce and Sean Hampsey said they had seen it listed but didn't own it.

On the Bonatemp label and I'd guess dating from around between the timeframe Nola records folded and Willie Tee signed to Capitol. Bonatemp was also Willie's publishing company on his early Nola and Atlantic classics.

Appeared on ebay about eighteen months ago. I bid a fair bit of money for it (four figures in sterling) but was swatted away like the fly that I am!

Tremendous midtempo soul with a good b-side too: sort of Willie Tee sings "Ain't That Peculiar", which I'm sure could get spins too.

Blow me Gareth ........that's one that slipped thru the net for me...love listening to Willie Tee ...

had one of the re-issue lp's with this on and honestly thought it was lp only and as i write this i've just researched cos i distinctly remember there were lp only cuts on that album.

BACKTRACKED THE ALBUM info says Originally Released As: Bonatemp 401

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BONATEMP 401 - It went for £700, Oct 08.

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BONATEMP 401 - It went for £700, Oct 08.

That's the one. My bid must have been four figures in US dollars, but it clearly wasn't enough. This record is so rare that I'm sure the winner would have bid a very large sum to acquire it.

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lovely mid tempo tune.........not to be played at a disco methinks

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lovely mid tempo tune.........not to be played at a disco methinks

There should always be room for something this classy from a giant of soul music. Knocks spots off many recent discoveries and would have been a monster at any of the great venues of the past if it had been more widely available.

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lovely mid tempo tune.........not to be played at a disco methinks

Not really that much difference in Tempo from the Earles he Tezzshades.gif

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That's the one. My bid must have been four figures in US dollars, but it clearly wasn't enough. This record is so rare that I'm sure the winner would have bid a very large sum to acquire it.

Mine was too low as well..second highest just isn`t good enough LOL!

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Mine was too low as well..second highest just isn`t good enough LOL!

Think this copy went to a DJ with a name beginning with 'B' !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Think this copy went to a DJ with a name beginning with 'B' !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Definitely...the very same "B" that once overbid me on that Capell 45 LOL...well, its all part of the fun isn`t it frusty2.gif

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Not really that much difference in Tempo from the Earles he Tezzshades.gif

yep ted you're right.................should'nt play the earls either lol

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yep ted you're right.................should'nt play the earls either lol

This is the quality of music that sets standards at all-nighters...and there's nothing wrong, and absoluetly everything right with playing mid-tempo tunes.....

There's plenty of room for all tempos, as proven by the quality of tunes played and embraced at Stafford.

There's a good few uptempo tunes played out today that wouldn't have cut it a few years ago...plenty completely devoid of soul....

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This is the quality of music that sets standards at all-nighters...and there's nothing wrong, and absoluetly everything right with playing mid-tempo tunes.....

There's plenty of room for all tempos, as proven by the quality of tunes played and embraced at Stafford.

There's a good few uptempo tunes played out today that wouldn't have cut it a few years ago...plenty completely devoid of soul....

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This is the quality of music that sets standards at all-nighters...and there's nothing wrong, and absoluetly everything right with playing mid-tempo tunes.....

There's plenty of room for all tempos, as proven by the quality of tunes played and embraced at Stafford.

There's a good few uptempo tunes played out today that wouldn't have cut it a few years ago...plenty completely devoid of soul....

Could'nt agree more Cliff

One of the biggest reasons i don't go to many nighters is the silly bollox policy of so called "uptempo" 60's .

Am i right in thinking this policy is something to do with keeping people on their toes, thus ensuring they stay awake ??

Each to their own but i like soul music regardless of tempo .....one of my biggest regrets is missing the whole stafford era sad.gif

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yep ted you're right.................should'nt play the earls either lol

You asked me to play it Tezz at Burnley no less, regret not doing it but it gets played every time now

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Just a few less paced things that prove the point, quality is what counts, not tempo.

Sam Dees - Lonley for you baby

Soul Brothers Inc - Pyramid

Johnny Gilliam - Room full of tears

Bill Wright - Man in love

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Just a few less paced things that prove the point, quality is what counts, not tempo.

Sam Dees - Lonley for you baby

Soul Brothers Inc - Pyramid

Johnny Gilliam - Room full of tears

Bill Wright - Man in love

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Bill Lucas - Cause You're Mine

Johnnie Mae Matthews - I Have No Choice

Jack Montgomery - Don't Turn Your Back On Me

Shirley Edwards - Dream

Inverts - Time Will Change

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Bill Lucas - Cause You're Mine

Johnnie Mae Matthews - I Have No Choice

Jack Montgomery - Don't Turn Your Back On Me

Shirley Edwards - Dream

Inverts - Time Will Change

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BOBBY HUTTON.....COME SEE

BOBBY SHEEN......SOMETHING NEW TO DO

STOPPERS.....COME BACK BABY

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Terry's record player is as old as he is, it plays everthing at 78rpmwhistling.gif

Dave

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Followed up by a more constructive comment:

Magificicent 7 Never Will I (Make My Baby Cry)

George Freenam Down And Out

Roy Hamilton The Panic Is On

M-M & The Peanuts The Phillie

Bobby Hutton Lonely In love

Etc

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edit.

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Just a few less paced things that prove the point, quality is what counts, not tempo.

Sam Dees - Lonley for you baby

Soul Brothers Inc - Pyramid

Johnny Gilliam - Room full of tears

Bill Wright - Man in love

May I add to this some current Hip City down tempo faves

Mal Adams & The Cashmeres Since Man Began

Lee Harvey My Assurance

..is this not already the start of a new thread....current or personal down / slow tempo faves thumbsup.gif

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Blow me Gareth ........that's one that slipped thru the net for me...love listening to Willie Tee ...

had one of the re-issue lp's with this on and honestly thought it was lp only and as i write this i've just researched cos i distinctly remember there were lp only cuts on that album.

BACKTRACKED THE ALBUM info says Originally Released As: Bonatemp 401

Your totally correctthumbup.gif

Nev whats the name of the album ? And how much does the album go for ?

Thansk

Carms

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No worries I can see where you got it :yes: :yes:

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You can get the whole album as a cd from the likes of amazon, cdbaby etc......or you could.

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the sound quality on that CD is awful in places. The bonnetemp 45 comes out ok though. Steve

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Mal Adams & The Cashmeres Since Man Began

awesome :yes:

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any one got info on this please

Back on Topic i hope.....wonderful double sider and rare as a hen's teeth i guess.... I posted a little photo of Mr Dobson's 45 on refosoul a few weeks back. Butch confirmed at the last 100 club it was a keeper....

Willie Tee - Ain't That True Baby - Bonatemp

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5 minutes ago, soulcarp said:

It's  the first time I've seen a blue copy I would say it's a boot there I've stuck my head out and I stick my it 

The one Dave posted on June 9 2011 (above) was blue ?

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Well I've seen two copy's all are dark blue just saying 

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The person who's bid on it will get is fingers burnt 

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20 hours ago, soulcarp said:

It's  the first time I've seen a blue copy I would say it's a boot there I've stuck my head out and I stick my it 

It's only ever been on a blue label. What's your point? 

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Think Thorsten picked one up in Austin too - also dark blue Bonatemp.

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Fingers well and truly burnt if it's not a real one ... just went for $5988.00 ....  :facepalm:

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3 hours ago, Garethx said:

It's only ever been on a blue label. What's your point? 

Never seen a copy of this on the shade it is, all the others I’ve seen are the dark blue.  Can’t make any decision though based on a photograph. 

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5 hours ago, Garethx said:

It's only ever been on a blue label. What's your point? 

Yes dark blue that's my point it's a boot 

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23 minutes ago, soulcarp said:

Yes dark blue that's my point it's a boot 

How do we know it's a boot who booted them ?

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Don't know it's just all wrong a few years ago I got my fingers burnt with a record until I find the details of that seller I can't say any more but it was from a guy from that area in France 

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This record is completely 100% legit and probably the best copy ever available for sale in the world.

The others looked relatively dark because they were comparatively worn and moisture damaged. Also the lighting/exposure/flash will play a part in what colour the label presents in photographs. If the buyer gets what's in that photo it's totally and utterly authentic. 

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12 minutes ago, Garethx said:

This record is completely 100% legit and probably the best copy ever available for sale in the world.

The others looked relatively dark because they were comparatively worn and moisture damaged. Also the lighting/exposure/flash will play a part in what colour the label presents in photographs. If the buyer gets what's in that photo it's totally and utterly authentic. 

Well I hope you are right because someone's payed a lot of money 

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the copy i posted some 8 or 9 years ago was in real bad shape and cracked with label damage... no reason this new listing not real... they got to turn up at some point

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