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:lol: How about As soon as darkness fall Roscoe Shelton and Just ask the Delcos.

Sorry cant put them up im still stuck in the sixties.

Al H

Roscoe Shelton - Soon As Darkness Falls - SS7 (Soundclip from Refosoul Archive)

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just posted that up see previous post. :rolleyes:

Sorry didn't see it was the same.

I find it amazing as I remember Keb playing it at Stafford as a cover up !

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Sorry didn't see it was the same.

I find it amazing as I remember Keb playing it at Stafford as a cover up !

yeah 'tis....you can appreciate the tune better once you've seen the vid. :rolleyes:

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Ella Washington's last single on SS7

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I think this is the issue of Willie Hobbs How Could My Baby Know. It looks like this and Mr Lovemaker were both demo'd seperately as single sided demo's

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Edited by John Reed

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A slight variant to the Paul Vann, Dave posted earlier....

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The issue of Bill Brantley, the other side of Grandaddy

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Chuck Armstrong

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More Paul Vann

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Ella Washington's last single on SS7

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I think this is the issue of Willie Hobbs How Could My Baby Know. It looks like this and Mr Lovemaker were both demo'd seperately as single sided demo's

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"How could my baby know", what a record, never hreard it before CD swap John

Kev

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"How could my baby know", what a record, never hreard it before CD swap John

Kev

Eddie Hubbard takes the credit on this one....:yes: We were discussing Willie Hobbs on EMS (I think) a few years ago and Eddie highlighted this, which until then was unknown to me also. It's been in refosoul since then...

It also got a South African release on Monument

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Guest Dave Turner

Can anyone tell me anything about Charles Smith who did a few excellent 45s on Seventy Seven. Did he release anything else either under that name or another?

77-106 - Charles Smith & Jeff Cooper - My Great Loss (Ashes To Ashes) / Glad To Be Home - 1972

77-115 - Charles Smith - I'm Useless / Pull Me Out Of The Water

77-121 - Charles Smith - Why Can't I Cry / It's Getting Harder To Get By - 1973

77-129 - Charles Smith - Full Time Fool / I Want To Love You - 1973

So far I haven't heard a duff track from him, for instance --------

Charles Smith - I'm Useless - ss7

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I had quite a bit of stuff to post in this thread but got busy. I love The Monarchs "What Made You Change Your Mind" on SS7. I recently got Piney Brown "Nashville Wimmin" which I'm liking at the moment. Ella Washington has so many great sides. A lot of the common titles like Ella Washington & Joe Simon got local New Zealand presses on the Monument label. They look really nice but aren't great (as loud) pressings :thumbsup: as the US ones.

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Don' t know if the scan will show (first ever attempt!) but I've just bought

JOE SIMON - LONG HOT SUMMER and it's on the Black Sound Stage 7 label but

has Disc Jockey etc. text underneath , I thought they were all Black/White demos?

Cheers

Swifty :thumbsup:

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