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Did this ever get played at Wigan in '76 cos l never heard it.....But isn't just a rip-off off Nosmo-King And The Javells-Goodbye Nothing To Say?? :yes:

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Did this ever get played at Wigan in '76 cos l never heard it.....But isn't just a rip-off off Nosmo-King And The Javells-Goodbye Nothing To Say?? :yes:

Yes and Yes,

although they used it in the film Slapshot :yes:

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Did this ever get played at Wigan in '76 cos l never heard it.....But isn't just a rip-off off Nosmo-King And The Javells-Goodbye Nothing To Say?? :yes:

NO + NO

I' THOUGHT THE SAME AS NOSMO KING BUT ON A PRIOR THREAD ON THE BOARD SOMEONE ELSE SAID IT AINT THE SAME BACKING + PERSONALLY CAN'T REMEMBER HEARING IT AT THE CASINO.

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Did this ever get played at Wigan in '76 cos l never heard it.....But isn't just a rip-off off Nosmo-King And The Javells-Goodbye Nothing To Say?? thumbsup.gif

The original release of / for " Goodbye " by Nosmo was in 1974 .

The addition of " King & The Javells " and " Nothing To Say " were for the re-release of the record following its' popularity on the NS scene .

" RBWWSF " was released in 1975 , and was more likely to have been an homage than a rip off , and if you wanted to , you could also say that about her follow up " Love Hit Me "

Malc

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The original release of / for " Goodbye " by Nosmo was in 1974 .

The addition of " King & The Javells " and " Nothing To Say " were for the re-release of the record following its' popularity on the NS scene .

" RBWWSF " was released in 1975 , and was more likely to have been an homage than a rip off , and if you wanted to , you could also say that about her follow up

" Love Hit Me "

Malc

Mr. Levine told me, some years ago, that J Vincent Edwards (the writer/prducer of RBWWSF) admitted to him that the Javells 45 was the melodic source for 'Right Back...'

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Mr. Levine told me, some years ago, that J Vincent Edwards (the writer/prducer of RBWWSF) admitted to him that the Javells 45 was the melodic source for 'Right Back...'

" Melodic source " / " homage " ....... more or less the same creature biggrin.gif

I would assume that the other writer of " RBWWSF " - Pierre Tubbs - was more " responsible " , as he had more than a passing knowledge of the " style " , i.e. with his writing and producing of " Serving A Sentence Of Life " for Carl Douglas .

Malc

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