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Great choices Chalky, especially Ralph Graham, "Let me love you" favourite of many good tracks

 

Kev

Nice Kev and Chalky - new to me.

 

Peter

 

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on this point i wonder if anyone uses spotify to play their soul tunes at home and if so is there a decent amount of decent soul music on there?

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on this point i wonder if anyone uses spotify to play their soul tunes at home and if so is there a decent amount of decent soul music on there?

 

 

I've never used it to be honest.  Had the app on my phone and iPod but since deleted it.  Can't imagine they have much that I don't have already apart for newer material.

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Today's listening pleasure so far whilst writing a review of the new Brent CD from Kent, was (again for about the 10th time) The new Brent CD, then 4 LP's,

 

Ralph Graham - Differently (again)

The Players - He'll be Back - Minit

Patti Austin - Havana Candy - CTI

Phyllis Hyman - Living All Alone - Philly Int.

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Virgil Griffin and Rythm Kings - A Forgotten Lover

Flame and The Sons of Darkness  - Solid Funk

Rockie Robbins - Hang Tough

Luther Davis Group - Keep on Dancin

Eboney Essence - Let me in

The Douglas High School - Black is Beautiful

C.Henry Woods Troupe - The Stranger

The Sweet Delights - Baby Be Mine

Words of Wisdom - You're a Friend of Mine

Glass House - Playing Games

The Contessas - Keep On Keeping On

 

had some nice Aussie bits, Canadian singer Patsy Gallant - Are You Ready for Love is a tad poppy, but great for $3 flip is  'World Of Fantasy.. ' also nice track.. she has a great voice...

 

Mal

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Doing prep for tomorrows radio show so playing these 

 

Archie Bell and the Drells ‘don’t let your love get you down’

Kendra Lou and the Miracles ‘everyday’

Kings of Tomorrow ‘finally’

Eloise Laws ‘if you don’t watch out’

Jackson Sisters ‘shake her loose’

Fletcher Walker 111 ‘didn’t we’

The Lovelites ‘ my conscience’

Masqueraders ‘ how big is big’

Virgil Henry ‘ I’ll be true’

Loveman Ronnie Stokes ‘touch you again’

Slim Smith ‘ain’t too proud to beg’

Leo McCorkle ‘on top of the world’

Elliott Small ‘stay in my heart’

Timi Yuro ‘I ain’t gonna cry no more’  

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Doing prep for tomorrows radio show so playing these 

 

Archie Bell and the Drells ‘don’t let your love get you down’

Good track this Andy, Ive got it on British Portrait as a 45, which I was told when I bought it, is the only way to get it on 7?

 

mal

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The entire Carla Whitney album, love it and perfect for a relaxing Sunday while my roast lamb cooks !

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The Soul City "I Shot For The Moon"...currently in the shadows of their GoodTime 45's, but this Mercury release is solid Northern Soul...should be a classic Oldie, rather than an unknown to the masses:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ogvpz2-DEk

 

I gave it spins at Lifeline and other places some years ago, good under rated 45 and under the radar of many as you say. 

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I gave it spins at Lifeline and other places some years ago, good under rated 45 and under the radar of many as you say. 

 

Punches above its weight as they say...certainly sounds like a £1000 track to my ears! :yes:

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Currently i am really digging the root soul destiny Japan CD expensive but there's not really a duff track Imo. Oh yes it's real instruments. Clips on youtube if your interested

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Good track this Andy, Ive got it on British Portrait as a 45, which I was told when I bought it, is the only way to get it on 7?

 

mal

Hi Mal, mines the 12" which also includes 'where will you go when the partys over'

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kev cane, on 15 Sept 2014 - 1:17 PM, said:

Great thread, some great plays, these are my current faves on the turntable

 

http://youtu.be/qrV-GtsGZQ8

 

 

 

Nothing 100 mph mind

 

Kev :thumbsup: 

Nice Kev

 

Peter

 

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Good track this Andy, Ive got it on British Portrait as a 45, which I was told when I bought it, is the only way to get it on 7?

 

mal

 

Pretty sure I have a UK PIR 7" of this, likely to be a demo if I had it as generally just collected UK demos of Philly, Will check when I get home. I haven't seen a US one now you mention it, although not been looking too hard.

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Good track this Andy, Ive got it on British Portrait as a 45, which I was told when I bought it, is the only way to get it on 7?

That was reissued in the mid 80's on both a 7" and 12" after it was being played by the likes of Norman Jay.  Is the 7" an edit or is it the same length as the original LP version?

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That was reissued in the mid 80's on both a 7" and 12" after it was being played by the likes of Norman Jay.  Is the 7" an edit or is it the same length as the original LP version?

Mine doesn't have a time on it,  the below scan is off the net but its identical to mine... says Printed: 1976

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Mine doesn't have a time on it,  the below scan is off the net but its identical to mine... says Printed: 1976

Was defiantly a retrospective release, as there were quite a few miffed people (including me) who’d been playing it from the LP as at the time the LP was in-demand and quite tough to find.  Also, UK Portrait changed from a grey to a black label in the early 80s.  Sly and the Family Stone’s Family Affair/Dance To the Music and Barbara Dickson’s Caravan Song originally UK Epic releases also got re-released on black portrait as well around the same time.

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Currently one is grooving to the utter bewilderment of his 11 year old daughter to the unissued David (Ruffin) album purchased via the medium of the silver disc. In a word AWESOME! Now excuse me I need to get back to gliding across the kitchen floor.......

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An awful lot of modern seventies stuff - Jackie Moore, Jeff Perry, Four Below Zero, Greg Perry, Dells, don't normally go for that kinda stuff but sounds great in the sitting room. :thumbsup:

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Chris L, on 15 Sept 2014 - 5:30 PM, said:

An awful lot of modern seventies stuff - Jackie Moore, Jeff Perry, Four Below Zero, Greg Perry, Dells, don't normally go for that kinda stuff but sounds great in the sitting room. :thumbsup:

You know its the way forward Chris.

 

Peter

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My current spins at mine at moment a mix of soul and mod style tunes

 

bobby hebb / crazy baby

the prohets / I dont love you know more baby

sandy nelson / twine time

quick brown / fox workin on my thing

the new breed / unto us

crabby appleton / try

gene latter and the detours / my life aint easy

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Loving this at the moment

 

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Another couple

 

 

 

Kev

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on this point i wonder if anyone uses spotify to play their soul tunes at home and if so is there a decent amount of decent soul music on there?

Yes I use it. It can be useful when I'm using the Ipad and can't play PC only tracks on youtube or Manship. I also find that it has a good selection of Blues music.

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This great group Soul side ...

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I had a rare chance to pull out some records this morning after dropping off the wee one at Pre-School. Here's what floated my boat..........

 

Arnold Albury and the Casuals - My baby don't understand - Dade

Ernest and D.L. Rocco - Moon child - Del-Nita

The Crusaders - Keep that same old feeling -ABC

Brenda and Albert - This has happened before - Clarama

Mind and Matter - The wonder of it all - Numero

 

 

gary

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IN ANSWER TO YOUR QUESTION.........WOOL  :lol:

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Well me last half dozen were

 

Herbie Williams - Funky from the git go - El Toro

Talmadge Armstrong - Colour me soul - Jetstream

Sarah Simpson - Never a dull moment - Soul Po Tion

Masterminds - We got to get together - Reynolds

Ernie Hines - Electrified love - We Produce

Charmels - Please Uncle Sam - Volt

 

Tricky 

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I had a rare chance to pull out some records this morning after dropping off the wee one at Pre-School. Here's what floated my boat..........

 

Arnold Albury and the Casuals - My baby don't understand - Dade

Ernest and D.L. Rocco - Moon child - Del-Nita

The Crusaders - Keep that same old feeling -ABC

Brenda and Albert - This has happened before - Clarama

Mind and Matter - The wonder of it all - Numero

 

 

gary

 

Gary

 

That Brenda and Albert track is on my CD for the latest swap.

 

Awesome.

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Another LP, Curtis Mayfield film score to Claudine.

 

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This evening, I have mostly been digging about on YT, Google and the usual sites for anything by Kim Tolliver, I only knew her from the NS dancer "I don't know what foot to dance on " on the Castro label. What a voice! she recorded for Chess, Rojac, Revillot, Tayster and GA.

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Another LP, Curtis Mayfield film score to Claudine.

 

Very nice!

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Very nice!

 

It's a great LP all the way through.  If you didn't see the cover you wouldn't realise it was a film score.

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It's a great LP all the way through.  If you didn't see the cover you wouldn't realise it was a film score.

Ive never heard this before.. your right, squint and its a killer side / Lp...

 

i want one... :thumbsup:

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Ive never heard this before.. your right, squint and its a killer side / Lp...

 

i want one... :thumbsup:

Gladys Knight-Make yours a happy home, its a british 45 release Mal, cheaper than a pint

 

Best

 

Kev

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Gladys Knight-Make yours a happy home, its a british 45 release Mal, cheaper than a pint

 

Best

 

Kev

Great record too.

 

Peter

 

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Spun this a bit of late - right up my street. The great Darryl Carter - Crying.

 

 

Peter

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