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Steppers And Ballads Part 2 - Manchester 02/06

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Playlist from last Thursdays session with George and James at the Soup Kitchen. I did two each with Scott Taylor so to fully understand it we need his plays.

Ron Preyer Baltimore Shock

Sheree Brown It's a pleasure Capitol

Gloria Lynne Thank you early bird ABC

Bobby Bennett Days go by PIR

Jay W King I'm so afraid Stateside

William Bell I forgot to be your lover Stax

Louise Freeman How could you run away Shout

Fontella Bass I'm leaving the choice up to you Paula

Little Jimmy Gandy I'm not like the others Roulette

Ray Barretto What part of heaven do you com from Atlantic

First Choice What about me Today

Gladys Knight & Pips The look of love Tamla Motown

Betty Harris What'd I do wrong Sansu

Barbara Lewis Ask the Lonley Enterprise

The Quickest Way Out Hello Stranger Karen

Mike & the Sensations There is nothing I can do about it Highland

Shirley Wahls and Spouse I cry myself to sleep Blue Rock

AWB & Ben E King A star in the ghetto Atlantic

Two Tons of Fun Taking away my space Fantasy

The Stylistics People make the world go round Amherst

All 45s

I will try and get Scott to post his.

The Soul Kitchen is on ever Thursday. Every week is a different theme. This Thursday is funk, and George and James play the best.

Regards Alan

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Guest Dave Turner

Nice playlist Alan, my kinda pace mate.

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I can't remember the exact order but my playlist is as follows (all 7" singles):

Esther Phillips - Home is Where the Hatred is (Kudu) Played in tribute to Gil Scott-Heron.

Maxine Brown - Bella Mia (Avco)

The Dells & The Dramatics - Love is Missing from Our Lives (Cadet)

Ujima - Still Hooked on You (Chelsea)

Tyrone Davis - Are You Serious? (Highrise)

The Dynamic Superiors - One-Nighter (Motown)

L.J. Reynolds & Chocolate Syrup - Let One Hurt Do (Law-Ton)

Peabo Bryson - I Can Make it Better (Bang)

Bunny Sigler - Somebody Loves You (Philly Int.)

Smokey Robinson - A Silent Partner in a Three-Way Love Affair (Motown)

James Brown - People Wake Up and Live (Polydor)

Johnny Baker - Accept Me as I Am (Cisco)

Ronnie Dyson - I Think I'll Tell Her (CBS)

Edwin Starr - Love (the Lonely People's Prayer) (Motown)

Gladys Knight & the Pips - The Only Time You Love Me is When You're Losing Me (Soul)

L.V. Johnson - It's Not My Time (ICA)

Debbie Taylor - Never Gonna Let Him Know (GWP)

Sisters Love - Are You Lonely? (A&M)

Stuff 'N' Ramjett - Time (Chelsea)

Bettye Swann - Heading in the Right Direction (Atlantic)

It's always a pleasure to play with Alan whose taste is very similar to mine.

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Playlist from last Thursdays session with George and James at the Soup Kitchen. I did two each with Scott Taylor so to fully understand it we need his plays.

Ron Preyer Baltimore Shock

Sheree Brown It's a pleasure Capitol

Gloria Lynne Thank you early bird ABC

Bobby Bennett Days go by PIR

Jay W King I'm so afraid Stateside

William Bell I forgot to be your lover Stax

Louise Freeman How could you run away Shout

Fontella Bass I'm leaving the choice up to you Paula

Little Jimmy Gandy I'm not like the others Roulette

Ray Barretto What part of heaven do you com from Atlantic

First Choice What about me Today

Gladys Knight & Pips The look of love Tamla Motown

Betty Harris What'd I do wrong Sansu

Barbara Lewis Ask the Lonley Enterprise

The Quickest Way Out Hello Stranger Karen

Mike & the Sensations There is nothing I can do about it Highland

Shirley Wahls and Spouse I cry myself to sleep Blue Rock

AWB & Ben E King A star in the ghetto Atlantic

Two Tons of Fun Taking away my space Fantasy

The Stylistics People make the world go round Amherst

What a great set ! Just goes to prove that its imagination that makes a DJ play with INSPIRATION not a big bank balance.

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