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was just in tescos dundee.

sure i was hearing soul music from somewhere.

there was a small stereo on a shelf belting out falcons/im a fool i must love you,wade flemons/that other place & then accents/better think again.

the 1st 2 tunes are on common-ish cd compelations,but un'usual to hear accents in the mainstream shopping centre,lol.

cheered my day,up after arguing with the plumber to fix water pouring out of overflow after he put in new bathroom & nae fixing it.

steve.

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Guest Dave Turner

I went for a pub meal with some relatives a couple of weeks ago near Nottingham. General crap middle of the road background music when all of a sudden Bobby Treetop "Wait Till I get To Know Ya" comes on, nearly choked on me scampi -- then it was back to Tony Bennet, Dean Martin etc.

All very odd :huh:

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my tesco just belts out new dance shite

That at Wath Dave ?

When I go in , I am usually on auto pilot and oblivious to any programmed muzakal tripe .

Malc

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There's an upscale grocery store in St. Paul that must have a manager that likes soul music at a nice loud level, as I've strolled in and heard My Girl, Martha Reeves and The Vandellas and tons of cool soul stuff as I'm grabbing a gallon of milk. I've wanted to let the manager know I'm impressed with his choices!

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The shopping centre under where I work in Hull has Ann Sexton - You've been Gone Too Long, and Bobby Sheen - Something New To Do along with a few nice 70s things on the tape loop it uses the most, nearly died of shock 1st time i heard it, thought i'd still got the ipad plugged in to my ears!

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That at Wath Dave ?

When I go in , I am usually on auto pilot and oblivious to any programmed muzakal tripe .

Malc

thats the one malc.....................shite.......always in the entrance :facepalm:

dave

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my tesco just belts out new dance shite

I heard Arthur Willis & The Soulful Dynamics in Smiths the other day.

not really

Like you Dave, it's just dross they play round here, I wonder if it's a regional thing?

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The best thing about London,no music in the supermarkets :D

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Guest sharmo 1

heard Wayne Gibson "under my thumb" in Buildbase in Burton once it cheered me up as I'm very fond of that U.K number .Regards Simon.

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Guest Nick Harrison
:D :D - like to shop in those down market Morrison's cause of the "Richard Searling" music connection :lol: .

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got in a lift the other day and most of the current beat ballads were played wouldnt of noticed but an old lady next to me said this music is shite isnt it and i had to agree

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no wonder the soul night scene is dead on it's arse, they all go shopping instead. :glare:

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A-1 diner outside of Grantham one Sunday morning and on comes Lee Garrett can't break the habit,

Asked the waiter and he said it's from a Dutch company and you buy 10,000 random tracks at a time, allsorts was played in short time I was there but nO more soul

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