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right weve had your fav record the one you wouldnt part with, the rerest you own......ect wot about he one that really hits you in the chest rips out your heart and makes the hairs all over your body stand on end. you know wot im talkin about that record that can reduce you to tears

well heres mine

eddie whitehead just your fool.. blackjack

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Brilliant post this one, right off the top of my head Marie Knight " A Little Too Lonely" (Musicor), that one really does get me going, and Jimmy Burns " It Used To Be" (Tip Top) good god almighty that is an incredible track, infact i could walk outside and "ROAR" like a red haired child...............

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Funny this, I know. However the one that gets me is an instrumental :-

"DeeDee" McArthur - Girl we're in love (Universal Sound)

The flute just touches my Soul - I put my own words to it (in my head) depending on how I'm getting on with my wife. But every time I play it, I use my headphones, crank up the volume and drift away on an sea of emotion. THIS RECORD TO ME IS PURE SOUL.

Simon

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Not really thought about one particular track for myself.... I know loads mek me hair stand and give me a shudder for some past thought, memory, whatever.... but for me one track that stands out for a different reason is.... Timi Yuro - It'll Never Be Over For Me.... played (and again, and again, on replay me thinks) on entry and exit at the mighty "Bub's" funeral in Barnsley.... got everybody.... so much meaning about the guy and his affection for the scene.... and for everybody that was there....

Always liked the track but when I hear it now.... well.... say no more....

That big old "allniter in the sky" will be a much livelier place with him....

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TRACK THAT STILL DOES IT FOR ME HAS TO BE RAY POLLARD THE DRIFTER MORE THAN 20 YEARS SINCE FIRST HEARING IT AND IT STILL REDUCES ME TO A QUIVERING WRECK

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I have to admit Timi Yuro is one that will always get my full attention - fantastic record that always hits you where it hurts. Another one for me is when Roger Banks plays Le Reine La Mar 'that's not the way to love' / Marion Stewart 'I must be losing you' at the Wilton. These are records that I won't let anyone interrupt. Proper good!

Shane

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Brilliant choices guys, especially Timi Yuro.

Not the rarest of records, but as the post asks for the one that plucks your heart strings it has to be Ruby Andrews 'Just Loving You'. Her voice just makes my eyes fill up. The sheer pain, emotion and the clarity of her voice just blows me away.

As a small boy one track that sticks in my mind is Tyrone Barkley 'Man Of Value' My Old Man had it on a tape and I used to play it over and over again. Perhaps I should have listened to what Tyrone was singing about - and just maybe I wouldn't have turned out like this!!!!

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Ella Woods- "I need your love" Merging

The emotion in her voice as she pleads "love ME" although she knows she will never have the guy she wants...Makes my eyes fill up every time! Brilliant!

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What a question!!!!!! But for me pound for pound has to be Sam Williams - Love Slipped Through My Fingers - Tower Records........Why just awesome lyrics, a powerhouse vocal that will level a city and leave it begging for more.

Regards - Mark Bicknell

Ps - See you all on Saturday at THE NEW CENTURY SOUL CLUB, and i'll show you what i mean!!!!!!!!

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Top 3 for me, in order are........

Holidays (Steve Mancha) - I lost you - Groove City. Quality will always out!

Jackie Wilson - Since you showed me to be happy - Brunswick

Volumes - That same old feeling - Impact

Top soul 45 of all time for me.....

Otis Redding - Try a little tenderness - Volt. POWER - GRIT - GRUNT - BS&Ts. Has it all.

Regards,

Dave

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Little Anthony - Hurt so bad - Veep

Even though I've played it a million time, it still make the hair stand up (literally) when he sings "You loved me before, please love me again, I can't let you go back to him"

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Satin - Your love's got me - Shell

Lee Moses - Bad Girl - Musicor

Ray Pollard - The drifter - UA

'Nuff said, won't even try to comment these.

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Here's mine 1. Paris Blue's (Tony Middleton) .Incredible Production...Still makes the Hairs stand up on the Back of me neck...thats before the VIAGRA!

2.Tony Hester(Just can't leave you) What a Talent that guy was .

3.Frankie Beveley(If thats what you wanted ) That Intro ..is unmatched

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Could I be fallin in love with you-sly johnson, Im chockin everytime i hear it its like bambi, ET and watershipdown rolled into one.

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