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Heard a great 70's track a couple of years back called I've always Been In Love with You by Daddy Maxfield....

I've never seen or heard of anything by the bauld Mr Maxfield.......is it a c/up, is it on 7"? How much? Does it get played?

Anybody know anything about it??

John

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I don't know the song you refer to but "Daddy Maxfield" is the name sometimes used by song-writing duo "Louie Maxfield" and "Graham Daddy". That said though, they are a bit... err .... ROCK.. so probably not one and the same.

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is there anything about music you don't know Kolla? Me, I'd have to spend hours on the night trying to find out half the stuff you throw off the cuff. Impressive!

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Sorry for any confusion, that should be hours on the NET. Doh! Nuts! Mmmm dohnuts.........

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Laughing paul ... cause i don't actually know anything very useful like "How to make a no.1 record" ...

I only know the Daddy /Maxfield thing because some of their stuff was sampled years ago by Larry Levan , Todd Terry etc... i was fairly fascinated by the New York house scene for a brief blip in the mid-80s. Aaah did i say that out loud.

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see, there you go again, dropping Larry Levan into the conversation, I know who he is only because I read that fascinating book "Last night a DJ saved my life" but can't say I recognise Todd Terry.

Would have guessed you had a passing interest in house though from a comment you made on the House in modern rooms thread.

We'll have to have a natter on Saturday over a couple of Stellas.

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... cause i don't actually know anything very useful like "How to make a no.1 record" ...

hey kolla

isnt there a KLF book on that very subject? perhaps if you read it you'd know all their secrets

KLF UH HUH UH HUH

i just remembered something funny - utah saints! hahahaha

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KLF Wendy was (one third) Chris King, northern DJ. Don't know who the other blokes were though.

Not even good pop.

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Heard a great 70's track a couple of years back called I've always Been In Love with You by Daddy Maxfield....

I've never seen or heard of anything by the bauld Mr Maxfield.......is it a c/up, is it on 7"? How much? Does it get played?

Anybody know anything about it??

John

No it's not a cover up Mark Baildon and a couple of the other guy's from the Greatstone in Manchester have been championing this one for a while now i'm sure the last one i heard of being sold did so for around £150 not sure of the label off the top of my head though sorry

JoT

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Nice one Johnny, just had Honest John on the phone to me complaining that me and Kolla took the thread off on a tangent and he's no closer to knowing about the record.

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KLF Wendy was (one third) Chris King, northern DJ. Don't know who the other blokes were though.

Not even good pop.

not good pop?! but they were no. 1 & on Top of The Pops - the barometer of all things pop (before CD:UK came along that is)

of course i would have you believe that there is no such thing as bad pop music......

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I don't think Chris King was involved with the KLF. Aren't you thinking of KWS (who scored a number one hit with their cover of Please Don't Go)?

Neil Rushton was invokved with CK on this.

The KLF were AWESOME: Bill Drummond, ex of Teardrop Explodes, formed KLF...3am Eternal, Justified Ancients of Mu-Mu...burning a million pounds... art terrorists...great days

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Heard a great 70's track a couple of years back called I've always Been In Love with You by Daddy Maxfield....

I've never seen or heard of anything by the bauld Mr Maxfield.......is it a c/up, is it on 7"? How much? Does it get played?

Anybody know anything about it??

John

John its from 1976 on United Artists XW -827

b-side "you're breaking my heart" no idea of value sorry

Danny

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I stand corrected on the KLF thing Dan, when you said KWS I remembered.

Anyway Wendy, No 1 in the pop charts is no indication of a good tune - Aneka "Japanese Boy", The Tweets, Agadoo, the list is endless.

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No it's not a cover up Mark Baildon and a couple of the other guy's from the Greatstone in Manchester have been championing this one for a while now i'm sure the last one i heard of being sold did so for around £150 not sure of the label off the top of my head though sorry

JoT

Hope Your right.....just tracked one down for $12.

Turns out it's Daddy Masfield..........or at least that's what I found it listed as.

I'm sure it was at the Greatstone I heard it alrite!!!!!!!

Expect it to get some action in Dublin over the next few months

Thanks

John

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John its from 1976 on United Artists XW -827

b-side "you're breaking my heart" no idea of value sorry

Danny

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Hello Stomper45,

Lou Maxfield here of fab Daddy-Maxfield fame. I just wanted to tell you and all the great people at Soul-Source how much I appreciate your interest.

"I've Always Been In Love With You" was part of a deal we had with United Artists. The rights have reverted back to Graham Daddy (real name) and myself, so we'll probably release the track as a 12" or a CD single. Thanks again for the support.

Cheers,

Lou Natkin (a/k/a Lou Maxfield)

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