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BASICS RHYTHM AND SOUL STARTS OF THE NEW YEAR ON 11TH FEB WITH A SPECIAL NIGHT ....

WE HAVE GAINED A NEW RESIDENT IN THE FORM OF GERRY McWILLIAMS AND I AM PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE GUEST IS NONE OTHER THAN

NEIL HENDERSON (HIDEAWAY)

THE TIME IS STILL 8PM - 1AM WITH £5 ENTRY AND A FREE CD TO THE 25 OR SO IN THE DOOR

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Guest carolyn

Hi Davie,

Have a good one in February. Unfortunately we wont be able to come to this one, but are hoping to come up to Edinburgh again soon.

From Carolyn & Karl

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BASICS RHYTHM AND SOUL STARTS OF THE NEW YEAR ON 11TH FEB WITH A SPECIAL NIGHT ....

WE HAVE GAINED A NEW RESIDENT IN THE FORM OF GERRY McWILLIAMS AND I AM PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE GUEST IS NONE OTHER THAN

NEIL HENDERSON (HIDEAWAY)

THE TIME IS STILL 8PM - 1AM WITH £5 ENTRY AND A FREE CD TO THE 25 OR SO IN THE DOOR

Us "auld yins" will be there Davie :yes:

Lenny

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I'll be popping along to this tomorrow, think my "non-soulie" flatmate is coming along too as "the telly's crap and the wine's cheap down there" (plus she loved the last one we went to :thumbsup: )

Any other Soul Sourcers up for a good healthy dose of the early stuff? :dance: whistling.gif

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Guest Andy BB

Is that gerry "I f*ckin hate London" McWilliams?

Tell him the miserable London Mods say hello whistling.gif

He's got some great records.

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Thanks to everyone who came along last night !

Here's my set list

all the best

Early Doors

Who Do You Love Clydie King & Mel Carter (Philips)

I Believe In You - Ruby Lee (Poptone)

Oh She Was Pretty - Sterling Magee (TRC)

Don't Give Me Love -Dorothy Beery (Big Three)

Who Knows - Marion Black (Capsoul)

I Finally Got Wise - Billy Keen (Galaxy)

I Don't Mind - Carolyn Cooke (RCA Victor)

Don't Let You Eyes.. - Sylvia Robbins (Sue)

Little Girl - Roger Wade (Harmon)

I'll Try - Sam & Bill (Decca)

No Stranger To Love - Inez & Charlie Fox (Musicor)

Being Without You - Maurice Williams (Deesu)

That's How Long.. - Shirley Wahls (King)

Someone's Gonna Cry - Pattie Austin (Coral)

Later On

Don't Mess With My Man - Irma Thomas (Ron)

Every Dog Got It's Day -Eddie Bo (Ric)

Would You Love Me - Wanda Rouzan (Frisco)

You Can't Go - Lonnie Lester (Nu-Tone)

No more Doggin - ZZ Hill (Kent)

Sorry About That - Al Reed (Axe)

Is She In Your Town - Cutis Lee (Mira)

The Wrong Girl - The Showmen (Minit)

I Can't Please You - Jimmy Robins (Jerhart)

Running For My Life - Roscoe Shelton (Sound Stage 7)

She'll Be gone - Betty O'Brien (Liberty)

Got to Have Your Love - Roy Roberts (Ninandy)

Wherever You Were - Bud Harper (Peacock)

He Broke Your Game Wide Open - Frank Dell (Valise)

Lonely You'll Be - Calvin Williams (Atco)

Wait Until It Happens To You - Peppermint Harris (Jewel)

Wishing And Hoping - Billy Keene (Vault)

It's All Over - The Gee's (Port)

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Great night guys, really good mixture of tunes and a good crowd in (including, I believe, some far-travelled Soul Sourcers - hello Mr Ferret :lol: ) :dance: :D

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Yes! The Ferretts were there!!

Having read this thread, I am almost embarrassed to say that 'early' RnB type tunes are not usually my cup of tea (give me some Crossover or mid tempo Detroit group harmony anyday!!).

Having said that, we had a brilliant night and the tunes were mixed up enough for us to leave the venue sweaty after several hours of dancing. Even found myself liking a B.B. King track which is previously unheard of for me!!

The Edinburgh crowd made us feel really welcome and the music took me back to my Mod days in the mid 80's. Never did find anyone willing to discuss TV175 gear ratios though!!! :D The Spider's Web is a great cellar bar venue in Haymarket with more than a touch of the 100 Club about it :huh:

Thanks to everyone who we chatted with. Apologies for any garlic/beer fumes as we had been out for an Italian earlier :lol:

The Spider's Web is definately recommended to all Soul Sourcers!!

It made an excellent weekend in Edinburgh into a perfect one. unsure.gif

Thanks again chaps. Great CD by the way. Ferrett favourites so far are Spencer Wiggins, La Brenda Ben and The Elgins (All male group - presumably not the Motown Elgins???).

Ferretts (AKA Neil & Chimene)

Edited by Ferrett

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