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Can anyone identify the following tracks that Pat played at Stafford?

Unknown "You Can't Mean It"

Unknown "My Life's Changing"

Unknown "You Always Put Me Down"

Unknown "If It Makes You Feel Good"

Unknown "Watch Yourself"

Unknown "After All This Time"

Unknown "You Just Left Me Memories"

Unknown "We've Got Nothing To Hide"

Unknown "Only A Matter Of Time"

Unknown "I'm Uptight"

Unknown "No More Bad Feeling"

Unknown "As True As Can Be"

Unknown "It Can't Always Be"

Unknown "If Only They Knew"

Unknown "I Just Can't Go Back"

Unknown "All The Love I Need"

Unknown "My Baby (Ain't Going Nowhere)"

Unknown "Just Can't Let You Go"

Unknown "The Spy Trap"

Unknown "Everybody Knows (I Love You)"

Unknown "That's What I Need"

Unknown "I'll Never Let You Go"

Unknown "You're Breaking My Heart"

Unknown "Mine And Only Mine"

Unknown "Just Keep On Loving Me"

Unknown "Love's Got To Be Right"

First one cold be Curly Moore.

Watch Yourself could be Tony Hester.

Just Keep On Loving Me could be Lee Jennings or Steve Mancha or the Halos??

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I'm uptight - Paul Sindab.?

Watch yourself - could have been Al Gardner?

You're breaking my heart - Dream Merchants.?

Assuming these are the real titles.

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Paul Sindab was a Wigan spin so we sorta discounted that one.

 

Watch Yourself could be Al Gardner or Tony Hester, Eddie Hubbard gonna check a few things later.

Dream Merchants possibility.

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Watch Yourself, The Nature Boys.

 

Aid.

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Just Keep On Loving Me, Steve Mancha, Groovesville??

 

Aid.

 

Edit: just seen the bottom of your post Chalky, I see you had it down as SM.

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WATCH YOURSELF - NAT HALL ( SOUL BOSS )

WE'VE GOT NOTHING TO HIDE - AL AND JET (PHILIPS ) also played at Morecambe as THE JEWELS c/u

AS TRUE AS YOU CAN BE - MONZAS - INSTANT LOVE ( PACIFIC ) SEVEN SOULS c /u

ALL THE LOVE I NEED - JOHNNY CURTIS ( SUMPTER ) flip side also played as MARVIN STINTON. BORN FOR YOU

MY BABY AIN'T GOING NOWHERE - JIMMY REED JR ( MERCURY ) MELVIN DAVIS c / u

JUST CAN' T LET YOU GO - NEAL KIMBLE ( TRC RECORDS ) IF IT WAS' NT FOR THE CHILDREN GEORGE KIRBY c / u

YOU'RE BREAKING MY HEART - THE DREAM MERCHANTS ( RENEE ) WALTER & THE ADMIRATIONS c / u

As for the other titles I only know the cover up titles Chalky . Hope the above titles help .

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Thanks for your help so far Guys.  

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WATCH YOURSELF - NAT HALL ( SOUL BOSS )WE'VE GOT NOTHING TO HIDE - AL AND JET (PHILIPS ) also played at Morecambe as THE JEWELS c/uAS TRUE AS YOU CAN BE - MONZAS - INSTANT LOVE ( PACIFIC ) SEVEN SOULS c /uALL THE LOVE I NEED - JOHNNY CURTIS ( SUMPTER ) flip side also played as MARVIN STINTON. BORN FOR YOUMY BABY AIN'T GOING NOWHERE - JIMMY REED JR ( MERCURY ) MELVIN DAVIS c / uJUST CAN' T LET YOU GO - NEAL KIMBLE ( TRC RECORDS ) IF IT WAS' NT FOR THE CHILDREN GEORGE KIRBY c / uYOU'RE BREAKING MY HEART - THE DREAM MERCHANTS ( RENEE ) WALTER & THE ADMIRATIONS c / uAs for the other titles I only know the cover up titles Chalky . Hope the above titles help .

Big help that mate :thumbsup: I try not to use anything I'm not sure about and most importantly if no one else is sure about. I will,send the ones left to Pat see if he can remember.

Thanks for everyone else's input. Any info on the others would be appreciated. Need to be sure though on what they really are.

I didn't realise how much modern Pat played till I began gathering the tracks for his podcasts.

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I didn't realise how much modern Pat played till I began gathering the tracks for his podcasts.

That's the pre Stafford Clifton Hall influence Chalky :D

 

Will be with Pat in a few weeks at Brid & normally have a natter with him about the good old days so I'll copy the above list & ask him.

Bet he's forgot most of them though unless he thinks he can sell e'm me :)

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That's the pre Stafford Clifton Hall influence Chalky :D

Will be with Pat in a few weeks at Brid & normally have a natter with him about the good old days so I'll copy the above list & ask him.

Bet he's forgot most of them though unless he thinks he can sell e'm me :)

:lol::rolleyes:

I've emailed the list to Pat, hopefully he'll get back as soon as he sees the list.

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Unknown "You're Breaking My Heart....George Pepp perhaps? :g:

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Unknown "You're Breaking My Heart....George Pepp perhaps? :g:

Ey up Edwin, nah it's the Dream Merchants. George Pepp was a George Sharp spin at that time, he got the first copy from Tim Ashibende.

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Cheers Chalky...I remember George Sharp playing it,but didn't know who'd played it first.

Off topic....is George still about?...he used to play some cracking tunes :yes:

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George has been to Lifeline a couple of times, Cleggy and other places. He DJ'ed at Radcliffe recently. He is on face book and here as Monkey.

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Always Loved the Johnny Curtis Track = Johnny Curtis - The Soul Kind Of Love (Sumpter 1100) Top Blue Eyed Northern with a Great Instro Break About 1:40 in.

Kirsty

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Oh And Was The Mine & Only Mine Track the Bill Lucas C/U - Cause I Know Your Mine on Dionn 502 Thought It was Covered as Jock Mitchell Chalky

Kirsty

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I have Bill Lucas on tape as Gene Mcdaniels. Keb could have used Jock Mitchell as well as he had a habit of covering stuff up with two names. Have him on tape where he does that at least twice in the same set :D

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Just checked Kirsty and it was covered as Jock Mitchell. Dunno why on the tape I've got he played it as Gene McDaniels, i'll have to go back and re listen when I get the chance? Pete Lawson sold it to Keb and even Pete says he covers it as JM.

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Two plays for Pat. The Twans I Need You and Carl Carlton "Pretty Little Girl". What were they? Was Carl Carlton Junior McCants with wrong c/u title?  From a review Jock did at the 2 1/2 anniversary.

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Two plays for Pat. The Twans I Need You and Carl Carlton "Pretty Little Girl". What were they?

 

Contessa

 

 

 

Was Carl Carlton Junior McCants with wrong c/u title?  From a review Jock did at the 2 1/2 anniversary.

 

If you're listening to a recording I did at Stafford, he introduces it as  CC "hey little girl, we're in love"

 

 

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Hi Simon.

Did Pat get Contessa from Guy or Guy from Pat?

 

I've always assumed LCC was "Hey Little Girl, We're In Love".  It is on all the recordings I have on tape etc.

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Hi Simon.

Did Pat get Contessa from Guy or Guy from Pat?

 

I have two tapes with Pat playing it at Stafford & another Bradford or Rotheram but I can't remember which is which; one he plays it as the Twans, the other as 'The Contessa'

 

I'm pretty sure P Brady had it first. Do you know where Rob Pheasent got it from?

 

 

 

 

I've always assumed LCC was "Hey Little Girl, We're In Love".  It is on all the recordings I have on tape etc.

 

Have you ever seen the colour drain from anyone?

 

Queens Hall:

Nigel Parker - 'that little Carl Carlton of yours sounds exactly like Junior McCants doesn't it Pat?

 

Pat Brady - ' erm yer, it's does doesn't it' ............'but, but, but  it's not' ....cough, splutter

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Cheers Simon,

 

I'll add it to Pat's list.  Don't know where Rob got it from?

 

I'd love to have been there when Nige said that :lol:

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Spy trap,  there was an inst theme from a BBC program called Spy trap, came out on uk BBC own label, this got played at other venues, could be that .

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Spy trap,  there was an inst theme from a BBC program called Spy trap, came out on uk BBC own label, this got played at other venues, could be that .

 

 

I don't know mate, I have e-mailed Pat so hopefully he will remember.  I took little notice of many instrumentals, especially some of the bad ones as I'm not a lover of them, especially where a vocal exists.

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Just had a surf, the theme tune is by Quator and released on BBC records.  Can't find one to listen to though.

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Really fast, have a copy somewhere, was played out around 76/77.

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Spy Trap is an updated version of Keith Mansfield's Men On The Move. There's also a cover by Adventures of Parsley - a band specialising in reworkings of 60s/70s TV and film themes. I don't think the Quator record would really interest anyone other than theme tune/library music heads to be honest.

 

 

 

 

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Everybody knows was Ocie Smith on Broadway

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Chalky, Did you ever get a reply from Pat & if you did can you enlighten some of us? :yes:

Kirsty

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Not yet Kirsty, he was away on a buying trip and he will no doubt be busy with Brid but I will remind him. I will let you know if he remembers any.

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Always Loved the Johnny Curtis Track = Johnny Curtis - The Soul Kind Of Love (Sumpter 1100) Top Blue Eyed Northern with a Great Instro Break About 1:40 in.

Kirsty

Great double sider...love the other side.."born for you"

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Everybody knows was Ocie Smith on Broadway

Phil....You sure it wasnt Kenny Smith on Kogan 

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Cheers Chalky...I remember George Sharp playing it,but didn't know who'd played it first.

Off topic....is George still about?...he used to play some cracking tunes :yes:

Am with Guy having a pint and he confirms Tim A discovered it and George Sharp played it first after Guy had given it back to Tim, but deffo George Sharp first play...

Rich

P.s Edwin, Guy says ey up!

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Two plays for Pat. The Twans I Need You and Carl Carlton "Pretty Little Girl". What were they? Was Carl Carlton Junior McCants with wrong c/u title?  From a review Jock did at the 2 1/2 anniversary.

Pretty little Girl wasn't Gene Chandler was it?

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Pretty little Girl wasn't Gene Chandler was it?

Or George Smith on Laurie, though he certainly doesn't sound like Carl Carlton!

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I think we pretty much discounted George Smith over on the Stafford facebook page.

 

We was wondering if Jock heard right and it was actually Hey Little Girl which Pat sometimes used for Carl Carlton (Jnr McCants)?  I can honestly say I never heard Pat use or have any tape recording etc to back up that Pretty Little Girl was Jnr McCants.

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Not yet Kirsty, he was away on a buying trip and he will no doubt be busy with Brid but I will remind him. I will let you know if he remembers any.

 

Did you ever get to the bottom of the list Chalky?

Kirsty

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No Kirsty, Pat can't remember without listening and as I have no soundfiles not sure I ever will unless someone who hasn't read this reads at a later date and it jogs their memory.

I will keep plugging away at it though.

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Unknown "As True As Can Be"

This was covered up as the Seven Souls. Have just found it on a live recording and trying to remember what it is. Will upload somewhere this weekend if struggling.

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I've sorted the cover up names for the list, I will update the list sometime today or tomorrow. Might jog some memories hopefully.

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Unknown "As True As Can Be"

This was covered up as the Seven Souls. Have just found it on a live recording and trying to remember what it is. Will upload somewhere this weekend if struggling.

Instant Love

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Instant Love

I knew I knew that one. It's already planned for the next podcast :lol:

Cheers.

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Here is the tracks and what they were covered up as.  Spome have been sussed.

 

 

UNKNOWN "You Can't Mean It" "Moses Dillard"
UNKNOWN "My Life's Changing" "New Wanderers"
UNKNOWN "You Always Put Me Down" "Bud Harper"
UNKNOWN "If It Makes You Feel Good" "Butch Baker & Ramsey Lewis"
UNKNOWN "Watch Yourself" "Chandlers"(Nat Hall on Soul Boss)
UNKNOW "After All This Time" "Gil Blanding"
UNKNOWN "You Just Left Me Memories" "Illusions"
UNKNOWN "We've Got Nothing To Hide" "Jewels" (Al & Jet)
UNKNOWN "Only A Matter Of Time" "Jo Armstead"
UNKNOWN "I'm Uptight" "Johnny Moore"
UNKNOWN "No More Bad Feeling" "Joseph Moore"
UNKNOWN "As True As Can Be" "Seven Souls" (Monzas - Instant Love)
UNKNOWN "It Can't Always Be" "Verdell Watts"
UNKNOWN "If Only They Knew" "Willie Parker"
UNKNOWN "I Just Can't Go Back" "Billy Hambric"
UNKNOWN "All The Love I Need" "Brice Coefield"n (Johnny Curtis Sumpter)
UNKNOWN "My Baby (Ain't Going Nowhere)" "Emanuel Laskey" (Jimmie Reed Jnr)
UNKNOWN "Just Can't Let You Go" "George Kirby"  (Neil Kimble Children TRC)
UNKNOWN "The Spy Trap" "Guys From Uncle"
UNKNOWN "Everybody Knows (I Love You)" "James Phelps"
UNKNOWN "That's What I Need" "Joe Matthews"
UNKNOWN "I'll Never Let You Go" "Lenny Curtis"
UNKNOWN "You're Breaking My Heart" "Melvin Davis"  (Dream merchants)
UNKNOWN "Mine And Only Mine" "Sam Williams"
UNKNOWN "Just Keep On Loving Me" "Soul Set"
UNKNOWN "Love's Got To Be Right" "Yvonne & The Violets"
 

 
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UNKNOWN "You Can't Mean It" "Moses Dillard"

This was Curly Moore on Sansu.  Pat says he had it first with Guy getting one some time later.

 

UNKNOWN "I Just Can't Go Back" "Billy Hambric"

Des thinks this might be Leroy Horne - Don't Come Back on Pompeii, 

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Here is the tracks and what they were covered up as.  Spome have been sussed.

 

 

UNKNOWN "You Can't Mean It" "Moses Dillard"
UNKNOWN "My Life's Changing" "New Wanderers"
UNKNOWN "You Always Put Me Down" "Bud Harper"
UNKNOWN "If It Makes You Feel Good" "Butch Baker & Ramsey Lewis"
UNKNOWN "Watch Yourself" "Chandlers"(Nat Hall on Soul Boss)
UNKNOW "After All This Time" "Gil Blanding"
UNKNOWN "You Just Left Me Memories" "Illusions"
UNKNOWN "We've Got Nothing To Hide" "Jewels" (Al & Jet)
UNKNOWN "Only A Matter Of Time" "Jo Armstead"
UNKNOWN "I'm Uptight" "Johnny Moore"
UNKNOWN "No More Bad Feeling" "Joseph Moore"
UNKNOWN "As True As Can Be" "Seven Souls" (Monzas - Instant Love)
UNKNOWN "It Can't Always Be" "Verdell Watts"
UNKNOWN "If Only They Knew" "Willie Parker"
UNKNOWN "I Just Can't Go Back" "Billy Hambric"
UNKNOWN "All The Love I Need" "Brice Coefield"n (Johnny Curtis Sumpter)
UNKNOWN "My Baby (Ain't Going Nowhere)" "Emanuel Laskey" (Jimmie Reed Jnr)
UNKNOWN "Just Can't Let You Go" "George Kirby"  (Neil Kimble Children TRC)
UNKNOWN "The Spy Trap" "Guys From Uncle"
UNKNOWN "Everybody Knows (I Love You)" "James Phelps"
UNKNOWN "That's What I Need" "Joe Matthews"
UNKNOWN "I'll Never Let You Go" "Lenny Curtis"
UNKNOWN "You're Breaking My Heart" "Melvin Davis"  (Dream merchants)
UNKNOWN "Mine And Only Mine" "Sam Williams"
UNKNOWN "Just Keep On Loving Me" "Soul Set"
UNKNOWN "Love's Got To Be Right" "Yvonne & The Violets"
 

 

 

I take it you've got these from articles / playlists / top ten's etc and don't have any sound files to have a guess at. Have you thought about asking if anyone has any nighter tapes from that period and even if PB doesn't introduce them  you may be able to deduce the records and match them to those on the list above.

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I've asked countless times for tapes from the period. The tapes and recordings I do have there isn't many of Pat but what I do have I think I have the details. I am going through them as and when time allows. Most if not all are on my mixcloud page.

I don't have sound files for the list either, they are from written lists.

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I've asked countless times for tapes from the period. The tapes and recordings I do have there isn't many of Pat but what I do have I think I have the details. I am going through them as and when time allows. Most if not all are on my mixcloud page.

I don't have sound files for the list either, they are from written lists.

Well keep up the good work and tell PB he should have been a bit more imaginative with his C/U names; I bet there's more Joe Mathews C/U's than JM records!

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Chalky I used to have a handful of Stafford tapes but they got lost in a move, but I know who does have some, cos he got them for me - Rob Pheasant from Willenhall.  He goes on ebay and youtube as Robin Of Sherwood should you think it's worth contacting him.

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Cheers Pete, I will give Rob a shout when I get the chance.

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