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The Sunday Soul Sessions - Kettering 2/11/14

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Thanks again all for another top night of soul. I'll start the ball rolling on what was played this month (we're trying not to repeat too much at this night if we can help it!). Brian, Trevor, Pete and Russ will add theirs too hopefully :thumbsup:

 

Glenn Jones - Keep on doin'

Theresa Davis ft Jerry Butler - I can't stop

Bloodstone - Possible

The Chestnut Brothers - Travelin' on

Dee Dee Warwick - What manner of man

Dee Dee Warwick - Where is that rainbow

Carmelita - Rosebud

Cooperettes - Win all your love

Herman Davis - Gotta be loved

Reggie Soul and the Soul Swingers - My world of ecstasy

The Up Tights - How long must I wait for you

Julius Wright - I pray that things will change

Brewster Crew - I'm one who know

Ebony Diamonds - I'm so lucky

 

Bernadette Bascom - I don't wanna lose your love

Patty Stokes - Is it true

The Illusions - It's just an illusion

Master Keys - Tears

Talmadge Armstrong and the Escotts - Give it up

Rob Davis - We are who we are

Preston Shannon - The way I love you

Alo Key - Let me throw my arms around you

Willie Hutch - I'm gonna give you respect

Dennis Lee - Sunday afternoon

 

Cheers, Steve.

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Great night of great music yet again but we have to keep on at Phil Atlee to spin some soon.

 

My spins were,

 

Young Mods - We can make it - Pork

Ralph Weeks - Something deep inside - 4 Stars

Rozetta Johnson - A womans way - Clintone

Leno Phillips Confusion - Dash

Shirley Wahls - Remember Martin Luther King - Blue Candle

Diplomats - Iv got the kinda love - Dynamo

Lovehorn - If - Zodiac

Bobby Freeman - Put another dime in the parking meter - Double Shot

Renoldo Domino - Im a good man - Twinight

Blues Brothers No 1 - Letter of regret - Eclipse

 

Cheers

Trev

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Here goes

Heart 2 Heart Band - Mind Your Business Dream City CD (2010)

Sam Taylor Jr - Dark End of The Street (GRT LP) (IMHO the best ever version of this much recorded classic - didn't rate it on 1st hearing but it's a grower)

Bobby Bland - Loneliness Hurts (UK Vocalion LP)

Black Soul Express - When I Left You (Black Soul Express)

Judy Clay - I'm Up Tight (Lavette)

Don 'Sugar Cane' Harris - I'm Gonna Miss You (BASF)(T'other side to the track i played last month,for those that don't know Don was half of Don & Dewey the 50's R&B duo.He also played with Frank Zappa I believe but we will gloss over that)

Laura Lee - Love's Got Me Tired (But I Ain't tired of love) (Ariola America) (one of those titles that make it worth buying without hearing!!!)

Eddie Floyd - I Got a reason To Smile (Cause I Love You) Stax (1974 & one of his that got away)

Pete

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after a busy weekend working, thought I would get out for a beer, chat and hopefuly to spin a few tunes, so took the drive across country to kettering

 

heres my 30 mins mainly 60s.....

 

fantastic four - live up to what see thinks - ric tic demo

rose st john - fool don't laugh - veep demo

briggette koberly - don't love me and leave me - naptown

doc & sal - cant get you offa my mind - dynamic

the spontanes - where did I go wrong - ua demo

greater experience - don't forget to remember - colony 13

gene willis - youll get yours - hollywood

leroy barbour - I aint going nowhere - frontiersman

winfield parker - I love you just the same - rujac (blue)

the montclairs - come on and hold me - ui

audrey slo - gonna find the right boy (instro) - swan

sammy ambrose - welcome to dreamsville - uk stateside

mark loyd - when im gonna find her - uk parlophone

 

thanks to brian and steve, see you at the next caliente boyz...

 

russ

 

ps brian.. just played the above set on 33rpm lol

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Troop;

 

The tunes that left the box and made it to the decks at various times during the night, not in the order of play;

 

Astrid Jones & The Blue Flaps "Power"

Charlie Wilson "There goes my baby"

Anthony Hamilton "Do you feel me"

Willie Clayton "Heaven only knows"

Tucka "Blowin in the wind"

Sonny Knight & his Fabulous Lakers "I'm still here" (p't 2)

Cee Mitchell "I call it happiness"

Edwin Hawkins Singers "Everything gonna be alright"

Tom Greene "Endless confusion"

Ralph Johnson " Have your fun"

Margie Joseph "That other woman got my man and gone"

Bill Murphy "Aint no big thing"

Kelly & Soul Explosions "Talkin bout my baby"

Nick Allen "Hard way to go"

PHD's "It swells my desire"

Relatives "This world is moving to fast"

Small Society "If you stand by me"

Soul Serenaders "Gotta hold on to my baby"

James Wayne & The Soul Soothers "I found someone"

Gary Griffin & The Top Ten "Think nothing about it"

Soft Touch "Is this the way to treat a guy"

Vipers "Little miss sweetness"

LIoyd Williams "Im in love with you"

Bernie Williams "I wanna thank you"

Willie West "She's so fine"

Beverly Crosby "That didn't stop me"

Escorts "I'm so glad I found you"

Flint Emeralds "Just like a baby"

Isaac Hayes "Wonderful"

Internationals "Too sweet to be lonely"

Fletcher Walker III "Guess I'll never understand"

 

Cheers

 

Gouch

 

 

Ed

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Strewth I know I loved hearing everything at the time, but looking back at these 100 or so choices a couple of days later makes me appreciate once again how lucky we are to be able to pop down the road and hear soul like that on a Sunday night whilst having a pint or two and some banter.

 

Great to hear you playing the Gary Griffin 45 after the story you told me about it Brian and this cool vid gets played almost daily in my house with the sound right up since you first introduced me to this one. :thumbsup:

 

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Strewth I know I loved hearing everything at the time, but looking back at these 100 or so choices a couple of days later makes me appreciate once again how lucky we are to be able to pop down the road and hear soul like that on a Sunday night whilst having a pint or two and some banter.

 

Great to hear you playing the Gary Griffin 45 after the story you told me about it Brian and this cool vid gets played almost daily in my house with the sound right up since you first introduced me to this one. :thumbsup:

 

Love that vid, gets loads of plays here too, GG & TT will be on your cd mate, already working on it.

Gouch

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after a busy weekend working, thought I would get out for a beer, chat and hopefuly to spin a few tunes, so took the drive across country to kettering

 

heres my 30 mins mainly 60s.....

 

fantastic four - live up to what see thinks - ric tic demo

rose st john - fool don't laugh - veep demo

briggette koberly - don't love me and leave me - naptown

doc & sal - cant get you offa my mind - dynamic

the spontanes - where did I go wrong - ua demo

greater experience - don't forget to remember - colony 13

gene willis - youll get yours - hollywood

leroy barbour - I aint going nowhere - frontiersman

winfield parker - I love you just the same - rujac (blue)

the montclairs - come on and hold me - ui

audrey slo - gonna find the right boy (instro) - swan

sammy ambrose - welcome to dreamsville - uk stateside

mark loyd - when im gonna find her - uk parlophone

 

thanks to brian and steve, see you at the next caliente boyz...

 

russ

 

ps brian.. just played the above set on 33rpm lol

 

Getting your money worth from the Sammy Ambrose then Russ - nice one!  :yes:

 

The Mark Lloyd - great tune, its gotta be in your top ten Russ?  :thumbsup:

 

Ray

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Hi Chas;

 

Yes it is but the best kept secret is the philly dancer on the other side :thumbsup:

 

Gouch

 

 

Beautiful track.

 

It's Ronnie Walker isn't it?

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