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The Sunday Soul Sessions - Kettering 7/12/2014

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Thanks to all who came along last night.... to special guests Dave, Gary, Cliff & Sid for their amazing record choices, to John for staying awake and of course to the Captain of this ship:- The Gouch who stole Christmas :thumbsup:


More playlists to follow hopefully but I'll start the ball rolling:-


Old (M) Pressions - Right on

The World Wonders - Two wings

Betty Wright - Love Lies

Equanya - Want ad

Pat Livingston - You bet I would

Marvin Smith - I never thought (I'd be losing you)

Collaboration - Where is love

Chuck Jackson - Where did you go

Fourth Creation - I think I would cry

Chuck Stephens - Coffee


Cast of Magic Band - Don't say no

Shirma Rouse - L-O-V-E

Lynn White - I don't know why

DJ Jazzy Jeff & Ayah - Make it last

Gloria Lynne - Kickin' life (Like an old tin can)

2001 Black Essence - Change in my life

Dynamic Sounds Orchestra - Take me back

Bobby King & The Relation - Don't give up hope

Loretta - So Alive (feat. Gimenez E)


Thanks again, have a great Christmas and look forward to seeing you all at the next one first Sunday of Jan. :thumbsup:

Edited by 71 Steve

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Stole xmas my arse, who needs trees, bauble thingies and fake snow to have a good time, soft lot.
Onto my playlist then,not in order of play;

St Paul & The Broken Bones " I'm torn up"
"Dont mean a thing"
"Call me"
"Like a mighty river"
"That Glow"
"Its midnight"
Sonny Knight & His Lakers "I'm still here" (Part 2)
Marvin Smith "Hearts made of stone"
Marvin Sease "Thankful for this life"
Freddie South "Set me free"
June Monday "Still searching"
Cee Mitchell "I call it happiness"
McKinley Sandifer "You're a winner"
Dale Darby "Dont put our love off"
John Edwards "Lonely life"
Jimmie Ellis "Baby I love you"
The Dontells "I can't wait"
H Andrews "Im so tired of being lonely"
Cloudburst "I'm lovin you"
Fabulous Caprices "My love"
Donna Harky "Give it all you got"



Edited by Gouch

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Thanks to all the guys for making me feel at home, great tunes played by all. Thanks for the invite to play too!


My Playlist:


Mighty Doug Haynes - Yes I'm Ready

W King Cole - I Wonder Why

Chad - Please Give Your Love To Me

Jade - One Down and You To Go

JP Robinson - What Can I Tell Her

Al Downing - Baby, Let's Talk It Over

Bobby McClure - You Bring Out The Love In Me

Thelma Jones - Salty Tears

Eric & Ernie - You Make My Life a Sunny Day


Oh and the other version of 'I Don't Know Why' was recorded by Ollie Nightingale

Edited by Gary Connoley

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.....and here's my contribution to a cracking soul session...


Willie Tee - I Heard Everything You Said

Ernie Hines - Help Me Put Out The Flame (In My Heart)

Chocolate Sunday - Second Story Man

Clay Brown - Talkin' Soul

Carol Woods & The Executives - Ooh Baby

Loretha Vanouver - I'm Here To Give It To You

Tony Lampkin - Trouble Being A Man

New Way - Holding On

Bob & Gene - I Gotta Find A Way


A proper soulful experience ... roll on January

Edited by Wrongcrowd

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Great music all night as usual................so here are my Half Hour Horrors!


Bertice Reading - Lean on me.

Bill - I feel good with you.

Sandells - Stay just one more day.

Maxwell Romer - I still believe in love.

First Generation - Give him up.

Narvel Felts - Girl come back.

June Jackson - Your welcome

Al Christian - I'm a lonely man.

Van Jones - I want to groove you.


more than just a night out down the Pub!!?



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Here's my selection box in no particular order 

Jesse James   I Never Meant To Love Her   

Syl Johnson   Everybody Needs Love

Bobby Barnes      I've Had My Share

Tami Hert    If You Were Mine

Soul Children   I'll Be The Other Woman

Mavis Staples   Of Whom Shall I Be Afraid     

John Edwards    You Were Made For Love

Continental Showstoppers   Never Set Me Free

Tommie Young  Do You Still Feel The Same Way

Linda Jones    Don't Go

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Great to see the St Paul & the Broken bones being played...Tony Rounce was raving about them earlier in the year - think he saw them in Austin.  Southern boys too.... some good footage on NPR....





Thanks. I saw them on Friday at Hyde Park supporting The Who on one of the smaller stages in the afternoon. They were great!

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