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Talk about a monster of a project. It's been almost 2 years in the making but hopefully the end result has been worth it......

 

The Odyssey: A Northern Soul Time-Capsule

 

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Amazon Link:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Odyssey-Northern-Soul-Time-Capsule/dp/B00JYDGJHM/ref=sr_1_1?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1418927279&sr=1-1&keywords=the+odyssey+northern+soul

 

‘The Odyssey: A Northern Soul Time Capsule’ is the single most comprehensive overview yet of a truly unique UK musical culture which has now lasted over 45 years and had spread across the world. The current popularity of the film “Northern Soul” and it’s soundtrack plus the attendant publicity within the mainstream media - a UK Top 10 film smash, a UK Top 10 album smash and No.1 DVD smash have well and truly put Northern Soul at the forefront of people’s interest again. This is a very, very exciting musical culture which now seems to be appealing to a younger generation of new fans in their teens who love the energy that Northern Soul provides and have the energy to burn off.

 

But how did it start? What made young teenagers in the north of England in the late 1960s and 1970s switch from the mainstream musical scenes and plunge underground into the darkest  recesses of black American Soul music? What made them travel hundreds of miles every weekend to see particular DJs and acts? What made them pay 4 weeks of hard-earned wages for a 7” vinyl single from 1967 that hardly anyone had ever heard of?

 

Welcome to Northern Soul. One of the most enigmatic musical cultures ever to exist is now available to explore in depth.

 

Curated by well-known professional compiler, head of Harmess Records and 1970s Northern Soul DJ, Ian Dewhirst, ‘The Odyssey: A Northern Soul Time Capsule’ is very much a labour of love. The contributors to the project read like a who’s who of Northern Soul’s golden era. Ian Dewhirst and Anglo American’s Tim Brown co-compiled the music and deliberated at length over the myriad of licensing issues. Mike Ritson, publisher of Manifesto magazine, kindly allowed us to use large swathes of his definitive book about Northern Soul, ‘The In Crowd’ to document the history of the scene. Karl White kindly provided us with a summing-up of the post Wigan Casino years, Simon White, journalist and broadcaster, interviewed, supervised and directed the collection of numerous interviews with most of the scene’s best-known characters. Richard Searling interviews the world’s longest-standing and most enigmatic record dealer, John Anderson, as well as squeezing in an interview with Philadelphia International’s Kenny Gamble, who looks through Richard’s collection of his own releases from the 1960’s and sees many of these UK releases for the first time ever! Northern Soul history! Not one, but 2 DVDs. The 160 page book layout was designed by Glen Gunton and the overall package design by Jaffa — both long-serving Northern Soul stalwarts.

 

The music follows the evolvement of Northern Soul, from its early beginnings at Manchester’s Twisted Wheel club in 1968, through to The Golden Torch, Blackpool Mecca, Wigan Casino and Cleethorpes Pier in the 1970s, Stafford Top Of The World and The 100 Club in the 1980s and the huge dearth of Soul weekenders and the 100 Club again from the 1990’s to the present day. Featuring a mind-numbing 230 tracks and over 10 hours of legendary music, all licensed from legitimate sources and all of which have been painstakingly re-mastered and documented within the sleeve-notes. The most comprehensive Northern Soul track-listing ever.

 

‘The Odyssey: A Northern Soul Time-Capsule’ truly does what it says on the tin. This is the most exhaustive history of the Northern Soul scene ever released. Due to be unearthed in February 2015.

 

CD 1       The Twisted Wheel

 

               1. Open The Door To Your Heart - Darrell Banks

               2. Walking Up A One Way Street - Willie Tee

               3. I Dig Your Act - The O'Jays                                             

               4. I Feel So Bad - Jackie Edwards

               5. 60 Minutes Of Your Love - Homer Banks

               6. I Spy (for the FBI) - Jamo Thomas And His Party Brothers Orchestra

               7. Barefootin' - Robert Parker

               8. She Blew A Good Thing - The Poets

               9. First I Look At The Purse - The Contours

               10. I’m Gonna Run Away From You - Tami Lynn

               11. (At The) Discotheque - Chubby Checker

               12. I’ll Always Love You - The Spinners

               13. Looking For You - Garnet Mimms

               14. The Boogaloo Party - The Flamingos

               15. I’m Gonna Miss You  - The Artistics

               16. There’s Nothing Else To Say - The Incredibles

               17. Baby Do The Philly Dog - The Olympics

               18. That Beatin’ Rhythm - Richard Temple

               19. Love Love Love - Bobby Hebb

               20. You’ve Been Cheatin' - The Impressions

               21. Investigate - Major Lance

               22. Just Walk In My Shoes - Gladys Knight & The Pips

               23. Ain’t No Soul (In These Old Shoes) - Major Lance

               24. A ‘Lil Lovin’ Sometimes - Alexander Patton

               25. The Right Track - Billy Butler

               26. Baby Reconsider - Leon Haywood

               27. Cigarette Ashes - Jimmy Conwell

               28. Wear It On Our Face - The Dells

               29. Seven Days Too Long - Chuck Wood

               30. These Chains Of Love (Are Breaking Me Down) - Chuck Jackson

               31. Long After Tonight Is All Over - Jimmy Radcliffe

                                                                          

CD 2       The Twisted Wheel To The Golden Torch

 

               1. Here I Go Again - Archie Bell & The Drells

               2. You’re Gonna Make Me Love You - Sandi Sheldon

               3. The Same Old Thing - The Olympics

               4. Hit & Run - Rose Batiste

               5. Quick Change Artist - The Soul Twins

               6. You Just Don’t Know - Chubby Checker

               7. You Get Your Kicks - Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels

               8. Sliced Tomatoes - The Just Brothers

               9. Keep On Keeping On — N.F. Porter

               10. Exus Trek - The Luther Ingram Orchestra

               11. Psychedelic Soul Pt 1 - Saxie Russell

               12. ‘Cause You’re Mine - The Vibrations

               13. Honest To Goodness - Herb Ward

               14. My Dear Heart - Shawn Robinson

               15. Festival Time - The San Remo Golden Strings

               16. Groovin' At The Go-Go - The Four Larks

               17. Cracking Up Over You - Roy Hamilton

               18. Love On A Mountain Top - Robert Knight

               19. I’m Satisfied With You - The Furys

               20. I Can't Get Away - Bobby Garrett

               21. Head and Shoulders (Above The Rest) - Patti Young

               22. Somebody (Somewhere) Needs You - Darrell Banks

               23. You Don’t Want Me No More - Major Lance

               24. What Would I Do - The Tymes

               25. Shing-A-Ling - The Cooperettes

               26. This Beautiful Day - Levi Jackson

               27. Everything’s Gonna Be Alright - P.P. Arnold

               28. Baby Boy - Fred Hughes

               29. Purple Haze - Johnny Jones & The King Casuals

               30. Thumb A Ride - Earl Wright & His Orchestra

                                                           

CD 3       The Golden Torch To Blackpool Mecca

 

               1. If You Ask Me (Because I Love You) - Jerry Williams

               2. Skiing In The Snow - The Invitations

               3. The Girl Across The Street - Moses Smith

               4. Blowing My Mind To Pieces - Bob Relf

               5. Our Love Is In The Pocket - J.J. Barnes

               6. I Got To Find Me Somebody - The Vel-Vets

               7. I Hurt On The Other Side - Jerry Cook

               8. I'm Gonna Love You - Edward Hamilton

               9. Let Her Go - Otis Smith

               10. She's Puttin' You On - United Four

               11. Psychedelic Soul Pt 2 - Saxie Russell

               12. Breakaway Pt 2 - The Steve Karmen Big Band

               13. Get It Baby - Stanley Mitchell

               14. Please Operator - Tony & Tyrone

               15. I Really Love You - The Tomangoes

               16. Crazy Baby - The Coasters

               17. Stick By Me Baby - The Salvadors

               18. You Hit Me (Right Where It Hurt Me) - Alice Clark

               19. Baby Don’t You Weep - Edward Hamilton & The Arabians

               20. I Can’t Hold On - Lorraine Chandler

               21. Satisfied - Ben Aitken

               22. There’s A Ghost In My House - R. Dean Taylor

               23. They’ll Never Know Why - Freddie Chavez

               24. I Just Can’t Live My Life (Without You Babe) - Linda Jones

               25. Can’t Help Loving That Man Of Mine  - Ila Vann

               26. Seven Day Lover - James Fountain

               27. She'll Come Running Back - Mel Britt

               28. It Really Hurts Me Girl - The Carstairs

               29. California Montage - Young Holt Unlimited

                                                                          

CD 4       Blackpool Mecca To Wigan Casino

 

               1. Breakaway Pt 1 - The Steve Karmen Big Band ft Jimmy Radcliffe

               2. You Don’t Know Where Your Interest Lies - Dana Valery

               3. Night Owl - Bobby Paris

               4. Help Me - Al Wilson

               5. Afternoon Of The Rhino - The Mike Post Coalition

               6. Tainted Love - Gloria Jones

               7. I’ll Always Need You - Dean Courtney

               8. Serving A Sentence Of Life - Carl Douglas

               9. Dance Dance Dance -  The Casualeers

               10. The Night - Frankie Valli And The Four Seasons

               11. You've Got Your Mind On Other Things - Beverly Ann

               12. Interplay - Derek & Ray

               13. Born A Loser - Don Ray

               14. When We Get There - Paul Anka

               15. As Long As You Love Me (I’ll Stay) - Ronnie & Robin

               16. Bari Track - Doni Burdick

               17. (It’s Against) The Laws Of Love - The Volcanoes

               18. Heartaches Away My Boy - Christine Cooper

               19. Don’t Take It Out On This World - Adam’s Apples

               20. All Of My Life - Detroit Soul

               21. You Didn’t Say A Word - Yvonne Baker

               22. Baby Hit And Run - The Contours

               23. Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) - Frank Wilson

               24. Double Cookin’ - The Checkerboard Squares

               25. Country Girl  - Vickie Baines

               26. Girl, Don’t Make Me Wait - Bunny Sigler

               27. You Don't Love Me Anymore - Johnny Caswell

               28. I’m On My Way - Dean Parrish

                                                           

CD 5       More Wigan Casino

 

               1. Turning My Heartbeat Up - The MVP's

               2. You Don't Love Me - Epitome Of Sound

               3. Burning Sensation - Robby Lawson

               4. Baby Without You - Danny Monday

               5. I Was Born To Love You - Herbert Hunter

               6. I Lost A True Love -Danny Wagner & The Kindred Soul

               7. I Wanna Know - John E Paul

               8. Tear Stained Face - Don Varner

               9. She's Wanted (In Three States) - Larry Clinton

               10. Where I'm Not Wanted - Eddie Holman

               11. This Gets To Me - Pookie Hudson

               12. I Don't Like To Lose - The Group featuring Cecil Washington

               13. It's Better To Cry - The Appreciations

               14. Please Stay - The Ivorys

               15. Happiness Is Here - Tobi Lark

               16. Love Slipped Through My Fingers - Sam Williams

               17. Cool Off - Detroit Executives

               18. Love Factory - Eloise Laws

               19. Sad Girl -Carol Anderson

               20. Strange Change - Herb Ward

               21. I Am Nothing - Al Williams

               22. The Jokes On You - Kenny Gamble

               23. I Really Love You - Jimmy Burns

               24. That's No Way To Treat A Girl - Marie Knight

               25. A Changed Man - The Rotations

               26. This Won't Change - Lester Tipton

               27. Gone With The Wind Is My Love - Rita & The Tiaras

                                                           

CD 6       Wigan Casino To Cleethorpes Pier

 

               1. Elijah Rockin' With Soul - Hank Jacobs

               2. I Can’t Change - Lorraine Chandler

               3. They're Talking About Me - Johnny Bragg

               4. My Heart Cries For You - Porgy & The Monarchs

               5. You're Never Too Young (To Fall In Love) - The Modern Redcaps

               6. Send Him Back - The Pointer Sisters

               7. Do The Pearl Girl Pt 2 - The Matta Baby

               8. All The Way Home - Dee Edwards

               9. Look At Me Now - Terry Callier

               10. So is The Sun - World Column

               11. The Gig - Raw Soul

               12. Wrong Crowd - Prince George

               13. Hung Up On Your Love - The Montclairs

               14. Ton Of Dynamite - Frankie ‘Loveman’ Crocker

               15. Lady Lady Lady (Are You Crazy For Me) - Boogie Man Orchestra

               16. I Don't Know What Foot To Dance On - Kim Tolliver

               17. I Wanna Be (Your Everything) - The Pretenders

               18. Cuz It's You Girl - James Walsh Gypsy Band

               19. You Sexy Sugar Plum (But I Like It) - Rodger Collins

               20. Cut Your Motor Off - Black Nasty feat Herbie Thompson

               21. I Got The Vibes - Joshie Jo Armstead

               22. Have Love Will Travel - Rosey Jones

               23. Do What You Feel Pt 1 - The Rimshots

               24. Wash And Wear Love - Lynn Varnado

               25. Elusive - Babe Ruth

               26. Are You Ready For This - The Brothers

               27. I've Got The Need - The Moments

                                                                          

CD 7       The 100 Club And Top Of The World, Stafford Eras             

 

               1. Please Don't Go - Willie Tee

               2. Since I Found My Baby -The Metros

               3. I Need My Baby - Jackey Beavers

               4. I Still Love You - The Seven Souls

               5. Suspicion - The Originals

               6. I'll Never Stop Loving You - Carla Thomas

               7. Talkin' Woman - Lowell Fulson

               8. You Just Cheat And Lie - Z Z Hill

               9. Oh How I Love You - Little Johnny Hamilton & The Creators

               10. Too Much For You - Bobby Angelle

               11. Naughty Boy - Jackie Day

               12. Losing Control - Mary Saxton

               13. You Really Made It Good To Me - Ty Karim

               14. Girl I Love You - The Temptones

               15. Wrapped Tied & Tangled - Lavern Baker

               16. Try Me For Your New Love - Junior McCants

               17. The Magic Touch - Melba Moore

               18. Dearly Beloved - Jack Montgomery

               19. Packing Up - Damon Fox

               20. Because Of My Heart - Frankie Beverly

               21. You Shook Me Up - Roy Hamilton

               22. My Love Gets Stronger - Tommy Ridgley

               23. I'm Steppin' Out Of The Picture - Johnny Maestro & The Crests

               24. Rat Race - Gino Washington

               25. I Don't Do This (To Every Girl I Meet)  - Sidney Joe Qualls

               26. I'm Having So Much Fun - Willie Tee

               27. Deep Dark Secret - Dee Dee Sharp

               28. What Should I Do - Little Ann

               29. Such Misery  - The Precisions

                                                                          

CD 8       The Weekenders Era

 

               1. If I Could Only Be Sure - Nolan Porter

               2. Home Is Where The Heart Is - Bobby Womack

               3. Something New To Do - Bobby Sheen

               4. Too Late - Mandrill

               5. The Game Is Over (What's The Matter With You) - Brown Sugar

               6. Because Of You - Jackie Wilson

               7. Pour Your Little Heart Out - The Drifters

               8. Think It Over (And Be Sure) - Liz Verdi

               9. What's That On Your Finger - Kenny Carter

               10. Baby-A-Go-Go - Barbara McNair

               11. I Can't Break The News To Myself - Ben E King

               12. The Stars - Barbara Lewis

               13. Something's Wrong - Chris Clark

               14. Don't Pity Me - Joanie Sommers

               15. Here Are The Pieces Of My Broken Heart - Gladys Knight & The Pips

               16. In Love - Tony Galla

               17. Tune Up - Jnr Walker & The All-Stars

               18. Beggin' - Timebox

               19. Stolen Hours - Patrice Holloway

               20. Call On Me - The Dynells

               21. How - The Masqueraders

               22. Let’s Tak It Over — Spencer Wiggins

               23. Talkin' 'Bout My Baby - Dottie & Millie

               24. (Just A Little) Faith And Understanding - The Magicians

               25. Dynamite Exploded - Honey & The Bees

               26. I’m Slowly Moulding - Cody Black

               27. What's With This Loneliness   - Chuck Jackson

               28. If This Is Love (I’d Rather Be Lonely) - The Precisions

               29. It'll Never Be Over For Me - Timi Yuro

 

               Compiled by Ian Dewhirst with assistance from Tim Brown and Ady Croasdel

 

Merry Christmas All!

 

Ian D :)

 

 

 

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Brilliant Ian. I would like the lot for Christmas but I guess I can hang on for a couple of months.

LoL, it should have been out for Christmas but that pesky Northern Soul soundtrack has never stopped selling. I didn't want to risk arresting Harmless's biggest selling album ever so February it is....

Ian D :)

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The problem is though - there's not going to be many here I haven't got in some shape or form, so I'd be buying it for the dvd really...and I can't justify paying £75 for that, but for someone who doesn't have such a big collection, it really is the best possible selection, either as a starter, or for someone maybe getting back into it - or just for anyone who appreciates good music.

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The problem is though - there's not going to be many here I haven't got in some shape or form, so I'd be buying it for the dvd really...and I can't justify paying £75 for that, but for someone who doesn't have such a big collection, it really is the best possible selection, either as a starter, or for someone maybe getting back into it - or just for anyone who appreciates good music.

Actually, you're right to an extent. I have several hundred comps but the quality of the masters isn't always great. Finding the good masters is a task in itself and that's what we've done here. So top notch masters.

However, here's the siginifant thing. The Northern Soul soundtrack has unearthed a huge audience, mamy of whom won't have the timw and ferret-like skills that we have to compile the goodies. So this is as good a package as any to get your teeth into and get the real deal.

If we get just 10% of the audience who bought Northern Soul: The Soundtrack to invest in The Odyssey: A Northern Soul Time-Capsule then that'll be great. But I think we'll do much better than that touch wood!

Merry Crimbo Pete!

Ian D :)

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The problem is though - there's not going to be many here I haven't got in some shape or form, so I'd be buying it for the dvd really...and I can't justify paying £75 for that, but for someone who doesn't have such a big collection, it really is the best possible selection, either as a starter, or for someone maybe getting back into it - or just for anyone who appreciates good music.

Actually, you're right to an extent. I have several hundred comps but the quality of the masters isn't always great. Finding the good masters is a task in itself and that's what we've done here. So top notch masters.

However, here's the siginifant thing. The Northern Soul soundtrack has unearthed a huge audience, mamy of whom won't have the timw and ferret-like skills that we have to compile the goodies. So this is as good a package as any to get your teeth into and get the real deal.

If we get just 10% of the audience who bought Northern Soul: The Soundtrack to invest in The Odyssey: A Northern Soul Time-Capsule then that'll be great. But I think we'll do much better than that touch wood!

Merry Crimbo Pete!

Ian D :)

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Actually, you're right to an extent. I have several hundred comps but the quality of the masters isn't always great. Finding the good masters is a task in itself and that's what we've done here. So top notch masters.

However, here's the siginifant thing. The Northern Soul soundtrack has unearthed a huge audience, mamy of whom won't have the timw and ferret-like skills that we have to compile the goodies. So this is as good a package as any to get your teeth into and get the real deal.

If we get just 10% of the audience who bought Northern Soul: The Soundtrack to invest in The Odyssey: A Northern Soul Time-Capsule then that'll be great. But I think we'll do much better than that touch wood!

Merry Crimbo Pete!

Ian D :)

 

I'd like to hear a perfect quality version of Gino Washington - Rat Race - the ones he had pressed were very noisy

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As far back as I can remember (which must be touching close to the end of the seventies) every time when the name of Ian Dewhirst came into conversation all I ever heard people say without fail was good things about the man.

 

People used many long flowing words I'd never heard of before - generous was one I distinctly recall mentioned.

 

No matter what the subject was he was always held in very high esteem and the pedestal he was placed on was very high indeed.

 

Nothings changed it's exactly the same today as it was then.

 

Knowing all what's been said about you and I guess you've been thinking about it -  I gotta admit it would be a great idea if you could donate a copy of The Odyssey: A Northern Soul Time-Capsule Box Set to the winner of a competition set by you here on Soul Source.

 

I say 3 cheers for Ian - hip hip hoorah, hip hip hoorah, hip hip hoorah, 

 

I'm gonna write to my MP straightaway that man should get an OBE for Services To Music.

 
All together now - for he's a jolly good fellow........
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LoL, it should have been out for Christmas but that pesky Northern Soul soundtrack has never stopped selling. I didn't want to risk arresting Harmless's biggest selling album ever so February it is....

Ian D :)

Yeah Dewdrop.

Our lass was going to get me this for Christmas but as you have delayed it I'll probably end up with socks & slippers now.

 

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As far back as I can remember (which must be touching close to the end of the seventies) every time when the name of Ian Dewhirst came into conversation all I ever heard people say without fail was good things about the man.

People used many long flowing words I'd never heard of before - generous was one I distinctly recall mentioned.

No matter what the subject was he was always held in very high esteem and the pedestal he was placed on was very high indeed.

Nothings changed it's exactly the same today as it was then.

Knowing all what's been said about you and I guess you've been thinking about it - I gotta admit it would be a great idea if you could donate a copy of The Odyssey: A Northern Soul Time-Capsule Box Set to the winner of a competition set by you here on Soul Source.

I say 3 cheers for Ian - hip hip hoorah, hip hip hoorah, hip hip hoorah,

I'm gonna write to my MP straightaway that man should get an OBE for Services To Music.

All together now - for he's a jolly good fellow........

Derek, would you be good enough to write my obituary please mate...

Ian D :)

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The problem is though - there's not going to be many here I haven't got in some shape or form, so I'd be buying it for the dvd really...and I can't justify paying £75 for that, but for someone who doesn't have such a big collection, it really is the best possible selection, either as a starter, or for someone maybe getting back into it - or just for anyone who appreciates good musIC

 

congratulations  Ian  and everyone who was involved in this project.  the title just about sums it up.  from a purely selfish point of view as someone who spends more than he can afford already on our wonderful music . [ including a recent purchase from the Dewhirst archive,  carl carltons - fighting in the name of love ]   as Pete states i do have the lions share of the superb tracks on here . are there any plans to do a  scaled down version of the Odyssey with say the  dvds  and the booklet , for those in a similar position . my wants list has already put me in a similar position to the Russian  ECONOMY.!  must get out and try a bit of fracking in the back garden.  i said FRACKING.

 

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Already got this pre-ordered.  Amazon will probably drop the price before the actual release date, but even so, not a bad price for eight CDs, two DVDs of never seen before interviews and a book.  Great to see the tracks arranged in chronological order of when and where they were played.  Nice one Ian.

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congratulations  Ian  and everyone who was involved in this project.  the title just about sums it up.  from a purely selfish point of view as someone who spends more than he can afford already on our wonderful music . [ including a recent purchase from the Dewhirst archive,  carl carltons - fighting in the name of love ]   as Pete states i do have the lions share of the superb tracks on here . are there any plans to do a  scaled down version of the Odyssey with say the  dvds  and the booklet , for those in a similar position . my wants list has already put me in a similar position to the Russian  ECONOMY.!  must get out and try a bit of fracking in the back garden.  i said FRACKING.

 

SHORTY

 

No Shorty. All my releases are designed to suck money up from obsessives like ourselves unfortunately..... :lol:

 

Having said that, I'll have a look at maybe doing a DVD/Book format as that would probably do well in it's own right.

 

Meantime, get yer dosh out. You have til the end of Feb to save up!

 

Ian  :D

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Derek, would you be good enough to write my obituary please mate...Ian D

 

It would make me very sad to hear of your demise Ian but I'd be honoured to write your obituary.

 

But please try hold on a bit longer - just give it a couple o' weeks after you've got the competition up an' running eh?

 

Derek

 

Thought I'd mention it in passing but have you got any thoughts on somebody looking after your collection at all?

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No Shorty. All my releases are designed to suck money up from obsessives like ourselves unfortunately..... :lol:

 

Having said that, I'll have a look at maybe doing a DVD/Book format as that would probably do well in it's own right.

 

Meantime, get yer dosh out. You have til the end of Feb to save up!

 

Ian  :D

FAIR DINKUM.

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Ian

Fantastic selection.Almost all of the tracks I've got on other CDs but worth getting for 100% quality with no fillers.

Good to see some Cameo Parkway tracks getting legal CD issue, how about some more.

Of course anything with track 25 CD 2 has to be an essential purchase.

Rick

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Fantastic selection.Almost all of the tracks I've got on other CDs but worth getting for 100% quality with no fillers.

Good to see some Cameo Parkway tracks getting legal CD issue, how about some more.

Of course anything with track 25 CD 2 has to be an essential purchase.

Rick

 

Cheers Rick. Yep, it would be nice to see a proper release of the Cameo Parkway catalogue. I actually did some of the UK reissues in the 70s - Bobby Paris, Yvonne Baker etc but since then there's only been those dodgy Campark volumes. As it happens I have a new album series commencing next year and since I'm communicating with Abko again I'll try and get a package going.....

 

Ian D  :D

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