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absolutely brilliant oldie!!! Ive never owned one, think its time I did..

 

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absolutely brilliant oldie!!! Ive never owned one, think its time I did..

 

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Sold for £305 in 2010 then mysteriously slumped to £20 last April :g:

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Kev, don't beat me up but this is just a racket to my ears :glare: You normally do better :)

I'll see you at the bat cave where you can give me a full explaination lol
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Sold for £305 in 2010 then mysteriously slumped to £20 last April :g:

that cant be a true reflection of the price, id have put it at the £200 mark, somewhere there..

 

 

Looks like I over estimated that amount...

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I'll see you at the bat cave where you can give me a full explaination lol

 

Be good to see you and your two minders :)

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that cant be a true reflection of the price, id have put it at the £200 mark, somewhere there..

 

 

Looks like I over estimated that amount...

 

Was quoting popsike Mal, seems one of those topsy turvy up & down priced records.... don't blow 200 (up to u tho)

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Today's post is the B side of "I Just Can’t Help But Feel The Pain" which was The Spinners last Motown single before moving to VIP.This is also G.C Cameron's first outing as lead singer,made a few good un's after it too.

The Spinners-Bad, Bad Weather (Till You Come Home) Motown

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Just bought one of these little beauties and I'm ashamed to say only heard it on Sunday for the first time :ohmy:

 

MARGIE JOSEPH - NOBODY - VOLT

 

Love it  :thumbsup:

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Nothing to be ashamed about Swifty so many tunes left to hear, hopefully,Not enough time to hear them all,great song !!

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One I saw today on a sales list on Here that

I really rate vocally, probably massive

In the crossover scene years ago,

But only got one in October 2014 at a price in my budget,

Glad to say I havnt posted before

SAM SAVAGE "MY LADY" RRS

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Just bought one of these little beauties and I'm ashamed to say only heard it on Sunday for the first time :ohmy:

 

MARGIE JOSEPH - NOBODY - VOLT

 

Love it  :thumbsup:

Was that from the vinylrecordfinder on ebay? If so you out bid me.

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Was that from the vinylrecordfinder on ebay? If so you out bid me.

:wicked: yes Mick but I was outbid and given a second chance offer as he had another , lost out on a few actually , another couple of Margie Josephs and TSU's . doh !

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:wicked: yes Mick but I was outbid and given a second chance offer as he had another , lost out on a few actually , another couple of Margie Josephs and TSU's . doh !

 

 

Wil look out for one for you Mick have seen it about last year a fair bit

Atb Andy

 

The guy has multiple counts of mint Stax/Volts, I've bought one or two off him and they're

exceptional vinyl wise. Imagine finding a box (as I suspect) of "special kind of woman's" and Darrell Banks'.

Love the tune, another Willie T production if memory serves me.

 

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Just bought one of these little beauties and I'm ashamed to say only heard it on Sunday for the first time :ohmy:

 

MARGIE JOSEPH - NOBODY - VOLT

 

Love it  :thumbsup:

 

Very nice. Other side What You Gonna Do ( Bobby Womack tune ) is great too. Unfortunately, I've go it on a demo without the " Nobody " side. Love her version of One More Chance too.

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darrow fletcher / i like the way i feel

 

revue records, tother side not bad to

 

Quality tune - as good as anything he recorded. Am I the only one who finds it difficult to dance to?

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Quality tune - as good as anything he recorded. Am I the only one who finds it difficult to dance to?

Certainly underrated,not sure about been one of his best?

Don't find it to bad a dancer,just don't hear it out enough :thumbsup:

Cheers

Martyn

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Love "One More Chance" but this is my fave Margie Joseph track,much copied but never bettered imo.

Margie Joseph - I Can't Move No Mountains Atlantic

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Another quick one from me - midtempo brilliance from Judy Freeman & Blackrock - soul as deep as you like and then some  :) Make sure you play it through to the explosive ending

 

Judy Freeman - Don't do it anymore (RCA)

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The guy has multiple counts of mint Stax/Volts, I've bought one or two off him and they're

exceptional vinyl wise. Imagine finding a box (as I suspect) of "special kind of woman's" and Darrell Banks'.

Love the tune, another Willie T production if memory serves me.

Hope the prints still not wet :-))
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Love this one from Margie - sounds great on the old cans - written and produced by Lamont Dozier 

 

Margie Joseph - Don't turn the lights off (Cotillion) 

Great version, but my favourite is still the original by The Originals

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From the same album by Margie Joseph produced by Lamont Dozier

 

And then the original by The Originals also produced by Lamont Dozier

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Certainly underrated,not sure about been one of his best?

Don't find it to bad a dancer,just don't hear it out enough :thumbsup:

Cheers

Martyn

 

agree martyn , not his best , but it's the best i've got , need to buy some more from mr fletcher  :thumbsup:

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Good enough for me love it got it before Christmas

Got a signed photo of him with best wishes Andy off my mate lodgey

For my 50th

God that will seem a lifetime away to you Martyn won't it :-)) 50

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Think it might have been that rather nice Derek Pearson who posted this on here,if so sorry for the re-posting?If it wasn't on here then here's a cracking twofer,can't decide which side I prefer the vocal to "The Horse" or the great funky dancer "The Mule"......I'll let you choose.

The James Boys-The Horse/The Mule Phil L.A.of Soul  

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Think it might have been that rather nice Derek Pearson who posted this on here,if so sorry for the re-posting?If it wasn't on here then here's a cracking twofer,can't decide which side I prefer the vocal to "The Horse" or the great funky dancer "The Mule"......I'll let you choose.

The James Boys-The Horse/The Mule Phil L.A.of Soul

Could hav bin me on this thread but did get the heads up off Dereck

On this Sturdy tuneful gemm

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