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Nye Ns Celebration - London: Flynny Playlist

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Always enjoy getting behind the decks back in good ole Blighty...and once again my annual pilgrimage back to the homeland found me at the London NYE nighter. An honour to share the billing with Sam, Arthur, Edu and the host and all-round good guy Yann! Here is what I threw down...'er, I mean placed carefully onto the slip-mats, for my main sets:

 

Set#1

VONDELLS - HEY GIRL YOU'VE CHANGED - AIRTOWN CUSTOM
MOMENTS - "BABY" I WANT YOU - HOG
EDDIE DAYE & FOUR BARS - GUESS WHO LOVES YOU - SHRINE
CAIROS - STOP OVERLOOKING ME - SHRINE
ENJOYABLES - SHAME - SHRINE
RODD KEITH & THE RAINDROPS - LIKE THE LORD SAID - PREVIEW
JOKERS - SOUL SOUND - SKO-FIELD
JOEY DELORENZO - WAKE UP TO THE SUNSHINE GIRL - MI-VAL
NOMADS - SOMETHIN'S BAD - MO-GROOV
LITTLE WILLIE FAULK - LOOK INTO MY HEART - M&H
JOE MATTHEWS - AIN'T NOTHING YOU CAN DO - KOOL KAT
DETROIT RHYTHM SECTION - I KNOW SOMETHING - UNISSUED
MELLO SOULS - WE CAN MAKE IT - MELLO

 

Set#2

OUT OF SIGHTS - FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE - SARU
JACKIE DAY - NAUGHTY BOY - PHELECTRON
ERIC MERCURY - LONELY GIRL - SAC
INTENSIONS - SHE NEEDS SOMEBODY - U.S.A.
COUNTS - PEACHES BABY - SHRINE
PROFESSIONALS - THAT'S WHY I LOVE YOU - GROOVE CITY
GLORIA JONES - COME AND GO WITH ME - UPTOWN
JUDY HUGHES - FINE, FINE, FINE - VAULT
YVONNE BAKER - YOU DIDN'T SAY A WORD - PARKWAY
RAY POLLARD - THIS TIME - SHRINE
MASQUERADERS - HOW - LA BEAT
DANNY WOODS - YOU HAD ME FOOLED - CORREC-TONE
LARRY CLINTON - SHE'S WANTED - DYNAMO
PROPHETS - IF I HAD (ONE GOLD PIECE) - SHRINE
SHIRLEY EDWARDS - DREAM OF MY HEART - SHRINE
MAGNETICS - I'LL KEEP HOLDING ON - SABLE

 

Hopefully no damage was done to anyone's knees or backs from that little lot! Looking forward to next year already! :thumbup:

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Gentlemen, I fear your comments with regards to JD are misguided...just give in to it...let the nagging beat, chopping guitar and bass-line breakdowns soak into your minds and feet...pure Northern...pure dance-floor dynamite! Go on, admit it...it's brilliant!

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Dave, thanks for posting your playlist but have you forgotten set 3 at the end, you played my request for the Allen Sisters at 5.50, sorry I always ask you to play that when you're over here at NYE. Great music, especially to hear the Prophets followed by Shirley Edwards, my 2 favourite Shrine records.

 

I know Wake Up To The Sunshine Girl is one that you either love or hate, I'm in the former camp, possibly because it was one of the first records that I knew when I first went to the Capital Soul Club back in 2002, start of a long and rewarding road of soul nights, but also because it's a great dance record and I can prove to myself that I can still dance to fast records these days despite being over the hill.

 

It was really good to see you and talk, looking forward to the next NYE allnighter.

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Dave, thanks for posting your playlist but have you forgotten set 3 at the end, you played my request for the Allen Sisters at 5.50, sorry I always ask you to play that when you're over here at NYE. Great music, especially to hear the Prophets followed by Shirley Edwards, my 2 favourite Shrine records.

 

It was really good to see you and talk, looking forward to the next NYE allnighter.

 

Always a pleasure to catch up with you as well, Geoff...fabulous to see you're still keeping it real :thumbsup:

 

Set #3...hands up I didn't track it all, but yes the Allan Sisters was in there somewhere along with Chuck Flamingo, Fourth Level, Bob & Fred, Arin Demain etc...the last three were defo Ralph Graham, Monique and Chip Tyler!

 

See you next year!

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Gentlemen, I fear your comments with regards to JD are misguided...just give in to it...let the nagging beat, chopping guitar and bass-line breakdowns soak into your minds and feet...pure Northern...pure dance-floor dynamite! Go on, admit it...it's brilliant!

:boxing:  :hypocrite:

 

Until he opens his mouth :lol:

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Always a pleasure to catch up with you as well, Geoff...fabulous to see you're still keeping it real :thumbsup:

 

Set #3...hands up I didn't track it all, but yes the Allan Sisters was in there somewhere along with Chuck Flamingo, Fourth Level, Bob & Fred, Arin Demain etc...the last three were defo Ralph Graham, Monique and Chip Tyler!

 

See you next year!

:thumbup:

 

Thanks Dave, someone asked me what the Chuck Flamingo one was and amazingly I could tell them. Any info on him, I've got a track by him on an old Sue LP (Doctor Soul) called A little bit of this (little bit of that)?

 

And I didn't realise that If You Ask Me was a different record from the Jerry Williams one.

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Thanks Dave, someone asked me what the Chuck Flamingo one was and amazingly I could tell them. Any info on him, I've got a track by him on an old Sue LP (Doctor Soul) called A little bit of this (little bit of that)?

 

Chuck had two 45s on Rojac...the one you have (also on UK Sue) and the one I played, which I personally associate with Gary Rushbrooke, as he used to play it upstairs at Stafford (no idea who was first onto it). Quite a few copies suffer from background noise/sound lo-fi, whilst others don't...not sure if it is two pressing runs or the poor ones came from the premature end of the stampers life and/or a batch of poor quality vinyl! There is also an incredibly rare GREEN vinyl copy which plays super clear as well! (He also recorded some earlier non-NS discs).

 

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Chuck had two 45s on Rojac...the one you have (also on UK Sue) and the one I played, which I personally associate with Gary Rushbrooke, as he used to play it upstairs at Stafford (no idea who was first onto it). Quite a few copies suffer from background noise/sound lo-fi, whilst others don't...not sure if it is two pressing runs or the poor ones came from the premature end of the stampers life and/or a batch of poor quality vinyl! There is also an incredibly rare GREEN vinyl copy which plays super clear as well! (He also recorded some earlier non-NS discs).

 

:hatsoff2:

 

Thanks for the information Dave.

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