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shall I watch it first then do a Barry Norman?

Definately advisable, sir. Till recently, I foolishly ignored the new adage "Never judge a DVD by its cover". My local charity shop now provides a safe haven for all DVDs operating under the disguise of "soul". :rolleyes:

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Definately advisable, sir. Till recently, I foolishly ignored the new adage "Never judge a DVD by its cover". My local charity shop now provides a safe haven for all DVDs operating under the disguise of "soul".  :huh:

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You ouhgt to get some of my dvd's Kolla - top quality stuff :rolleyes:

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I'd love to see it mate. A Blues documentary directed by the same guy who directed "Training Day" and "The Replacement Killers"!!!

Ahh- still remember the first time I heard Red Rooster.....sweet memories! :rolleyes::huh::P

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Oh yeah, if you want my copy of Kev Roberts' "Northern Soul's Greatest Hits" you can have it...

Kolla ain't chucked it out yet. How much do you want to take it off me hands?? :rolleyes:

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Speaking of loosely soul-related cinema, has anyone seen any of the pre-publicity for the US only feature film starring, and based loosely on the life of Chuck Corby of Soul Communicators fame? Looked interesting, to say the least. Billed as "The Sopranos meets The Five Heartbeats". can't remember the title OTTOMH, but will post a link to the film's website.

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Billed as "The Sopranos meets The Five Heartbeats". can't remember the title OTTOMH, but will post a link to the film's website.

Aw, Gareth must have fallen asleep. The film is called Saloonatics and was co-written by John A. Russo (of 'Night of the Living Dead' fame!). It was supposed to come out a year ago.

Here's a link - www.saloonaticsmovie.com

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