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Here's one of the boots/re-issues with the instrumental on the flip.

If anyone else has any info on the provenance of these it would be interesting to know.

http://www.popsike.com/JACKIE-DAYARTHUR-WRIGHTbefore-its-too-lateinstroNORTHERN-MODmirwoodLISTEN/230865453946.html

 

 

Quite possibly Simon Soussan got those made up...

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Here's one of the boots/re-issues with the instrumental on the flip.

If anyone else has any info on the provenance of these it would be interesting to know.

http://www.popsike.com/JACKIE-DAYARTHUR-WRIGHTbefore-its-too-lateinstroNORTHERN-MODmirwoodLISTEN/230865453946.html

 

 

These are Simon Soussan boots he "conned" Arthur Wright to letting him have some stuff an instrumental of "Hurt on the other side" came out at about the same time.

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According to Mr Manship this is a legit copy. Whether Mr Soussan had anything to do with it I'm not sure but do know it was played out about 72/73 at The Highland Room so whether he was cutting his dodgy stuff at this time again I'm non the wiser. I presume this is the only way to obtain the instrumental??

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I thought it was more 74. Three came out in total: Before it's Too Late, Mary Love, Lay this Burden Down, and Vernon Garrett, If I could Turn Back The Hands Of Time. All on Blue(Turquoise?) Modern, with the Arthur Wright Orchestra instrumental flip.

 

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According to Mr Manship this is a legit copy. Whether Mr Soussan had anything to do with it I'm not sure but do know it was played out about 72/73 at The Highland Room so whether he was cutting his dodgy stuff at this time again I'm non the wiser. I presume this is the only way to obtain the instrumental??

 

I used to go the Highland Room in 72/73 never heard it. John M would have been about ten at the time I guess.

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I used to go the Highland Room in 72/73 never heard it. John M would have been about ten at the time I guess.

Ten Chris? That makes John 50/51 today?? and the rest ha!

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I used to go the Highland Room in 72/73 never heard it. John M would have been about ten at the time I guess.

It definitely was played there. I attended from 70 till 73 and although I can't remember what I had for tea last night it was played.

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It definitely was played there. I attended from 70 till 73 and although I can't remember what I had for tea last night it was played.

 

Well, I spoke to the head DJ at the Highland room he says not.

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Well, I spoke to the head DJ at the Highland room he says not.

Maybe not at the decks every minute, could have been played by Tony Jebb or Les Cockel? Anyway I never went to any other events and I'm not dreaming but it's a minor point me thinks?? :thumbsup:

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These are Simon Soussan boots he "conned" Arthur Wright to letting him have some stuff an instrumental of "Hurt on the other side" came out at about the same time.

I would tend to agree.

Thank you.

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Nothing stamped in the run out, just scratched MM 1028-1.

I seem to remember it being played at Wigan, possibly even where I bought it from.

 

Kev

Kev. Exactly the same colour turquoise as the Mary Love. Lay this burden down. Which I was told was a legit issue. So I'm assuming the same goes for the Jackie Day.

Steve

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Well, I spoke to the head DJ at the Highland room he says not.

Don't for get around this time, Ian was DJing at Hanley with Tony.

Colin and Keith were DJing at Bl;ackpool.

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I used to go the Highland Room in 72/73 never heard it. John M would have been about ten at the time I guess.

Since John left school in 69, he would have be 18/19 at the time.

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I'm assuming that it could have been played at the Mecca by Colin or Keith without Ian Levine knowing.

Steve

 

Then you don't know Ian, forget it if he says wasn't played and is a boot then it is.

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