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Whitby plays, no particular order

 

(Pavilion Market place (2), Met Ballroom (2) , downstairs Pavilion)

 

 

 

Funkthomas ‘sweet baby’ 

 

Mayer Hawthorne ‘the walk’

 

Marvin Gaye ‘where are we going’

 

Lack of Afro ‘fool’

 

Primaveras ‘magic touch’

 

Alemayehu Eshte ‘mekeyershene salawke’

 

Singing Sam ‘move it baby’

 

Manu Dibanngo ‘soul makossa’

 

Perry and The Harmonics ‘do the monkey with james’

 

Marvin Gaye ‘lets get it on (let’s dance riddim)’

 

Smokey Robinson ’tracks of my tears (stranger riddim)’

 

Landy McNeil ‘move it (move on)’

 

Chuck Reed ‘females’

 

Dave ‘baby ‘ Cortez ‘getting’ to the point’

 

Slim Harpo ‘I’m your bread maker’

 

Gregory Issaes ‘open the door to your heart’

 

Charlie Ordinaire ‘troubles’

 

Sono Rhizmo ‘need no doctor’

 

Jimmy Hughes ‘my loving time’

 

Mckay ‘take me over’

 

Towerbrown ‘which game are you playing’

 

Elliott Shavers ‘soul village’

 

The Slicker ‘johnny (too) bad ‘

 

Derrick Harriott ‘reach out I’ll be there’

 

James Mcleece ‘a million tears’

 

Sonny Boy Williamson ‘one way out’

 

Jacques Dutronc ‘le responsible’

 

Mandrill  ‘too late’

 

Archie Bell & the Drells ‘don’t let love get you down’

 

Smooth & Co ‘half stepping’

 

Ben Westbeech ‘something for the weekend’

 

Detroit Spinners ‘feel the need’

 

Sean Oliver ‘you and me’

 

Spinners ‘I just want to fall in love ‘

 

Funky Company ‘lets groove’

 

Bobby Bland ‘shoes’

 

Arin Demain ‘silent treatment’

 

Marv Johnson ‘come on and stop’

 

Albert Washington ‘I’m the man’

 

The Tandels ‘is it love’

 

Brenda Holloway ‘just look what you’ve done’

 

Jimmy Fraser ‘of hopes and dreams and tombstones’ (inst )

 

Bobby Taylor ‘oh, I’ve been blessed’

 

5 Royals ‘catch that teardrop’

 

Dee Dee Sharp ‘what kind of lady’

 

Little Ann ‘what should I do’

 

Funk Brothers ‘love is like an itching in my heart’ (inst)

 

Robert Thomas ‘salvation’

 

Chris Farlow ‘out of time’

 

Irma & the Fascinators ‘you need love’

 

Cashmeres ‘show stopper’

 

Kenny Gamble ‘the jokes on you’

 

Dean Barlow ‘third window from the right’

 

Robert Parker ‘caught you in a lie’

 

Sam Dees ‘lonely for you baby’

 

Dusty Springfield ‘what’s it gonna be’

 

Barbara Mills ‘queen of fools’

 

Betty O ‘Brien ‘she’ll be gone’

 

Bobby Angelle ‘its just gotta be that way’

 

Joanie Sommers ‘don’t pity me’

 

Irie Blessing ‘incrowd’

 

Bamboos ‘tighten up’

 

Chicago Allstars ‘nowhere to run’

 

Paul Revere & the Raiders ‘ain’t nothing wrong’

 

Gary Toms Empire ‘love me right’

 

Tom Green ‘endless confusion’

 

Sharon Jones & The Dap – Kings ‘little boys with shiny toys’

 

Ben L’Oncle Soul ‘hallelujah’

 

Wanda Rouzan ‘would you love me’

 

Claude Francois ‘reste’

 

The Nomads ‘have I got a right’

 

The Fabulous Peps ‘love of my life’

 

MFSB ‘tsop (the sound of philadelphia)’

 

Larry Sauders ‘on the real side’

 

Esther Phillips ‘what a difference a day makes’

 

McFadden & Whitehead ‘ain’t no stopping us now’

 

Fantastic Puzzles ‘come back’

 

Chuck Jackson ‘I’ve got the need’

 

Larry Houston ‘lets spend some time together’

 

Flame n King ‘ho happy day'

 

Bill Harris ‘am I cold, am I hot’

 

Slim Smith 'ain't to proud to beg'

 

Laurel Aitkin 'it's too late'

 

  

 

 

 

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My British Beat playlist at the Whitby Pavilion Sunday afternoon session

Georgie Fame – Seventh Son – CBS

The Searchers – Hi Heel Sneakers – Pye

First Gear – The In Crowd – Pye

Peter’s Faces – Susie-Q – Piccadilly

John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers – Looking Back – Decca

The First Gear – A Certain Girl – Mar-Mar

Duffy Power – If I Get Lucky Some Day – Parlophone

Chris Farlowe – Hey Hey Hey Hey – Columbia

John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers – She’s Too Young – Decca

Herbie Goins and the Night-Timers – Cruisin’ – Parlophone

The Richard Kent Style – Go Go Children – Coral

Rupert’s People – Hold On – Columbia

Tony Knight’s Chessmen – Surfer Street – Decca

Mark Four – Slow Down – Mercury

Alexis Korner Blues Inc – Little Baby – Parlophone

The Zephyrs – Sweet Little Baby – Columbia

Mark Leeman Five – Going To Bluesville – Columbia

Laurie Jay Combo – Just A Little Bit – Decca

The Measles – Bye Birdie Fly – Columbia

The Mark Four – I’m Leaving – Decca

Bo Street Runners – Bo Street Runner – Decca

The Birds – I’m Leaving – Decca

The Creation – Biff Bam Pow - Planet

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Great stuff , Dekka . The sound of 'Dekka's Roots Room' (at Whitby) . Hopefully you'll post your other set list . 

Hi Mate, yep it sure is the sound of the Roots Room as it is all different sounds with no baggage, the Roots Room is based on the Mod scene where people have the freedom to express themselves so long as it's 6t's, be it RnB, Soul, Jazz, Ska, Beat, Latin, Funk, or whatever you fancy, just keep it 6t's and keep the Mod ethos,

will look to put up my Saturday playlist at a later date

atb

dekka

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A little late but here’s My RnB/6t’s Soul playlist at the Whitby Pavilion Saturday afternoon session

Lou Lawton – Knick Knack Patty Wack – Wand

Otis Rush – Homework – Duke

Mel Smith – Chicken Backs – Courtesy

The Sotos Brothers – Little Lila – Freddo

Big Buddy Lucas – I Can’t Go – Caprice

Jo Ann Henderson – baby Please Don’t Go – Phonograph

Marjorie Black – One More Hurt – Sue

Larry Williams – I Am The One – Okeh

Ozz and his Sperlings – Daddy Rollin’ Stone – Goldenway

Earl Wright – Them Love Blues – Virgo

Charles Sheffield – It’s Your Voodoo Working – Excello

Vernon Harrell – Slick Chick – Lescay

Otis Lee – Hard Road To Hoe – Quaint

Little Willie John – I’m Shakin’ – King

Willie May’s – If You Love Me – Duke

Mel Williams – Sookie – Tasty Hasty

The Soul Blenders – Love Built On A Strong Foundation – Vanessa

Little Eddie Taylor – I Had A Good Time – Peacock

Lewis Clark – If You Ever Leave Me – Tigertown

The Excuses – Trick Bag – Vivace

Billy Kennedy – This Is A Groovy Generation – Thelma

Shorty Long – It’s A Crying Shame – Tamla Motown

The Dream Merchants – Stop (You’re Breaking My Heart) - Renee

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Whitby plays, no particular order

 

(Pavilion Market place (2), Met Ballroom (2) , downstairs Pavilion)

 

 

 

Funkthomas ‘sweet baby’ 

 

Mayer Hawthorne ‘the walk’

 

Marvin Gaye ‘where are we going’

 

Lack of Afro ‘fool’

 

Primaveras ‘magic touch’

 

Alemayehu Eshte ‘mekeyershene salawke’

 

Singing Sam ‘move it baby’

 

Manu Dibanngo ‘soul makossa’

 

Perry and The Harmonics ‘do the monkey with james’

 

Marvin Gaye ‘lets get it on (let’s dance riddim)’

 

Smokey Robinson ’tracks of my tears (stranger riddim)’

 

Landy McNeil ‘move it (move on)’

 

Chuck Reed ‘females’

 

Dave ‘baby ‘ Cortez ‘getting’ to the point’

 

Slim Harpo ‘I’m your bread maker’

 

Gregory Issaes ‘open the door to your heart’

 

Charlie Ordinaire ‘troubles’

 

Sono Rhizmo ‘need no doctor’

 

Jimmy Hughes ‘my loving time’

 

Mckay ‘take me over’

 

Towerbrown ‘which game are you playing’

 

Elliott Shavers ‘soul village’

 

The Slicker ‘johnny (too) bad ‘

 

Derrick Harriott ‘reach out I’ll be there’

 

James Mcleece ‘a million tears’

 

Sonny Boy Williamson ‘one way out’

 

Jacques Dutronc ‘le responsible’

 

Mandrill  ‘too late’

 

Archie Bell & the Drells ‘don’t let love get you down’

 

Smooth & Co ‘half stepping’

 

Ben Westbeech ‘something for the weekend’

 

Detroit Spinners ‘feel the need’

 

Sean Oliver ‘you and me’

 

Spinners ‘I just want to fall in love ‘

 

Funky Company ‘lets groove’

 

Bobby Bland ‘shoes’

 

Arin Demain ‘silent treatment’

 

Marv Johnson ‘come on and stop’

 

Albert Washington ‘I’m the man’

 

The Tandels ‘is it love’

 

Brenda Holloway ‘just look what you’ve done’

 

Jimmy Fraser ‘of hopes and dreams and tombstones’ (inst )

 

Bobby Taylor ‘oh, I’ve been blessed’

 

5 Royals ‘catch that teardrop’

 

Dee Dee Sharp ‘what kind of lady’

 

Little Ann ‘what should I do’

 

Funk Brothers ‘love is like an itching in my heart’ (inst)

 

Robert Thomas ‘salvation’

 

Chris Farlow ‘out of time’

 

Irma & the Fascinators ‘you need love’

 

Cashmeres ‘show stopper’

 

Kenny Gamble ‘the jokes on you’

 

Dean Barlow ‘third window from the right’

 

Robert Parker ‘caught you in a lie’

 

Sam Dees ‘lonely for you baby’

 

Dusty Springfield ‘what’s it gonna be’

 

Barbara Mills ‘queen of fools’

 

Betty O ‘Brien ‘she’ll be gone’

 

Bobby Angelle ‘its just gotta be that way’

 

Joanie Sommers ‘don’t pity me’

 

Irie Blessing ‘incrowd’

 

Bamboos ‘tighten up’

 

Chicago Allstars ‘nowhere to run’

 

Paul Revere & the Raiders ‘ain’t nothing wrong’

 

Gary Toms Empire ‘love me right’

 

Tom Green ‘endless confusion’

 

Sharon Jones & The Dap – Kings ‘little boys with shiny toys’

 

Ben L’Oncle Soul ‘hallelujah’

 

Wanda Rouzan ‘would you love me’

 

Claude Francois ‘reste’

 

The Nomads ‘have I got a right’

 

The Fabulous Peps ‘love of my life’

 

MFSB ‘tsop (the sound of philadelphia)’

 

Larry Sauders ‘on the real side’

 

Esther Phillips ‘what a difference a day makes’

 

McFadden & Whitehead ‘ain’t no stopping us now’

 

Fantastic Puzzles ‘come back’

 

Chuck Jackson ‘I’ve got the need’

 

Larry Houston ‘lets spend some time together’

 

Flame n King ‘ho happy day'

 

Bill Harris ‘am I cold, am I hot’

 

Slim Smith 'ain't to proud to beg'

 

Laurel Aitkin 'it's too late'

 

  

 

 

 

Are all these originals Andy ?

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Sure Andy will put the labels up when he gets chance Jeff. 

Yea i know, top tracks he played there, Arin Demain, "Silent Treatment"  on Blue Star, rare one, great choon Andy..

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Yea i know, top tracks he played there, Arin Demain, "Silent Treatment"  on Blue Star, rare one, great choon Andy..

Even Rarer with the Star surrounding the middle, wonder if it was that one?

Spot.:shades:

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