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Mine has gotta be; "Harlem Train" Dick Leslie & Individuals ,G-L {even the artiste name is "Loco"}

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Swobblin by Les Cooper, Harlem Rumble by Frank Foster of course and the one I always wanted that's really scarce is Memphis Train by the Memphis Horns. Flogged Dick Leslie last year. Dizzy by Lester Lanin from Wigan is insane  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXCp7G5zzMQ  . Along Comes Mary by the Baja Marimba Band is a great 'lively' tune too.

Dx

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The Triumphs - Walkin' The Duck - Verve records 

Played last night @ The Outer Circle Scooter Club - Stoke-On-Trent last nite it sounded Soooooooooo good LOUD !!!!!!

atb Kev:hatsoff2:

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Kaddo Strings - Nothing But Love      Ace tune to my ears but reckon an outsider would believe the whole thing is off key, hopefully done on purpose to arrest yer ears!

George Lemons - Fascinating Girl                                                                                        ditto

 

Paul

 

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Was told this one got played at the Casino?

Mason Williams - Classical gas. Great accousting guitar and a full Mike Post treatment:

 

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I wish George Lemons WAS an instrumental

Think you will find that the instrumental was played first, it is on you tube(still don´t know how to put it on here)

 

Steve

Sorry Benji! early morning

 

Steve

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" Serenade" The Sounds Of Lane { actually "I Had too Much To Dream Last Night " instro,The Electric Piano Playground c/u by Simone Soupson. "Dire " ,Truly Awful", "Plumbing the depths of Depravity" some tube comments well please Keep On Plumbing chums ,Theres lots more,Some magnifico choices so far LOL johnny

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The Dogs -Soul step - Treasure -was an East Anglian classic for many years for me - I cant remember the last time it was played not every ones favourite

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 Becker ,"Soul Step" The Perros {Spanish Version] what a truly magnifico track,a Dick starling Wigan play from 1979 ,And  yes ,too all you budding ,Ian Wistanleys,shuold be Played Out ! {please more ,more ,more, Crazy instrumentals ,my Portfolio is Enlarging by the hour LOl Johnny}

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Citizen P; crazy instro with lots of Cred: on mike hanks detroit Tuba label,Johnny also had the "loop" on tuba 66 and even managed afew Vibe/ organ LPs Super cool!

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I wasn't aware of a Dick Starling 1979 play ? I thought it may have been earlier the memories not so good now it took sometime to find back in the day

Dickie was playing 'Soul Step' circa 77 - there is a live tape from Wigan somewhere with him introducing it.

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HARRY BETTS-THE FANTASTIC PLASTIC FLYING MACHINE. Now that was a strange one :thumbsup:

There seems to be a pattern forming here methinks

Both played at Casino weren't they, although remember Harry Betts being played a lot at Notts Palais.

 

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Tony Newman :"Let The Good Times Roll" 1968 Decca /Parrot. Mr N 1st played in Mr Ms,was in the tradition of great N.S. drummers; Sandy Nelson,Hal Blaine and Dave Clarke{they all have crazy instros!] .Miguel,nice to see  a "resurgance" ofthis thread after numero dos ,that was gettin really heavy man lol Neil.

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