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Best Finale

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Enjoyed the intro post but what about favourite finales?

After nearly 30 years I can't think of one to better the finish of Cecil Washingtons "I dont like to lose"...Still sends a shiver down my spine.

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Enjoyed the intro post but what about favourite finales?

After nearly 30 years I can't think of one to better the finish of Cecil Washingtons "I dont like to lose"...Still sends a shiver down my spine.

mandril - never die- most underated and under played mandril tune.

arthur - miles helping hand- 90s soul as good as it gets for any soul genre from any decade.

on a non soulful basis, but an anthem it's gotta be oasis- champagne super nova, does it for me everytime, where were you when we were getting high.

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Guest miff

Isley Bros - Behind a painted smile, The best end to any record ever, Period. :(

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Isley Bros - Behind a painted smile, The best end to any record ever, Period. :(

Closing lines of Melvin Davis " Find A Quiet Place "

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arthur - miles helping hand- 90s soul as good as it gets for any soul genre from any decade.

Fully agree and a monster track at the time - must dig it out.

How about endings of

"Bernadette" - Four Tops

"The Breaking Point" - Deena Johnson

"Count The Days" - Stanley Williams .......... "just watch my footsteps in the snow" :(

John.

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i totally missed the point of this thread before doh!

i posted 3 tunes i thought would make for a good finale to a set or night, numb nuts.

endings and outros of records wise it has to be

delreys inc. destination unknown- atmospheric fade out superb.

graham central station - feel the need- 100 mile an hour stomper to stone dead in 1 second.

the undertones - it's gonna happen tonight-fades out with some lovely horns and guitars great pop.

Skip Mahoney - Janice. all just kinda wobbles to a stop...
and not a moment too soon :yes: lol.

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