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Can someone ID this for me ?

I know it, it's really familiar, must have it on a CDR or tape somewhere or maybe I've just heard it played out, but can't for the life of me think what it is.

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Can someone ID this for me ?

I know it, it's really familiar, must have it on a CDR or tape somewhere or maybe I've just heard it played out, but can't for the life of me think what it is.

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Sorry Alison, I can't open the file.

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Roger Banks had one for sale a while back on his list, but i asked him about it last Lifeline..already sold, great sound Ali, have seen it on e-bay...hang in there you'll bag it.

Brett

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Alison,you need her other release on duo "one moment"covered up in the early nineties as barbara hall "one wife-time" in fact she has about four releases on the label ,all worthwhile chasing,happy hunting

Mick

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Have got "One moment" but want the song Alison is on about......it's always the way isn't it unsure.gif

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Sorted - ID'd as Sheryl Swope - Can't get him off my mind on Duo.

Now I want one - anyone help ?????

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Used to be fairly cheap, hasn't this gone into three figures recently?

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Sorted - ID'd as Sheryl Swope - Can't get him off my mind on Duo.

Now I want one - anyone help ?????

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Is that the same label as Jo ann garrett....One woman...... Thinks there are some other good tracks on the label as well unsure.gif

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Paid £125 for my Can't get him off my mind a couple of months ago. But with my track record that probably means it's a £50 record

Both sides are great, largely due to the fact that both sides are identical.

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Paid £125 for my Can't get him off my mind a couple of months ago. But with my track record that probably means it's a £50 record

Both sides are great, largely due to the fact that both sides are identical.

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Sure I've seen this as high as £150 Andy, great record and getting popular by the looks of it.

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I got mine off Shifty a year or two back if I remember rightly, & fairly cheap at that (about a tenner, although only vg, but plays fine).

Have seen it a few times on his list since (nearer the prices quoted previously though), so may be worth checking him

Mike

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Sheryl Swope on DUO...What a class record!

Actually I got this record at age 10, in a big box of unplayed miscellaneous 45s that a girl gave my father back in 1982. He let me have them all to myself, as he wasn't really interested in them. At the time, I was more into the 50s sound and not really checking out much soul at all. And it's only circumstantial that I held onto most of that stuff, as I had it tucked away in a climate-controlled attic. Then 10 years later, when I matured into soul music more and was learning about northern, I decided to go up to the attic and sort through through that box to see what was in there.

Here are a few singles I pulled out (all UNPLAYED!)

1. Can't Get Him Off My Mind-Sheryl Swope-DUO-got me interested in the productions of Bridges, Knight and Eaton, AKA Brothers of Soul. Really made a strong impression on me.

2. Bessie Girl-Bobby Eaton(b.o.s.)-ZODIAC

3. Sugar-Isonics-KAMMY

4. Determination-Fabulous Apollos-VALTONE (white demo)

5. Half a Man-Howard Tate-VERVE

It's like I had bonds in the bank and waited for them to mature. It was a great jump start to a very nice soul collection, too.

But, there were a few other times where, in the 80s, I got a hold of some nice soul records that turned out later to be northern. I regret letting one of them go in particular. It's "The Big Change" by Anna King on Ludix. I used to have a stone mint copy of this record and I let it go in a trade years ago for some doo wop or something else other than soul. To this day, I 've never come across the record and I don't remember what it sounds like at all. If someone could post a sound file, I'd greatly appreciate it.

KTF

Jas

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Sheryl Swope on DUO...What a class record!

Actually I got this record at age 10, in a big box of unplayed miscellaneous 45s that a girl gave my father back in 1982. He let me have them all to myself, as he wasn't really interested in them. At the time, I was more into the 50s sound and not really checking out much soul at all. And it's only circumstantial that I held onto most of that stuff, as I had it tucked away in a climate-controlled attic. Then 10 years later, when I matured into soul music more and was learning about northern, I decided to go up to the attic and sort through through that box to see what was in there.

Here are a few singles I pulled out (all UNPLAYED!)

1. Can't Get Him Off My Mind-Sheryl Swope-DUO-got me interested in the productions of Bridges, Knight and Eaton, AKA Brothers of Soul. Really made a strong impression on me.

2. Bessie Girl-Bobby Eaton(b.o.s.)-ZODIAC

3. Sugar-Isonics-KAMMY

4. Determination-Fabulous Apollos-VALTONE (white demo)

5. Half a Man-Howard Tate-VERVE

It's like I had bonds in the bank and waited for them to mature. It was a great jump start to a very nice soul collection, too.

But, there were a few other times where, in the 80s, I got a hold of some nice soul records that turned out later to be northern. I regret letting one of them go in particular. It's "The Big Change" by Anna King on Ludix. I used to have a stone mint copy of this record and I let it go in a trade years ago for some doo wop or something else other than soul. To this day, I 've never come across the record and I don't remember what it sounds like at all. If someone could post a sound file, I'd greatly appreciate it.

KTF

Jas

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Ann King was a Guy Hennigan spin at Stafford Jas....covered as Marjorie Black. I also played this out during the 80's and hardly heard it since I sold my collection. See it on list farily often over here, should be about £80 IMO but it is rising to £100/£120 in some cases. Great record and a soundfile on it's way unsure.gif

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Is that the same label as Jo ann garrett....One woman...... Thinks there are some other good tracks on the label as well  unsure.gif

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Yep,

7450 Jo Ann Garrett One Woman I'm A Now Girl (Do It Now)

7451 Sheryl Swope Can't Get Him Off My Mind How You Feel

7453 Sheryl Swope Run To Me Are You Gonna Do Right This Time

7455 Jo Ann Garrett I'll Always Remember Get Back

7456 Sheryl Swope One Moment Meet Me

7459 Oncoming Times If You Had My Love What Is Life Without Love

7462 Jo Ann Garrett Can You Deal With That Tell him I Love Him

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Yep,

7450 Jo Ann Garrett One Woman I'm A Now Girl (Do It Now)

7451 Sheryl Swope Can't Get Him Off My Mind How You Feel

7453 Sheryl Swope Run To Me Are You Gonna Do Right This Time

7455 Jo Ann Garrett I'll Always Remember Get Back

7456 Sheryl Swope One Moment Meet Me

7459 Oncoming Times If You Had My Love What Is Life Without Love

7462 Jo Ann Garrett Can You Deal With That Tell him I Love Him

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Also Jo Ann Garrett - Little Brown Letter on Duo7454 B which is an occasional play.

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Also Jo Ann Garrett - Little Brown Letter on Duo7454 B which is an occasional play.

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Great tune, heard this out somewhere recently, I think Hammy plays it? I've got a fairly wrecked copy of One Woman, nice tune too and quite like the funky-ish B side.

Is Anna King the same singer as 'Mama's Got A Bag of Her Own'?

Rach

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Is Anna King the same singer as 'Mama's Got A Bag of Her Own'?

Rach

As far as I know it's the same singer. Big Changer far far better record though, ripe for re-activation IMO.

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