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Wade Flemons - That Other Place / Vee-Jay

Ditto Wade Flemons, fabulous production I mean, and what a voice

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Ann Robinson - Little Miss Lonely / Virtue

Didn't know that one, there was a time the lyrics could have been the theme tune to my life, Sixteen Tons brought back happy memories of my youth , couldn't find the version I used to listen to before I was old enough to actually buy records which puzzled me, age has taken its toll on parts of my recall. Nice selection.

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Blame the weather, 70s box of boogie,

Clean Up Your Own Backyard- Jackie Moore (Atlantic)

I Just Want to Fall In love-Spinners (Atlantic)

Spinning Top-Frankie Gearing (Beale Street)

Hello Stranger-Quickest Way Out (Karen)

Love Is-Beverly&Duane (Brown Bomber)

Never Too Late-Individuals (P.I.P.)

The More I Get to Know You-Five Special (T.E.A.L)

Ain't That What You Want-Liquid Blue (HDM)

Hold On (to what you got)-Righteous Brothers (Haven)

You Turn Me On-Fourth Day (DT records)

How Long Is Forever- Frank & James (Smooth City Records)

You're What's Missing In My Life-G.C.Cameron (Motown)

Can't Live Without You-Phyllis Hyman (Expansion)

Still A Part of Me-Minits (MGM Sounds of Memphis)

Don't Let Love Walk Out On Us- Garland Green (RCA)

What I'm Going To Do (without your love)-Willie Johnson (Savanah International Records)

Is That Any Way to Treat a Lady- Jimmy Lewis (Hotlanta)

Can You Imagine That-Norma Jenkins (Desert Moon) 

All Alone by the Telephone- Checkmates Ltd. (Polydor)

I Need You Like a Baby-Janice (Roulette)

Wanted Dead or Alive-Krystal Generation (Mr Chand)

Make My Dreams a Reality- GQ (Arista)

Let Me Do It (until you're satisfied) Oscar Perry (Yellow Horizon)

Headed For The Streets-Herman H. Harper II (Loadstone)

Today or Never- Eleventh Commandment (Fast Track)

Forever And A Day- Mel & Tim (Stax)

Said it Before- Touch of Class (Midsong) 

 

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spun a couple between cleaning the dinner dishes and the start of the baseball game:

The Continental 4 - How Can I Pretend / Jay-Walking

The Volcanos - Help Wanted / Arctic

The Lovettes - I Need A Guy / Carnival promo

The Fantastic Johnny C - New Love / Phil-La of Soul

Johnny Nash - Love Ain't Nothin' / Argo

The Miracles - Ooo Baby Baby / Tamla demo

time for another glass of wine......

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Just had a mad half hour doing the housework lol.

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a 'family room' set from me after loading the dish washer (was my turn)

Come Home - Mama T - Stoic

He's on Time - Harlem Gospel Travellers - Colemine

Tonight You Might - Synthia (Lady Wray vocal) - Big Crown

Get With The Program - Doug Shorts - Daptone

I'm So Glad I'm Me - Ebonys - promo - Philadelphia International

I'm Hunting for your love again - Swans of New England - Cannonball

Remember - Whispers - Soul Clock

Bed of roses - Judy Clay - Stax promo

Coming Back - Jeff Darko - Enlace Funk

Stop Breaking My Heart - Cunnie Williams - Cannonball

Xantone Blacq - You Said - Imagenes

Your The Greatest Luv Of All - Elusiv - Young Stuzz@Large

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Ironing and packing for holiday in Montenegro, diet starts tomorrow if reviews of the hotel food are to be believed, last chance to play some recent purchases and a few old uns'

Bobby Moore                      Chained to Your Heart  (nice French issue picture cover) .

Jive Five                                You'll Fall In Love

The Agents                         You Were Meant For Me

Homer Banks                       Twenty Four Hour Lover Man

Fats Domino                       It Keeps Raining

Verdelle Smith                      Piece of the Sky

Jimmy Norman                   This I Beg Of You

Sonny Knight                       If You Want This Love

Brenda Lee                           If You Don't

Irma Thomas                         These Four Walls

Timi Yuro                              When Something Is Wrong with My Baby

Two Tons Of Love                  It's a Bad Situation in a Beautiful Place

Sammy Davis                       In the Shelter of Your Arms (impulse buy off the old bay, juries still out, couple of bits let it down a tad)

Billy Sha-Rae                        Do It (Blue Spectrum, not sure if it's an official release Discogs says Unknown looked up a couple of old threads on here no wiser, any clarification please?)

Judy Clay                                Bed of Roses

Miami                                     Kill Tat Roach

Bobby Moore                      You Got me Baby

The Companions                  Be Yourself

Wales Wallace                      Somebody I know

Jimmy Sterling                        If You Were Me

Melvin Brown & James Matthews        Love Stormy Weather

Bobby Oroza                        Your Love Is So Cold

Jackie Wilson                          Soul Galore

Shirley and the Shirelles          Look What You Done To My Heart

Betty Everett                             Getting Mighty Crowded

Bob Kuban                             The Cheater

  last three still give me the same thrill as when I first heard em' all those years ago

 

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, Twoshoes said:

last chance to play some recent purchases and a few old uns'

very nice set, lots of good stuff there Judy Clay a current fav of mine

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10 minutes ago, Shufflin said:

very nice set, lots of good stuff there Judy Clay a current fav of mine

Mine too, managed to grab a cheap one relative to Discogs prices, followed your advice re profit on the record I sold, bought a few re issues but mostly new stuff and originals, it's been a steep learning curve buying again. 

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Cold and very wet outside, so decided to get back to my quest of downloading my records.

Mickey and his mice- Cracker jack- Marti

Mighty Sam- Never too busy- Malaco

Bobby Freeman- C'mon and swim- Quality (canada)

Earnest Jackson- Love and happiness- Stone

Whispers- Needle in a haystack- Soul clock

Lisa Stansfield- Eight three one- Sonic wax

S.o.u.l.- This time around- Musicor

Bobby Womack- I'm gonna forget about you- Liberty

Little Milton- You ought to be here with me- Golden ear

Music Makers- United- Gamble

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wish more would contribute (on a music forum after all) anyhow here is mine for this week

Dells - All About the Paper - 20th Century

Bobby Oroza - Strange Girl - Big Crown

Woodward Avenue Players - Fire Him Hire Me - Cannonball

Pratt & Moody - Lost Lost Lost - Stylart

Maxine Brown - Let Me Give You My Lovin - Expansion (Blackpool Soul Festival 45)

Durand Jones - Morning in America - Colemine

Radiations - That's The Way Love Is - Diggin Deep

Floyd Lawson - I Ain't Going Anywhere - Record Kicks

Pendletons - Don't Turn Your Back - Bastard Jazz

Soulsations - Here Comes The Pain - Ste-Al records

Fysah & The Get Down - There Comes A time - WeCoast

Floyd Lawson - Air I Breathe - Record Kicks

 

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I had a few on the decks tonight that I hadn't played in a while:

Arthur Alexander - I Need You Baby / Monument

Brothers of Soul - Try It Babe / Shock

The Ad-Libs - New York In the Dark / A.G.P.

The Marvelettes - I'll Keep On Holding On / Tamla

Star-tels - What More Can I Ask For / Lamarr 

 

 

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Dipping in the boxes so a bit all over the place...…..

Ronnie Dyson                                    We Can Make It Last Forever

Wilson Picket                                       Don't Knock My Love

Thelma Jones                                      I'd Rather Leave While I'm in Love

Gale Garnett                                        I'll Cry Alone

Little Jerry Williams                             I'm The Lover Man

Cornelious Bros and Sister Rose         I Can't Stop Loving You

Harold Melvin                                     Reachin for the World               

Latimore                                             Somethin' 'Bout Cha'

Ashford and Simpson                         It Seems to Hang On

Erma Franklin                                     Never Again

Betty Everett                                      The Shoe Don't Fit

Rufus                                                  Tell Me Something Good

War                                                     Gypsy Man

Kool and the Gang                              Kool and the Gang

Fatback Band                                       Wicky Wacky

Loleatta Holloway                                Cry to Me

Betty LaVette                                        Your Turn To Cry

 

     

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On 05/11/2019 at 20:12, Twoshoes said:

Dipping in the boxes so a bit all over the place...…..

 

 

     

As i don't know any of these, i have lots to look forward to hearing

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Nice to see some action on this thread again - I had a couple of hours on the wheels of steel last night:-

Jimmy Sterling - If you were me (Six Nine 7")

Epicenter feat Sandra Feva - You can't come up in here no more (Krisma 7")

Jon Pierre Gee - So good to me (Kandi Inc 7")

The Impressions - Love me (Curtom Demo version 7")

LaRombe - You're the best (AOTN 7")

Phase II - The first shot (Osiris 7")

Ritchie Family - I'll do my best (for you baby) (RCA 12")

Shirley Lites - Heat you up (Melt you down) (West End 12")

Jack Tennis - The Light (Take it to Church 12") - youtube clip below - enjoy!

The Soup Dragons - I'm Free (Yam Who & Alan Dixon Remix) (Take it to Church 12")

 

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8 hours ago, Gogs said:

As i don't know any of these, i have lots to look forward to hearing

Same here with other people's posts, always a source of tunes new to me. Nothing rare or expensive on my list, after listening almost exclusively to tunes purchased in the last year thought I'd play a few long time favourites that more or less chart my taste from being at school. I've bought everything over the years spanning all genres of our great music. Hope you foynd a tune you like. 

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10 hours ago, Chris Turnbull said:

LaRombe - You're the best (AOTN 7")

love that, nice list

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Just playing through a mixed handful.  Here we go -

The Bean Brothers - Hey There / Shing - A - Ling (Cash $ales)

Royal Jesters - I Just Fell For You (GCP)

The Jaedes - Uh, Uh, What Did I Do (Athena)

New World - Somebody Will Be There (LeCam)

The Del Reys - Mama Was Right / Rosalind (New Breed)

Ellis, Pickford & Coffey - Reach Right Out (Cal)

Gamarik - Baby It's You / Together Forever (LAG)

Sunny & The Sunliners - If I Could See You Now / Should I Take You Home (Key-loc)

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9 hours ago, tiberius said:

Ellis, Pickford & Coffey - Reach Right Out (Cal)

 

9 hours ago, tiberius said:

Sunny & The Sunliners - If I Could See You Now

Two nice tunes new to me, enjoyed listening👍

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On 09/11/2019 at 09:57, Twoshoes said:

 

Two nice tunes new to me, enjoyed listening👍

Yes.  Top tens tend to change over time but If I Could See You Now has been, and would always be in mine. 👍

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Played a few of my favourite LP tracks Today some I have really grown to like since purchasing them for the dj-ing… 

        Bobby Hutton - Lend A Hand   Piece Of The Action LP  ABC 

       Ohio Players - Love Slipped Through My Fingers  Ohio Players 16 Greatest Hits LP  Trip 

        Terry Callier - Ordinary Joe  Occasional Rain LP Cadet  

        The Delfonics - Hurt So Bad  La La Means I Love You LP  Bell 

       Collins & Collins  - Top Of The Stairs   Collins & Collins  A&M 

        Bo Kirkland and Ruth Davis  - You're Gonna Get Next To Me   Bo and Ruth LP EMI 

        Stevie Wonder - Another Star/ I Wish   Songs In The Key Of Life   LP Motown 

        The Originals - Don't Stop Now  Portrait Of The Originals  LP Soul 

        Barbara McNair - It Happens Everytime   The Real Barbara McNair  LP Motown 

        Bobby Taylor - Don't Be Afraid  Taylor Made Soul  LP  Gordy 

        The Tempests - Someday  Would You Believe  LP  Smash 

        The Outsiders - Lonely Man   Outsiders Album 2  Capitol 

         Silhouettes - Not Me Baby   The Original And New 58/68 Silhouettes Get A Job LP  Goodway 

         Bobby Valentin - Use It Before You Lose It   Let's Turn On - Arrebatarnos  LP Fania 

         The Harvey Averne Dozen - Never Learned To Dance   The Harvey Averne Dozen LP Fania 

         Clyde McPhatter - Please Give Me One More Chance   Welcome Home LP Decca 

         Willie Hutch - Lucky To Be Loved By You  Soul Portrait LP RCA 

         Reuben Howell - You Can't Stop A Man In Love  Reuben Howell LP  Motown 

         Gladys Knight & The Pips - No One Could Love You More   Standing Ovation LP  Soul 

        Martha Reeves & The Vandellas  - No One There   Black Magic LP Gordy  

        The Four Tops  - Is There Anything That I Can Do/ I'm Grateful    Four Tops Second Album Tamla Motown 

         The Supremes and The Four Tops  - A Taste Of Honey   The Magnificent 7  LP Motown  

         David Ruffin - Walk Away From Love  Who I Am  LP Motown   

         Timi  Yuro  - It'll Never Be Over For Me   Something Bad On My Mind  LP Liberty  

    So Grateful to all the Artists for this wonderful Music....      

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I never know why people get so troubled by the term Modern Soul. Modern Classical Music began at the end of C19th and ended around the middle of C20th and Modern Jazz started in the forties and ended at the end of the sixties. Some people say Modern Soul is everything since about 1970 but any sensible definition would have the word seventies in there but may also include some late sixties, the eighties and early nineties, but really shouldn't include C21st neo/nu soul. Crossover is jazz-funk; the term was grabbed years ago and in a soul context is entirely meaningless and no two people agree on a definition anyway.

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On 11/11/2019 at 21:17, Bruv said:

Played a few of my favourite LP tracks Today

amazing how many great LP's there are, cracking list Bruv

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Friday night, few beers and some tunes

Larry Ellis And The Black Hammer - Funky Thing                        Al King 

Herman Hitson - Ain't No Other Way                                          Sweet Rose  

King Earnest - The Soul Stroke                                                     Sonic   

James Harris & The Flaming Hearts of Rhythm - The Hurt          Sophisticated   

 Edie & Robin With Six Feet Under - Chocolate Sugar                 Le Cam

The Exciters - Respect Yourself                                                     Loyola          

Joyce Bond - It's All Right                                                            Airborne

Betti Lou & Bobby Adams - Dr.Truelove                                      Tra-x    

 Sammy Ambrose - Monkey See Monkey Do                              Musicor  

 Trade Martin - Work Song                                                           RCA Victor   

 Frances Faye - Comin Home Baby                                               Audio Fidelity 

Zu Zu Blues Band - Zu Zu Man                                                     A&M

Ron Buford / Ural Thomas - Deep Soul Pt 2                                Camelot 

The Harvey Averne Dozen - Never Learned To Dance                 Uptite

Melba Moore  - The Magic Touch                                                Kent Anniversery

Tony Galla - In Love                                                                      Swan

Marvin Gaye - This Love Starved Heart Of Mine                          Tamla

The Supremes & Four Tops - A Taste Of Honey                           Tamla Motown

Bobby Garrett - My Little Girl                                                        Mirwood

Lonnie Lester - You Can't Go                                                         Nu-Tone 

Gloria Jones -Tainted Love                                                             Champion 

Detroit Soul - All Of My Life                                                           Music Town 

James Bynum - Time Passes By                                                      Philly City 

Marcia Hinés - You Gotta Let Go                                                    Dig-It 

Terry Callier  - Look At Me Now                                                      Cadet

Queen Yahna - Ain't It Time                                                            P&P

 Jackson Sisters ‎– I Believe In Miracles                                            Mums

The Prophets Of Peace - The Max                                                   Maxx 

Mario Biondi & The High Five Quintet - This Is What You Are       Unique

Aaron Neville - Hercules                                                                 Mercury

Fran Jeffries ‎– Honey And Wine                                                      Monument

Had to play Fran just to stop myself from going on for hours 

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wow Alan that is some list!

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25 minutes ago, Shufflin said:

wow Alan that is some list!

Thanks mate, whether it's at home or out I feel like a teenager again when spinning the soul & funk 45's 

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All over the place as usual, maybe it’s time to put some order in the boxes

 

The BarKays                       Knucklehead

Drifters                                Gotta Pay Your Dues

Bette La Vette                    What I Don’t Know Won’t Hurt Me

Jackie Moore                       Sweet Charlie Babe

Frankie Beverly                   Love (your pain goes deep)

Carlena Williams                Soulful Drop

Candi Staton                       I’d Rather Be an Old Man’s Sweetheart

Ernest Ernie                        My Eyes

Ronnie Walker                   It’s a Good Feelin

Van Mc Coy                        Soul Improvisations pt2

LTD                                       Back in Love Again

Johnnie Taylor                   Testify

The Love Rights                 It’s Time For a Change

Hamilton Bohannon         Foot Stompin Music

Dee Dee Warwick            When Love Slips Away

Inez and Charlie                Hurt By Love

Chris Jackson                     I’ll Never Forget You

Lou Johnson                       Reach Out For Me

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Frankie Beverly                   Love (your pain goes deep)

love that, another in my wants list!

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Love this one, some great choices Alan

On 29/11/2019 at 15:26, Alan said:

Betti Lou & Bobby Adams - Dr.Truelove                                      Tra-x    

 

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I had chance to spin a few singles Today, went for an all Female session of some of my favourite Soul/Northern Soul sounds from over the Years...

     Betty Turner - Be Careful Girl  Liberty 

     Etta James - Something's Got A Hold On Me  Argo 

    Barbara Lewis - I Remember The Feeling  Atlantic 

     Cindy Scott - I Love You Baby   Veep 

     Clydie King - Soft And Gentle Ways / He Always Comes Back To Me   Liberty 

    Esther Phillips  - Just Say Goodbye   Atlantic  

    Deena Johnson - The Breaking Point  - Wild Deuce 

    Carol and Gerri - How Can I Ever Find A Way / On You Heartaches Looks Good  MGM 

    Joey Heatherton - When You Call Me Baby   Decca 

    Christine Cooper - Heartaches Away My Boy   Parkway 

    Sissie Houston - Bring Him Back  Congress  

    Barbara Lynn - You're Losing Me  Atlantic 

     Barbara Mills - Queen Of Fools  Hickory 

    Marie Knight - That's No Way To Treat A Girl  Musicor 

     Leslie Ugamms  - Don't You Even Care  Atlantic 

      Joanie Sommers - Don't Pity Me  WB 

     P.P. Arnold - Everything's Gonna Be Alright  Immediate 

      The Jelly Beans - You Don't Mean Me No Good  Eske 

     Marlena Shaw  - Wade In The Water  Cadet 

      Shirley & The Shirelles  - Look What You've Done To My Heart  Bell 

      Devonnes - I'm Gonna Pick Up My Toys  Colossus 

       Pointer Sisters  - Send Him Back  Atlantic 

       Dee Dee Sharp - What Kind Of Lady  Gamble 

      Ila Van - Can't Help Loving That Man Of Mine   Roulette 

       Karmello Brooks - Tell Me Baby  Kent 

       Lorraine Rudolph - Keep Coming Back For More   Jet Stream 

      Linda Jones - I Just Can't Live My Life  WB 

     Maxine Brown - One In A Million  Wand  

      Ruby Andrews  - Just Loving You  Zodiac   

         

  Please Santa, An original copy of this beauty through the letter box this Year.....   

  

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The Jelly Beans - You Don't Mean Me No Good  Eske

nice list as always, got my eye on this one for xmas

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staying in for once, some played so far...

Jackie Wilson – It Only Happens When I Look at You – Brunswick

Kenny Young – Ain’t It Funny What Love Can Do – Share (yellow)

Betty LaVette – Only Your Love Can Save Me – Calla

James Lately – Love, Friends and Money – Diggin’ Deep

Manhattan Street Band – Tommy Don’t – Dunham

Barbara Lynn – Take Your Love & Run – Jetstream

Cissy Houston – I’m so Glad I Can Love Again – Janus (promo)

The Righteous Brothers – Hold On – Haven (promo)

G.C. Cameron – Let Me Down Easy – Motown (promo)

Barbara Lynn – Until Then I’ll Suffer - Jetstream

Cilla Black – Suffer Now I Must – Parlophone

 

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Kenny Young and James Lately two I played yesterday afternoon after finishing work before going out later, full list to follow, Righteous Bros, great tune, not sure I know the Cilla Black, I did check out one of hers I heard on a podcast early last year and pondered whether to buy.

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Getting ready for work yesterday morning found myself singing Boogaloo Party, thought I'll dig out some stuff I've not played for a while when I get back home, as usual ended up all over the place with some new buys and dodgy b sides

Kim Weston                                     I Got what you Need

Ruth Brown                                      Say It Again

Cletus Marland                                 Every Now and Then

Dee Dee Warwick                              We're Doin Fine

James Lately                                     Love Friends an Money

Jason Anthony Wright                      Reset to Zero

Josh Hoyer                                       Better Days

Issac Hayes and David Porter             Aint That Lovin You

Johnny Copeland                              Sufferin City

Margie Joseph                                  Let's Stay Together

Ben E King                                         We Got Love

William Bell                                       Trying to Love Two

Percy Sledge                                       Standing on a Mountain

Syl Johnson                                         Back for a Taste of Your Love

Kenny Young                                        Aint it Funny

   Finished off with a trio of instrumentals

The Brothers                                             Were You Ready for That

Jasper St Co                                         Till I found You (Hornstrumental)

Jr Walker                                              Tally Ho

   Going back now to play what I originally intended yesterday, the tunes that originally got me hooked 

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^^

lots of nice records there. I heard the Cilla Black on a mixcloud session, forget which one, then saw Brian Pinches had a YT vid of it, it's a bit of an oddity but could see it working at the right event

Josh Hoyer Better Days one of best 45's of last year imo

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1 hour ago, Shufflin said:

I heard the Cilla Black on a mixcloud session

Turns out  I have the Cilla Black and it wasn't the one I heard last year, that one was listed on YouTube as Popcorn, started buying records I remember enjoying as a kid before Soul Music took a hold, having older brothers and a sister I was much influenced by them, used to watch all the variety shows with my Mum, funny how some of the artists I enjoyed kind of paved the way for my future love of soul. After hearing Gloria Lynne Tower of Strength at last nights event and playing Cilla I had to give Frankie Vaughan's version a spin.

  Pic is some of my 60's collection which thankfully come far far cheaper than the Northern stuff

 

 

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12 hours ago, Shufflin said:

Cilla Black on a mixcloud session

Last word from me on Cilla, the one I heard was Baby It's You, won't post a link before we are reminded this is a soul music forum, I had a conversation with a Dj mate on NYE regarding the playing of white British pop, Petula Clark was brought up which has been discussed elsewhere, it's not what I'd choose to hear played at an event but people do dance to it and accept it so live and let live, funny thing for me some I know accept Pet but would look aghast if Josh Hoyer were played. The wonderful world of Northern Soul, I was accused of being part of the Soul Police on the same night for expressing an opinion. (Petula is in my 60's collection along with a couple more of hers, I remember vividly being fascinated as a kid when she sang in French, maybe she stirred my later passion for French cinema).

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1st session of the year, no beer though, totally beered out

The Sly, Slick  Wicked-Turn on your lovelight 

The Loveseed-Being Alone 

Ultimate Blacks-I Like to be 

Frank Tenella-You came along and changed my life 

Big Daddy Graham Trio-Pretty Little girl of mine 

Charles Swain, David Tolbert and The Black Liberation Band-Many times I cried 

Religious Souls-Sinner man 

 

individuals-May I 

General Lee and The Space Army Band- We did it baby 

George Campbell-So much love

Berganees-Cause I love you 

Have a great New Year 

Kev 

 

 

 

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Big Daddy Graham Trio-Pretty Little girl of mine 

that is amazing, looks to be very rare too

 

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so good added video :-)

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56 minutes ago, Shufflin said:

that is amazing, looks to be very rare too

 

Thanks Jack, yes it is, it's took me about 7 years to find one 👍

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Well got the Decks set back up now after the Silly Season dj-ing is all done with,  and decided to play an all instrumental session of some of my favourites from over the Years.    

              Booker T. & The M.G.'S  - Time Is Tight  Stax 

             The Marketts - Bella Dalena  WB  

             The Mood Mosaic - A Touch Of Velvet  Columbia 

             The Soulful Strings - Burning Spear  Cadet  

             Bob And Earl Band - My Little Girl  Jayboy            

             Willie Mitchell - That Driving Beat  Hi Records

            Milton Wright And The Terra Shirma Strings  - The Gallop  Carla

            Earl Wright And His Orchestra - Thumb A Ride  Capitol  

            Hank Jacobs - Elijah Rockin With Soul  Call Me 

            Cal Tjader - Soul Sauce  Verve 

            Sidra's Theme -  Ronnie And Robyn   Sidra 

           San Remo Strings - Festival Time Ric Tic 

            Earl Van Dyke - 6 by 6  Soul 

            JR. Walker & The All Stars  - Tune Up  Soul 

           James Lewis And The Case Of Tyme  - Manifesto  Legend  

            The Righteous Brothers Band  - Rat Race  Verve 

           Frankie (Loveman) Crocker - Ton Of Dynamite  Turbo 

           Al Foster Band - The Night Of The Wolf  Roulette 

          The Nite - Liters  - K - Jee  RCA 

          Just Brothers - Sliced Tomatoes  Music Merchant 

          Alfie Khan Sound Orchestra - Law Of The Land  Atlantic 

          Mystic Moods  - Astral Trip  WB 

         The Third Time Around - Soon Everything Is Gonna Be Alright  Denine 

         The Boogieman Orchestra - Theme From Lady, Lady, Lady  Boogie Man Records 

        Bebu Silvetti  - Spring Rain  SalSoul 

       The Brothers - Are You Ready For This   RCA 

       Bataan - The Bottle  RCA 

       Isaac Hayes - Disco Connection  ABC 

      MFSB - K - Jee    Universal Love LP  Philly Int 

      Love Unlimited Orchestra  - Love's Theme  20th Century  

               Fantastic version of the Nite - Liters Classic... 

      

                 

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Morning spent ironing, neighbours on holiday so up with the volume, some recent purchases ,some old stuff and a couple of oddballs,

Jimmy Ruffin                        Everybody Needs Love

Diana Ross                           How About You

Undisputed Truth                You Plus Me

Undisputed Truth                 You Got The        

Lovelites                               My Conscience

Harold Burrage                     Got to Find a Way

Ketty Lester                          River Of Salt

Jimmy Helms                        Your Past Is Beginning to Show

E Jackie Hines                       I'm So Glad

Gladys Knight                       Friendship Train

The Natura'elles                    Show Me The Way

Timi Yuro                               Ain't Gonna Cry No More

Spyder Turner                       You're Good Enough For Me

Tom Jones                             Stop Breaking My Heart

Matt Bianco                          Matts Mood

I'll put my hard hat on for this one,  last and definitely least one I've had some fun with when mates call round having them guess who they think it is, I'm led to believe and I don't know how true this is that there has been discussions on Facebook as to whether it actually is them or some Philadelphia sessions musicians, the same person told me it actually got played somewhere long the line how true that is again I have not the faintest though I doubt it though I'm sure someone on here will know, it's not something I play, only bought it out of curiosity after he told me seeing it in a charity shop for 25p, bang goes my credibility, only posting it for the novelty value

The Glitter Band               Makes You Blind

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Liking the Diana Ross track ... on the flip to 'Remember Me'  ... in the same vein 'And If You See Him' off Surrender LP 1971 and 'Something On My Mind' off Diana Ross 1970 (which also has her version of Velvelettes 'These Things Will Keep Me Loving You')

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On 03/12/2019 at 21:24, Shufflin said:

nice list as always, got my eye on this one for xmas

Flip it over 'I'm Hip To You' is superb ... reissued in UK on Dave Godin's Right On! label 1975

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On 30/11/2019 at 18:01, Shufflin said:

love that, another in my wants list!

Pricey ... as it's on flip to If That's What You Wanted!

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On 18/01/2020 at 18:17, Twoshoes said:

Morning spent ironing, neighbours on holiday so up with the volume, some recent purchases ,some old stuff and a couple of oddballs,

Jimmy Ruffin                        Everybody Needs Love

Diana Ross                           How About You

Undisputed Truth                You Plus Me

Undisputed Truth                 You Got The        

Lovelites                               My Conscience

Harold Burrage                     Got to Find a Way

Ketty Lester                          River Of Salt

Jimmy Helms                        Your Past Is Beginning to Show

E Jackie Hines                       I'm So Glad

Gladys Knight                       Friendship Train

The Natura'elles                    Show Me The Way

Timi Yuro                               Ain't Gonna Cry No More

Spyder Turner                       You're Good Enough For Me

Tom Jones                             Stop Breaking My Heart

Matt Bianco                          Matts Mood

I'll put my hard hat on for this one,  last and definitely least one I've had some fun with when mates call round having them guess who they think it is, I'm led to believe and I don't know how true this is that there has been discussions on Facebook as to whether it actually is them or some Philadelphia sessions musicians, the same person told me it actually got played somewhere long the line how true that is again I have not the faintest though I doubt it though I'm sure someone on here will know, it's not something I play, only bought it out of curiosity after he told me seeing it in a charity shop for 25p, bang goes my credibility, only posting it for the novelty value

The Glitter Band               Makes You Blind

Yep.... takes you back a bit but it was a time for that sort of stuff and that time would have been Cleethorpes. It was played, it was danced to and for those two facts, it has become a Northern Soul record. Yep Joe 90 did it at Wigan, the kid shirt lifter band did it at Cleethorpes... not literally of course. That said Jimmy wasn't too many miles down the road!!! 

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Been going through some old tapes I did some 25/30 years ago but didn't label and found this one which has got quite a few lesser known (at the time) Motown tracks. A lot of them (if not all) off the budget LPs (MFP/Starline) sold in the likes of W.H. Smith & Woolies which I bought mid 70s ... many containing previously unreleased tracks and many not getting a 45 release.

Marvin Gaye - Tear It On Down                                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9YLIafiF9rg
Isley Brothers - My Love Is Your Love                             https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CrGT15ernWA
Supremes - He's All I Got                                              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5g1knbuhvEg
Gladys Knight & The Pips - He's My Kind Of Fellow         https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9KNdDZTjgo
Mary Wells - When I'm Gone                                         https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6i4AMroPnFg
Supremes & Four Tops - What Do You Have To Do (To Stay On The Right Side Of Love) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fY_oKJJhfTI
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - More, More, More Of Your Love https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZaNI_m9P-rc
Supremes & Four Tops - Call Me                                 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZy4nNbTIsk
Four Tops - Your Love Is Amazing                                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-8zXxXrwrY
Isley Brothers - Whispers (Gettin' Louder)                     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJF7M_kEisU
Four Tops - Ask The Lonely                                         https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLCr1DoL4mI
Stevie Wonder - Love A Go Go                                    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIZhb-WuXdI
Isley Brothers - Ain't That Real Satisfaction                   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrQQEMq5lMY
Stevie Wonder - I Want My Baby Back                          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odV3MKLvuM4
Isley Brothers - It's Out Of The Question                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HljSlj5d5y8
Stevie Wonder - Angel Baby (Don't You Ever Leave Me) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uV8tR8Pk0S0

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spun a few before my wife got home from work:

Warren Lee - Star Revue / Deesu

Rex Garvin & The Might Cravers - Raw Funky / Uptown

The Notations - I Can't Stop / Twinight

The Whispers - I Can't See Myself Leaving You / Soul Clock

The Masqueraders - I'm Just An Average Guy / AGP

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On ‎07‎/‎11‎/‎2019 at 09:18, Chris Turnbull said:

Nice to see some action on this thread again - I had a couple of hours on the wheels of steel last night:-

Jimmy Sterling - If you were me (Six Nine 7")

Epicenter feat Sandra Feva - You can't come up in here no more (Krisma 7")

Jon Pierre Gee - So good to me (Kandi Inc 7")

The Impressions - Love me (Curtom Demo version 7")

LaRombe - You're the best (AOTN 7")

Phase II - The first shot (Osiris 7")

Ritchie Family - I'll do my best (for you baby) (RCA 12")

Shirley Lites - Heat you up (Melt you down) (West End 12")

Jack Tennis - The Light (Take it to Church 12") - youtube clip below - enjoy!

The Soup Dragons - I'm Free (Yam Who & Alan Dixon Remix) (Take it to Church 12")

 

Jimmy Sterling best modern tune ave heard in a long time awesome.

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Jimmy Sterling best modern tune ave heard in a long time awesome.

Same here, 10/10 - great voice

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