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Out Of Time, Wolverhampton, 23rd December

1st Set – 9:30 – 10:00

Freddy Butler – Pitter Patter – M&M

Vernon Harrell – Slick Chick – Lescay

Danny Owens – You’re A Little Too Late – Imperial

Anna Belle Caesar – Little Annie – Glad Hamp

Mike Pedicin – Burnt Toast And Black Coffee – Federal

Jackie Shane – Comin’ Down – Sue

The Ikettes – Whatcha Gonna Do – Phi-Dan

Mary Saxton – Losing Control – Pace

Vince Apollo – I Bear Witness – Pentagon

Pete Parker – I Can’t Stop Loving My Baby – Kapp

The LMNOPs – I Need You – JBP

 

2nd  Set – 11:30 – 12:00

Chicago Line – Shimmy Shimmy Ko-Ko Bop – Philips

Oscar Hamod & The Majestics – Soulfinger - USA

Skip Robinson – I Just Cant Wait – Chris Record

Wilson Pickett – Baby Don’t You Weep – Liberty

William Patton – Don’t Be So Mean - King

Zu Zu Blues Band – Zu Zu Man – A&M

Jimmy Moore – Church Street Sally – SPQR

Oscar Perry – Face Reality – Feron

Oliver Joy – Keep Love Growing – Big Deal

Ricky Allen – Cut You Loose – Tam-Boo

Don Hart – Out Uh Sight – Mary Jane

Wendel Western – Nag On Me – Soul Sauce

 

Many thanks to Glyn, Sean and Mark, especially to Sean for his belief

Cheers

Dekka

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3 hours ago, dekka said:

I've been asked to post up my playlist as some people not on FB

 

Out Of Time, Wolverhampton, 23rd December

 

1st Set – 9:30 – 10:00

 

Freddy Butler – Pitter Patter – M&M

 

Vernon Harrell – Slick Chick – Lescay

 

Danny Owens – You’re A Little Too Late – Imperial

 

Anna Belle Caesar – Little Annie – Glad Hamp

 

Mike Pedicin – Burnt Toast And Black Coffee – Federal

 

Jackie Shane – Comin’ Down – Sue

 

The Ikettes – Whatcha Gonna Do – Phi-Dan

 

Mary Saxton – Losing Control – Pace

 

Vince Apollo – I Bear Witness – Pentagon

 

Pete Parker – I Can’t Stop Loving My Baby – Kapp

 

The LMNOPs – I Need You – JBP

 

 

2nd  Set – 11:30 – 12:00

 

Chicago Line – Shimmy Shimmy Ko-Ko Bop – Philips

 

Oscar Hamod & The Majestics – Soulfinger - USA

 

Skip Robinson – I Just Cant Wait – Chris Record

 

Wilson Pickett – Baby Don’t You Weep – Liberty

 

William Patton – Don’t Be So Mean - King

 

Zu Zu Blues Band – Zu Zu Man – A&M

 

Jimmy Moore – Church Street Sally – SPQR

 

Oscar Perry – Face Reality – Feron

 

Oliver Joy – Keep Love Growing – Big Deal

 

Ricky Allen – Cut You Loose – Tam-Boo

 

Don Hart – Out Uh Sight – Mary Jane

 

Wendel Western – Nag On Me – Soul Sauce

 

 

Many thanks to Glyn, Sean and Mark, especially to Sean for his belief

 

Cheers

 

Dekka

 

 

Usual 'mod' quality from that  man Dekka . Great to see 'Oscar Hamod & The Majestics – Soulfinger - USA' in there - one of my 'wants' . 

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Cheers Andy, how about the Chicago Line, beat band from Sheffield, a great version of Shimmy also has a fantastic version of Jump Back on the flip, look forward to catching up in the new year, cheers dekka

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Just out of interest, is the label on the Don Hart water damaged? Everyone I've seen so far is.

Great record anyway. Flip is a tremendous Labeat style ballad "Turn Back".

Regards, Carl

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10 hours ago, dekka said:

Cheers Andy, how about the Chicago Line, beat band from Sheffield, a great version of Shimmy also has a fantastic version of Jump Back on the flip, look forward to catching up in the new year, cheers dekka

Yes , it's good and I admit previously off my radar . Mind you , doesn't quite get near this one from your playbox - (Terry Webster ) Tony Brook , who hails from Driffield , East Yorkshire and still lives there I believe . 

 

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On 25/12/2016 at 06:16, dekka said:

Cheers Andy, how about the Chicago Line, beat band from Sheffield, a great version of Shimmy also has a fantastic version of Jump Back on the flip, look forward to catching up in the new year, cheers dekka

Great to see Chicago Line getting played, the lead singer Phil Kay is one of my best mates...he'll be well chuffed..cheers Chris

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23 hours ago, TagTag said:

Just out of interest, is the label on the Don Hart water damaged? Everyone I've seen so far is.

Great record anyway. Flip is a tremendous Labeat style ballad "Turn Back".

Regards, Carl

Yes mate and all the ones that turned up are water damaged, which means it's a great way of telling if it's original which in turn helps to stop the bootleggers claiming they own an original, scumbags that they are

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19 minutes ago, SOULFULHOUND said:

Great to see Chicago Line getting played, the lead singer Phil Kay is one of my best mates...he'll be well chuffed..cheers Chris

Please pass on my regards mate

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Thanks for all the likes Gents, you can hear more sounds like these at our Beat-cluB events in Harrogate, York and Featherstone find us on FB or message me for details, cheers dekka

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