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London Bridge Allnighter -1960s R&b -friday 08 December

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At last,

the first

LONDON BRIDGE

1960s R&B

ALLNIGHTER

Des Parker Karen Crane

Callum Warren

Soggy Tony Smith2

Rowly Andy Brazil

Baz

Friday 08 December at JACKS

7-9 Crucifix Lane

London Bridge

SE1 3JW

10PM-7AM

£6 Before 11PM

£8 After

HERE'S A MAP

this'll be something special !

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Looking forward to this Andy, its gonna be a heavy weekend what with the 100 club on too, think i might as well just stay in london alll weekend :D

Looking forward to airing some dirty R&B and some low down gritty soul :D

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Guest Andy Brazil

Looking forward to this Andy, its gonna be a heavy weekend what with the 100 club on too, think i might as well just stay in london alll weekend :D

Definately worth it!

just have to make it a weekender - fry-up,change threads, then 100 club

that's what i'm doing ! :yes:

-can kip when we're 6ft under :D

Looking forward to airing some dirty R&B and some low down gritty soul :yes:

oh yes!...& on a KILLER sound-system !!

:D

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-can kip when we're 6ft under :D

Amen to that andy, proberly slightly earlyer than planned at this rate but it'll have been worth it :D

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Amen to that andy, proberly slightly earlyer than planned at this rate but it'll have been worth it :yes:

:D

favourite quote from Blade Runner -

Tyrrell,(head of the Tyrrell Corporation)

after Rutger Hauer says "I want more life F*cker !!"

Tyrrell:

"The Candle that burns twice as brightly,

burns twice as fast,

and you my son,

have burnt so very,very brightly !"

:D

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:rolleyes:

favourite quote from Blade Runner -

Tyrrell,(head of the Tyrrell Corporation)

after Rutger Hauer says "I want more life F*cker !!"

Tyrrell:

"The Candle that burns twice as brightly,

burns twice as fast,

and you my son,

have burnt so very,very brightly !"

:P

Hold on, that's one of my favourite lines from one of my favourite films. Nice to see someone on here with excellent celluloid taste. Looking forward to this one Andy.

Warren

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Hold on, that's one of my favourite lines from one of my favourite films. Nice to see someone on here with excellent celluloid taste. Looking forward to this one Andy.

Warren

Greetings Warren

It's Classic allright;

-to me the key to it's "suspension of disbelief"

was that it was a future with a past;

i.e -not everything was new.

the proof of how much they got right is all around us;

in the form of backstreet technology,

& the self-taught advising government agencies on security.

anyway :rolleyes:

I reckon

if mr Tyrrell really knew anything about life;

-he would've told Rutger Hauer:

"So,

you want more life,

do you son?

-ditch the leather mac,

sort out you're bleached hair &,

get your humanoid arse down to the

London Bridge Allnighter,

Then,

do the 100 club,

then we'll discuss more life on Sunday"

:P

& to think people tell me i'd make a good father :lol:

-Must say i'm Bloody excited about this line-up!

& Warren not one person has asked me which Warren yet. :lol:

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If you 2 would only watch the film once you

would have more time to look for nu tunes.

Its got to be The Forbidden Planet for me

but think I know the words to

The Rocky Horror Picture Show Better

Edited by Prophonics 2026

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Guest Andy Brazil

If you 2 would only watch the film once you

would have more time to look for nu tunes.

watching it once is just a tease,

-same way it's impossible to eat just 1 pistachio nut

Its got to be The Forbidden Planet for me
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-diffrent strokes! :yes:

think I know the words to

The Rocky Horror Picture Show Better

if you like a Horror Show,

-walk down Upper st at the week-end ....scary! :D

:(

Which Warren is it? :(

:D

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Getting the flyers out last week-end

got great feedback on this line-up;

got loads of people coming in from abroad

also good to see,

everyone who's been loves the venue,

big dancefloor,

big sound....

yes...

Main Room R&B!

A.

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watching it once is just a tease,

-same way it's impossible to eat just 1 pistachio nut

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-diffrent strokes! :D

if you like a Horror Show,

-walk down Upper st at the week-end ....scary! :(

:(

:D

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Getting the flyers out last week-end

got great feedback on this line-up;

got loads of people coming in from abroad

also good to see,

everyone who's been loves the venue,

big dancefloor,

big sound....

yes...

Main Room R&B!

A.

is this a ticket event :yes:

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is this a ticket event :ohmy:

Hello Stevie

I'm Happy to say

we're keeping the

Royal (C*ck-Up) Mail

well out of this :wicked:

Not only is the venue

a dream come true;

big room,

big sound,

all night....

the owner is a soulie

who appreciates R&B. :lol:

-hope to see you there !

A.

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Hello Stevie

I'm Happy to say

we're keeping the

Royal (C*ck-Up) Mail

well out of this :(

Not only is the venue

a dream come true;

big room,

big sound,

all night....

the owner is a soulie

who appreciates R&B. :shades:

-hope to see you there !

A.

FANTASTIC!! :yes::yes: I really want to get down to this,but no way am i driving round London

either looking to give a lift to someone who know direction,s or grabbing a lift with some one.Any clues??? :thumbsup:

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Is it to Stoke Newington after Andy? :shades:

:yes:

-Don't think we'll need Stokey;

we'll be there till (at least) 7am

-reckon the next stop will be coffees

& big fry-up nearby :yes:

-don't forget your shades folks !

P.S.

Tried to wake you up several times before

leaving the party...to no avail.

Ian said you were ok on sofa

i trust you woke up fully clothed?

:thumbsup:

-that party was so much better than i expected it to be!

even though it was a bit of an "excursion" :(

regards

A.

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FANTASTIC!! :(:shades: I really want to get down to this,but no way am i driving round London

either looking to give a lift to someone who know direction,s or grabbing a lift with some one.Any clues??? :thumbsup:

here's a MAP

you can print out

(on that same page there's a link for hotels/B&Bs)

-though many from further afield will just get train to/from

London Bridge station

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here's a MAP

you can print out

(on that same page there's a link for hotels/B&Bs)

-though many from further afield will just get train to/from

London Bridge station

Cheers for that andy...thinking of doing 100 club also, 2 birds one stone and all that :thumbsup:

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Tried to wake you up several times before

leaving the party...to no avail.

Ian said you were ok on sofa

i trust you woke up fully clothed?

:thumbsup:

-that party was so much better than i expected it to be!

even though it was a bit of an "excursion" :(

regards

A.

i woke up at 2.00pm (with all my clothes still on)....house was empty so I found the station and got home in time for a bath and went out again...unreal or what!!!

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Cheers for that andy...thinking of doing 100 club also, 2 birds one stone and all that :thumbsup:

Abso-F*cking-Lutely !!!

the kind of week-end we all need :(

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i woke up at 2.00pm (with all my clothes still on)....house was empty so I found the station and got home in time for a bath and went out again...unreal or what!!!

Sounds like lyrics to a blues tune Martin :(

:thumbsup:

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Sounds like lyrics to a blues tune Martin :wicked:

:thumbsup:

I got up this mornin'

Didn't know where I am

Drank lots of black coffee

.............................................................

it's the Hard as Nails Blues

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I got up this mornin'

Didn't know where I am

Drank lots of black coffee

.............................................................

it's the Hard as Nails Blues

can't wait to play the new tunes

i've been getting for this;

-almost

as good as martins Hard as Nails Blues

:thumbsup:

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can't wait to play the new tunes

i've been getting for this;

-almost

as good as martins Hard as Nails Blues

:thumbsup:

Talking of new tunes, I just got a great Don Gardner record that your lyrics would go with perfectly.

Can't make my mind up for the better side Dark Alley or Up The Street on Junior 394 more from his days with Jimmy Smith.

If I am DJin first I will play both sides.

P2026

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1960's R&B ALL NIGHTER

Might seem like a dumb question, but will it be strictly R&B Soul?

I ask 'cos I'm bringing some friends over who are more into white psyche, freakbeat, garage etc; they also like the black stuff, but not a whole night of it (whatever's wrong with 'em? :( ) would be pushing it. we are doing to 100 club on the saturday, so I don't want to overdo it...

apart from the mousetrap all-nighters (not on that w/e) are there any other clubs in london that cater to both tastes?

as I said, probably a dumb question... :(

macca

spain.

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1960's R&B ALL NIGHTER

Might seem like a dumb question, but will it be strictly R&B Soul?

I ask 'cos I'm bringing some friends over who are more into white psyche, freakbeat, garage etc; they also like the black stuff, but not a whole night of it (whatever's wrong with 'em? :( ) would be pushing it. we are doing to 100 club on the saturday, so I don't want to overdo it...

apart from the mousetrap all-nighters (not on that w/e) are there any other clubs in london that cater to both tastes?

as I said, probably a dumb question... :(

macca

spain.

Rob Bailey and Ady C have put together a few things at the Rocket which included a psyche/freakbeat/garage room but I'm not sure if at the last one it became a modern room.

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1960's R&B ALL NIGHTER

Might seem like a dumb question, but will it be strictly R&B Soul?

I ask 'cos I'm bringing some friends over who are more into white psyche, freakbeat, garage etc; they also like the black stuff, but not a whole night of it (whatever's wrong with 'em? :( ) would be pushing it. we are doing to 100 club on the saturday, so I don't want to overdo it...

apart from the mousetrap all-nighters (not on that w/e) are there any other clubs in london that cater to both tastes?

as I said, probably a dumb question... :(

macca

spain.

Macca, the Mousetrap allniters are now split....R&B one month and Freakbeat the next...and so I know which one I'd go to :( Jo

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right. I wouldn't have had any doubts years ago, but I attended a new untouchables/soundsofunity&love weekender in gij³n, northern spain. there were two floors.

'white' & 'black'. I thoroughly enjoyed myself in both rooms. I guess I should see a doctor. :thumbsup:

I got the clear the impression that over here on 'the continent', the twain do actually mix & very nicely too. no political baggage to contend with. the R&B room was sooo steamy so an escape from time to time into the large 'white' hall was a question of necessity.

I found myself transfixed with nubile go-go dancers on tables thrashing to the velvet underground 'what goes on' & the like... send for the green van...

macca

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right. I wouldn't have had any doubts years ago, but I attended a new untouchables/soundsofunity&love weekender in gij³n, northern spain. there were two floors.

'white' & 'black'. I thoroughly enjoyed myself in both rooms. I guess I should see a doctor. :D

I got the clear the impression that over here on 'the continent', the twain do actually mix & very nicely too. no political baggage to contend with. the R&B room was sooo steamy so an escape from time to time into the large 'white' hall was a question of necessity.

I found myself transfixed with nubile go-go dancers on tables thrashing to the velvet underground 'what goes on' & the like... send for the green van...

macca

Hello Macca

Jos got a point.

I gather from

your post

there were two floors.

'white' & 'black'. I thoroughly enjoyed myself in both rooms. I guess I should see a doctor. :D

that it was

nubile go-go dancers on tables

that had you transfixed,

perhaps more than the music?

would it have made much difference what was played? :thumbsup:

-here's a suggestion

give 'em a call (hope you got their numbers),

get them

nubile go-go dancers
dancing to R&B for the best of worlds :lol:

P.S.

in my professional opinion,

I think this is a common,

(if false) Dilemma;

don't worry......

(with all respect)

I don't think it's a doctor that you need.

:D

seriously though,

in this case i don't think it's so much a case of politics,

rather than different sounds.

I play some tunes by white artists,though

usually find they're on "black" labels

As it's often not just about the Voice,or,

arrangement, but the sound engineer

(black,white,or otherwise)

getting the right "sound"

-a question of "quality control"

and if i'm honest about it,

i've heard so many "white" records ruined because

it sounds like the sound engineer has cloth ears;

or more likely,blind drunk.

(alcohol seriously impairs your hearing of high frequencies,

-that's my personal theory of why most "rock" sounds so ear-bleedingly trebley;

-the "traditional" bottle of JD sat by the mixing desk)

having said that;

there are many notable exceptions.

-glad to say i've been losing many prejudices in my old age,

(to a large degree,thanks to Tony Smith2,who has some incredible

Beat & Garage...as well as the R&B and Soul;

Black,White & all shades in-between)

Though I much prefer R&B and 60s Soul.

I know there is a demand for both mixed

& separate events.

-even the R&B Taleban :yes:

now where are those go-go-dancers?

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As for sound quality the medium taken to the pressing plant can range from mono tape mix to acetate, The Four Tops needed to have a record in the charts so the sound guy and producer worked allnight to get a mix done,(or there bolloxs were for the chop) cut the acetate and lost the master, Where Did You Go and Ask The Lonely.

Got a record on Prophonics related records and you can hear the backing track played on speakers behind the voice to give that live sound, a nice version of the Horace Ott track We'Re Doing Fine 2025.

How's about that guy's and gall's Jim mixed it for you!

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IBest of luck my old mucker......

oh yes Martin,

will be quite a treat to have Baz,

& "neighbour" Karen C.

on the same line-up !

looking forward to this !!!

:thumbsup:

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Andy any chance of a post code?

This time next week we'll be well under way............mentle note not to over do it so i can make the 100 too :thumbsup:

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Andy any chance of a post code?

This time next week we'll be well under way............mentle note not to over do it so i can make the 100 too :thumbsup:

yup

definately a marathon;-not a sprint;

we'll have to pace ourselves;

-perfect excuse to drink lots of coffee :yes:

Andy any chance of a post code?

here's the info (with a link to the map)

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At last,

the first

LONDON BRIDGE

1960s R&B

ALLNIGHTER

Des Parker Karen Crane

Callum Warren

Soggy Tony Smith2

Rowly Andy Brazil

Baz

Friday 08 December at JACKS

7-9 Crucifix Lane

London Bridge

SE1 3JW

10PM-7AM

£6 Before 11PM

£8 After

HERE'S A MAP

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Lookin forward to this... been buyin' a few bits n pieces! :thumbsup:

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Lookin forward to this... been buyin' a few bits n pieces! :thumbsup:

oh yes...fresh meat !! :lol:

:D:yes: ...All the best mate..

Hello Steve

thanx for the info;

the site's looking good

:thumbsup:

regards

A

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Would just like to state that there will actually be two Gloucester soulies djing on the night. Myself and the ever lovely Des Parker. Really looking forward to this, see you friday.

Warren Boogaloo

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Would just like to state that there will actually be two Gloucester soulies djing on the night. Myself and the ever lovely Des Parker. Really looking forward to this, see you friday.

Warren Boogaloo

Nnnnnot a lotta people know that,

-I didn't. biggrin.gif

nice one Warren,

you always help maintain my "learn something new every day"

quota :yes:

bloody looking forward to the " Gloucester soulies"

:yes::unsure:

think i've quoted my favourite arabic saying to you before;

"spend forty days with a tribe;

-watch out!;

you might become one of them"

too late for you warren......you're a Londoner now :D

:D

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Looking forward to this one thumbsup.gif

Gonna make the long trip from Bromley especially.

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Looking forward to this one :shhh:

Gonna make the long trip from Bromley especially.

Oh yes!

roll on Friday !!

:lol:

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Looking forward to this too - especially because Baz is going to sing to me :yes::shhh:

a man of many talents,

for sure !

-i'd better bring my mic :lol:

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Ok,

i've heard some people had trouble viewing the flyer,due to over-zealous firewalls at work

(maybe because it's a link to an off-site hosted flyer)

-hopefully everyone can view this.

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Looking forward to this too - especially because Baz is going to sing to me :):thumbsup:

:thumbsup: You're a very, very brave woman Donna bring some ear plugs :(

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Evening folks!

For anyone attending the already legendary London Bridge RnB Allnighter this Friday 8th December there are good news!

Find it's too cold waiting outside the doors, over-excited and almost wetting your pants with anticipation of what is to come? Want to go to an allnighter for only £5?

Come to Jacks, where the actual allnighter is held! :thumbsup:

In the room next door, myself and special guest MichaelJ, will be spinning 60's Soul, RnB, Ska, Jazz etc, the broader spectrum for your warming up pleasure.

We open at 8, go on until 10 maybe later then it's moving on into the main room when it opens!

So for a measly £5 you will have access not only to the warm up do, but also the main event! Isn't that nice?

It's short notice but we just got the go-ahead.

See you all on Friday.

Will be absolutely brilliant for sure!

Marcus

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