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The best version of the Allen Toussaint song with great minimal production and big drums.  The 45 seems to be quite scarce.

 

 

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Not sure if I've posted this before. Lou Courtney - The Common Broken Heart

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If you have ever been through a divorce or broken up from a  loved one you may well shed a tear or two.

Modern Soul From One Of The Greatest Singer/Song Writers Ever, What Can I say, NOTHING Coz the record Speaks for Its Self mmm mmm mmm :yes:

 

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A bit of Ronnie Walker with an early Philly sound  from me today 

The Vid of the tube i the 1st press on Nico i have the W/D on ABC with the Nico N NWA-1 scratched out so its the 1st press with a ABC  W/D label :g:

Ronnie Walker - Its A Good Feelin'

Atb Kev :hatsoff2:

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Don't you just love that?My mate gave me this recently,what a star he is.As far as I know Italian only on 45,could only find LP takes on You Tube but sounds the same take to me as the 45?

The O'Jays-Paradise PIR

 

 

 

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Being talked about on FB at the moment, it was an old C/U of Pat Brady Stafford 

Finnigans Wake - You Blew It - Val 

I last played this out in Febuary 2010 @ Jct 17 - Sandbach - Cheshire 

Atb Kev :hatsoff2:

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I have this great Cindy Scott - I Love You Baby spin in the box now. :)  :hatsoff2: 

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Today's offering . As I understand holy grail acetate and then only legit release on Goldmine Sevens in 1996 ? Alternative vocal to Cooperettes  - Irma & the Fascinators 'you need love' . 

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=rDWAbpuhXNQ

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 Wonderful Soul from Mr Willie Hutch - Lucky To Be Loved By You  :thumbsup:  :hatsoff2:  

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Walter Jackson - Let me come back (Brunswick)

Long history with this one - first heard spun by Cliff Steele I think in Cleethorpes old upstairs modern room mid 90's - just caught the end of it and was blown away. Took a while to get one at the right price but eventually did from Paul Capon, who described it as 'sex on vinyl' lol.

Over the years though, much as I have liked it I would never really say I absolutely loved it - to some extent it's a bit of a dog's dinner with almost too much going on rhythmically and musically, and WJ sounding like he turned up at the wrong studio and got roped in.

However started playing it again on the headphones as a late night spin and suddenly it all makes sense - the lyrics, the grooving bassline, the Jeff Perry arrangement - just fabulous. You probably don't get the best of it here but stick it up loud with plenty of bass and enjoy :thumbup:

 

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7 minutes ago, Chris Turnbull said:

Walter Jackson - Let me come back (Brunswick)

Long history with this one - first heard spun by Cliff Steele I think in Cleethorpes old upstairs modern room mid 90's - just caught the end of it and was blown away. Took a while to get one at the right price but eventually did from Paul Capon, who described it as 'sex on vinyl' lol.

Over the years though, much as I have liked it I would never really say I absolutely loved it - to some extent it's a bit of a dog's dinner with almost too much going on rhythmically and musically, and WJ sounding like he turned up at the wrong studio and got roped in.

However started playing it again on the headphones as a late night spin and suddenly it all makes sense - the lyrics, the grooving bassline, the Jeff Perry arrangement - just fabulous. You probably don't get the best of it here but stick it up loud with plenty of bass and enjoy :thumbup:

 

Good pick Chris. A big spin in my gaff - as you say needs blasting out of the amp.

Pete

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12 minutes ago, Peter99 said:

Good pick Chris. A big spin in my gaff - as you say needs blasting out of the amp.

Pete

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Cheers Pete, I think that's it - a real atmosphere tune that can sound a bit twiddly and under powered played quietly

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 One of my favourite's from Gladys and the Boys. Make Yours A Happy Home  :yes:  :hatsoff2: 

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 Love this early Wilson Pickett spin - Let Me Be Your Boy  :hatsoff2: 

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I Love eddie and ernie BUT...................pump up the volume and let it soak all over you  :yes:

 

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33 minutes ago, RICK SCOTT said:

I Love eddie and ernie BUT...................pump up the volume and let it soak all over you  :yes:

 

Great record this.  Both sides are fantastic.  Took me a while to get one of these.

 

i dont think he made a bad record.

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57 minutes ago, RICK SCOTT said:

I Love eddie and ernie BUT...................pump up the volume and let it soak all over you  :yes:

Lovely :rofl:

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2 hours ago, dylan said:

Great record this.  Both sides are fantastic.  Took me a while to get one of these.

 

i dont think he made a bad record.

Have to agree, so under rated like a lot of the great singers 

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2 hours ago, Chris Turnbull said:

Lovely :rofl:

Pleased you like it Chris, such a lot of great tunes out there like this one and the sort of stuff i play more and more at home theses days, Must be my Age....:lol:

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5 minutes ago, RICK SCOTT said:

 i play more and more at home theses days, Must be my Age....:lol:

I can vouch for Rick on that one.

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Pete

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5 minutes ago, Peter99 said:

I can vouch for Rick on that one.

:wicked:

Pete

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What ya trying to say ! :thumbup: :lol: PMSL - Nice one Pete :wicked:

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35 minutes ago, RICK SCOTT said:

Have to agree, so under rated like a lot of the great singers 

Tomorrow I'll be gone on raina probably the best ? Certainly of his sides that could appeal to a dance floor.

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I tried to find it on YouTube to add here but it doesn't seem to be on....

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19 minutes ago, dylan said:

I tried to find it on YouTube to add here but it doesn't seem to be on....

One of his hard ones i believe and not heard it personally although the 'A' side is a bit of a funk affair, will have to try and get to hear this Dylan, Interesting, Cheers, Rick. 

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 Fabulous Stax spin from Judy Clay - Bed Of Roses.  I played this out at a Soul gig I did over the weekend, made my pals night it did. :thumbsup:  :hatsoff2:  

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 Always enjoyed giving this Barry White track a spin over the years, one of his best spins for me. (For You) I'll Do For You Anything You Want Me To Do :) :hatsoff2:

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Hopefully I'll get the chance to play this one out soon (it would have been a 'Dekka's Roots Room'  play for sure) 

The Quotations 'Listen My Children And You Shall Hear' 

 

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The great Johnnie Taylor - One Thing Wrong With My Baby. From the Taylored In Silk album.

 

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One I'd forgotten about whilst going through the shelves. 33 1/3 - Treat Her Right.

This clip has parts 1 and 2.

 

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On 22/09/2017 at 19:02, JohnLloyd said:

One I'd forgotten about whilst going through the shelves. 33 1/3 - Treat Her Right.

This clip has parts 1 and 2.

 

John

Wow,new to me & hit the spot straight away.

Anymore info please,price etc.

Cheers

Martyn

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Just bought the LP for this track,it's also got "Tears & Misery" on it & another good crossover track.But this is the one,pump up the volume & treat the neighbours :thumbup:

Sonny Till-Gettin It Together

 

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3 hours ago, hullsoul said:

John

Wow,new to me & hit the spot straight away.

Anymore info please,price etc.

Cheers

Martyn

The 3 on discogs at the moment place it between £40 and £50.

John

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I seemed to buy a lot of Mojo singles at the time of release. To me the standard was high, up there with other UK labels that sourced from various US labels.

This is a great double sider from Art Gentry - Breakthrough/Wonderful Dream. Written and produced by George Jackson.

 

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2 hours ago, JohnLloyd said:

The 3 on discogs at the moment place it between £40 and £50.

John

John

Had a look on there but couldn't find anything?Point me in the right direction please :thumbsup:

Cheers

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Monday morning blues ?........Well James Bradley just might hit the spot and lighten the Load, Enjoy :yes:

 

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21 hours ago, JohnLloyd said:

I seemed to buy a lot of Mojo singles at the time of release. To me the standard was high, up there with other UK labels that sourced from various US labels.

This is a great double sider from Art Gentry - Breakthrough/Wonderful Dream. Written and produced by George Jackson.

 

I really like that John - new to me. You generally can't go wrong with George Jackson on the credits - one of my favorite artists ever - he was a real, cool soul man, love all of his stuff.

Pete

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50 minutes ago, Peter99 said:

I really like that John - new to me. You generally can't go wrong with George Jackson on the credits - one of my favorite artists ever - he was a real, cool soul man, love all of his stuff.

Pete

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Absolutely george jackson made some amazing soul music my favourite

 

 

 

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A little self indulgence! That man George - How Can I Get Next To You. Super, super soul with very, very clever lyrics and links to other soul brothers. Got this on a minty white demo - its thing of beauty! Enjoy.

Pete

 

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Hi guys really enjoying the George Jackson Thread....:thumbup:But my fav will always be this issued in 1993, :yes:

 

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This is odd....

 

all the tracks seem embedded in the wrong postings ?

 

rick

 

i never heard that GG from 93 before but it seems to have disapeaed and gas been replaced by petes selection.

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Continuing the George Jackson theme, Clarence Carter - Snatching It Back. Fame recording with Dan Penn's finest on the other side, whats not to like for less than the price of a pint

 

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1 hour ago, dylan said:

This is odd....

 

all the tracks seem embedded in the wrong postings ?

 

rick

 

i never heard that GG from 93 before but it seems to have disapeaed and gas been replaced by petes selection.

Dylan, it is from the " Heart to Heart collect"  CD on Black Grape, May be hard to come by now as when i bought that as a new release CD the track was very popular at the time, to my knowledge not available on vinyl, pure Quality that is for sure :yes: Rick

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All tracks seem to be back where they should be now.

 

not sure what happened ?

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 I have had the Bobby Hutton Album Piece Of The Action come through so I now have Lend A Hand on original plastic, Happy Days... :yes:   :thumbsup:  :hatsoff2:

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one of my customers gave me some records today  , one of them was this an oldie i still enjoy today , love game from a-z / the royal jokers - wingate records

 

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At 6 minutes maybe too long to get played out but a belter from Ed Townsend - This Too Shall Pass - from the Curtom lp Now.

 

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15 hours ago, JohnLloyd said:

At 6 minutes maybe too long to get played out but a belter from Ed Townsend - This Too Shall Pass - from the Curtom lp Now.

That's an interesting one - well put together but can't help thinking he should have stayed behind the desk lol

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Unsure of the date on this, possibly pre his Hi recordings. As he wrote and produced this and had 4 out of 5 of the records on Royal - Tone did he own the label?

This has probably been discussed before but I can't find it any where.

Gene Anderson - Baby I Dig You

 

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