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SOUL SOURCE RECORD CLUB 2018, 50 YEARS OF RARE SOUL

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6 minutes ago, shufflin said:

got myself a lovely clean copy of the "Second Album" and this sounds amazing on my home system, I hadn't owned the LP before so this was new to me, nice little beat to it

 

Nice addition to the Album collection shufflin  I rushed out to buy this LP after hearing Is There Anything That I Can Do played out at a Soul Night about four years ago what an awesome Track... :thumbsup:      

  

   Crank Up The Volume..... :yes:  

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Stronger soul B side records affordable,available and really meaningful yesteryear talent usually overlooked sounds brilliant int headphones 

flips of If you want a love Affair

& Debbie Taylor Just don’t  Pay

 

 

 

Edited by Andy Reynard

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25 minutes ago, Mick Sway said:

Hate to be a fly in't ointment, but great as the records are,

personally I look for things I don't know, not necessarily rare.

Sorry , but those are my thought anyways.

 

tricky one Mick, I for one don't know what you don't know, maybe you could post something I don't know?

 

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13 hours ago, shufflin said:

tricky one Mick, I for one don't know what you don't know, maybe you could post something I don't know?

 

I love the classic oldies too, but there's a world o soul out there.

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After hearing Andy's Jesse James offering and having to admit not going through all nine pages of this thread I don't know if this has been posted but you can pick this early seventies tune up for around a tenner got to be worth it.

Kirsty

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16 minutes ago, Mick Sway said:

Dino & Doc A woman Can't do Volt

Mick have you heard  Kent's Bill Haney's Atlanta Soul Brotherhood CD, two great tracks on there from Dino & Doc "Devil" & "Love Is Sure" both sadly unissued on vinyl.

 

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 Going back to the year 1967 this next record came out on Blue Horizon in the UK & Modern records in the US i have the UK Solid Centre with a BIG A on the t'other side  is it a Demo or isn't it that is the question to the Anoraks !

Not sure where it was played out 1st but i'm sure it got played @ The Torch at some point ?

Arthur K. Adams - Gimmie Some Of Your Lovin'- Blue Horizon UK

 

Edited by Kev John

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Hope all of you have a prosperous New Year !

Keep safe tonight where ever you go !

Record for tonight is The Mad Hatters -People All Over the World - Peg Leg Bates ...............quite apt for tonight .....enjoy peeps

BTW its been posted on previous SSRC threads 

 

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:boxing:HI to all members of the SOUL SOURCE Record Club. Can I say that there have been some excellent contributions throughout 2018 so thanks for supporting the club, It's a shame that contributions have been down this year, this includes from me, the reason is the Type2 diabetes that I suffer from has been very bad, in the last 6 months I have been in the record room 3 times, it taks about 15 minutes just to go up 13 steps, and as I have my be downstairs it has made me lethargic & apathetic, So it my intention to close the club in 2 hours but then start 2019 club at the same time, so it's up to you if you want to put up your choice of what listen to now or wait 90 minutes for the new thread, can I wish you all thank you, DAVE K.  

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