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5 hours ago, Cunnie said:

 

Really like that, very soulful - reminds me of the Deep Jazzy Vocal Mix of the brilliant Marlon D / Taana Gardner 'It's you I need' - unfortunately no youtube clip of that mix so can't post but pennies on discogs, well worth buying blind if you don't know it

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Glenn Underground.  There's nothing more to say really........just that he's the main man!

 

You gotta listen to these records a few times to let them really get into the grey matter.........then you'll be hearing something new in there each listen!

 

 

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On 16/08/2018 at 21:19, Sutty said:

i’d forgotten about most of these records, I’ll stop for now or I’ll be here all night 

 

Superb record, thanks for posting.

 

Also from 1996, Reflexion with Laura Alford:

 

 

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I hope no-one minds me doing this here as I have previously shared these in the appropriate place but they may have been missed by folk who would enjoy them......give 'em a try.....here's a starter for ten....

 

 

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Still one of my favourite vinyl releases - many of the best releases happened in a purple patch between 93 and 2002.

 

In 1993 it was still US House and Garage and it hadn't all been over classified

 

 

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One more for this lunch break: my collection of house 12s is very valuable to me although I have whites galore that I should play and don't know what they are.  One thing was for sure - in most instances you were getting a great production. These days many of the productions are questionable and then strangled further by a shit file size on MP3. Hope you enjoyed a few picks of my fave 12s

 

 

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Seems we'll have to agree to disagree on what we call the golden period.  Seems some of you like an earlier rawer sound which I often feel dates easily.  I like the more lush, musical stuff from later years.....but of course it's not an exact science and there are earlier productions I love to bits......I still feel that stuff dates a bit easily though.

 

This is one of my ultimate favourites from my preferred period.  This will sound good forever and a day.......

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Kev John said:

Jumping forward to 2002 

Ron Carroll -Natural ( BBN Deep Vocal )

 

A definite Without Boundaries spin as a new release!  Tune.....but what the he'll has happened to Ron Carroll these days?!!

 

Cheers,

Mark R

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3 minutes ago, Mark R said:

A definite Without Boundaries spin as a new release!  Tune.....but what the he'll has happened to Ron Carroll these days?!!

 

Cheers,

Mark R

Good times @ Without Boundries here's another from Ron the following year 

Dunna know what happened to him !

 

Atb kev:hatsoff2:

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OK bear with me guys, I started buying this stuff "88-91" and then again "98-2003" or thereabouts

 

Chris, during my 1st phase (88-91) I was living in London and buying mainly from the great Time Is Right shop on Chapel Market Islington. I would get home play my new 12s and give Pip a ring in Manchester and 9 times out of 10 he"d been out that morning and bought the same 12s 😀

 

One of the 1st for me was this piece of Larry Heard produced loveliness

Cheers Paul

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3 hours ago, soul shrews said:

Chris, during my 1st phase (88-91) I was living in London and buying mainly from the great Time Is Right shop on Chapel Market Islington. I would get home play my new 12s and give Pip a ring in Manchester and 9 times out of 10 he"d been out that morning and bought the same 12s 😀

 

Hi Paul, that's funny, when I used to cadge a lift with Pip to Bradford Queens Hall niters around 1990/91 he always played a lot of house tunes in the car - in fact one I particularly liked, an Italian 12" Ronnie & The Fishermen 'The price of love', he found a copy for me on Longsight Market which I still have.

 

In truth while I liked some of the house stuff at that time and used to go and watch Pip DJ'ing downstairs at Bradford, I was more into the northern and could mostly be found in the main room, though in hindsight I wish I'd spent more time downstairs.

 

For anyone interested here's a nice youtube clip of Bradford QH downstairs room at the niters around that time - any other memories of it? Tune playing is J. Cap 'Tell me why'

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, soul shrews said:

OK bear with me guys, I started buying this stuff "88-91" and then again "98-2003" or thereabouts

 

Chris, during my 1st phase (88-91) I was living in London and buying mainly from the great Time Is Right shop on Chapel Market Islington. I would get home play my new 12s and give Pip a ring in Manchester and 9 times out of 10 he"d been out that morning and bought the same 12s 😀

 

One of the 1st for me was this piece of Larry Heard produced loveliness

Cheers Paul

 

Great post Paul, forgotten how good that is - just found a NM 12" for £4 on discogs 👌

 

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