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Just the vinyl Richie, stil a bit of an IT novice, call for a listen if you like 01244 681319

andy or anyone

if ever need to get any clips on site and cant do the pc thing

there is a number which if you phone will record for a min or two what ever is played

and then sends it as a mp3 to site , and can then upload it for ya

if think may be useful in future and may use, shout and will dig number

whats the flip like Andy, has a interesting title :thumbsup:

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Guest Stuart T

Think this was played by Flynn at the CSC once, acquired taste, think it needs a little slowing down, but not too much else it ends up sounding like Elvis. :thumbsup:

Heh heh, always wanted to use that smiley :thumbsup:

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Probably not Chunky, as most people wouldn't understand it. You have to have an ear for beach/Carolina influenced Northen Soul. As said earlier, a typical Dome record. The london scene always had a wider tolerence for different sounds, which is probably why more records got broken there than anywhere else, particularly during that 3-4 year period at the turn of the millinium, with the Dome, NotreDame, 100 Club etc etc.

Oh you'd definately hate the flip, A bit like Sammy Davies Jr. meets X Factors Ray Quinn :thumbsup:

Ouch!

Frynn is a beach music freak anyway who only really likes records with screechy hammond and bizarre vocals :thumbsup: . This record is a work of flawed genius but I don't think I'd ever dare play it out nowadays.

:shades: Quite like the flip too if I've been drinking.

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Ouch!

Frynn is a beach music freak anyway who only really likes records with screechy hammond and bizarre vocals :thumbsup: . This record is a work of flawed genius but I don't think I'd ever dare play it out nowadays.

:shades: Quite like the flip too if I've been drinking.

Same Nomads that did Somthing Bad? :thumbsup:

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Same Nomads that did Somthing Bad? :thumbsup:

Those Nomads were from Philadelphia weren't they? Label says Missouri on this one but don't know, not the same vocalist I'm sure.

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Probably not Chunky, as most people wouldn't understand it. You have to have an ear for beach/Carolina influenced Northen Soul. As said earlier, a typical Dome record. The london scene always had a wider tolerence for different sounds, which is probably why more records got broken there than anywhere else, particularly during that 3-4 year period at the turn of the millinium, with the Dome, NotreDame, 100 Club etc etc.

I like it! But then I do like beach/Garage/Carolina influenced Northern anyway.

But I want a cheaper one!!!!

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Guest Perry

Pretty sure Flynny got this off me in a trade. Remember getting it from Tim Brown, heard it down the phone and liked it,but it was one of those I soon got fed up with as with most of this type of sound.

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