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Here's another that gets very little exposure  Onsey mack " never listen to your heart " ghetto  originally played at the casino in its final years by Richard with little joy.wrote by the great Robert  banks this early 70's recording has all the ingredients to be a dance floor hit

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One'sy mack- never listen to your heart.....I think?? might be on discogs....good luck...Rob

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Hi rob I've already got a copy was just  saying it's one of those overlooked 45  , s  that should get a few more plays

 

Thanks for the heads up anyway

Steve

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Tried this one when I used to run a soul night but never took off but I love it

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On 11/01/2019 at 06:46, Lionelonthevinyl said:

One'sy mack- never listen to your heart.....I think?? might be on discogs....good luck...Rob

Thanks so much for reminding me of her for all these years her tunes were being played and no one seemed to bother finding out who she was, which bearing in mind she recorded for "Atlantic" and released other tunes (This one being my favourite). Sadly she passed recently and I have found out her details below for all to know

 

Ms. Alice Jean "One'sy" Mack of New York City. Ms. Mack was born in Darlington County and affectionately known by family and friends as One'sy, attended and graduated from Mayo High School Class of 1958 where she participated in many activities. During her eighth grade school year she wrote words for the Mayo High School Alma Mater. She continued her education at South Carolina State College earning a degree in Home Economics. Working in many capacities her occupations included; teaching school, dietetics, a song writer, a singer, acting, a pianist and a producer.

If it wasn't for this post we would never have found out.......Thanks 

 
 
 

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It was a strange release to escape on Ghetto Records as just about everything else the label released was Latin Soul … but it was produced by Jorge Febo /  George Febo who was involved with the vast majority of the releases on the label (the other straight sides that came out on Ghetto being by the Edward's Generation). 

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8 hours ago, Blackpoolsoul said:

Thanks so much for reminding me of her for all these years her tunes were being played and no one seemed to bother finding out who she was, which bearing in mind she recorded for "Atlantic" and released other tunes (This one being my favourite). Sadly she passed recently and I have found out her details below for all to know

 

Ms. Alice Jean "One'sy" Mack of New York City. Ms. Mack was born in Darlington County and affectionately known by family and friends as One'sy, attended and graduated from Mayo High School Class of 1958 where she participated in many activities. During her eighth grade school year she wrote words for the Mayo High School Alma Mater. She continued her education at South Carolina State College earning a degree in Home Economics. Working in many capacities her occupations included; teaching school, dietetics, a song writer, a singer, acting, a pianist and a producer.

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Thanks for the insite to her career always great to find out anything about their careers . Yes this as always been a favourite of mine since I first heard it played .I'll have to feature it more in my sets when I play. 

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5 hours ago, Roburt said:

It was a strange release to escape on Ghetto Records as just about everything else the label released was Latin Soul … but it was produced by Jorge Febo /  George Febo who was involved with the vast majority of the releases on the label (the other straight sides that came out on Ghetto being by the Edward's Generation). 

Yes  I've always thought that too.  The Edwards generations a pretty good tune too. 

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