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Just A Few From The Vaults:

The Flamingos "Welcom Home" - "Gotta Have Your Love"(Ronze) - £65

This Is Brilliant Stuff Indeed! The Flamingo's Bring Both The Doo Wop With "Welcome Home" and The Soul With "Gotta Have Your Lovin'". Depending On The Crowd Both Spin Equally Well, But By Far My Favorite Is GHYL (Well At Least Tonight... It's Ace :thumbsup: ) Gotta_Have_All_You_Lovin_.mp3

The Chantels "Maybe" - "Come My Little Baby" (End) - £75 Mint


Sam Cooke "Another Saturday Night" - "Love Will Find Away"

(Picture/Sleeve) VG+ £45

Isaac Hayes "Never Can Say Goodbye" - "I Can't Help It (Enterprise) - £10

James Brown "Cold Sweat Pt 1 & 2" (Original King Issue- Mint) - £35

5th Dimension "Together Lets Find Love" - "I Just Want To Be Friends" (Bell)

VG+ - £10

Larry Williams "Bony Moronie" - "You Bug Me" (Specialty) - £25

Doug McClure "Hoola Moola Man" - "Web Of Love" (Polydor) - £15

Mitty Collier "I Had A Talk With My Man" - "Free Girl" (Chess) - £25

Freddie Scott "Hey Girl" - "The Slide" (Colpix) Mint - £20

The Johnny Otis Show "Ma (He's Makin' Eyes At Me)" - "In The Dark" (Capitol)

Mint- £30

Little Carl Carlton "46 Drums - 1 Guitar" - "Why Don't They Leave Us Alon"

(Back Beat) Mint - £20

Roy Hamilton "You'll Never Walk Alone" - "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Cry"

(Epic) VG+ - £15

The Platters "The Great Pretender" - "I'm Just A Dancing Partner" (Mercury)

Original Issue Mint- £50

Bunny Sigler "Let The Good Times Roll" - "There's No Love Left" (Parkway)

VG++ - £10

Major Lance "Monkey Time" - "Mama Didn't Know" (Okey) Mint- £20

Syl Johnson "Try Me" - "Come On Sock It To Me" (Twilight) - £20 (mint-)

Aretha Franklin "Sweet Bitter Love" - "(No, No) I'm Losing You" (Columbia) Mint-


Theola Kilgore "I Know That He Loves Me" - "The Love Of My Man" (Serock 2004) £15

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Donnie Vann "You're In Love" - "Ready On Ready" (White Label Test) £60

Another Awesome Robert Banks Beat Ballad! With What Sounds Like Cissy Houston & Co Doing Backing On YIL. "Ready On Ready" Is A Real Cheer Me Up Gravy Of A Number Getting Exposure On A Goldmine Set Last Year.

Released On Reddi #101 (1972) This White Label Test Has The Info Hand Written On By Label Owner.

George Tindley "Wan-Tu-Wah-Zuree" - "Pity The Poor Man" (Wand) £25

"Tighten Him Up" - Eloise Laws (Music Merchants) Demo £15

"Somebody, Someplace" - Garnet Mimms Funky Tight 70's Soul £25

"So Many Ways To Die" - Barbara Jean English (Alithia) £15

Ready On Ready - donnie vann - reddi #101 (1972)


A Nice Early 70's Cheer Me Up Gravy Of A Dancer From Mr. Vann.

"You're In Love" - donnie vann - reddi #101 (1972)


Another Awesome Robert Banks Beat Ballad!

"Gotta Have Your Lovin'" - the flamingos - ronze # rz111


I Played This At An Event And Almost Married One Of The Young Lovelies Who Took A Liking To This Track And By Proxy A Liking To Me Too! Ah... To Have All That Energy Again... All Night.

Up The Pictures I Was When The Music Ended For Us...

Somebody, Someplace - garnet mimms -


Funky Tight 70's Soul Sounds From Mr. "Cry Baby".

I Know He Loves Me - theola kilgore - serock


Dancer Backed With A Ballad.

Hoola Moola Man - doug mcclure - polydor


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Tighten Him Up - eloise laws - music merchants

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