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REDISCOVERED 45'S IN YOUR OWN BOXES !!

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Been stuck in the house for several weeks following a foot operation - dug out a load of discs I've not played in years, and some I'd forgotten I even had ?!
1.  LARRY WILLIAMS   -   I believe in you         (GOLDTAG)

2.  IDRIS MUHAMMAD   -  Could heaven ever be like this   (UK KUDU)

3.  O.T. SYKES    -   My first love / Stone crush   (FUN CITY)

4.  DEREK MARTIN   -   Sly girl   (TUBA)

5.  VOLCANOS  -   Storm warning  (ARCTIC)

6.  FREDDIE WATERS  -  I'm afraid to let you in my life (OCTOBER)

7.  CHUCK JACKSON  -  Get ready for the heartbreaks (WAND)

8.  SEBASTIAN WILLIAMS  - I don't care what mama said (OVIDE)

9.  KHALIQ  -  I never had a love (like yours before)  (BROFEEL)

10. WILLIE HUTCH  -   Love games (RCA)

11. BRONZETTES  -  Moments / (Beggin) Baby don't leave  (DOUBLE SOUL)

12.  RUMPLE-STILTS-SKIN   -   I need you  (HEAT)

13.  LINDA JONES   -   I can't make it alone   (TURBO)

14.  AL JOHNSON  -   Sittin' around  (BURT)

15.  COMMUNICATIONS   -  Change directions  (RIGHT ON)

16.  JOE FRAZIER  -  1st round KO   (MOTOWN)

17.  INTERTAINS  -  I see the light  (UPTOWN)

18.  KENNY CARTER  -  I've gotta find her (RCA)

19.  BROOK BENTON  -  Where does a man go to cry  (RCA)

20.  CHANGING SCENE  -  Magic love  (CO-TOWN)

21.  MARVA HICKS -  Got you where I want (UK WING)

22.  TAWANNA CURRY  -  Let me show you  (UK REPUBLIC)

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Just dismantled some wardrobes and found some 100 club anniversary 45s I'd forgot I had, and certainly never played...

Also pulled out a signed Rubin Molina guide to the low rider scene I've not opened since 2004 when I got it...

On the other hand I can't find my Oscar Perry I got what you need...and remembered I loaned it out many years ago and looks like never to be returned!

Ed

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Not so much a 45, but Lp of a 45... I was playing Garland Greens RCA Lp the other day and came across his version of "Let me be your Pacifier" written by Willard Burton, wonder if Willard wrote this for him / for that LP,  then recorded his version which came out on Money as a 45... great song 🙂

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, Puttin' the Best on the Outside   Jean Wells 

Along Came Pride   Donnie Elbert

It Takes Both of Us    Act 1

Sinful      Mr Bloe

My Conscience   The Lovelites

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Got rid of my 45s some years ago, along with the means to play them. Kept some old battered pop stuff; Beatles Stones etc lent them to my grandson who had acquired a vintage Dansette he was fascinated with. He's just given me some records back and in amongst the pop stuff was a copy of The Festivals Music, not rare, but a great track nevertheless. It is the only soul 45 I have got left.

And I remember why it was kept now, as the B side" I'll aways love you" was a track I was trying to record with a local band. In fact the demo we had was paced even slower than the original and sung beautifully by the barmaid at our local! Exert of track attached if anyone is interested.02 I'll always love you part 2.mp302 I'll always love you part 2.mp3 

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I am in the middle of converting all vinyl 45's/12's & LPs to digital.  A few things I hadn't played/heard for ages which have since been getting some airtime are 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Had the Marvelettes Forever compilation 2 for years and hardly played it.  Put it on a few weeks ago for the commute and have been totally blown away by the sheer quality of it.

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@Soulman58 Be careful with those multiple embedded video loads crashing the page if there's more to follow, don't know if you saw the thread about that a couple months ago in site stuff?

Glad to see someone else on the 80s/90s tip. Stinger J is one of a number of releases by Kevin McCord of One Way that surfaced late 80's/early 90's, many of which were under different artist names. Worth checking the lot, especially the two LP's by Candyce from 1986/1988.

The Deep Sensation B side [correct mix in video] is a mind blower, "Get Up." It's the work of a good friend of mine Colin Gate from Glasgow. Tracks sampled: Incognito "Summers Ended," B side of "Parisienne Girl" 1981 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAlHLjdSR2Y and an obscure US boogie track from 1982 that Colin gave me a test pressing of, Thunderbolt "Love Is So Funny" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KuGyFAnCcQ 

 

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On 28/02/2019 at 15:39, HILL868 said:

Been stuck in the house for several weeks following a foot operation

Sole music, the ideal remedy. Was expecting to see a certain James Brown track in that list but so be it. Get well soon. 

I put a playlist together yesterday for an upcoming radio show which gave me reason to spin these classics I hadn't played for some years:

VELVET

BET YOU IF YOU ASK AROUND

1973

MAYBERRY MOVEMENT

I THINK I'M IN LOVE WITH YOU

1974

LOVE COMMITTEE

AM I WASTING TIME

1975

BILLY PROCTOR & THE LOVE SYSTEM

KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES

1975

RONNIE WALKER

MAGIC'S IN THE AIR

1975

 

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