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You walked in and it hit you...that atmosphere...you know it's going to be a good night...because the tune you heard says it all...for me one such night..and tune....was Fred Hughes-Dont let me down...that was a long time ago..can't even remember where it was now..anybody else had an atmospheric tune hit them like that?

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Bud Harper - wherever you were

One you know you have arrived 🙂 

 

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first record I heard at Wigan.  Walked in to that sweaty atmosphere and I didn't say a word  Yvonne Baker was on.  Overplayed now but mid 70s, Wigan Casino, spot on!!

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Obviously and endless list but..

 

Electric on that floor. And I mean on that floor.

Ed

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I remember arriving at the King's Hall, Stoke, around 2005.  I'd made my own way there because of an earlier engagement and arrived at around midnight to meet the "crew".  I walked across the car park, you know what it's like, you can hear the feint thud of the beat of the music that gets louder as you approach and your heart beat starts to quicken with excitement.  I paid, walked towards the doors, hauled them open and Unsatisfied by Lou Johnson was booming out over that huge ceiling. The floor was packed, a sea of bouncing heads, a steamy haze above and the feeling was pure exhilaration.  I remember that experience vividly to this day.  😊

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Walking down the stairs of the 100 club & hearing Maxine Brown - It's Torture. 

Hairs on the back of the neck!! 

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Walking into cleethorpes late 77 hearing soul Sam hit you with servicemen are you angry Johnny Hampton not my girl and delites lover boooom dance floor madness 

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hands up if you keep thinking of russ abbott every time you see this topic updated 

 

records with atmosphere  ? how about one from the early 2000s best around 3am the  'shes wanted' instrumental rough and raw  sparse 

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The Chaumonts Love Is The Thing banging out of, I want to say, Woking, which would have been 80'something or other...

Ah, aren't drugs great?

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The intro to invitations “look on the good side” is very atmospheric and uplifting

 

flame n king “happy days” is another atmospheric feel good track

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Paris Blues - feels like it was recorded in a very large hall, so much depth to the music.

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Darkest Days at the Wheel!!! All day(night) long !

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8 hours ago, Mike said:

hands up if you keep thinking of russ abbott every time you see this topic updated 

 

 

Choon!

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Only one for me I have listened to top DJ's all over the country, heard the rarest of the rare heard every soul Genre (and god have I heard some sounds) but there's still one track no matter how many times I hear it no matter where I am that still makes my toes tingle, even after all the years I've been hitting the dance floor, that's the MVP's "Turnin' My Heartbeat Up" (True Atmosphere) 

Kirsty

 

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Too many to mention but that 'Backstreet Band' version of 'Back Street' that Guy Hennigan used to play was the first one that came to mind.

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Casino - when the first 5 seconds kick in - not rare some would say nota particularly good tune - you had to be there - outstanding 

 

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15 hours ago, Joesoap said:

Too many to mention but that 'Backstreet Band' version of 'Back Street' that Guy Hennigan used to play was the first one that came to mind.

Top tune Chris  kings old copy resides in my collection 

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Love this instrumental

 

 

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Wigan Casino 74 . Earl Wright - Thumb a ride , hundreds of dancers doing a single clap at exactly the same time at different parts of the record .

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When I first started going to allnighters - Crown Hotel Thornton Fife then Glenrothes YMCA - Colin Law spin from then - still makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand up with the opening bars !!!

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