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Been waiting to do this thread for ages so here it is.

Rotherhams Clifton Hall, IMO the best nighter ever, the characters, the memories, the dj's but most importantly the music.

Gonna kick it off with what was my favorite record then & after all these years still is.

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Been waiting to do this thread for ages so here it is.

Rotherhams Clifton Hall, IMO the best nighter ever, the characters, the memories, the dj's but most importantly the music.

Gonna kick it off with what was my favorite record then & after all these years still is.

Have fun biggrin.gif

And the track is ??????????

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He`s lost it!!

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You Got Me Hung Up - king tutt - fun city

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On my 3rd copy of the 7" but the holy grail for me is the 12" version.

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He`s lost it!!

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"Marvel Love" was an Arthur / Sam spin, played elsewhere first ?

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11022 refosoul Marvel Love.

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"Marvel Love" was an Arthur / Sam spin, played elsewhere first ?

Your'e right Darran but Clifton really broke the record as it did with King Tutt & loads more.

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Will admit to looking forward to this thread... if only to see what all the fuss is about... :D

Never went to Clifton Hall... way too young of course :P

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Your'e right Darran but Clifton really broke the record as it did with King Tutt & loads more.

Thanks for that Mart !.

Richard helped a bit as well :P

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"Marvel Love" was an Arthur / Sam spin, played elsewhere first ?

Lots of things played else where,but clifton hall turned em`into biggies.

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Most of the modern stuff at the time was first played and tried out at either Snaith or Todmorden all dayers by Richard, Sam, Arthur etc. This was one of my faves from Clifton Hall..... :P

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Paradise - jewel -

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This always did it for me.

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Summertime - High Frequency 12" version.

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Your'e right Darran but Clifton really broke the record as it did with King Tutt & loads more.

King Tutt was already massive at Wigan for Richard.... :P

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What about some 6ts posting up,i aint got many of em`cant afford em`....... :P

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Most of the modern stuff at the time was first played and tried out at either Snaith or Todmorden all dayers by Richard, Sam, Arthur etc. This was one of my faves from Clifton Hall..... :P

Mainly Sam and Arthur I would say( Aprt from the obvious exceptional tunes.)

Stand at the decks, see the labels or try and guess th cover up real titles, then on the phone to John Anderson who usually said, " I'll send you a few things up"

Those were the days. :D

Many of Sam and Arthurs big records, Richard didn't have at the time and CH exposure came through Poke and that Blades fan from Sheffield.

Always thought it a greeat shame that S and A never got on at CH. (And I can tell you why :shades: )

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Mainly Sam and Arthur I would say( Aprt from the obvious exceptional tunes.)

Stand at the decks, see the labels or try and guess th cover up real titles, then on the phone to John Anderson who usually said, " I'll send you a few things up"

Those were the days. :D

Many of Sam and Arthurs big records, Richard didn't have at the time and CH exposure came through Poke and that Blades fan from Sheffield.

Always thought it a greeat shame that S and A never got on at CH. (And I can tell you why :shades: )

Where was your playlist from the revival Mr M ? You played a good few 60's things.....

Another one from Clifton..... :P

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So many sides of you... - bobby womack - motown

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Where was your playlist from the revival Mr M ? You played a good few 60's things.....

Another one from Clifton..... :P

If I'd known then what I know now I'd have kept that mint stock copy of Jimmy Delphs that RS still had covered as Tony Hestor :D

Mind you, only value wise because I never really liked it !

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Been waiting to do this thread for ages so here it is.

Rotherhams Clifton Hall, IMO the best nighter ever, the characters, the memories, the dj's but most importantly the music.

Gonna kick it off with what was my favorite record then & after all these years still is.

Have fun :lol:

Mart,

If I knew how to post clips I'd post up a stack of Clifton Hall tunes.

Sorry.

I'm Just Crap with Technology :thumbsup:

Can you find the thread anywhere from when we did the reunion night? The one that had the playlists on?

Can they be copied and pasted onto here... so that others who missed it 'might know what all the fuss was about'

Seems to me there's very few people on SS that actually went to Clifton Hall.

It's like it never really happened.

At the time... the biggest nighter on the planet.

Then.

A Car Park.

Sad.

:thumbup:

Sean

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Mart,

If I knew how to post clips I'd post up a stack of Clifton Hall tunes.

Sorry.

I'm Just Crap with Technology :thumbsup:

Can you find the thread anywhere from when we did the reunion night? The one that had the playlists on?

Can they be copied and pasted onto here... so that others who missed it 'might know what all the fuss was about'

Seems to me there's very few people on SS that actually went to Clifton Hall.

It's like it never really happened.

At the time... the biggest nighter on the planet.

Then.

A Car Park.

Sad.

:lol:

Sean

Just found it Sean.

All there exept Steve's

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Mart,

If I knew how to post clips I'd post up a stack of Clifton Hall tunes.

Sorry.

I'm Just Crap with Technology :thumbsup:

Can you find the thread anywhere from when we did the reunion night? The one that had the playlists on?

Can they be copied and pasted onto here... so that others who missed it 'might know what all the fuss was about'

Seems to me there's very few people on SS that actually went to Clifton Hall.

It's like it never really happened.

At the time... the biggest nighter on the planet.

Then.

A Car Park.

Sad.

:lol:

Sean

Well I must have gone a few times Sean, although I lost interest a bit towards the end, due to other non soul musical commitments. Awesome all nighter, pitch black with just a few neon lights. A lot of wood panelling and the balcony. Thats all I remember! only joking.

I guess the real big sounds were for me:-

Charles Johnson "Never had a love so good" not an instant success,took a while to break.

Omni "Keys to the city" covered as David Porter?

Wilson Pickett "How will I ever know" Brother Louie Brown c/u what a superb slab of soul music.

Keni Burke "Let somebody love you"

Arthur Adams "you got the floor" this was really pushing the boat out at the time.

Escorts "Sing a happy song"

Cindy Harris "Dance me swing me"

Samona Cooke "Subway"

Leon Bryant "Might body"

Eloise Laws "If I don't watch ouit"

Sammy Gaha "thank you thank you thank you" New York Port Authority

I've got to cut this short as I have to read my son a story. There are alot more to list. The above seem to be mainly Richard's plays. Neil whatshisname of Neil's Page fame is member of this siite he should remember most of the plays if he still got his book!

BFN

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Nice list Darks thumbsup.gif

Just been digging through some vinyl to copy to post up & found a dirty great big crack in my Arthur Adams.

Not happy :rolleyes:

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Been waiting to do this thread for ages so here it is.

Rotherhams Clifton Hall, IMO the best nighter ever, the characters, the memories, the dj's but most importantly the music.

Gonna kick it off with what was my favorite record then & after all these years still is.

Have fun :rolleyes:

Hi Martin ......

With reference to one of our conversations last saturday night , regarding a suitable venue for the next Clifton Hall reunion , if a suitable venue is not found in Rotherham to stage such a notable and creditable event , what about a marquee and a portable dance floor on the car park that now occupies the site of CH .......

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Let Somebody Love You - keni burke - rca

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Played at Clifton as a new release & still massive in both northern & modern rooms. Quality...

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Nice list Darks thumbsup.gif

Just been digging through some vinyl to copy to post up & found a dirty great big crack in my Arthur Adams.

Not happy :rolleyes:

Sorry I can't post any sounds myself.

On the more obscure stuff do you remember the 45 called "Dance" by Jimmy Green? I think Poke might of played it. Wonder if it is any good now. Not heard it since.

Regards

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So many sides of you... - bobby womack - motown

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If I was asked which track reminded me most of Clifton Hall I would have to say this one, Good call Daz

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Sorry I can't post any sounds myself.

On the more obscure stuff do you remember the 45 called "Dance" by Jimmy Green? I think Poke might of played it. Wonder if it is any good now. Not heard it since.

Regards

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That'll be this one :thumbsup:

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Dance - jimmie green - string

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If I was asked which track reminded me most of Clifton Hall I would have to say this one, Good call Daz

Trev

Never. It would have to be " Circles" Atlantic Starr :thumbsup:

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Never. It would have to be " Circles" Atlantic Starr :shades:

Or maybe, The Dells / "Your song" ? :thumbsup:

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Or maybe, The Dells / "Your song" ? :thumbsup:

were you there ? :shades:laugh.gif:lol:

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all these things - bobby jason -

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were you there ? :shades:laugh.gif:lol:

Oh yes, always preferred the Winter gardens myself though :thumbsup:

Part of the excitment was always the journey to a nighter, last bus into town from Wickersley doesn't really count..... :lol:

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all these things - bobby jason -

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oooooooooh Ken. Quality. :thumbsup:

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Never. It would have to be " Circles" Atlantic Starr :shades:

For Me... it would have to be Norman Connors "Take It To The Limit"... but there were many!

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For Me... it would have to be Norman Connors "Take It To The Limit"... but there were many!

:shades:

Sean

I remember the first time Bill Ward played it Sean :thumbsup:

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I remember the first time Bill Ward played it Sean :thumbsup:

Yeh, so do I, Steve.

About six months after I did!

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Will we be seeing you back on the Holy Ground tomorrow then mate?

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otis clay - the only way is up -

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Probberly the most known clifton hall monsters.

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otis clay - the only way is up -

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Probberly the most known clifton hall monsters.

Otis Clay........good call :thumbsup::shades:

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Yeh, so do I, Steve.

About six months after I did!

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Will we be seeing you back on the Holy Ground tomorrow then mate?

Sean

You beat me to it :shades:

Saturday ?

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Your Song - the dells -

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Compiled from t'other thread and a few from memory.

I'll add to it as they come to mind.

Curtis - How Can I Tell Her

Bobby King - If You Dont Want My Love

Just be yourself - Pretenders

Gonna give you my love - Garry Glenn

Let me be the 1 -Webster Lewis

It takes heart - Gregg Perry

Why don't you make up your mind - Peabo Bryson

Take it to the limit - Norman Connors

Someone Special - Rideout

Let somebody love you _ Kenny Burke

Love no longer has a hold on me - Johnny Bristol

Man of value - Tyrone Barkley

Let spend some time - Larry Houston

I'll Be around - Doug Parkinson

Your Song - The Dells

Circles - Atlantic Starr

Ike Strong / Your love keeps me dancing / Mable

Khemistry / Can you feel my love / Columbia L.P.

Jan Jones / Independent woman / Daywood

Daybreak / I need love / PAP

Bobby Thurston / Just ask me / Mainline L.P.

Dells / Don't want nobody / Private I

Detroit Sounds of Friction / I'm leaving you / Heavy sound

John & Wierdest / Can't get over these memories / Tie

Tony Fox / Love, let love and be loved / Blaster L.P.

Alfie Davison / Love is a serious business / Mercury

Otis Clay / The only way is up / Echo

Harold Melvin / Prayin' / Source

Prince Philip Mitchell / I'm so happy / Atlantic

Lenny Welch / You picked a fine time / Big Apple 12"

Skip Mahoney / Janice / Salsoul 12"

Jewel / Paradise / Jewel Productions

Family of Eve / I want to be loved by you / Jerree

Bobby Womack / So many sides of you / Motown

Doug Parkinson / I'll be around / Southern Star

Wilson Pickett - How Will I Ever Know - Wicked

Bobby Thurston - Very Last Drop - Prelude

Holland Dozier - New Breed Kinda Woman - Invictus

Melvin Moore - All Of A Sudden - Sky Hero

Revelation - Feel It - Handshake

Johnny Bristol - Love No Longer Has A Hold On Me - Ariola Hansa

Keni Burke - Let Somebody Love You - RCA

Otis Clay - The only way Is Up - Echo

Bobby Womack - Home Is Where The Heart Is - CBS

Cheryl Berdell - Giving It All To You - EMT

Pretenders - Just Be Yourself - Carnival

Peabo Bryson - Why Don’t You Make Up Your Mind - Capitol LP

Daybreak - I Need Love - PAP

Brothers Guiding Light - Getting Together- Mercury

Bobby Patterson - I’m In Love With You - Action

Mr Soul - What Happened To Yesterday - Genuine

Marvell Love - Break that Rule - New World

Leon Bryant - Mighty Body - Delite

Bobby Thurston - Just Ask Me - LP

Cate Brothers - Where Can We Go - Asylum

Jeff Perry - Love Don’t Come No Stronger - Arista

Webster Lewis - Let Me Be the one - Epic

Joy - Band AKA

Diamond Ring - Billy Nichols

This Time With Feeling - Nate Evans

Ronnie Dyson - Lady In Red

Wind Me Up - Oscar Perry

Let Me Do It - Oscar Perry

One On One - Philip Mitchell

Don't Break That Rule - Marvell Love

Lucky Man - Tolbert

Love Call - Ramsey & Co

Summertime - High Frequency

You've Got Me Hung Up - King Tutt

Breaking Training - Larry Brown

Heartaches & Pain - The Pages

You Can Win - Bileo

Over The Top - Roy Dawson

Just Like The Weather - Richie Parker

Charles Jonson – Never Had A Love So Good

Element Experience – Write Your Ticket

Joe Simon – Let Me Be The One

Millie Jackson – Ask Me What You Want

Otis Clay – Special Kind Of Love

Jimmy Bo Horne – If You Want My Love

Melba Mooere - Lets Stand Together

Gayle Adams - Lets Go All The Way

BoBo Mr Soul - Hitchiking To Heartbreak

Rhonda Davis - Can You Remember

OT Sykes - Stone Crush On You

Eddie Kendricks - You Can't Stop My Love

James Galyn - You Come First at Last

Dells - All About The Paper

Darrell Banks - I'm The One Who Loves You

Tony Wells - Get Well Soon

Tommy Tate - You Taught Me How To Love

Willie Darrington - Never Should Have Walked Away

Eloise Laws - If You Dont Watch Out

Swiss Movement - Wish our Love Could Last Forever

Jimmy Delphs - Dancing A Hole In The World

Joe L - I'm Not Gonna Be Worried

Paul Thompson - Special Kinda Woman

Sunfire - Step In The Light

Detroit spinners - I'll Be Around

Samona Cooke - Subway

Oscar Perry - Wind Me Up

Oscar Perry - Do It

Bileo - You Can Win

Luther Vandross - Never Too Much

Joe King - Speak On Up

Eddie Billups - Shake Off That Dream

Marc sadane One Minute From Love

Excuse repeats. It's late!

More?

Sean

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the lover who loves you not - court davis -

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Would post"no second chance"mine jumps :thumbsup: Anybody gonna post"pakcin up"then or what?. :shades:

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You beat me to it :thumbsup:

Saturday ?

Yes mate. Sorry.... SATURDAY!

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Otis Clay........good call :thumbsup::shades:

Actually, thats probably the one !

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What about"i am somebody"please,take about three years to find it here,not the shorter 7" please.Not the German copy either.

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Actually, thats probably the one !

There's not just 'one' though Steve is there?

The sheer volume of class records broken and played at Clifton Hall was Breathtaking... and the playlist pretty much fed the rest of the Northern 'AND' modern scenes for the entire decade.

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You Can Win - bileo - mtu watts city

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Compiled from t'other thread and a few from memory.

I'll add to it as they come to mind.

How can I tell her - Curtis

Bobby King - If You Dont Want My Love

Just be yourself - Pretenders

Gonna give you my love - Garry Glenn

Let me be the 1 -Webster Lewis

It takes heart - Gregg Perry

Why don't you make up your mind - Peabo Bryson

Take it to the limit - Norman Connors

Someone Special - Rideout

Let somebody love you _ Kenny Burke

Love no longer has a hold on me - Johnny Bristol

Man of value - Tyrone Barkley

Let spend some time - Larry Houston

I'll Be around - Doug Parkinson

Your Song - THe Dells

Circles - Atlantic Starr

Ike Strong / Your love keeps me dancing / Mable

Khemistry / Can you feel my love / Columbia L.P.

Jan Jones / Independent woman / Daywood

Daybreak / I need love / PAP

Bobby Thurston / Just ask me / Mainline L.P.

Dells / Don't want nobody / Private I

Detroit Sounds of Friction / I'm leaving you / Heavy sound

John & Wierdest / Can't get over these memories / Tie

Tony Fox / Love, let love and be loved / Blaster L.P.

Alfie Davison / Love is a serious business / Mercury

Otis Clay / The only way is up / Echo

Harold Melvin / Prayin' / Source

Prince Philip Mitchell / I'm so happy / Atlantic

Lenny Welch / You picked a fine time / Big Apple 12"

Skip Mahoney / Janice / Salsoul 12"

Jewel / Paradise / Jewel Productions

Family of Eve / I want to be loved by you / Jerree

Bobby Womack / So many sides of you / Motown

Doug Parkinson / I'll be around / Southern Star

Wilson Pickett - How Will I Ever Know - Wicked

Bobby Thurston - Very Last Drop - Prelude

Holland Dozier - New Breed Kinda Woman - Invictus

Melvin Moore - All Of A Sudden - Sky Hero

Revelation - Feel It - Handshake

Johnny Bristol - Love No Longer Has A Hold On Me - Ariola Hansa

Keni Burke - Let Somebody Love You - RCA

Otis Clay - The only way Is Up - Echo

Bobby Womack - Home Is Where The Heart Is - CBS

Cheryl Berdell - Giving It All To You - EMT

Pretenders - Just Be Yourself - Carnival

Peabo Bryson - Why Don't You Make Up Your Mind - Capitol LP

Daybreak - I Need Love - PAP

Brothers Guiding Light - Getting Together- Mercury

Bobby Patterson - I'm In Love With You - Action

Mr Soul - What Happened To Yesterday - Genuine

Marvell Love - Break that Rule - New World

Leon Bryant - Mighty Body - Delite

Bobby Thurston - Just Ask Me - LP

Cate Brothers - Where Can We Go - Asylum

Jeff Perry - Love Don't Come No Stronger - Arista

Webster Lewis - Let Me Be the one - Epic

Joy - Band AKA

Diamond Ring - Billy Nichols

This Time With Feeling - Nate Evans

Ronnie Dyson - Lady In Red

Wind Me Up - Oscar Perry

Let Me Do It - Oscar Perry

One On One - Philip Mitchell

Don't Break That Rule - Marvell Love

Lucky Man - Tolbert

Love Call - Ramsey & Co

Summertime - High Frequency

You've Got Me Hung Up - King Tutt

Breaking Training - Larry Brown

Heartaches & Pain - The Pages

You Can Win - Bileo

Over The Top - Roy Dawson

Just Like The Weather - Richie Parker

Charles Jonson - Never Had A Love So Good

Element Experience - Write Your Ticket

Joe Simon - Let Me Be The One

Millie Jackson - Ask Me What You Want

Otis Clay - Special Kind Of Love

Jimmy Bo Horne - If You Want My Love

Excuse repeats. It's late!

More?

Sean

Get Well Soon

You Taught Me How To Love

Never Should Have Walked Away

Warm And Gentle Explosion

Nobody ever Said..........

If You Need Love

Wish our Love Could Last Forever

What does The Future hold

New Love

I Was Born To Love You

Dancing A Hole In The World

On Broadway

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