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A month or so ago I put my playlist on here, after djing over the weekend, and I asked everyone who dj'd to add theres. Well seeing as it made such good reading I thought i'd do it again..

So here goes..

Plinston Last night (top night-but i'll leave to someone else who can type to give a ful write up)

Ok 11.15 - 12.15

(in order)

GET READY - ELLA FITZGERALD - REPRISE (LP)

IN ORBIT - JOY LOVEJOY - CHECKER

HE WHO PICKS A ROSE - CARSTAIRS - OKEH

I JUST CAN'T LIVE MY LIFE - LINDA JONES - WB

I THIS IS LOVE - THE PRECISIONS - DREW

SINCE I FOUND MY BABY - THE METROS - RCA VICTOR

THE PAIN GETS A LITLE DEEPER - DARROW FLETCHER - GROOVY

OUR LOVE WILL GROW - THE SHOWMEN - SWAN

A LITTLE TOGETHERNESS - THE YOUNGHEARTS - CANTERBURY

LET ME BE YOUR BOY - WILSON PICKETT - VERVE

BABY I'M COMING HOME - MACK RICE - LU PINE

I'LL LOVE YOU TILL THE COWS COME HOME - CLYDE McPHATTER - MERCURY

LOVE LOVE LOVE - BOBBY HEBB - PHILIPS

THE LOVE I LOST - HAROLD MELVIN - PHILADELPHIA

HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS - BOBBY WOMACK - COLUMBIA

CASHING IN - VOICES OF EAST HARLEM - JUST SUNSHINE

I WANNA GIVE YOU TOMORROW - BENNY TROY - DELITE

HEAVEN IN THE AFTERNOON - LEW KIRTON - ALSTON

HEAVEN MUST HAVE SENT YOU - THE ELGINS - VIP

WHY YOU WANNA MAKE ME BLUE - THE TEMPTATIONS - STATESIDE

JUST WALK IN MY SHOES - GADYS KNIGHT - TAMLA MOTOWN

IT TAKES HEART - GREG PERRY - ALFA.

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    BABY I'M COMING HOME - MACK RICE - LU PINE this i bought off alan rhodes blind from a clear out list for £2 and played at my first dj spot in spalding last year

    LOVE LOVE LOVE - BOBBY HEBB - PHILIPS another one from my set , change out of a tenner aswell

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    A month or so ago I put my playlist on here, after djing over the weekend, and  I asked everyone who dj'd to add theres. Well seeing as it made such good reading I thought i'd do it again..

    So here goes..

    Plinston Last night (top night-but i'll leave to someone else who can type to give a ful write up)

    Ok 11.15 - 12.15

    (in order)

    GET READY - ELLA FITZGERALD - REPRISE (LP)

    IN ORBIT - JOY LOVEJOY - CHECKER

    HE WHO PICKS A ROSE - CARSTAIRS - OKEH

    I JUST CAN'T LIVE MY LIFE - LINDA JONES - WB

    I THIS IS LOVE - THE PRECISIONS - DREW

    SINCE I FOUND MY BABY - THE METROS - RCA VICTOR

    THE PAIN GETS A LITLE DEEPER - DARROW FLETCHER - GROOVY

    OUR LOVE WILL GROW - THE SHOWMEN - SWAN

    A LITTLE TOGETHERNESS - THE YOUNGHEARTS - CANTERBURY

    LET ME BE YOUR BOY - WILSON PICKETT - VERVE

    BABY I'M COMING HOME - MACK RICE - LU PINE

    I'LL LOVE YOU TILL THE COWS COME HOME - CLYDE McPHATTER - MERCURY

    LOVE LOVE LOVE - BOBBY HEBB - PHILIPS

    THE LOVE I LOST - HAROLD MELVIN - PHILADELPHIA

    HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS - BOBBY WOMACK - COLUMBIA

    CASHING IN - VOICES OF EAST HARLEM - JUST SUNSHINE

    I WANNA GIVE YOU TOMORROW - BENNY TROY - DELITE

    HEAVEN IN THE AFTERNOON - LEW KIRTON - ALSTON

    HEAVEN MUST HAVE SENT YOU - THE ELGINS - VIP

    WHY YOU WANNA MAKE ME BLUE - THE TEMPTATIONS - STATESIDE

    JUST WALK IN MY SHOES - GADYS KNIGHT - TAMLA MOTOWN

    IT TAKES HEART - GREG PERRY - ALFA.

    :D

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    Wow Greg Perry, Lew Kirton, Benny Troy in the same nite, sounds like Parr Hall at Warrington, don't often hear them on their own but in one set. nice one :D

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    right heres the whole set list any comments appreciated7 day lover - raymond smith ix chains (version of james fountain)

    love love love - bobby hebb phillips

    one in a million - ovations - mgm records

    baby i'm coming home - mack rice lupine

    i must be doing something right - irene reid - pilgrim records

    my little red book - tony middleton - london

    who walks in when i walk out that door - roscoe sheldon - sound stage 7

    lookie lookie (version of the yum yums)-the kittens - abc

    dont send nobody else - dynamic superiors lp track

    have more time - marvin smith brunswick

    girl accross the street - moses smith -dionn

    aint nothing for a man in love - archie bell 7 the drells - glades

    seven days - the bel-aires brut records

    music to my heart - patti austin abc

    follow the sun - chico holliday - meadowbrook

    we can do some business - the charles iv - smash

    cracked up over you - danny white - decca

    hide nor hair - earl grant - decca

    tell it to your mother - herb ryals - jubilee

    i dont want a play boy - barbara lynn - tribe

    i dont know what foot to dance on - kim tolliver - castro

    it aint what you got - jimmy hughes - atlantic

    two loves have i - joe turner phillips(french release)

    heartaches was all i got - sven zetterberg - buzz

    if i could turn back the hands of time - vernon garrett - modern records

    because i love him - patti williams - sunflower

    this is my story - rev george morton - hi-Q

    shalimars - stop and take a look at yourself - verve

    ten to one - lou roberts - mgm

    the man that said no - bettye swann money records

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    My plays New Years Eve @ Sheridans Lifeline/Soultown all-nighter.

    10.30 to 11.30

    Willie Small - How High - Essica

    Righteous Brothers - It's Up To You - Verve LP

    Soul City - I Shot For The Moon - Mercury

    Winfield Parker - Sweet Little Girl - Ru-JAc

    Shirley Wahls - Thats How Long - King

    Don Wyatt - I've Got Myself To Blame - Garpax

    Furys - What IS Soul - Mack IV

    Citations - (To Win The Race) Keep The Faith - Ballad

    Just Rita - The Best Thing You Ever Had - Barrington

    Benny Latimore - Girl I Got News For You - Dade

    Admirations - Don't Leave Me - One~Derful

    Royal Premiers - I Can Make It If I Try - MBS

    Temptations - (Loneliness Made Me Realise) It's You That I Need - Gordy

    Freddie Gorman - Take Me Back - Ric Tic

    Derek Martin - Sly Girl - Tuba

    Survivors - Good Baby - Valli

    King George - I'm Gonna Be Somebody Someday - RCA

    Attractions - Why Shouldn't A Man Cry - Bell

    Jesse Boone & Astros - I Got To Love You - Soul~Po~Tion

    Ollie Jackson - Just A Little While - Pepper

    Ozz & His Spurlings - Somebody To Love - MIOB

    Jimmy Holiday - The New Breed - Kent

    Jean Wells - With My Love And What You Got - Calla

    Syng McGowan - Just In The Nick Of Time - Hope

    8 to 8.30ish (in the morning)

    Precisions - Why Girl - Drew

    Deon Jackson - Thats What You Do To Me - Carla

    Syl Johnson - Try Me - Twilight

    Chuck Bernard - Every Hurt Makes You Stronger - Satellite

    Jimmy Hughes - I'm A Man Of Action - Fame

    Jimmy Norman - This I Beg Of You - Samar

    Gladys - Love - O-Gee

    Exits - You Got To Have Money - Gemini

    Clarence Ashe - She Said I'd Be A Failure - J&S

    Grover Mitchell - Take Your Time And Love Me - Josie

    Spyder Turner - You're Good Enough For Me - MGM

    Creations - Oh Baby

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    this is my story - rev george morton - hi-Q

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    Dave, how'd this go down mate? Played it here and din't get a reaction other than "what's he playing now?!"

    Will have a dig round and find my plays from last night at Pond's Forge...

    Billy :D

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    Usual spins for myself, usually changes from night to night. Gotta go with the flow.

    Betty Turner-Be Careful Girl

    Hollywood Spectrum-I Gotta Get Back To Lovin' You

    Ray & Dave-Wrong Wrong Wrong

    HB Barnum-Heartbreaker

    Otis Smith-Let Her Go

    Lorraine Chandler-What Can I Do

    Ambers-Potion Of Love

    Dean Parrish-Bricks Bottle And Broken Sticks

    Metros-Since I Found My Baby

    Ernie Marbray-Aint Nobodys Business

    Jelly beans-You Don't Mean Me No Good

    Measures-Girls Are Evil

    Cavaliers-Dance Little Girl

    Queenie Lyons-Drown In My Own Tears

    Gloria Lynne-I Just Gotta Tell Somebody

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    King George - I'm Gonna Be Somebody Someday - RCA

    Great Record I Used To Play This Many Moons Ago On The Odd Occasion That I Stayed Sober/Straight Enough To Spin Discs,Not Too Expensive Either ,The Other One Is Good To,The Old Syng Mcgowan C/U

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    King George - I'm Gonna Be Somebody Someday - RCA

    Great Record I Used To Play This Many Moons Ago On The Odd Occasion That I Stayed Sober/Straight Enough To Spin Discs,Not Too Expensive Either ,The Other One Is Good To,The Old Syng Mcgowan C/U

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    Do you mean "So Long Johnny"? If so played that out the odd time recently.

    There's another on Mid-Town by King George that also got plays in the 80's.

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    right heres the whole set list any comments appreciated7 day lover - raymond smith ix chains (version of james fountain)

    love love love - bobby hebb phillips

    one in a million - ovations - mgm records

    baby i'm coming home - mack rice lupine

    i must be doing something right - irene reid - pilgrim records

    my little red book - tony middleton - london

    who walks in when i walk out that door - roscoe sheldon - sound stage 7

    lookie lookie (version of the yum yums)-the kittens - abc

    dont send nobody else - dynamic superiors lp track

    have more time - marvin smith brunswick

    girl accross the street - moses smith -dionn

    aint nothing for a man in love - archie bell 7 the drells - glades

    seven days - the bel-aires brut records

    music to my heart - patti austin abc

    follow the sun - chico holliday - meadowbrook

    we can do some business - the charles iv - smash

    cracked up over you - danny white - decca

    hide nor hair - earl grant - decca

    tell it to your mother - herb ryals - jubilee

    i dont want a play boy - barbara lynn - tribe

    i dont know what foot to dance on - kim tolliver - castro

    it aint what you got - jimmy hughes - atlantic

    two loves have i - joe turner phillips(french release)

    heartaches was all i got - sven zetterberg - buzz

    if i could turn back the hands of time - vernon garrett - modern records

    because i love him - patti williams - sunflower

    this is my story - rev george morton - hi-Q

    shalimars - stop and take a look at yourself - verve

    ten to one - lou roberts - mgm

    the man that said no - bettye swann money records

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    David, where and when did you play that set, mate?

    And where was the event at Spalding you mentioned in your other post?

    Dave

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    Dave, how'd this go down mate? Played it here and din't get a reaction other than "what's he playing now?!"

    george morton had a couple of people shuffling around the edge of the dancefloor but everyone wa getting settled / going to the bar. i played it to see if anyone rated it as it was selling for silly money then and i picked it up after hearing it on a kitch sales site , its ok but ends sharpley

    i was on early so was told play what you like type set

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    Good set Miscief and feedback on your spot Friday's been very good so we may have to have you back...maybe with the boyfriend, Cowboy Chapman? I had to go home early Friday so only did the one set but that included:

    Geno Washington - If This Is Love - CD Only

    Vondells - Valentino

    Luther Thomas - Upset The Town

    Ike & Tina Turner - Dust My Broom

    Johnny Darrow - Love Is A Nightmare

    Stan Devereaux - Sad Tomorrows

    Constellations - Oh Mary

    Contours - Jealousy - acetate

    ZZ Hill - Anit Too Proud To Beg

    and a load of others that being ill has made me forget!

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    some things that i played at the greatstone last night

    brand new 1000 years du-vern

    quinn harris i will always love you M L E

    four tracks charade note

    ferry brothers til morning comes dawnlight ( sam wants this if anyone has one to sell)

    johhny vanelli something to sleep on blue dolphin

    liberation love looks good on you S O A

    len wade what you gonna do dial

    california playboys just say a 4 letter word loadstone

    aristocrats lets get together wb

    tootsie rollers give me love me-o

    bitter and sweet i wont have any babies for you anything everything

    gil billingsley im me just me landy bug

    thats all i can remember.

    mark

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    Good set Miscief and feedback on your spot Friday's been very good so we may have to have you back...maybe with the boyfriend, Cowboy Chapman? I had to go home early Friday so only did the one set but that included:

    Geno Washington - If This Is Love - CD Only

    Vondells - Valentino

    Luther Thomas - Upset The Town

    Ike & Tina Turner - Dust My Broom

    Johnny Darrow - Love Is A Nightmare

    Stan Devereaux - Sad Tomorrows is this great i have had 2 copies of this so usually gets played at the greatstone as the spare went to tony

    Constellations - Oh Mary

    Contours - Jealousy - acetate

    ZZ Hill - Anit Too Proud To Beg

    and a load of others that being ill has made me forget!

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    Some awsome tracks here and many I don't know, probably because I don't come out to play. Any way, what is the deal? do you decide what you are going to play, and write it down and just do it? When I used to do some nights in the late 70s and 80s, I didn't know what I was going to play,I just used to go through the box before I started, but that would change by dancefloor reaction or just on a whim. I certainly couldn't say what I played after the night ended, except for a couple of tracks I would remember.

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    Some awsome tracks here and many I don't know, probably because I don't come out to play.  Any way, what is the deal? do you decide what you are going to play, and write it down and just do it?  When I used to do some nights in the late 70s and 80s, I didn't know what I was going to play,I just used to go through the box before I started, but that would change by dancefloor reaction or just on a whim.  I certainly couldn't say what I played after the night ended, except for a couple of tracks I would remember.

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    I have found that it's better to have game plan. If you go by the crowds reaction, you just keep looking for those 100mph stompers, instead of grabbing quality tunes. There is an art to balancing the energy of dancefloor. Keep it too high too long and peoples enthusiasm seems taper off. At least that seems to be case here in the states...lazy Americans! :D

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    I have found that it's better to have game plan. If you go by the crowds reaction, you just keep looking for those 100mph stompers, instead of grabbing quality tunes. There is an art to balancing the energy of dancefloor. Keep it too high too long and peoples enthusiasm seems taper off. At least that seems to be case here in the states...lazy Americans! :D

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    i just listen to what everyone else has played then just make my decisions as i go along .

    mark

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    Just got back from Soulgirls 40th down in sunny Bournemouth, took me about six hours to get home but well worth the long journey, off the top of my head played the following i think, oh the beer was good!

    Delegates Of Soul - I'll Come Running Back - Up Look

    Ronnie McNeir - Sitting In My Class - De-To

    Danny Woods - You Had Me Fooled - Correc-Tone

    The Professionals - That's Why I Love You - Groove City

    Four Tracks - Like My Love For You - Mandingo

    The Masqueraders - How - La Beat

    Jimmy Burns - I Really Love You - Erica

    Troy Dodds - Try My Love - El Camino DJ

    The Cashmeres - Show Stopper - Hem

    Elbie Parker - Please Keep Away From Me - Veep DJ

    Ty Karim - You Really Made It Good To Me - Senator

    Same Fletcher - I'd Think It Over - Tollie DJ

    Joann Courcy - I Got The Power - Twirl DJ

    Jimmy Wallace - I'll Be Back - Alfa

    Al Wilson - Help Me - Wand DJ

    Bobby Kline - Say Something Nice To Me - MB

    George Blackwell - Can't Lose My Head - Smoke

    Larry Clinton - She's Wanted - Dynamo DJ

    Betty Turner - The Winds Kept Laughing - Crescent DJ

    Herb Ward - Strange Change - Argo DJ

    Freddie Houston - If I Had Known - Old Town DJ

    Mickie Champion - What Good Am I - Musette

    Regards - Mark Bicknell.

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    george morton had a couple of people shuffling around the edge of the dancefloor but everyone wa getting settled / going to the bar. i played it to see if anyone rated it as it was selling for silly money then and i picked it up after hearing it on a kitch sales site , its ok but ends sharpley

    i was on early so was told play what you like type set

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    Yes mine ends like that too. I can't imagine they're all like that though, just a pressing fault on the odd few me thinks, but I maybe wrong...

    I first heard it on Manship's 'Rarest of the Rare' and have loved it ever since, but was told it was very rare and would cost me £600, which thankfully it didn't as eBay was flooded the next week! whistling.gif

    Billy :wicked:

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    Yes mine ends like that too. I can't imagine they're all like that though, just a pressing fault on the odd few me thinks, but I maybe wrong...

    I first heard it on Manship's 'Rarest of the Rare' and have loved it ever since, but was told it was very rare and would cost me £600, which thankfully it didn't as eBay was flooded the next week! whistling.gif

    Billy :wicked:

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    Playlist for PF Billy ?

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    These are what I played at eh Jazz Cafe this weekend before and after the Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings concert. Not in the order I played them though.

    Ree Flores - Look Into My Heart (M&H)

    Little Tommy - Baby Can't You See (Sound Of Soul)

    Benny Harper - My Prayer (Harper SOul)

    Tickled Pink - Reach Out (Pink Knip)

    Innersouls - Take Your Time (Plemmons)

    Phillips Bros. - I Got Hurt (NOW)

    Irma Thomas - What Are You Trying To Do (IR)

    Frank Lynch - Young Girl (My Record)

    Road Runners - Everyman For Himself (Custom Sound)

    Black Truth Band - Butter Nut pt2 (Black Truth)

    Curtis MAyfield - Move On Up (Curtom

    New World - We're Gunna MAke IT (Polydor)

    Robbie Hills Family Affair - I Just Want To Be (Soul West)

    Blue Rhythm COmbo - Too Old (WIRL)

    Latin Breed - I Turn You On (GC)

    Earl English - Trying To Make Ends Meet (Six Toe)

    Chantels - Indian Giver (Verve)

    MArtha Star - Too Bad BAby (Thelma)

    Freddie Chavez - Baby I'm Sorry (Look)

    Little Jimmy Ballad - Sophisticated Walk (ABC)

    Pat Brown - Good Got TO Suffer... (Seven B )

    Betty Lloyd - I'm Catching On (BSC)

    Rhonda Davis - Can You Remember (Duke)

    Frank Dell - Broke Your Game Wide Open (Valise)

    Tommy Turner - Lazy (ElBam!)

    Four Tops - Are You MAn Enough (Dunhill)

    Billy Hambric - She Said Goodbye (Drum)

    Pat Lewis - No One To Love (Solid Hit)

    Jimmy Raye - Philly Dog Around The World (KKC)

    Honey and the Bees - Dynamite Exploded (Arctic)

    Ernest Mosely - Stubborn Heart (La-Cindy)

    Parisians - Twinkle Little Star (Demon Hot)

    Timeless Legend - I Was Born To Love You (Dawn-Lite)

    Honey and the Bees - Love Addict (Arctic)

    Edited by JTrouble

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    David, where and when did you play that set, mate?

    And where was the event at Spalding you mentioned in your other post?

    Dave

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    If anyone knows where this is and when this is in Spalding please let me know as we have been trying to find out for a while so we can attend, being a group of soulies from that neck of the woods wanting to look further than our own local venues.

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    Do you mean "So Long Johnny"?  If so played that out the odd time recently.

    There's another on Mid-Town by King George that also got plays in the 80's.

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    Thats The One ,I Can Remember The One On Mid-Town, I Saw It In A lot Of Boxes,Was It 70's ? Or Was IT Just a Bad Record .

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    Thats The One ,I Can  Remember The One On Mid-Town, I Saw It In A lot Of Boxes,Was It 70's ? Or Was IT Just a Bad Record .

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    Keb had this covered up as The Chessmen. Very fast and thumpy.

    Phil.

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    Playlist for PF Billy ?

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    Yep...

    JIMMY SOUL CLARK - I'LL BE YOUR CHAMPION - SOULHAWK

    HARRY STARR - IF THIS IS GOODBYE - IPG

    JIMMY JAMES - THIS HEART OF MINE - UK PICCADILLY

    DRAPERS - YOUR LOVE HAS GONE AWAY - GEE

    HARRY STARR - ANOTHER TIME ANOTHER PLACE - END

    BARBARA REDD - I'LL BE ALL ALONE - SPQR

    FIVE ROYALS - CATCH THAT TEARDROP - ABC

    EMPIRES - YOU'RE ON TOP GIRL - CANDI

    JOE JAMA - MY LIFE - OPTIMUM

    BOBBIE SMITH - WALK ON INTO MY HEART - AMERICAN ARTS

    MIGHTY LOVERS - MIGHTY LOVER - ARCHER TEST PRESS

    CHARLIE RICH - DON'T TEAR ME DOWN - ACETATE

    RUBY - DECIEVED - GOLD TOKEN

    FOUR VOICES - YOUR LOVE IS GETTING STRONGER - VOICE

    LEE ROYE - TEARS - DECCA

    INTICERS - GOT TO FIND ME A BABY - BABY LUV

    EPITOME OF SOUND - YOU DON'T LOVE ME - SANDBAG

    HAMILTON MOVEMENT - SHE'S GONE - LOOK-OUT

    VOICES OF EAST HARLEM - CASHING IN - JUST SUNSHINE

    MIGHTY POPE - IF YOU WANT A LOVE AFFAIR - RCA

    ANN SEXTON - YOU'VE BEEN GONE TOO LONG - SEVENTY-7

    OXFORD NIGHTS - I'M SUCH A LONELY ONE - DELPHI

    Tried to keep them all together at front of box, but apologies if I missed any or there's something on the list that I didn't actually play.

    Billy whistling.gif

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    the spalding one was a new venture starting at the vista , the bloke who organised it is called ian and does tha baroby nights aswell , hes looking at doing one at the sugarbeat factory soon

    he posts events on the site when they are organised

    email me if you need any more help

    davidwapples@yahoo.co.uk

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    These are the 45,s I played last Sat nite at George Rouse,s Soul Party

    in Carlisle ,where Dickie Watt, George Hunt, Kev Barrett, George Rouse

    Ivan Ward, Steve Ashbourne, Arthur,Tony Clark, Big Danny & Chris spun the tunes at the party which resembled a scene from

    Little Britain only gay in the village pub thumbsup.gif

    CURLY MOORE-- YOU DONT MEAN IT--SANSU

    QUEEN ESTER--TAKE IT EASY BABY--GUEST

    GEORGE ALLEN--COME ON HOME--SOTO PLAY

    CONTOURS--WHOLE LOTTA WOMAN--MOTOWN

    KING EARNEST--YOU GONNA MISS ME--SONIC

    MOMENTS--YOU SAID--DEEP

    CHUCK JACKSON--SOMEBODY NEW--WAND

    KNIGHT BROS--SECOND HAND LOVER--CHECKER

    DUSTY WILSON--CANT DO WITHOUT YOU--BRONSE

    RICHARD DIMPLES FIELDS--IM PACKIN UP--VANCE

    JOHNNY CLYDE COPELAND--COMIN TO SEE ABOUT YOU=SUAVE

    TOPICS--HEY GIRL (WHERE ARE YOU GOIN ? )--CHADWICK

    IVORYS--PLEASE STAY--DESPENZA

    MAJOR LANCE--WAIT TILL I GET YOU IN MY ARMS-OKEH

    FRANKIE BEVERLY & BUTLERS--BECAUSE OF MY HEART-FAIRMOUNT

    SIDNEY BARNES--I HURT ON THE OTHER SIDE--BLUE CAT

    ARLENE SMITH--GOOD GIRLS--SPECTORIOUS

    JOE VALENTINE-I LOST THE ONLY LOVE I HAD-VAL

    MASQUERADERS--HOW--LA BEAT

    TOMMY TURNER--LAZY--EL BAM

    DEON JACKSON--SOMEDAY THE SUN WILL SHINE--VINYL CUT

    LEE BATES--WHY DONT YOU WRITE--INSTANT

    ROSE ST . JOHN--FOOL DONT LAUGH--VEEP

    MATADORS--SAY YES BABY--CHAVIS

    MARY SAXTON--DO THE JERK--PACE 45

    MARY SAXTON LOSING CONTROL--PACE 45

    KNIGHTS--I,VE GOT THE FEELING--USA

    TIMOTHY WILSON--BABY MY HEART STILL BELONGS TO YOU--ACETATE

    LENNY WILLAMS-I COULDN,T FIND NOBODY--FANTASY

    PENTAGONS--GONNA WAIT FOR YOU--SUTTER

    STIMULATION--CAN YOU DIG WHERE IM COMMIN FROM--HI-STEPPING

    HEYWOOD CASH--YOU,RE MESSING UP A GOOD THING-EPIC

    EL CHICANO--ONE MORE NIGHT--MCA

    INDEPENDENTS--LEAVING ME--WAND

    MARK LOYD--WHEN I,M GONNA FIND HER--PARLOPHONE U.K

    --------------------------------------------------------------------

    I was then followed by Dickie Watt after he forced me off the decks

    by shoving a Tesco chilli pickle down my throat !!!

    Regards Ian Cunliffe

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    Thats The One ,I Can  Remember The One On Mid-Town, I Saw It In A lot Of Boxes,Was It 70's ? Or Was IT Just a Bad Record .

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    The record in question was "I'm Thru' Losing You" by King George and the Timps on Midtown. Keb played it covered up as "Baby We're Through" by the Chessmen. Funny, I quite liked it as it was fast, noisy and manic - just the way I like 'em!!

    Arthur Fenn found a job lot of them, as I bought one from him for £10. Strangely enough, we were chatting about the record last month, and his recollection of the find was really interesting!!

    Released in October 1967.

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    KNIGHT BROS--SECOND HAND LOVER--CHECKER

    Regards Ian Cunliffe

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    Great tune this Ian....never seem to hear it being played out anywhere.

    Nice to see it on some-ones playlist. thumbsup.gif

    Regards,

    Mace.

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    The record in question was "I'm Thru' Losing You" by King George and the Timps on Midtown.  Keb played it covered up as "Baby We're Through" by the Chessmen.  Funny, I quite liked it as it was fast, noisy and manic - just the way I like 'em!!

    Arthur Fenn found a job lot of them, as I bought one from him for £10.  Strangely enough, we were chatting about the record last month, and his recollection of the find was really interesting!!

    Released in October 1967.

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    Thanks For That ,I Do Remember Now ,Funny how You Forget These Records,Some Have An Impact On You,Some Dont.

    Heres A 'Forgotten' Stafford Track 'Bee Gee Stans,Front Page Love'

    Covered Up As ?

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    Yes mine ends like that too. I can't imagine they're all like that though, just a pressing fault on the odd few me thinks, but I maybe wrong...

    I first heard it on Manship's 'Rarest of the Rare' and have loved it ever since, but was told it was very rare and would cost me £600, which thankfully it didn't as eBay was flooded the next week! :(

    Billy :)

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    I'm pretty sure the reason so rare originally is that it was withdrawn??? :( It ends so abruptly IMO because it's not finished and thats why they withdrew it :(

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    KING EARNEST--YOU GONNA MISS ME--SONIC

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    Great list of "little" things Ian :) Can anyone confirm that this King Earnest tune shares the same backing as the TNT Band on Cotique records ? Have been told so after playing it last saturday...

    ...talking of last saturday, heres what I played at the Hip City in Berlin:

    Falcons C/UP

    Fab Apollos Some Good In Everything Bad Valtone

    Sensations Demanding Man Way Out

    Limitations All Because Of You Volt

    Kenny Hamber Anything You Want Arctic

    Joey Gilmore Do It To Me One More Time Phil LA

    Leevert Allison I want To Give My Heart To You Ponchello

    Joe Tex I Want To Be Free Dial

    Mr Percolator Burning Up For Your love Wax Wel

    Otis Clay Baby Jane Dakar

    Nocquila & The Fab Spiders You Know I`m Gonna Make It Soulin

    Dewey Black Takin Love Where I Find It Reeflair

    Johnny James Tell You About My Girl Circle M

    Lester Tipton This Won`t Change La Beat

    Soul Set Will You Ever Learn Bi Me

    Ree Flores Look Into My Heart M&H

    Marvellos Mama Said unrel. Acetate (so F***** brilliant !)

    Houston Outlaws Ain`t No Telling Westbound

    Vanguards Gotta Have Love Lamp

    2.Set

    Al Williams I Am Nothing La Beat

    Bristols With A Girl Like Her Audio Dynamics

    In-Men Little Girl Pyramid

    Phyllis Brown Oh Baby Rainbow

    Pamela Beaty Talking Eyes TIP

    Monclairs Come on And Hold me United

    Soul Brothers Inc Teardrops Salem

    Barons Teardrop Fell For Me Lamar

    TNT Band Meditation Cotique

    Bob Meyer Only Get This Feeling Blue Soul

    Clifford Curry Ain`t No Danger Elf

    Gary Brown & The Chants Spoiled Child Brownie

    JB Troy Live On Musicor

    Frankie & the Damons Bad Woman Damon

    Eddie Campbell Contagious Love Audiodisc acetate

    Singing Sam Move It Baby

    Sugar Lumps Won`t You Help Me Uptown

    Elsie Strong Girl Rated Tripple X Legrand

    Eddie Jacobs Was I So Wrong Kiss Kiss

    Calvin Grayson Love just Begun IN

    Toni Try My Love Ten Star

    Last three of the night

    Louis Curry You`re just Plain Nice Reel

    James bell The Love Of My Girl Three Diamonds

    Soul Brothers Inc I Saw Forever My Love Comm. Unit.

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    I'm after:

    Frankie & the Damons "Bad Woman" and the King Earnest "You're Gunna Miss Me" if anybody can help.

    Really great records! :)

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    I've got a spare King Earnest email me James :-

    slyguy45@blueyonder.co.uk

    Edited by simonb

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