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London's premier Modern Soul & Crossover night

MONUMENTAL SOUL

on the 26th May with a very special guest for the evening

Sean Hampsey....

alongside your regular DJs Gareth 'Girth' Donovan, Niki, Neil Forbes & Mole.

MONUMENTAL SOUL @ The Britannia, Monument St, London EC3 - Monument tube is just a stones throw away and free parking nearby.

We're there from 8.30 til 2am playing a quality mix of classic modern & crossover soul from the 70s & 80s with a smattering of rare 60s & some of the best new releases too.

For more information you can mail mentalsoul@soulboys.co.uk / girthdevon@ntlworld.com or call Girth on 01708 724349.

DON'T FORGET - KEEP IT MENTAL !!!!!!!

MonuMENTAL 2007 Dates for your diary :-

June 30th - with Bob Cosby

August 25th - with Dave Thorley

September 29th - with Jordi Ripolles

October 27th - with Terry Jones

November 24th - with Bully & Tats Taylor

December 31st - SPECIAL EVENT Niki's 40th Birthday Party

www.monumentalsoul.co.uk

www.myspace.com/monumentalsoul

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Looking forward to my first trip to this esteemed event!

Will be sorting out the Box next weekend.... and have been asked to bring along the unreleased Bobby Womack... so expect to give it a blast at some point during the session!

If Forest get through to the Play Offs I'm be taking Tats down with me to see the Match at the New Wembley Stadium... Two Birds... One Stone... so fingers crossed there.

Course, if they don't, I'll bring him anyway cos he'll only stay home and sulk otherwise.

Up For It!

Any requests? (Apart from stay home... you thick Yorkshire Pudding).

:thumbsup:

Sean

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If Forest get through to the Play Offs I'm be taking Tats down with me to see the Match at the New Wembley Stadium... Two Birds... One Stone... so fingers crossed there.

:sleep3:

Sean

Didn't know you were Forest Sean?

Good Man.

Peter

:thumbsup:

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Didn't know you were Forest Sean?

Always had a soft spot... but I do for half a dozen local/regional sides to be fair...

It's Tats that's the real Forest Red so we thought we'd make a day of it... should they get through!

... And more especially as they're (just about) the only local side (to me) that's not just been relegated.

:thumbsup:

Sean

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Same here,we can continue our little chat regards footie Sean :thumbsup: .

BTW anyone know if we'll be able to get a cabbie to collect us from Stringfellows around 4.00am?

A Proper West Ham Cabbie would be 'andsome!

Anyone?

:thumbsup:

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BTW anyone know if we'll be able to get a cabbie to collect us from Stringfellows around 4.00am?

A Proper West Ham Cabbie would be 'andsome!

Anyone?

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You don`t wanna go there,looks of naked women and the beers expensive :D .

looks like i`ll be bringing home a few drunken northern boys than :D

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What :D ???

Naked Women!!!

You mean Stringfellow not playing Northern Soul no more?

:thumbsup:

No mate they dont, I will be there to see you and the boys ? Where are you staying buddy ?

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No mate they dont, I will be there to see you and the boys ? Where are you staying buddy ?

Will be great to see you there Gavin.

Don't know where we are staying.

Tats has been before and says he knows a place.

Probably some den of inequity off Rupert Street :yes:

Will Bob & Sue be there do you reckon?

Hope to see quite a few of our Soul Essence Comrades on the night.

12 months is far too long mate.

:wicked:

Sean

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Looks like ive saved meself £100 quid on wembley tickets, probably spend £90 quid on

records or some eastern european lap dancer, and then just blow the rest.

looking forward to it.

Hope Binsy,ivor, max etc are gonna make it.

cheers

Tats

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Looks like ive saved meself £100 quid on wembley tickets, probably spend £90 quid on

records or some eastern european lap dancer, and then just blow the rest.

looking forward to it.

Hope Binsy,ivor, max etc are gonna make it.

cheers

Tats

Should be a few of the 'old guard' out & about Tats.....looking forward to it.

Girf

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Should be a few of the 'old guard' out & about Tats.....looking forward to it.

Girf

Sorry, Girf, but despite the collective best efforts of the 'mental team to make sure that it always falls on a Saturday that I can't make, you've cocked up this time 'cos I do happen to have the night free - and will therefore be in attendance...

...don't say you've not been warned :D

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Is it true the street's are paved with Gold?

:thumbsup:

No, but you will see plenty of Romanian women and children offering to wash your windscreen :thumbsup:

Just to let you know as well, that my temporary stint as stand in is over as Niki will be back behind the decks :thumbsup:

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Just to let you know as well, that my temporary stint as stand in is over as Niki will be back behind the decks :wicked:

Shame that Neil, judging by the CD's I've had from you your sets would be right up my street!

An uncanny similar taste in music.

:wicked:

On the Wembley front, Forest didn't make it through to the play off final... so at least Tats and I will be reasonably sober when we arrive.

:wicked:

Sean

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Hey Sean , ask Girth to play the old Smooth & Co 12 ... I'll be thinking of you down in the smoke whilst I wake back the Carlsbergs in wonderful Copenhagen

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Shame that Neil, judging by the CD's I've had from you your sets would be right up my street!

An uncanny similar taste in music.

:wicked:

Sean

And Niki and I have very similar tastes as well. A good stand in for the stand in then!!

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Dearest groovy MENTAL Soul people, It's MonuMENTAL Soul time again. London's premier Modern Soul & Crossover night returns this Saturday 26th May for our annual Whitsun Bank Holiday get together for Mole's birthday. We are very pleased to welcome along our guest for the evening Mr. Sean Hampsey making his MonuMENTAL debut. A regular at such esteemed rare soul events as The Orwell and Soul Essence weekender, Sean is finally making the looooong trip down south to grace the MonuMENTAL wheels of steel. Rumour has it that there is an unreleased Bobby Womack tune lurking in the Hampsey box waiting to get a spin on Saturday.... I know there are a lot of MENTAL regulars looking forward to seeing and hearing Sean on a very rare London appearance.

We have to give a massive thanks to Neil "Nelly" Forbes for filling in for me in February and March - great sets and great crowds at both events. Neil will be joining the roster of regular jocks and will back in the very near future.

It's back to business as usual on Saturday... you know how it goes... your resident MENTAL DJs are Gareth "Girth Devon" Donovan, Mole and me, Niki Golding. As always spinning a selection of funky floor-fillers, modern soul anthems, lesser known 60s & 70s, ultra rare crossover and a smattering of new SOUL releases.... something for EVERYONE! The very best in QUALITY SOUL old and new. A night of great soul music and great company at a great venue, with a big wooden floor made for dancing and our legendary pub priced beer and draught bitter.

See you on Saturday

Niki, Girth & Mole

xx

www.monumentalsoul.co.uk

www.myspace.com/monumentalsoul

Monumental Soul

@ The Britannia

20 Monument Street

London EC3R 8AJ

London's premier Modern Soul & Crossover night

Doors: 8.30pm to 2am

Tax: seven quid

The Britannia is by The Monument - just a 30 second stroll down the hill from Monument Tube station (District & Circle Lines, and foot tunnel to Northern & Central Lines), walking distance to Fenchurch Street, Cannon Street, London Bridge (just over the river) and Liverpool Street Rail stations. If you're coming by car, Monument Street is just off King William St/London Bridge and Lower Thames Street. There is plenty of free street parking close to the venue - enter Monument Street via Eastcheap then down Pudding Lane or Botolph Lane. See http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=EC3R+8AJ&ie=UTF8&z=17&ll=51.510285,-0.086432&spn=0.002798,0.010729&om=1.

MonuMENTAL Dates for 2007:

June 30th - with guest Bob Cosby

August 25th - with guest Dave Thorley

September 29th - with guest Jordi Rippolles

October 27th - with guest Terry Jones

November 24th - with guest Bully & Tats Taylor

December 31st - SPECIAL EVENT Niki's 40th Birthday Party

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Sorry, but I won't be able to make this one. I'm the warm up DJ at the Blue Skies all dayer in Hatfield on Sunday, so need to be reasonably fresh for that. A night at MonuMental would leave me wrecked.

Hope all goes well, and hello to all my friends there.

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Really looking forward to this one Sean thumbsup.gif What time are you on mate?

Looking forward to my first trip to this esteemed event!

Will be sorting out the Box next weekend.... and have been asked to bring along the unreleased Bobby Womack... so expect to give it a blast at some point during the session!

If Forest get through to the Play Offs I'm be taking Tats down with me to see the Match at the New Wembley Stadium... Two Birds... One Stone... so fingers crossed there.

Course, if they don't, I'll bring him anyway cos he'll only stay home and sulk otherwise.

Up For It!

Any requests? (Apart from stay home... you thick Yorkshire Pudding).

:boxing:

Sean

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Sorry, but I won't be able to make this one. I'm the warm up DJ at the Blue Skies all dayer in Hatfield on Sunday, so need to be reasonably fresh for that. A night at MonuMental would leave me wrecked.

Hope all goes well, and hello to all my friends there.

Sorry you won't be able to make it Geoff. Have a blinder at Blue Skies and we'll see you soon.

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Just a thought, although I can't promise entry without tickets, if anyone from Monumental wants to attend Soul Revolution after 2am I can offer entry for £5. How's that sound? :thumbsup:

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No idea Binsy.

But get there early... just in case :rolleyes:

Looking forward to catching up with you again for sure.

:thumbsup:

Sean

Are you taking your pearly king outfit with you , Sean ? .......

Malc Burton

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Just a thought, although I can't promise entry without tickets, if anyone from Monumental wants to attend Soul Revolution after 2am I can offer entry for £5. How's that sound? rolleyes.gif

How does this work James? Does one (i.e. me) just turn up at the door and say something along the lines of "I've just been to Monumental, honest guv?" :yes:

Anyway....to get back on topic....really looking forward to tonight, see you all there :D

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Wooohooooo!

Sorting out records for the first time this year and now REALLY looking forward to tonight. First time out without the baby (mum's babysitting) and I'm off the wagon for the night... might just fall RIGHT off later :thumbsup: Looking forward to seeing everyone :D

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Well done for those who came out to play on an extremely busy night gig wise :unsure: A few obvious absentees who were at Birmingham, but still top drawer stuff from the Mental massive (innit) and a big handclap to Sean Hampsey. Well done to me as well for consuming my own bodyweight in Jack Daniels again. Sleep calls......zzzzzz

Playlists anyone??

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Only if you'll be my Pearly Queen Malc!

:lol:

Sean

As always , Dear , As always .......

Top Man , mate : I know you will have done the business ..... :unsure:

Malc Burton

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...It was a very good night in every respect, despite a slightly-lower-than-usual 'body count'. My hat's off to brother Hampsey for 'keeping it populist' and for dropping an excellent balance of the affordable and the relatively unobtainable. IMO more DJ's should be taking a leaf out of Sean's book and playing 'common' tunes like Tyrone Davis' "Turn Back The Hands Of Time" and Barbara Lynn's "You're Losing Me" as oldies, rather than judging a record's dancefloor worth on its price in a Record Guide. And the quality of Niki's first post-natal set was matched only by the obvious joy she was getting from finding herself of the DJ side of a set of turntables for the first time in a while.

There were plenty of places that people could have been last night, but those who weren't at MonuMENTAL did their ears a great disservice.

Well done to all!

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Had A GREAT GREAT Night :unsure: Have to Echo Tony's Sentiments about the whole evening. In the words of the MJ Wade tune, We Had A Ball. Many Thanks has to go to Sean Hampsey and Tats, we had such a great laugh from start to finish. Also I must give Ivor Jones a Big THANK YOU! yes.gif Ivor and his escort Taxi Service picked us up and also delivered us home via the Brick Lane Beigel shop. A MASSIVE THANKS for that Ivor, hopefully will be able to pay you back via the Guinness pump at Cleethorpes in a fortnight mate. But really enjoyed the Night, top Venue, top Music, top People. All I wanted for breakfast was "a bowl of Frosties" , and I must stop drinking the Britvic's. "Lock up your Mothers" = Bully's Ere! TOPS

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...It was a very good night in every respect, despite a slightly-lower-than-usual 'body count'. My hat's off to brother Hampsey for 'keeping it populist' and for dropping an excellent balance of the affordable and the relatively unobtainable. IMO more DJ's should be taking a leaf out of Sean's book and playing 'common' tunes like Tyrone Davis' "Turn Back The Hands Of Time" and Barbara Lynn's "You're Losing Me" as oldies, rather than judging a record's dancefloor worth on its price in a Record Guide. And the quality of Niki's first post-natal set was matched only by the obvious joy she was getting from finding herself of the DJ side of a set of turntables for the first time in a while.

There were plenty of places that people could have been last night, but those who weren't at MonuMENTAL did their ears a great disservice.

Well done to all!

Thanks Tony, glad you enjoyed it!

Always like to drop a wide range of tunes... from 4 quid... to 3 or 4 figures...

Helps to maintain the quality control that's so important... yet often overlooked.

Of course, as you well know, if the crowd is 'right' they'll appreciate that approach much more than someone just banging on the current 'big ticket' items... in some pre-programmed (hot box??) fashion.

Glad to say that, though we're separated by some 150 odd miles, the Monumental clientele were most definately my kinda people.

Thoroughly wonderful venue with an equally wonderful crowd (after all... where else in London would you get a full dancefloor to Ann Peebles 'Playhouse'?)

Too many people to name and thank... but particular thanks to Ivor Jones for being an absolute diamond in going miles out of his way to get me and the boys there and back to the digs... in one piece.

The guy is just pure class.

Will type and post a playlist as soon as I've recovered!

I will be back.

:thumbsup:

Sean

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Thanks Tony, glad you enjoyed it!

Always like to drop a wide range of tunes... from 4 quid... to 3 or 4 figures...

Helps to maintain the quality control that's so important... yet often overlooked.

Of course, as you well know, if the crowd is 'right' they'll appreciate that approach much more than someone just banging on the current 'big ticket' items... in some pre-programmed (hot box??) fashion.

Glad to say that, though we're separated by some 150 odd miles, the Monumental clientele were most definately my kinda people.

Thoroughly wonderful venue with an equally wonderful crowd (after all... where else in London would you get a full dancefloor to Ann Peebles 'Playhouse'?)

Too many people to name and thank... but particular thanks to Ivor Jones for being an absolute diamond in going miles out of his way to get me and the boys there and back to the digs... in one piece.

The guy is just pure class.

Will type and post a playlist as soon as I've recovered!

I will be back.

:thumbsup:

Sean

I knew you would do the business , mate ...... :shades:

I totally back your statement that if a crowd are up for having / wanting a good time , a playlist of , and cross selection of , good solid soulful dance music will always ensure they get what they want .....

Malc Burton

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Here's my playlist from Saturday Night, not necessarily in this order.

The Dells - Closer - Cadet

Darrow Fletcher - It's No Mistake - Crossover

Al Green - Sha La La - London

Gene Chandler - Without You Here - Curtom

Little Reuben - In The Name Of Loneliness - NR

Coke Escovado - I Wouldn't Change A Thing - Mercury

Dolly Gilmore - Don't You Know You're The Best - Dove

James Conwell - L O V E - Guinness

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

Darrell Banks - I'm The One Who Loves You - Stax

LaSawn Collins - What You Gonna Do Now - Sincere

Temptations - Beuty's Only Skin Deep - TMG

Kenny Shepard - What Difference Does It Make - Maxx

George Jackson - I Don't Have The Time To Love You - Mercury

Ruby Winters - Better - Stateside

Barbara Lynn - You're Losing Me - Volt

Margie Joseph - One More Chance - Volt

Willie Tee - First Taste Of Hurt - Gatur

Jean Wells - What Have I Got To Lose - Calla

Aretha Franklin - Don't Let Me Lose This Dream - Atlantic

Al Hudson - I'm About Loving You - Atco

MJ Wade - Gonna Ball Baby - Helva

Eugene Record - Overdose Of Joy - WB

Sam Dees - Funny - Acetate

Bobby Reed - The Time Is Right For Love - Bell

Roscoe Robinson - Don't Pretend - Fame

Barbara Lewis - Hello Stranger - London

Ann Peebles - I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down - London

Towana & The Total Destruction - Wear Your Natural Baby - Romark

Tyrone Davis - Turn Back the Hands Of Time - Atlantic

Jackie Wilson - Just Be Sincere - Brunswick

Walter Jackson - Let Me Come Back - Brunswick

Ujima - I'm Not Ready - Epic

Bobby Womack - Runaway - Acetate

Temptations - Aint To Proud To Beg - TMG

Had a whole 90 minutes so it was gloves off and into the back of the box time.

Just loved it and with such a receptive crowd I could have gone on all night (I think ya'll know what i'm talkin' about!). So many things I wish I'd played (and only a couple I wish I hadn't :huh: ).

Thanks again Monu Mentalists!

:wicked:

Sean

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Cheers Tony & Bully & Sean for your comments :huh: I had a great time on Saturday, it was good to see you all and to hear you play Sean. Great set IMHO. We were a bit down on our usual numbers - lost out to the Birmingham weekender I think - but it was good to see Andy Humberstone & Fiona down from Leicester, Bob & Sue Cosby, Ivor Jones and Ady Croasdell along with everyone else.

Tony, will have to carry on that Philly conversation sometime when I'm not so b****xed :wicked: Now where's that photo of me and Leon Huff.... ?

Bully, good to see you and Tats. Looking forward to seeing you again for the November one.

Here is a note for everyone not to make any other plans for this New Year's Eve. I'm getting in early with my reminders because it's my 40th birthday and I would really like everyone to help me celebrate at Mental this year.....

My playlist for Saturday night in approximate order:

Bobby Taylor - Don't Be Afraid (Gordy LP)

Winstons - Colour Him Father (Metromedia 7)

Strutt - Said You Didn't Love Him (Brunswick LP)

Daybreak - I Need Love (PAP 7)

James Hazelhurst - I Won't Die (Swar 7)

Popcorn Wylie - How Did I Lose You (ABC LP)

Gloria Gaynor - Tell Me How (MGM LP)

Billy Scott & The Prophets - So Glad You Happened To me (3-P) MONUMENTAL TIP FOR THE TOP!!!

Martha Reeves & The Vandellas - No One There (Gordy 7)

Jimmy Beaumont - Our day Is Here (Drive 7)

Mark IV - Signs Of A Dying Love (OTB 7)

Joshie Jo Armstead - Give a Little Loving (Gospel Truth 7)

Margie Joseph - Come On Back To Me Lover (Atlantic 7)

Bobby Womack - Daylight (United Artists 7)

The Originals - Don't Stop Now (Soul LP)

Dynells - Call On Me (Atco 7)

The Differences - five Minutes (Mon'ca 7)

Bobby Hutton - Lend A Hand (ABC LP)

Stan Martin - Big Mouth Woman (RAM LP)

Smoke - I'm So Glad You Came Along (J Bridge LP)

Bobby Wilburn - I'm A Dreamer (Gamble 7)

Garland Green - Girl I Love You (Uni LP)

TSU Toronados - Please Heart Don't Break (Rampart Street 7)

The Topics - Booking Up Baby (Mercury 7)

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Cheers Tony & Bully & Sean for your comments :P I had a great time on Saturday, it was good to see you all and to hear you play Sean. Great set IMHO. We were a bit down on our usual numbers - lost out to the Birmingham weekender I think - but it was good to see Andy Humberstone & Fiona down from Leicester, Bob & Sue Cosby, Ivor Jones and Ady Croasdell along with everyone else.

Tony, will have to carry on that Philly conversation sometime when I'm not so b****xed :wicked: Now where's that photo of me and Leon Huff.... ?

Bully, good to see you and Tats. Looking forward to seeing you again for the November one.

Here is a note for everyone not to make any other plans for this New Year's Eve. I'm getting in early with my reminders because it's my 40th birthday and I would really like everyone to help me celebrate at Mental this year.....

My playlist for Saturday night in approximate order:

Bobby Taylor - Don't Be Afraid (Gordy LP)

Winstons - Colour Him Father (Metromedia 7)

Strutt - Said You Didn't Love Him (Brunswick LP)

Daybreak - I Need Love (PAP 7)

James Hazelhurst - I Won't Die (Swar 7)

Popcorn Wylie - How Did I Lose You (ABC LP)

Gloria Gaynor - Tell Me How (MGM LP)

Billy Scott & The Prophets - So Glad You Happened To me (3-P) MONUMENTAL TIP FOR THE TOP!!!

Martha Reeves & The Vandellas - No One There (Gordy 7)

Jimmy Beaumont - Our day Is Here (Drive 7)

Mark IV - Signs Of A Dying Love (OTB 7)

Joshie Jo Armstead - Give a Little Loving (Gospel Truth 7)

Margie Joseph - Come On Back To Me Lover (Atlantic 7)

Bobby Womack - Daylight (United Artists 7)

The Originals - Don't Stop Now (Soul LP)

Dynells - Call On Me (Atco 7)

The Differences - five Minutes (Mon'ca 7)

Bobby Hutton - Lend A Hand (ABC LP)

Stan Martin - Big Mouth Woman (RAM LP)

Smoke - I'm So Glad You Came Along (J Bridge LP)

Bobby Wilburn - I'm A Dreamer (Gamble 7)

Garland Green - Girl I Love You (Uni LP)

TSU Toronados - Please Heart Don't Break (Rampart Street 7)

The Topics - Booking Up Baby (Mercury 7)

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What a night, Great crowd,top drawer music,great atmosphere. The Monument is the closest thing to the legendary Norfolk Village nights!. Thanks to Niki,Gareth,Neil,Mark and Mole etc for the usual Southern Hospitality. +Big shout for Ivor who is always concerned about my bagel dietary requirements.

Great to see Binsy,Bob and Sue. Ady Cr, and much TO RARE outing from lorraine/laura Dearlove.

Top tune for me was the Ann Peebles classic, haven't heard that out for 20 years, Sean is the master of soulful suprises.

Bully (britvic. as he is going to be more commonly known) kept us well entertained over the whole weekend.

Nice to meet Penguin who had me in stitches over where is nickname originated from.

see you at the next one

Tats

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Mucho thanks to Sean Hampsey for coming along and doing his damn good thang......great to have Niki back in the chair.....not that Nelly didn't do a fine job filling in. And a happy birthday to Mole was had......

Here's what I played early doors....all out the little box...

Cheers Girf

Ebb Tide Give Me Your Best Shot Baby Polydor 45

Joneses Sugar Pie Guy Mercury 45

Bar-Kays Love's What It's All About Mercury 45

Fir-Ya Keep On Tryin' Star-Glow 45

Love Committee Am I Wasting Time Ariola 45

Lenny Williams Since I Met You Motown 45

Rockie Robbins Time To Think A&M 45

Kashif Help Yourself To My Love Arista 45

Persuasions One Thing On My Mind A&M 45

Jimmy James & The Vagabonds Want You So Much Pye 45

Margo Thunder The Soul Of A Woman Haven 45

Bobby Rush I'm Still Waiting London 45

H. Andrews I'm So Tired Of Being Lonely Balance 45

Kool Blues Can We Try Love Again Capsoul 45

Richard Williams Wouldn't You Really Rather Have Me? Quad 45

JP Robinson Keep Me Satisfied Blue Candle 45

BJB I Gotta Make You Believe In Me Tee-Ti 45

Buck Trust Me This Night Playboy 45

Willie Tee Teasing You Again Gatur 45

Sampson & Delilah You Bring The Tears Polydor 45

Raw Soul Express The Way We Live Cat 45

Kellee Paterson I'm Gonna Love You Just A Little More Baby Mint 45

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