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A big thanks to everyone who made the first night back at the Dome a success!

I'll start the ball rolling with my playlist, probably not in the right order but here goes:

28/01/05 12.40am - 01.40am

* Jesse Johnson - Left Out - Old Town

* Calvin Grayson - You've Got To Be Willing - IN

* Marva Josie - You Lied - Time Records

* Tammi Lynn - Run Away - French Atco EP

* Cody Black - Slowly Molding - King

* Senator Jones - Do You Love Me - Shagg (ooh err)

* Jeanette Williams - I Can't Wait - Terry

* The Sinceres - Girl, I Love You - Pzazz

* The New Wanderers - Let Me Render My Service - Ready

* Brenda Holloway - Stay In School - Promotional record, President's committee on youth opportunity

* Eddie Wilson - Toast to The Lady - Tollie

* Douglas Banks - Ain't That Just Like A Woman - Guyden

* Gene Chandler - From Day To Day - Constellation

* Mitty Collier - I've Got Love - Chess

* Frances Burnett - How I Miss You So - Coral

* Marv Johnson - Come On And Stop - United Artists

* Junior Lewis - Tears On My Face - Columbia

* B B King - Heartbreaker - Bluesway

* Buddy Lamp - My Tears - Double L

* Justin Jones - Dance By Yourself - Flippin

* The Del-Vikings - Confession Of Love - ABC Paramount

* Unknown Female - Never Gonna Be The Same (Same backing as Al Kent, The Way You Been Acting Lately) - Acetate

* Ted Wilson - I Can't Take No More - Sierra

* Sonny Fishback - Heartbreaking Man (Fast Version) - Out-A-Site

* Misty Moore - Little Things - Pzazz

* Doll Face - Please Return - Enterprise

See you next time! whistling.gif

Jodie xx

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PLAY LIST - SOUL AT THE DOME - 28/01/05

GRAHAM & ANDY (8:30 - 10:00PM)

1. JIVE FYVE - IF I HAD A CHANCE TO LOVE YOU - DECCA

2. SONNY TIL - TEARS AND MISERY - RCA

3. JUNE CONQUEST - WHATS THIS I SEE - CURTOM

4. RHONDA DAVIS - CAN YOU REMEMBER - DUKE

5. VIRGIL HENRY - YOU AIN'T SAYING NOTHING NEW - TAMLA

6. DARRELL BANKS - I'M THE ONE WHO LOVES YOU - VOLT

7. RUBY JOHNSON - KEEP ON KEEPING ON - VOLT

8. FRANK BUTLER - HOW I FEEL ABOUT YOU - SPACE-AGE

9. EARL CROSBY - OHH HONEY BABY - MIRA

10. ROBERT NEAL - I'M SO GLAD - PORT

11. THE CLOVERS - TRY MY LOVIN ON YOU - JOSIE

12. THE SOULFUL TWINS - I CANT LET YOU GO - SABLE

13. ELECTRIFYING CASHMERES - WHAT DOES IT TAKE - SS7

14. JO ANN GARRETT - A WHOLE NEW PLAN - CHESS

15. CHRIS CALLOWAY - YOUE SOMETHING ELSE - CUB

16. THE CAVALIERS - HOLD TO MY BABY - RCA

17. JACK MONTGOMERY - BABY BABY TAKE A CHANCE ON ME - REVUE

18. AL TNT BRAGGS - HOME IN THAT ROCK - PEACOCK

19. MARIE KNIGHT - YOU LIE SO WELL - MUSICOR

20. RONNIE FORTE - THAT WAS WHISKEY TALKING - TRAX

21. ROYAL ESQUIRES - AINT GONNA RUN - PRIX

22. DETRIOT SOUL - ALL OF MY LIFE - MUSIC TOWN

23. MONTCLAIRS - I NEED YOU MORE THAN EVER - CONTEMPO

24. SAM FLETHER - ID THINK IT OVER - TOLLIE

25. FRED HUGHES - WALK ON BACK TO YOU - EXODUS

26. EJ CHANDLER - I CANT STAND TO LOSE YOU - SOS

27. MARJORIE BLACK - ONE MORE HURT - SUE

28. THE DIPLOMATS - HONEST TO GOODNESS - MINIT

29. THE INCREDIBLES - MISS TREATMENT - AUDIO ARTS

30. VELVET SATINS - NOTHING CAN COMPARE TO YOU - GENERAL AMERICAN

31. LARRY LASTER - GO FOR YOURSELF - LOMA

32. LARRY ATKINS - AINT THAT LOVE ENOUGH - HIGHLAND

33. SHEP - FOOL TO FOOL - TNT

34. BILLY HAMBRIC - I FOUND TRUE LOVE - DRUM

35. EDWIN STARR - YOU'RE MY MELLOW - RIC TIC

36. CARL DOUGLAS - SERVING A SENTENCE OF LIFE - UNITED ARTISTS

37. PATTI & THE EMBLEMS - IM GONNA LOVE YOU A LONG LONG TIME - KAPP

38. JACK MONTGOMERY - DEARLY BELOVED - SCEPTER

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PLAY LIST - SOUL AT THE DOME - 28/01/05

TONY PARKER (10:00 - 10:40 PM)

1. DISTRICTS - ONE LOVER - NILE

2. SYL JOHNSON - DO YOU KNOW WHAT LOVE IS - SPECIAL AGENT

3. FASCINATORS - IN OTHER WORDS - BOMBAY

4. THE HYTONES - BIGGER AND BETTER - ABET

5. FOUR SIGHTS - LOVE IS A HURTING GAME - SHY SOUL

6. RITA & TIARRAS - GONE WITH THE WIND - DORE

7. PATTI AUSTIN - IVE GIVEN ALL MY LOVE TO YOU - CORAL

8. PAT & BLENDERS - JUST BECAUSE - FAST EDDIE

9. DYNAMIC THREE - YOU SAID YEAH - DEL - VAL

10. EMPIRES - YOUR ON TOP GIRL - CANDI

11. PASSIONS - IF YOU SEE MY BABY - EL VIRITE & SATELITE

12. TRANNELS - BLESSED WITH A LOVE - FLO JO

13. CAPITOLS - I CANT DENY THAT I LOVE YOU - OMEN

14. TY KARIM - YOU REALLY MADE IT GOOD TO ME - ROMARK

15. JACKIE BEAVERS - I NEED MY BABY - REVILOT

16. GERRI HALL - WHO CAN I RUN TO - HOT LINE

17. MASQUADERS - THATS THE SAME THING - SOULTOWN

18. SONNY JONES - STOLEN MOMENTS - SCRAM

19. OUT OF SIGHTS - FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE - SARU

20. MODERN SOUL TRIO - YOUR NO GOOD - YOUNGSTOWN

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PLAY LIST - SOUL AT THE DOME - 28/01/05

POTTSY (11:40 - 12:40)

NOT IN ORDER OF PLAY:

1. THE INMATES - THIS IS THE DAY - KOPIT

2. THE NATURALS - DON'T JUST STAND THERE - PATH

3. CHUCK FLAMINGO - WHATS MY CHANCES - ROJAC

4. CAJUN HART - GOT TO FIND A WAY - WARNER BROS

5. VERNON GREENE - LOOK AT ME, LOOK AT ME - MINIT

6. ROY ROBERTS - I KNOW WHAT TO DO TO SATISFY YOU - TINA

7. JOHN & THE WIERDEST - CAN'T GET OVER THESE MEMORIES - TIR

8. THE ADMIRATIONS - I WANT TO BE FREE - PEACHES

9. MAGNETICS - HEART YOU'RE MADE OF STONE - BONNIE

10. KARMELLO BROOKS - TELL ME, BABY - MILESTONE

11. THE HAMILTON MOVEMENT - SHE'S GONE - LOOK-OUT

12. THE PROFILES - I STILL LOVE YOU - BAMBOO

13. THE MASQUERADERS - HOW - LA BEAT

14. LITTLE TOMMY - BABY CANT YOU SEE - SOUND OF SOUL

15. REE FLORES - LOOK INTO MY HEART - M&H

16. DANNY MONDAY - BABY, WITHOUT YOU - MODERN

17. THE EPTONES - A LOVE THAT'S REAL - JOX

18. FRED & THE TURBINS - BERNADINE - CENCO

19. LORRAINE RUDOLPH - KEEP COMING BACK FOR MORE - JET STREAM

20. TJ WILLIAMS - BABY, I NEED YOU - JOSIE

21. THE DEVOTIONS - DO DO DE DOP - NATION RECORDS

22. TRUE IMAGE - IM NOT OVER YOU - SUPER SMASH

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PLAY LIST - SOUL AT THE DOME - 28/01/05

TOMMY (2:40 TILL END - AKA 1/2 AN HOUR)

NOT IN ORDER OF PLAY:

1. THEE MIDNITERS - YOU'RE GONNA MAKE ME CRY - WHITTIER

2. THE MAJESTICS - I LOVE HER SO MUCH IT HURTS - LINDA

3. HOUSTON OUTLAWS - AIN'T NO TELLING - WESTBOUND

4. THE FALCONS - LOVE LOOK IN HER EYES - BIG WHEEL

5. LENIS GUESS - JUST ASK ME - S.P.Q.R

6. JOHNNY HOWARD - THE CHASE IS ON - BASHIE

7. THE MILLIONAIRES - NEVER FOR ME - PHILIPS

8. RAY POLLARD - THIS TIME - SHRINE

9. THE CONSTELLATIONS - I DIDN'T KNOW HOW TO - GEMINI STAR

10. WOODEN NICKELS - NOBODY BUT YOU - OMEN

11. THE ISONICS - SUGAR - KAMMY

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Some great tunes. Any chance of the others playlists as well? Alex Jones, Rob Messer?

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Hello Christian,

Rob's in France until next Saturday, he'll post his playlist when he gets back. I think we'll have a list from Alex very soon.

Can i take this opportunity to thank everybody that came along to our first night. I never dreamt we would have such a good turnout, thanks for your support!!

I'll be posting some photo's of the night in a day or so.

Regards

Ady.

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ady

with regards to the good turn out bit.

depending how you veiw things the dome was either half empty or half full.

having been a regular up their when it was a premier nite out and the place was rammed its a bit of a dissapointment to return when its quiet.

musically it was good though we did feel that a few of the tunes skipped being soul,missed r&b and were doowop music.

not sure why dj,s feel they need to play this at soul do,s.

personally i thought it was gonna be pretty shit all nite.

it seamed to lack any atmosphere in the first couple of hours.

maybe the tunes played were wrong for the nite,or for the crowd that turned up.

i enjoyed most of jodies set but it didnt set the dancefloor alight along with the sets prior to hers.

think the dj who followed her had the right idea as he managed to fill the floor nicely.

maybe the bubble has burst on the soul scene in london and thats why it wasnt full.

who knows.

is having it bi monthly a good idea considering the turn out.

on a footnote can you have a word with the dome about watering down their lager,it was awful sleep3.gif and lose the spot lights

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Ha ha, Rob's gone skiing, and judging by the way he dances he'll be lucky to get back without some brocken bones, so his playlist may take some time to type out! tee hee. :huh:

(sorry Rob, I'm just jealous that you're skiing and I'm stuck in an office!) :(

With regards the night, I thought musically it was very good for the first half (maybe 2/3) and I was enjoying it (in terms of music) much more than I had enjoyed the first half of any Dome nights for well over a year. Then the music went a little 'wayward', and with a night which is only half full that can be catastrophic. The DJs after that low point had a job on their hands, but they recovered well.

I heard from Ian that Jo Jo's was a little quiet as well, so maybe the fact that it is the end of the month, just after xmas and the new year ment a few people were broke and couldn't afford to come out? I'm sure it will be busier next time! :(

Hello Christian,

Rob's in France until next Saturday, he'll post his playlist when he gets back. I think we'll have a list from Alex very soon.

Can i take this opportunity to thank everybody that came along to our first night. I never dreamt we would have such a good turnout, thanks for your support!!

I'll be posting some photo's of the night in a day or so.

Regards

Ady.

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wot a brilliant night!!!

it was a good turnout early in the evening - but then didn't continue to fill up as it did on the CSC nights - so it wasn't anywhere near rammo. however, it was a really nice crowd in and there was a good lively atmosphere for most of the night. personally, i think that the fact that a lot of regular dome attendees went to manc-land on saturday early in the day for the dayer (prior to NCSC niter) threw a bit of a spanner in the works. fairplay to nick hackett though - still got the energy to do both - i'm too old now, or perhaps he just had an easier paper round than me

musically, i thought it was fabulous. i especially enjoyed ady's spot - absolutely superb

my main thing is is 70s/modern.......but i do love 6ts soul too. my problem with going to northern dos is that i find it frustrating that often the 6ts played is either mainly established oldies (yawn) or super rarities of dubious quality (zzzzzzzzz). i thought that the balance was about right on the first night and i heard a lot of great tunes i wasn't familiar with.

i hope that once word gets around how good the first night was there will be a better attendence and this event will become even more successful

since returning to the scene in the last two or three years i have been to some real stinkers (did anyone else go to that wigan anniversary niter at stoke - oh my god!) but i have also started to work out the events which i have enjoyed most for atmosphere and top quality tunes, such as: marrs bar, lifeline and seriously soulful. i would put ady's first night at the dome up there alongside my favourites :huh:

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with regards to the good turn out bit.

depending how you veiw things the dome was either half empty or half full.

having been a regular up their when it was a premier nite out and the place was rammed its a bit of a dissapointment to return when its quiet.

musically it was good though we did feel that a few of the tunes skipped being soul,missed r&b and were doowop music.

not sure why dj,s feel they need to play this at soul do,s.

personally i thought it was gonna be pretty shit all nite.

it seamed to lack any atmosphere in the first couple of hours.

maybe the tunes played were wrong for the nite,or for the crowd that turned up.

i enjoyed most of jodies set but it didnt set the dancefloor alight along with the sets prior to hers.

think the dj who followed her had the right idea as he managed to fill the floor nicely.

maybe the bubble has burst on the soul scene in london and thats why it wasnt full.

who knows.

is having it bi monthly a good idea considering the turn out.

on a footnote can you have a word with the dome about watering down their lager,it was awful :huh:   and lose the spot lights

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Wayne,

With regards to your remarks , & I quote, "having been a regular up their when it was a premier nite out and the place was rammed".

Now wayne, apart from the odd night that I missed due to my trips to the U.S., I would not miss a night at 'The Capital Soul Club'. I liked what the club stood for, progression & innovation, with a nice mix of oldies. So in no way will I pass a bad word about it.

Like yourself, I was at the nights when it was full. But I was also there when the numbers were low, were you not still going then wayne? You seem to only want to remember the "rammed" nights. You have to remember The Dome is a big building, so half full/half empty is still a lot of people!

You seem to be 'down' on the whole night wayne, come up with some useful suggestions, rather than picking fault, suggest what YOU want. Do you want an out & out oldies night? Do you think London is a lost cause? Do you think I should jack it in? Do you think I should lose some weight? You tell me wayne.

Ady.

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wot a brilliant night!!!

it was a good turnout early in the evening - but then didn't continue to fill up as it did on the CSC nights - so it wasn't anywhere near rammo.  however, it was a really nice crowd in and there was a good lively atmosphere for most of the night.  personally, i think that the fact that a lot of regular dome attendees went to manc-land on saturday early in the day for the dayer (prior to NCSC niter) threw a bit of a spanner in the works.  fairplay to nick hackett though - still got the energy to do both - i'm too old now, or perhaps he just had an easier paper round than me

musically, i thought it was fabulous.  i especially enjoyed ady's spot - absolutely superb

my main thing is is 70s/modern.......but i do love 6ts soul too.  my problem with going to northern dos is that i find it frustrating that often the 6ts played is either mainly established oldies (yawn) or super rarities of dubious quality (zzzzzzzzz).  i thought that the balance was about right on the first night and i heard a lot of great tunes i wasn't familiar with.

i hope that once word gets around how good the first night was there will be a better attendence and this event will become even more successful

since returning to the scene in the last two or three years i have been to some real stinkers (did anyone else go to that wigan anniversary niter at stoke - oh my god!) but i have also started to work out the events which i have enjoyed most for atmosphere and top quality tunes, such as: marrs bar, lifeline and seriously soulful.  i would put ady's first night at the dome up there alongside my favourites :huh:

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Hello Mark,

Thank's for the kind words.

Regards,

Ady.

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maybe you wanna swallow a chill out pill next time you reply.

re read my post as i had a good nite though i found it started pretty slow to start with.

do you only want to see reply,s where youre mates suck up to you.

the bit about bi monthly was a genuine question.

yep i was a regular from the first nite .

even went to some of the less turned out nites but stopped because of these and other reasons..went again last year and the turnout was still low.

sorry but after going somewhere that was one of the best clubs around

to somewhere half empty with no atmosphere it kinda puts you off.

i just wonder if the fact that youre do is in the dome is off putting to punters for that reason.

so do you think london can host a bi monthly nite.the dome couldnt sudstain being every 3 months so i cant see it being different now.

maybe as stated the fact that half of london went north the following day played a part though i find it hard to beleive that youde have to avoid do,s that are 200 odd miles away on a different nite .

the piece about playing doowop is a valid one.the same about the music.funny i dont remember saying the music was crap just if it was suitable for the crowd that was there.

after all unless my eyes were seeing things the dancefloor never really got busy till after jodies set.

isnt that the idea of a good dj though to work the crowd to get them dancing.

just a thought though maybe the punters didnt go because of youre attitude.

as for youre weight.

as we dont know each other i really wouldnt like to comment on youre personal upkeep.

wayne

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"since returning to the scene in the last two or three years i have been to some real stinkers (did anyone else go to that wigan anniversary niter at stoke - oh my god!"

.....yeah i did it was dreadful.

Bad sound system, dreadful live acts, the wigan joker, played out oldies, some anonymous saxophonist playing elevator music, modern room closed etc etc.

Really depressing.

..........all recorded on dvd if anyones interested.

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Hello Mark,

Thank's for the kind words.

Regards,

Ady.

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hello all

i just wanted to add my piece.

i thought it was a brilliant night (of course i am biased) i know for a fact that graham and i having just played a our first set in london thought the music over the whole evening was blinding. well done to everyone who played that night and defintiely well done to ady. i know how long this has taken and how much work and effort was put into making this night the success it was (not to mention the miles travelled by both ady and tommy)

anyway, more power to the dome and bring on the march do!

best regards to everyone

andy kempster

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Ady the lowest attendance at the Capitol Soul Club was 160

maybe you where counting the punters in the record room.

I finished the Capitol soul Club because Six years is long enough

to be running a club and it would be great to go out on the sixth anniversary which off course it was.

Regards

Al H

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Some great tunes. Any chance of the others playlists as well? Alex Jones, Rob Messer?

Rob's just sent me his playlist. Not in order of play.

Hyperions - Why do you try to treat me like you do - CHATTAHOOCHIE

Ivorys - Please stay - DESPENZA

Rita & Tiaras - Gone with the wind is my love - DORE

Unique Blend - Yes Im in love - EASTBOUND

Liggins, Curtis Indications - What it is... - KAYCEE SOUL

Districts - One lover (just wont do) - NILE

Lee,Otis - Hard roe to hoe - QUAINT

Bush, Bill - Im waiting - RONN

Lewis,Pat - No one to love - SOLID HIT

Carlton,Little Carl - Competition aint nothin - ACTION

Lawson,Shirley - One more chance - SOUL CITY

Brown sugar - The game is over - CAPITOL

Hall,Nat - Why(what I want to know) - LOOP

Idols - Just a little bit more - REVEILLE

Rosebuds - Say youll be mine - TOWER

Leo Price Band - Hey now baby - UP DOWN

Temptations - Why you wanna make me blue - GORDY

Kim Weston - Don't let me down - ACETATE

Lee Williams - A girl from a country town - PRADA

I'll give Alex a call & try to get his.

Ady. :lol:

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Ady, I wish your night success.

I organised the trip up north the following day which may well have taken away from your crowd that night and I'm sure a lot of them will be there in future. But to be honest mate, if your (later edited) post was having a dig at previous Dome organisers you're on the wrong track mate.

capitOl Soul Club was, and is, a cherished and massively respected part of the London Mod and Soulies calendar and if we could be there we were. It genuinely meant a hell of a lot to a lot of us.

Whether or not there there are enough nights in London to keep us all going, or enough nights for us to keep going is largely irrelevant but for pity's sake - no more divides.

Come on the Mods!

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Ady, I wish your night success.

I organised the trip up north the following day which may well have taken away from your crowd that night and I'm sure a lot of them will be there in future. But to be honest mate, if your (later edited) post was having a dig at previous Dome organisers you're on the wrong track mate.

capitOl Soul Club was, and is, a cherished and massively respected part of the London Mod and Soulies calendar and if we could be there we were. It genuinely meant a hell of a lot to a lot of us.

Whether or not there there are enough nights in London to keep us all going, or enough nights for us to keep going is largely irrelevant but for pity's sake - no more divides.

Come on the Mods!

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soulies do the mods any time any place any druggs,backdoor-ken PS Fuckin` crackin` night at the moustrap,only couldnt take every body home,did try?

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