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whilst flipping about on another thread, I got thinking about down-beat and deep stuff. has anybody got any deep faves that lurk on the other side of classic northern tracks.

here's three from me that have been going well in a darkened room and a bottle of red....

Johnny Dynamite Everybody's Clown (The night the angels cried) Minaret

Sonny Craver Come Back (I'm no fool) Musette

Ken Williams Baby if you were gone (Come Back) Okeh

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took me bloody years to find that they were there as well whistling.gif

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Some great deep soul on 45s usually listed for the 'other' side...

George Jackson "Things Are Getting Better" (Chess)

Curtis Johnson "I've Got To Get Away From You" (Whurley Burley)

Carl Hall "Who's Gonna Love Me (When You're Gone)" (Columbia)

Nelson Sanders "I'm Lonely" (Rambler)

Arthur Freeman "I Want To Come Home" (Jumbo)

Kenny Hamber "These Arms Of Mine" (Arctic)

Junior McCants "Help My Love" (King)

Spencer Wiggins "I Can't be Satisfied" (MGM Sounds of Memphis)

James Phelps "You Were Made For Love" (Apache)

Johnny Dynamite "Everybody's Clown" (Minaret)

Claude Baby Huey "Why Did Our Love Go" (Galaxy)

The New Yorkers "You Should Have Told Me" (Radio City/Tac-Ful)

Jesse James "I Never Meant To Love Her" (20th Century)

The Sinceres "Don't Waste My Time" (Pzazz)

Marva Whitney "This Is My Quest" (T-Neck)

Chuck Henley "Standing In The Need Of Love" (Coach)

Sam Williams "Let's Talk It Over" (Tower)

In reality, there are probably thousands more. Shame that northern demand means many of the above are often expensive, but you can't really say to dealers "Can I have it for half price, I only want the slow side..."

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whilst flipping about on another thread, I got thinking about down-beat and deep stuff. has anybody got any deep faves that lurk on the other side of classic northern tracks.

I originally bought Rhonda Davis for the deep flip "Long walk on a short pier" quite a nice surprise when I played the other side.....

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Another I must give special mention to is the other side of Elvin Spencer's "Lift This Hurt" on Winner: "Don't Make This Dream Come True," a truly essential deep side that's often overlooked as most people seemingly prefer the Twinight version of of "Lift..."

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whilst flipping about on another thread, I got thinking about down-beat and deep stuff. has anybody got any deep faves that lurk on the other side of classic northern tracks.

here's three from me that have been going well in a darkened room and a bottle of red....

Johnny Dynamite Everybody's Clown (The night the angels cried) Minaret

Sonny Craver  Come Back (I'm no fool) Musette

Ken Williams Baby if you were gone (Come Back) Okeh

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took me bloody years to find that they were there as well :shades:

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The flip of Art Wheeler " That's how much " on Cee- Jam is great " Walk on " is the title . Also love the flip side to Richard Caiton's " I see love girl " on Caiburt , title is " I wonder will you always love me " . Flip side to Sandra Phillips " I wish I had known is brilliant ," Hoping you'll come back " on Okeh . I'll check my collection for more ........ Best ,Eddie .

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Ooh must be loads, only one can think of at work is Carol Anderson - Ill Get Off At The Next Stop, just lovely.

Nice to you see you tipping deep soul things Eddie, still have a copule of tapes you did in the 80's that helped me discover deep soul properly,

Cheers

Jock

PS See you at Prestatyn ?

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Ooh must be loads, only one can think of at work is Carol Anderson - Ill Get Off At The Next Stop, just lovely.

Nice to you see you tipping deep soul things Eddie, still have a copule of tapes you did in the 80's that helped me discover deep soul properly,

Cheers

Jock

PS See you at Prestatyn ?

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Hello Jock , you did me some good tapes as well mate , it's strange , but I was just going to mention that Carol Anderson record - totally brilliant !! Can't make Prestatyn sadly , were you are Stafford the night Eddie Parker and Lorraine Chandler were on ? See you around mate ,Best ,Eddie .

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whilst flipping about on another thread, I got thinking about down-beat and deep stuff. has anybody got any deep faves that lurk on the other side of classic northern tracks.

here's three from me that have been going well in a darkened room and a bottle of red....

Johnny Dynamite Everybody's Clown (The night the angels cried) Minaret

Sonny Craver  Come Back (I'm no fool) Musette

Ken Williams Baby if you were gone (Come Back) Okeh

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took me bloody years to find that they were there as well :thumbsup:

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DEE DEE SHARP--I REALLY LOVE YOU--CAMEO

GARNETT MIMMS--I'LL TAKE GOOD CARE OF YOU--UNITED ARTISTS

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