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Had to renew this thread because I am sure this is the instrumental I have been trying to get the details of.

Just thought ofanother possibility as you metioned Poke, he had an acetate played as James Bynum think it was called "Love music"....

Any ideas of the true identity, and does it still get played.

Ed :lol:

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Had to renew this thread because I am sure this is the instrumental I have been trying to get the details of.

Just thought ofanother possibility as you metioned Poke, he had an acetate played as James Bynum think it was called "Love music"....

Any ideas of the true identity, and does it still get played.

Ed :lol:

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That's a funk record. Russell Smith had it around 1996-98, I tried like a devil to get it out of him with no luck, he played it for a bit on the funk scene, which was very vibrant at the time. But then Russ' sold it Keb I think(wish I'd got in on that deal :angry: ). And knowing Keb he probably ended up selling it Jappy Land.

That's it's true ID, I can't remember what label was on the acetate. I'll give Russ a ring and ask him....

:shades:

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Had to renew this thread because I am sure this is the instrumental I have been trying to get the details of.

Just thought ofanother possibility as you metioned Poke, he had an acetate played as James Bynum think it was called "Love music"....

Any ideas of the true identity, and does it still get played.

Ed :lol:

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Deffo played by Poke at Clifton Hall/Cleethorpes

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Deffo played by Poke at Clifton Hall/Cleethorpes

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I hear there are alot of great funky records played at Ceethorpes? I've got a record I'm covering up as the Black Bird "Spring Time Of Yesterday's Morning" that sounds very similar to alot of cleethorpe type sounds. You'll probably call it funk these days, but if it had been played back then it'd be on a classic northern soul dance floor fillers volume 3 compilation now.

Does anybody have suggestions for rare cleethope/mecca type sounds like the James Bynum/ Crow/ Willie J etc?

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Does anybody have suggestions for rare cleethope/mecca type sounds like the James Bynum/ Crow/ Willie J etc?

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Yeah,

Stick em in the bin.

Only joking before anyone throws an eppy!

WOOF!

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DC LA RUE CATHEDRALS

LIFE CATSEYES

7 SEAS FIGHT THE POWER

ROSE ROYCE CARWASH (I kid you not)

That Pusherman one

8th WONDER THE WHOLETHING

ROSCO & FREINDS BROADWAY SISSY

BLACK NASTY CUT YOURE MOTOR OFF

SILVETTI SPRING RAIN

FABULA Carnt remember by who

HOSSANA HIPIT

THAT IT MINDS GONE BLANK NOW

:shades::shades::)

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Juggy Murry Inside America

Babe Ruth Elusive

Jobel Orch Never gonna let you go

Boggie man orch Lady Lady Lady

Ojays Love music

Tramps Hold back the night

Vicky sue robinson Turn the beat around

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Had to renew this thread because I am sure this is the instrumental I have been trying to get the details of.

Just thought ofanother possibility as you metioned Poke, he had an acetate played as James Bynum think it was called "Love music"....

Any ideas of the true identity, and does it still get played.

Ed :shades:

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If it's this, I seem to remember it being a one-sided S.O.S studio acetate. Although it's around 20 years since I saw it, I'm sure it was a plain orange label with James Bynum written on it, so it could be him, or anybody for that matter.

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I hear there are alot of great funky records played at Ceethorpes? I've got a record I'm covering up as the Black Bird "Spring Time Of Yesterday's Morning" that sounds very similar to alot of cleethorpe type sounds. You'll probably call it funk these days, but if it had been played back then it'd be on a classic northern soul dance floor fillers volume 3 compilation now.

Does anybody have suggestions for rare cleethope/mecca type sounds like the James Bynum/ Crow/ Willie J etc?

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:shades: Would make a nice line in coasters/placemats-or maybe thrown at Zombies a la Shaun of the Dead

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If it's this, I seem to remember it being a one-sided S.O.S studio acetate. Although it's around 20 years since I saw it, I'm sure it was a plain orange label with James Bynum written on it, so it could be him, or anybody for that matter.

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That's the one! Fookin great record! :shades:

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DC LA RUE CATHEDRALS

LIFE CATSEYES

7 SEAS FIGHT THE POWER

ROSE ROYCE CARWASH (I kid you not)

That Pusherman one

8th WONDER THE WHOLETHING

ROSCO & FREINDS BROADWAY SISSY

BLACK NASTY CUT YOURE MOTOR OFF

SILVETTI SPRING RAIN

FABULA Carnt remember by who

HOSSANA HIPIT

THAT IT MINDS GONE BLANK NOW

:shades:   :lol:   :)

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Cheers Miff, I know some of em, don't know others, I'll check 'em out... :shades:

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Shit

I'm on a computer with no speakers. Now I will have to wait for another 6 hours to see if its it.

Well after about 25 years, I suppose I can manage a couple of hours longer.

Ed

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Thats it James Bynum. Hippo rules OK.

FROM MY DING DING DING, it amazing!!

Get this tune back on the decks.

Ed

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Can't argue with that either :rolleyes:

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Falbala - Magic Band?

Shite!

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Disagree there mate,

Might not fit in with todays idea of what things were like way back then(selective memory?) ,but in its time a big sound.As was The Gig,Mal,The Flasher,Metal Heart,Biyo,Sunshine Love & many other fast,semi-funky instrumental sounds of the time.......Don't remember to many complaints at the time until the 'powers that be 'decided to fall out.

Still got Falbala in my box & I'm not selling!!

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Falbala - Magic Band?

Shite!

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This was a top tune in its day along with lots of other stuff that today would not get a look in . It was only a few years old when played. Cleethorpes allways had a forward looking music policy New and old played together and was better fot it.

Its one thing to say you dont like a tune but to turn round and say its Shite is the wrong attitude to take, They are 1000s of tunes I dont like but that dont mean they are shte it just means I dont like them

Open up youre mind , Chill out a bit, if you dont like the record get off the dance floor, Enjoy other people enjoying a sound you dont like

Thats what Soul is all about and seperates the Soul scene from all the other music scenes that are around :rolleyes:

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