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In the last series, in one episode it was northern instrumentals. They played Sliced Tomatoes, Bok To Bach and the Spy.

Last night they also played Barbara Lewis "Hello Stranger" Linda Jones(I think) "Hypnotised" and I was racking my brains at the instrumental they played, which I hadn't heard for years and I'm sure it was "Trampoline" Spencer Daivis Group.

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They always knock out a CD from this show.

Should be a stunner based on the first episode.

Was there any Soul Nights in Whitby/Goathland in the 60s? They showed some mods and scooters last series so who knows what will come up next.

Ed

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Well Steve I see the photo of the 'No Boots' sign turned out well. :thumbsup: Shame not all of the DJ's had that policy :thumbsup:

I caught the Linda Jones on heartbeat but just thought that would be it then the Teen Turbans really threw me class track hand't heard in ages.

BTW How did the other pic's turn out?

P.S. if you read this tonight (mon) I've got another nine boxes of stuff from the U.S. :thumbsup: and need some help looking through 'em. whistling.gif Just give me a ring.

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In the last series, in one episode it was northern instrumentals.  They played Sliced Tomatoes, Bok To Bach and the Spy.

Last night they also played Barbara Lewis "Hello Stranger" Linda Jones(I think) "Hypnotised" and I was racking my brains at the instrumental they played, which I hadn't heard for years and I'm sure it was "Trampoline" Spencer Daivis Group.

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Hi Paul

Love the Barbara Lewis track but that was a different version on tv..Joe Orton did say but brains gone to mush,wonder why whistling.gif

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They always knock out a CD from this show.

Should be a stunner based on the first episode.

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whistling.gif I bought quite a few of the Heartbeat CDs in my teens - partly responsible for getting me into the more mainstream 60s and Motown tunes before I headed down the northern route... the one track that stuck in my mind from them though was Jim Croce - Time In A Bottle, makes me a bit soppy that one :thumbsup:

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whistling.gif I bought quite a few of the Heartbeat CDs in my teens - partly responsible for getting me into the more mainstream 60s and Motown tunes before I headed down the northern route... the one track that stuck in my mind from them though was Jim Croce - Time In A Bottle, makes me a bit soppy that one  :thumbsup:

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I heard it was the dvd boxset and not the cds...In the words of Paul Calf... Fu"king Nick Berry..Did he make you're heart beat :thumbsup: ...

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Well Steve I see the photo of the 'No Boots' sign turned out well.  :thumbsup: Shame not all of the DJ's had that policy whistling.gif  

I caught the Linda Jones on heartbeat but just thought that would be it then the Teen Turbans really threw me class track hand't heard in ages.

BTW How did the other pic's turn out?

P.S. if you read this tonight (mon) I've got another nine boxes of stuff from the U.S.  :thumbsup: and need some help looking through 'em.  :thumbsup: Just give me a ring.

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Nice one

I'll be round at 7 with an empty 300 box and a baseball bat :thumbsup:

Steve Mc

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Hi Paul

Love the Barbara Lewis track but that was a different version on tv..Joe Orton did say but brains gone to mush,wonder why whistling.gif

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It was the Capitols one of the best b sides there is :thumbsup:

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whistling.gif I bought quite a few of the Heartbeat CDs in my teens - partly responsible for getting me into the more mainstream 60s and Motown tunes before I headed down the northern route... the one track that stuck in my mind from them though was Jim Croce - Time In A Bottle, makes me a bit soppy that one  :thumbsup:

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I thought Heartbeat was set in the 60's. Jim Croce didn't release 'Time In A Bottle'

until 1972.

The continuity man must be the same guy who works on Eastenders. :thumbsup:

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I thought Heartbeat was set in the 60's. Jim Croce didn't release 'Time In A Bottle'

until 1972.

The continuity man must be the same guy who works on Eastenders.  whistling.gif

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You could be right, didn't know that but the styles of clothes are often a bit 'era-confused' as well... still a lovely song though so I forgive them :thumbsup:

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You could be right, didn't know that but the styles of clothes are often a bit 'era-confused' as well... still a lovely song though so I forgive them  whistling.gif

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Prefer Bad Bad Leroy Brown it has a more comic element to it , more jaunty I 'd say

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You could be right, didn't know that but the styles of clothes are often a bit 'era-confused' as well... still a lovely song though so I forgive them  whistling.gif

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Can't be long before the cast are wearing star jumpers and high waist bags then ! :thumbsup:

(Mind you, as its supposed to be North Yorks (?) that would update it to the present. :thumbsup:

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Can't be long before the cast are wearing star jumpers and high waist bags then ! whistling.gif

(Mind you, as its supposed to be North Yorks (?) that would update it to the present.  :thumbsup:

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Let the Yuckshire infighting commece :thumbsup:

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It was the Capitols one of the best b sides there is  whistling.gif

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I thought it sounded a bit different, Somewhere I have a Barbara Lewis album with it on(also "someday we're gonna love again"), havn't played it for years.

Didn't someone mention the Capitols version on here a few weeks ago?

Also it was good to see the Teen Turbans on After Hours 3. Not the most soulful sound but a good happy singalonga dex type track! :thumbsup:

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I thought it sounded a bit different, Somewhere I have a Barbara Lewis album with it on(also "someday we're gonna love again"), havn't played it for years. 

Didn't someone mention the Capitols version on here a few weeks ago?

Also it was good to see the Teen Turbans on After Hours 3.  Not the most soulful sound but a good happy singalonga dex type track!  whistling.gif

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I been playing Barbara Lewis version for a while and it goes down very well...quality all the way..

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I was watching the said programme and the volume was too quiet so I increased it, my girlfriend said what are you doing? I said 'I'm turning my Heartbeat Up' whistling.gif

I'll get my coat'

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I was watching the said programme and the volume was too quiet so I increased it, my girlfriend said what are you doing? I said 'I'm turning my Heartbeat Up' whistling.gif

I'll get my coat'

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No angels, the program about nurses that was on the other night had loads of northern and motown the whole way through.

It did last series too.

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No angels, the program about nurses that was on the other night had loads of northern and motown the whole way through.

It did last series too.

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I wondered if anyone else would have watched this one.

Decent programme.

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Can't be long before the cast are wearing star jumpers and high waist bags then ! :thumbsup:

(Mind you, as its supposed to be North Yorks (?) that would update it to the present.  :yes:

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All fashion trends in N Yorks started in Scarboro by Fashion Guru Neil Warnock when he frequented Rudies Soul Nights, he brought them over from oinkland!! :)

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I wondered if anyone else would have watched this one.

Decent programme.

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There's not much i dont watch on tv.

Its quite a decent program.

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There's not much i dont watch on tv.

Its quite a decent program.

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cuddling up on the sofa with Big Colin.... :thumbsup:

The 'No Angels' had plenty of northern/motown in the last series. They used 'Landslide' for the trailers.

Shane

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cuddling up on the sofa with Big Colin.... :thumbsup:

The 'No Angels' had plenty of northern/motown in the last series. They used 'Landslide' for the trailers.

Shane

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Dont think landslip (listening to the lyrics) is appropriate for NHS nurses, do you? :yes:

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cuddling up on the sofa with Big Colin.... :thumbsup:

The 'No Angels' had plenty of northern/motown in the last series. They used 'Landslide' for the trailers.

Shane

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Colins not a fan. He's more into DIY SOS and the likes.

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All fashion trends in N Yorks started in Scarboro by Fashion Guru Neil Warnock when he frequented Rudies Soul Nights, he brought them over from oinkland!! :thumbsup:

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:yes:

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No angels, the program about nurses that was on the other night had loads of northern and motown the whole way through.

It did last series too.

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Wish they wouldn't :angry: :angry: :angry:

Ahh anyway, I'm off for some Kentucky Fried Chicken, then on to Manumission :rolleyes:

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Last night on "The City Gardner" they played Billy Stewart "Secret Love". They usually have a reasonable soundtrack to it. Oh and War "Lowrider".

I keep meaning to get a copy of Billy Stewart "Teaches Old Standards New Tricks" It must be an essential album.

Paul

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Wish they wouldn't :angry:  :angry:  :angry:

Ahh anyway, I'm off for some Kentucky Fried Chicken, then on to Manumission :thumbsup:

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Why?

The tracks they choose for No Angels suit the mood of the program, and I personally find it interesting to see which ones they are going to use.

If you produced a tv program what music would you use, the kind of music you'd like to listen to yourself perhaps if it suited the content of the show?

:wicked:

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Why?

The tracks they choose for No Angels suit the mood of the program, and I personally find it interesting to see which ones they are going to use.

If you produced a tv program what music would you use, the kind of music you'd like to listen to yourself perhaps if it suited the content of the show?

:wicked:

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"If you produced a tv program what music would you use"

Anything but northern. :thumbsup:

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[Yes, I really only watch it for the soundtrack; incidentally, does anyone know what the second(instrumental) of the two tracks played during the opening credits was?...................great to hear 'Blowing up my Mind', last week...

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