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some time in the eighties i went to a northern soul club in london,think it was the rocket,there was a tune being played thats been driving me mad ever since,"dont you just know it" who was it by and can i listen anywhere on the net? oh not that poxey remake by amazulu

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Huey "Piano" Smith and the Clowns "Don't you just know it" was a popular sound in London during the early 80's . Late 50's New Orleans R&B .

Kent released it as a 45 around '83 or '84 which shows how popular it was . It has been released on a Kent cd in the last month which documents the early days of the 6T'S Rhythm "N" Soul club .

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some time in the eighties i went to a northern soul club in london,think it was the rocket,there was a tune being played thats been driving me mad ever since,"dont you just know it" who was it by and can i listen anywhere on the net? oh not that poxey remake by amazulu

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You wouldnt be the Snowy, who knocked about with Matt from Trowbridge in the 80s, would you??

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I had an original UK mauve Columbia copy of this on Ebay last week, it's worth about £60, a guy won it for something like £6 then actually complained that it wasn't VG+ but only VG!!!!

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