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Marvin Holmes and Justice, You Better Keep Her, (Brown Door). Are Vinyl with moulded label authentic issues. There's a stamp in run out that looks like TLC inside a square box surrounding letters.

Thanks in anticipation, Dean

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Marvin Holmes and Justice, You Better Keep Her, (Brown Door). Are Vinyl with moulded label authentic issues. There's a stamp in run out that looks like TLC inside a square box surrounding letters.

Thanks in anticipation, Dean

Vinyl and styrene both authentic, but if ya can, get the vinyl one coz the sound so much better. it a bit muffley on the plastic one, sounds so much better on vinyl :wicked:

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Thanks Steve, appreciate the reply. Not quite sure of some of the stuff purchased as a "youth", seems like everything was £1 - no doubt with change for fish-and-chips. Sometimes like to put htis into a spot and wanted to make sure. Dean.

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Better still get the album (quite hard on Brown Door) - got a reissue on Concord.

The track is completely different on the LP - lot crisper & longer in duration - in fact it sounds like a completely different take.

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Vinyl and styrene both authentic, but if ya can, get the vinyl one coz the sound so much better. it a bit muffley on the plastic one, sounds so much better on vinyl :D

steve

Agree, the styrene copy sounds like a Lo-Fi recording i was disappointed with it. Have since got the vinyl copy and this plays louder and better fidelity. I don't think this is because one is styrene and the other vinyl, its something to do with the way they have been made.

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Agree, the styrene copy sounds like a Lo-Fi recording i was dissapointed with it. Have since got the vinyl copy and this plays louder and better fidelity. I don't think this is because one is styrene and the other vinyl, its something to do with the way they have been made.

I have the styrene copy, any chance of hearing the vinyl?

Many thanks in advance. :yes:

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I have the styrene copy, any chance of hearing the vinyl?

Many thanks in advance. :yes:

I can't do sound clips, maybe Steve (Soul Integrity) can do it, I know he's good at that sort of thing!

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Thanks for that. Now I know why I dont play my copy very often! :wicked:

Hi, Didnt know it was on styrene and vinyl listening to this mines definately on

vinyl top seventies.I believe Richie Andrews from Landudno first took this to the Mecca

Livene went ga! ga! when he heard it and put it on the decks straight away. Cheers. Sid :D

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On another note, same artist; I've always liked the mix of sweet strings and funky riff of his track- Early Bird out on Salwa Records...also has Van Mcoy on the writing credits.

Not one that would be known too much I guess, but hey you gotta spread your wings!!!

Mal.C.

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Better still get the album (quite hard on Brown Door) - got a reissue on Concord.

The track is completely different on the LP - lot crisper & longer in duration - in fact it sounds like a completely different take.

I'll second that Epic. The (K)oncord re-issue LP version sounds like a re-take, but I've never heard the take from the original Brown Door LP either....so?? Still in my top ten Highland Room memories however. Cheers.

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I just never tire of this class record! Pretty amazing as probably heard it more times than the snake!!

Hang on...what a bloody daft comaparison...think I'll shut up

I know just what you mean, it's awesomely timeless :lol:

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Hi, Didnt know it was on styrene and vinyl listening to this mines definately on

vinyl top seventies.I believe Richie Andrews from Landudno first took this to the Mecca

Livene went ga! ga! when he heard it and put it on the decks straight away. Cheers. Sid :thumbup:

I had first copies of this in UK, they came from Bob Catanneo, first got played in UK at Burtnwood Baths All-Dayer, Colin Curtis was DJ''ing and bought copy of me, so Colin had it before Ian at Mecca.I sold 100's of these.

Neil

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I had first copies of this in UK, they came from Bob Catanneo, first got played in UK at Burtnwood Baths All-Dayer, Colin Curtis was DJ''ing and bought copy of me, so Colin had it before Ian at Mecca.I sold 100's of these.

Neil

Hi Neil,

top record, never get tired of it. I have just mentioned Bob Cattaneo in your Graham Warr thread. From Daly City right, a trucker, he turned up the James Fountain also., i had a few, form William Bell.

Hope your well mate, a long time since the miners strike you covered in Rotherham!

All best

ALAN

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