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Sjclement

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About sjclement

  • Birthday 28/10/1955

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    Wirral, united kingdom
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    George Blackwell Cant Loose My Head

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  1. G C Cameron definitely got a Curtis Mayfield vibe going on there.
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  2. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/182403312889?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT I posted it as a subject rather than a particular record. Here's another one going under the heading 'Basement Soul' have we got a new genre to go alongside Crossover, Beat Ballad, Stepper,60s Soul etc.etc. I for one like that particular record (althought the b side) The style I think is folky and bluesy and reminds me of Penny and The Quarters are there more like this out there. ps Didn't realise Flash McKinney was that rare a record.
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  3. has a new genre appeared http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/351941868880?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT kind of a folky blues ?
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  4. The Girls what a bargain!!
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  5. Loved this ever since I heard Tony Blackburn play it in the early seventies
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  6. Any Tom Dick or Harry could faithfully reproduce that playlist all have been booted (except You Want It You Got It which was played from an album by Donald Austin, and sunk into obscurity perhaps because it was a more sophisticated sound than the others on the list),
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  7. This is Godoys solo outing on Revue I'll hazard a guess thats its the Exits on the backing vocals
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  8. https://www.discogs.com/sell/item/388066530 One here I'ts actualy my copy on the Red lable
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  9. wore some shoe leather out to this back in the day
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  10. Is it something you got/why don't you give me a try
  11. Saturday afternoon practice session Electrified Love Ernie Hines Let Me Be Your Pacifier Tyrone Davis Its a Pleasure Sheree Brown Gotta Get Closer To You Terry Callier Two On A Cloud Curt Darin I'll Find A Way Bobby Reed Kickin Life Like An Old Tin Can Gloria Taylor Under The Street Lamp Exits I Wanna Be A Part Of You Ray Crumley Try My Love Syl Johnson Headed For The Streets Herman Harper Love In My Life Calif. Malibus I'm Into Your Love Executive Jam Lets Talk Ray Alexander Techniques Have I got A Right Nomads Tell Me You Love Me Bobby Hill (never appreciated the strings in this record) I Call It Love Pretenders Keep on Tryin' Fir-Ya I Found What I Wanted George Jackson (best version) Its All Over Sam Baker I forgot the rugby was on
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  12. American sleeve
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  13. Judging by the posts I'd say that its always been around, from venues like Wheel and Torch through the Mecca and Wigan but died out during the renaissance.
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  14. Might upset a few people but two of the biggest "sunshine pop" records must be Nothing Can Compare to You Velvet Satins I Can't Help Loving You Paul Anka. Writer and production credits feature an ex Four Season not to mention the pop background of Mr Anka Love 'em both btw
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  15. Help Me Rhonda You're Ready Now Frankie Valli
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