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Rick Scott

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About Rick Scott

  • Birthday 21/09/1950

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    I HAVE BEEN COLLECTING RECORDS FROM AGE 12 OR THIRTEEN, MY DAD USED TO BRING BOXES OF RECORDS HOME FROM THE LOCAL AUCTION/SALE ROOMS (78'S AND 45'S) TAKE OUT WHAT HE WANTED (HE LOVED COUNTRY MUSIC) GIVE ME THE REST AND THAT STARTED ME OFF BUYING COLLECTING, SO HAD TO GET ME A PAPER ROUND, FIRST STINT AS A DJ WAS AT THE TOP 20 CLUB IN 1968. MY STEP SISTER WHO WAS OLDER THAN ME WAS A MOD AND INTRODUCED ME TO EARLY TV PROGRAMS SUCH AS 6- 5 SPECIAL, THANK YOUR LUCKY STARS, READY STEADY GO,JUKE BOX JURY ETC WHICH FUELED MY LOVE OF ALL THING SOUL/MOD, BOUGHT MY FIRST SCOOTER IN 1968, A LAMBRETTA SX 200 REG NUMBER LEE 622F, ALL WHITE,  LOVELY BIKE THAT I WISH I STILL OWNED! FAVOURITE POP BAND BACK THEN 'THE SMALL FACES' STEVIE MARRIOT WAS MY HERO AT THE TIME. OVER THE YEARS RAN MY OWN SOUL NITES IN AND AROUND LINCOLNSHIRE /YORKSHIRE AND MY NAME WAS PUT FORWARD TO MARY AND COLIN CHAPMAN TO DJ AT A COUPLE OF PROJECTS SHE WANTED TO  START IN THE EARLY TO MID 70S THE LEDGENDARY CLEETHORPES PIER AND WINTER GARDENS, THROUGH THAT ENCOUNTER WITH MARY I WENT ON TO DJ AT MOST OF THE BIG SOUL NITES AND NITER ALL OVER THE COUNTRY AND STILL BUY AND COLLECT RECORDS TO THIS DAY, NEVER STOPED AND THAT INCLUDES ALL THE NEW SOULFULL STUFF , OLD OR NEW IF IT IS SOULFUL I'M 'AVIN' IT AND PLAYIN' IT, RICK 

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  • Public Real Name
    Richard Scott
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Everthing Soulful
  • Location
    Scunthorpe
  • Top Soul Sound
    by my side (cover up) Modern soul perfection

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  1. Well here is one i'm loving at the mo, Not going to be everybody's cup of tea (So Be kind), fabulously simple JAZZ DANCE TUNE by Emma Jean Thackray with a track called "Movement" from her brand new 12" EP * Great beat and some lovely Horn Blowing and Official video reminding us of how much we are missing being able to Dance and Enjoy one another's company and only a short time into this mess. Turn Up The Volume And Enjoy * Take Care & Stay Safe......... Rick
  2. Cheers for that, Interesting Cover, Just love that Pumping Horn! Wonderful Gospel Interpretation..... Rick.
  3. These 'Tunes' i would not be without, full of Cold lol, Just a Cheer up to add to our woes, Hope you don't Mind....Rick
  4. Came across this today (19-3-20) thought it very nice, a track to listen to with the lights turned real low and a glass of wine to sooth the soul, (in my case a cup of tea) Rest of the album a bit so so but this track is real nice and the Gal can sing. From the album 'Stand Up!' By Whitney Shay - Track.... I never meant to love him, hope you like it........Rick
  5. Very nice selection there, can i come and live next door to you Thank You, Rick
  6. "Just picked this up less than a £10 note with P&P" *Northern J Calloway - Heart of Stone* You did very well on this for that price, Well Done You Kirsty Very Nice. Rick
  7. This site has got so Quite it's Unreal so let's liven it up a bit with a release from The back end of last month on the fab 'Love Monk' record Label with "Sweet Maybe" (Voc. & Inst.) Just love this Nod Back to the Patrick Adams/Johnny Copeland/Cloud one Sound that was sin-ominous with the Scene at The Blackpool Mecca And Cleethorpes. (As Well as other Forward Thinking Venues) On my turntable at home every other day at least, love it, but may not be to every body's taste and i get that. BUT If Boogie - Funk is your Thing "Crank Up The Volume And Dance" For now, Thanks For Listening, Stay Safe & Well....... Rick
  8. Treat Her like A Lady (#12 in 1984). ... Didn't Treat Her Like Lady get some spins on the scene about 20 years ago (I seem to recall Steve Jeffries playing it at Albrighton) ... which always surprised me given it was almost a top 10 hit here! Actualy Treat her Like A Lady was played on the 'Scene' as a new release in '84 as were a lot of new releases back then, Was in my Box No Worries, Some others that come to mind...Uk Chart entries That we had on Imports prior to their release in the UK. (These are UK entries) Esther Phillips - 'What a difference a day made' Oct.'75 - made it to No 6 In Charts ( Spent 8 weeks in charts) George Benson - 'Super ship' Oct '75 - Made it to No 30 In Charts (Spent 6 Weeks in Charts) Lalo Shifron Theme from 'JAWS' Oct '76 - made it to No 14 in charts (Spent 9 Weeks in Charts) Was a Monster at the 'Blackpool Mecca' Amongst other places surprisingly An earlier single that got picked up on at the time of release was 'Curtis Mayfields Anthem 'Move on up' July '71 Which made it to No 12 in Charts (Spent 10 Weeks in Charts) Of course there were many more from the likes of Luther Va Dross, and loads of the Philadelphia International and Invictus Records output, far too many to list right now, so no surprise to me but i suppose you had to be there to appreciate it all, but i think you get the Picture
  9. Another track i played back in the day, Oozes SOUL, Take a tablet to calm the nerves, i kid you not......Rick
  10. Starting the Ball Rolling with a fab track from the 90s, Long Time Since I Played This, Just ripe for a few new spins me thinks, What do you Think........
  11. Does it matter if it is " Deep Fried In Batter" Hope you find one , in the mean time i'll get me coat
  12. I get the rationale in going down the technology route but artistically we lost so much in my view. Yes Totally Agree, Shame really but thankfully Music has gone full circle in a lot of cases and we have some Fine singers and Real Musicians today to carry on the tredition of real sound Real Singers and Musicians, long may it last. Rick
  13. "A Lot better without a doubt" But unfortunately for people like Reggie S money was probably TIGHT so He went with what he could afford. Music had changed too (not for the Better It Has To Be Said) as we moved from the 70s Into The 80s (they Called it Progression, oh how we laughed) Synthesisers and electronic Drums/Instruments was big Business And a lot of singers and Bands went down that Route (Like it or Not) Personally i would alway go for the real thing, of course i would, why wouldn't i, You can't beat Real Live Instruments.I take your point but i would Rather Have THIS than nothing at all. I love this Song His Voice is exceptional and love the Lady Backing Singers, So Simple a Song, Atmospheric and gets under your skin with every play, I know a lot of people who In the past Dismissed Songs like this on release then later on the Penny Dropped but too late, all gone disappeared and fetching money so i say, lets be grateful that people like Reggie give us Wonderful Music. On Another Note, does anyone know What Reggie's Last name is or did he just use Reggie S as a Recording/Performing name? Many, Thanks Rick.
  14. From 1987 great piece soulfulness that will not cost you an arm and a leg and there are still copies to be had on the net, the Wonderful 'Reggie S' - Do You Still Love Me ? (City Records) Pulled it off the shelf over the weekend and it didn't go back, Too damn good for that, bought as a new release when there was a few soulful tracks like this getting spins for those that wanted to listen ...... Enjoy.... Rick PS Be sure to listen to ALL of the track If not convinced, *"Play It Again Sam" *
  15. So i was told Chalky but judging by this info may not be the case, certainly hope so, people ringing you up and giving wrong info or just rumours, Rick

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