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  1. PM sent
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  2. Anybody who could listen to me talking 20 to the dozen, in the DJ box at VaVa's, and still keep the sounds flowing deserves a medal.
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  3. Just watching on the BBC, and I was pretty surprised by what I heard. The Americans and Canadians have memorials to their D-Day fallen in Normandy, but the British do not. Apparently a statute has just been erected and a memorial will be started and completed in about a years time. For a country, that is supposed to have the highest regard for it's armed forces, and despite all the pomp, ceremony, events and words, from the "great and the good" in the last few days, it begs the question, why there isn't already a British memorial. I apologise if this post isn't in tune with the intent/rest of this thread, but I find it to be a national disgrace.
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  4. https://www.discogs.com/label/589620-Extra-8 There's a Chris Bartley record that also came out on UK Right On.
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  5. I think that's a fair assumption, Bollon produced a record on the Guilford label, for a group called Gross National Product, the group included Nick Barker who was the arranger on the Tangeers records. The Guilford label was owned by Oscar 'Bucky' Buchman, who owned another distributors called Redisco One Stop also on Guilford Ave. Guilford had 2 releases by B.B. and the Oscars, both produced by Buchman. Edit. I think Bollon also had something to do with Newark records, Bollon produced on the label, and the TNJs recorded on it, which was why I wondered if the Tangeers and TNJ's may be connected, as there were strong links back to Baltimore.
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  6. http://www.trentonmakesmusic.org/article/the-tnjs/ The other link is Discogs search, for Instant Funk, I'm on the mobile can't seem to copy that link.
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  7. Neither of those articles are correct the TNJS recorded 4 singles and the one said to be on Cameo was actually on Chess.
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  8. Elijah Jones is documented as being in both groups, he also recorded as E-Jon on Apex records out of Trenton, and as Elijah john on Keylock/Key records a NY label.
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  9. Instant Funk look to be still around on Facebook, I'm not, so i can't contact them. Maybe someone else could and ask them about the TNJ's and possibly the tangeers too.
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  10. So the TNJ's line up also changed over the years, holy moly this is a complete nightmare !!!!!.
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  11. Then who is Greg Jamerson who appears on the video ?
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  12. Fair enough but that still doesn't prove the Tangeers were not also the TNJ's. Both seen to be involved with people on the Baltimore scene and both seem to have connections to New Jersey via Bucky Buchman.
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  13. The link is a guy called Oscar Bucky Buchman, who owned record industry companies/labels etc.in Baltimore at the same time as Ron Bollon the Tangeers producer. Buchman also started Newark Records who recorded the TNJS.
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  14. Maybe but I can't find anything about who made up the TNJS, where have you got Elijah Jones from ?.
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  15. Which group Tangeers or TNJ's, perhaps he had a sister.
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