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About Daved

  • Birthday 09/06/1968

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    Chatham, united kingdom
  • Top Soul Sound
    Respect - Otis Redding and millions of others

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  1. It's pretty good. Personally, I think the vocoder effect when you sing "why..." will put quite a few soul fans off, but overall I like the vibe. Good luck with it Beth.
  2. This is quite brilliant. 365 is a stand out for me. The whole package is such a good reminder of how great she was.
  3. As Chalky said, It's been like that for months in an effort to get people to go premium. I've resisted it so far as it's a slippery slope from there. Great platform for free though
  4. The Peanut Butter Falcon is a great feel good movie, guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
  5. The best song I've heard on an advert recently is Candi Staton's "A Little Taste of Love" which featured on a short lived Sainsbury's ad.
  6. I'm getting a bit confused now. Mine has the star and U4KM-901-1C-A1A in the deadwax. Which one is it?
  7. Green Book on Amazon Prime is probably the best film I've seen in a year.
  8. Some good tunes there. Cookin' on 3 Burners came out in 2009.
  9. Yeah, I've seen that record in Brighton for about £20
  10. I saw the show in Greenwich and it was amazing. I would never have thought that even 5-6 years earlier that the subject could be successfully made into a stage show, but it was so well done. Much better than most tv/film efforts.
  11. You're Falling In Love - Betty Everett
  12. I went a couple of times in 2001/2, mainly for the modern room. Really enjoyed it. Well worth the trip up from Kent. On fact quite a few of us southerners travelled up on both occasions.
  13. Back in the early / mid 80s, I was surprised when the occasional new record started to get played in the northern soul rooms. Although it took a bit of getting used to at the time, these sounds soon became the most popular of the night. Some got mainstream recognition, some became anthems and others not really discovered until over 15 years later. This mix includes some big well known names like Harold Melvin, Detroit Spinners and Gladys Knight, northern soul stalwarts like Chuck Jackson, Barbara Lynn and Mary Love to the usual obscure artists that nobody has ever heard of since.

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