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  • Birthday 19/06/1963

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    Jem Brittin
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    Higham Ferrers Northants.
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  1. Dee Dee Sharp - Deep Dark Secret Cameo c-335... Not the cleanest of copies hence price. It has some label wear but free of writing. Vinyl has some visible light scratches and a couple of bubble marks, none really affect play. You can hear some light crackle at the very start and then the odd pop throughout other than that it plays strong. - £70.00 Jackie Follett - I Am What I Am/ Don't Care To - Verve Forecast Demo M- Nice Near Mint copy - £60.00 The Fenways - The Fight - Blue Cat Ex. great value record needs reactivating DJ's - £20.00 Betty La Vette - I'm Holding On - Big Wheel
  2. Hi DJ line up for the night is: Myself, Len Dopson & Steve (Scotters) Scotney
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    Important news!! Any tickets purchased on-line from Tuesday 7th February on. Will not be posted but kept on the door for customers to collect on the day. Tickets can be purchased right up to and during the event (subject to availability) at www.grooveonpromotions.co.uk
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    Here is the DJ line up for Friday night!...tickets still available online at www.grooveonpromotions.co.uk
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    DJ line up & times for the main room Saturday: 2pm to 7.30pm all DJ's available free-styling! 7.30pm to 8.15pm Andy Horne 8.15pm to 9.00pm Brian Bates 9.00pm to 9.45pm Jem Brittin 9.45pm to 10.30pm Dave Vanner 10.30pm to 11.30pm Al Leighton 11.30pm to 1am Hammie & Geoff 1am to finish tbc. tickets still available! visit www.grooveonpromotions.co.uk
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    Tickets for The Weekender are selling quickly now, don't leave it too late! Purchase online at http://www.grooveonpromotions.co.uk/shop/
  7. Have to politely disagree with a lot of that, music is music! Beats, rhythms, chord structures etc. haven't really changed much in 60 years! The way it is presented may have with the advent of electronica. Listen to any stuff recorded by current artists like Ed Sheeran (not that many people on here will going by some of the replies) and nothing much has changed at all...whether people think he is a 'ginger prick' or not is irrelevant he sells millions to people all over the world...I quite like some of his stuff
  8. Sorry if this is confusing it's not meant to be. I am just asking people to think 'out of the box' for a moment! Ok for instance... George Gershwin wrote 'Summertime' in 1933 it was actually for a play called Porgy & Bess. However it went on to be covered by countless artists over the years and still is today even 'Billy Stewart' did a 'pepped up version' in the 60s, point being it is classed as an 'iconic' song now..Whether people like it or not is irrelevant..I am not asking for opinions on that. Let's take the example I opened with 'Linda Jones - I Just Can't Live My Life' Whe
  9. Not sure whether this has been done before or in this way? I know most of us view the records from a totally different perspective as they fall into our Northern Soul world. However most of the records that were cut by artists were an attempt to gain chart or commercial success, they certainly would never have envisaged them being classed in the future as a Northern Soul record. We often say about some records "can't understand why this never got anywhere" and whilst it is true some of that was down to poor promotion or not getting picked up on radio for airplay. It is also true that some were
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    Wow where do we begin! Just got back from our first Weekender at The Soul Junction. Simply amazed with the amount of people that attended and supported the event! literally 'packed to the rafters' (as the venue does have rafters) Jo & Alec The owners of The Hotel were in attendance on Saturday and as a result are very keen for us to do it again, so we will be working on dates for the next one soon! Thanks to all the staff at Stanwick Hotel, all that helped behind the scenes, all the DJs fantastic sets! And the biggest thanks to all those that chose to buy a ticket and share the Weekend wit
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    Would just like to say thank you so much to everyone that turned up to the Friday warm up night for the Weekender, we were overwhelmed with the amount of people that were there. Thanks to Ted Massey Geoff, Hammie, Al Leighton for blinding DJ spots!. We kick off today at 2pm It's looking pretty busy. However we have made provision for some tickets to be available on the door but best to call/ text first on 07905 028 003, see you later Jem Brittin
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    Here are the door & DJ times for Friday night & Saturday, main room (Northern Soul) Please note DJ times maybe subject to slight changes on all days Friday 18th March main room only (Northern Soul) 8 pm to 2 am 8.00 – 8.45 Steve Scotney 8.45 – 9.30 Len Dopson 9.30 – 10.15 Geoff Ware 10.15 – 11.00 Hammie 11.00 – 12.00 Ted Massey 12.00 – 12.45 Al Leighton 12.45 To end Jem Brittin Saturday 19th March 2 pm to 2 am 2.00 – 3.00 Jem Brittin 3.00 – 3.45 Len Dopson 3.45 – 4.45 Lou/ Woody 4.45 – 5.30 Baz Bond
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    Hi tickets are selling well but not to worry if you haven’t got yours yet! We have managed to get extra ones allocated! You can purchase right up until the event visit http://www.grooveonpromotions.co.uk/shop/ to purchase quickly and easily online, please note tickets purchased after 11th March will be retained and can be picked up on reception. There will also be some allocated for general sale on all three days but best to contact us before you travel by contacting us either by phone 07905 028003 or visit the Facebook event page https://www.facebook.com/SoulJunctionCourtyard/
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    Ha ha all fine and Dandy Dopson but stop nicking my records! I had this long before you......glad you enjoyed it mate

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