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    Harboro Horace
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  1. ady croasdell

    Info needed: Women on the Northern Scene

    Yes Val has all her records and often DJs, no regular venues as far as I know but plenty of guest spots. Lisa Hurley does a few and Donna Driscoll occasionally. Younger DJs include Sarah Jane and Lisa Wolverson, I'm sure there are loads more
  2. ady croasdell

    Singles shelving

    Thanks Martin, I got sorted for my immediate needs but will refer to this in future. Ady
  3. ady croasdell

    Darrow Fletcher Secret Weapon

    All are limited, most to 500 some to 1000 and a few points in between. Some sell out, some don’t. The Rita and the Tiaras was 1000 but sold out and price is edging up. I’m pretty sure Darrow will Be The Same. His ‘No Limit’ sold out a while back
  4. ady croasdell

    100 Club

    Seconded
  5. ady croasdell

    6TS Weekenders Under New Management

    I doubt there'll be many changes at all but Phil & Neil will sort out when they've recovered from Detroit. I'm on!
  6. ady croasdell

    6TS Weekenders Under New Management

    I’ll get ‘em on it Dave
  7. ady croasdell

    Darrow Fletcher Secret Weapon

    Ask them for a spare sleeve next time you order Sorry ‘bout that
  8. ady croasdell

    100 Club

    Above and beyond chaps; that's another reason that makes it special. You could catch the train Kev and chat with Andy on his park bench till then!
  9. I've been reliably informed it's a Motown recording by blues singer Jesse Yawn so neither of the releases were legitimate https://www.bradenton.com/entertainment/article90245287.html
  10. Los Angeles soul man Rudy Love (and his Love Family) has a fascinating story going back to the early 60s and incorporating many great producers and acts along the way. An independent film on his colourful musical life will be shown at the Raindance Music Documentary on Sept 29th, followed by an after-film gig at the 100 Club. 6TS supporter John Smith (aka member roburt) was instrumental in getting the film and gig together and we all have danced to Rudy's 'Suffering Wrath' down those famous stairs. I hope to see some of you there. Ticket link is here https://thisislovefilm.com/ Film documentary teaser is here Ady site word can view Johns Topic here and event details in the Event Guide update news AGMP have given us soul supporters a special price for this chance to see Los Angeles soul legend Rudy Love at the 100 Club. If you go to https://www.seetickets.com/event/rudy-love-the-love-family/100-club/1259116 and enter the code RAIN1 they can get tickets for £15 (instead of £20). Rudy has an amazing story which is told in the film about him on in the Raindance Film Festival in London http://calendar.raindancefestival.org/films/this-is-love I hope some of you can make it and give Rudy a warm London welcome. Ady
  11. ady croasdell

    Darrow Fletcher Secret Weapon

    https://acerecords.co.uk/love-is-my-secret-weapon-how-can-you-live-without-love That's a link to a pre-order bit on the Ace site if you wanna get ahead.
  12. Ex/M copy needed for a loan; rewards abound. Ta Ady
  13. ady croasdell

    James Wayne On Key-Lan

    From a James Wayne on Old Town blues CD The James Wayne recordings were a wonderful find in the Old Town archives, found in the mid-80s. Hy Weiss recalls the events surrounding Wayne's session: "It was 1954. I saw him in the middle of the night drinking at the Baby Grand on 125th St. I took him out into the street and I called Jimmy Lewis who was the guitar player at Atlantic. I said 'get me some musicians' so we went down to the Bell Sound studio, woke the guy in the middle of the night, and I recorded James Wayne. In the morning I had no money to pay him; there were cops all over the place, we were fighting all over in 133 Street. It was one of the funniest nights of all times. "The next day I brought him some money to pay him. He was in his army uniform, and I didn't believe it was him, until he showed me his identification papers! He had that big record 'Tend To Your Business' - it was the most drunken session I ever had."
  14. ady croasdell

    James Wayne On Key-Lan

    I wrote on the New Breed CD it's on 20. THIS LITTLE LETTER - JAMES WAYNE (James Wayne) (1960) Angletone 540 There were probably two James Waynes singing blues in the 50s. Our guy was from Elizabeth, New Jersey, while a more prolific chap worked out of New Orleans. A 1969 single on the Key-Lan label may be this James Wayne too, but there are few clues apart from the aural evidence. The song is a great driving blues with superb horns and tough vocals.
  15. ady croasdell

    Darrow Fletcher Secret Weapon

    Nice choice but October is cast in stone (or vinyl to be exact)


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