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  • Birthday 06/12/1980

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  1. Don't really know what Joe Medwick's tune has got anything to do with this, but neither Ides Of March or Blood, Sweat & Tears sounded like this at the time of release for the Medwick 45. Instead, I think Medwick's direct influence on Bobby Bland is really obvious in this track. If Medwick had still been on Don Robey/Duke's roster of writers it could just as well have been a Bobby Bland recording. You may not like it, but saying that it's an IOM or BS&T soundalike seems a bit rich.
  2. BMI/Ascap credits "Moses" as well: https://repertoire.bmi.com/Search/Search?SearchForm.View_Count=&SearchForm.Main_Search=BMI+Work+ID&SearchForm.Main_Search_Text=1841859&SearchForm.Sub_Search=Please+Select&SearchForm.Search_Type=all
  3. You're right! I should've checked that more thoroughly... When I did my previous post I just had a quick glance at my Castle label Lee Moses compilation from 2007, and it credits Moses, seemingly incorrectly:
  4. Great, super deep version of Lee Moses' "What You Don't Want Me To Be" on the flipside. Strange that Moses version is credited to himself as songwriter and the Nick Allen version is credited to Bobby Dixon though. I just assume that Moses was first, but might be the other way around?
  5. It did, £613: https://www.raresoulman.co.uk/bottom-co-gonna-find-as-true-love-in-my-life-motown-m-1291f-187586.html
  6. Their "How Can I Tell My Mom And Dad" on Lock and UNI was also a big seller. Apparently more than 400.000 copies sold in the US.
  7. You're confusing the 45 in question with the "My Conscience" 45 which reportedly sold 70000 copies in Chicago. The "Get It Off My Conscience" 45 can't have sold anywhere near that.
  8. Ha! Never noticed that. Listened again and melodically it actually reminds me of "Blank Generation"!
  9. Perhaps you've recieved it as a gift. The Benn-X release was pressed in 2002 at United. The U-54857 matrix positions it as a 2002 press. A few other releases with nearby matrix from 2002: U-54815 = 2002 https://www.discogs.com/The-Agenda-Do-The-Crash-Crash/release/2175563 U-54868 = 2002 https://www.discogs.com/Hard-Skin-Black-And-White-Unite-And-Fight/release/5400530
  10. Here is an image from Amnon Feldman's site, with him sitting by a piano and pictures of the Chess 45 on the wall behind him:
  11. Seems more likely that it's Artie/Arthur Feldman that wrote for Rotary Connection. He also wrote stuff for Tenison Stephens, Sonji Clay, Chuck Ray (on Buddah), Rastus (on GRT) etc.
  12. He seems pretty approachable, someone could ask him: https://www.amnonfeldman.com/
  13. Big thanks! The details on the bootleg are similar but everything is hand etched on the bootleg, and the "A1" is missing on the "Legend Of Otis Redding" side. The BOOTLEG has got the following in the dead wax, everything is hand etched: "Legend Of Otis Redding" side W4KM-0276--1 R "Got To Have Your Love" side: W4KM-0277--1 A1- R
  14. Thanks! Are those details machine stamped or etched by hand? Are there ANY other markings in the deadwax?

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