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About Andy Rix

  • Birthday 31/08/1962

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    Andy Rix
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    boston, united kingdom
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  1. That's because it belongs to Ian Clark ... one could therefore assume this 'acetate' originated from somewhere in the Guildford area .. as opposed to L.A. Andy
  2. I believe it was a slightly different version as well ... certainly sounded different at the Palais Can somebody ask him ? Andy
  3. A selection of tunes ... happy to have a conversation about any prices Payment & postage can be sorted but it will be what is expected and usual no hassle guarantee Please PM and I'll respond ASAP .. but it won't be immediately ! Andy Rubaiyats - Omar Khayyam - Sansu DJ - £250 The Matadors - Say Yes Baby - Chavis 1034 - £450 SOLD Hank 'Soul Man' Mullen ‎– He Upset Your Dreams - Audel 362 - £100 Madeline & The Monticellos ‎– Binding Ring Of Gold - De-Vel Records ZS7 6752 - £40 Viola Wills With The Hidden Persuaders ‎– The First Time - Bem Sole 1001 - £70 Eddie Spencer ‎– If This Is Love (I'd Rather Be Lonely) - Power Exchange 207 - £50 The 10th Dymentions - The Bushman - Saluda Record 5104 - £60 Deniece Chandler ‎– Mama, I Wish I Stayed At Home - Lock 45-600 - £70
  4. Ian is a legend .. we used to write to each other a lot .. proper letters on paper sent through the post .. still got all of our correspondence filed A Pic of me, Ian and Lorraine Chandler
  5. I've become confused ... not about Garrison Records because Steve G has set that record straight ... more about the Honey Bees There are comments on YT from family members about who they were ... I'm sure this has been pointed out before As examples Delano Williams 3 years ago This is My Aunt Barbara Williams; I AM Juanita Williams Son.... Thank You for remember them...... GOD BLESS There was a YT comment from a family member that named all of the group members Has anybody saved it ? Andy
  6. My memory is failing me ... should I be worried ? I taped all of the 45s Nigel got that day ... if I find it I’ll be able to list the lot ... obviously got confused about exactly what he got on which day Andy
  7. Indeed ... I’m sure he said £50 ... so that is quite a lot more than I recall him saying .. I’ve never been good at numbers unlesss they begin with TMG or ZTSC Thank you for clarifying the situation .... and as an aside lovely to see you on Saturday at the wedding do Andy
  8. It was a 7” ... Nigel Parker called in to see me the day he purchased it from Martin Koppel via Tim ... he’d been over to collect a few things ... Magnetics (Bonnie) being one ... he didn’t pay a lot for it as it was in pretty poor shape at the time ... lots of snap, crackle and pop ... I’m thinking it was £50 ... as we know it now lives happily with Mr Fortnum Andy
  9. Well it is a fantastic recognition for Richard .. and I think well deserved for reasons that go way beyond playing a few tasty tunes over the years It feels like an acknowledgment of the importance of British culture in embracing the lost music of the USA .. I just wish Dave Godin had been awarded a similar honour but I can imagine when Richard receives it Dave will be in his thoughts .... in my dealings with Richard humilty has always been one of his most endearing qualities So bloody well deserved .. thrilled for him Andy
  10. That must be the most heartfelt and beautiful tribute I've ever read. It's opened my eyes to a woman I only knew as a voice .. a jolly good one at that Thank you Alec for sharing your memories and the lasting tribute you've given her R.I.P Leola .. I feel I know you now Andy
  11. Sorry to be a bit slow ! .. I can't figure out what'nvm' means I'm intrigued Dave .. Harry should have taken much better care of those masters. I was in touch with him early 90s trying to work out a licensing deal but, as I recall, all of his tapes were long gone Such a shame but a common story .. Dimitri Villard told me he'd binned all of the Jet Set tapes, never thought they'd be of interest to anybody .. heard that so many times .. heartbreaking really Andy
  12. Thanks Chalky I’m aware of the other two recorded, but unreleased, tracks either via Tim or Gilly .... don’t recall we ever knew what they were but memory tells me they were cut at the same time as the Inferno 45 ... so connected to Duke Browner & Mike Terry and not George Fowler might be easier just to ask John .... when was April’s Fool Day ? Andy
  13. So ... in his accompanying text for the current Dena Barnes auction 45 ..... https://www.raresoulman.co.uk/auction/soul-auction/soul-auction-ending-this-wednesday.html John states the Inferno 45 was her second appearance on vinyl "Dena Barnes : If You Ever Walk Out Of My Life / Who Am I ( You Ought To Know ) :Inferno: 2002 DJ (45s) It's is hard to believe a voice of such exquisite quality, the voice of an Angel; had only two 45 releases, this is Dena's second Detroit 45 unlike her first record guided by Motown trainedGeorge Fowler some years earlier. This Northern Soul masterpiece enlisted the services of Duke Browner & Mike Terry to provide heavenly words and arrangement for Dena to craft not one, but two killer Northern Soul classics" So I'm very familiar with the work George did at Motown and his stewardship of the 'gospel' side of things .... his production on LaBrenda Ben 45s .. and reports that they were a married couple ... but the consensus is that he departed about '64 even though songs released later featured his name and he is listed as the producer in '67 on a Supremes track Simple question then ... what is this other 45 .. I've never been aware she had another release Looking forward to learning something new Andy
  14. Evening .... white DJ Copy wanted to upgrade please PM price and condition thanks Andy
  15. This is such sad sad news. I always had a very soft spot for Winston .. he was kind, funny, had an enviable passion for his music and living life to the full ... coupled with a humility and warmth that brought him nothing but admiration and respect .. he was just a really cool guy My deepest sympathies to his family and closest friends R.I.P Sir Andy

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