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  • Birthday 11/01/1968

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  1. "Of Piedmont Blues, Beach Music and Teenage Radio", the introductory chapter was posted up at A Nickel And A Nail a while back as a bit of a taster, here's the link https://a-nickel-and-a-nail.myshopify.com/blogs/news/the-tempests-a-carolina-soul-story-world-book-day-excerpt-e-mark-windle
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  2. Monday 24 June - soul 45s sale Postage UK £3, Europe £6, elsewhere £10. Payment via Paypal please. The Tempests – What you gonna do / I cant get you out of my mind – Smash ex £25 Don and Juan – What I really meant to say – Big Top (pen mark on label) ex vinyl £20 Eddie Carlton – It will be done (vocal and inst) – UK Cream – company acetate - £30 Bob and Peggy – I’m gonna love you my own way / Everybody’s talkin – Peacock ex £15 The Dramatics – Your love was strange – Volt ex £15 Peggy Gaines – Playboy – Hit vg plus £15 Billy Stewart – Sitting in the park + 3 – UK Chess EP (no pic cover) vg to vg + £10 Dusty Springfield – What’s it gonna be – Philips ex £15 with company sleeve Joe Simon – Long hot summer – Sound Stage 7 ex £10 Outsiders – Time won’t let me (+3) – Japanese Capitoil 7” mini LP with pic cover ex £20 Barbara Acklin – Just aint no love / Please sunrise – Brunswick ex with picture cover £15
  3. 70s and 80s soul Postage UK £3, Europe £6, elsewhere £10. Payment via Paypal please. All US originals unless stated. Bobby Womack – Daylight – United Artists ex £12 The Dells – All about the paper – 20th Century vg (small scratch at intro, causing v. minor click at beginning). Otherwise vinyl ok) £7 David Ruffin – Walk away from love – Motown vg++ £10 Omni – Keys to the city – Fountain ex £10 Sam Dees -Child of the streets – Atlantic vg+ (flip side lesser cond) £5 General Johnson and the Chairmen – Don’t walk away – Surfside ex great version of the General Johnson Arista track ex £12 Cornelius Bros and Sister Rose – I’m so glad – United Artists vg + £5 Jackey Beavers – Never found a girl – Seventy Seven ex £10 Charles Brimmer – Show and tell – Hayleys ex £10 Bobby Womack – Nobody wants you when your down and out – UK UA ex £7 Doris Duke – Feet start walking – Canyon ex £5 The Nights – Let there be love – Little Star ex £5 AND…. one LP: General Johnson – Same – Arista 1976 LP (incs “Don’t Walk Away”) ex vinyl and cover £10
  4. Sat 22 June 60s soul and R&B Postage UK £3, Europe £6, elsewhere £10. Payment via Paypal please. All US originals unless stated. Ketty Lester – Please don’t cry anymore – RCA Victor demo £40 Herbert Hunter – The big oak tree – Poncello ex £70 Peggy Woods – Love is gonna get you – Kent 6Ts 9th Anniversary Special vg+ (single superficial mark, does not affect play) £70 Bobby Wells – Let’s copp a groove – Beacon (green ’71 release) £10 Lou Rawls – You can bring me all your heartaches – Capitol ex £10 Walter Jackson – One heart lonely – Okeh ex £15 Al TNT Braggs – Out of the pan (into the fire) – Peacock promo ex £15 Joe Stubbs – Keep on loving me – Lupine ex £20 Jimmy Hughes – The loving physician – Fame ex £10 worth a listen The Righteous Bros – Bring your love to me – Moonglow ex £15 The Dubs – Just you / Your very first love – Wilshire vg+ / ex- £10
  5. Soul and R&B sale 45s Postage UK £3, Europe £6, elsewhere £10. Payment via Paypal please. Jimmy Hanna and the Blues Band – Baby, don’t you lose your cool - Bolo ex £65 Lou Rawls – You can bring me all your heartaches – UK Capitol ex £15 Ben E. King – What can a man do – Atco demo £25 Little Johnny Taylor – True love – Galaxy ex £10 Earl Gaines – You belong to me – Deluxe ex £15 Bobby Brooks – Wise like Solomon – Hit ex £20 The Holidays – Never alone / Loves creeping up – Revilot vg+ to ex £15 Leon Haywood – It’s got to be mellow – Decca £15 Pic and Bill – Gonna give it to you – Blue Rock ex £15 Allen Toussaint – Nothing takes the place of you – Ronn classic and sublime deep soul / ballad £10 J.J. Barnes – Don’t bring me bad news – Ric Tic ex £10 Bobby Bland – You’re worth it all – Duke ex £12 Little Milton – Don’t leave her – Checker ex so one of his best, superb! Ex. Condition and company sleeve £10 Ramsey Lewis Trio – The In crowd – Argo ex £12 Elmore James – It hurts me too / Bleeding heart – Enjoy ex £15 Roscoe Shelton – As soon as darkness falls – Sound Plus ex £7 Harold Burrage – Got to find a way /How you fix your mouth – M-Pac ex £10 Jackie Wilson – New breed / Baby get it – Brunswick ex and company sleeve £10 The Five Cs – Love is a tricky thing / If you’re looking for a man – Goldwax ex £15 Betty Everett –Tell me darling / I’ll weep no more – Dottie ex £15 Kelly Brothers – Haven’t I been good to you / If it wasn’t for your love – Excello ex £7 Dobie Gray – See you at the go-go – Charger ex £7 Fontella Bass – Safe and sound / You’ll never ever know – UK Chess vg plus (scratch, DNAP) £7
  6. Soul sale 45s Postage UK £3, Europe £6, elsewhere £10. Payment via Paypal please. Betty Lavette – Witchcraft in the air – Lupine ex £20 Roy Hamilton – Dark end of the street – AGP ex great version £10 Betty Taylor – You’re a winner – Nola vg+ £15 The Majestics – Strange world – Linda vg plays better £10 Johnny Nash – Understanding – Allied ex £15 Marv Johnson – I’m not a plaything – Gordy ex £15 Charlie Cole Brown Black – I just can’t get over you – Jewel ex £15 JJ Jackson – But it’s alright / Aint to proud to beg – French Warner Bros with pic cover ex £15 Sam Cooke – Sugar dumpling – RCA Victor with pic cover ex £20 PW Cannon – Hanging out my tears to dry – Hickory demo vg+ with company sleeve £10 Al TNT Braggs – Home in that rock – Peacock ex £10 Carla Thomas – Pick up the pieces / Separation – German Atlantic with pic cover £15
  7. Soul sale 45s Postage UK £3, Europe £6, elsewhere £10. Payment via Paypal please. The Exciters – If love came your way – United Artists vg+ superb! £20 Fabulous Impact – Baby baby I want you / Hamptons – No no not my girl – Kent 6Ts 11th Anniversary £60 Eddie Day – Summers gone / For my girl – Onyx ex £20 Major Wiley - One more heartache - Verve Forecast great uptempo intense version of Marvin Gaye vg+ £20 Bobby Bland – With these hands (small but mighty) – Duke ex £10 Solomon Burke - Save it - Atlantic ex £15 same as Lee Rogers (Sock some...), OV Wright (I love the way...) etc all great in their own right The Magictones - Together we shall overcome / Its better to love Mah's ex £10 The Jarmels – Keep your mind on me – Laurie promo vg plus. Their last Laurie 45 and their hardest and least known. Doowop meets northern! £25 Betty Everett – Trouble over the weekend / Shoe don’t fit – Vee Jay ex great doublesider £15 Gerry and Paul – Cat walk / Little bit of soul (labels reversed like most) – Fat Back vg+ £15 Chuck Bernard – Indian giver – Satellite ex white demo £15 the earliest and best take on this compared to the later Maverick recording Lee Lamont – I’ll take love – Backbeat vg/vg plus £10 plays well
  8. The Tempests - A Carolina Soul Story - E. Mark Windle This cradle to grave (and beyond!) biography is a "must" for the beach this summer! Details and blurb can be found in the news articles section. Available to pre-order exclusively via A Nickel And A Nail: https://a-nickel-and-a-nail.myshopify.com/collections/books/products/the-tempests-a-carolina-soul-story-e-mark-windle More details on the Nickel And a Nail blog page also. Publication date 15 July; all pre-orders will be despatched week of publication.
  9. New / recent soul 45s sale Postage UK £3, Europe £6, elsewhere £10. Payment via Paypal please. Sammie Relford – Breaking ice on love / Hey love / Hook me up – Izipho Soul Records ex £15 The Sentiments – She won’t be gone long – Transistor Sound (Gold letter format) ex £25 Saun and Starr – Hot Shot / Gonna make time – Daptone ex £20 El Count Executives – I want to thank you (vocal) / Inst. - Radar Records ex £20 The Dip – Sure don’t miss you / Inst. – Colemine ex £12 Herby Brown – One more broken heart / grand larceny – Izipho Soul Records (reissue / remaster of super rare 80s Blue Ash release) ex £15 Between The Two – Take a little time / My next step – Right Combination ex £15
  10. Thanks Mal. The Philips LP is Dutch manufactured (image courtesy of Jon Downs). There’s a bit of a debate on various threads on here and on Facebook over the years as to the intended market but looks like was meant to be Euro wide distribution.
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  11. I doubt it was just a moment-in-time thing. Thirty years on, my memory of first hearing Someday echo across the dancefloor at an all-nighter and stopping this young teenager dead in his tracks has not faded. It wasn’t a recording which necessarily broke the mould upon ‘rediscovery’ on the early 1980s northern soul scene. The fresh open-minded approach and healthy appreciation for musical diversity had already seen to that, whether it be for mid-tempo, beat ballads, latin soul, early R&B or others - and the northern scene was none the worse for it. For me, the sheer power and haunting moodiness of Someday was a far cry from the sounds which initially attracted me to the soul scene. It embodied the new game, at least certainly marked a pivotal point in the future direction of my personal musical appreciation. It was probably around 2012 when I really started to dig into the history of The Tempests. The drive was not only the quality of soul music output by this band and the popularity of their recordings. I was conscious that knowledge of the band’s history was limited, despite The Tempests being such a regionally popular act of that era. Connecting with Van Coble, bass player and co-writer of I Don’t Want To Lose Her helped to rectify some of that. With his assistance, I initially pulled the story together in brief as part of a wider collection of biographies for the book It’s Better To Cry. Through ongoing communications with Van and other musicians in North Carolina, it was clear that there was so much more of the Tempests story to be told. To capture it all, working with Van Coble and drummer Nelson Lemmond (who sadly passed away during the latter part of the writing process) was essential in giving the project real momentum, supplemented by some thorough research and connection with other surviving band members, relatives and industry figures. So, seven years on, here it is. This isn’t exclusively a “northern soul” book, nor is it just a “beach music” book; though the content will appeal to serious record collectors and fans of both genres, as well as to those curious to learn more about how soul music took hold in the south eastern states. As the back cover says: “….In the mid-1960s, North Carolina was feverishly embracing the soul explosion. From emerging local R&B acts came The Tempests, a racially integrated band which stood out from the rest. Featuring an African-American lead singer with a commanding vocal presence and talented white musicians from a range of backgrounds, their powerful soulful delivery and tight rhythm and horn sections could not be ignored. The Tempests attracted the attention of the music industry through energetic on-stage performances and quality studio work. They would soon become a booking agent’s go-to for sharing the billing with national soul stars on tour in the south east. Part heavily researched narrative and part first-hand oral history, The Tempests: A Carolina Soul Story explores how soul music took hold in the Carolinas, the origins and influences of the band, their recording period with two major labels, hectic touring schedules, and the inevitable split. But that’s only half the tale. Those early experiences shaped careers in song-writing, studio production and musicianship in popular music which continue to influence others to this day. Then there is the latter-day rediscovery of the Smash-Mercury recordings by a UK underground soul scene and formal recognition of The Tempests’ contribution to soul music following induction into the Carolina Beach Music Hall of Fame…” Copies of The Tempests: A Carolina Soul Story can be reserved via the pre-order facility exclusively from A Nickel And A Nail, the UK-based independent bookstore specialist in soul, R&B and related literature. Release date 15 July. All pre-orders will be despatched as priorities during the week commencing 15 July. Link for order details https://a-nickel-and-a-nail.myshopify.com/collections/books/products/the-tempests-a-carolina-soul-story-e-mark-windle Product info: new paperback, biography, 168 pages, approx. 80 colour and B&W illustrations. Dimensions 15x23cm.
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  12. News/Article/Feature Highlight: The Tempests: A Carolina Soul Story - a new biography by E. Mark Windle out this summer 2019 View full article
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  13. 60s soul / R&B 45s sale Postage UK £3, Europe £6, elsewhere £10. Payment via Paypal please. The Tempests – Would you believe – Smash White demo ex £25 The Tempests – What you gonna do / I cant get you out of my mind – Smash ex £25 Don and Juan – What I really meant to say – Big Top (pen mark on label) ex vinyl £20 Eddie Carlton – It will be done (vocal and inst) – UK Cream – company acetate - £30 Bob and Peggy – I’m gonna love you my own way / Everybody’s talkin – Peacock ex £15 The Dramatics – Your love was strange – Volt ex £15 Peggy Gaines – Playboy – Hit vg plus £15 Billy Stewart – Sitting in the park + 3 – UK Chess EP (no pic cover) vg to vg + £10 Dusty Springfield – What’s it gonna be – Philips ex £15 with company sleeve Joe Simon – Long hot summer – Sound Stage 7 ex £10 Outsiders – Time won’t let me (+3) – Japanese Capitoil 7” mini LP with pic cover ex £20 Barbara Acklin – Just aint no love / Please sunrise – Brunswick ex with picture cover £15 Jackie Ross – Honey dear / We can do it – Chess with company sleeve ex £10 Charles Sheffield – Its your voodoo working – Excello reissue ex £10 Little Milton – Who’s cheating who / Ain’t no big deal on you – Checker with company sleeve ex £7 Little Milton – My baby’s something else / Your people – Checker with company sleeve ex £7 Slim Harpo – Baby scratch my back / I’m gonna miss you – Excello vg+ label pretty grubby, vinyl fine £10 Jimmy McCracklin – Think / Steppin’ up in class – Imperial vg+ to ex, with company sleeve £10 Jimmy McCracklin – Bitter pill / head over flip – Imperial ex £10 Johnnie and Joe – You said it and don’t forget it / Across the sea – Chess with company sleeve ex £10 Little Milton – let’s get together / I’ll always love you – Checker ex with company sleeve £10
  14. A Nickel And A Nail have pretty much all of Dave Rimmer's Soulful Kinda Music series of discographies in stock, including his latest Philly soul one. Blurb and order details via the link below. Quote FREEPOST1 for free UK delivery. https://a-nickel-and-a-nail.myshopify.com/collections/books/products/the-soulful-kinda-music-guide-to-philadelphia-soul-dave-rimmer
  15. 70s and 80s soul sales Postage UK £3, Europe £6, elsewhere £10. Payment via Paypal please. All US originals unless stated. Bobby Womack – Daylight – United Artists ex £12 The Dells – All about the paper – 20th Century ex £12 David Ruffin – Walk away from love – Motown vg++ £10 Omni – Keys to the city – Fountain ex £10 Sam Dees -Child of the streets – Atlantic vg+ (flip side lesser cond) £5 General Johnson and the Chairmen – Don’t walk away – Surfside ex great version of the General Johnson Arista track ex £12 Cornelius Bros and Sister Rose – I’m so glad – United Artists vg + £5 Jackey Beavers – Never found a girl – Seventy Seven ex £10 Charles Brimmer – Show and tell – Hayleys ex £10 Bobby Womack – Nobody wants you when your down and out – UK UA ex £7 Doris Duke – Feet start walking – Canyon ex £5 The Nights – Let there be love – Little Star ex £5 AND…. one LP: General Johnson – Same – Arista 1976 LP (incs “Don’t Walk Away”) ex vinyl and cover £10

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