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  1. Les Reed also co-wrote this one
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  2. First picture is my wife Karen (Linney) at the top right with Dale (Cardwell) Tony Foulds wife next to her
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  3. Little Richard cut Get Down Get With It at Abbey Road
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  4. Apart from Cody Michaels you will notice that the fronting does not follow the backing
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  5. Same backing track ,same label different lyrics
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  6. Rossevelt Grier? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosey_Grier
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  7. Anybody remember this from a "Persil " advert? ( did anybody find out who it was)? persiladd.mp3
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  8. Ray Brown & The Whispers ? ( Australian Group)
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  9. this makes 2 boots Yum Yums on t'other side http://www.northernsoul45s.co.uk/images/large/HOLLY ST JAMES THATS NOT LOVE ABC WD 016 LARGE.jpg
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  10. DEpending on value rarity you could use these guys https://www.facebook.com/cuttingcorp/ oops here's the link to the video
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  11. another one from little Anthony sorry about the iffy sound & PQ
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  12. Never been able to make out what the invitations were mumbling on about in Ski-ing In the Snow, It always sounds as they were making up the lyrics as they went along, andas for wigans ovation the less said the better
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  13. It Is albeit a boot.pressing call it what you want
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  14. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Almost_Summer Almost Summer is a 1978 film directed by Martin Davidson, and produced by Motown Productions for Universal Pictures. It is the only Motown theatrical feature not to center on African-American characters. Though not successful at the box office, the film has since acquired a certain degree of historical importance because many observers consider it to be the first of a series of distinctive "youth-genre" films of which other, more prominent examples include Fast Times at Ridgemont High and The Breakfast Club.[
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