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    Donald Thomas" Calling me home"
  1. Oh yeah, he also had some other pop bits off me at the time like cindy lynn
  2. Er, i found the buckinghams in a thrift store in leeds circa 76 & gave it to Alan Rhodes to play at wigin. Sorry guys!
  3. Kool Blues Can we try love again Capsoul

    i picked one up out of a U.K sales box 18 months ago for £100, minter too. Lots around in iffy condition tho.
  4. 'Spot-light On' Nev Wherry

    I used to follow Nev at the Winter Gardens dayers & good fun it was too. He was, apart from being an all round great guy a very charismatic dj. One funny thing i'll never forget was whilst working for John Manship Nev was under strict instructions never t...
  5. Larry Allen - Can't We Talk it Over (Green Dolphin)

    i used to play it at the Winter Gardens 78 ish courtesy of Mr Raistrick, think i gave him Danny Monday for it
  6. patti williams

    just checked mine Eddie, well spotted, i've never noticed that before, got a minter off ebay last yr cherpy cherpy cheap cheap
  7. Willie Tee - One More Chance'

    sound more like Tom Jones to me
  8. Margie Singleton - Never Let Go

    But don't forget you said i could play it Ady . Sq? it bleedin brilliant

    spot on Geoff. again it will be top notch musicly & of course not bad socially
  10. Peterborough Allnighters 1980 onwards

    The Fleet was my first big niter gig circa 78/79 for Ken Cox. Big sounds for me there were things like Soul Communicators, Greater Experience, Perisians, Don Ray. Good fun but not too many records stood the test of time tho ,

    & i think for the better as on the whole quality is rising to the top , as with the Ascots

    i used to play it at the likes of Todmorden & Snaith, it was a warm up record cos it was so slow, oh how things change
  13. the accountant per chance?. Rob offered me the issue for £700 at a little club in hull circa 99, perhaps i should have scraped the dosh up
  14. The Greatest Record Finds Of All Time

    good read this book, funny how John La Monte is described as a "bit player" i mean he only had 40million 45's
  15. Unknown / newly discovered "Archie Bell" track

    well the good news is that it seems it's the "only " copy