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  • Birthday 02/08/1972

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  1. TONY AMARO - HEY BABY/RUNNIN' AROUND - LOMA W/D (VG+/VG) £35 "Hey Baby" plays a solid VG+. "Runnin around" seems to have been played with a heavy stylus at some time as it appears to sound a bit muffled. Check the soundfiles. Labels tiny bit of wear but no wol, sol, etc. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Paypal only. Euro-wide P&P from Germany: £5.00  Outside Europe please ask for quote. Tony Amaro1.mp3 Tony Amaro2.mp3
  2. Thanks for the replies. By first issue I meant the first issue of the president release. There's also a second press from the early 70s.
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  3. Original sleeve for the first issue of Betty Everett - Getting mighty crowded on UK President. (I don't have a scanner at hand, this is just a pic I nicked off the net) I wonder is this sleeve common? Any ideas?
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  4. Tape swapping and later on CD swapping got me literally 1.000's of great (unknown to me) tracks. When we did the Soul Source CD swapping circle about 15/20 years ago, that was a real highlight. Still playing many of those CDs today.
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  5. Beside "Essential NW Soul Collection" Goldmine/Soul Supply released at least one other tape, "This is Northern Soul". From what I remember the order of the tracklisting is a bit different to the respective CD release. https://www.discogs.com/de/Various-This-Is-Northern-Soul/release/13595038
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  6. THE HYTONES - BIGGER AND BETTER - A-BET (VG) £370 Looks VG- but plays much much better, check the sound clip. Label bit worn but still nice to look at, small wol. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Paypal only. Euro-wide P&P from Germany: £12.00 FULL VALUE INSURANCE!  Outside Europe please ask for quote. Hytones.mp3
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  7. embarrassing and arrogant.
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  8. Mello Souls , Stay well clear of Arthur Willis Tribute . Though might buy one or all available copies and smash em .
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  9. http://www.anorakscorner.com/PressingPlantInfo.html Matrix Of Nashville - Nashville Based at 457 Chestnut Street, next door to Southern Plasctics (later URP) at #453. this company made metal parts for the local pressing plants - their work bears the stamped in italic, "Nashville Matrix" wording, sometimes confused as saying "Nashville Mains", due to a worn out stamper.
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  10. That Nashville stamp is 100% fake. Original stamp is very faint. And smaller. And looks completely different. Original Nashville stamp here
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  11. I used to have the reissue. Flipside was a beatiful beat ballad, Entertainers IV - My garden of eden. However it was credited to Kenard. Original has What Did You Gain on both sides, doesn't it?
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  12. It was reissued in the 80s using the original master. Original is from 69 or 70. Reissue has different flip.
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  13. Got my copy today. Brilliant. Was looking forward to having Tag Tag on vinyl finally. Am a happy chappy!
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  14. I thought Ann Nesby must be over 20 years old by now. It isn't. It's just 19 years old. But still sounds to me as fresh as when I heard it first time back then. These days I'm not into new/current/modern soul releases at all. They just don't do it for me. I got into the soulful side of house music in the late 90s/early 2ks. Plenty of amazing tunes were released back then. Come mid 2000's I found less and less tunes to my liking. Eventually I drifted away and focused back on 60s/70s tunes. However, there's one tune from the late 90s, infact 21 years old now that still does it for me. It's just perfect:
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  15. Just a short question. Does somebody know where the name "Tangeers" comes from?
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