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About tobytyke

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  1. Best live performance

    in a similar vein to the little Anthony clip is Eddie Holman suited and booted singing "Hey There Lonely Girl" which is unbelievabley far better than the record If someone could post it please.
  2. Any northern records

    I think shes the wrong warwick. Hes after Dionne.
  3. Desert Island Stevie Wonder Song

    "Yesterme Yesteryou Yesterday" for me
  4. If I was granted one vinyl wish...

    Four Tops "This Old Heart Of Mine"!
  5. Lovelace Watkins

    And he has a record on Fontana "you Cant Stop Love" which seems to go for big money. Anyone heard it played at a northern venue?

    K16621A1 . Stamped in deadwax
  7. Neville Brothers "With god on our side" emotionally charged in a spiritual way more than a soulful way , One that makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand up. can anyone post?
  8. Dennis Edwards R.I.P.

    Always loved "Easier said than done". and Contours " So Hard Being A Loser" First Class!
  9. Top 10 All time Motown Dancers ?

    Every single track a winner !
  10. Cover versions -The Good, The Bad, The Ugly ?

    i think all three are great versions, and are a credit to the artists who must have loved the original versions as much as we all do.
  11. The Last DJ Spot.

    good cross section of sounds .How long was your spot?
  12. My UK ACTION 45 collection is now complete.

    Congratulations Dave! could you help me with Chosen Few "Funky Butter" Action 4623. Was this released? thank you.
  13. Sandi Sheldon - UK Epic

    Original UK issue. I think you should play it out!
  14. Want's list tracks on albums.

    First 12" single I ever bought was Archie Bell "Everybody Have A Good Time" 1976 on the label so id guess 75/76. could be the start of a new topic.
  15. What's your favourite End of Night finisher

    I remember early/mid 70s going to Northampton cricket club disco and they always finished with "Aint No Sunshine" Grover Washington jr which seemed a strange choice but went down very well!

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