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About DaveNPete

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    You know the one - can't remember the artist or title, but it's great.
  1. What's your favourite End of Night finisher

    It's All Over - Charles Mann on ABC
  2. Records that never quite made it....

    As I'm sure everyone knows, the album is stuffed with good stuff - Keep on Climbing's great - like Just Walk in My Shoes too (got spins at Wigan, but never stormed it). Dx
  3. Records that never quite made it....

    Got a fair amount of plays at Bradford courtesy of Pat Brady. Dx
  4. Charlie Rich..

    This was played early on at the Wheel and on the mod scene I'm told. Dx
  5. What's your favourite End of Night finisher

    That'll give you a cheery ride home : ) Wonderous record though. Dx
  6. What's your favourite End of Night finisher

    Any Day Now. Dx
  7. Ann Robinson world of happiness

    Bird Walking was booted/released as the Emanons Orchestra. Dx
  8. Late 70's Jazz Funk Scene

    She's half of Moloko. She simply doesn't do a bad record...
  9. the greatest NORTHERN soul artist of all time

    Billy Butler and the Artistics have got to be up there somewhere. Dx
  10. Feel Good Friday - Get them up now!

    Shades of Blue... poppy or not, I always had a soft spot for this. And of course...
  11. J Manship Auction Results 11/10/2017

    Sam Dees ludicrous - remember selling mine for £20 (nigh on 30 year ago of course). Dx
  12. I believe that the Billboard 'Best Disco' label (so Kev told me) was based on claimed membership (200k+) and Billboard assuming that the members would all vote for their own club - had it been Troggs in Hull (yes there was one, with the same sparkly batcave d...
  13. those "sad" records you play late at night

    Johnny Gilliam 'Room Full of Tears' - hands down. Dx
  14. Quality control review panel...Motown

    I know that Brenda (and Patrice) had a deal where she paid for her own studio and production time (in exchange for a better royalty deal for the stuff that WAS released) - so getting her in the studio excessively meant that Motown were owed lots of money, mak...
  15. Morecambe 1984 Hearsay

    Remember RS playing Bobby Womack's Gypsy Woman and announcing it wasn't due for release in the states for three weeks. Fabulous allnighter. Dx