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Davenpete

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    You know the one - can't remember the artist or title, but it's great.

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  1. Jeanette HAS to be the worst - when I bought the last copy I had at Morecambe for £7 (the previous two I had were under a fiver) there were 20 copies in the box. I believe that Tim Brown used to have 350 copies of that dreadful Doug Banks rubbish, Dx
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  2. I could certainly see Ady being a top candidate for an award for the crucial work he's done for the furtherance of soul music over the years with Kent/Modern, the 100 Club and Cleethorpes etc - however that in no way detracts from Richard who thoroughly deserves this award and is of course a much higher profile figure amongst the general public. Dx
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  3. Personally I prefer the original version by Simply Red
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  4. Fair play - the best version of this classic to my mind...
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  5. I would've thought it a reasonable assumption that it's Tony Orlando, as in the old Wigan stomper 'Tie a Yellow Ribbon' : )
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  6. We managed her for RS and Kev over the weekend - lovely lady. Dx
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  7. Not James Brown - Stone Fox? - I know this was played (other side of Kansas City if memory serves). Dx
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  8. Plus of course pretty obvious, but Barbara Lynn's version of William Bell etc (much prefer WB) - Trying to love two. And Barbara Carr's god-awful version Clarence Carter's version of Messing With My Mind.
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  9. ...And a little off topic but Johnnie Taylor and Carla Thomas' brilliant duet version of Steve Mancha (etc etc etc) - think it cost me £1.50.
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  10. ...Or the other side of I'd Rather Go Blind - from Etta James...
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  11. How about Little Mac and the Boss Sounds' answer to Wilson Pickett from the Wheel...
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  12. Prefer Mel & Tim - but a great song nonetheless. Dx
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  13. I remember Bob Hinsley being somewhat bemused when I traded my Garfield Flemming 45 with him for his copy (knowing full well the difference in value) - it's a record that appeals to my doo-lally mindset when I'm really off my tits. Seem to remember hearing somewhere that at least some of the 'sisters' are blokes (Jerry Williams & Brooks Odell - ?) with their voices processed (a la Johnny Regae). Dx
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  14. I defy anyone not to like this...
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  15. And one that was once huge that I've never heard for years (still got mine somewhere)...
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