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  • Birthday 30/05/1964

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    Neil Page
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    Tobi Legend - Time Will Pass You By

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  1. Neil P coming out of hibernation to post my playlist for the night: The Ideals - The Mighty Lover - Boo-ga-loo Miss D.D. Phillips - Hey Little Girl - Evolution demo Brice Coefield - Ain’t That Right - Omen demo Lena Junoff - Yesterday Has Gone - UK Olga demo Kenny Carlton - Lost And Found - Blue Rock Dee Dee Warwick - Worth Every Tear I Cry - UK Mercury Connie Stevens - Tick-Tock - Bell demo Larry Santos - You Got Me Where You Want Me (long version) - Evolution LP Jay and the Techniques - Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie - Smash (rarer yellow label) Rich and Merv with The Exciters - The Brown - Panamanian Loyola Jackie Wilson - Because Of You - Brunswick Silvetti vs Sinnamon - Don’t Hold Back The Spring Rain - 12” unissued acetate Busta Jones - Just A Little Misunderstanding - UK Spring Jimmy Mack - My World Is On Fire - Palmer demo The Poppies - There’s A Pain In My Heart - Epic demo Dena Barnes - If You Ever Walk Out Of My Life - Inferno demo Rosetta Hightower - Pretty Red Balloons - French Maxi Serie Gemini (copy previously owned by ORTF) Alaina Reed - Don’t Let Me Fall In Love Alone - Capitol Roy Hamilton - The Panic Is On - UK MGM Gene McDaniels - Hang On Just A Little Bit Longer - Liberty demo
  2. It's uncredited (just "Instrumental" on the label), but is the B-side of a pop record by a group called The Stitch In Tyme. Canadian release on the Yorkville label. Scan attached - remember having it on a tape covered up as Billy Jackson Orchestra "If It Takes Forever"
  3. Yeah I sort of remember listening to Solid Soul back in the day - tho' I must admit, my favourite pirate of the time was a comedy station called Radio Veronica (probably best known for the Bradford Ph@rting Contest sketch) - northern content, they often played Andre Brasseur "The Kid"
  4. soulAdequateNP

    Skeg 2013

    Pictures from Butlins Skegness weekender 2013
  5. I feel my ears burning Yip I still get around every now and then, in fact I'll be at Mojo Rising in Sheffield tomorrow .... sadly the legendary box flashed its last and fell to bits many years ago - so when DJing I carry a more traditional steel one ..... was it really 30+ years ago Neil (definitely older, hopefully wiser)
  6. For info, this is the real 3683:
  7. Now that really is a nice one - I believe it's album only as far as US and UK releases are concerned?
  8. Sly and the Family Stone "Dance To The Music" on a US Epic demo, £3.50 from JM
  9. And we'll certainly get you in the mood for an allnighter!
  10. From a wrestling event at Doncaster Dome back in 2005 - unfortunately I don't think it's available anymore, just checked TNA's webstore and it's not there

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