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Modularman

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About Modularman

  • Birthday 10/08/1976

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    Male
  • Interests
    Northern Soul, 60s Club Classics, Boogaloo, Ska, Latin & R n B.

    Modernism begins at home.....
  • Location
    Wrexham

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  1. As other members have said on the site re. Bootlegs: "they were just doing it for the love of the music". B*llocks
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    Betty O'Brien

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    Betty O'Brien

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    Isley Brothers "110Th And Lenox" Does It Exist?

    From the 45 that is listed on eBay it states that 110th and Lenox Avenue is an instrumental take on Twist and Shout
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    Stax Volt Tour 1967

    Here's a full list of the tour:
  6. Howard Guyton for me too, a much more interesting arrangement IMO
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    Rev. Edna Isaac: Beautiful world

    Edit, sample, makes no difference, royalties should be paid and credit made. They are bootlegs, as in not officially licensed, if they contain a whole or sampled part of a song. Whichever way it's dressed up the original artist/publisher is being ripped off.
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    Rev. Edna Isaac: Beautiful world

    Here's the full original LP version for comparison with the 45 'edit'...
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    Rev. Edna Isaac: Beautiful world

    It's off this Greene Sisters LP 'Whatever's Fair' on Mankind Records: Greene Sisters The track is actually called - Theme For Sisters Greene (Build It Up) and has long Shaft style percussive intro and outro which have been edited out of the Moton 45. As for the legitimacy of the Moton 45 I don't know but I suspect it's a boot? Not heard of the JLM release either but the Mankind LP can be picked up cheap on ebay with a bit of persistence and luck!
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    45s used as stiffeners instead of cardboard

    We have a winner!!
  11. Received a record from the US today and opened it up to find that instead of the usual cardboard stiffeners the sender had used two other 45s each side of my purchase to protect it. Not that unusual as you used to see it a lot years ago and occasionally still do. Emailed the seller just to be sure he hadn't made a mistake and he replied that "I've stopped buying cardboard stiffeners and use old 45s out of a big box of $1 bargain bin junk". One of the said "junk" 45s was Alexander Patton - A lil lovin sometimes and another was Aretha Franklin - One Step Ahead, both near mint!! The other two were a Slim & Little Ann 45 and a thrashed copy of Ruby Andrews - Casanova, both probably deserving of the $1 bargain bin! Made me feel slightly better about the $24 postage charge! Anyone else been lucky and had a similar experience? One man's water and all that....
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    What is your genre?

    Last Night Changed It All (LP version)
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    Comedy Sale Of The Day

    Great tune but it should be in the 'under £20' forum section. Why would you pay a ton when you can pick up an issue minter off discogs for £15??
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    Silly Names, Pseudonyms, Aliases, Why?

    Why??


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