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About autumnstoned

  • Rank
    Tape swappers fav
  • Birthday 14/07/1960

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  • Public Real Name
    Michael Byles
  • Gender
  • Interests
    My main interest is music - playing guitar - listening to and collecting records - going to all-nighters and soul clubs and travelling.
  • Location
  • Top Soul Sound
    Terry Callier - Look At Me Now

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  1. Feel Good Friday - Get them up now!

    I've a soft spot for this tune on my You Tube Channel.
  2. I'm not an expert but believe its correct to say that the first issue TMG's up to about 640, had "tall" typeface as opposed to compressed or square typeface of later TMG's, and the back of the "G" in TMG is flat rather than rounded. Top image seems to be tall...
  3. Dave Godin / Mick Jagger

    Apparently not by Bobby Womack - until the royalties started rolling in
  4. Twisted Wheel - Sounds ?

    I'm assuming that the UK bands who played live at The Wheel had their current and recent releases played at the All Nighters eg Chris Farlowe, The Alan Bown Set, The Action, Graham Bond, Georgie Fame and others? Dunno why but thought that Chris Farlowe's Thin...
  5. Twisted Wheel - Sounds ?

    There are some scans in the photos section of this site, of records played at The Wheel ( can't add link for some reason ) including this oldie:-
  6. Willie Tee - First Taste Of Hurt.
  7. Vinyl - Ex Sleeve - Good £7.50 plus £3.00 signed for post. Paypal as gift please. Nice album featuring Northern classic Stop And Get A Hold Of Myself. PM if interested Thanks for looking
  8. Mark E Smith RIP

    Very sad news. RIP Mark E Smith.
  9. If you were dj'ing to yourself

    Jay Vons - very nice tune and thanks for alerting us to them. The Mystery Lights , another New York band signed to Wick Records, are good too although a bit more 60's garage rock than blue eyed soul.
  10. Mod Girl Photograph

    Interesting photograph on The Guardian website apparently taken on the beach at Brighton in 1967. Wonder what those 45's are? https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2018/jan/13/the-great-british-seaside-in-pictures#img-15
  11. Possibly THE Rarest Soul 45?

    Think it means It's a closed group. You have to join the group to see discussion, post and comment.
  12. Big In My Front Room

    Think so - LP comes with free download of digital album, but no 7" vinyl so far as I know.
  13. Cover versions -The Good, The Bad, The Ugly ?

    Few more good un's:- The Action - Baby You've Got It b/w Since I Lost My Baby Junior Parker - Taxman / Tomorrow Never Knows Georgie Fame - Green Onions / Sweet Thing Ray Charles - Yesterday / Eleanor Rigby Bob & Marcia - Young Gif...
  14. Cover versions -The Good, The Bad, The Ugly ?

    The Good - Merry Clayton's fine version of Gimme Shelter. The Bad - The Who's version of Fortune Teller. I love the Who but never cared for their lumpen take on this. The Ugly - I'll have to get back to you on that one.
  15. Big In My Front Room

    This is pretty decent by him too if you haven't heard it:-

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