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About ady of newark

  • Birthday 07/01/1967

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  • Public Real Name
    Ady Crampton
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Present 70s Soul Funk & Disco on Radio Newark & also Acacia Radio (Annesley). Lifelong Nottingham Forest supporter, scooters, and ex-Tuba player for Newark Town Band.
  • Location
    Newark on Trent
  • Top Soul Sound
    Byrdie Green - Don't Make It Hurt

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    adriancrampton
  • Discogs User Name
    adrianc

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  1. Have you heard Eleanore Mills' latest release HIgher Ground yet? Eleanore Mills’ recording career began with the release of what has become a very collectable LP issued on All Platinum’s subsidiary label Astroscope. Her seductive powerful sound caught the attention of Norman Connors and Roberta Flack who were both keen to work with her. Throughout her career Eleanore has continued to experiment and adapt, both embracing and driving changing music tastes and is still writing and recording. http://shinyl.co.uk/2018/07/26/eleanore-mills/
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  2. US singer / songwriter from New Jersey, Billy was a member of The Broadways, The Moments and Ray, Goodman & Brown, and was also a staff writer at Sylvia Robinson’s All Platinum label. Billy is currently recording, assisted by the legendary George Kerr http://shinyl.co.uk/2018/07/07/billy-brown-ex-moments-and-ray-goodman-brown/
  3. It's just 8 weeks until the Blackpool International Soul Festival No 4 and ahead of hi performance, Randy Brown chats about his life in music and his return to the UK http://shinyl.co.uk/2018/07/07/randy-brown/
  4. Cheers, it was footage of the group i was looking for. I interviewed lead singer Billy Prince last night for broadcast on UK radio and he was saying how they’d done some TV appearances, one on the same bill as Otis Redding, but there was no footage of them that he could find, and i thought that if any clips were in existence, someone on here would know :-)
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  5. American singer and film/TV actor Dean Parrish, born Phil Anastasi in Brooklyn NY, is probably best known for his northern soul anthem I’m On My Way which became famous for being the last record that was played after each soul all-nighter at Wigan Casino. Here Dean recounts his life in music and his love of the UK soul scene and announces his brand new 45 release through UK label Static Wax records. http://shinyl.co.uk/2019/01/04/dean-parrish/
  6. Desperately seeking video footage of The Precisions, I know they got TV airtime in the late 60s - does anyone have any footage tucked away please? Ta muchly Ady
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  7. Archie Bell & The Drells of Houston, Texas were one of the main acts on Philadelphia International Records with hits including Tighten Up, I Can’t Stop Dancing, Here I Go Again, Soul City Walk and Don’t Let Love Get You Down. Still recording and performing Archie chats with Ady about his career: http://shinyl.co.uk/2019/04/04/archie-bell-of-the-drells/
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  8. Lee Fields, or ‘Little JB’ as he is often lovingly referred to in reference to his physical and vocal resemblance to James Brown, is a singer/songwriter/producer who released hi first single in 1969 and has remained active ever since. Currently fronting The Expressions, his latest LP ‘It Rains Love’ was released on April 6th 2019 packed with his trademark Lee Fields sound. Lee and the Expressions will be performing several dates in The UK this year, beginning with May 2nd in Cambridge. You can hear his chat with Ady here: http://shinyl.co.uk/2019/04/07/lee-fields/ Buy his new LP here https://bigcrownrecords.com/store/it-rains-love/
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  9. Recording in the 60s under her maiden name of Deniece Chandler, Deniece Williams is a grammy award winning singer songwriter and producer who achieve success in the 70s and 80s with songs such as Free, Let's Hear It For The Boy and duetting with Johnny Mathis, Too Much Too Little Too Late. Here Niecy chats with Ady about her life in music and love of gospel http://shinyl.co.uk/2019/03/27/deniece-williams/
  10. After winning a talent contest in Detroit aged 13 Carolyn, already an accomplished songwriter with a stack of original compositions under her belt, spent the early hours of her 14th birthday recording her debut single for Motown, a self penned track called Forget About Me. Carolyn went on to record as part of the all-girl group Hodges, James, Smith & Crawford and also Hamilton Bohannon and also as a solo artist on Philadelphia International records, Chicago’s Mercury records and latterly Motorcity records. You can hear her chat with Ady here: http://shinyl.co.uk/2019/03/15/carolyn-crawford/
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  11. Their career spanning four decades, the Pointer Sisters achieved mainstream success during the 1970s & 1980s and their repertoire has included such diverse genres as pop, disco, jazz, blues, soul, funk, country and dance. The group began as a duo in 1969 when June and Bonnie began performing in clubs as a pair. Shortly afterwards Anita joined them, followed by Ruth in 1974 You can listen to our conversation here: http://shinyl.co.uk/2018/11/30/bonnie-anita-pointer-of-the-pointer-sisters/
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  12. Solo artist / musician / singer / songwriter Barbara Roy (nee Gaskins) first release came in 1963 as half of Barbara And Brenda. Following a short time as a session musician Barbara was asked to join NY outfit Ecstasy Passion & Pain as lead vocalist, guitarist and songwriter. Barbara went on to record as a solo artist through the 80s and was a member of US supergroup ‘Togetherness’ alongside Will Downing, Rochelle Fleming, Loleatta Holloway, Toney Lee, Ray Simpson and Fonda Rae Click the link below to hear the interview conducted on 16th July 2018 http://shinyl.co.uk/2018/07/07/barbara-roy/
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  13. With over 65 years in show business Tommy Hunt is one of the original pioneers of “Rock ‘n’ Roll”. In the late 50’s he was a member of the sensational doo wop group, “The Flamingos”, before embarking on his solo career in 1960. Tommy Hunt has worked alongside all the greatest artists such as Jackie Wilson, Marvin Gaye, Ray Charles, Diana Ross, The Sherelles, Dionne Warwick, Chuck Berry, Sam & Dave but to name a few. In the 1970’s Tommy became a household name within the UK Northern Soul Scene, regularly appearing live at The Wigan Casino. He was inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall Of Fame in 2001 as well as into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2000 and the Doo-Wop Hall of Fame 2001. Now well into his eighties Tommy Hunt shows no signs of slowing down. An honorary Brit, Tommy resides in Yorkshire and still regularly performs across the UK and Europe and continues to record new tracks. 2018/19 sees the release of The Tommy Hunt documentary as well as an updated version of his Autobiography available at Amazon You can listen to our chat at http://shinyl.co.uk/2019/02/15/tommy-hunt/
  14. Ruby Andrews is a singer / songwriter from Chicago who released 3 albums in the 1970s. Ruby headlined this year’s Northern Soul Survivors weekender at Skegness and now owns the iconic label Zodiac that launched her career. Clink the link below to hear the interview dated 21st May 2018 http://shinyl.co.uk/2018/07/07/279/
  15. Crème de la Crème Sunday chillout for the best in rare and underplayed soul music with residents Mark Hopes, Cressy, Ady Crampton and John Everard plus guests. 2pm til 8pm at the Acacia Centre, free entry, large dancefloor, cheap beer record sellers welcome

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