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Stuart Raith

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About Stuart Raith

  • Birthday November 1

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Making Crop circles, Soul and,,,mmm... all sorts really.. too much to add ;-)
  • Location
    Lancashire
  • Top Soul Sound
    Nolan Chance

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  1. I didn't think he would need any money if he was in the Ukraine buying records so just deleted it
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  2. I spent many hours on the drawing board doing the graphic design, Pete and I had loads of fun doing these mags. Stan from Preston had agreed to do the artwork but Pete couldn't wait for him - so I got the job. I got paid a Magnificents demo, a Bill Lucas and some of the paper labels from Godin's record labels: Soul City, Soul Deep, Right On and the unreleased 444. All issue number one. Have them framed ;-) Thanks Pete, it was a pleasure!
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  3. THE FELLOWS - LET'S MAKE IT LAST / SHE'S ALWAYS THERE - SOLID HIT 110 This 45 looks like it been thrown down the Davison Freeway but I have to say apart from a few tiny clicks on the intro on the 'make it last' side, the 45 plays great. The fidelity of the recording and the strength of the vinyl are amazing. Loud and clear. Scratch a CD and you can forget it, not with this baby, kick its arse and it still sings. Go on make an offer, I'll give you your money back if not satisfied - and you will be! Tough stuff this Detroit plastic. This is turning out to be much harder to find than previously thought. A recent mint copy has just sold for £400. This Solid Hit release isn't that well known due to its obscurity. Both sides are great George Clinton productions and if these ain't the Parliaments I'll eat my Golden World demo's. Offers for £ or swaps ;-) Sound files attached. email me at stuart.raith@ntlworld.comfellows make it last.mp3 fellows she's always there.mp3
  4. Great night - was I there?
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  5. RIP Steve Mancha. Ady, Stuart RAith, Steve Mancha, Chris King and Gaz Kellett sometime in the eighties at Warrington Parr Hall.
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  6. What a great crowd, and a banging Yorkshire night... thanks for inviting me to DJ. Here's my playlist: EVERYBODY LOVES A GOOD TIME - MAJOR LANCE - OKEH TO LOVE - JENNIE RAE - MGM GOIN OUT THE WORLD BACKWARDS - TAURUS & LEO - VELVET SOUND GOOD TIMING - ALVIN CASH MARVLUS LISTEN, LISTEN - FOXY & SEVEN HOUNDS - WISE WORLD BAYOU TOWN - YOUNGBLOOD - TANGERINE MISS MY BABY - ROSE BATISTE - REVILOT SHING A LING THING - NAKED TRUTH - RCA LIKE TAKING CANDY FROM A BABY - SKIP CUNNINGHAM - 20th CENTURY KEEP ON KEEPING ON - NF PORTER - LIZARD DOCTOR GOOD SOUL - LANDY - MOONSHOT DEED I DO - MEL CATER - IMPERIAL I CAN'T WAIT - EDDIE TERRELL - ARGO WORKIN ON MY THING - QUICK BROWN FOX - ROULETTE LOVE CAN'T BE MODERNIZED - THE TRIPS - SOUNDVILLE AIN'T GONNA WALK YOUR DOG - OTIS WILLIAMS - OKEH STOP THE BABY - JAMO THOMAS - CONLO TRUE PATRON - QUEEN CITY SHOW BAND - POW ONE WAY STREET - SHORT KUTS - PEPPER WHO WALKS IN, WHEN I WALK OUT - ROSCOE SHELTON - SS7 GOOD GOODNESS - JOHNNY CASH - MGM WITHOUT FRIENDS - UNIVERSALS - MODERN I STILL LOVE YOU - FOUR LARKS - TOWER LOVE LINE - LUKE DAY - RENFRO Cheers for CD Paul
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  7. Yet again. What a whopper... Once a stick of dynamite is lit it can never go out, and it'll always go off with a bang. Good to see all the regulars. You are all giants ;-))Some stuff I played early doors... GROOVY WORLD - UNIFICS- KAPP FREE AT LAST - JAMES BARNES - GOLDEN HIT WHAT TIME IT IS - GENERAL CROOK- DOWN TO EARTH ONLY THING THAT SAVED ME- DARRYL CARTER - TTC BABY I LOVE YOU - SPURRLOWS - YAS THINK PEOPLE - VERNON GARRETT - GATOR SO LONELY-SANDRA LOPEZ-PHIL LA STAY GONE - MARK V UNLIMITED - SAGPORT REPUTATION - FOUR SHELLS - VOLT ONE WAY STREET - SHORTCUTS - PEPPER GET DOWN - HARVEY SCALES - MAGIC TOUCH RIGHT ON TIME - JIMMY CHURCH- SS7 BAYOU TOWN - YOUNGBLOOD - TANGERINE REACH OUR GOAL - RIVINGTONS - BATONMASTER I CAN'T WAIT - ERNIE TERRELL - ARGO STOP THE BABY - JAMO THOMAS - UK CHESS DEED I DO - MEL CATER - IMPERIAL SOPHISTICATED LADY - SUMITS - LASALLE SO GLAD - CARTER BROS - JEWEL I WILL LOVE YOU - RICHIE BARRETT - SWAN WORKIN ON MY THING - QUICK BROWN FOX - ROULETTE WHO WALKS IN - ROSCOE SHELTON - SS7 AIN'T GONNA WALK YOUR DOG - OTIS WILLIAMS - OKEH LONG HOT SUMMER - JOE SIMON - SS7 and finally... (just for the crack) BATMAN THEME - MARKETTS - WBPete, Joan sorry I missed all/some of your spots. Me and Penny had started to crack apart... we'd been at it since 9pm ;-))Long live the Cave!!
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  8. Ow ek - what ave I done... its only me from the neck upwards... honest, sorry ;-)
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  9. Thanks guys... I should have done your artwork years ago! Anyway... I'll leave you with this little thought, imagine how the bat cave would sound with this baby booming out! Now, who amongst us would dare play such a stormer? Looking forward to this months mayhem lads x KTF
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  10. Nice one Phil - my Jamo Thomas is screaming to play out ;-) drop me a PM or email me when you're ready.
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  11. Oh, and it goes without saying at this venue. Original vinyl only please. Well I'd like to try again. My first ever spot at Burnley was ruined by two things, a bloody mate who tried to re-adjust the bass on my 45s (I'm sure to Phil's annoyance) and a frigging Bat that chose to swoop al a Lorenzo Manley. My misses has promised to put her boots on and dance in a cage (if you can get one). Talk about sixties... phew, wait till you hear my Mike Post feat Kenny Bernard c/ups ;-)) Hope tomorrow kicks arse Phil, I've just come out of hospital so we won't be there ;-(( I need to take it easy for a week or so, see you in Feb! x
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  12. Hey up Dave - keeping up a good fight ;-) If I could close my eyes and dream of little pieces of vinyl with blank white labels scribed with big bold black felt tip titles that you knew weren't real, but somehow seemed just right! Guy H and yourself quietly elevated this post-Wigan venue into a huge version of Accrington's Spinning Jenny. The hunger for the underexposed 45 had to eventually surface with an almost aggressive fervour, a great intensity and passion for the 'secret-sound', the underdog who's day had dawned! If I could close my my eyes and see: Rob Marriott, Jimmy Wizz, Russ Coe, Stan, Barry W, Billy Mercer, Billy Stewart, Brad, Dave Molloy, Dave Alcock, Shaun Pawsey, Giz, Gilly, Jock and Colin, Stigger, Dean, Pete Lawson, Click, Tim F, Bernie Gouldin, Salmon, Gary Kellett, I'd say to them... lads 25 years is going to pass us by REALLY quickly. Wigan Casino was a previous incarnation, and all them fit birds we fell in love with will look much younger than we do in 25 years time ;-) Alas, this is just a snapshot of names and there were many more that made TOTW - top of the world. Stu Raith - aka Boogaloo Master, Lancashire A Go-Go, S*F stomper. Accrington Lancashire Available for DJ work. Playlist available on request. Includes master tape dubs from Hot wax, Invictus and So-Sho.
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  13. Has anybody noticed that the ice caps are melting, the bees are dying and the ozone layer is still thinning?
    • 120 comments
  14. It's bloody Stoke!
    • 36 comments

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