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Chalky

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About Chalky

  • Birthday 20/10/1966

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  • Public Real Name
    Karl White
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Soul, Soul and more Soul
  • Location
    Chesterfield, Derbyshire, United Kingdom
  • Top Soul Sound
    Tommy Ridgely - My Love Gets Stronger - Int City

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    chalky101
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    Chalkster

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  1. There is no evidence of soul flip records on a company check, if it is legal they are under a different name but I somehow doubt it . Nothing on the label to say licensed etc and there usually is
  2. Looks a different set up to what I was thinking but still don't think they are legit. Probably some copyright infringement with the logo too. We did discuss them a while back.
  3. Its a boot, those who were jailed I believe behind it play the cd or the box set one, anything else a boot
  4. They were accidentally picked up by another DJ I think, he found them in his bag and text Eddie to say he had them. All will be returned that is all that matters.
  5. Eddie has posted on Facebook that his records have been found.
  6. LP only except for the odd foreign (Argentinian release). The Lp should be reasonable priced still.
  7. This scene is far too trusting, it is by and large very friendly but it attracts people from all walks of life and just like the real world its share of scumbags. There is a lot of shit that happens which a lot are unaware of and ignorant too, usually because they focus solely on the social aspect. But when you Dj, promote or have any involvement that goes further than simply turning up, having a dance and going home you get exposed to it and it isn't always pleasurable. Just about every Dj opens his or her box and trust those around them to not pinch anything but as Kev says there are opportunists about and given the chance they will be in. Juts about every Dj leaves there records under a table behind the decks, if you have a few Djs there is an awful lot of money up there and promoters need to up security now.
  8. Entry costs are far too cheap as it is, go to any other club scene and you pay far more. I'd sooner pay extra for a venue that isn't a flea pit, is comfortable and safe.
  9. The Dj area, decks etc should be a no go area nowadays. I know the majority are no threat but there is and always have been one or two who will rob their granny given the chance. Sadly they will spoil it for all.
  10. Pep had a handful taken from his box recently, Kitch had one lifted. Security for Djs is often non-existent but given the cost of the records often behind the decks it should be a priority.
  11. Same one or another? https://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auction-catalogues/omega-auctions/catalogue-id-srom10200/lot-562a5c3f-4714-43e2-bd48-ab6700b0c7fb?utm_campaign=auction-alert&utm_content=lot-image-link&utm_medium=email&utm_source=auction-alert
  12. PB is a west coast (US not UK) engineer/bootlegger as far as I lnow
  13. popsike are auction prices and probably the last indicator I would use. Discogs are actual sales and you can see the history so more relevant. Actual lists and the shop floor the best indicator of prices

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