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  1. PP ARNOLD

    Mick was right .... Rod's way out of tune and his vocal is all over the place !!! The Wicked Pickett's original is far superior .... with Tami Lynn on female lead ... great film of him on Hollywood A Go Go
  2. Guetto Kitty = The Toys

    Kym, please tell us more about your time with Willie & the Mighty Magnificents ?
  3. Hopefully there is a member on here who has full access to that particular issue of Billboard and can reproduce that list of best disco or club. Also, having read most of the books on the story of discos in the US in the 70's , it leads to another quest...
  4. So, the "two different originals" should both have the Bell Sound studio stamp in the run out ... as Mr Manship asserts ...
  5. Anyone have one without the Bell Sound Studio stamp ?
  6. According to Mr Manship, this WAS booted in 1971 ...
  7. the song sounds so out of character for Chubby Checker .... and the vocal is almost a little too sophisticated and polished for Chubby. When I heard it back then ... and again now ... immediate thought was Big Dee Irwin ...
  8. Gene Townsel-im Walkin Away

    Just sold on ebay at $787.00 US ... Visual grade: VG, faint label wear ... http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/70s-Soul-45-Gene-Townsel-There-03...
  9. They are both good sides but I agree with you, the other side is better ... surprised a little that they preferred Cat Walk at the Torch ...
  10. Ron Shy - Don't You Know

    Lol ... the seller describes it thus : "hole was double punch but dnap" ...
  11. Ron Shy - Don't You Know

    Current ebay listing - look at the centre hole ... http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Ron-Shy-Dont-You-Know-Little-Star-Modern-Soul-45-HB-Barnum-Mega-Rare/132296687321?_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIM.MBE%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20140107090050%26meid%3D285459b639434...
  12. Which prompts the thought that maybe in the earliest days of the scene, the Sidney Barnes record was in fact known and possibly played a few times but then discarded as not quite making the grade and then Jerry Cook was discovered and the rest as they say i...
  13. Sidney Barnes to Jerry Cook is like Jimmy Breedlove to Paul Anka ...
  14. Yep, Sidney's version is very nice although to be honest the rhythm plods along to some degree and sounds as though Leiber & Stoller left the sound microphones for the instruments in the laundry while the orchestra played in the room next door ... whereas...
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