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45cellar

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About 45cellar

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    Roger Blythe
  • Birthday 15/11/1954

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    Male
  • Interests
    Keen collector with 40 Years knowledge of Northern Soul records.
    I have been collecting records seriously since 1969.
    A large amount of singles bought via Soul Bowl list/visits during the seventies but still collecting via internet today.
  • Location
    DONCASTER
  • Top Soul Sound
    SANDI SHELDON - YOU'RE GONNA MAKE ME LOVE YOU

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  1. 45cellar

    Poll: Version Battle - Stubborn Heart

    My thanks as well to all who took part in this dilemma as both are fantastic records. Purely on personal taste as obviously there's no right or wrong choice. I absolutely love the Mirwood label and its output. However torn and after much deliberation I finally chose Ernest Mosley.
  2. 45cellar

    Soul Source Moderation Teams - Changes

    OK Mike. Welcome James Welcome Paul Look forward to the future of Soul Source. All the best. Roger
  3. I would say 60s as the same numbering sequence was used by PRODISA S.R.L. on some Tamla Motown Argentina releases before RCA Victor took over distribution. I have these; Tamla Motown TD-063-1 FOUR TOPS - I CAN'T HELP MYSELF / WITHOUT THE ONE YOU LOVE - TD-063-2 Tamla Motown TD-064-1 JR.WALKER - SHOTGUN / TUNE UP - TD-064-2 Tamla Motown TD-068-1 SPINERS - TOMORROW MAY NEVER COME / I'LL ALWAYS LOVE YOU - TD-068-2 Ob..
  4. 45cellar

    Alfie Kahn Sound Orchestra - Law Of The Land

    Yes, 1974 on the label. www.45cat also states May 1976
  5. 45cellar

    Della Reese RIP

    Very sad news. R.I.P. Della
  6. 45cellar

    Possibly THE Rarest Soul 45?

    Yes, even though "Nashville Matrix" didn't press discs their mark only tends to appear on records pressed other than "ARP" or Monarch.
  7. 45cellar

    Possibly THE Rarest Soul 45?

    Motown did use another Midwest plant besides "ARP". These have the "Nashville Matrix" rather than "ARP" as mentioned above. This Test Press looks to be from the other Midwest plant. So I wouldn't expect to see the "ARP" stamp.
  8. 45cellar

    News: Jerry Ross R I P

    Very sad to hear of his passing. He helped to create so many of the records we love. R.I.P. Jerry Ross.
  9. 45cellar

    Bunny Sigler R I P

    Extremely sad news. Another legend passes. R.I.P. Bunny Sigler
  10. 45cellar

    Al De Lory - Right On - German Capitol

    Just checked and I paid £11.70 in 2012 Approx £15 taking postage into account but still happy as it isn't that easy to find as Benji states.
  11. 45cellar

    Al De Lory - Right On - German Capitol

    Yes, very nice collectable. First time that I have seen it on french.
  12. 45cellar

    Velvelettes Demo label differences?

    No problem. Very nice on a DEMO, whichever pressing plant. Not many turn up that often, especially in top condition.
  13. 45cellar

    Velvelettes Demo label differences?

    Thanks for confirming I usually find that there are at least 3 different pressing plants for each release. The one below I would expect to find the "Nashville Matrix" Stamp. www.popsike.com As Robb points out, there were others involved such as RCA (Indianapolis) , etc.


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