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About 45cellar

  • Birthday 15/11/1954

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    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.
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    SANDI SHELDON - YOU'RE GONNA MAKE ME LOVE YOU

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  1. Back to Motown for this weeks Artist of the Week. During their time at Motown, they have provided us with so many well loved records.
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  2. This weeks Artist of the Week Celebrates the music of William Bell. William Bell Biography (Wikipedia) William Bell (born William Yarbrough; July 16, 1939) is an American soul singer and songwriter. As a performer, he is probably best known for his debut single, 1961's "You Don't Miss Your Water"; 1968's top 10 hit in the UK "Private Number", a duet with Judy Clay; and his only US top 40 hit, 1976's "Tryin' to Love Two", which also hit No. 1 on the R&B chart. Upon the death of Otis Redding, Bell released the well-received memorial song "A Tribute to a King". As a songwriter, Bell co-authored the Chuck Jackson hit "Any Other Way" (which was a cover since Bell issued it first) as a follow-up to "You Don't Miss Your Water"; Billy Idol's 1986 hit "To Be a Lover", which was first a hit for Bell under its original title "I Forgot to Be Your Lover"; and the blues classic "Born Under A Bad Sign", popularized by both Albert King and Cream. Although he was a long-time recording artist for Stax Records, he is unrelated to the label's one-time president, Al Bell. Read more at Wikipedia Official Site William Bell William Bell Discography (Soulful Kinda Music Link) >>> WILLIAM BELL <<<
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  3. Plus of course his Duets with Judy Clay
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  4. Duet with Mavis Staples
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  5. Here he is with Carla Thomas
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