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    Tim Richmond
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    West Yorkshire
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    Working On Your Case-O'Jays

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  1. I've enjoyed this fabulous track from the Hotlanda 2 CD for many years, can't believe I can now own it on a 45! Keep 'em. comin' Sean. Tim
  2. Was lucky enough to see her at Manchester's "Band ON The Wall' a few years back, awesome, her daughters (I think) were on backing vocals, her brother on bass, real badass bass guy, been with her for years.What a show. Amazing output of great albums, it all started for me when Levine was playing 'Where Is The Love' , from the album all those years ago. RIP Betty.
  3. Parliament/Funkadelic at Belle Vue Manchester late 70s- oh dear. Turned out to be an 'anti tour' whatever that is.They were in army fatigues, jamming rock riffs. We were expecting the fancy stage show that was supposed to rival EW&F. Don't really know why we went, I never bought any of their records!! Tim.
  4. I saw them in Leeds last year, I guess it was 'just OK', but more like a tribute show. The Tops opened with that 'Acapulco' record- oh dear! All I could think of during the show was just how bloody good Messrs Stubbs, Ruffin & Kendricks were!! Not really the real deal without them. The Tops musical director/conductor was announced as 'Earl Van Dyke Junior' to a massive cheer. Tim.
  5. John Manship has a copy of 'Try Me' with 3 days to go- good luck!
  6. Nolan Porter in Blackpool a couple of years ago, but the absolute worst has too be Parliament/Funkadelic at Belle Vue Manchester, late 70s- oh dear, so bad. Tim.
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    OK, Okeh- you win!!
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    Ha, good banter, what about Minit?
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    What label is that on- Imperial, Polo or maybe Trebor!!! Tim
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    Our first visit, always looking for venues that avoid the 'top 500'/played out 'classics' etc- well, we've found one! Every DJ delivered top class sets of quality kinda mid tempo tunes, well done guys. Top tune for me- Delegates Of Soul/I'll Come Running Back. We'll be back! Tim & Christine.
  11. On Millennium eve, I played 'People Get Ready' as my first tune of the new Millennium, didn't take a lot of thought to choose it from all the tunes I had heard/owned over 40 years. He will always be 'the gentle genius' !!!
  12. Just seen this and played the sound clip- Artist: Unkown Artist A Side: You Know You're Wrong B Side: I Am Your Leader Label: DCT Format: 10" I thought I recognised it, after some thought, it's the title track from Walter Heath's 1974 album- "You Know You're Wrong Don't You Brother' on Buddha. Maybe Mr Manship ain't heard this album!! Anyone concur? Tim.
  13. The prospect of some unreleased Willie Tee stuff is exciting! Tim
  14. Lots of candidates on Don Covay's brilliant 'Super Dude' album- Leave Him. I Was checkin' out as she was checkin' in. Bad mouthing. Somebody's been enjoying my home. I wonder what was on Don's mind when he cut the album!!! Ha. Tim.
  15. It appears Lawrence Murphy was Darrell's personal manger according to Billboard's Talent Edition from 12/28/68 - Thanks for the info. Looks like individuals were credited as writers to receive royalties that were not due to them! I'm currently reading Chuck Berry's book, his first big hit "Maybelline' was written by him, but the Chess Brothers added Alan Freed , the influential New York DJ as a co writer, hmm.. can't think why they would do that! I suspect this type of exploitation was rife in those days. Tim.

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