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Jim G

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    Rory Gallagher
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    Soul music, Movies, videogames
  • Location
    Newton Aycliffe
  • Top Soul Sound
    Tobi Legend "Time Will Pass You By" (loved it way before it was 3 before 8!)

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  1. new link, the old one was ended by seller https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/C-O-D-S-CODS-SHES-FIRE-ON-KELLMAC-NORTHERN-45-NEW-SOUNDCLIP-Hear/383488605320?hash=item5949b3bc88:g:UWsAAOSwN6VegBeH
  2. Travesty. They won't opt for the government 80% wage offer. That tells you something about the business and how it is run. One thing no government can protect us against is other people. It is people who make decisions, act, help, support ignore etc. etc. Despite governmental best intentions, there will always be those who will not use the support. Many small businesses are not the angels we might think they are. They hide money, treat staff like s*** and don't care. Corporations are the same to some extent, but they have too much at stake and layers of management who will tow the line and support employees much better. There are some great people out there helping staff but there are many who don't. And lastly in these times, the illegal immigrants on cash only wages have no chance of support and will are likely to be futrher exploited. These are testing times.....
  3. WOW is all I can say. They have a ton of rare NM records for sale. Where have they been hiding all these years?!
  4. John Potts is better known as John Simons in his professional life, his business is here: https://www.johnsimonsconsulting.com/ He is a long time broadcaster, producer and many other things on radio. He works closely with Richard Searling and Kev Roberts. I have know John for nearly 50 years and know him as "Pottsy", as he is known to all his friends in the Newton Aycliffe area (were he is from originally). We all think his credit on the titles of Cold Feet is funny as f.!
  5. The Servicemen (I Need a Helping Hand) and Sam Fletcher have been regular as well. Good luck to him, when he bought them he wasn't to know what would happen to prices.
  6. Every JM lists quite a few records in Mint nick for Christmas. Does he have a secret stash?!
  7. Without doubt he was the biggest single contributor to what became the Northern Soul Scene. From Groove City records in Glasgow to Soul Bowl in King's Lynn, he was the biggest finder of records ever. RIP. and best wishes to your family.
  8. I have often said to friends when we talk about the old days how lucky we were. Born at the right time and able to go and experience many of the now legendary venues. The Torch, Pendulum, Leeds Central, The Mecca, the Casino (and others) were places we went. The Casino will always be my favourite for many reasons, it was brilliant. It gave me some of the best days of my life. From 73 until 78 was my time there, but it matters not when you went, if you were lucky enough to go there, treasure the memories.
  9. I know daft isn't it ! OVO is a cause of many an argument I guess. I posted as I was curious. There is another saying AVA "Any Vinyl Available"
  10. One for the OVO experts Should the Pontiac single be the one played at the OVO nights as it was our before the UA release. The one pictured below is my copy
  11. Some has bought it... A lot of money for a very average records rare or not. But that is the strange world of collecting, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
  12. According to this site that equates to £620 in 2019: http://www.in2013dollars.com/uk/inflation/1974?amount=60
  13. I would fly USA and pick it up if I paid that much

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