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Chris Turnbull

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    Chris Turnbull
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    Redmile, Notts
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    Frank Beverly If that's what you wanted

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  1. Me too, terrific
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  2. That is just brilliant
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  3. Reissue of this has caused a bit of a stir this week - what a tune, and nice feelgood clip to go with it - happy Friday all
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  4. Playing his cards close to his chest
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  5. Great stuff, love it
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  6. Brilliant story thanks Gilly - good luck with the book
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  7. Any remaining audio of those shows Gilly?
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  8. I used to have some tapes of Guy on Terry Christian's (Manchester) Piccadilly Radio show from the late 80's that were also very good I think he was a regular guest and used to play a few current northern tunes each time
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  9. I only came across it recently as well - had 'The Man' LP for years for 'It's only love doing it's thing' but not played it much otherwise. 'September when I first met you' another top track - well worth having the LP, loads on discogs
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  10. Continuing the Barry White theme, totally love this at the moment - tune
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  11. That's a great track Rick - just been checking it out on discogs and realised I've already got it for the other side 'Do the walk', so happy days - glad I didn't buy it again
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  12. Sorry to hear this - Whole Damn World surely right up there with the best of 70's soul Interesting piece here about the film mentioned in the article
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  13. In a similar way I've wondered recently how there are loads, and I mean loads of dance 12"s at the moment that sample old soul records without even mentioning the original artist on the label - often the track gets called a different name and credited to a different artist i.e. (and this is a very small sample - I can think of about 50 off the top of my head):- Secret Sounds / Al Kent - Come back home (JJ Barnes - Baby please come back home) Coeo - Like it is (Luther Ingram - do you think there's a chance) Chevals - La Bouteille / Under your command (Bataan - the bottle / Connie Laverne - can't do without you) Chevals - See you when I get my heart broken (Lou Rawls - see you when I get there) A bit like c/ups really How come they don't have to credit the original artist? Seem to recall in the 80's and 90's dance tracks used to say 'contains a sample from .......'
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  14. Rounding up a few bits not sold - all further reduced to shift. Please PM if interested. UK postage £2.50 first class recorded / £6.50 special. Overseas TBC. No hassle refund if not 100% happy. 1) Lorenzo Manley - Swoop down on you (Original Sound) Ex £20 SOLD Slight sticker mark on either side but otherwise very clean copy 2) Peggy March - if you loved me (RCA Yellow Demo) VG £25 Quite a few marks NAP apart from one small scuff that causes four light clicks about two thirds through. Nice clean labels plus clean original RCA sleeve 3) Tony Talent - Gotta tell somebody (Vando) VG+ £20 SOLD Vinyl a bit dull top side but plays great 4) Z.Z. Hill - One Way Love Affair (M.H.) M- £85 SOLD Lovely clean copy, both vinyl and labels 5) The Marvelettes - I'll keep on holding on (Tamla) VG+ £20 SOLD Bit scruffy looking but plays loud and clear 6) Garnet Mimms - Prove it to me (United Artists) VG+ £12 7) Merry Clayton - Gimme Shelter / Good Girls (Ode) Ex £25 Two great sides. Slight bubbling to top side label 8) The Orlons - Don't you want my lovin' (Cameo Parkway) M- £20 Lovely condition, shiny vinyl and bright clean labels. Superb dancer - check youtube clip below photo 9) Joe Moore - I know you like a book (CB) Ex £35 10) Darrell Banks - Somebody (somewhere) needs you / Baby what'cha got for me (Revilot Pink issue) VG £12 Bit scruffy, some WOL but plays loud and clear. Two great sides 11) Leon Haywood - You and your moody ways (Atlantic demo) VG+ £8 Superb soulful mid tempo beater 12) The Tams - Untie Me / Disillusioned (UK Stateside) £8 Visually about VG with lots of light marks and slight label fade but plays loud and clear
  15. Been enjoying this one again recently - John Edwards superb take on Ain't that good enough - happy weekend all
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