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About ZootSuit

  • Birthday 28/05/1949

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Poker,Quantum Mechanic,Hoticulture
  • Location
    The Hub of the Universe
  • Top Soul Sound
    This Heart of Mine - Artistics

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  1. Luton contingent of one, me, going LOL
  2. ''A pair of scissors, sellotape, elastic bands, plain white paper for drawing, pencil sharpener, string, batteries, camera film, paper clips, sticky back plastic for backing books, Tupperware containers for domestic science, a tape measure, empty washing up bottle for water fights, envelopes and stamps for Blue Peter competitions, an umbrella, safety pins, United biscuits (we had one pack per week), by the time I got there, they'd gone. Felt tip pens that weren't dried out, a working biro, a pencil with a lead in it, plasticine that wasn't just brown, elastic, plasters, light bulbs, a bag of any sort, Germoline, paper, plastic, carrier, matches, glue of any sort.....'' Izal toilet paper.....so crisp is shattered wiping your bum. No central heating.......my old man had it fitted after the great freeze of 1963/4 ?. Record player n TV.....not till 1963 in our house, just in time for Ready Steady Go, used to watch Popeye at a M8's drum. We, my parents, still had a mangle in 1955, used to reside in back garden (launderette was a French word :)), if I rem correctly it was still used occasionally in 1960's. Remember first sliced bread, bloody awful then, bloody awful now, milk were delivered on a float pulled by a shire horse, THIS is in London, Edgeware, Holmstall Avenue in 1955. NOTE We never had Tupperware, Tippex, Felt tip pens, Biros, Araldite, Super Glue, Double Glazing, plastic bags etc they did not exist DOMESTICALLY in 1955 :).
  3. Another of the originals gone, will be sorely missed .
  4. ZootSuit

    NVM

    Yep, living room and hall deffo NOT the kitchen :).
  5. Deffo an oldies night, look at age of DJ's LOL ( Mr B from Luton Kevin )
  6. Looking forward to this one, especially as Kimbo Parke is guest DJ...his first spot
  7. I'll have to dig it out, but I have the issue in which Tim Brown reviewed Take a chance on me - Jack Montgomerey and valued it at £20, think it may be first issue, anyway I'll dig it out, (its been abeen a long time but there may be 3/4 others) , however the copy I do have somewhere is yours if you want it :).
    Brilliant !!!! , just got home.
  8. ZootSuit

    ATHLETIC SOUL ALLNIGHTER

    Always worth the trip up from Luton, niter even more so !!!!!!!!!.
  9. ZootSuit

    Northampton Spinners

    Was
  10. Living room, last night Supremes/Temptations - Uptight - TMG UK Vernon Garrett - Shine it on - Kent US Yvonne Vernee - Just like you did me - Sonbert US Jackie Wilson - The Fountain - Brunswick US Denise LaSalle - Love Reputation - Tarpon US Veniece - Stepchild - London UK Edwin Starr - Double 00 Soul - Ric Tic US Marvin Gaye - Need Somebody - TMG UK Artistics - This Heart of Mine - OK US Platters - Washed Ashore - StateSide UK Gene pitney - Heart breaker - StateSide UK Honey bee - Johny Johnson & Bandwagon - StateSide UK Arthur Conley - Keep on talking - French ATCO Johnny Taylor - Blues in the night - French Atlantic Curtis Lee - Is she in your town - Kent UK Len jewell - Betting on love - Soul City UK The Packers - Hole in the Wall - Soul City UK Platters - Love you 1000 times - Stateside UK Tony Clark - Landslide - Chess UK Billy Stewart - Old man river - Chess UK Bobby Womack - What is this - Jay Boy UK Fidels - Try a little harder - Jay Boy UK Phillip Mitchell - World needs more people like you/ Build Calfornia Jay Boy UK Val Palmer - Back in my arms - Twin Hits US Nolan Chance - Just like the weather - Constellation US
  11. Sad news indeed, but what a legacy he's left us
  12. Not been for a while, NOT my choice, be good to see all the faces again :), Really looking forward to this one.
  13. Thought I were the only old fcuker still going, missed wheel by a couple of months, long story, 28/5/1949 AND I've dropped em a line, told em the dosh, as I'm a pensioner , will be handy.

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