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About Alan J Graham

  • Birthday 23/09/1966

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  • Public Real Name
    Alan Graham
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Soul<br /><br />Funk<br /><br />Psych<br /><br />R&B<br /><br />Jazz<br /><br />Ska<br /><br />Latin<br /><br />The famous CFC<br /><br />British / French cinema of the 60's and early 70's<br /><br />British cult television of the 60's and 70's
  • Location
    Oxford
  • Top Soul Sound
    Clydie King - Soft & Gentle Ways

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    Alan J Graham

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    Notre Dame Hall Leicester Sq

    While searching for a particular flyer - that I failed to locate - I stumbled across this; another '80's Notre Dame Hall promotion. When was this; '84?
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    Notre Dame Hall Leicester Sq

    I enjoyed Friday night sessions at the Notre Dame Hall during the first half of 1983 - sadly it was raided during July (IIRC), and that was the end of that!
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    April Silver

    The Brymers story sounds logical. Several US garage bands covered this tune (the Stones back catalogue being standard fayre), although i don't think i know of another female vocal version. I heard it at soul nights around London / Essex in the early 80's and have always prefered it to the Wayne Gibson version.
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    Your First

    SOUL BROS INC "PYRAMID" £100 APPROX 1990 . FOR YEARS I THOUGHT THAT WAS TOO MUCH . THERE WERE ALWAYS COPIES AROUND AND THE GOING PRICE SEEMED TO REFLECT IT BEING A CURRENT 'NIGHTER SOUND . DON'T THINK THE PRICE EVER DROPPED MUCH AFTER THAT TIME .
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    Just Like Romeo & Juliet

    Ultimate Spinach "(Just like) Romeo & Juliet" (MGM)1969 This was a pop / psych band out of Boston , MA . Freaky organ led backing !
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    First Lp Bought

    The first Soul album that i bought was Mary Wells "Greatest Hits" . Picked it up from a second hand shop in Walthamstow during the summer of 1982 . I was already a fan of tracks such as "What's easy for two..." , but this collection introduced me to the wonderful "Honey boy" .
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    Weather Songs

    A few more ........ Nolan Chance "Just like the weather" (Constellation) Vernon Garrett "Shine it on" (Kent) Betty Turner "The winds kept laughing" (Crescent) Gerald Sims "Cool breeze" (Okeh / Tip Top)
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    Sweet William - Maybe Baby

    Nice to see this tune getting some recognition . I have had it on a George Sharp tape since '87 , not sure if it was a popular spin anywhere at that time , certainly cannot recall hearing it out myself . Have scanned my copy in case anyone needs to put a picture to the sound lol
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    Mr Floods Party Versions

    Not really , it doesn't have the jazz or psych influences that the self titled Mr Flood's Party album has . Titus Oates has more in common with southern rock .
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    Mr Floods Party Versions

    Titus Oates released an album "Jungle Lady" on the Lips label (no , honestly) in 1974 . Appears to be all self penned material and no sign of "Compared to what" .
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    Strangest Record To Be Played On The Scene

    This is certainly an odd track . They were a UK group , loosely fitting into the prog rock genre , but with a leaning towards a classical / Ennio Morricone sound . They had quite a prolific output through the '70's but nothing else that i have heard is of interest . Read somewhere that they performed a wild version of Cool Jerk on The Old Grey Whistle Test .
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    Cody Black

    A copy described as VG+ sold for $437 (£252) on ebay 02/01/06 .
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    Shadows And Reflections

    The Lownly Crowde "Shadows and reflections" (mgm) voc/inst UK mod / soul band The Action also cut a vocal version of this track for Parlophone in 1967 . Can't manage a wonderful scan of an mgm issue but here goes .
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    Few New Sales

    Watched a Little Melvin and the Boleros on ebay last month . Copy was listed as Ex cond. and sold for $158.05 after gaining 10 bids . Surprised me as i recall all the major dealers selling it quite cheaply (£15/£20) in the early 90's . Classy tune .


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