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  • Birthday 20/08/1948

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    Thomas Engle
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    Music email dpgroove@hotmail.com
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    Baltimore-Washington USA
  • Top Soul Sound
    Tommy Navarro 'I Cried My Life Away'

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  1. Auction ends Sunday 20 January, mega rare BUTLERS FEATURING FRANKIE BEVERLY "Because of My Heart" on original first label ROUSER (D.C.), original first pressing in nice shape. Not a boot or reissue, this is the real deal. Seldom ever shows up for sale in any kind of condition. Also auctions ending same day including SAPPHIRES "Slow Fizz" on ABC-Paramount, BOBBY COMSTOCK "Right Hand Man" on Ascot, ELECTRIFYING CASHMERES "What Does It Take" on Sound Stage-7, EDUCATORS BAND on DY-Rich, and more. Selling as DEEPGROOVESOUNDS on eBay since 1999 with more than 8,200 feedbacks - 100% positive. Honest grading, secure packaging, and customer-friendly service are the hallmarks of my business. Please write with any questions, and good luck with your bids! https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=frankie+beverly+butlers+rouser&_sacat=0
  2. When I first heard about GSP, I vowed I'd quit eBay if they ever forced sellers to use it. I never have, never will. My packing often gets compliments, and the thought of someone in a Pitney Bowes office re-packaging my rare vinyl would give me nightmares.
  3. Many good sounds listed above, but I would add a vote for George Smallwood & Marsh Mellow Band, "Just 4 You"
  4. I ship from Maryland and would never consider using their global shipping program. It is a horrible idea.
  5. Nice clean stock original is on ebay currently, auction ends Sunday 9 Nov.
  6. This is a correction to my previous posting that displayed an incorrect date in the title, which I am unable to edit. The auction closes on Sunday 20 July on the USA ebay site. This is a 7" acetate with the song title "I Want To Thank You." The reverse side is blank. The item number on the USA site is 151354371037, and it should also be showing on the ebay.uk site but may have a different number. I cannot find any evidence that this tune was ever released. Included below is a sound clip that allows you to hear a substantial portion of the song. Minimum bid is $150. I have been selling on ebay since 1999 with over 6800 feedbacks, with a 100% positive rating. U006A - I Want To Thank You - unreleased abbrev.wav
  7. CORRECTION - last week was 13 July (head slap).. the auction will close on 20 July. Sorry for any confusion. One day left in the auction, the item number is 151354371037 on the USA site. Should also be visible on the UK site. This came out of a storage unit in the Washington DC area where Danny spent approximately the last decade of his life. There is a sound clip allowing you to hear a substantial portion of the song. Minimum bid is $150. U006A - I Want To Thank You - unreleased abbrev.wav
  8. I found a couple 45s by Otis Redding that appear to be test pressings made in Baltimore at Recordings, Inc., and can't find any information about them anywhere... it seems like this might have featured the Upsetters backing him.. anyone have any info?
  9. Just now flipping though my collection of Washington DC singles and found another Aladdin record not previously mentioned, #5557 by the Nighthawks (Washington, D.C. blues rock band) entitled "Keep Cool" / "Red Hot Mama." There is a date on the label of Feb. 10, 1975.
  10. More on this great lady of MoTowN. I hope the link works. http://wamu.org/programs/all_things_considered/13/10/15/remembering_the_woman_who_gave_motown_its_charm#at_pco=cfd-1.0
  11. According to a Rockabilly Hall of Fame web page, Washington, D.C. rockabilly artist Billy Hancock bought (or leased?) the legendary r&b Alladin label from Leon Messner in 1974, after which he released one LP (Danny Gatton "Danny & The Fat Boys") and a handful of 45s including the Prince Geno single and also one by the Clovers before ceasing operations.
  12. Likely a phishing scam designed to get you to sign in and reveal your ebay password in order to manipulate your account..?
  13. If not already aware, interested fans may want to check out John Manship’s current auction list that includes an unreleased, blistering duet on 8” acetate by the duo of Debbie Taylor and Danny White from the Royal Studios sessions.

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