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Simon Child

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About Simon Child

  • Birthday 01/07/1959

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  • A brief intro...
    Loved soul since early teens. Regular visiter to the Casino back in the day. Don't attend venues anymore.

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    The gym,walking,socialising with friends and familey.
  • Location
    Dewsbury
  • Top Soul Sound
    Norman Johnson Our Love Will Grow

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  1. Hi Everyone I remember the Cats Whiskers in Meanwood. I went to the Alldayers there around 1976. It was a about 20 Minuets from Leeds Centre by Bus and Loads of us from Bradford used to go. Great Music and many tracks where what were also been played at Wigan. I remember Lesley Uggams - Don't You Even Care been played. I also remember either side of the Stage was a Cage for Go-Go-Dancers that my mate used to like to Dance in! Not Go-Go Dance I might add!
  2. I remember that clip very well as they had you all dancing to some dreadful record that was nothing to do with soul music!
  3. I managed to see the clip for the first time since it was shown originaly. I never remember it as been so acrobatic based but loved it all the same. Loved the way Kim spun - proper energetic. That said, there were lots of brilliant dancers on the scene back then, many who's footwork used to mesmerise me.
  4. Did anyone manage to see the clip of Footsee on Top Of The Pops on Facebook before it was removed. It is over forty years since I saw the clip. I know many hated the fact the Casino regulars were promoting an underground scene but, for me, although I had been going to soul clubs localy for some time the clip made me realise "I just had to go to Wigan" and I never looked back!
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    Bradford Soul Crowd in the 70,s

    Hear are some pictures of the Bradford crowd back in the 70,s

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