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    Correct DJ Times and Running order FRIDAY 20.30 Keith Fletcher 21.30 Dave Evison 22.30 John Poole Midnight Ginger 01.30 Ozz 3 Close SATURDAY 14.00 Richard Searling 15.00 Kev Roberts 16.00 Ozz 17.00 Derek Mead 18.00 Jordan Wilson 19.30 Yocki 21.00 Kev Roberts 22.00 Sean Chapman 23.30 Chris King 01.00 Ginger 02.00 Mark Freeman 03.00 Close SUNDAY 12.00 Richard Searling & Mark Freeman 14.00 Derek Mead 15.30 Danny Clegg 17.00 Roman 18.30 Blackpool Soul Club 20.00 Rod Allsworth & Jimmy Scriv 21.30 Kev Roberts & Ozz Midnight Close
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  2. My take for what it’s worth, still the country’s best attended nighter (500 plus) no pun ! I actually find stoke refreshing, especially when Andy Dyson drops unissued one off sounds next to absolutely incredible underplayed sounds like The Facinations ! Two rooms, plenty to go at from 70s floaters from Soul sam and Ted Massey playing straight from the heart. Add a pinch of Latin and top draw sounds from Sean, and experienced dj Chris King and John Poole plus guests making waves like Mick and the all nighter favourite Daz Dakin makes for hours of quality. I am sure there are really enjoyable nighters all over the country, but Stoke is and remains a firm favourite.
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  3. Pretty sure it was Greg Tormo who told me Johnny Hendley was in a mental institution, and in quite a bad way. Great reading chalky! Ozz
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  4. Another white record, Jay & the Americans - living above your head Keele late 80s, my first nighter, and this was just a killer song, I also looked thru the record sellers for bargains, which there probably was back then but out of reach to a 18 year old !
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  6. Doni is polish and still alive n well
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  7. Totally agree , that's talent !
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  8. I always thought it was a nervous condition, many moons had passed between 64-71 and it was just too much for him, maybe alcohol but still a shame that it happened.
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  9. Unsurprising about Gilbert, it was offered to him and he turned it down ! Personally I think Jackie is by far the version , wouldn't sell my demo ever, great record
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    Glad you enjoyed the wheel spot ! Best regards Ozz
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  11. Really sad news.
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  12. Let's clear this one up, first the torch records was indeed Minshull and Tot Johnson, Tot paid the rights to release this as a single, it's one of two versions , the king 45 is a different take (minus the organ riff ) the torch one has it tho, Brian Rae played this out via a jap cd early on. Tot wanted his own label, it was an ambition for him to put something out, he did it right and paid, he still has around 50 copies, he gives them to friends etc. if I remember both versions came out at the same time, I didn't know it came out on Kent ? But i don't really look at these "new "45s so that's the reason! Hope this helps !
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  13. Class record tho, I can see the issue topping 1k soon !
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  14. Wharfedale have a unusual ohm reading due to the x over inside the speakers , and not all amps run sweet at 4 ohm even if it says so on the box ! I'd get a 2ohm capable amp to be sure
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