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  1. A bit of a departure for me this is a mix of sweet, deep, ballads and low rider style 60s soul. Enjoy!
  2. With the turntables re-serviced and the mixcloud account re-activated I will now be posting up some mixes for your pleasure. First episode features some rare, hardly rare and rarely heard 60s soul, including tracks from Dean Francis & the soul rockers, the Four Monitors, Little Roger Hatcher and many more. Link now sorted! Thanks Mike.
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    I don't usually do the social media thing but just have to say a big thanks to Joan and Phil for having me and to all the Grumpy Soulsters for putting up with me. I loved it and we all had a great time once again. Our lot were paying homage to Shotts a little too literally (SHOTS at the bar!). I have broken another of my rules and posted my sets in the playlists section on here, as requested by Colsoul.
  4. My playlists from the fantastic Grumpy Soul night on 6th April 2019. Set 1 Bernard Williams and the Original Bluenotes – Focused On You - Harthon Gene Redding – I Got Soul - Bell The Dramatics – All Because Of You - Sport Dean Francis and the Soul Rockers – Tippin’ - Hillside The Kelly Brothers – Crying Days Are All Over- Sims Anna King – Mama’s Got A Bag Of Her Own – End Fantastic Four – Can’t Stop Looking For My Baby – Ric Tic Bongalis – Undercover – MS The Volumes – Ain’t Gonna Give You Up – Karen The Four Monitors – The Dark Side Of The Ghetto – Roker Gwen Davis – My Man Don’t Think I Know – Sound Stage 7 Mighty Joe Young – Suffering Soul – Webcor Bonnie Brisker – So Much Loving – Magic City Little Rodger Hatcher – Get A Hold Of Yourself – Del-La-Northern Set 2 Jack Montgomery – Baby Baby Take A Chance On Me - Revue Dorothy and the Hesitations – Trying To Work A Plan – Jamie Sandra Richardson – Stay Here With Me – Inter Soul The Dramatics – Your Love Was Strange – Volt Doni Burdick – Bari Track – Sound Impression Calvin Leavy – That’s Where I Am – Soul Beat The Incredibles - Miss Treatment - RCA LP (Canada) Steve Mancha – Friday Night – Groovesville Clarence Hill – A Lot Of Loving Going Around – Mainstream Milton Wright – Like A Rolling Stone – Satiron Lorraine Rudolph – Keep Coming Back For More - Jetstream Johnny Moore – Lonely Heart In The City – Blue Rock Moses Dillard – I’ll Pay The Price – Mark V Popcorn Wylie – Hanky Panky - Carver from Grapevine LP Major Burkes – Break These Chains – Gulf Darrell Banks – I’m Knocking At Your Heart –Outta Sight
  5. Well that's a downer. Was looking forward to our first trip down and we have two pre-paid hotel rooms. Can't make July 11th as we are doing Berlin weekender. Have you got any future dates and I will try and get the hotel to move the booking. Keith
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    100 Club 'Nighter

    Ady, On behalf of Scottish bampots Steve, Helen, Carol and myself, I must say that we all agreed it was indeed a corker and well worth the journey. With most of the old guard missing and never having heard Tomas, Chris or Pat before we didn't know what to expect. What we got was a great selection of music with just the right mix of up-front stuff, recent biggies and quality classics across all styles. The up-for-it and appreciative crowd keep it going right to the end. We will be back - and we might invite Jock next time!
  7. All the best on your birthday Andy.
  8. Godzilla, We visited Chicago in 2010 and had a great time. Would recommend that you get one of these multi-day transport tickets which gets you unlimited travel on trains and buses all over the city. If you are lucky windy city soul club at the empty bottle will be on when you are in town, a fantastic Saturday night of northern where £5 records and £500 records are played side by side to a packed dancefloor. We also visited "soul night" at Danny's Tavern Bucktown which was on the first Wednesday of each month, really more of a funk night in the back room of a bar, with original 45s all night and again packed out. Jimmy Burns is host at Buddy Guys most Monday nights which features his band and an open mic session. The night we visited Buddy Guy turned up for an impromptu show and Holly Maxwell did a turn on the open mic! If nothing else you can meet a rare soul legend and the soul food is not too bad either. Jimmy is on at least twice a week in Chicago try jimmyburnsband.com for his schedule, and no he does not have any copies of "I really love you"! You could also visit Chess records at 2120 Michigan Avenue. This is now run as the Willie Dixon Blues Foundation and is not particularly great for soul fans-but it is still good to visit the legendary building. The John Hancock tower has great views of the city and if you get really bored there are quite a few record stores to fill up your day! Shoebox

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