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About Ahoy Sailor

  • Birthday 21/10/1974

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    whatever floats my boat...

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  1. Ahoy Sailor

    Oh dear

    How many of these “DJs” would still be buying and collecting records if they never got gigs - much prefer the European scene, across the board sounds at most places
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    Horse and Groom Doncaster Sunday Chillout 14/10/18

    Quality as usual
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    Oh dear

    it's crazy Gilly, getting more diluted by the week - and how many of them play boots or the same records
  4. Ahoy Sailor

    Your Current Must Watch Tv ?

    Yeah Hell on Wheels is good, caught the first 3 series on TV but then kind a dropped off the radar but good to know it's all on Prime Steve
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    Your Current Must Watch Tv ?

    Black Sails for us - can’t believe haven’t watched until now, think we’ve managed 2 seasons in just over a week (it’s on Prime if anyone is interested)
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    New mix up

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    Harlem 69 - book launch and club night

    Divine, The Admiral, Glasgow Music City Tours & Waterstones present: Waxing Lyrical #2: "Harlem 69" launch party Waxing Lyrical is a series of musical literary events, with authors talking about music, followed by dedicated club nights playing an accompanying soundtrack... "Harlem 69 - The Future of Soul" is the highly anticipated conclusion to the epic soul trilogy (Detroit 67 and Memphis 68) from author and broadcaster Stuart Cosgrove, winner of 2018's Penderyn Music Book Prize. "Harlem 69" maps out how Harlem became the genesis of future musical forms (jazz-funk, psychedelic soul, disco, boogie, rap and hip-hop) amidst intense social change, with Stuart's forensic levels of research and compelling story telling. This club launch event will be hosted by Alison Stroak (Glasgow Music City Tours), with Stuart reading extracts from the book, followed by a Q&A and a book signing session (stall hosted by Waterstones). At 10pm, the lights will dim and the event becomes a soul club night, where Stuart will spin some of the records which formed a backdrop to the books, alongside classics and mega-rarities from his awesome collection. Joining the Harlem Shuffle playing 45s on the night will be respected collectors Lynne & Dave Girdwood (True Soul) and resident Andrew Divine. Doors open 7:30pm/talks begins at 8pm/club night 10pm - 2am Tickets £7 (STBF) in advance from Tickets Scotland, The Admiral, Monorail and www.wegottickets.com Online tickets: www.wegottickets.com/event/450601 and https://tickets-scotland.com/harl0
  8. Don't think Stuart has put it up, will add it today
  9. Shameless plug - Stuart is doing a launch night in Glasgow, reading from the book followed by a club night at The Admiral Bar on Waterloo Street - tickets can be purchased from https://tickets-scotland.com/artists.html?event_method=viewartist&event_artist=Harlem%2069%20-%20launch%20party%20with%20Stuart%20Cosgrove
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    Storm Ali

    You would've seen it fly by the window anyway Gogs, no need to move from the sofa was expecting rubbish over the street this morning as the daft neighbours had put out their re-cycling bins last night
  11. Ahoy Sailor

    Stuart Cosgrove in Manchester

    Alternatively if you live in Scotland - he will be at the Admiral Bar in Glasgow on the 20th October, talk followed by a club night.. tickets available from Tickets Scotland
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    Otis lee

    £800-1k
  13. A small selection from over the weekend at True Soul in Edinburgh FRIDAY NIGHT DYNAMICS - WOMAN (BRAINSTORM) EMITT LONG - CALL ME (DONOYIA) ROE-O-TATIONS - OLD LOVE (GERIM) THE VISITORS - MY LOVE IS READY AND WAITING (TANGERINE) THE HEADLINERS - LITTLE SISTER (SUPER M) SATURDAY NIGHT SPENCER - SEARCHING FOR LOVE (MIDTOWN) DEVOTIONS - SAME OLD SWEE LOVIN' (TRI-CITY) JACK MONTGOMERY - DON'T TURN YOUR BACK ON ME (BARRACUDA) JOHNNY McCALL - YOU CAN'T GET AWAY (SATELLITE WD) RICHARD BROWN - DON'T LISTEN TO THE GRAPEVINE (STEELTOWN) SUNDAY NIGHT STORMY - DEVASTATOR (TWILIGHT DJ) TAN GEERS - LMHASBF (OKEH) DYNAMICS - BECAUSE I LOVE YOU (BRAINSTORM) FALCONS - GOOD GOOD FEELING (BIG WHEEL) INTENTIONS - DON'T FORGET THAT I LOVE YOU (PHILLIPS DJ)
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    Hand carrying records on Easyjet flight info

    The tucker and bloom has a thick plastic rub all the way round the definitely protects your records, the only downside is that it’s just a soft top which I’m not overly keen on but as I always have my records with me or make sure that there’s not something sitting on top of it it’s worked so far - had mine a couple of years but to be honest it’s pretty big for my needs, I usually just take my custom 100 box when playing although the upside of the T&B is it that it can slip over the top of a rolling travel bag which frees your hands up. All boxes/bags have their pros and cons, still to find one that really meets all my need last to be honest


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