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    Ex jazz funk n soul boy moved from West London where I used to live, work and dj in 1986 to Dartmoor Devon to get away from the rat race. Always kept the finger on the pulse of the music always buying on trips back to London and on line from soul brother records. Came out of dj retirement in 2014 to help out the local pub for nothing, starting and continuing a jazz funk n soul night every Tuesday night to preach and convert the locals and Plymouth.

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    love don,t love nobody detroit spinners

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  1. Sounds as good now as it did off the lp in the 90,s. Played this numerous times early evening slot 7-8 and had so many people ask about it. Lovely philly style lilt. Thanks for the release on a 7"
  2. Check out Glasgows Al Kent's latest mix up The Loneliest one on a 12" 4tops ask the lonley mixed with ashford and simpsons it seems to hang on....... worms its way into your head. Another goodie Cheri Maree time waits on a 7"
  3. Original talented guy. Loved to play his jazzy side of things like Andrea and Thoughts, wishes and dreams early doors as well as the uptempo stuff. Rip my man
  4. session 324 February 18th human nature--george howard soft and easy--blackbyrds heavy day--syreeta someone to love--marcus miller special--nadine lee I can't get enough of your love--james bradley down for the third time--bobby caldwell you're so good to me--curtis mayfield be for real--harold Melvin / bluenotes you're a big girl now--stylistics ain't that love--cold diamond / mink I love you--sir wick 7-75--marcus miller so long--kim weston angie girl--stevie wonder night life--hawk and co no explanation--chr
  5. So we come to session 324 and the finale. The last one before the pub shuts for six weeks. As usual it will be 6.30 - close with some classic stuff played out in this soul starved area of the country. Thanks to all and maybe we'll be back
  6. Last but one session before the pub shuts on the 24th of this month for a six week refurb and new people to run it. As usual its 6.30 until close with the usual good mix of tunes to brighten the winter nights.
  7. Lets do it all again at the "Burrator" The Tuesday night sessions between 6.30 - close. Free entry and across the board tunes.
  8. along the lines of sob/ann nesby how bout blowin' my mind--solo another great jam / lewis prod. looking for a love--Adriana Evans and Why cant we be lovers--Holland / Dozier only just scrapped into the top 30 because good ole uncle tony blackburn pushed it on Radio 1 every morning back in the day, still sounds original and fresh today.
  9. The sessions continue a while longer and we do it again from around 6.30 until close where old and new sounds will be played out at the "Burrator"
  10. Ah yes Casanova Brown --Gloria Gaynor.....busy little tune uplifting shake your booty / I'm your boogie man --kc / sunshine band do what you gotta do / saturday night--t connection one love-- celi bee / buzzy bunch bus stop / yum yum--fatback band you and I / come into my life--rick james this kind of love-galaxy / dee galdes you dazzle me/ slipped disco--dazzle … All still sound good turned up loud!
  11. See them in the flesh if you can before they are gone. Saw Tops / Temps quite a few years ago in Plymouth and they were class. Pretty sure Jack Ashford was in the backing band with the tambourine and Ron Tysons got plenty of history too. I know some of the older acts cannot kick it like they used to but age catches up with their voices so it is understandable (Candi Staton last year). But like I say when they have gone there will be no second chance of seeing the likes of Roy Ayers, Isley Bros etc (just two at the mo I think but saw them over here in the 90's and they were so pro). Also check
  12. Most Daptone releases are high standard. Liking the if you ask / bandits 7" by Leon Dinero at the mo. Last James Hunter LP got plenty of plays as well
  13. Tuesday night at the "Burrator" Inn continues for a while more from around 6.30 - close. Some great tracks lined up and the new Portrait LP will be getting a bashing as it is a great return for the group
  14. Tuesday 7th January new York city blues--mark winkler blessings for the world--pendletons the moment I saw you--rick braun hard times--dr buzzards savannah band doing what he wants me to--dottie pearson there's no other like you--archie bell/drells you're all I need in my life--detroit spinners come home--anderson paak that's where its at--bobby womack I can't believe you love me--tammi terrell cruising,--smokey robinson magic happens--kindred come back home--cool million / david tobin I let love slip right through my hands-
  15. From around 6.30 until close at the "Burrator" Inn where some great across the board vibes will brighten up the winter gloom. Warm welcome and no charge as usual.

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