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  1. Up vote
    Cunnie reacted to ZoomSoulBlue in All over FB. Record Thief   
    I just hope theirs a car chase in this story somewhere lol
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    Cunnie reacted to Goldsoul in Ernest Ernie & The Sincerities - 7" release   
    It’s a cast iron certainty. 
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    Cunnie reacted to mike in Ernest Ernie & The Sincerities - 7" release   
    @Cunnie  @Goldsoul
    ask can you both now take this exchange to pms 
    thanks
    mike
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    Cunnie reacted to shufflin in Ernest Ernie & The Sincerities - 7" release   
    looking at ebay and elsewhere it seems to be maintaining status as an in demand single, the re-issue 45 will probably just increase demand for the first issue, that's the way it goes
    be interesting to see if any differences, matrix numbers etc
    but if you haven't bought the record yet ...get the LP, it's cheaper, so many great other tracks on there
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    Cunnie got a reaction from andybellwood in Ernest Ernie & The Sincerities - 7" release   
    Halloffame05. Must be some kind of mistake as that's Soul scene's all round good guy Kev Roberts account I believe.
  6. Up vote
    Cunnie reacted to bbrich in CURRENT fave spins! 2019.   
    love this one and the lyrics make me laugh as well....   Jerry Washington dont waste my time..
     
     
     
  7. Up vote
    Cunnie reacted to Spain pete in CURRENT fave spins! 2019.   
    Recently heard the band AKA.  gotta have Grace  fantastic tune!
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    Cunnie reacted to chalky in Thoughts on Re-edits of Northerrn Soul tracks?   
    Tom Moulton has done some brilliant work with a lot of Philly stuff. 
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    Cunnie reacted to chalky in Ernest Ernie & The Sincerities - 7" release   
    Does it really matter if it is the same or not, it is a new release, it should be about the music and not what some greedy part time dealer can make out of someone.  People would rather see their own greed protected than others getting a copy of a brand new recording.   I hope some get their fingers burnt, it will serve them right. It should never be about the collector and people exploiting others.  If it was limited to one copy each that would be fine, but no people buy multiple copies to expolit others  
    I hope the second run is from the same master and they look identical.
  10. Up vote
    Cunnie reacted to Dave Rimmer in Famous Soul Collectors   

    Had to laugh at one of the comments:

    The keyboardist on the left looks like a wedding DJ or someone who's just showing the keyboard for demonstration purposes only.

    So yes, it is Chris King
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    Cunnie got a reaction from Ted Massey in Curtis   
    No he hasn't Ted.

    Curtis Anderson with the sought-after rare 4:50 "DM 1879 " mix of his best loved Northern Soul offering.

    A Northern Soul classic as the commoner and sadly inferior MD 1932 mix, that eliminates the Hi-Hat drums and driving percussion sound. That makes this DM 1879 session so superior, to it's more often seen brother.

    Two Baltimore, "Jimmy's" collaborate on this 1979 Maryland indie; Jimmy Lindsay and Jimmy Stewart, join Melvin Miles & Anton Scott on this club winner with the renewed driving intro..

    Harmony vocals whispering "How Can I Tell Her" through a wall of "disco" cliche's until fully 1:16 seconds in Curtis Anderson comes in to elevate the session even higher with his impressive voice..
    Rhythmic hand-clapping, wah-wah picking, blasting trumpets, understated background male choruses all mingle into one solid slab of neatly 5 minutes of concrete dance-music. The dramatic instrumental electric drum driven break towards the ending caps off a relentless dance-offering.

    The rarest mix, the best mix of a record that has sat at the heart of 70's Northern Soul for nearly 4 decades without any hint of losing it's dancefloor impact.

    https://www.raresoulman.co.uk/curtis-how-can-i-tell-her-i-remember-charm-city-dm-1879.html
  12. Up vote
    Cunnie got a reaction from sunnysoul in Curtis   
    The 1932 is far harder Chalky. Got both & also had the 12". Reckon I must see about 1 x 1932 to every 50 x 1879's.
    Is it still in it's 'birthsleeve'? LOL
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    Cunnie got a reaction from john-o in Curtis   
    The 1932 is far harder Chalky. Got both & also had the 12". Reckon I must see about 1 x 1932 to every 50 x 1879's.
    Is it still in it's 'birthsleeve'? LOL
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    Cunnie got a reaction from David Meikle in Denise LaSalle R I P   
    That's bad luck. She died last year as well.
    R.I.P. X 2
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    Cunnie got a reaction from Fishdockroad in Curtis   
    The 1932 is far harder Chalky. Got both & also had the 12". Reckon I must see about 1 x 1932 to every 50 x 1879's.
    Is it still in it's 'birthsleeve'? LOL
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    Cunnie got a reaction from philb in Curtis   
    The 1932 is far harder Chalky. Got both & also had the 12". Reckon I must see about 1 x 1932 to every 50 x 1879's.
    Is it still in it's 'birthsleeve'? LOL
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    Cunnie got a reaction from LEN in Curtis   
    The 1932 is far harder Chalky. Got both & also had the 12". Reckon I must see about 1 x 1932 to every 50 x 1879's.
    Is it still in it's 'birthsleeve'? LOL
  18. Up vote
    Cunnie got a reaction from Hooker1951 in Denise LaSalle R I P   
    I get them popping up every year for Jimmy Cliff & he's still alive🤣
  19. Up vote
    Cunnie reacted to chalky in Curtis   
    I always thought the 1932 mix is the tougher one.  Always seemed to be the harder one to get.
  20. Up vote
    Cunnie got a reaction from Roburt in Denise LaSalle R I P   
    I get them popping up every year for Jimmy Cliff & he's still alive🤣
  21. Up vote
    Cunnie reacted to Mark R in Ernest Ernie & The Sincerities - 7" release   
    Will it?  Interesting 'cos it's the one I'm least likely to carry as it's the format I play least off!!
    All my new 45's are converted to digital for my USB.......or at a push CDR where USB isn't available.
    I think when you say it's the preferred format of soulboys you are only thinking of a subset of soulboys.....
    Cheers,
    Mark R
  22. Up vote
    Cunnie reacted to Mark R in Ernest Ernie & The Sincerities - 7" release   
    I'll stick with my original! 👍

    The rare soul scene eh.  Tell me this:  if it's that good (which it is, BTW!), would you be prepared to miss out on (supporting) it if it didn't land on a 45?  Seems some would which I find totally bizarre!
     
    Cheers,
    Mark R
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    Cunnie got a reaction from geeselad in Vinyl Carvers   
    Rare Soul?????

    Never have been into music for it's rarity & think it's incredibly sad that folks only like a record for it's rarity.

    Yes a lot of the things I like are rare but also a hell of a lot more are quite common.

    Also the tracks I had carved were Funky House remixes
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    Cunnie got a reaction from Jimmy Disco D in Vinyl Carvers   
    Rare Soul?????

    Never have been into music for it's rarity & think it's incredibly sad that folks only like a record for it's rarity.

    Yes a lot of the things I like are rare but also a hell of a lot more are quite common.

    Also the tracks I had carved were Funky House remixes
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    Cunnie reacted to Mickey Finn in Soulful House / Garage Picks   
    Amazingly I don't think we've had this stone classic yet - Satoshi Tomie with Arnold Jarvis from 1990:
     
     


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