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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 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
  3. Up vote
    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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    Cunnie reacted to Kev John in Soulful House / Garage Picks   
    Just been diggin' on the shelved stuff come across this next one from 2000
    Blue Six feat. Monique Bingham - Pure (Aquanote Tidal Remix)
     
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    Cunnie reacted to Kev John in Soulful House / Garage Picks   
    Another 1 of the shelf !
    Blaze ft Barbara Tucker ~ Most Precious Love (Dennis Ferrer's Future 3000 Mix)
     
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    Cunnie reacted to Mickey Finn in Soulful House / Garage Picks   
    Kim English from 1995:
     
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    Cunnie reacted to mike in News: Lucinda Slim - New Album   
    now available as  a digital release
    https://www.kudosrecords.co.uk/release/hrd002/lucinda-slim-lucinda-slim.html
     
    bumf below
     
    It is finally here, the long awaited digital release of Lucinda Slims debut album, out on independent record label Haggis Records! The first limited vinyl release in 2015 sold out as fast as a knife through hot butter and fans have eagerly awaited a full digital release of this rare, in demand deeply soulful album.
     
    Lucinda Slims debut features songs co-written by Keb Darge (legendary Northern Soul DJ and creator of the Deep Funk nights at London's Madame Jojo's), Gabe Roth (bass-player, producer and songwriter of Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings), Belgium's finest musicians: New Orleans jazz-aficionado Frederik Vandenberghe on drums and percussion, groove expert Matthias Debusschere on bass, keys wizard Peter Lesage (Jesse Boykins III, Moiano) on piano & Wurlitzer and jazzcat Bruno De Groote on Guitar. Production and mixdown were handled by Krewcial (BBE, Blue Note Records) and as the best icing on a cake ever, this amazing album also features The Haggis Horns, one of the finest horn and rhythm section players in the UK (Amy Winehouse, Mark Ronson, Jamiroquai, Martha Reeves, Lou Donaldson, John Legend & The Roots, and as a cherry on that cake it also carries a song co-written by Mason Kimber (Paperplane Object, Australia).
    If these aren't enough heavyweights for you and you have never heard of Lucinda Slim, you will be surprised to hear she also sings under the name of Tanja Daese and Nia Saw, performs, tours the world and has co-written songs with world renowned vocal group Zap Mama (Luaka Bop, Virgin Records, Warner Bros). If that is not enough she has also sung and recorded with Senegalese super star Youssou N'Dour, Sharon Jones and The Dap kings, Sergio Mendez, The Haggis Horns, Antibalas, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Flowriders, Stone Foundation, Raw Deal and many others. This busy lady is also a vinyl DJ and collects rare soul, funk and blues 45's and her passion for these records turned out to be the inspiration behind her debut album.
     
    Lucinda Slims album takes you back to the Golden Age of Sixties Soul meets Southern Blues and Funk with sweet gospel influenced harmonies, dark twists and turns and bone-grinding grooves that will stir you so deep you 'will wanna slap your mama! Bringing an ode to Soulstresses Little Ann, Towanda Barnes 'You Don't Mean It' a cover version of the Northern Soul classic, beautifully re-arranged featuring Latin inspired harmonies in the chorus. Brenda Holloway, Irma Thomas with 'Two Winters Long' and then into Lucinda's dark side with 'Wrath of the Lawmen' and 'Love Thief', a raw heartfelt cry reminiscent of Vicky Anderson. To finish off this album, last but not least, 'All This Time', Paul Weller's favourite song (Mojo Magazine) and great supporter of Lucinda, a jazzy Twenties inspired song which has Belgian producer Krewcial's stamp all over it.
    "I'm digging this!"
    Paul Weller
    "I love this album"
    Eddie Piller
    "A truly unique vocal talent"
    Neil Jones, Stone Foundation
     
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    Cunnie got a reaction from soulfulmick in Razzy Bailey - I Hate Hate (BOBLO)   
    Anyone got a Razzy Bailey - I Hate Hate on The BOBLO label they want to part with? 
    Already got an MGM copy & not interested in the Aquarian copy.
    TIA, 
    Mart...
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    Cunnie got a reaction from andybellwood in Soulful House / Garage Picks   
    In the beginning, there was Jack, and Jack had a groove. And from this groove came the groove of all grooves. And while one day viciously throwing down on his box, Jack boldy declared, "Let there be HOUSE!" and house music was born. "I am, you see, I am the creator, and this is my house! And, in my house there is ONLY house music. But, I am not so selfish because once you enter my house it then becomes OUR house and OUR house music!" And, you see, no one man owns house because house music is a universal language, spoken and understood by all. You see, house is a feeling that no one can understand really unless you're deep into the vibe of house. House is an uncontrollable desire to jack your body. And, as I told you before, this is our house and our house music. And in every house, you understand, there is a keeper. And, in this house, the keeper is Jack. Now some of you who might wonder, "Who is Jack, and what is it that Jack does?" Jack is the one who gives you the power to jack your body! Jack is the one who gives you the power to do the snake. Jack is the one who gives you the key to the wiggly worm. Jack is the one who learns you how to walk your body. Jack is the one that can bring nations and nations of all Jackers together under one house. You may be black, you may be white; you may be Jew or Gentile. It don't make a difference in OUR House. And this is fresh.
     
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    Cunnie got a reaction from Chris Turnbull in Soulful House / Garage Picks   
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    Cunnie got a reaction from Chris Turnbull in Soulful House / Garage Picks   
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    Cunnie got a reaction from Chris Turnbull in Soulful House / Garage Picks   
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    Cunnie got a reaction from Chris Turnbull in Soulful House / Garage Picks   
    Just seen this on Discogs for 38 pence.
    WTF?
     
  14. Up vote
    Cunnie got a reaction from Chris Turnbull in Soulful House / Garage Picks   
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    Cunnie got a reaction from Chris Turnbull in Soulful House / Garage Picks   
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    Cunnie got a reaction from Chris Turnbull in Soulful House / Garage Picks   
    Do you want it?
     
  17. Up vote
    Cunnie got a reaction from andybellwood in Soulful House / Garage Picks   
    In the beginning, there was Jack, and Jack had a groove. And from this groove came the groove of all grooves. And while one day viciously throwing down on his box, Jack boldy declared, "Let there be HOUSE!" and house music was born. "I am, you see, I am the creator, and this is my house! And, in my house there is ONLY house music. But, I am not so selfish because once you enter my house it then becomes OUR house and OUR house music!" And, you see, no one man owns house because house music is a universal language, spoken and understood by all. You see, house is a feeling that no one can understand really unless you're deep into the vibe of house. House is an uncontrollable desire to jack your body. And, as I told you before, this is our house and our house music. And in every house, you understand, there is a keeper. And, in this house, the keeper is Jack. Now some of you who might wonder, "Who is Jack, and what is it that Jack does?" Jack is the one who gives you the power to jack your body! Jack is the one who gives you the power to do the snake. Jack is the one who gives you the key to the wiggly worm. Jack is the one who learns you how to walk your body. Jack is the one that can bring nations and nations of all Jackers together under one house. You may be black, you may be white; you may be Jew or Gentile. It don't make a difference in OUR House. And this is fresh.
     
  18. Up vote
    Cunnie got a reaction from Chris Turnbull in Soulful House / Garage Picks   
    A record that always makes me feel good but also brings a tear to my eye as it reminds me of my old mate Gary Welsh. He introduced me to this & many other great records when he was still with us.
    Rest in peace old mate.
     
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    Cunnie got a reaction from andybellwood in Soulful House / Garage Picks   
    In the beginning, there was Jack, and Jack had a groove. And from this groove came the groove of all grooves. And while one day viciously throwing down on his box, Jack boldy declared, "Let there be HOUSE!" and house music was born. "I am, you see, I am the creator, and this is my house! And, in my house there is ONLY house music. But, I am not so selfish because once you enter my house it then becomes OUR house and OUR house music!" And, you see, no one man owns house because house music is a universal language, spoken and understood by all. You see, house is a feeling that no one can understand really unless you're deep into the vibe of house. House is an uncontrollable desire to jack your body. And, as I told you before, this is our house and our house music. And in every house, you understand, there is a keeper. And, in this house, the keeper is Jack. Now some of you who might wonder, "Who is Jack, and what is it that Jack does?" Jack is the one who gives you the power to jack your body! Jack is the one who gives you the power to do the snake. Jack is the one who gives you the key to the wiggly worm. Jack is the one who learns you how to walk your body. Jack is the one that can bring nations and nations of all Jackers together under one house. You may be black, you may be white; you may be Jew or Gentile. It don't make a difference in OUR House. And this is fresh.
     
  20. Up vote
    Cunnie got a reaction from andybellwood in Soulful House / Garage Picks   
    In the beginning, there was Jack, and Jack had a groove. And from this groove came the groove of all grooves. And while one day viciously throwing down on his box, Jack boldy declared, "Let there be HOUSE!" and house music was born. "I am, you see, I am the creator, and this is my house! And, in my house there is ONLY house music. But, I am not so selfish because once you enter my house it then becomes OUR house and OUR house music!" And, you see, no one man owns house because house music is a universal language, spoken and understood by all. You see, house is a feeling that no one can understand really unless you're deep into the vibe of house. House is an uncontrollable desire to jack your body. And, as I told you before, this is our house and our house music. And in every house, you understand, there is a keeper. And, in this house, the keeper is Jack. Now some of you who might wonder, "Who is Jack, and what is it that Jack does?" Jack is the one who gives you the power to jack your body! Jack is the one who gives you the power to do the snake. Jack is the one who gives you the key to the wiggly worm. Jack is the one who learns you how to walk your body. Jack is the one that can bring nations and nations of all Jackers together under one house. You may be black, you may be white; you may be Jew or Gentile. It don't make a difference in OUR House. And this is fresh.
     
  21. Up vote
    Cunnie reacted to Mickey Finn in Soulful House / Garage Picks   
    And back to Italy for this recent release (2011) from Orlando Johnson, off an album that is mostly reworks of his 80s tunes but this seems new to me:
     
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    Cunnie got a reaction from Kev John in Soulful House / Garage Picks   
    I wish I'd seen this topic earlier.
    Off out now but I'll be back over the weekend for a listen & to post a few bits too.
    Got to ask though why it it hidden away in freebasing?
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    Cunnie reacted to Chris Turnbull in Soulful House / Garage Picks   
    Loving all these, especially the Rhemi and Kenny Summit - total tunes 😀 Please keep them coming!
    Couple of favourites from me - first up the superb Frankie Knuckles / Director's Cut update of Sybil 'Let yourself go', just love this - wish this mix was on vinyl:-
     
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    Cunnie got a reaction from ljblanken in Jamaican Soul   
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    Cunnie reacted to ez in Jamaican Soul   


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