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Soulstu

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About Soulstu

  • Birthday 14/04/1964

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  • A brief intro...
    Originally from Mansfield (Pleasley). Went to college in Chesterfield and then Wolverhampton. Have worked as a designer in Sheffield, Nottingham, Chesterfield and now back in Sheffield. Happily married for nearly 30 years.

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  • Public Real Name
    Stu Teece
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Massive music fan. Been into Northern soul since my early teens. Played guitar and wrote songs in a few bands in the 80s and early 90s.Trained graphic designer, so all aspects of art and design.Lucky to have been asked to be a resident DJ at Route 61 in Sheffield and Byron Soul Club in Nottsl.
  • Location
    Sheffield/Rotherham
  • Top Soul Sound
    Just Do The Best You Can - Duke & Leonard

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  1. Antellects - Love Slave I’m sure that was one of Ginger’s?
  2. It was Sooty, asking which 3 labels The (New) Younghearts was issued on. Can't recall the venue, but no one got it.
  3. @Timillustrator I’m surprised you’re not a fan of John Cale. Granted a lot of his material isn’t very accessible but one listen to the ‘Paris 1919’ LP and all is forgiven! Wonderful. Wilton Felder from the Crusaders on bass, Lowell George on guitar.
  4. I noticed that.... I thought it was a bit of extra percussion that was mixed badly... surprised for an expensive ABC production.
  5. Also if you listen to the ‘Get Ready’ break in Big Maybelle’s Quittin Time, again the bass player loses the plot and goes for a bit of a walk. It was such a good take though, they had to use it! I think I notice these as I play bass myself. Baby Boy will appreciate this... is he still on here?
  6. Listen to Larry Allen - Cant We Talk It Over, about two thirds of the way in. The bass player gets totally lost and the piano is feeling its way back into the song !... the band are clearly just running through the song but someone decided that the take was fine.
  7. Can’t wait for this. Some of the tunes I’ve heard at Byron over the past year have been off the scale. The absolute cream of northern soul.
  8. You’ve Got Me In The Palm Of Your Hand on Soulville promo. Lovely copy, Ex... to M-. Plays perfect. £225, postage included. Paypal f&f (or add 4%). or bank transfer. Thanks for looking!
  9. Fraternity issue, a beautiful clean copy. M- Plays perfectly. £150.00 plus £2.50 p&p PayPal f&f or add 4%. or bank transfer. thanks for looking.
  10. Tribe styrene original. Guaranteed floor filler and a fantastic tune. VG+ a few light scuff marks, not audible. Plays great throughout, just the odd crackle on the quiet intro. £90 f&f plus £2.50 p&p Cheers, Stu
  11. Tribe styrene original. Guaranteed floor filler. VG+ a few light scuff marks. Plays great throughout, the odd crackle on the quiet intro. £90 f&f plus £2.50 p&p Cheers, Stu

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