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    Andrew Etheridge
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  1. 12" Singles Vanilla Brinson ' When you get right down to it' / What's it gonna take C*S vg 30 'When' is a brilliant piece of downtempo, flip is an excellent boogie/soul dancer, great vocals.VG only, sadly lots of marks but plays ok especially on the ballad side. Tough to find in any condition written by Austin Hall out of Geogia. If you need a clip let me know. Vanilla penned the exellent Big T & Piece makers ballad. Colfax feat Cliff Love 'Sentimental Moments'/ passion Suite A vg++ 25 ON HOLD More great vocals on this ballad/stepper. Axe Band 'I'm gonna make you mine' Budweiser vg+ 30 Detroit stepper of highest order! Lance Webb ' Life's Charade' Beantown vg++ 8 Haunting ballad. LP'S Bobby Thurston 'Sweetest piece of the pie' Hi Hut vg++ 25 ON HOLD One of the iconic re- issues of the period. Isaac 'cool cat' 'In love with you' Atlantic vg+ 40 ON HOLD South African LP with the excellent dancer ' Weekend lover' which sounds top draw on a big system. Percy Mayes ' Shine your light' Emmaus Road vg++ 25 ON HOLD Sighned by Percy, contains the excellent 'Changes', Similar to Jerry Bell's 'Tell me you'll stay'. Phase Seven 'Same Shell vg++ 100 Contains the in - demand again 'Sweet love'. . Most clips on discogs or youtube, You can mail me no problem for a clip of this copy. Paypal for payment. Thanks for looking. Andy
  2. Exactly the reason I submited the post on this subject on tuesday. Nice clarification.
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  3. Thanks for the link Steve, heavy Norman Whitfield influence going on there!
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  4. I have to say I find this post rather dictatorial and insulting to many who buy soul records. It's up to them what format they choose to buy their music on. I happen to be one of those people you dont think exist, who are buying 7''s of certain records they purchased as 12''s, the reason I say certain records is because not all 12''s have an instrumental break that adds any musical listening pleasure to that which exists on the 7''. There are shed loads of indie logo 12''s which had a decent song and vocalist, but because of the low budget and drum programing the instrumental break was shite! So why would you not want the 7'', folks dont just buy records in order to do some amazing mix in a club, they play them at home very often alongside something that does not have the same bpm. There are of coarse many fantasticaly produced twelves on both major and indie logo's which I could do with going on even longer if i'm honest. I love the recent joey negro mix of Patti labelles ' it's allright with me', it could go on for 12 minutes and I would still be happy.Please dont tar every record with the same brush, assuming it has to be better on a 12''. Not forgeting there are several on seven which are in fact the same duration as the 12''!. I have over the years listened to some great dj's mixing in clubs, however they often managed to do it with records where the most soulfull vocal part was in fact at the end, but because they were hell bent on a seemless mix we got to hear half the record (might as well played a 7'') and missed the best bit out. Before you ask, the reason I never got the 7'' in the first place is lots of tracks never came over here on that format, or if they did in very small quantity. Many seem to only show up in small quantity often just as demos.
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  5. Same track as Act 111 on Harley, used to play it at downtempo gigs in Norwich a few years back. Nice track. Andy
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  6. I may still have the lp if that is any use, but would need time to look, sorry I do not have or have seen the 45. Andy
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  7. Played it at a gig in Norwich last week, with good interest shown. Hopefully this excellent background info and promotional drive will give it the exposure it deserves, nice one. Andy
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  8. DAN GREER LOVE IS THE MESSAGE PRAISE 650 UK POUNDS some visible juke box wear, but plays perfect. recently sold on ebay for $1600. Fantastic record. C.O.D'S GIVE ME YOUR LOVE Magic Touch 200 UK POUNDS SOLD M- One of the later releases on the logo, tough to find. RON VAN HORN WE'VE JUST GOT TO GET TOGETHER RAV 250 UK POUNDS VG++, just very light sleeve marks.Some wrighting on logo. rare one from Memphis. Paypal for payment. clip of actual 45 and photo by request. Cheers Andy
  9. Have dropped you a line. Andy
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  10. I personaly don't get out to as many gigs as I should, however if I get even the slightest wiff that boots are being played at any soul night then I don't go, for the simple I want to listen to interesting sets made up of music thats inovative, new to me, 'not heard that for a while', something that stimulates my little soul cells.That policy applies to all genres with me, northern, crossover, sweet, deep and off cause new releases .People who play boots just dont have that in their locker, in many cases the reason they are playing a boot is because their knowledge is so backward they failed to buy an original ,when in many cases it was cheap. So as bad as they are, it's not the boot that's the real problem , but the person playing it. I would hate to think how many so called soul collectors are buying records simply to dj with. As Chalky mentioned, far to many second rate soul gigs run by guys who are also spinning and to far up their own arse to go and listen to someone else, in reality they want to listen to themselves with a pat on the back to boot, excuse the pun.
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  11. I feel very privileged to have his Gala 45 ' In search of love'. To my ears one of the truly great falsetto lead deep soul masterpieces, sadly overlooked in deep soul circles . Thankyou Ronnie. R.I.P
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  12. Not sure who was lead on the broadway Express material, but Lloyd Parkes was in the group. Lloyd was also in the Blue Notes, the Emanons and also the Epsilons along with Mcfadden and Whitehead. Which reminds me, I have an unreleased promotional tape of Cecil Parker material I need to convert on to CD AS i have not listened to it!.
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  13. Many a great singer on those Philly logo's like TSOP, WMOT unfortunatly lived in the shadow of Teddy Pendergrass. David Morris and Booker Newbury from the group Sweet Thunder also spring to mind.
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  14. Yes, the performance Morris managed with the Attractions on 'Some of your time' is just class. Good shout, pity his output was more limited than some of the superb artists mentioned above like Levi. Had best flag up Bobby Womack before I forget. I have always enjoyed the well rounded tones of Garland Green, JJ Barnes and Mike James Kirkland (Bo Kirkland). Andy
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  15. Goldfish, died the next day.
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