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Dim

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About Dim

  • Birthday 27/09/1953

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  • Public Real Name
    Damian
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Mansfield
  • Top Soul Sound
    Chuck Jackson...........Hand It Over.

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  1. Dim

    Soulville Sunday Sounds

    DJ times: 3pm til 3.30pm..... Dim/Knocker. 3.30pm til 4.15pm......Mark 4.15pm til 5,15pm......Graham 5.15pm til 6.15pm......Terry 6.15pm til 7.15pm......Knocker 7.15pm til Finish.........Dim.
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    Soulville Sunday Sounds

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    Soulville Sunday Sounds

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    Soulville Sunday Sounds

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    Soulville Sunday Sounds

    We're looking forward to seeing friends old and new. I'll be taking the opportunity to play some sounds from two of our finest home based labels.
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    Soulville Sunday Sounds

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    Soulville Sunday Sounds

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    Soulville Sunday Sounds

    Come and join us at at Soulville, Chesterfield on January 19th for an afternoon and evening of top Soul Music. We are so pleased and proud to have two of Chesterfield's leading lights as guest DJs in the persons of Terry Westhead and Graham Manlove... so quality tunes are guaranteed. A perfect end to a busy weekend of Soul with the Swinton BLESMA Allnighter and Something Different Soul Club happening on Saturday 18th. There is plentiful parking close to the venue. KTF... Knocker & Dim.
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    Soulville Sunday Sounds

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    Soulville Sunday Sounds

    DJ Times. 3pm until 4pm….….Dim & Knocker. 4pm until 5pm……..Mark Shaw. (The RnB hour) 5pm until 6.30pm….Dean & Kev. 6.30pm until 7.15pm….Dim. 7.15pm until 8.00pm….Knocker. 8.00 until finish……….. Dim & Knocker.
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    Soulville Sunday Sounds

    We're pleased to let you all know that Mark Shaw will be joining us on the decks for a spot of the finest in RnB.
  12. Book Review. When I was first knocking around the Rare Soul Scene, there was a guy from Cambridge called Norman Rogers. He was one of the 'faces'. Everywhere that he went, Norman took his camera. The story goes that it was a present from an aunt or uncle and that it was a top quality job.... In fact it was his father who gave him it. Over the years he's taken thousands of pictures, many of which have subsequently turned up in various books, magazines and TV documentaries often without Norman getting any accreditation or acknowledgement. So this book is, if you like, Norman's own tale. It works, in my view, on two quite different levels. The first being a hefty piece of nostalgia for those of us lucky enough to know Norman and who were in an around the venues at the time. A lot of the photos are of guys and girls I know, many of whom I consider to be lifelong friends. The second and possibly even more important level is that the book, with it's images, accompanying anecdotes and playlists, is a bona fide historical document from the early days of the Scene and it may prove to be a bit of an eye opener to the various people who think that Northern Soul started and finished with Wigan Casino. The paradox, is that the heartbeat of Northern Soul, was and still is embedded in so many ways in the counties of Cambridge, Northants, Bedford and South Leicestershire....( at least to those of us who hail from there) I can't recommend this book highly enough. Incidentally Norman is a great bloke and he still treads the boards on a regular basis. Some of the book's photos are from the equally prolific Olly Pearson
  13. Book Review. When I was first knocking around the Rare Soul Scene, there was a guy from Cambridge called Norman Rogers. He was one of the 'faces'. Everywhere that he went, Norman took his camera. The story goes that it was a present from an aunt or uncle and that it was a top quality job.... In fact it was his father who gave him it. Over the years he's taken thousands of pictures, many of which have subsequently turned up in various books, magazines and TV documentaries often without Norman getting any accreditation or acknowledgement. So this book is, if you like, Norman's own tale. It works, in my view, on two quite different levels. The first being a hefty piece of nostalgia for those of us lucky enough to know Norman and who were in an around the venues at the time. A lot of the photos are of guys and girls I know, many of whom I consider to be lifelong friends. The second and possibly even more important level is that the book, with it's images, accompanying anecdotes and playlists, is a bona fide historical document from the early days of the Scene and it may prove to be a bit of an eye opener to the various people who think that Northern Soul started and finished with Wigan Casino. The paradox, is that the heartbeat of Northern Soul, was and still is embedded in so many ways in the counties of Cambridge, Northants, Bedford and South Leicestershire....( at least to those of us who hail from there) I can't recommend this book highly enough. Incidentally Norman is a great bloke and he still treads the boards on a regular basis. Some of the book's photos are from the equally prolific Olly Pearson
  14. Dim

    Soulville Sunday Sounds

    A new venue and a new venture for Chesterfield. We hope to see friends old new....enjoying great music in a brilliant venue with a fantastic and welcoming atmosphere. 3pm until 9pm. STOP PRESS We are delighted to be able to announce that Dean Penford and Kev Holmes will our guest DJs for our first event. Free Admission. There is plentiful car parking close to the the venue.

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