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  1. R.I.P. Mr John Anderson.I did not know you personally, but as these comments show you were the driving source of finding & supporting black music and the DJ's of the UK soul scene. So many heartwarming comments R.I.P.
  2. A really nice article. So many memories, I was there at all those early venues pre 100 club, and then the first 10 or so years.all those years ago. Met so many people danced so much, heard so many records and sought out so many. A huge thank you to Sir Adey you are a true gent, and I agree the 100 club allnighters will have a place in the hall of fame as a soul club and for the records broken and played by some fantastic DJ's. Thanks to Eddie Hubbard I did feel like it was a Soul music world cup final, when Adey allowed me a DJ spot. Happy Birthday 6ts 100 club allnighters.
  3. Top bloke. I first met Ian at various venues pre 100 club. I also went a couple of times to Yate but never chatted, but I also met him many times at various Record Tape & Exchange shops and we exchanged record talk he was helpful & friendly.. I don't know what he bought, but 45's- & 12"- both imports & the soul funk UK promos were in abundance. A funny story one night at 100 club allnighter Adey let a load of non DJ's have a spot, me included, as I went up to Ian to say hello he said " there's a right bunch DJing tonight. "I know" I replied "I've a spot." He was right but I enjoyed myself and even early doors a few danced. I've also bought quite a few sales of him in recent years always excellent condition and packaged. A true gent.
  4. Blackpool Mecca May Bank holiday'79. Can't remember any records, but Brass Construction were fantastic & . support band Rokotto were also pretty good. Busy weekend. Jazz funk in Manchester pub. Casino Saturday night. We also went to Belle Vue Zoo niter .but slept nearly all-night. Lightweights.
  5. great stuff enjoyed your tales & photos good read. Safe trip home.
  6. Congratulations. A lifetime commitment to soul music a true ambassador.well done Richard enjoy your award & special day.
  7. l agree wholeheartedly with Kev Cane. RIP Mr Barksdale. Absolutely legendary group expansive nearly 70 years? so many styles of soul music,such quality vocalists. Freedom Means The Mighty Mighty Dells RIP Sir.
  8. Thanks a great insight in another episode in the amazing world of soul music that we love so much. Good luck with the gig & book.
  9. Happy Xmas to all and a brilliant soulful 2019. Peace.
  10. Just Brilliant. Total love of music. Absolute Legend. Feel a real glow from watching. Respect Sir.
  11. Really sad to hear this. Friday lunchtime before a shift at the Mayfair hotel this was where we cut our teeth to clubbing, around1976 /7 record collecting buying Imports some real classic tunes were played out all overseen by a legendary club DJ. R I P George Power.
  12. Ordered.Nice one love that CJ & Co track, what about a clip of other track. I also have to comment on p&p. It is too much, I know I don't have to buy, sorry to put a downer on a great project. Look forward to Future releases.

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