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Mickey Finn

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  1. Mickey Finn

    Favorite two-step tracks/artists?

    Isaac Hayes produced and wrote this for Donald Byrd in 1981:
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    Sad News Paul Trouble Anderson Passed Away

    Very decent obituary of the man here: https://www.theguardian.com/music/2018/dec/13/paul-trouble-anderson-obituary And a very fine tribute show hosted by Bobby and Steve and featuring all sorts of guests sharing their memories. https://bit.tube/play?hash=Qmabtkj45S4BhrJTqCtwYVVbNZe6H139T8tTCyrBCSLam6&channel=3755
  3. Mickey Finn

    Favorite two-step tracks/artists?

    Back to 1979 for this wonderful Isaac Hayes tune:
  4. Mickey Finn

    Favorite two-step tracks/artists?

    Lonnie again, this time from 1983 and with brother Donald on vocals:
  5. Mickey Finn

    Favorite two-step tracks/artists?

    Album tracking with Lonnie Liston Smith in 1991, featuring the amazing Spencer Harrison on vocals:
  6. Mickey Finn

    Favorite two-step tracks/artists?

    More little label goodness from 1985, this time from Willie Clayton:
  7. Mickey Finn

    Favorite two-step tracks/artists?

    From the days when Robbie Vincent's "little label collection" was a highlight of the Sound of Sunday Night - Phil Flowers from 1986:
  8. Mickey Finn

    Sad News Paul Trouble Anderson Passed Away

    One of the greats as a dj and a giant of the soulful house and dance scene. Not old school but all school as he used to say. RIP
  9. Mickey Finn

    Favorite two-step tracks/artists?

    Wonderful wonderful overlooked Van McCoy classic from the Choice Four:
  10. Mickey Finn

    Favorite two-step tracks/artists?

    Neglected later 1982 release by William DeVaughn:
  11. Mickey Finn

    Late 70's Jazz Funk Scene

    Agreed. The thread in fact refers to the jazz funk scene, as opposed to getting hung up on the purity of a particular musical genre. If Robbie V and Chris Hill were the leading lights of the scene, then their playlists certainly went beyond a more narrowly defined concept of JF. This has been reflected in the music highlighted in this thread.
  12. Mickey Finn

    SOUL GALORE 2

    until

    Totally agree with Matt's comments - an excellent weekender in a great location with terrific venues, good sound systems, a wide variety of musical selections and some of the friendliest people on the planet. Ian Levine's Sunday session was the icing on the cake - the quality of the tunes he played was tip top and he entertained us all afterwards with a rollicking Q&A. Anyone who can should look out for his next appearance at Teddington. Also good to hear imaginative picks from many selectors I'd not previously heard - special thanks to Alan Mitchell, Sarge and Nige Brown for playing some real musical highlights (apart from Nige's alleged junk shop discovery!). The glorious weather didn't encourage packed attendance at the afternoon sessions but those who were there certainly didn't miss out. The all-nighter venue is something else - absolutely amazing place. Full marks and many thanks to Ann and Les for a brilliant weekend.
  13. Mickey Finn

    Soulful House / Garage Picks

    2018 release for this older school sounding tune by Johan S - thanks to Garry Williams for this:
  14. Mickey Finn

    Soulful House / Garage Picks

    And over to Japan for this 2016 release by Tetsuya Nagahama, remixed by T-Groove - thanks to Pete Collins for this:
  15. Mickey Finn

    Soulful House / Garage Picks

    More Italian magic: Arkanoid from 1992


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