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Rictic66

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About Rictic66

  • Birthday 22/02/1955

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  • A brief intro...
    Collector and occasional DJ. Used to run weekender soul in Scarborough. 

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  • Public Real Name
    Paul Temple
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Music esp northern and X/O. Record collecting. Rugby, skiing, golf, wine, beer, business.
  • Location
    Windsor uk
  • Top Soul Sound
    Eula cooper let our love grow higher

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  1. Here’s a couple to salsa northern style...
  2. Hi Tez. All done in two amounts as made an error. Please send to Paul Temple, Tudor Lodge, Village Rd, Dorney, Berks, SL4 6 QJ. Already have this on uk but can’t resist a nice Aussie or Kiwi copy.. best Paul
  3. Hi do you still have the artistics cheers paul temple
  4. Nice nostalgic article thx and great memorable pics Pete. A couple of me Titled 3 and 4 with some other Leeds and Selby lads. I was a regular at the Friday nights in the same period - loved it. Also moved away (London) in early 80ts. Knew a large number of the crowd from Selby, Leeds, Rotherham, York, Hull, Knottingley. Used to join the Alan Stevenson coach trips to the Torch - if you could ever find out where it started from... been meaning to visit the all dayers for a while. Thx. Paul Temple
  5. Thanks vm Mal - I thought mine would be the reissue but it isn’t which is a relief as I paid above the odds....best Paul
  6. Sold Phillip Mitchell, esquires and Detroit spinners
  7. See photos below: Action 4537 Carl Carlton Look at Mary Wonder/Bad for each Other - ex 25 4618 Esquires My Sweet Baby Great x/o ex 50 4622 Bobbie Houston I want to make it with you ex 12 Jay Boy 33 Demo Jerrry o Karate Boo Ga Loo vg++ 15 37 Phillip Mitchell The World Needs More/I’m Gonna Build Fabx/o M- 40 56 Olympics baby do the phillydog/Secret Agents VG++ 8 Atlantic K10243 Demo Detroit Spinners I’ll be Around Ex 25 PP fnf please plus 2.75 post signed for cheers Paul Temple
  8. Nice info and questions. Made me get out all my Ovide and related stuff. Have and like the Mark Putney. It is a great collectors label. Re TSU (Texas State University where they formed) Toronado(e)s I think just two spellings if you ignore The - oes on Ovide and os on Rampart Street for example, which I think was their own label - Tim Ashebende on here would know as he bought most of the spare copies way back when. An additional question. Did any other Ovide apart from Bobo Mr Soul - Hitch Hiking (London HLU 10418 - 1972 licensed from Hi), and Archie Bell - A Thousand Wonders on Atl
  9. Demo here M- will consider sell or trade. PT
  10. One here Ex con I’ll pm you. Downstairs Record shop NY (which was upstairs), had lots of Smoke stock in early 80ts but never found George! PT
  11. I don’t get that Betty Fikes version of the much better and much cheaper dan Brantley which I have always loved. £1k for an inferior version just because it’s rare and was once played at a Cleggy!!
  12. Very upsetting. Roger has been unwell for a long while, but it’s still a shock. NS was much of his life - totally dedicated. I remember when he found the first Ted Wilson - I can’t take no more - on Sierra at our local boot fair in Chiswick. How the hell did that get there. He recognised its potential straight away. We had so many great times, and I am fortunate to have benefitted from his knowledge and record collection. He took the photos at my wedding (BnW) and then between us we lost the reel! Also knew Jim - he was the first person to recommend Mark Lloyd - When I’m gonna find her -
  13. I started a similar thread last week asking if anyone insured their playboxes at events against theft. I just had one reply saying it is possible along with DJ equipment insurance cover. In the unfortunate event of a theft and claim, one good thing is that there is now easy proof of value with popsike, discogs etc. Different point but everyone should seriously consider insuring their home collection through normal contents insurance which covers theft, fire and flooding plus accidental da,age subject to an excess. It’s not expensive - Best advice is to get the co to state the records ar
  14. I’ve just renewed my home contents insurance and was refused cover for my record collection due to its present value (maybe time to sell some!). Another major firm covered it ok subject to an upward limit and reassuringly adding it in writing on the policy document. Boring subject, I know, but with values increasing so much, it’s well worth checking this out for peace of mind. Especially if you live in a flood zone. Apparently one of our Lancashire dealers had his warehouse flooded a few years ago - I can imagine the time and cost involved. Insuring a play record box for DJs when t

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