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    East Anglia
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    Anything Northern

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  1. Cromer Soul Club's popular Keep the Faith soul dance night. Resident DJs Hitman & Halfnelson spin a brilliant mix of Northern, Motown and R&B at a friendly venue with a great wooden dance floor, competitively priced bar. Venue recently refurbished. £5 on the door or online in advance from Billetto https://billetto.co.uk/e/cromer-soul-club-keep-the-faith-tickets-407391?fbclid=IwAR0MG0KdTDwW7lqHLGuUVFMFs9xGfuEF8MD1MJsmuXqeTlZiRdHkR-MlmIA
  2. Cromer Soul Club hosts its regular Sunday Soul Social at Cromer Social Club, 3pm-6pm, spinning a mix of Northern, Motown and Contemporary classic soul. The venue has a great dance floor, well-priced bar, friendly atmosphere, and is free to members and just £2 to guests.
  3. Cromer Soul Club, November 2018. A sure sign that the scene lives on with new blood and new tunes, alongside with the classics
  4. Cromer Soul Club takes over the Auden Theatre, Greshams, Holt on the closing day of the Holt Festival. A great mix of Sixties Soul, taking advantage of a spectacular built-in sound system. Two dance floors, licensed bar, 3 hours of top tunes, from 4pm, Saturday July 27, with DJs Hitman & Halfnelson.
  5. Yeah, not for playing out, but because people seem to collect anything these days just as artefacts from a past era. Presumably they're quite rare in the sense that somebody might have knocked off only a small number at the time and a fair few might have been trashed years ago. Can't say I've ever noticed anything similar for sale - hence my original post, so who knows...
  6. Thanks for the info. Do people collect these, or is it not the done thing to sell it on (it being a carver etc)?
  7. I recently picked up this 45 in a batch of stuff, but have no idea whether it's someone's dodgy boot/carver or something of interest. It feels like shellac rather than vinyl and has hand written titles - "You've got the upper hand" by Candi Staton; and "Put me in your Pocket" by Jeannette Harper. Other than that, it has a distinctive logo, and printed type - Demonstration Record. Sound quality is not great, but playable. Anyone seen anything like it?
  8. A free night of Northern soul, Motown and Crossover, hosted by Soul on the Water at the Waterfront Inn in Diss, Norfolk, featuring floor-filling Cromer Soul Club DJs Hitman Hawkins and Trevor Half-Nelson spinning the vinyl - 8pm til late.
    Great night with a lot of top tunes. Bar was quite cheap and there was room to dance. Would have preferred it to run later, but heard on the grapevine that might happen. Even spotted a well-known DJ from back in the day in the crowd. Best bit was when his picture popped up on a projection screen from years back. What are the chances of that?

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