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Joey

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About Joey

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    Club Soul
  • Birthday November 10

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  • Public Real Name
    Joe
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Kirkcaldy, by way of Oldham and other points north, south, east and west.
  • Top Soul Sound
    Moses smith. Girl across the street

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  1. Wigan 1-0

    Yeah, the cheating/simulation is completely out of hand. Once upon a time it was only the South Americans and players from the Latin European countries who did it. Now it's absolutely rife, in every level of the game. The fix? If the authorities really wanted...
  2. Wigan 1-0

    Tainted love? Northern then. And if then, then also now. Doesn't matter whether you like it, or not. I never did, even in 73, I much preferred Finders Keeprs and Come go with me. Cant believe we're even debating Move on Up. Great soul artist, great soul...
  3. Wigan 1-0

    Move on up, not northern. Livin in love, not northern. No "math" needed. Oh, and it was never a red card!!!!!
  4. Wigan 1-0

    And I thought it was crap by the end of 75. If this is a true representation of what was played there after that, I really am glad I stopped going. I've just YouTubed some of this garbage, and nearly vomited up my Brie and cranberry baguette. Some people have...
  5. Wigan 1-0

    Christ. Just......forking Christ!!! And people have the nerve to argue the point about the Northern scene dying by the end of 75. Some shit was played in all the iconic labs, but it was only one or two tunes, quickly dropped and consigned to the dustbin of h...
  6. Wigan 1-0

    Yeah, usually play a few well known Casino sounds there. But for the life of me, can someone tell me how the f**k "Move on up" is known as Northern? In 74 it was a mainstream chart tune played at divvie clubs up and down the country. What next? Limmie and fam...
  7. Wigan 1-0

    As before, this is life as a City supporter! Us older supporters are enjoying the moment, for now, but still remember the bad old days, and are just waiting for them return!
  8. Twisted Wheel - Sounds ?

    Hiya Fred, I may be being presumptuous, but I think he may mean one that had been on general release at some point in the UK, the type most of us had in our boxes/collections. Many of the ones posted on this thread I suppose. I owned a lot of rarer...
  9. Twisted Wheel - Sounds ?

    To be honest, I can't remember the Four Tracks being played ANYWHERE, back then. Then again, it WAS a long time ago, and the mists of time grow thicker by the day! as far as all DJs having rare stuff that no one else had, no, not really, most of the ones...
  10. Twisted Wheel - Sounds ?

    Oh, you're a little darling for posting that one! I mean, put yourself in my place, and you'd think that heaven must have sent you!!!!!!!!!!!! Can I get a witness to this, or am I just being a little too peculiar? Must be off, got a go-go to attend this after...
  11. Twisted Wheel - Sounds ?

    Back on topic. This really is an all time classic, and very much near the top of any list I could ever compile. Played all over the place "back when", and really should be today. Eddie's vocal is sublime. Strength and emotion in equal parts. The backing ...
  12. Twisted Wheel - Sounds ?

    Ha, yeah, I got a gentle chiding for becoming involved "off topic" shall we say. We live and learn....or not, as the case may be! :-) The times you're describing are a bit before my time unfortunately. But fascinating nonetheless, and fit in with many of...
  13. Twisted Wheel - Sounds ?

    No longer have my print copy, sold it years ago. Now I'm going to have to go and spend more of my sodding pension on an amazon kindle download to find out!😂 Cant believe this one hasn't been posted yet, nor the Wayne Fontana version which to me was equal...
  14. Twisted Wheel - Sounds ?

    Christ, I thought it was bad enough booting vinyl, but book chapters too?
  15. Twisted Wheel - Sounds ?

    Again, another personal favourite of mine. Rarely played nowadays, as so many people seem to turn their collective noses up at it. Wasn't Tommy Hunt lead singer?
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