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  1. Been exploring the others too, most are not of that much interest to soul fans but the Motown one episode 19 is very good too. "Roger Armstrong & Kevin Howlett discuss their re-vamping of the original Sound Of The R&B Hits compilation." https://acerecords.co.uk/features/the-ace-records-podcast/the-ace-records-podcast
  2. That was really good. A few of the other Ace Records podcasts also look interesting although not that many appear to be soul related particularly.
  3. For those that missed it the first time round it's back on again. I thought the second series was way better than the first but will give it another go. I found it a bit messy - the two main backstories were a bit confusing and detracted a bit from the whole thing but overall I thought it was a good effort and balanced the need to appeal to a mass market with reasonable historical accuracy. https://virgintvgo.virginmedia.com/en/tv/channel-asset.html/lgi-gb-prodobo-master%3A1585/location/41011/1610661600000.html?fbclid=IwAR2TejlhaU52AQgTeZTkRSCxSOT-hOsBjBfksOGSWRbgjwZFPp7di3iYp-Q
  4. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giving_You_the_Best_World_Tour Did a bit more searching and it's on Wikipedia (not always the most reliable source but looks legit) 21, 22 and 24 October 1988. With both of them, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giving_You_the_Best_World_Tour There's a reference but that gives no more info either https://www.songkick.com/concerts/6436891-anita-baker-at-sse-arena-wembley
  5. If you go to page 28 here, it lists Anita playing 15th and 16th June 1990 at Wembley. Because it only lists one artist you have to search again for Luther but his one shows that on the 12th June he was in California and the 30th June in Washington DC, so he could have flown over in the interim but unlikely. It lists Mariah Carey and Luther jointly but that's it. The set list is there though may bring back a memory? https://www.setlist.fm/search?page=28&query=Anita+baker
  6. Zero bids though, maybe common sense has prevailed.
  7. There's definitely winners and losers and things could be dramatic over the next couple of months as furlough ends - for a few it's been a paid holiday, for many it's meant they could return to largely unaffected work once it was safe, but for a very large number it was just a delay to being made redundant. Which will happen just before Christmas.
  8. Pretty much the same here, a few enquiries over the last few weeks but probably down by about 66% on the year. Some areas of work more likely to return than others, some will never. Can't see most of our clients committing to anything much until next year really. I know if I was in their position I wouldn't!
  9. You can have music BUT "Refraining from playing music or broadcasts that may encourage shouting, including if played at a volume that makes normal conversation difficult. This is because of the potential for increased risk of transmission, particularly from aerosol transmission. Loud background music, communal dancing, group singing or chanting should be prevented."
  10. Yeah it's probably not a totally logical decision on their part but maybe the fact that Britain has the highest COVID19 death rate in Europe plus Brexit make it look a bad bet overall?
  11. Surely with today's new restrictions anything live for the rest of 2020 will have to be cancelled? There are still events up.
  12. I buy the odd watch and since the pandemic a lot of foreign sellers have declined to sell to the UK, I've read a few things about delays in the US postal system and goods being stuck for months at a time. Dunno if that's a factor?
  13. A very good point, personally I think it will be the very large venues with massive overheads and the very small venues with little income that'll go. The middle range clubs - British Legions, social clubs and the like will probably make it though, many are open anyway as pubs.

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