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About MotownSoulMan

  • Birthday 03/12/1954

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  • A brief intro...
    Force fed Soul from the day I was born by my parents, and it stuck. Now retired, after a working lifetime in Her Majesties Armed Forces. Married for 40 years in 2019 to Carrie, with two grown up lunatics, I mean daughters.

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    Music, Fishing, Shooting, Walking, Collecting Militaria and generally keeping myself active.
  • Location
    Swaledale. North Yorkshire Dales
  • Top Soul Sound
    Way, way too many to choose just one, but if my life depended on it, I would say, There's No Love Left by The Isley Brothers.

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  1. Thanks for that @Roburt I look forward to reading both books.
  2. I rediscovered this yesterday. I was I little bored and had a look through my late old dad's records. Spinned it three times yesterday and i've played this video twice this morning. Proper wake up song. Dusty Springfield - Live It Up. Philips 40245. 1964
  3. It's a great song. Loved it every since the first time I heard it.
  4. Not much of Friday left, but there's time to stick this little beauty up. George Tindley - Ain't That Peculiar
  5. Top oldie, from the album, Can't Get Enough, 20th Century Records, T-444, 1974 Barry White - You're The First, My Last, My Everything
  6. From, I Am My Brothers Keeper, Soul SS-728. 1970. The Ruffin Brothers - Turn Back The Hands Of Time
  7. Great bit of Modern Soul from the Motown stable. David Ruffin - I Can't Stop The Rain. Motown TMG 1078. 1977
  8. Top tune mate. Didn't I stick that one up a while back?
  9. Ain't played this good old oldie for ages, till earlier today. Jackie Wilson - I'm The One To Do It
  10. Not heard that one before mate. Good tune. ☺
  11. Not heard that often. A belated Happy 75th Birthday to Diana Ross for Tuesday 26th March. Diana Ross - The Boss. Motown 1979
  12. Just a good old honest song from 1980 The Brothers Johnson - Stomp. A&M
  13. That songs kinda infectious isn't it?. All I can find on samples is this.
  14. Always liked this, and can never understand why it's so underplayed. It's just one of those fabulous oldies, perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon, played very very loud. Diana Ross and the Supremes - Forever Came Today
  15. Something really nice and smooth, for a Sunday afternoon. Johnny Bristol - Hang On In There Baby (Extended Version)

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