Jump to content
  • Sign Up
Soulfusion source generic profile cover photo


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Sales Feedback


Community Reputation


Profile Fields

  • A brief intro...
    A 60's child; got into music at school and been into funk and soul ever since I heard Earth Wind & Fire for the first time in '79. DJ'd for a while during and after school - nothing special, just 18ths, 21sts weddings etc but mainly played the 80's dance tunes of the day. Collected black music of all genres on vinyl and CD ever since.   

Profile Information

  • Public Real Name
  • Gender
  • Location
  • Top Soul Sound
    Across 110th Street

Recent Profile Visitors

1,010 profile views
  1. Cracking set from everyone but really felt the Les Harrison session. Looking forward to the next upload.
  2. The problem with labels such as "modern" and "contemporary" is that the passage of time means it is neither modern or contemporary and, as such, confuses the hell out of people who arrive on the scene much later than those that lived through the period.
  3. This is a fantastic insight Mark into your personal appreciation of records that constitute "Rare Soul". Unfortunately such lists will attract the "paint by numbers" collector and fuel inevitable price hikes whenever these sought after 45s become available. Nevertheless there will always be some fun had for those knowledgeable collectors with good ears to remain ahead of the price curve identifying future in-demanders in whatever direction soul music decides to travel.
  4. Two 'stock' copies have come up for sale at British Bespoke Auctions recently with the raised AR in the ARCHER stamp. One sold for £60 in May and the other for £35 in June.
  5. Yep will probably spend some time in Newquay but also Llangrannog, Aberporth, Mwnt and will, no doubt try to sneak into Pembroke to visit Newport but we digress..... Anybody watching The Luminaries? Plot is bonkers but there is little new drama on terrestrial TV at moment. Enjoyed The Other One and After Life series 2 recently.
  6. Hoping to be able to stay at our favourite hotel in west Wales and spend some days around the Cardigan coast in August.
  7. It was on for £200 earlier I think....
  8. Congratulations to Liverpool for finally ending that long thirty season wait. Very much deserved.
  9. Also arrived yesterday - for me the Get The Funk Off My Back side shading it.
  10. I've bought from Lil Packaging in the past. UK family business that designs and manufactures their own packaging products, including mailers for vinyl/CDs. Website lilpackaging.com
  11. Thanks Peter for sharing another informative article about an artist that I knew nothing about.
  12. U.K. Issue Laura Greene: Can’t Help Loving Dat Man b/w It’s A Good Day For A Parade Grapevine GRP 135 EX £9 The Happy Cats: These Boots Are Made For Walkin’ b/w Destroy That Boy Grapevine GRP 110 EX £30 Major Lance: Gimme Little Sign b/w How Can You Say Goodbye Contempo CS 2117 VG++ £10 Little Brother Grant And Zapatta Schmidt: Let’s Do It Together b/w Hey Man, Why Torpedo TOR 28 EX £20 Clyde McPhatter: Denver b/w Tell Me B&C (DJ Copy) CB-106 VG+ £16 Sharon Tandy: Our Day Will Come b/w Look And Find Atlantic 584137 VG+ £12 Carla Thomas: Unyielding b/w I’ve Fallen In Love Stax STAX 131 VG+ £22 Doris Troy: One More Chance b/w Please Little Angel Atlantic AT.4020 VG++ £10 U.S.A. Issue Bobbie Black: We Need Love b/w Can’t Treat You Wrong Axis Enterprise AX 112 EX £32 Gregory James Edition: Sunday Lady Mono/Stereo Dakar (Promo) DK 4533 EX £10 Bobby Marchan And The Clowns: You Can’t Stop Her b/w Rockin Behind The Iron Curtain Ace 45-557 EX £33 Radiants: Hold On b/w I’m Glad I’m The Loser Chess 2037 EX £10 Sir Mack Rice: You Shouldn’t Throw Stones b/w When You’re Down And Out VG+ £13 Betty Wright: Girls Can’t Do What The Guys Do b/w Sweet Lovin’ Daddy Alston 4001 VG+ £10 New Zealand Issue The 5th Dimension: The Rainmaker b/w Puppet Man Bell BL.260 VG++ £10 Thanks for looking. Kindly PM or email if interested Payment through PayPal as F & F or add 4% to cover fees; or bank transfer Email/Paypal: steve.green1@btinternet.com Postage & Packing: UK £3 up to 3 records then £1 per each additional record, first class, recorded Europe £4 up to 3 records then £1 per each additional record Rest of World at cost A full money back guarantee, including postage, is offered if you are disappointed with your purchase The following grade system is employed: M, EX, VG++, VG+, VG Mint = Brand new condition with no surface marks/deterioration in sound quality EX = Shows some signs of having been played but there is very little lessening in sound quality VG++ = Has been played many times but has no major deterioration in sound quality VG+ = Has been played many times but has no major deterioration in sound quality despite visible surface marks VG = Has been played many times but has no major deterioration in sound quality despite visible surface marks and the occasional scratch
  13. Hope to see the Pupil teach the Master a lesson tonight. Come on you Gunners!
  14. Great, revealing interview with Thom Bell in the latest issue (July 2020) of Record Collector.
  15. Another great article Pete. Most informative. Please keep them coming...

Source Adverts

  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.