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    Rod Shard
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    Surprisingly 60's soul music
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    Clitheroe
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    Riots "Telling lies" Island

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  1. modernsoulsucks

    US 60's Garage bands

    Used to have quite a few punk/garage US 45s but let most of them go for Northern swaps. I kept this 45 though Remember Alex Jones and myself finding 20+ copies of Surrealistic Pillar 45 in a Cajun store somewhere in Louisiana.
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    Help With Lost Record...

    No idea how you file your 45s but if say in cardboard sleeve have you checked you ain't put 2 45s in one sleeve ?
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    is this for real...marvin and tammy...£200 +

    Two knobheads and a moron who dropped out at £64.
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    Favorite two-step tracks/artists?

    I don't think so. Didn't see much of Victor after '91 but Stan kept coming. Stan got more into I guess what's called crossover now. I heard Victor on the radio not that long ago but can't remember what it was. Must have been him as introduced as one of innovators and playlist was two-step and mellow rare groove like Jean Carn, Jones Girls etc. If you know 'em say hello from me.
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    Favorite two-step tracks/artists?

    TBH never heard that before. Vocals a bit weak. And being primarily Northern fans we'd kinda steer clear of IL things.
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    Favorite two-step tracks/artists?

    It's the riff 37 seconds in which makes it for me.
  7. modernsoulsucks

    Favorite two-step tracks/artists?

    We were in Affleck's Palace. Out of the Past.
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    Favorite two-step tracks/artists?

    We used to sell a lot of two-step [and rare groove] albums from our stall in Manchester back in late 80's and the 90's. A London guy called Victor [and his mate Stanley] used to come up to Manchester and kinda told us what to look for style-wise. In the USA at the time these albums were easily available and so a trip to US looking for Northern was financially cushioned if you knew what to look for in those other styles. I remember the first warehouse I went into in Atlanta in '88 I must have come out with 1000+ albums at $1 each. Did the London fairs regularly. They'd sell like hot cakes. One time the table went over there was such a crush to buy. Reminded me of Wigan record bar at times. This track was a popular cheapie [nice little riff at the beginning and repeated toward the end]
  9. modernsoulsucks

    Nolan porter- if only I could be sure

    Sounds like Three Dog Night to me. Awful !
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    Worst Cover Version Ever? Any Genre

    The riff though is so good it's hard to completely ruin it. Was Benny Hill popular in Japan ?
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    Bob and Gene -Frankie Crocker

    More likely both had heard "Tighten up" ?
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    Iris ?? on MGM

    Benji was spot on. Still is despite you and "Louise" agreeing.
  13. modernsoulsucks

    Favorite two-step tracks/artists?

    Just picked up the album
  14. modernsoulsucks

    Innocent bystanders-frantic escape-Pameline white promo

    If you've seen a copy on internet maybe it does exist. Not seen one myself. I assumed "Crime" was A-side hence promo has that both sides.
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    Innocent bystanders-frantic escape-Pameline white promo

    ? I've got a promo stuck on a 45 box cos it's "Crime..." on both sides.


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