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  1. grahame c

    KTF INTERNET RADIO

    cured the booming noise problem,had the site open twice ,bloody idiot ,now the sound is very good.
  2. grahame c

    KTF INTERNET RADIO

    Yes,He does a slot 7.30-10.00 pm Saturdays and Louise Bugeja 8.00-10.00 Tuesdays. Do you reckon he creates the weeklyplaylists. You beat me to it.
  3. grahame c

    KTF INTERNET RADIO

    No,Just keep the faith internet radio search in browser.
  4. grahame c

    KTF INTERNET RADIO

    Hi All,Any body come across KTF internet radio,24/7 for a week and then get's a new play list for the next week. I am listening to it at the moment with 2 others apparently,the sound is not brilliant,a bit booming but they have played some very good tunes. I don't know how many followers they have but could be worth supporting it.
  5. grahame c

    Non Vinyl

    Thanks for all your replies,I will listen to your suggested records and uploads to this thread as as you say carrie on discovering. I am in the Northampton area,bit of a way from Manchester and St Ives for a night out. We are going out tonight but not NS I am afraid and don't laugh either,golf club Christmas party with,drum roll,ABBA Tribute band. No answer to that is there.
  6. grahame c

    Non Vinyl

    HaHey I think I have done it, These are my lists of what I deem as NS favorites and as requested by Timillustrator,interested in your input.Cheers.
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  8. grahame c

    Non Vinyl

    Very good,looks as if it had a great atmosphere, Was it at St Ives Cambridge.
  9. grahame c

    Non Vinyl

    That's more like it,liked all those and have a couple in my list.
  10. grahame c

    Non Vinyl

    Well I have just listened to the above tracks and even more confused as to my perception of Northern soul/soul music, Love bandit and Does your mama know I would not class as NS/S,they are certainly more funkish and not for me at the moment, Suffering Wrath I quite like that and to me still has the thing to make me listen to it. Martin S made a interesting point on hearing some track he had fell out of love with,forgot about it for years and got reintroduced to it and re-found it which can happen to a lot of us and that is the same as a new follower finding for the first time the overplayed classics that the long time followers have fell out of love with. PS still trying to load my lists???
  11. grahame c

    Non Vinyl

    Hi,Have been trying to load my lists but its not working,bloody computers,any techies out there. Got to go out now,will try again,watch this space.
  12. grahame c

    Non Vinyl

    Martin S,The 9th Track was pretty good,the others a bit slow for me,cheers Mark S,Not bad and a bit more to my liking,cheers. I will look into the youtube downloading,Ta.
  13. grahame c

    Non Vinyl

    No I did not.
  14. grahame c

    Non Vinyl

    Hi All,Thankyou for your replies and input. From the music perspective I do agree with a lot of your comments,it is early days and thereis a lot of stuff I have not heard yet,wether it be classic,modern,rare etc andi am not sure what falls into each category. I was going to put a copy of my list in this post from a scan to my laptop,buggered if I could do it,so gave up.Open to help there. I do like the more up tempo,faster beat stuff generally, Sidney Barnes-Standing on solid ground(Great) Moses Smith-Girl across the street-makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up. Cause your mine-Temptations etc etc. Thanks BabyboyandM ,your uploaded tracks pretty good. It certainly varies from person to person.I will still venture out and discover. I went to an ordinary music event last Saturday(disco stuff) and got bored. There does seem a difference of how long you have been on the scene as to how you rate the music. Coming back to my initial question of non vinyl,I am not advocating you have one or the other at a venue but whether they can be side to side and possibly the CD,MP3 promoting the vinyl. It certainly is easier to get CD ,MP3 than vinyl and cheaper. PS if I get my list uploaded perhaps somebody can tell me the predominant category my taste lies. Again thankyou for your replies.
  15. grahame c

    Non Vinyl

    Hi my first post,here goes, Being a relatively new follower of Northern soul/soul over the last 18 months and over 60 years old(I missed it when I was younger,girls,disco,playing squash) Some of it I remember from Motown and I am afraid 3 certain adverts made me aware of it and I started checking the music out,I found some brilliant tracks from various artists,started buying CD's and then ventured to Northern soul/soul events locally to here my favourite tracks and learn to dance to them(after watching youtube videos) Then came a slight disappointment,I did not here them.I did here music that I had not heard before and some of it I liked some of it I did not but that is down to individual,2 events I did not dance at all. I then found out about Big Sound Snobbery,most DJ's wanting to play rare and obscure sounds which,ok can be good or bad and that's how you find new track's you like but what about filling the dance floor which they do not seem to be concerned about. I know have about 150 tracks that I would be on the dance floor to but very rarely hear them. I do appreciate and understand the vinyl ethos and DJ's doing the tables etc and long may it continue,but why not have events that use other forms of media like CD's, mp3 in a room with a big dance floor,play the BIG Sounds and have the dance floor full,I would go because the music will be playing,would any body else. Look forward to constructive replies.


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