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    https://ramrock.bandcamp.com/album/rret003-rare-pleasure-superfine-feeling-pts-1-2 Rare Pleasure are best remembered for their 1976 disco classic ‘Let Me Down Easy’ on Cheri Records 12”. However, a follow up remained elusive and their 1977 ‘Superfine Feeling’ only ever saw the light of day as a horribly rare Frankford/Wayne Mastering Labs acetate running at 10:45 and costing over £400 if you were ever able to track one down. In 2020, Dance Music don, Ashley Beedle was approached to edit the unreleased track which had a UK 12” vinyl release in 2021 on Spencer Broughton’s As and Bees label. Having heard the track in all its glory, Ramrock Boss, Jo Wallace immediately thought that a 7” edit would sound like a Blackpool Mecca classic that never existed! And so, the editing process began again and, this time, the North Street Collective of Ashley Beedle, Darren Morris and Jo Wallace came up with ‘Superfine Feeling’ 7” Edit and in the true tradition of soul tracks, named them Pt1 & Pt2. An exuberant, uplifting, Mecca Soul unreleased monster finally receiving the talcumed dancefloor love it deserves 44 years later!
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    ***WEEKEND VINYL MADNESS*** ***£10 only until midnight [GMT] Sunday 12th September then back up to £17.50*** Come and check out the beautifully remastered Gladys Knight UK release double sider with two BIG sides previously on MAXX Records. Licensed for legitimate UK release, it comes with a dinked centre and card stock bag. After Sunday, the price goes back up to £17.50. Grab 'em at this price now! https://ramrock.bandcamp.com/album/rret001-gladys-knight-the-pips-stop-and-get-a-hold-of-myself-c-w-tell-her-youre-mine
  3. The beast is unleashed! Rare Pleasure's 'Superfine Feeling' Pts 1 & 2 - first time on 7" anywhere and all legally cleared. Artist: Rare Pleasure Title: Superfine Feeling 7” Edit Pt. 1/Pt. 2 Format: 7” Vinyl Label: Ramrock Retro Matrix No: RRRET003 Rare Pleasure are best remembered for their 1976 disco classic ‘Let Me Down Easy’ on Cheri Records 12”. However, a follow up remained elusive and their 1977 ‘Superfine Feeling’ only ever saw the light of day as a horribly rare Frankford/Wayne Mastering Labs acetate running at 10:45 and costing over £400 if you were ever able to track one down. RRET003 - Rare Pleasure - Superfine Feeling Pts 1&2 by Rare Pleasure In 2020, Dance Music don, Ashley Beedle was approached to edit the unreleased track which had a UK 12” vinyl release in 2021 on Spencer Broughton’s As and Bees label. Having heard the track in all its glory, Ramrock Boss, Jo Wallace immediately thought that a 7” edit would sound like a Blackpool Mecca classic that never existed! And so, the editing process began again and, this time, the North Street Collective of Ashley Beedle, Darren Morris and Jo Wallace came up with ‘Superfine Feeling’ 7” Edit and in the true tradition of soul tracks, named them Pt1 & Pt2. An exuberant, uplifting, Mecca Soul unreleased monster finally receiving the talcumed dancefloor love it deserves 44 years later! Listen above and pm to order the limited vinyl.
  4. News/Article/Feature Highlight: The beast is unleashed! Rare Pleasure's 'Superfine Feeling' Pts 1 & 2 - first time on 7" anywhere and all legally cleared.  . listen and read via the below... View full article
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    Today's the day that Aaron Neville's 'Hercules' drops b/w Al Jarreau's 'Use Me' - his beautiful cover of Bill Withers classic - and the first time out on 45. Both tracks have been lovingly remastered and come complete with a dinked centre and stock bag. Once they're gone, they're gone. £10 + P&P, please PM to purchase Audio available here: https://ramrock.bandcamp.com/album/aaron-neville-hercules-al-jarreau-use-me
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    The beast is unleashed! Rare Pleasure's 'Superfine Feeling' Pts 1 & 2 - first time on 7" anywhere and all legally cleared. Listen here and pm to order the limited vinyl. Rare Pleasure are best remembered for their 1976 disco classic ‘Let Me Down Easy’ on Cheri Records 12”. However, a follow up remained elusive and their 1977 ‘Superfine Feeling’ only ever saw the light of day as a horribly rare Frankford/Wayne Mastering Labs acetate running at 10:45 and costing over £400 if you were ever able to track one down. In 2020, Dance Music don, Ashley Beedle was approached to edit the unreleased track which had a UK 12” vinyl release in 2021 on Spencer Broughton’s As and Bees label. Having heard the track in all its glory, Ramrock Boss, Jo Wallace immediately thought that a 7” edit would sound like a Blackpool Mecca classic that never existed! And so, the editing process began again and, this time, the North Street Collective of Ashley Beedle, Darren Morris and Jo Wallace came up with ‘Superfine Feeling’ 7” Edit and in the true tradition of soul tracks, named them Pt1 & Pt2. An exuberant, uplifting, Mecca Soul unreleased monster finally receiving the talcumed dancefloor love it deserves 44 years later!
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    Aaron Neville - Hercules b/w Al Jarreau - Use Me - Ramrock Retro Aaron Neville's rare groove classic backed with Al Jarreau's cover of Bill Wither's 'Use Me' - never released on 45 before. Fully licensed and re-mastered for your listening pleasure. Dinked centre and card stock bag. Available to pre-order here - release date August 6th
  8. Thanks Ed - much appreciated. Keeping safe and sound. Thanks for the props Jo xx Mark, thank you for all your help and support with this release. xx
  9. A new label is born – RAMROCK RETRO with the strap line ‘Yesterday’s Sounds Today’. I'm incredibly proud to present the stunning debut release – Gladys Knight and the Pips and their legendary Northern Soul stomper ‘Stop and get a hold of myself’ flipped with the mid-tempo monster ‘Tell her you’re mine’, all lovingly remastered to the highest audio quality by Darren Morris at North Street West Studios for your ultimate listening pleasure. Release date for the vinyl is February 5th, 2021. After having left the group in 1962 to marry jazz musician Jimmy Newman and becoming a mum, Gladys Knight reunited with The Pips in 1964 and, along with her brother Merald ‘Bubba’ Knight and cousins William Guest and Edward Patten, formed the iconic ‘dream team’ of Gladys Knight & the Pips and signed to Larry Maxwell’s New York MAXX label. With Gladys + the guys back together, it didn’t take them long to unleash the 1965 soul stormer ‘Stop and get a hold of myself’, penned by Van McCoy on Maxx 334, swiftly followed by the wonderful ‘Tell her you’re mine’ on Maxx 335 co-written by Gladys herself and ERA label boss, Herb Wiseman. The vinyl is super limited to 500 copies worldwide. Available now on Ramrock Bandcamp and via your favourite vinyl retailers. https://ramrock.bandcamp.com/album/rret001-gladys-knight-the-pips-stop-and-get-a-hold-of-myself-c-w-tell-her-youre-mine There is a myriad of amazing double siders already licensed via Good Times Music and destined for release on Ramrock Retro ranging from Rare Groove, Mod Jazz, 60’s RnB + previously unreleased disco gems. Follow Ramrock on Bandcamp to receive release alerts…. Thank you for your support – exciting times! Jo xx Ramrock Records
  10. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Debut release from Jo Wallace's new label Ramrock Retro - Gladys Knight at her finest View full article
  11. Evening all - I was the resident DJ at the Ship in Chatham for 9 years on Sunday nights. One of the regulars was a dresser for Doris Troy in 'Mama I want to sing'. He asked if she'd come down and perform at the Ship for World Aids Day and she said 'yes'. A gracious lady and the pub was so packed, that you couldn't pass a Rizla paper between people. I DJ'd at both events and I have photos
  12. Evening - I'm Ashley's trouble and strife :D I don't work for his record labels - I own 4 labels and he remixes for me :) If you're interested in what we're up to now, drop me a line - some outstanding house releases.


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