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    The one's that have that certain magic! That certain undefinable pzazz!!

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  1. This is a great quality 70's soul record. Reminds me a little of Douglas and Lonero! It is a pity it's only on LP and not a single 45rpm. The original LP from 1975 is very hard to get now, but it has been reissued on a Look-a-Like L.P. "IF ONLY I COULD PROVE TO YOU"
  2. Bought my mint issue from the Soul Bowl for £10. In those days it was always sold for "What's The Use In Me Trying". Both sides are lyrically a bit depressing. One side is about giving up on life and the other is about being free from this life. I have never known what all the fuss was about with "Let My Heart and Soul be Free". It's ok, but that's all!
  3. Philips styrene is so easy to wear out if played too much! I only played my copy of "You won't change me" Bobby Hebb once or twice to make sure it ok then put it into the collection. Would only play it on a rare occasion! My demo of "Love,Love,Love" plays well, but I have an issue copy as a play copy. They don't cost much to buy. Same goes for Blue Rock styrene! Really easy to wear out!
  4. Sorry to hear this. Sad loss indeed. All there Windy C records are great. Also still like "Stay Close To Me" and some of there other Buddah records.
  5. I bought from the Soul Bowl as an original. It feels and looks like 1960's vinyl plastic. Heavy vinyl, but a slightly brittle feel to it. A bit like a vinyl Gordy or Soul label record. It wasn't much money because common oldies were right out of fashion in the early 1980s' when I bought it. Mostly everyone wanted 60's newies or newly discovered semi-knows at that time. (A lot of which later became the classics of today!)
  6. Sorry I can't answer the original post question, but does anybody know the story on the E.J. Chandler release on Sound Of Soul. I remember it first being played in Wigan about the time Pat Brady was djing there 78/79? The record was very expensive in the first few weeks then it dropped down to about £3 and there was lots of copies for sale. Was this record released about that time 1978/79 on the yellow Sound Of Soul, from an old master tape? Or was it a current recording but sounded like a 60's record? Because the EJ Chandler vinyl does is not look/feel 1960's! The red S.
  7. I had Sandy Waddy on an original Sound Of Soul, but it was a Red label. Definately a 60's original.
  8. I like Esther Phillips Just Say Goodbye, but £650 is really an amazing high price for it!
  9. Todays obvious piece of info! If you need to saw wood or metal, keep your intended cut as near to a underneath support as possible. Let the off cut hang out in midair, so it's weight keeps the cut open and saw free to move.
  10. That's the sort of playlist I remember for M's. Also add "A Little Bit Hurt" Julian Covey. That used to take the roof off! I do remember "My World Is On Fire" Jimmy Mack being played quite a lot, even though now it maybe wouldn't be associated with M's. Youth and top notch gear was needed for M's !
  11. "I Never Knew" - Eddie Foster - In. There's also many more as well, close to that, I first heard at Wigan Casino nighters, that would be the last to go!
  12. This is excellent, really like it. Although the backing track reminds me of "Bet you never thought about it" by the Newsounds in places. Great sound but whats the story with it?
  13. "You're Everything" - Joe Vandiver - Jade. Although someone will probably say they used to play it umpteen years ago!!
  14. Roger Banks used to play this a lot! Great record, it's a shame it did not come out on a UNI 45 single!
  15. "WHOSE LITTLE GIRL ARE YOU" DANNY WILLIAMS UK DERAM. ORIGINAL 1967 FIRST ISSUE. £35 YOU CAN SEE ON THE PICTURES THAT THE DR 41266 NUMBER IS PRINTED UPSIDE DOWN ON BOTH SIDES. THIS WAS COMMON PRACTICE FOR 1960's DECCA/DERAM ORIGINALS. CONDITION IS VG+ THE RECORD PLAYS VERY WELL WITH NO NOTICABLE IMPERFECTIONS. THE VINYL DOES HAVE SEVERAL SCUFF MARKS ON IT, WHEN YOU CATCH THE RECORD IN THE LIGHT. Note:- THE 1977 DERAM LOOKALIKE REISSUE, HAS THE DR 41266 NUMBERS PRINTED THE RIGHT WAY UP. THE BROWN COLOUR ON THE REISSUE IS A LIGHTER COLOUR. IF NOT HAPPY F

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