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Mick Holdsworth

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  1. Motown 7s Volume 2 - 7 record box set - Still sealed. (Thought I was out of this, but still have a final spare copy) £100 all-in to UK (inc. Spec Dely) (SOLD) ***************** Capitol Northern Soul 7s Box - 7 record box set - Still sealed. £100 all-in to UK (inc. Spec Dely) ***************** Holland Dozier Holland ‎– Rare And Unreleased 7 Inch Collection - 10 record box set - Still sealed. £50 all-in to UK (inc. Spec Dely) ***************** ***************** Paypal OK - UK ONLY please. Please message me. Thanks Mick
  2. Yes John, Dave Thorley had one for sale about 15 years ago.
  3. The white Inspirations / Companions Benn-X originated from Dave Browns own site, a few years after the Yellow release. Back then the site was something like funkadelphia.com ? I see it's now phillyjazztime and it just shows the yellow release (sold out). Dave Brown did do a sentence in the description explaining the renaming, but I can't rememberr what it said. Maybe Dave can shed some light on the reason for the renaming of "I Can Feel It".
  4. According to J Manship on Discogs, it is Chuck Kenwood and Jan Bradley https://www.discogs.com/Jan-Chuck-What-A-Weekend-West-Coast-Living/release/5296478 Although I see that has been questioned this very day, and is probably a mistake. I've never heard it so I don't know if it is a duet
  5. 45cat has release dates for Jan & Chuck as 1966 and both The Royal Chessmen and The Chapter as 1968. Discogs has similar info for the label, with Royal Chessmen down as 1967, however the 45cat site has . . . "Release date is 1968. Verified by newspaper article touting the group's release of their new record "Can't You See" The Tribune (Coshocton, Ohio) · Fri, Mar 1, 1968 · Page 14" . . . so that would probably be more reliable. Here's a listing for the Night Owl label. http://www.45cat.com/label/night-owl-us
  6. Motown 7s Volume 2 - 7 record box set - Still sealed. £100 all in to UK (inc. Spec Dely) Paypal OK - UK only please. Please message me. Thanks Mick
  7. I used to go for them myself until a few years ago when the penny dropped.
  8. Next thing will be an equivalent of the recent Xbox or Playstation eBay scam. "Absolutely genuine Billy Arnell original photo". Guess what the buyer will receive.
  9. Sunlightsquare - Papa Was A Rolling Stone / Super People - 7" - M- £100 all in to UK (inc. Spec Dely) Motown 7s Volume 2 - Sealed. £100 all in to UK (inc. Spec Dely) Paypal OK - UK only please. Please message me. Cheers Mick SunlightSquare-SuperPeople-Papa.mp3
  10. Hi Phil, I have a spare copy M- condition - £100 all in to UK If interested PM me Cheers Mick
  11. When it first turned up as Soul Bowl I think it was probably a new release, or if not, only a few months old. As you say, easily available. So was Charles Johnson.
  12. Thanks Steve, I also bought the SIM from elsewhere (local shop), so will have to phone or see Vodafone. Hopefully they can sort it out.
  13. Thanks Linda. will see if I can stick with Vodafone first. but will bear this in mind. Cheers Mick

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