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About Soul-Slider

  • Birthday 19/07/1962

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  • A brief intro...
    Into Northern, Motown, Blue-eyed Soul, 60's Mod, Ska, Skinhead Reggae. 

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  • Public Real Name
    Soul-Slider
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Tottenham Hotspur Football Club!!!<br />Bit of Ska & Reggae....and of course my beloved Northern Soul!
  • Location
    King's Lynn
  • Top Soul Sound
    Darrell Banks - I'm The One Who Loves You

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  1. There's a re-issue on British cheap.... https://www.discogs.com/Various-Cancer-Is-A-C-II-Charity-Fundraising-45/release/5434288
  2. I know I'm late, but, Average White Band 'Show Your Hand' (MCA) from their first album.
  3. This thread gives me a chance to mention a great out and out Northern Soul dancer that I've just found, it's in the Tempests 'Someday' mode and it's by the Swingin' Medallions on their first LP. Track is 'M.T.Y.L.T.T' (More Today Than Yesterday) on Smash...check it out, it would go down a storm!
  4. They keep mixing him up with Ben Atkins who was a white soul singer....
  5. Well, it actually say's 'Wait A Million Years' - The Grass Roots? And I've found the LP...
  6. Been buying off John for at least 40 years. He did run Soul Bowl from West Winch (after Portland Street, still King's Lynn) for a period of time during the 90's and I used to visit there regular with a pocket full of cash. I remember getting these gems for between £20-30...Disciples Of Soul (Running Back), Majjestees (Mutt), Four Pros (Just Another Girl), Billy Hambric (Drum), Gene Chandler (Mr. Big Shot) among others. Rest easy big man.
  7. Well, I have both and I would say yes, both the same.
  8. Let's not forget their other 45 on Carla 'Everybody's Got Some Soul / You Can't Keep A Good Man Down'.
  9. I've been doing exactly the same thing, converting my vinyl to digital format (CDs), WAV files, and the programme I use does actually up the volume automatically on the lo-fi tracks from those LPs. I've only been recording the tracks that never came out anywhere else in the UK.
  10. Seen this in a 'Northern' collection.
  11. The Fleet All-Dayer - Fletton, Peterborough 1983. Enjoyed it so much because I learned so many new sounds that day and remember writing a list out of wanted tunes. Was with good mates and I remember buying a copy of Frank Wilson on UK Tamla Motown, still got it of course!
  12. It's not these guys is it? EDIT: Ahh, it's Syndicate Of Sound Inc. on Sound Tex from 1973...

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