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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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    Tottenham Hotspur Football Club!!! 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. For Soul I've always been a fan of this one... For UK Reggae I love these but I only have a couple myself as they are tough to find...
  2. Yeah OK, fair play. I'll edit my posts on there. Apologies Mike.
  3. Just added both acetates on 45cat, someone on there may hopefully come up with the answers.
  4. Just want to add, there is a 45 of this by the writer of it, Paul Anka on RCA Victor. Only trouble is it's sung in Italian!
  5. Nice one, I've just been listening to a load of Johnny's 45's on Decca. Top Boogaloo stuff!
  6. Oh that reminds me. Sounds Superb LP alt version of 'There's A Ghost In My House'
  7. Wow, took ages to be released in the UK then! That's why I thought it was a recent spin. Cheers.
  8. Here's a traditional 60's Northern dancer, one that's been doing the rounds recently (before lockdown!).. It's from 1966 and only came out in Canada (Quality Records) until last year when it got a release in the UK on 'Moustrap' due to regular plays.
  9. What year is the Dean Parrish? Nice that. Was it released on a 45? EDIT: Found it, Acid Jazz 2021. Thanks.
  10. There's a 45 of this by 'Billy Shields' (Tony Orlando) on Harbour but titled 'I Was A Boy (When You Needed A Man)'. Pretty good too, and played on the scene at some stage.
  11. Johnny Rivers on the writing credits? Not much info here... https://www.45cat.com/record/nc153137us
  12. ...and the 45 on Kent in 2007 There's a few other good 'Northern' LP tracks by Charlie Rich.... 'It Ain't Gonna Be That Way', 'Blowin' Town', and a few more on his Smash LPs.
  13. The Tymes did the same thing, early 60's. At least they advertised the fact! The 45 is in a little pocket on front of the LP.

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