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  1. Its m,e John Ill have Lightnin Slim Crazy little baby if i havent got it. Going to bed now . Will check in morning. Thats if its not gone Cheers
  2. SOLD Magic Night “If you and I had never met” UK Pye International Ex condition. Plays ex. Small pen marks on A side label. £70 plus post
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    Ramsbottom Soul Night

    Two additions this month to the R&B small room - both playing their own R&B selections - Andy Childs and Okeh John Rigney. As Howard said above - 5 hours of jumpin' R&B, popcorn, plus some Carib Soul and bits of ska. Early 60's club soul and included somewhere in there I hope to do a half hour spot from one of my fave R&B/blues labels Excello. John
  4. Hi Mark. I still have it definitely . It’s filed and what I will do is look tomorrow and come back to you when I find it. many thanks John
  5. Sorry Mark. I’ve amazingly only just seen this. I’m been out of things for a bit and only just logged on here. The record is still available. Come back to me if you want it and apologies again. John
  6. Is the Mitty Collier still available please
  7. PRINCE & PRINCESS "Ready Steady Go"US Bell 625VG++ condition£30 REDUCED
  8. Your right they didn't have soul acts on generally. That was the only I knew of. It was always a rock pub - awful place to be honest. I know Joe Cocker did play there over the years but back in his Vance Arnold days etc I think he played all around the place. Never was a fan although growing up in Sheffield 60's/early 70's saw him various times - couldn't avoid him.
  9. Bit late replying to this Roburt but saw the Steinways as the Platters at Sheffield Black Swan pub on that tour. They were really good and didn’t actually do that much Platters stuff but just did various 60s soul standards. They did great impressions of various soul groups dance routines saying the most exciting group of them all were the Vibrations.

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