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  1. Stuart Russell

    Jeanette Williams

    PM'd you. Stuart
  2. THIS AUCTION IS NOW FINISHED. I'm auctioning a complete run of Grapevine 2000 demos, all in mint/mint minus condition (only a few have ever been played). There are 63 releases and one test pressing. All the big Northern titles are here including Don Gardner, Magnetics, Gerri Hall, Eddie Holman, Fortson & Scott, Vickie Labatt, Servicemen, Bobby James, Al Williams and the Barons Of Soul and Percy Stone 45s which were withdrawn. This is a job lot, I am NOT selling individual 45s. G2K 45-100a VICKIE LABATT – Got to keep hanging on G2K 45-100b GUITAR RAY – You’re gonna wreck my life G2K 45-100 VICKIE LABATT/GUITAR RAY white label test pressing, writing on Guitar Ray side – see photo. G2K 45-101a ELECTRIC EXPRESS – Hearsay (Vocal) G2K 45-101b ELECTRIC EXPRESS – Hearsay (Instrumental) G2K 45-102a CHOICE OF COLOR – Your love G2K 45-102b RON HENDERSON & CHOICE OF COLOR – Love is gone G2K 45-103a BOBBY WAYNE – Long hard road G2K 45-103b BOBBY WAYNE – Do I love you G2K 45-104a MAGNETICS – The look on your face G2K 45-104b MAGNETICS – You were made for love G2K 45-105a TRUE IMAGE – I’m not over you G2K 45-105b TRUE IMAGE – I’m not over you G2K 45-106a TAVASCO – Love is trying to get a hold on me (Radio edit) G2K 45-106b TAVASCO – Love is trying to get a hold on me G2K 45-107a MATT BROWN – Thank you baby G2K 45-107b MATT BROWN – Sweet thing G2K 45-108a LITTLE HANK – Try to understand G2K 45-108b LITTLE HANK – Mr Bang Bang man G2K 45-109a GEORGE HOBSON – Let it be real G2K 45-109b GEORGE HOBSON – A place in your heart G2K 45-110a ERNEST BAKER – Alone again G2K 45-110b ERNEST BAKER – Do it with the feeling G2K 45-111a FORTSON & SCOTT – Sweet lover G2K 45-111b ROBBY FORTSON – Are you for real G2K 45-112a NATHAN WILLIAMS - What price G2K 45-112b NATHAN WILLIAMS - Reaching higher G2K 45-113a SEX – It’s you, baby it’s you G2K 45-113b SEX – It’s you, baby it’s you (Extended version) G2K 45-114a MONTCLAIRS – Hey you! Don’t fight it G2K 45-114b MONTCLAIRS – Never ending love G2K 45-115a ARCHIE HODGE – I really want to see you girl G2K 45-115b ARCHIE HODGE – If I didn’t need you woman G2K 45-116a SERVICEMEN – Are you angry G2K 45-116b SERVICEMEN – I need a helping hand G2K 45-117a BILL CODAY - A man can’t be a man G2K 45-117b SANDRA WRIGHT - A man can’t be a man G2K 45-118a SWISS MOVEMENT – I wish or love could last forever G2K 45-118b SWISS MOVEMENT – One in a million G2K 45-119a MAGNETICS – I’ll keep holding on G2K 45-119b MAGNETICS – Jackie Baby (can you do it) G2K 45-120a DON GARDNER – Cheatin’ kind G2K 45-120b DON GARDNER – Is this really love G2K 45-121a THE SPRINGERS - Nothing’s too good for my baby G2K 45-121b THE SPRINGERS – I can't believe G2K 45-122a THE FOUR DYNAMICS - Things that a lady ain’t supposed to do G2K 45-122b THE FOUR DYNAMICS - That's what girls are made for G2K 45-123a THE JONES BROTHERS - Good Old Days G2K 45-123b THE JONES BROTHERS - Lucky Lady G2K 45-124a MELVIN BROWN & JAMES MATTHEWS - Love stormy weather G2K 45-124b MELVIN BROWN & JAMES MATTHEWS - Soul Man G2K 45-125a CARBON COPIES - Just don’t love you G2K 45-125b CARBON COPIES - Baby I'm coming home G2K 45-126a EDDIE BILLUPS - Ask my heart G2K 45-126b EDDIE BILLUPS - A soldier's prayer G2K 45-127a C. P. LOVE - Trick Bag G2K 45-127b C. P. LOVE - Plenty of room for more G2K 45-128a WILLIE TEE - I’m having so much fun G2K 45-128b WILLIE TEE - First taste of hurt G2K 45-129a L. V. JOHNSON – Trying to hold on G2K 45-129b L. V. JOHNSON – I love you I want you I need you G2K 45-130a MAGNETICS – When I’m with my baby G2K 45-130b MAGNETICS – Count the days G2K 45-131a RON HENDERSON & CHOICE OF COLOR – Gemini Lady G2K 45-131b RON HENDERSON & CHOICE OF COLOR – Goodbye my love G2K 45-132a PERCY STONE – Chained G2K 45-132a PERCY STONE – Chained (WITHDRAWN - Demos only of this exist) G2K 45-133a MATT BROWN – Everyday (I love you just a little bit more) G2K 45-133b MATT BROWN – Baby I'm A Want You G2K 45-134a CHESTERFIELDS – Think it over G2K 45-134b M. R. S. BAND - Why did you leave me baby G2K 45-135a CYNTHIA SHEELER - I’ll cry over you G2K 45-135b NORMA JEAN - I’ve taken over G2K 45-136a SERVICEMEN – I’ll stop loving you G2K 45-136b SERVICEMEN – Sweet magic G2K 45-137a TOMMY TATE – Do you think there’s a chance G2K 45-137b TOMMY TATE – If you got to love somebody G2K 45-138a EDDIE HOLMAN – Hold me in your arms G2K 45-138b M. R. S. BAND - Diggin' It G2K 45-139a BOBBY RICH – Somewhere there’s a girl for me G2K 45-139b BOBBY RICH – I Can't help myself (I'm just dreamin') G2K 45-140a SYL JOHNSON – All I need is someone like you G2K 45-140b SYL JOHNSON – Do you know what love is G2K 45-141a CAROL ANDERSON – Taking my mind off love G2K 45-141b CAROL ANDERSON – Sad girl G2K 45-142a WILLIE TEE – Teasin’ you again G2K 45-142b WILLIE TEE – Teasin’ you G2K 45-143a GERRI HALL – Who can I run to G2K 45-143b JADES – Lucky fellow G2K 45-144a COREY BLAKE – How can I go on without you G2K 45-144b COREY BLAKE – Your love is like a Boomerang G2K 45-145a BOBBY JAMES – I really love you G2K 45-145b LOVELITES – I’m not like the others G2K 45-146a THE VINES – After the rain G2K 45-146b THE VINES – So it be G2K 45-147a JOHNNY MOORE – Yesterday today and tomorrow G2K 45-147b JOHNNY MOORE – Come Fly With Me G2K 45-148a SAINTS – I’ll let you slide G2K 45-148b CAL BRANDON – I kept on smiling G2K 45-149a HERMAN HITSON – You can’t keep a good man down G2K 45-149b HERMAN HITSON – Ain’t no other way G2K 45-150a EDDIE HOLMAN – She’s wanted G2K 45-150b M. R. S. BAND - Sunset on Ridge G2K 45-151a JERRY WILLIAMS - When You Move, You Lose G2K 45-151b JERRY WILLIAMS - That's The Groove G2K 45-152a DOTTIE PEARSON - A House Made Of Love G2K 45-152b DOTTIE PEARSON - Bring It Over Baby G2K 45-153a ANITA ROBBINS – I can stand a little bit more G2K 45-153b CHUCK BROOKS – Last minute plans G2K 45-154a PRECIOUS THREE – I Need A Man G2K 45-154b WENDELL WATTS – You girl G2K 45-155a BARONS OF SOUL - You Need Love G2K 45-155a BARONS OF SOUL - You Need Love (WITHDRAWN - Demo’s only of this exist) G2K 45-156a STORM - Can't Nobody Love Me Like You Do G2K 45-156b STORM - Hung Up On Each Other (Plays at 33rpm!) G2K 45-157a MASQUERADERS – It’s the same thing G2K 45-157b MASQUERADERS – How big is big G2K 45-158a BENNY HARPER – My prayer G2K 45-158b BENNY HARPER – It's Love G2K 45-159a GORGEOUS GEORGE – You Can't Stop A Woman G2K 45-159b Track 1 GORGEOUS GEORGE – Get Up Off It G2K 45-159b Track 2 GORGEOUS GEORGE – It's Not A Hurting Thing G2K 45-160a EDDIE HOLMAN – Sweet Memories Are Haunting Me G2K 45-160b HARTHON ORCH – Groovin' At The Go Go G2K 45-161a DETROIT MAGNIFICENTS – Is This A Woman's Way G2K 45-161b DETROIT MAGNIFICENTS – Where Can I Find Love G2K 45-162a AL WILLIAMS – Try them (Vocal) G2K 45-162b L. P. T.’S – Try them (Inst)
  3. Stuart Russell

    Dave Godin / Mick Jagger

    Perhaps somebody could ask Keith himself. He might answer... http://www.keithrichards.com/questions
  4. Stuart Russell

    Dave Godin / Mick Jagger

    At Dave's funeral the theme from Gone With The Wind was played. If I remember correctly Dave was involved with organising the humanist service and it wouldn't have surprised me if this was his idea.
  5. Stuart Russell

    Dave Godin / Mick Jagger

    Mick Taylor of the Pretty Things (and early member of the Rolling Stones) recalled that he and Jagger used to visit Dave when they were in the sixth form at Dartford Grammar. Godin had left the school seven years before so he wouldn't have known Jagger at school. The story that Ady mentions about Dave knitting is included in Keith Rylatt's Hitsville USA, and was taken from The First Time We Met The Blues, written by David Williams. David was an early British blues enthusiast and he confirmed to Keith that Godin was 'well acquainted' with Mick, Keith and Brian of the Stones. Keith Richard also mentions Godin in his autobiography. As in a recent post about records that he took to the Wheel and other Northern clubs it just proves that Dave's memory was infallable. Or that he just embroidered the truth...
  6. Stuart Russell

    Two crossover wants: JJ Barnes + Swann-Dees

    PM'd you about the Bettye Swann & Sam Dees 45. Stuart
  7. ALL ORIGINAL US RELEASES IN EXCELLENT/VG++ CONDITION UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED. PM PLEASE. PAYPAL FRIENDS. P&P £2 DETROIT EMERALDS – HOLDING ON/THINGS ARE LOOKING UP (WESTBOUND) £175 JOHNNY SAYLES – I CAN'T GET ENOUGH (OF YOUR LOVE) (ST LAWRENCE) £175 SOLD IDRIS MUHUMMAD – I’M A BELIEVER (PRESTIGE DEMO) M- £100 SOLD EXITS – YOU GOT TO HAVE MONEY/UNDER THE STREET LAMP (GEMINI DEMO) VG+ (vinyl has surface marks & scuffs but plays loud & clear) £70 SOLD MONTCLAIRS – HUNG UP ON YOUR LOVE (PAULA) £80 SOLD CARL HALL – YOU’RE SO QUALIFIED (LOMA DEMO) £75 LEON HAYWOOD – CONSIDER THE SOURCE (CAPITOL) £60 MARVIN SMITH – WHO WILL DO YOUR RUNNING NOW (MAYFIELD) £60 NATURALS – DA-DA-DA-DA-DA (I LOVE YOU) (QUADRAN) £40 MASTER PLAN – CLINTON PARK/STEREO (DELITE DEMO) £20 DAVID RUFFIN – RODE BY THE PLACE/JUST LET ME HOLD YOU (MOTOWN M1420) £20 TYRONE EDWARDS – CAN’T GET ENOUGH OF YOUR LOVE (INVICTUS) £10
  8. 12 US ORIGINALS, ALL IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. P&P TO UK ADDRESS INCLUDED. PAYPAL AS FRIENDS. PM OLIVER CHRISTIAN – TRIBUTE TO GIRLS/I KEEP COMING BACK FOR MORE (NORFOLK INTERNATIONAL) TYRONE DAVIS – TURN BACK THE HANDS OF TIME (DAKAR) DELLS – THERE IS/SHOW ME (CADET) ESQUIRES – GIRLS IN THE CITY (LAMARR) FOUR TOPS – SHAKE ME WAKE ME (MOTOWN) ARETHA FRANKLIN – (SWEET SWEET BABY) SINCE YOU’BE BEEN GONE (ATLANTIC) LOLEATTA HOLLOWAY – CRY TO ME (AWARE) LUTHER – IT’S GOOD FOR THE SOUL (UK COTILLION) RONNIE MCNEIR – WENDY IS GONE/SAME (PRODIGAL DEMO) BABY WASHINGTON – DON’T LET ME LOSE THIS DREAM (COTILLION DEMO) BOBBY WOMACK – YOU’RE WELCOME STOP ON BY/SAME (UA DEMO) STEVIE WONDER – IF YOU REALLY LOVE ME (TAMLA)
  9. Stuart Russell

    SOUL BARGAINS – ALL £4 EACH

    ALL £4 EACH & IN EXCELLENT CONDITION UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED. P&P ADD £2. BARRINO BROTHERS – I SHALL NOT BE MOVED (UK INVICTUS) SOLD SAM DEES – COME BACK STRONG/WORN OUT BROKEN HEART (ATLANTIC) SOLD DELLS – ALL ABOUT THE PAPER (20TH CENTURY) SOLD CURTIS MAYFIELD – WE GOT TO HAVE PEACE (UK BUDDAH) SOLD BUNNY SIGLER – KEEP SMILIN’/SAME (PHIL INTERNATIONAL DEMO) SOLD BETTYE SWANN – VICTIM OF A FOOLISH HEART (ATLANTIC) SOLD BOBBY WOMACK – WOMAN’S GOTTA HAVE IT/IF YOU DON’T WANT MY LOVE (UA) SOLD
  10. Stuart Russell

    20 x USA LABEL DEMOS — BARGAINS! UPDATED

    PM'd you.
  11. Stuart Russell

    20 x USA LABEL DEMOS — BARGAINS! UPDATED

    Sorry that's gone.
  12. All in excellent/vg+ condition unless otherwise stated. P&P £2 Please PM if interested in any of the following. Cheers JERRY BUTLER HIgh Stepper/Take The Time To Tell Her – £8 BABY WASHINGTON Don't Let Me Lose This Dream – £10 FOUR SONICS Easier Said Than Done – £50 SOLD UNIVERSAL MIND Something Fishy Going On – £5 SOLD JIMMY RUFFIN Since I've Lost You/I Want Her Love – £15 RONNIE McNEIR Wendy Is Gone – £4 GARLAND GREEN Sending My Best Wishes – £6 BOBBY WOMACK How Could You Break My Heart – £10 SOLD JACKIE WILSON You Brought About A Change In Me – £12 WEAPONS OF PEACE This Life's About To Get Me Down – £10 GENO WASHINGTON What Can A Man Do/Doing The Popcorn – £8 SOLD JR WALKER What Does It Take To Win Your Love/stereo – £4 SOLD JUNIOR PARKER These Kind Of Blues Pts 1 & 2 – £10 SOLD AL PERKINS Nothing Is Impossible – £12 JOHNNY NEWBAG Got To Get You Back – £25 SOLD EDDIE HOLMAN I'll Cry 1000 Tears/I'm Not Gonna Give Up – £20 GARLAND GREEN Don't Let Love Walk Out On Us – £35 BARBARA ACKLIN Just Ain't No Love – £8 (pic sleeve) SOLD ARETHA FRANKLIN Can't See Myself Leaving You – £6 SOLD CLYDE BROWN You Call Me Back/same – £10
  13. Stuart Russell

    Guitar Ray Grapevine 2000

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  14. The In Crowd took well over a year (almost full-time) to complete, and even though we had good intentions of writing volume two we simply didn't have the time. We had taken over the running of Manifesto from Ian Palmer, had also published Dave Shaw's Casino, Keith Rylatt's CENtral 1179 and were working with Dennis Coffey on his autobiography. Our involvement with the Northern scene was mostly the era covered by Volume One, and I didn't feel comfortable writing about clubs, records and people I had little connection or knowledge of. Chalky would certainly do a better job that us!


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