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About Koolkat

  • Birthday 17/03/1957

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    soul,salmon fishing, football,cycling, chess.
  • Location
    Blackburn
  • Top Soul Sound
    Bari Track

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  • Ebay seller name
    koolkatdetroit

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  1. Koolkat

    first three records to start a set

    What???? Why would you say this? The man's obviously into his northern. Why wouldn't he want to share?
  2. Koolkat

    5 Favourite Films

    One flew over the cuckoos nest. Deliverance. Kellys hero's. School for scoundrels. Dirty rotten scoundrels.
  3. Koolkat

    Rarest Tamla Motown Lp

    I got a monitors lp in the Blackburn branch. 1974.
  4. Koolkat

    Male Voices

    Levi all day. Brook Benton could nail a song too.
  5. Koolkat

    best under priced record under 20 pound

    That's a great sound. Never heard that before.
  6. Koolkat

    Nancy Wilson R I P

    End of our love.......Brilliant. That and Please Operator, Neverless, Anne Perry will always always remind me of my earliest visits to the Casino. Rip Nancy. Thank you.
  7. Koolkat

    Northern Soul - vintage live videos

    Never heard that vibrations before. Brilliant.
  8. Koolkat

    Non Vinyl

    See...........Ive never heard that Bessie Jones before. That's how mad northern soul is.
  9. Koolkat

    Mr. Floods Party on JM's auction

    How come the Anita Moore song is credited to Les McCann as being the composer? Am I missing something?
  10. Koolkat

    Forgotten Monsters From Wigan Etc Days

    Yep. This absolutely reeks of the Casino closely followed by Nancy wilson .....End of our love.
  11. Koolkat

    Youth Club Soul

    Pleckgate school youth disco on a Friday night, St Gabriels on a Saturday night and West End on a Sunday night. All in Blackburn. There were a couple during the week as well at The Courts. Patchwork and star jumpers, two tone parallels form Blackburn Market, Como shoes from a local shop named Sokos and check shirts from Watson and Wrigleys. Crombie for winter. Braided Barathea blazer made an appearance a few months on. Music was Boogaloo Party, Breakout, The Next In Line, Cum-a-la-be-stay, all the Motown biggies etc. This would be 1972. A. little kid wet behind the ears. Amazing to think 18 months further on in life I would be hitting Wigan, Blackpool etc a fully fledged soul boy.
  12. Koolkat

    Poll: Version Battle - Run For Your Life

    Harrison Brothers for me. Sounds more urgent. Would love to have danced to this bitd.
  13. Koolkat

    Dancing In Trainers

    Superb. Just as I remember. Best shoes ever for dancing in.
  14. Koolkat

    Caneil label

    I'm confused. I seem to remember I had a disc on the Caneil label "How can I forget". I think it was by Joey Dee?? But what's got me confused is I seem to think it was a much slower song than the "Wigan" biggie of 74. A different song altogether. Iv actually had the record but sold it ages ago. And now I've no clue to what it was. Anyone any ideas as to what it was. Or am I mistaken about everything.
  15. Koolkat

    Most Scary Allnighter back in the 70s

    Definite edge to the all-nighters from 73 to 75 when I was starting out. You had to keep alert for sure. I never carried lots of money on me. Dubes were hidden in the midweek in certain places that you could pick up at the weekend on your way to the nighters. Most towns had older guys who would terrorise us youngsters. I'm from Blackburn and we had them. One notorious chap tried to take my Como shoes off me midweek at a local disco. Bastard. I've never forgotten that. I shit my pants.


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