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  1. Larry Santos and Ritchie Adams now both over $1,000
  2. Really shocked when I learned on Facebook of Winnie's passing. First got to know him back in the days of KTF forum, These Old Shoes and the Brighton Sunday alldayers. Last saw him at Cleethorpes last year when we chatted and exchanged grandad experiences. Such a nice bloke and I think, fair to say, one of the most respected faces on the NS scene. Deepest sympathies to all his family - R.I.P. Winston Stubbsy
  3. Wanted on US label Event EV227 - Demo, or issue. VG+ or better. Please pm me with price & condition if you got one for sale!
  4. Ad Libs - Johnny My Boy c/w I'm Just A Down Home Girl - on Blue Cat 123 white demo, VG+ £70. UK recorded delivery £2.50. Cash, cheque, orķ Paypal (preferred). pm if interested.
  5. For anyone who's interested, here's my playlist from Monumental Weekender at Clacton on Saturday - 45 minute set from 1.30 to 2.15: Shapeshifters feat. Teni Tinks - "Try My Love (On For Size)" - Glitterbox Crown Heights Affair - "Somebody Tell Me What To Do" - De-Lite T S Monk - "Candidate For Love" - Mirage Bobby King - "If You Don't Want My Love" - Warner Bros Skip Mahoney - "Janice (Don't Be So Blind To Love" - SalSoul Innersection -" I'm In Debt To You" - Group 5 Ritchie Family - "I'll Do My Best (For You Baby)" - RCA Al Wilson - "Earthquake" - Roadshow Dynamic Superiors - "One Nighter" - Motown Sister Sledge - "Love Don't You Go Through No Changes On Me" - Atco Fantastic Puzzles - "Come Back Part 1" - New Moon Loleatta Holloway - "Dreamin' - Gold Mind Shapeshifters feat. Teni Tinks - "When Love Breaks Down " - Glitterbox Donald Byrd And 125th Street NYC " Love Has Come Around " - Elektra All on original 7" US originals with the exception of the Glitterbox single!
  6. I know what you mean Lawrence! I, personally, would always prefer to hear atb but it seems a lot of the folks that go out nowadays only want to hear classic oldies and not interested in hearing anything else
  7. Sorry to hear you're closing The Harold Lawrence. Enjoyed a few good nights there! Proper soul club/music!
  8. So right Chalky, couldn't agree more! Some of the acrobatics are totally out of context with the music. That's why I always like watching the best shufflers where it's all about the foot work and usually in time with the music
  9. US original - Jaguar 100, the white label single sided demo VG+ £30 recorded deliver £2.50 Paypal (preferred), cheque or cash pm me if interested Thanks for looking
  10. I looked there a few years ago Mal. I found and visited only one record shop and guess what there sat boldly on the counter was a John Manship guide! null
  11. Rock & Roll Heaven and Banana's worth a look but don't expect to find any bargains there they've both been done to death by the Brits and most, if not all, of the US dealers are now clued up on the value of soul records!
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    Ooh I'm already getting excited. Be there with my usual partners in crime Geoff, Paul & Helen. Come on folks there's only 5 of us posted an RSVP there must be lots of others on here who are going so hit the RSVP button!
  13. Bloody Butch! Always has to be different to us mere mortals
  14. Cheers Chalky The one on Willkerr I think you are referring to is titled "Keep Me Dancing" by True image - feel free to correct me if I'm wrong . Same song but inferior to the Ike Strong version (IMHO)!
  15. Cheers mate Speaking of modern anthem it reminds me a lot of Curtis "How Can I tell Her"! Just had a look on Popsike - last genuine one went for £335 May last year. Before then varies in price so would imagine you're right about the not get one for less than £200. Strikes me that it's one of those that, although not massively expensive in the bigger scheme of things, will be a hard on to find. Bloody hell, there's one on Popsike that is clearly described a carver and someone forked out £60 for it
  16. Be grateful if anyone can give me the lowdown on this one, i.e. Year of release Who broke it Where was it played (a good bet I imagine would be Rotherham, Clifton Hall)
  17. B1 OKEH - I've responded by pm (again)
  18. Recently discovered this - 2 years late! Great tune - white label demos only it appears. One or two now for sale on Discogs but quite expensive!
  19. Warner Brothers WBS49655 Classic early 80's If anyone got one for sale please pm me with price and condition
    Having trekked up to West Yorks from deepest Essex on Thursday (bloody 6 hour journey ) for Easter was on the look out for something local. Search on SS events for Saturday came up with The Harold, Bradford and Soul In Haworth at the Parkside. I'd been to The Harold a number of times before so plumped for the Haworth do as cheap taxi ride back over't hill to Cottingley! Glad we did in the end as we had such a great night listening/dancing to mainly classic oldies 6t's & 7t's. All four dj's played excellent sets and absolutely nothing was played which was non dancefloor friendly! The club is old style social type club upstairs with large dancefloor, tables round the edges, bar at one end, stage with dj's at the other end. Cheap bar prices was a bonus - just over £7 for a pint and two halves of lager (for the girls) - bloody hell I'm used to paying London prices Not the biggest crowd, I think made up of local Soulies but everyone seemed to be having a good time! I'm giving this do a big and I'll deffo be back as long as it coincides with a future visit to West Yorks!
  20. I don't get out as much as I used to but everywhere I've been of late - "Jeanette" Wade Flemons

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