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  1. Woolie2003

    BLACKPOOL TOWER Weekender 3 days for £20

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    What a fantastic trip up from Eastbourne for this - actually thought the Saturday afternoon was the highlight. Fantastic music. Does anyone have the details of the photographer who was taking pictures over the weekend?
  2. Woolie2003

    Things In Records That Make You Shiver

    Mine is Monique - If You Love Me. It's the part towards the end that pleads "I love you baby, yes I do" when her voice cracks. Such unbelievable passion nearly moves me to tears every time I hear it. And yes, it's my ringtone!!
  3. Woolie2003

    South Coast Soul Party

    Hope we can catch up at some point - you know what having two kids is like, you just never seem to get out anymore!! Never mind, they'll soon be old enough to look after themselves and then we'll be out on the razz again (with zimmer frames!)
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    South Coast Soul Party

    Unfortunately, Sal and I are not able to make this tomorrow night, as babysitter situation has gone t*ts up at the last minute We have a room booked at the Travelodge at Portsmouth - if it is of any use to anyone they are welcome to have it for £20 for the night (family room). Just send me a PM and we can sort it out. Hope to catch up with you all soon. Steve & Sal EASTBOURNE
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    South Coast Soul Party

    Hey, hey - Sal and I are making the journey West down to you and to give the place the send-off it deserves (and to welcome Russ home, of course). Can't wait!!
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    Value Please...?

    Anyone have a current value on this 45 please: Intentions - I just can't win / Feel so bad (Moneytown) Cheers, Steve EASTBOURNE
  7. Woolie2003

    Brighton Northern Soul Alldayer

    Great time had by the Woolston's too - many thanks Simon. Not getting out and about as much as previously, it is always good to pick a winner, and we seemed to have done just fine with the Brighton all-dayer yesterday. Saw lots of friends that we haven't seen for a while, and always a pleasure to catch up on gossip, etc. An early doors spot from me (which I really enjoyed, thanks again Simon!!) - this is what I played between 5pm and 6pm ... Who's that lady - Tomorrow's Men (Congress) I still love you - Ann Sexton (Seventy-Seven) I can't make it anymore - Spyder Turner (MGM) Lighten up - Larry Atkins (Highland) I know what to do to satisfy you - Roy Roberts (Tina) He's good enough for me - Patti Austin (Coral) Poor little rich girl - Marvelettes (unreleased Tamla) Way over there - Edwin Starr (Gordy) Come over to my side - Billy Butler (Brunswick) Ooh baby - Deon Jackson (Carla) Bobby is my baby - Barbara Mason (Arctic) My man don't think I know - Gwen Davies (SS7) How I feel about you - Frank Butler (Space Age) The pain gets a little deeper - Darrow Fletcher (Groovy) So what - Carl Carlton (Lando) Happiness is here - Tobi Lark (Topper) My kind of girl - Volumes (Inferno) Show me the way - Martha Reeves & Vandellas (Tamla Motown) Girl I love you - Garland Green (Revue) I'd rather do it myself - Millionaires (Philips) Soul superman - Hesitations (Kapp) What you're putting me through - Diana Newby (Kapp) My little girl - Bobby Garrett (Mirwood) Envy - Orlons (Cameo Parkway) Think about the good times - Soul Sisters (Sue) My love is getting stronger - Cliff Nobles (Atlantic) Somebody's always trying - Ted Taylor (Okeh)
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    Brighton Beach Allnighter

    Awesome track this - remember hearing it for the first time at Bisley and asking Roger Stewart what it was. "Expensive", was his reply!!!! Also love the September Jones track - Detrit soul at it's finest. Steve EASTBOURNE
  9. Woolie2003

    Brighton Beach Allnighter

    An excellent night last night/this morning - my congrats to Clive and Paddy on a fantstic job. It was lovely to go out for the night and only have a 30 minute journey at the end of it!! Also great to have the chance to meet plenty of old and new friends. A million thanks also to Simon Bridger for letting me double-deck with him from 4:15am - 5:15am. It was a blast and let's hope we can do it again some time. Here's the bits I played - nothing dog rare but seemed to keep most of those that were still there reasonably happy: Patti Austin - You're too much a part of me (Coral) The Exciters - Blowing up my mind (RCA) Little Ann - Who are you trying to fool (Kent) Darrow Fletcher - My young misery (Groovy) Tobi Lark - Sweep it out in the shed (Topper) The Ballads - I can't see your love (Vee Jay) Funk Brothers - Love is like an itching in my heart (inst) Sharon Scott - Could it be you (RCA) Jo Ann Garrett - A whole new plan (Chess) Robert John - Raindrops, love and sunshine (A&M) Herbert Hunter - I was born to love you (Spar) Nancy Wilson - The end of our love (Capitol) Cheers, Steve EASTBOURNE
  10. Sure they'll be back... See you tomorrow Steve
  11. Manus, I'll bet spending £3.50 on a record in 74/75 felt exactly the same as £100 in 2000/2001!! You going to the all-nighter tomorrow night - perhaps we can swap stories on how good Tobi Lark is!!!!! Steve EASTBOURNE
  12. The first record I paid over £100 for was Tobi Lark "Happiness is here" (Topper) - won it on E-Bay about 5 years ago and crapped myself after, wondering how I was going to pay for it!! Does anyone else go through the whole emotional range when finding records; the exhiluration on finding it, the guilt about spending money on a piece of plastic, the pleasure when putting the needle on the record, etc, etc, etc.!! Steve EASTBOURNE
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    Brighton Allnighter

    Clive, Do you have the DJ times sorted out yet? Steve
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    Brighton Allnighter

    Where are people heading for pre-Allnighter? Steve
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