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  1. You definitely won't get me, as I don't work for John, but there are 8 lovely ladies and gents manning the phones, who can answer queries and check stock for you in real time, and of course John himself will often answer, especially on auction days. I've messaged Simon (Zanetti) about his query, so hopefully all sorted Best ways to get in touch - call +44 (0)1664 464991, or email sales@raresoulman.co.uk. Thank you!
  2. Sorry to hear that - maybe it's going into junk mail for some reason. John checked and the office seems to be getting other emails and website queries normally. If you still need the question answered, John will be happy to call you. Drop me a message on here with your number
  3. John's staff deal with all the inbound emails. If you send your message to sales@raresoulman.co.uk, it will be answered promptly
  4. Look, I live in the Midlands now, how can I be expected to count properly when everyone here has a different number of fingers? ;)
  5. Sorry, I did mean the explanation appeared on a thread 8 years ago! Lol. Typed in a blonde fashion ;)
  6. June 2008 simple explanation from Manship to Jerry Hipkiss # 13 Manship explaining the Rouser press was taken off a rejected Fairmount masterplate fully 8 years ago
  7. And poor old Donald died never having the slightest idea that he was a northern soul icon of the highest order All hail to Bob A for finding his brother a few years back and cataloguing a little of their history.
  8. The band were not based in Chicago, they were from St Louis, and had been performing together on and off for years, in St Louis. The band travelled to Chicago with E. Rodney Jones to record SBMB, the amazing Donald Lloyd sang the lead vocal, and they came home again.
  9. (Just for Rod's benefit ) "It is a truth universally acknowledged" ha ha, that yes, first press was in St Louis on the thicker vinyl, then plates taken to Chicago with Jo Armstead and two minute little dimples knocked into them, presumably in transit, causing the tiniest pimples on the second press on thinner vinyl. These pimples since being used as authentication marks on that press, which of course was the only one known until relatively recently. When both records are held side by side, it's clear that master plates are identical, but weight of vinyl and depth of colour of labels/t
  10. It's not the first tool I've had in my hand Mr Holmes, and I'll wager it won't be the last If a write-up seems curiously precise, with in-depth research, a dearth of extraneous apostrophes, and contains no obvious spelling mistakes or grammatical faux pas... it JUST might be one of mine
  11. Hope you kept your pennies in readiness Mr Dog http://www.raresoulman.co.uk/auction/9212/stick-by-me-baby
  12. It should be snug, but not so tight that we see anyone's cunning, thanks Rimmergirl ;)
  13. I did see it yes, it was awesome. I think we ought to make anniversary catsuits compulsory for all record dealers and their other halves ;)
  14. The South London Massive will be there in full effect, for a long-awaited twirl with the nicest niter folk on the best dancefloor in the country. I may even sport a catsuit if I can stay off the cake until then ;)

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