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  1. Has anyone a nice at least EX with clean labels original Revilot, one of these for sale please. Not worried if it's either the coloured or pink label. PM only if you have one with a price shipped to the U.K. Thanks in advance.
  2. Am looking for a nice Phillips original of this in at least EX condition. P.M. only please if you have one with price shipped to a U.K. address. Seen plenty cheap on the bay but the postage kills em!! Thanks in advance Tony.
  3. Has anyone ever compiled a catalogue of tunes on the Hayley label? I remember having quite a few of these but there must be more. would it be classed as a legit label nowadays? Thanks for any help. T Bone.
  4. Hi guy's, Looking for a nice copy of this take of the Supremes classic on the HIT label (Jobette). If anyone can assist please pm me with condition and price delivered to the U.K. Thanks, Sue.
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    VENUE 73 (ritz)

    What do you mean by "just"?? It's probably one of, if not the BEST venues in the U.K. at the moment. Where have you been that compares to it? If you went to the Casino back in the 70's this is the nearest you will get to it without a balcony. Tell us where you went when it all started and what venues are you comparing this to in the present day.
  6. Another really good night at this cracking venue, thanks to Trev and the crew for the spot. Here's my playlist in order of play, something for everyone on the night. See yas all next year, thank's guys. T Bone. Shirley and Jessie, you can't fight love. Lou Pride, I'm comun home in the mornun. Chubby Checker, you just don't know. Willie Kendrick, change your way's. Willie Mitchell, that driving beat. Edward Hamilton, call me. Frankie and the Classicals, what shall I do. Joey Delorenzo, wake up to the sunshine girl. Bill Medley, what have you got to lose. Roscoe Robinson, one bo dillion years. Little Willie John, I'm shakin'. Superiors, what would I do. Millionaires, never for me. Connie Stevens, tick tock. Donald Height, talk of the grapevine. Natural Four, the devil made me do it. N.F. Porter, keep on keeping on. Forris Woods, stoned on love. Young Holt Trio, something money can't buy. Coasters, love potion number nine. Crazy Elephant, gimme, gimme good lovin'. Phil Flowers, I saw her standing there. Sweet Delights, baby be mine. Parliaments, don't be sore at me. Falcons, I'm a fool I must love you. Tempests, what you gonna do. Helen Shapiro, tell me what he said. Chuck Jackson, hand it over.
  7. Bound to be more than a few sue as eggs are eggs. I have my body Armour on!!!
  8. Just wondering as we have had some fantastic tunes on the Northern scene by white, black sounding artists, if Andy Williams had been black would his "can't take my eyes off you" had been a record that got played? It's a brilliant production and could be a perfect end of the night tune today, as would Franki Valli's version. Anyone play either of them? Just my opinion but flip it up on you tube and have a listen, you'll know what I mean. T bone.
  9. Was this underplayed great tune ever released on the Bell label? I have seen it on the silver U.K. Mercury label, and believe it was released on an American colored Mercury. Any help appreciated. Thanks, Tony.
  10. Hi Guy's, I am hoping someone has a nice copy of this they will part with. Prefer the demo but a very nice issue will do. Condition Excellent to Mint Minus please. Scoured popsike, looks like VG+ fetched up to 70 pounds this year, 78 for the demo so I am willing to pay up to 90 U.K. pounds plus postage to the U.K. Please P.M. only if you can help. Thanks in advance, Tony. GOT THIS ONE SORTED NOW.
  11. Nostalgia, and heaps of great memories for me. I could say, after the Wirrina in Peterborough where I was living at the time, I really "cut my teeth" at the Palais all dayer's and never missed one. I often close my eyes, have a little memory flutter and can still smell the Brut as if it was yesterday. Fantastic to go to an all nighter on the Saturday and straight to the Palais for another 12 hours of dancing on the Sunday, just cos we could. Bugger work on the Monday!! Best two sounds for me that will always be associated with that famous venue are Dena Barnes, If you ever walked out of my life and the brilliant dancer Chubby Checker, You just don't know. We can't bring them day's back, but we won't forget em either.
  12. I think we need to ask if the label was out and out, a bootleg production, and not blatant plagiarism as in the case of the Simon Soussan debacle of the 70's, which in most cases were unlistenable crap. At least the Stardust releases sound as good as anything I have ever heard, and in some cases better. Anyone got any ideas as to which pressing plant the may have used?
  13. This may cause some bone of contention with the purists, but I remember the Stardust label producing some really top tunes on the various different colored labels they issued. I had many and played them at "local gigs" where ovo didn't matter, purely to save the life of my originals. You only had to look through their catalogue to see some awesome "biggies". Three of the best for me were Timi Yuro It'll never be over for me, Ray Pollard, the drifter and the Tempests, someday. The sound quality was as good as it gets for what we may term a bootleg, and the vinyl was top notch. I wonder what pressing plant they used. Whatever happened to the label as it's quite rare to see any of them for sale these day's? Have they gone on to become as collectible as the Grapevine series? Be really interesting to know a bit more about them if anyone has any ideas. Apologies if this has been covered on here before.

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