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    Ivan.
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    Original Northern Soul 45rpm record collecting.
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    The last record I played out of my collection!

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  1. There are many different counterfeits/pressings/ bootlegs of this record. Demos and issues. It is easier to list the originals. There are 3 different USA originals. Each one has a demo and a corresponding issue. 1 - Vinyl east coast Atco distributed with Four Brothers written across on one line. AT and W in the run out. 2- Vinyl east coast Atco distributed with Four Brothers written on two lines. AT and W in the run out. 3 - Styrene west coast made by Monarch triangle/delta matrix in runout. This also has two lines accross the label.
  2. solidsoul

    Postman's knock?

    Could of been played way back in the Twisted Wheel days! Came out on a rare UK MGM in 1968.
  3. solidsoul

    Postman's knock?

    Damn! I've been after that Frosty & The Fun Street Gang LP for years!
  4. solidsoul

    northern soul - the current state...?

    I believe the DJ's should pay to DJ, and the crowd should get in for nothing! There are that many wanabee DJ's out there, they could bid to DJ!!
  5. solidsoul

    Vinyl collection insurance

    I was told that a collection needs to be a set of items that connect with each other. An example might be a label run with consecutive numbers. If you take one item out of a collection, it makes the whole thing worth less, because it isn't a set anymore. If you sell a Northern record from you're box, it does not make the whole thing worth less, apart from the value of that one record you have taken out. I was told in my case each record should be insured separately!
  6. "ON HOLD" ALWAYS A DANCE FLOOR PACKER!! BEWARE CAUSES DANCE FLOOR GRIDLOCK!! "I'M THE MAN" ALBERT WASHINGTON FRATERNITY DEMO IN TOP MINT- CONDITION. 100% GENUINE ORIGINAL FIRST ISSUE. £300 + £7 SPECIAL DELIVERY FULLY INSURED. PAYPAL FRIENDS AND FAMILY OPTION PLEASE. USUALLY WHEN COPIES OF THIS RECORD TURN UP, THEY ARE ALMOST TRASHED!
  7. solidsoul

    The constellations question

    Which song?
  8. solidsoul

    Motown/soul only. NO NORTHERN SOUL!!

    Northern Soul is Motown, Stax, Chess, Atlantic soul music from the 60's! Northern Soul takes/plays the best tracks to dance to, from all those labels!
  9. solidsoul

    SIX USA ORIGINALS FOR SALE.

    "MY HOME" BIG APPLE BRASS ROYAL FLUSH PROMO, MINT- £30 "DON'T YOU THINK IT'S TIME" THE GEORGIA PROPHETS, CAPRICORN, MINT- £30 "FICKLE FINGER OF FATE" BERNARD PRETTY PURDIE, COLUMBIA DEMO EX+ £20 "YOU'RE STILL THE ONE" ROSCOE SHELTON T.JAYE MINT- £30 (Class) "LOVING YOU MORE" MAJOR HARRIS OKEH MINT- £40 (This was booted on the early O.O.T.P. label. ) "LETS GET TOGETHER" ANDREW BROWN 4 BROTHERS EX+ £100 (His Best Northern) £2.50 Postage to UK address. Paypal friends and family option please.
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    The M.v.p.'s: Turning My Heartbeat Up

    I never thought they were a white group! But does it really make a lot of difference? It's the USA culture of the 1950's and 1960's, black and white, that made the sound that developed into what we call Soul music! Africa has millions of black people, but no great soul music came out of there!
  11. Think it was for UK Northern Soul demand in the early 70's. Lorraine Chandler, Roy Hamilton etc were repressed on orange USA, RCA issues as well.
  12. Were the reissues 1035, only on the orange label issue though? No yellow demo? All the demos I have seen are yellow label, 9723 first issues.
  13. I had to look twice at the price of this record on John Manships auction! It's a fabulous Northern Soul classic on DJ, but £479? I have never seen it anywhere near that price. The auction has not finished yet, could go more!
  14. solidsoul

    Pages Heartaches & ZZ & Co Getdown.

    When I first heard Z. Z. and Company it was “covered up” by Richard Searling as Oscar Perry. He was playing Pages as well. Think this was the later days of Wigan Casino. 1980/81. Pages “Heartache and Pain was booted/remade at this time. Soulbowl was selling them at a reissue price. He also had the original on his rarest page sometimes, but this was always a lot more money. It was a rare original even then! The original should be a lot of money, because it’s a bit of authentic history. Any reissue/boot is just that, and should not be much more money than a modern day remake!
  15. solidsoul

    Poll: Version Battle - Run For Your Life

    Whats the point of these version battles. It's all personal preference and doesn't achieve anything. All three of these records are great! Why can't I vote for all three?


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