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About solidsoul

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    Getting spins again

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  • Public Real Name
    Ivan.
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    Original Northern Soul 45rpm record collecting.
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    United Kingdom
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    The last record I played out of my collection!

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  1. 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?
  2. "IF I TOLD YOU" - THE CASINOS - DELVAL ORIGINAL FIRST ISSUE USA 45rpm. £50 + £2.50 recorded delivery. PayPal, please use friends and family option. CONDITION OF VINYL IS MINT- LOOKS UNPLAYED. THE LABEL HAS SOME SMALL FLECK MARKS.
  3. solidsoul

    Garland Green

    Is that the correct flip side? All the copies I have seen have "Love Now Pay later" on the flip!
  4. solidsoul

    Pictures of Us

    On our way to a visit to Blackpool Mecca Highland Room. I'm in the middle in the light Harrington type jacket.
  5. solidsoul

    Casino Club advert

    When I was 18 years old and on the Wigan Casino allnighter dance floor. When the venue was packed with young vibrant Northern Soul fans making a brilliant atmosphere, and the latest amazing new discoveries are being played as cover/up's. Who cares if it wasn't a plush supper lounge with nice wallpaper and vases of flowers?! I didn't and neither did the thousands who went back time after time to the very centre of the Northern Soul universe!
  6. solidsoul

    Poly record sleeves safe

    Thats what i have found. Plastic sleeves are ok in a dry room with no damp. If the room is damp with condensation etc, the sleeves will entrain moisture into them.
  7. solidsoul

    WHY ARE PRICES SKY ROCKETING?

    It's vicious circle for collectors. The prices of the records on their wants lists are going up fast. To get the money to help afford them, they need to get as much as possible for the records they are willing to part with!
  8. solidsoul

    has a boot been bootlegged itself?

    The Royal Esquires are real. I know someone who paid a lot of money for one years ago, and then the ones that turned up in quantity were the same! The story goes that all the Prix stock was for sale, after the label owner deceased. The Eddie Ray, Joe King, Royal Esquires, Soul Ensemble, Marion Blacks etc were all there!
  9. Detroit dancer that was played covered/up in the 80's! Nice collectable label. It would sit nicely next to "So What" "DON'T YOU NEED A BOY LIKE ME" - LITTLE CARL CARLTON - LANDO £30 +£2.50 post. Paypal please use friends and family option. CONDITION IS MINT- Glossy vinyl and label. One very slight sleeve scuff thats hardly noticable. Plays faultless. Original first issue.
  10. A MONSTER DANCE FLOOR DETONATOR! GUARANTEED TO CAUSE A STAMPEDE FOR FLOORSPACE! ONE OF THE BIGGEST FLOORFILLERS IN RECENT TIMES! "I'M THE MAN" ALBERT WASHINGTON & the KINGS - FRATERNITY DEMO. £300. ORIGINAL FIRST ISSUE PROMO USA 45rpm. CONDITION IS A LOVELY MINT- LABEL AND VINYL LOOK GREAT. Postage is £6.50p for Special Delivery, fully insured to UK address. PayPal, use friends and family option please.
  11. Hard to get an real original, with the proper ARCHER stamp. It's a lot rarer than most people think. It could be because of all the bootlegs,counterfeits, reissues there are of it, make it seem there's plenty about!
  12. solidsoul

    QUIET VENUES - A SIGN OF THE TIMES

    Many just decide to run their own soul night. It's so easy now with the internet! Get 200 or more people doing this, and you can see what's gonna happen! Lots of dull/poor atmosphere soulnights! Knock on effect, means no one will travel to large central allnighters anymore!
  13. solidsoul

    Another Poll version battle.

    Pop is short for popular. Most of these records never made the charts, so can hardly be termed pop(ular). If you don't like a record, don't like it. But other people have a right to like it, without being looked down on! "What's It Gonna Be" was written by Jerry Ragavoy and Shuman who wrote some brilliant records for black artists. It was produced by the legendary Paul Robinson. Susan Barratt, although not black, gives a great powerful soul delivery of this song!
  14. solidsoul

    Another Poll version battle.

    Black or white, why should it matter? It's all about the USA culture and music pedigree that made great records in the 1960's. Africas full of black people, but they ain't got the culture that the USA had in the 50's/60's and early 70's!
  15. solidsoul

    Young Sheldon

    I thinks it's good. It's clever how this Sheldon and family prequel, matches into The Big Bang Theory.


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