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Incognito

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About Incognito

  • Birthday 03/10/1959

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    Nottm
  • Top Soul Sound
    Ain't that love - Harold Melvin

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  1. Yeah , then they can bring back a load of unheard funky & mid tempo 70's stuff and ostracized by the 60's crew, doomed to get plays only at Mecca, Ritz & Cleethorpes until Stafford starts.
  2. I enjoyed it, don't give a rats what yous lot think, it chronicled my mid seventies. Irritated the f*ck outta the missus though as I do think it rude to miss a sing-a-long and a clap opportunity when doing soul. Big thumbs up to Elaine and team.
  3. I remember climbing the stairs up to the Empress Blackburn to be greeted by the site of Rob bending over a record box with his meat and two veg crushed into a pair of grotty tights. and thinking, if a genie popped up and granted me a wish, just then, I'd ask to be blind. A sight that has haunted me for 20 years. What happened to the old tart, I haven't seen her for years ??
  4. Peaky Blinders on to-night (sub titles for the brummie accent)
  5. Was going to jump on this till I saw the postage £7 streuth
  6. Got mine for £30 and was happy, not so much now, but hey ho, great tune just happy to have one.
  7. I'm sorry but are these folk tapped, They put a piece of vinyl on the dash for gods sake, if the heater get put on by mistake, oh my word. If the arm on the deck gets knocked, sh*t. I'm sorry it's all a bit traumatic, I'm welling up. It's worse than leaving your dog on a hot day with the windows up, Just irresponsible
  8. "1960 What" one of the only tunes in the last 2 years that got me boppin, Ya chump Agree with Jordi though.
  9. Don't really give a shit about the politics, you'll always be a hero of my early soul years. Get well soon Ian John
  10. Have a look at the age range in the U.K., half of us are just a breath away from zimmer frames. I think it depends on the night your at though. An oldies night will need a big dance floor, but a cross-over/rare or modern night just needs comfy chairs with a bit of room to shuffle a bit, oh and a big bar area.
  11. Read this article again (yeah I know) and can't help thinking the guys got it all arsed about backwards, he seems to be saying that the "clique" is a bad thing when it's the "clique" that have driven the scene through 40 odd years. It's the "clique" that have provided the passion and enthusiasm for the music, The nighters and club nights where there were more DJ's than punters, pushing unheard sounds to empty floors until the penny drops and another classic is born, all provided by the "clique". He's saying that the elitism will destroy the scene when the scene is all about elitism. Well my scene is anyway, I look down on all of you with scorn.
  12. Glad he's not writing about my scene, that scene sounds rubbish.

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