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About Reforee

  • Birthday 28/12/1957

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    Hockliffe
  • Top Soul Sound
    soul bros inc. pyramid,

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  1. Fantastic Four now Sorted. OTIS Brown ....anyone? Dave
  2. If you don't ask you don't get....so trying these before the year ends. looking for the following 2 in ex or better please, so,state condition and price etc Otis Brown & The Delights - Southside Chicago. Ole. Fantastic Four - Girl have pity. Ric tic. Thanks Dave.
  3. I'm pretty certain I first heard this played by Steve G at Soul Essence and possibly Plinston many years ago and had we had a little chat about it after I spun it in a collectors set at SE about 3 years ago. It's defo a rare record and never seems to turn up and I've never found out who the group are either, but someone must know a bit more about it.
  4. Looking for a copy of Earnest Bolden - Talking about love. Alcon. pm me with condition and price please. thanks Dave.
  5. Join us for the bi-monthly event at this great little pub... Downtempo soul music across the board from 4-10pm. The format for this event is simple, its along the same lines as the winning formula of the Stanwick event run by Gouch and Scotters. Guest spinners to be advised. Bring a box for a spot! FREE admission and plenty of parking adjacent to the pub. Great selection of ales, beers and wines. Sunday lunches available at the pub, BUT you need to book in advance, please call Rupert 07966 453188 Dave H & Gary C
  6. Join us for the first bi-monthly event at this great little pub... Downtempo soul music across the board from 4-10pm. The format for this event is simple, its along the same lines as the winning formula of the Stanwick event run by Gouch and Scotters. Guest spinners to be advised. Bring a box for a spot! FREE admission and plenty of parking adjacent to the pub. Great selection of ales, beers and wines. Sunday lunches available at the pub, BUT you need to book in advance, please call Rupert 07966 453188 Dave H & Gary C https://www.facebook.com/events/1276032975898137/
  7. I just see a dirty or sun starched label? Or have I missed something? I collected the Blue Soul label and other named Blue Soul labels and never seen it, so my view is as above? Dave H.
  8. Another top Soul man lost to our scene. RIP Winnie.
  9. It's a long shot but anybody want o part with Mel Production Band "Do the airplane" on Not on Label. would like excellent or better. PM me with condition and cost please. thanks Dave.
  10. yeah we are good. Don't know budgie on here?
  11. Still need a coy anyone...........pretty please.
  12. Will PM you re Gloria and the Relations.
  13. Looking for original copy in Ex condition of Otis Brown "Southside Chicago" Ole Records. please state condition of labels, sound etc. thanks Dave
  14. But they are all different forms of musical media which not everybody likes/wants or prefers. Even with vinyl LPs are not every bodies cup of tea if you just want the one track say, hence the 45 release prehaps?
  15. i suspect it's a two edge sword, you press 1000 and get stuck with 500, it's money on the shelve you can't use for next label project. Then there's the deal with the artist. If a deal is struck for a 500 run and the label gets stuck with half then the artist still gets his money. If the label sells out, doing a re run isn't that straight forward, they have to get permission from said artist....who may start to think "hang on we can get a better deal as our product is Hot" or over a 500 might cost more to the label for contract reasons. While reruns are great for those that didn't get copies it is not always great business sense for label or artist. In the world of numbers a thousand isn't a lot for the whole world of Soul fans to buy, but it is a big hit if they don't sell and that's where the rub is. If you put out the track to DJs and record stores as promos with the intention of gauging reaction and possible upfront orders from said outlets, you also open the door for negative things to happen, like gazumping, bootlegging etc. Now I'm not saying these are the reasons but if I was running a label they certainly would be on my mind. How would you feel to say......hearing a snippet of a new track, placing and paying for the product before its pressed and then trust to the label, once they have your money and an idea of who wants what and how many to press and distribute? That's prehaps the only way everybody wins without too many losing out which has to include the label and artist besides us greedy Soul fans! This is just me thinking out loud-so let's not take the above as any insight into what's happened here at all. Dave H.

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