Pete S

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About Pete S

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    Ultra Soul
  • Birthday 10/03/60

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    Male
  • Interests
    my children, my records, my jukebox, reggae & ska, I like Sex Pistols, Prodigy, Slade, Bowie, old skool Jungle, punk and new wave 1976-1981, beer, Wolves FC, Madeline Smith, Brenda Holloway...
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    Wombourne, South Staffordshire
  • Top Soul Sound
    Yum Yums - Gonna Be A Big Thing
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    mayfairmenthol

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  1. He's definitely on At The Party
  2. They are all 1974 mate
  3. Why - it's common - second volume much rarer but even that's only £30
  4. It's a great album with some cracking tracks, big seller but hard to find in decent condition. £20 - £25.
  5. ORIGINALS FOR SALE - SET SALE PRICES NO OFFERS THANKS VERY MUCH lol - PLEASE MESSAGE OR RING IF YOU WANT ANYTHING (or email as I'm often off site for long periods) pete.smith@freeuk.com FREDDIE HOUSTON - SOFT WALKIN' - SOFT EX £80 MARIE KNIGHT - COME ON BABY (HOLD MY HAND) - OKEH DEMO EX £200 THE SATISFACTIONS - TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT - SMASH M- £300 THE ROE-O-TATION - OLD LOVE - GERIM EX £150 BETTY HARRIS - I'M EVIL TONIGHT - SANSU EX £30 GEORGE HUGHLEY - THAT'S WHY I CRY - BUDDAH DEMO M- £150 THE SUPERIORS - WHAT WOULD I DO - VERVE DEMO M- £80 Yellow demo - very rare - small waterstain on label see pic ROOSEVELT GRIER - PIZZA PIE MAN - D TOWN M- £100 GINO WASHINGTON - NOW YOU'RE LONELY - WIG DEMO M- £50 PATTI PAGE - YOU DON'T NEED A HEART - COLUMBIA M- £40 JOE MURPHY - SO BLUE (WITHOUT YOU) / IT'S A WEAKNESS - VIVID DEMO M- £75 THE COMMANDS - HEY IT'S LOVE / NO TIME FOR YOU - BACK BEAT M- £60 RED BEANS & RICE - THAT DRIVING BEAT - CHISWICK M £40 BARBARA HALL - YOU BOUGHT IT ON YOURSELF - EMI DEMO EX £40 post is extra...
  6. Totally disagree with this as if you haven't got the album and won't play the single you're depriving people of hearing the record - for what? Vanity?
  7. There was a DJ called "The Mad Monk:" in our region, same person?
  8. No idea I'm afraid. It's pretty tepid crossover.
  9. I love old ads which feature the records which were big sounds at the time. See what you think of this lot. Mr. George's (Coventry, Pete Waterman), Samantha's (Sheffield, JV, KR, RS), Portcullis Club (Barnsley), Pendulum (Manchester), Brit (Nottingham). Plus an old ad I found for the Lafayette in Wolverhampton.
  10. That was theme to a movie about surfers!
  11. Most copies of the above play an instrumental version of Betty Lavette's Only Your Love Can Save Me with two people talking over it, hence After The Session. The instrumental of What Shall I Do which appears on a few copies has to be a mispress.
  12. ABC in the USA used the 'gold spot' to mark their deletions
  13. When Bobby Hutton came out on ABC in the UK it was regarded as a reissue even though it hadn't been released here before. Any older recording that came out due to Northern demand was called a reissue. Now that 40 years has passed, they are rightly called original UK issues because that's what they are - but at the time they were referred to in the same breath as pressings and boots.