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Started by: brian j (586) 

Thought it was time to start a new thread to save scrolling.

Still had no time to update the list but hey...if anything's duplicated, who cares? It's all good stuff!

Starting off with a 3's up...

Eddie Holman - Where I'm Not Wanted

The Professionals - That's Why I Love You

George Blackwell - Can't Lose My Head

Started: 17th Oct 2010 at 09:58

Posted by: brianjgreen (492)

Morning Brian, hope all is well,listening to radio 2 yesterday new song sung by the young lad who sang at M jacksons funeral, didnt get his name or title of song, its got everything a northern soul tune should have,will be realeased in a couple of weeks.

Replied: 17th Oct 2010 at 10:26

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Sad news on General Johnson R.I.P Bri.Hope the title of this tune turns out to be true for him.Chairman of the Board I'm On My Way To A Better Place.
Sad News on Solomon Burke also R.I.P.Solomon Burke Everybody Needs Somebody To Love.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Theola Kilgore It's Gonna Be All Right.

Papa Bear And The Cubs You're So Fine.

Timmy And The Persionettes/Empires Got No Time.

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Posted by: brian j (586) 

Hey up Brian. The lads name is Shaheen Jafargholi. He covered Smokie Robinson's 'Who's Lovin You' on Britain's Got Talent.
His new release is a double A-side single of 'Last Train Home' & 'Hip Teens.' The latter being a cover of soul group Frank Popp's 2007 hit 'Hip Teens (Don't Wear Blue Jeans)'.

His new album, 'When I come of age,' includes his own material and rare 60's soul covers.

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Posted by: wanner (372)

That kid has one hell of a voice.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Timmy Thomas It's My Life.
Mitty Collier My Babe.
Little Milton So Blue (Without You.)

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Posted by: brian j (586) 

3 golden oldies....

The Jelly Beans You Don't Mean Me No Good

Darrow Fletcher - Gotta Draw The Line

The United Four - She's Putting You On

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: brian j (586) 

An interesting and thought provoking article from today's Guardian no less, that compares one of our scenes most memorable tunes with one of Shakespeare's sonnets.
Well worth a read.


The final three records traditionally played at Wigan Casino's northern soul all-nighters were known as the Three Before Eight, and fittingly, for the closing notes of the night, all three were concerned with the passing of time. The sequence opened with Time Will Pass You By by Tobi
Legend, followed with Long After Tonight Is All Over by Jimmy Radcliffe, and ended with I'm On My Way by Dean Parrish.

It's the Tobi Legend track I have always loved most. It is somehow undiluted by the schmaltz of Radcliffe's track, or the hey-ho-on-we-go of Parrish's number, and instead is simply a song about seeing the preciousness of life, about trying to live our lives better and brighter.

Legend was born Bessie Grace Upton in Alabama, the daughter of the gospel singer Emma Washington. She began her career in Detroit, more commonly recording as Tobi Lark, and singing backing vocals for artists such as BB King and Wilson Pickett, Duke Ellington, Ben E King and Cannonball Adderley. This track was released in 1968, and written by the English-born engineer John Rhys, but it did little commercially until it was picked up by northern soul clubs in Britain. Earlier this week, I found a podcast in which Rhys talks about writing the song. "I didn't even know it had been released until 1982," he laughs, detailing the
history of Time Will Pass You By's composition and recording before it was seemingly lost. "After that, I don't know what happened," Rhys says, "but somehow it got to England … and it was successful. So thank you,
mother country … Thank you northern soul, so much."

Its verses cut a melancholy figure, its opening lines reflecting on the steady turn of the world: "Passing seasons ever fade away/ Into misty clouds of autumn grey/ As I sit here looking at the street/ Little figures, quickly moving feet." And then in zaps the chorus, a
remonstration of sorts, or a call to arms: "Life is just a precious minute baby," it yells. "Open up your eyes and see it baby/ Give yourself a better chance/ Because time will pass you/ Right on by."

Like many pop songs, there's something of the sonnet about Time Will Pass You By; it's there in the song's intention of course, but there is something about Legend's track that has always reminded me specifically of Shakespeare's Sonnet 60. Legend's second verse, "I'm just a pebble on the beach and I sit and wonder why/ Little people running around/ Never knowing why," for example, seems to echo Shakespeare's lines: "Like as the waves make towards the pebbled shore/ So do our minutes hasten to their end;/ Each changing place with that which goes before,/ In sequent
toil all forwards do contend."

Sonnet 60 is itself a song, of sorts, about life's "precious minute".
Shakespeare was writing at the end of the 16th century, in an age when time had become increasingly mechanised, its measurements more accurate, and for the first time, clocks began to have minute hands – the sonnet's name is thought to reference the number of seconds in a minute. Time,
perhaps, never seemed to pass by so keenly.

Legend's song also came at the end of a decade, written over a three-year stretch in which the magnitude of events meant that life perhaps seemed to gather speed – Vietnam, the assassinations of Malcolm X, Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy, riots in LA, New York and, of course, Detroit. In 1968, the year of this song's release, ours was a world trying to reorder itself, the civil rights movement was under way in the US, there were protests across Europe, and Apollo 8 allowed us to see Earth in its entirety from space. "This big old world is spinning like a top," Legend sings, "Come on help me now and make it stop."
But Legend offers the sonneteer's age-old remedy: "All you have to do is live for now," she sings, "Come along with me I'll show you how." And how softly reassurance turns into seduction: "Take my hand I'll show you how to live/ Why wait until tomorrow?"

Toby Legend - Time Will Pass You By

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Nice one Bri that was a good read.Stayed in Stratford a few year's back,not long after the floods when it was Stratford Under Avon Ha.Edwin Starr I Just Wanted To Cry.
Martha Reeves And The Vavdellas
Save Some Room In Your Heart For Me.
Jimmy Ruffin Since I Lost You.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Barry White yes Barry White I Don't Need It.

Marva Lee If You Can't Be True.

Bobby Wilson It Feels Good.

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Posted by: groucho (28) 


Wayne Gibson Under my thumb

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

I'm gooin great groucho,put that Gloria Jones one on a couple of weeks ago it's a belter can't hear it to much.Ronnie Walker Truble.
This is one of the first tunes that got me into soul I'd be doing me Wigan shuffle to this in the Beachcomber 1969.Bob And Earl Harlem Shuffle.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Doris Troy Face Up To The Truth.

Holidays with Edwin Starr. I'll Love You Forever. Pat Powdrill Do It.

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Posted by: brian j (586) 

Thought I'd go on a love theme tonight...

Viola Wills - I Got Love

The Professionals - That's Why I Love You

Ronnie & Robyn - As Long As You Love Me

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Al Williams I Am Nothing.

Freddie Butler Save Your Love For Me.
Ray Pollard It's A Sad Thing.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Marv Johnson So Glad You Chose Me.

Marvin Gaye The End Of Are Road.
Dennis Edwards
Johnny On The Spot.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Edward Hamilton Call Me.
Antellects Love Slave.
O C Tolbert You Got Me Turned Around.
See what you think of this Tom Jones Stop Breaking My Heart Now.

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Posted by: rio caroni (5077) 

Jem, where did you dig that up from. Not heard that since Adam was a lad

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Temptations Witchcraft.
Edwin Starr You Beat Me To The Punch.
Fantastic Four Feels Like I'm Falling In Love.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Artistics In Another Mans Arms.
Damon Fox Packing Up.
Masqueraders How.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

James Jay Barnes Baby Please Come Back Home.
Albert Jones 15 cent Love.
Major Lance How Can You Say Goodbye.

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Posted by: upthetims (6530)



Jem used to listen to Bob and Earl in The Room At The Top in 66,brilliant and especially when everybody danced to The Harlem Shuffle,place was rocking

Replied: 30th Oct 2010 at 00:53

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

upthetims just a bit before my time Room At The Top,been told it was a good place to go by loads of people.In 1966 I was still playing Skilly and looking for good two legs in't woods ha.One from 1966 Brenda Holloway You're Walking Out With My Heart.
1970 this one Junior Walker And The All Stars Do You See My Love (From Growing.)
Jimmy Ruffin Love Is A Hurtin Thing.

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Posted by: brian j (586) 

Innocent Bystanders - Frantic Escape

Dickie Wonder - Nobody Knows

Doni Burdick - Candle

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Artistics Love Song.
James Jay Barnes Say It.
Major Lance I Just Can't Help It.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Halloween tonight so here we go Screaming Jay Hawkins with a northern version of I Put A Spell On You.
Charles Shefield It's Your Voodoo Working.
L J Johnson Your Magic Put A Spell On Me.
The Funk Brothers Theres A Ghost In My House,


Witches And Warlock No Where To Run To No Where To Hide.

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Posted by: brian j (586) 

A twofer from the excellent vocals and rare tracks of Billy Hambric...

Billy Hambric - I Found True Love

Billy Hambric - She Said Goodbye

JEM: First time hearing of Screaming Jay's 'Northern' version of I Put A Spell On You....love it!

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Bri it's a good one and just right for Halloween.Back to normal now Lou Courtney Trying To Find My Women.
The Professionals Did My Baby Call.
Towanda Barnes (You Better)Find Someone To Love.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Willie Kenndrick Change Your Ways.
Darrow Fletcher The Pain Gets A Little Deeper.
Marlina Mars I'm Gonna Hold On.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

First up an Inst, dont't put many of them on Alfie Kahn Law Of The Land.
Johnny Mae Mattews Lonely You'll Be.
Big Maybelle Black Is Black.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

This is a band formed in the mid 90s,so just see what you think.I like the sound,they are thought to be revivalist capturing the essence of soul of the 60s to mid 70s.No digital recording equipment only analogue,and limited instruments only those used in the 60s to mid 70s.Hope you enjoy
Sharon Jones And The Dap Kings How Long. /
100 Days 100 Nights.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Brice Coefield Ain't That Right.

J T Rhthm My Sweet Baby.
Dee Dee Sharp I Really Love You.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Bit more Motown Marvin Gaye Baby Don't You Do It.
Four Tops I'm Grateful.
The Temptations Law Of The Land.

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Posted by: brian j (586) 

Jem: Good call on Sharon Jones And The Dap Kings. Been listening to them for a while now. There was a TV documentary featuring the Dap-Kings last year showing the equipment they use and as you stated, it's all analogue. If I can find it I'll post it up.

Going to double up on my usual 3 tonight seeing I've been neglecting the list a bit.
This time all taken off the CD; Northern Soul - The Collectors Choice.

Timmie Williams - Competition

Mac Staten - There She Goes

Chuck Holiday - Just Can't Trust Nobody

Freddie Butler - Save Your Love For Me

Ruby - Feminine Ingenuity

Patrinell Staten - I Let A Good Man Go

Replied: 6th Nov 2010 at 21:22

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

If you find the film Bri it would be of interest.Barbra Banks Living In The Past.
Sweets Something About My Baby.
The Lovelites My Conscience.

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Posted by: brian j (586) 

Jem:
Remembered the docu but it wasn't Sharon Jones. It was Mark Ronson talking about Amy Whinehouse and her Back To Black album which featured the Dap-Tones as her backing band.
Unfortunately it's been removed for 'legal reasons' as is usually the case.

Replied: 7th Nov 2010 at 09:49

Posted by: brian j (586) 

Interesting documentary for next Friday on BBC4 9.00pm

Roll over Beethoven - The Chess Records Saga

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Chuffed this morning,at two o'clock we got a new addition to the family.Our second grand child another boy Archie so this one's for you Grandson.Archie Bell and The Drells There's Gonna Be A Showdown.
Archie Bell And The Drells Dancing To Your Music.

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Posted by: tony g (295)

Hey up Jem and Bri, not been on for a while although I do catch up with Bri on facebook with his healthy jokes etc. Congratulations jem another grandson, lets hope you do not get too occupied and miss your slot on here, what would we do without you, I always check every morning in Sydney what great sounds you have provided along with Bris three ups and terrific info on documentarys etc. Well its finally here the national australian soul weekender right here in Sydney this w.e. from Thursday right through to alldayer on Sunday, polished my dancing shoes and ready to rumble, check it out on the website www.sydney soul scene. Photos to follow on here soon.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Thanks Tony. Motown Kim Weston I've Got A Weak Heart.
Jimmy Ruffin I Know How To Love Her.
Marvelettes The Day You Take One.

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Posted by: brian j (586) 

Jem: Congratulations on your new addition mate!

Tony: Hope you have a good one at the Weekender mate, it's been well publicised on the soul forums so it looks like there'll be plenty in attendance.

Thought I'd post this one up on it's own.
It's a fantastic mid tempo haunting tune that brings shivers down my spine every time I hear it.
There's some snippets of unseen footage from the Casino to accompany it, as well as some more from a music video that escapes me at the moment.

Enjoy...

George Lemons - Fascinating Girl

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Thanks Bri. Kenny Carter I've Gotta Find Her.
Spyder Turner I Can't Make It Anymore
Winfield Parker I'm On My Way.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Jean Wells With My Love.
Diane Lewis Without Your Love.
September Jones I'm Coming Home.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Audrey Matthews I Have No Choice.
Jesse James Are You Gonna Leave Me.
Freddie Scott (You) Got What I Need.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Marv Johnson Just The Way You Are.
The Temptations You've Got To Earn It.
On Ric Tic The Fantastic Four
I Love You Madley.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Nice one this, the video as well.Jimmy Thomas Springtime.
Eddie Bo Our Love (Will Never Falter.)
The intro on this rings a bell just can't think for the moment Bernard Williams Focused On you.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Bri saw the Chess records documentary last night,just touched on soul music.It was mainly about its start up in the 40s&50s but still interesting.A few from Chess The Dells Wear It on Your Face.
Radiants Please Don't Leave Me .
Fontella Bass I Surrender.

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Posted by: brian j (586) 

Yes, saw it myself Jem. Excellent documentary of a very influential record label. Just a pity I had to put up with Mick Hucknell a couple of times.

For anyone interested, (and I highly recommend it if you're a music lover) you can see the programme in full here...
Chess Records Saga

A duet from 2 big recording artists on Chess...
Etta James & Sugar Pie Desanto - Do I Make Myself Clear

This one I've posted before but to me it's just got to be one of thee best introductions to any Northern track. Again on Chess...
Tony Clarke -Landslide

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Posted by: brian j (586) 

3 lots of Blue-Eyed Soul classics straight out of the Northern Soul top 500 records.

Laine Hill - Time Marches On

Bobby Paris - I Walked Away

Michael & Raymond - Man Without A Woman

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Posted by: rio caroni (5077) 

On Sky TV channel 369 now Vintage Soul on until 10.00pm.not a bad prog upto now

Replied: 13th Nov 2010 at 20:50

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Not got Sky rio,got cable if it's one of the channels I get and can call back, I shall have a do at it later.More Motown The Lewis Sisters Don't Make Me Live Without Your Love.
The Isley Brothers Theres No Love Left.
The Elgins Thats The Night Love Died.

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Posted by: brian j (586) 

Here's another documentary I've had on my site for a couple of years giving you an insight into Northern Soul music, the scene and it's avid followers.

60's Underground (Lost And Found)

Replied: 14th Nov 2010 at 11:22

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Thanks for sharing that with us Bri.
The Artistics Walking Tall.
The Del-Satins Baby Your The Fire.
Eddie Holman I Surrender.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Jean Carter Like One.
Paul Sindab Do Whatcha Wonna Do.
Bobbie Smith Walk On Into My Heart.

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Posted by: tony g (295)

Well Bri and Jem, just had 4 days of pure northern soul magic at the Australian national soul weekender. I would like to upload a few photos on here for you but how do you do it, tried following the link thingy but does not work, help, I can then give you a wonderful story line.

Cheers TG

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Posted by: brian j (586) 

Hey up T.
Glad you enjoyed it mate, it's been billed as thee biggest NS gathering outside of Britain.

Have you registered with Photobucket?
Then you can upload your pics by using the 'Direct Link code' under the picture.

You may want to post them on Facebook as well which is fairly easy and quick to do.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Hope you can get to put the photo's on Tony that would be good.Motown Marvin Gaye Need Somebody.
Tammi Terrell I Gotta Find a way To Get You Back.
The Monitors Serve Yourself A Cup Of Happiness.

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Posted by: tony g (295)

trying very hard Bri and Jem

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Posted by: tony g (295)

OK Bri, I have put them on photo bucket and direct link but what do I do next, tried to link to the wigan world for links and images but no luck, give us a clue, very frustrating unless your doing this all the time, once I know I guess I will never stop. TG

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Posted by: tony g (295)

must be getting close

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Posted by: tony g (295)

[img="http://i1129.photobucket.com/albums/m516/tony_gallagher5/northern%20soul/DJPeteMorgan.jpg"[/img]

Good night lads, will wait for Bris info

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Posted by: brian j (586) 



Hey up T. You've got the right code...[img=.
Just remove the " (quotation marks) and place another ] after the full link. Then finish off with [/img]

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Posted by: brian j (586) 

3some from a bevvy of R&B artists.

Betty Lavette - My Man(He's A Lovin Man)

Betty O'brien - She'll Be Gone

Big Maybelle - Black Is Black

Replied: 17th Nov 2010 at 20:09

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Well done Bri.Celest Hardie You're Gone.

Quotations I Don't Have To Worry.
Jackie Wilson Helpless.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

On Brunswick The Lost Generation Your So Young.
T J Williams Baby I Need You.
Dusty Wilson It's Going To Be A Tragedy.

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Posted by: tony g (295)

Cracked it Bri, your a jem, well not quite ok Jem, thats right Bri Stick to my daytime job. Well yours truly on the left with my mate Karl Hayes from Preston, he flew back from watching England at cricket that night in Adelaide for the Saturday allnighter. This club called the Gaelic club in Sydney, top venue, we all nicknamed it Little Wigan because of the balcony over looking the dance floor. Everyone here all brits now living in Aus,they flew from Perth, Queensland, Adelaide,Melbourne and even New Zealand. It was a fantastic weekend, the dj you kindly put on for me Bri originally from North Wales, all the djs ex brits and got top sounds. Everyone I spoke to said Wigan casino and the northern soul scene, the best years of their lives and would never forget the wonderful memories. The girl in the dance shot was taking photos all night, brilliant, I will put some more on later. It really is hard to belive that 12000 miles away from the UK here we are some 37 years later for me all together again, may it last a 100 years.

Cheers

TG











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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Great photo's Tony,looks like your having a good night in the little Casino.Thanks for sharing them with us.Timothy Wilson I Must Love You.
Billy Hambric She Said Goodbye.
Johnny Sayles My Loves A Monster.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Stevie Wonder Ain't That Asking For Trouble
Smokey Robinson And The Miracles This Love Will Never Die.
Gino Parks Nerves Of Steel.
Eddie Holland Leaving Here.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Andrea Davis AKA Minnie Riperton part of the girl group The Gems (like that name). You Gave Me Soul.
Willie Small(Don't like that name.) How High Can You Fly.
M And M And The Peanuts Can't Say No.

Replied: 22nd Nov 2010 at 20:19
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Velvettes I've Gotta Find Me Somebody.
Cassius Clay's wife from 64 to 66 Sonji Clay I Can't Wait Until I See My Baby's Face.
Jackie Day Get To Steppin.

Replied: 23rd Nov 2010 at 20:19
Last edited by jem glover: 24th Nov 2010 at 05:25:19

Posted by: brian j (586) 

Tony: Sounds like you were still buzzin' when you posted your write-up mate. Really, really glad you enjoyed it, it must have been like stepping back in time. Heard on the other soul forums as well that it was a fantastic weekend.
Nice one!

Here's 6 of the best indemanders specially for you...

Clifford Binns - You've Got To Help Me

Cavaliers - Do What I Want

Gordon Keith - Look Ahead

Rufus Wood - Before 2001

Lovations - Heaven Told Me So

Donald Height - Rags To Riches To Rags


Jem: The M-M'S & The Peanuts - Can't Say No & Jackie Day - Get To Steppin are mint.

Replied: 24th Nov 2010 at 19:57
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

A bit more Motown, Fantastic Four On The Brighter Side Of A Blue World.
Kim Weston A Little More Love.
Stevie Wonder Angel Baby.

Replied: 24th Nov 2010 at 20:15
Last edited by jem glover: 24th Nov 2010 at 20:42:58

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

This is the late Bobby Hebb who died just a few months ago. Love Me.
Frank Wilson Sweeter As The Days Go By.
James Jay Barnes Now That I Got You Back.

Replied: 25th Nov 2010 at 05:24
Last edited by jem glover: 25th Nov 2010 at 05:39:09

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Reatha Rees Only Lies.
Frank Beverly Because Of My Heart.
Darrell Banks I've Got That Feeling.

Replied: 26th Nov 2010 at 05:33
Last edited by jem glover: 2nd Dec 2010 at 16:50:05

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown. One to warm you up on this cold November morn.This was and still is a big fave of mine,not played a lot of these.Gladys Knight and the Pips Just Walk In My Shoes.
Mary Wells
Everybody Needs Love.
This is another version of the Temptations song,but not bad.Marvin Gaye

My Girl.






Replied: 27th Nov 2010 at 07:27
Last edited by jem glover: 28th Nov 2010 at 07:24:31

Posted by: rio caroni (5077) 

jem just listened "Walk in my shoes" not heard that for years and still a great tune, cheers dave

Replied: 28th Nov 2010 at 00:12

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Awreet Prod glad you liked that,if you did you'd end up with wet feet ha.Tony Diamond Don't Turn Away.
Peggy Gains When The Boy That You Love.
Lorraine Chandler You Only Live Twice.

Replied: 28th Nov 2010 at 07:38
Last edited by jem glover: 28th Nov 2010 at 08:24:56

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Prophets My Kind Of Girl.
Johnnie Taylor with a version of Please Let Me In.
Jimmy Norman Family Tree.

Replied: 28th Nov 2010 at 21:04
Last edited by jem glover: 28th Nov 2010 at 21:25:59

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Frankie Beverly And The Butlers Love (Your Pain Goes Deep).
Miss Madeline Behave Yourself.
Specials Everybody Say Yea.

Replied: 29th Nov 2010 at 20:41
Last edited by jem glover: 29th Nov 2010 at 21:05:27

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Temtations Sorry Is A Sorry Word.
Velvelettes Somethings Happening.
Brenda Holloway Who Could Ever Doubt my Love.

Replied: 30th Nov 2010 at 06:58
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Because Tina my wife is doing such a good job of it this year this one's for her.Horace Williams
I'm Going Christmas Shopping.
Another to get you in the mood Honey And The Bees Jing Jing A Ling.
The Gems good name that. Love For Christmas.

Replied: 2nd Dec 2010 at 17:00
Last edited by jem glover: 3rd Dec 2010 at 05:06:19

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

More Motown On Ric Tic Fantastic Four Man In Love.
Bobby Taylor And The Vancouvers Little Miss Sweetness.
Martha Reeves And The Vandellas I'll Follow You.

Replied: 3rd Dec 2010 at 04:29
Last edited by jem glover: 3rd Dec 2010 at 06:02:06

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Maxine Crayton Don't Take Your Love.
Josephine Taylor Aint Gonna Cry No More.
The Big Guys Hang My Head And Cry.

Replied: 4th Dec 2010 at 07:37
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Putting a ballard on tonight,love this good one for in the car You can't go flying about while driving like I do sometimes Eddie Holman I Love You.
Della Reese If It Feels Good Do It.
This is What you don't try to swing about to in your car,I Mean while driving The Butlers She Tried To Kiss Me.

Replied: 4th Dec 2010 at 21:44
Last edited by jem glover: 4th Dec 2010 at 22:26:29

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Jades Lucky Fellow.
Gene Woodbury That's Not Half Bad.
Kenny Carlton Lost And Found.

Replied: 5th Dec 2010 at 09:53
Last edited by jem glover: 5th Dec 2010 at 10:06:29

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Martha Reeves And The Vandellas I Gotta Let You Go.
Brenda Holloway I've Got To Find It.
Isley Brothers Good Thing.

Replied: 5th Dec 2010 at 21:47
Last edited by jem glover: 5th Dec 2010 at 22:03:43

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown LaBrenda Ben And The Beljeans Chaperone.
Marvelettes Because I Love Him.
Martha Reeves And The Vandellas Dance Party.

Replied: 6th Dec 2010 at 04:49
Last edited by jem glover: 6th Dec 2010 at 05:39:34

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Some Crimbo choones Betty Lioyd Snowflakes.
Felice Taylor It May Be Winter Outside.
Carla Thomas Gee Wiz It's Christmas.

Replied: 6th Dec 2010 at 20:40
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Joyce Kennedy I'm A Good Girl.
Carol Jones Don't Destroy Me.
Ann Bogus Don't Ask Me(to Love Again)

Replied: 8th Dec 2010 at 14:40
Last edited by jem glover: 8th Dec 2010 at 15:11:20

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Jackie Wilson Just Be Sincere.
Brenda And The Tabulations Lie Lies Lies.
Gil Bernal Can You Love A Poor Boy.

Replied: 8th Dec 2010 at 20:44
Last edited by jem glover: 8th Dec 2010 at 20:54:12

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Four Tops Helpless.
Sam Ward Sister Lee.
Brenda Holloway How Can I.

Replied: 9th Dec 2010 at 05:06
Last edited by jem glover: 9th Dec 2010 at 05:24:34

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Nolan Porter If I Could Only Be Sure.
Major Lance Wait Till I Get You In My Arms.
Carl Holmes And The Commanders Soul Dance No3.

Replied: 9th Dec 2010 at 16:07
Last edited by jem glover: 9th Dec 2010 at 16:28:01

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Carolyn Crawford Forget About Me.
Martha Reeves And The Vandellas Nobody'll Care.
Marvin Gaye Need Somebody.

Replied: 10th Dec 2010 at 04:53
Last edited by jem glover: 10th Dec 2010 at 05:40:19

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Richard Marks Love Is Gone.
Bobby Reed I'll Find A Way.
Zenoboia Bonner All Alone.

Replied: 11th Dec 2010 at 08:18
Last edited by jem glover: 11th Dec 2010 at 08:35:09

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

This is a cracker Chuck Jackson Helpless.
On Stax William Bell Crying All By Myself.
The Commands No Time For You.

Replied: 11th Dec 2010 at 21:49
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Crimbo Choons Diana Ross And The Supremes Little Bright Starr.
Otis Redding White Christmas.
Clarence Carter Back Door Santa.
Rufus Thomas I'll Be Your Santa Baby.

Replied: 12th Dec 2010 at 19:41
Last edited by jem glover: 12th Dec 2010 at 20:39:51

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Judy Freeman Hold On.
Dee Dee Warwick Don't You Ever Give Up.
Wee Willie Walker I Don't Want To Take A Chance.

Replied: 13th Dec 2010 at 04:37
Last edited by jem glover: 13th Dec 2010 at 05:16:03

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Marvin Gaye And Oma Page So Good To Be Looved By You.
Fantastic Four Keep On Trying(Till You Find Love)
Carolyn Crawford
When Someon's Good To You.

Replied: 13th Dec 2010 at 20:37
Last edited by jem glover: 13th Dec 2010 at 21:49:04

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Denise LaSalle with her version of Right Track
Miss Madeline Lonely Girl.
Jean Carter I Bet Cha.

Replied: 14th Dec 2010 at 05:33
Last edited by jem glover: 14th Dec 2010 at 20:23:22

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Detroit Spinners Head Over Heals.
Temptations Save My Love For A Rainy Day.
Jimmy Ruffin Don't Feel Sorry For Me.

Replied: 14th Dec 2010 at 20:32
Last edited by jem glover: 14th Dec 2010 at 20:58:54

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Flirtations Need Your Loving.
Clarence Reid I'm Your Yes Man.
Joyce Kennedy I'm A Good Girl.

Replied: 15th Dec 2010 at 04:31
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Debbie Taylor Don't Nobody Mess With My Baby.
Bob And Earl Ooh Honey Baby. Barbara And Brenda Don'tWait Up For Me.

Replied: 15th Dec 2010 at 21:09
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown

Martha Reeves And The Vandellas Spellbound.Isley Brothers Your Love Is My Love Forever.
Velvelettes
Think Of The Times.

Replied: 16th Dec 2010 at 04:36
Last edited by jem glover: 16th Dec 2010 at 17:10:15

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Volumes My Kind Of Girl.

Jackie lee Would You Believe'
Little Eva Harris Mr Everything.

Replied: 16th Dec 2010 at 20:45
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Mary Love Hey Stoney Face.
Tammy Wayne Have A Good Time.
Jimmy Burns I Love You Girl.

Replied: 17th Dec 2010 at 20:47
Last edited by jem glover: 17th Dec 2010 at 21:44:25

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Gladys Knight And The Pips with there version of the Four Tops tune Baby I Need Your Loving.
Chuck Jackson Any Other Way.
Marvelettes Your Cheating Ways.

Replied: 18th Dec 2010 at 07:24
Last edited by jem glover: 18th Dec 2010 at 08:16:17

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

David Ruffin No Matter Where.
Rose Batiste I Miss My Baby.
The Soul Shakers You're Turnin.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Ambassadors Happiness.
Clydie King Soft And Gentle Ways.
Freddie Scott Hey Girl.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Dee Dee Warwick Do It With All Your Heart.
Billy Preston The Night.
Irma And The Facinators You need Love.

Replied: 21st Dec 2010 at 04:40
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Posted by: mswigan (inactive)

brian j

Found out from Pberry in Australia on the People Forum, you don't need to scroll, you can press End on the right of the keyboard and it takes you to the end of the thread.

Replied: 21st Dec 2010 at 10:11

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Hello there mswigan nice to here from someone else on here,I know it's not aimed at me the info on the scrolling thing but I find it best to put your cursor on the think it's called the scroll {the little box that moves up and down the right side of screen} on the top right then keeping the left click pressed in drag the box to the bottom of screen thus end of thread .Hope you got that it,s easer to show you than tell you. Any road up one from Ray Charles Something Inside Me.
Chuck Jackson Good Things Come To Those Who Wait.
The Tiaras Love Made A Connection.

Replied: 21st Dec 2010 at 20:04
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

After leaving Motown Kim Weston Went to M.G.M this one's got a bit of pace to it. Kim Weston I Got What You Need.
Laura Lee Are You Doing Me Wrong.
Denise La Salle A Love Reputation.

Replied: 22nd Dec 2010 at 04:55
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Peter Peterson Chained.
Dennis Edwards Ain't That Perculiar.
Flaming Embers Lets Have A Love In.

Replied: 22nd Dec 2010 at 20:17
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motowns first big hit 1959 also covered by the Beatles amongst others,still has a great sound and beat for it's day Barrett Strong Money.
Marvin Gaye One More Heartache.
Isley Brothers Thats The Way Love Is.

Replied: 23rd Dec 2010 at 15:18
Last edited by jem glover: 23rd Dec 2010 at 15:43:06

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

From Brunswick Erma Franklin Gotta Find Me A Lover.
Barbara Acklin You've Been In Love To Long.
Jackie Wilson Didn't I.

Replied: 23rd Dec 2010 at 20:41
Last edited by jem glover: 23rd Dec 2010 at 21:28:52

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Fred Hughes I Keep Trying.
Gloria Jones Look What You Started.
Chuck Carter I Can't Help Myself.

Replied: 24th Dec 2010 at 08:04
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

This one's on the best record label there is you'll see it when you press the link.Virgie Till Loose Me Love.

Johnny Nash Ooh You've Been Good To Me.
Mary Wells
Doctor.

Replied: 24th Dec 2010 at 14:12
Last edited by jem glover: 24th Dec 2010 at 14:36:27

Posted by: tony g (295)

Jem and Bri, Have a nice Christmas, keep the music coming Jem, I tune in every day, brilliant

Cheers

Tony G

Replied: 24th Dec 2010 at 21:00

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Merry Christmas to everyone,Tony not heard from you for age's.Mi arms are killing me from owdin this fort,I've just got back from Coventry Ha. Do You Know What I'm Talking About..Just Put Yourself In My Place. Two from the Downbeats that later became the Elgins with Sandra Edwards joining them.The Elgins Life Can Be Beautiful.

Replied: 25th Dec 2010 at 07:08
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Posted by: rio caroni (5077) 

All the best Jem. Do you remember going seeing the Elgins at the Casino? only about 37 years ago

Replied: 25th Dec 2010 at 19:41

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

All the best to you rio,I use to have a very good memory but now I find it hard to remember even last night.Think that's something to do with as Quasi would shout THE BELLS ha.
Theresa Lindsey Daddy Ho.
Ramona Collins You've Been Cheating.
Betty Moorer Speed Up.

Replied: 26th Dec 2010 at 06:15
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Posted by: brianjgreen (492)

Hi Brian,all the best for christmas and new year,
Keep The Faith

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Posted by: tonker (21748) 

Brian, don't you mean 'Keep the change'?

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Dennis Edwards I Didn't Have To But I Did.
Junior Walker And The All Stars These Eyes.
Don't get much better than this Marvin Gaye Baby Don't You Do It.

Replied: 26th Dec 2010 at 17:36
Last edited by jem glover: 26th Dec 2010 at 17:56:54

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

With a great sir name Sharon Soul His Love Is Amazing.
Barbara Banks with a slow but great sounding tune. Ain't I Worth A Dime.
An Instrumental don't put many on Van McCoy Strings Sweet And Easy.

Replied: 27th Dec 2010 at 06:30
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Some blue eyed soul from artist you know.First one The Righteous Brothers always liked there You've Lost That Loving Feeling,from being a kid.Here with Been So Nice.
Next The Temptones with a young Daryl Hall on lead vocals of Hall and Oats fame,with Girl I Love You.
Tom Jones Next with his very soulful voice Feels Like Music.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Betty Lavette Let Me Down Easy.
The Tempos I'll Never Forget.
Lilian Dupree Hide And Seek.

Replied: 28th Dec 2010 at 06:57
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Posted by: rbilly (10582)

well a cawnt speak who would have thaught my little thread would have caused so much interest ..keep it going jem you been a BUSY LAD..

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Awreet rbilly I will try to keep going a bit longer.
Motown
Marv Johnson Save My Love For A Rainy Day.
The Supremes Love Is Like An Itching In My Heart.
Brenda Holloway
I've Got To Find It.

Replied: 28th Dec 2010 at 13:59
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Posted by: rio caroni (5077) 

jem was "Love is like an itching in my Heart" released as the B side to "The Happening"? Always an old favourite

Replied: 28th Dec 2010 at 14:41

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Don,t think so I've only got them on a CD and according to the info Love Is Like An Itchin In My Heart was released as a single on Motown 1094 on 8th of April 1966.The Happening on Motown 1107 on March 20th 1967.Putting it on for you The Supremes The Happening. This is a Smokey Robinson song by Edwin Starr And Blinky Ooo Baby Baby
Smokey Robinson And The Miracles It's A Good Feeling.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

This one from the man who gave us the twist in the 60s
Chubby Checker You Just Don't Know(What You Do To Me) These ended up being the funky masters of the 70s Parliments (Funkadelic)with George Clinton Look At What I Almost Missed.
Gene Faith My Baby's Missing.

Replied: 29th Dec 2010 at 07:04
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Another cracker from The Isley Brothers Little Miss Sweetness.
This is another good one from Marv Johnson You Got The Love I Love.
The sweet voice of Brenda Holloway You've Made Me So Very Happy.

Replied: 29th Dec 2010 at 14:39
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown The Marvelettes Maybe I Dried My Tears For The Last Time.
Chocker Cambell Come See About Me.
Tommy Good Baby I Miss You.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

More Motown love this one from Martha Reeves And The Vandellas Too Far.
Terry Johnson What Cha Gonna Do.
David Ruffin What You Gave Me.
Junior Walker And The All Stars Pucker Up Buttercup.

Replied: 30th Dec 2010 at 16:14
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Olympics We Go Together.
The Festivals You're Gonna Make It.
Andy Fisher My Hearts Beating Stronger.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

A Good choone from Emanuel Laskey Don't Lead Me On.
From The Hesitations Wait A Minute Baby.
Herman Lewis Who's Kissing You Tonight.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown I like this one from Tammi Terrell Can't Stop Now Love Is Calling.
The Isley Brothers One Too Many Heart Aches.

Replied: 31st Dec 2010 at 12:07
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Posted by: coke73 (92)

happy nu ear,hope bri is ok.
.any day nowchuck jackson.

Replied: 31st Dec 2010 at 12:40

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Happy New Year Coke did you get them photo's I sent to you of the grand kids at Christmas.Connie Hains Whats Easy For Two.
Junior Walker And The All stars Riding High On Love.
Nice one Coke.Marvin Gaye Pritty Little Baby.

Replied: 31st Dec 2010 at 13:18
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Posted by: coke73 (92)

yes jem got the pics it's good camera you got.

Replied: 31st Dec 2010 at 13:24

Posted by: coke73 (92)

a miracle.james ray.

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Posted by: upthetims (6530)




All the best cokes and Ann,lost your number when I lost my last mobile

Replied: 31st Dec 2010 at 18:56

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Have a Happy New Year To All. Steve Mancha Don't Make Me A Storytellar.
The Precisions Instant Heartbreak (Just Add Tears.]
Melvin Davis You've Got To Crawl (Before You Can Walk.

Replied: 31st Dec 2010 at 21:06
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

I'm Starting 2011 of with a northern classic,if this don't get you dancing nothing will.Bunny Singler Let The Good Time Roll.
El Anthony We've Been In Love To Long.
Chuck Bernard Send For Me.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Donnie Elbert In Between The Heartaches.
Gwen Owens
Lies.
Jackie Wilson. Didn't I.

Replied: 1st Jan 2011 at 19:06
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Chuck Bernard Indian Giver.
Rose Batisste I Miss My baby.
Troy Dodds Earthquake.

Replied: 2nd Jan 2011 at 08:26
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Posted by: coke73 (92)

[URL=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtAX5svClOQ]USE YOUR HEAD[/URL].MARRY WELLS.

Replied: 3rd Jan 2011 at 15:54
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Coke you've got capital's for the url= and /url at the end, Buddy.Your Caps Lock will be on at the far left hand side just press it and then edit it .Steve Mancha Monday Through Thursday.
Gino Washington I'll Be Around.
The Tangeers This Emptey Place.

Replied: 3rd Jan 2011 at 21:23
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: coke73 (92)

useyourheadmarry wells.

Replied: 4th Jan 2011 at 09:43

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Nice one Coke. Motown on V I P. Chuck Jackson
The Day My World Stood Still.
Detroit Spinners Too Late I Learned.
The Temptations Why Did She Have To Leave Me Why Did She Have To Go.

Replied: 4th Jan 2011 at 20:16
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Exciters If You Want My Love.
Soul Patrol Coming Right Back.
Leonard Adeair I Dig You.

Replied: 5th Jan 2011 at 05:08
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Mel Williams Can It Be Me.
Barbara Acklin Raindrops.
Alex Brown I'm Not Responsible.

Replied: 5th Jan 2011 at 20:59
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Posted by: frances (2831) 

Hi Jem

You certainly know your Northern Soul

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Hi there Frances,think I need some help I am obsessed with it. Thanks for that,and have a happy new year. Here's a good one from Patti Austin I've Given All My Love.
An old one that I like the sound of from Maria Knight Come On Baby Hold My Hand.
Della Reece With her version of
Compared To What,

Replied: 6th Jan 2011 at 05:29
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Posted by: frances (2831) 

and a very happy new year to you - Jem

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Frances Bunny Sigler Great Big Liar.
Major Lance Girl Come On Home. Bobby Reed Baby Don't You Leave Me.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Eddie Holland with his last recording before going on to writing and producing because of his stage fright. Canddy To Me.
Dean Courtney Today Is My Day.
Tammi Terrell I Gotta Find A Way.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Velours I'm Gonna Change.
James Emanuel Laskey I,m A Peace Loving Man.
The Masqueraders Do You Still Love Me Baby.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown The Elgins I Understand My Man.
Gladys Knight And The Pips I'ts Too Late For Me And You.
Al Kent You Got To Pay The Price.

Replied: 8th Jan 2011 at 12:48
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Mary Love Lay This Burden Down.
Milton James My Lonely Feeling.
Juanita Williams Baby Boy.

Replied: 8th Jan 2011 at 21:08
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Little Willie John I Need Someone. Jo Jamaa My Life.Parliments A New Day Begins.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Tee Fletcher Thank You Baby.
Donnie Elbert Along Came Pride.
The Mirettes Ain't My stuff Good Enough.

Replied: 9th Jan 2011 at 06:28
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Mary Wells Two Lovers.
The Isley Brothers That's the Way Love Is.
The Contours Can You Jerk Like Me.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Florence Devore Kiss Me Now Don't Kiss Me Later.
Frankie Beverly And The butlers Want To Feel I'm Wanted.
Al Williams Try Them.

Replied: 10th Jan 2011 at 04:36
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Eddie Holman with his version of Larry Clinton's She'sWanted.
Albert Williams I'm In Your Corner.
Bunny Sigler Can You Dig It.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Velvelettes Can't Get Away.
Brenda Holloway I'll Be Available.
The Marvelettes Reaching For Something I Can't Have.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Nick Ashford of Ashford and Simpson fame. I Don't Need No Doctor.
Kenny Gamble of Gamble and Huff fame. The Joke's On You.
Lamont Anthony AKA Lamont Dozier of Holland Dozier Holland fame Popeye.

Replied: 11th Jan 2011 at 20:11
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown The Supremes You're Gonna Come To Me.
The Temptations I'm Losing You.
Liz Lands Midnight Johnny.

Replied: 12th Jan 2011 at 05:04
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Another from George Clinton future Funkadelic.Parliment Lets Make It Last.
Judy Freeman And Blackrock Hold On.
Matt Lucas You Better Go Go.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Mar-Keys My Sweet Baby.
Old but good Thurston Harris Little Bitty Pritty One.
One from the jaz queen Nina Simone Save Me'

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Volcanos Your Number one.
Jesse Johnson Left Out'
The Spellbinders Where Acting Like Lovers.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Marvelettes Someday Someway.
Rick Robin And Him Cause You Know Him.
The Spinners She's Gonna Love Me at Sundown.

Replied: 13th Jan 2011 at 20:30
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

James Emanuel Lasky Lucky To Be Loved By You.
Ann Byers Dead End.
Frankie Garcia I've Got That Feelin.

Replied: 14th Jan 2011 at 05:14
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Posted by: tony g (295)

Hey up Jem, yes Im back, been chating to Bri on facebook telling him about my trip to Queensland next week for a northern soul weekender with all the mad brits. Not near the floods but not far away, a place called the Goldcoast, sun, sand, ale and northern to boot, hopefully we will be donating some funds for all those poor people who have lost everything during that flood disaster. Heres a few hopefully the DJS will play, we need you their, show them all up

The Charades key to my happiness
Soul Twins Quick change artist
Sam & Kitty I got something good

Three Torch classics, may forever the flame never go out

Replied: 14th Jan 2011 at 09:31
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Happy New Year Tony,It's a good start for us Brit's (Ashes)just need for us to stop them Aussies having there own way at R.L. It's on It's way some good young lads coming up at the moment.So hopefully that's going to happen soon.Have a good un on the Goldcoast and let us know how it went. The Platters Going back to Detroit.
Maxine Brown Let Me Give You My Loving.

The Lollipops Loving Good Feeling.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Thelma Lindsey Why Were'nt You There.
Barbara Mason You Better Stop It.
The Admirations You Left Me.

Replied: 15th Jan 2011 at 20:35
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Another brill song on Motown from Barenda Holloway Till Johnny Comes.
Mary Wells What Love Has Joined Together.
Tammi Terrell What A Good Man He Is.

Replied: 16th Jan 2011 at 07:36
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Millionairs Taken For a Ride.
Eloise Laws Tighten Him Up.
Ellusions You Didn't Have To Leave.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Four Tops Look Out Your Window.
The Marvelettes No Time For Tears.
Connie Van Dyke Oh Freddy.

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Posted by: adobeflats (17)

Hope I've done this right. Haven't noticed this song posted previously.



The Steinways - My Heart's Not In It Anymore

Replied: 16th Jan 2011 at 21:46

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Hello there Abode and welcome,great choice that I like it.
Roger Hatcher Sweetest Girl In The World.
Ad Libs Appreciation.
Little Flint Pain.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Steve Mancha With what must be the best song title for a Northern Soul record KEEP THE FAITH.
Spyder Turner I'm Alive With A Lovin Feeling.
The Parliments I Wonna Testify.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown The Supremes
Mother You Smother You.
Marvelettes Keep Off No Tresspassing.
James Jay Barnes Show Me The Way.

Replied: 18th Jan 2011 at 20:06
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Dottie Cambridge Cry Your Eyes Out.
Bunny Sigler Follow Your Heart.
The Casanova Two We Got To Keep On.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Jem: Only just seen this thread, its bin a while , but:

Eddie Parker : You Know I Love You Baby
Jackie Lee : The Duck
Isley Bros : Tell me its just a rumour baby.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

JJ Barnes: Real Humdinger
Five Stairsteps: Please stay close to me
The Impressions : You've been Cheatin'.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Billy Butler: Right Track
Jerry Butler: Moody Woman
Dave Butler : Ged us guinness, wilt?.

Replied: 19th Jan 2011 at 18:01

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Great choice's pisolivadi,I think I should know you but I haven't a clue at the moment.Don,t want to seem picky but it's Jackie Lee who did the Duck.Hope you don't do what your name say's Ha.The last one you tend to get sick off hearing after a wile,but it is on a record int'it Ha.

Replied: 19th Jan 2011 at 18:14

Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

I'm kickin' meself. Jackie Lee, course Jem. And of course you know me. Will see how long it is before my cover's blown.

Bob Relf: Blowin' my Mind To Pieces.
Contours: Just s little misunderstanding
Sam and Kitty ( Which I first thought was Salmon Kitty): I've got something good.

Replied: 19th Jan 2011 at 18:20

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Think I'm on You'r trail,something's ringing a bell and it's not Quasi's face Ha.Think I've got it well has Betty Lavette sings here Almost. Also do you know that the songs are links that you put your cursor on,put it on the under line at the bottom of title left click and you can listen to the track.

Replied: 19th Jan 2011 at 18:33
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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Jem, Can't remember last time I saw ya, pal . You probably had hair, so long since.: Great track by Betty Lavette
Here's one by way of return: - not Northern as such, but just listen to the fantastic voice and Willie Mitchell's production
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQtSawCi4hg

i'd be alright tryin't'hide from t'bobbies wunt ah. How the bloody hell did ya get me so fast?

Replied: 19th Jan 2011 at 18:56
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The link has to have [url= at the front of link and [/url] at the end with the title put in the middle.So it sould look like this [url=your link here]title here. then after the title you put the end bit if i do it it wipes all the info out.

Replied: 19th Jan 2011 at 19:07
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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Am poor at technology, Jem, but I 'll have another do. I was useless with them airfix kits, too.
If you didn't cut and paste the link, it was Denise Lasalle 'Trapped by this thing called Love>
Any way, I haft have a wash n'shave now before I turn out. Good on ya and keep postin them classics for us.

Replied: 19th Jan 2011 at 19:35
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Did we have a few beers around Christmas time, on a fair few times a few years ago.I had hair you had black curly hair but now it's going grey.Talking of colours this next artist has a colour in his name,am I on the right track.Garland Green Ain't That Good Enough.

Replied: 19th Jan 2011 at 19:53

Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

jem, I believe that you're on the right track. i conceded my cover was blown about two or three posts earlier; but I still can't work out how ya got me so quick..
I am in denial about grey hair.

Which leads me on to The Impressions : Choice of Colours

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Mi middle name isn't Columbo for now't,good choice's again.a bit more Motown Velverlettes since you've been Loving Me.
The Temptations Say You.
fantastic Four I'm Gonna Live Up To What She Thinks.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

pisolivadi one that you chose Moody Woman I believe you've dabbled with ,am I right.Darrow Fletcher What Good am I Without You.
James Emanuel Lasky You Know What I Like.
The Caveliers Dance little Girl.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Jem, Aaaaahh, now I know how you got me. That bloke with a mobile phone in t'Wiend Bar has a lot to answer for. I was hopin' folk'd think it was Lemon in diguise.
Hope tha awreet Jem anyway. Sithi.

Jackie Lee : Shotgun and the Duck
Mamie Galore: It ain't necessary.
Chuck Wood : Seven Days ( is too long )

Replied: 20th Jan 2011 at 12:45

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

I'm awreet thanks pisolivadi,but not as awreet as you.Still having to get up early in a morning and graft all day for hardly bugger all,unlike you if only I had listened more at school Ha.The Soul Shakers You're Turnin.
Donnie Elbert Where Did Are Love Go.
Wally cox This Man (Want's You)

Replied: 20th Jan 2011 at 20:37
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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Who's bin tellin thi am doin' nowt Jem. Am busy these days. Well, sometimes .
Anyway, I was havin' a scoop or two toneet with one or two lads who knew thi when tha were in thi pomp , so we had ten minutes on thi. Beltin tales.
Somedi said tha were a dab 'and at relievin' Wiggin corpie buses of bulbs upstairs to clod at scousers. I said to 'im, now, tha must be ont wrung un theer, he were a top mod, sensitive. Smart as owt. He'd never do owt lahk that.
Another mon said he remembered thi at Leyland.
Ah said tha wert best lookin lad int Swan 'n Railaway, 1975. Somedi else towd a tale abaeyt...... now.. ad best not seh.....Tha should a bin theer really. Thad 've ad chest eayht.

That Donny Elbert's a classic, eh.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Pisolivadi and Co all talking about me when I'm not there to defend myself, who are the lads in question.Hope It's not that mon who's some'rt to do with J J B or what ever they call it now.The O'Jays I Dig Your Act.
Sly And The family Stone Dance To The Music.

Replied: 21st Jan 2011 at 05:37
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Hey pisolivadi I remember you singing this word for word (you must have learned it your bed room when you were a kid)on many a night out.The Temptations I Can't Get Next To You.
Martha Reeves And The Vandellas Heartless.
Another by The Temptations He Who Picks A Rose. I,ve put this one on by the Carstairs and also Jimmy Ruffin before all of them great versions.

Replied: 22nd Jan 2011 at 05:22
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

George Tindley aint That Perculiar.
The Tandels Is It Love Baby.
The Belles Don't Pretend.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown This is a great duet from the best at it Marvin Gaye And Tammi Terrell Hold Me Oh My Darling.
Mary Wells With The Supremes My Heart Is Like A Clock.
Another Great track From Martha Reeves And The Vandellas Tear It On Down.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Silky Hargreaves You're To Good(To Me Baby)
The Intruders Check Yourself.
Jamo Thomas Arrest Me.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Supremes Back In Your Arms Again,
The Temptations Your My Everything.
Marvelettes I Need Someone.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Edwin Starr Born To Be Bad.
Martha Reeves And The Vandellas Never Leave your Baby's Side.
The Temptations It's Growing.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Jones Brothers Good Old Days.
Ad Libs Nothing Worse Than Being Alone.
The Darlettes Lost.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Mamie Galore No Right To Cry.
Ty Karim All At Once.
Barbara Mercer Hey.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Betty Wright That's When I'll Stop Loving You.
Nice ballard From Mary Love Baby I'll Come.
Dee Dee Sharp I Really Love You.

Replied: 30th Jan 2011 at 07:20
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Marvin Gaye And Kim Weston Baby Say Yes.
Marvelettes Barefootin.
Brenda Holloway make him Come To You.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Boss Men gonna Walk Away.
The Olympics I'll Do A Little Bit More.
The Fashionetts Losin Control.

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Posted by: tony g (295)

Hi Jem

Doing my best to keep up but I think its become an obsession with you, fan bloody tastic, heres one I hope you like, instrumental classic, Mr Ms all over again

innocent bystanders Frantic escape

Replied: 31st Jan 2011 at 09:13

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Awreet Tony I do like that one,didn't know you where an Incer (Higher) .You can take an Incer out of Ince but you can't take the Ince out of an Incer.Think thats right Ha.Have you still got your twang there in Australia.Your right obsession it is hope I ain't getting up peoples noses with this,not getting much feed back.I would pack it in if I thought I was peeing people off.Think I will finish soon,I'll just try and make it to the 12 month date if I can.So for now Al Si Thi.
Marlina Mars
Just Another Dance.
Joyce Davis
Hello Heartaches Goodbye Love.
This is the original version of this song covered by many Bessie Banks
Go Now.

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Posted by: tony g (295)

Hi Jem

Yes Incer, born and bred, Higher ince, the posh side ha ha, Still got my accent so I am told but a little more refined otherwise the aussies have not got a clue what I said in Ince lingo or Wigan speak. Must put those photos on of the Goldcaost weekender, it was brilliant, must tell Bri to update the northern soul list, hes not been on for a while but a catch him on face book so will let him know, when he sees how busy you have been he,ll have a bloody heart attack, ha ha

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Hey Tony yer the first posh Incer I've come across in all these years Ha,Glad you enjoyed the Goldcoast weekender.
Motown Chuck jackson Where You Gonna Run To.
Brenda Holloway
Trapped In A Love Affair.
Velvelettes These Things Wil Keep Me Loving You.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Orthela Barnes Waiting For Joey.
Val Palmer Back In My Arms Again.
Pat Lewis I'll Wait.

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Posted by: rio caroni (5077) 

Jem, a lot of these sites don't get much feed-back but you can tell with the amount of views that a lot of people still visit. I always thought that I loved the old Casino/Highland Room scene but although it is a genuine nostalgia trip on here for me it seems that you have got SLIGHTLY HOOKED
Only jokin pal, superb site and seemingly limitless input. Keep up the good work and as long as you are posting, people will keep enjoying. Best wishes Prod

Replied: 1st Feb 2011 at 22:21

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Thanks Prod for the kind words,I'll keep gooin wit yed down for now. On Ric Tic Willie G Meet Me Halfway.
king Floyd on Motown V I P You've Been Good To Me.
Martha Reeves And The Vandellas In And Out Of My Life.

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Posted by: tony g (295)

Heyup Jem, I have been in touch with Bri on FB and told him the list needs updating although it may take him six months. Knowing Bri and his manner for detail, he will do it or he will tell us your f---in nuts. We will see

Replied: 2nd Feb 2011 at 10:41

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Awreet Tony don't under stand why Bri's not been on here for age's,I,m not on face book so next time your in touch let him know I've been missing him and his input for he knows loads about the world of northern soul,
A doozer here from James Jay Barnes Competition Aint Nothing.
Instrumental The Holidays Making Up Time.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Dee Edwards All The Way Home.
Darrell Banks I've got That Feeling.
Loleatta Holloway Casanova.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Patti And The Emblems Mixed up Shook up Girl.
The Embers Just Crazy Bout You baby.
Chris Towns Turn To Me.

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Posted by: the_gwim_weaper (inactive)

Bloody good show, Jem and other donators. Brilliant work. Thanks and KTF.

Replied: 4th Feb 2011 at 10:08

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Thanks gwim and K T F .A little bit more Motown James Jay Barnes I Ain,t Gonna Do It.
Detroit Spinners. Too Late I Learned.
Martha Reeves And The Vandellas You've Been In Love To Long.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Pat Lewis Can't Shake It Lose.
Betty Swann You Gave Me Love
Eddie Whitehead Just your Fool.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

These next few songs are for Gladys Horton who died aged 66 on Jan 26th,the original lead singer of the Marvelettes.This first song there first hit for Motown 1961 is yet another Motown song covered by the Beatles along with Money (Thats What I want)The Marvelettes Mr Postman.
Too Many Fish In The Sea.
Beechwood 4-5789.
Your my Remedy.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Deon Jackson Can't Go On.
Susan Barrett It's No Secret.
Pearleon Gray I Don't Want To cry.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Hit Pack Never Say No To Your Baby
Bunny Sigler Sunny Sunday.
Bobby Bell Don't come Back to me.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Marv Johnson The Night.
The Adorables Devil in His Eyes.
Steve Mancha He Stole A Love That Was Mine.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Mary Love Move A Little Closer.
Barbara Mason Sad Sad Girl.
Chris Bartley Baby It's Wonderful.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Dennis Edwards I'll Turn To Stone.
Martha Reeves And The Vandellas Never Leave Your Babys Side.
The Fantastic Four Take Him Back If It Makes You Happy.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Preformers I Can't Stop You.
The Darlettes Sweet Kind Of Loneliness.
Jackie Washington Why Won't They Let Me Be.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

First up today is another from Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings who'm I've posted in the past relatively new group (15 years or so) but I think are brill I Learnd The Hard Way.
Chuck Jackson What's With This Loneliness.
Ricky Lewis Someone To Love Tonight.
Fred Hughes You Can't Take It Away.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Martha Reeves And The Vandellas Baby Don't You Leave Me.
Marvin Gaye Get My Hands On Some Lovin.
Tammi Terrell I Can't Believe You Love Me.

Replied: 14th Feb 2011 at 04:45
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Posted by: groucho (28) 

The Reflections : Just like Romeo and Juliet
The Isley Brothers : My Love is your love
The isley Brothers : I guess i'll always love you

Replied: 14th Feb 2011 at 14:27
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Awreet groucho long time no hear,nice one's them.I'll carry on with the love thing for tonight.
Sugarpie Desanto The One Who Really Loves You.
On Ric Tic The Flaming Embers Lets Have A Love In.
Howard Tate
Baby I Love You.
This one's for Tina my Wife on this Valentines Day. Jackie Lee I Love You.

Replied: 14th Feb 2011 at 16:07
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

More Motown love thing Kim Weston Just Loving You.
Martha reeves And The Vandellas Love (Makes Me Do Foolish Things)
Mary Wells Whisper You Love Me Boy.

Replied: 14th Feb 2011 at 20:40
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Maxine Brown The Secret Of Living.
Loretta Williams Baby Cakes.
Marie Knight To Be Loved By You.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Barrino Brothers The Bad Things (You Said To Me).
The Young Folk Lonely girl.
J J Jackson Come See me.

Replied: 15th Feb 2011 at 20:50
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Posted by: groucho (28) 

Jean Carn : If you wanna go back
Dean Courtney : I'll always need you

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

No groucho why have you got some going cheap.
Pat Lewis Let's Go Together.
Doris Troy He Don't Belong To Me.
Jackie Wilson Do It The Right Way.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown With there version of a Supremes song The Marvelettes Someday We'll Be Together.
Marvin Gaye Take This Heart Of Mine.
Martha Reeves And The Vandellas I Tried.

Replied: 16th Feb 2011 at 20:54
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Bonnie Blanchard And Andy Aaron You're The Only One.
Clarence Murray Baby You Got It.
The Mad Lads Did My Baby Call.
Dee Dee Warwick with the original version of this Supremes and Temptations song. I'm Gonna Make You Love Me.

Replied: 17th Feb 2011 at 21:15
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Posted by: rio caroni (5077) 

Come on jem, you've not run out already have youAbsolutely stunning list mate, music that never leaves you KTF

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Am here,busy day yesterday so didn't get the time.
Got my Grand Kids here over night.So a rare Day off,rio K.T.F.
The New Yorkers Don't Want To Be Your Fool.
Toni Basil Breakaway.
Tony Clarke (They Call Me)A Wrong Man.

Replied: 19th Feb 2011 at 06:48
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Holidays Never Alone.
Major Lance It Ain't No Use.
Rosebuds Say you'll Be Mine.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown The Velvelettes Think Of The Times.
Brenda Holloway Hey Fool.
Marvin Gaye And Kim Weston Heaven Sent You I Know.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Jimmy Norman This I Beg Of You.
Lorraine Rudolph Keep Coming Back For More.
Bettye Swann I'm Lonely For You.

Replied: 20th Feb 2011 at 21:24
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Freddy Butler She's Foolin You.
The Soulette Bring Your Fine Self Home.
Barbara Mercer Call On Me.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Mary Wells Honey Boy.
Marvin Gaye My Love For You.
The Isley Brothers Smile.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Vontastics Never Let Your Love Grow Cold.
Lyn Roman aka Linda Griner A Little Bit Of Sunshine.
Jimmy Delphs Don't Sign The Papers.

Replied: 22nd Feb 2011 at 04:52
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

On Ric Tic Rose Batiste Holding Hands.
Fantastic Four I'm Falling In Love.
The Isley Brothers One Too Many Heartaches.

Replied: 22nd Feb 2011 at 19:58
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

All on Ric Tic Edwin Starr Girls Are Getting Prettier.
Gino Washington Gino Is A Coward.
Detroit Emeralds Shades Down.

Replied: 23rd Feb 2011 at 21:16
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Posted by: rio caroni (5077) 

jem, did you ever go to the Floral Hall in Southport to see Gino? Saw him a couple of times and was always a good night

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Did'nt see him there,but the last time I did see him at a Skegness Soul weekend .He turned up without his Ram Jam Band,gave some kind of excuse about them missing the plane.So he sang to tape backing and to be honest was'nt that good,if memory serves me it was in 2002.
Bobby Byrd Hang It Up.
Carl Hall Mean It Baby.
A cover of a Supremes song from Barbara Mason Come See About Me.

Replied: 24th Feb 2011 at 05:41
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

This is another from the Ric Tic label from one of my fav's,and it's a belter.James Jay Barnes Don't Bring Me Bad News.
From Motown The Marvelettes Knock On My Door.
The Velverlettes Think Of The Times.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Rose Batiste I Can't Leave You.
Martha Starr No Part Time Love For Me.
The Wispers Remember.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Ty Karim You Just Don't Know.
Donnie Elbert So Soon.
Ann Byers I'm Happy Without You.
Leah Dawson And Chocker Campbell Orchestra My Mechanical Man.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Had a lie in this morning so am feeling great so here's a treat,I love this one on Motown The Blackberies Kidnapped.
This is another great choon I've been looking for and it's just been posted.On Ric Tic The Fantastic Four Win Or Lose.
This one's another Motown one from the Marvelettes Here I Am Baby.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

A bit of Latin Soul with this one from Havey Averne Dozen Never Learned To Dance.
The Exits Under The Street Lamp.
Porgy Williams and the Monarchs The Girl And The Boy.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Chessmen Nothing But You.
Ad Libs Nothing Worse Than Being Alone.
Silky Hargreaves Hurt By Love,

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown The Elgins My Two Arms -You =Tears.
The Supremes It's All Your Fault.
Martha Reeves And The Vandellas In And Out Of My Life.

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Posted by: mswigan (inactive)

Brian Green I bet you are in heaven reading these threads. I am a Rock and Roller but this Northern Soul is definitely foot tapping.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Hey mswigan have we got a convert in are midst ha.Herbert Hunter Love Has Taken Over Me.
Jimmy Bo Horne I Just corn't Speyk.
Big Tim And The Empires Cheaters Never Get Anywhere.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Sam Moultrie I'll Always Love You.
Chubby Checker Hey You Little Boogaloo.

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Posted by: tony g (295)

Hey up Jem, just thought I would pop in and say hello, not been on for a while, great to convert all the rockers to our wonderful music, off to a northern do next week, lookin forward to spining my toes.

Heres a classic, one of the best

Kurt Harris Emperor of my babys heart


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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Aw reet Tony have a gud un next week,let's see if we can do some converting with this one from The Producers Love Is Amazing.
And this from Bobby Freeman Everything's Love. This next one is one I wanted to post ages a go at the start but could not find at that time but someone's posted it now.My first Allnighter in Wakefield's I think it was called Metro Bistro.Way back in Feb 1971 this is one that was being played at the time.Mitch Ryder And The Detroit Wheels Breakout.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown The Temptations Love Is What You Make It.
Jimmy Ruffin
I Want Her Love.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Off work today it's are Wedding Anniversary,so where off for a meal later.It's are pearl one so these next few have something to do with pearl's
Pearl Jones Give Me Another Chance.
The Matta Baby Do The Pearl Girl Part 1.
Another from Pearl Jones Please Stay.

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Posted by: brianjgreen (492)

Barbara Mc Nair. for once in my life,

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Posted by: brianjgreen (492)

Marvin Gaye......The Shadow Of Your Smile.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Hi there brianjgreen good choice's I'm putting them on as a link so they can be listened to,hope you don't mind.
Barbara McNair For Once In My Life.
Marvin Gaye did a few different versions of this one Brian so let me know if this is the version you want or not.Marvin Gaye The Shadow Of Your Smile.
Also I'm adding this one from the Four Tops On The Street Where You Live. A cracking song.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Brenda Holloway Sad Song.
Marvin Gaye One More Heartache. The Velvelettes Should I Tell Them.

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Posted by: rio caroni (5077) 

Congratulations jem, hope you have a good neet

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Thank's Prod had a great week end,back to reality now though.
Joe Hicks I've Got To Be Free.
Ketty Lester I'll Be Looking Back.
Marva Whitney Your Love Was Good For Me.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Here's another from James Jay Barnes on Ric Tic that I've been looking for for ages .Just posted 3 days ago J J Barnes Deeper in love.
Also on Ric Tic Rose Batiste That's What He Told Me.
And an inst from Al Kent on Ric Tic. OoH Pretty Lady.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 


Eric And The Vikings
Hurting.
The Four Voices Your Love Is Getting Stronger.
Brooks O'Dell You Beter Make Up Your Mind.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Geno Washington with his version of If This Is Love (I'd Rather Be Lonely.)
Bunny Sigler For Crying Out Loud.
The Vontastics
Never let your love grow Cold.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Velvet Hammer Happy.
Betty Boo Spellbound.
The Capitals Instrumental Version Of Cool Jerk.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Some Motown this is one of Jimmy Ruffin's songs done here by The Temptations Gonna Give Her All The Love I Got.
The Velvelettes Can't Get Away.
Brenda Holloway Where Were You.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Spencer Wiggins Let's Talk It Over.
Another from George Clinton's early work Parliaments Heart Trouble.
Geno Washington I'll Be Around.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown this song is a big fave of mine done by the Four tops. Here done on a demo by a big fave song writer of mine Ivy Jo Hunter Ask The Lonely.
The Velvelettes That's A Funny Way.
Marvin Gaye Without You(My World Is Lonely.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown like this one from The Velvelettes Stop Beating Around The Bush.
The Temptations Loneliness Made Me Realize (How Much I Need You.)
Martha Reeves And The Vandellas Tell Me I'll Never Be Alone.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Frankie Dell He Broke Your Game Wide Open.
The Mirettes He's Alright With Me.
Nella Dodds First Date.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Gems I Can't Help Myself'
Jo Ann Garrett Just Say When.
Big Frank And The Essences I Won't Let Her See Me Cry.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Here's Frank Wilson With a modern version of My Sugar Baby.
On Motown The Velvelettes Since I've Lost You.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Lonnie Lester You Can't Go.
The Dells Show Me.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown The Four Tops What You Gonna Do With Me Baby.
The Temptations with there version of Whats Eary For Two Is Hard For One.
Kim Weston with her version of Stop In The Name Of Love.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Ravins Your Love Is What I Want.
The Chalafontes He Loves Me.
Jeanette White Music.]

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Rose Batiste Sweetheart Darling.
J J Barnes Get A Hold Of Yourself.
A cover of a Supremes song from Barbara Mason Come See About Me.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Edd Henry Crooked Woman.
Maurice Williams Being without You.
Idle Few People That's Why.

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Posted by: rio caroni (5077) 

"Come see about me" a true classic, never realised how many covers had been done of this

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Artistics One Last Chance.
The Paramounts I Won't Share Your Love.
Jopseph Moore I Still Can't Get To You.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Mowtown This is The Miracles with Claudette Robinson being the solo singer on this song
Farther Dear.
The Supremes Going Down For The Third Time.
Martha Reeves And The Vandellas Since You've Been Gone.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Volcanos Help Wanted.
Kim Tolliver IDon't Know What Foot To Dance On.
The Fabulous Jades Come On And Live.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Rotations (Put A Dime On)D9.
Soul Patrol
Coming Right Back To You.
Lindy Adams A Bird In The Hand.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

James Jay Barnes Let's Party.
Martha Starr It's Too Bad Baby.
Ray Charles Go On Home.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

On Ric Tic The Detroit Emeralds Show Time.
The Fantastic Four I'm Gonna Carry On.
Motown The Four Tops Is There Anything I Can Do.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Tommy Knight Don't Bring Back Memories.
The Jockers Soul Sound.
Tammy Levon Show Me The Way.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Precisions I Want.
Barbara Mason Bobby Is My Baby.
Mel Williams Burn Baby Burn.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

James Jay Barnes Just One More Time.
The Temptations What's Good About GoodBye.
Wendell Watts Kiss A Good Thing GoodBye.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

This is my last post got to end sometime .So KEEP THE FAITH.
Esther Phillips Just Say GoodBye.
Joe Walker
This Is My Last GoodBye.

and keep dancing Jem.

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Posted by: rio caroni (5077) 

jem, fabulous effort. Nearly Eighteen Thousand views and some great music along the way. Will be lost now for something to look at first. Maybe bump into you sometime, anyway thanks for the "Tunes" KTF Prod

Replied: 28th Mar 2011 at 22:27

Posted by: tony g (295)

Jem, what a fantastic job you have done. Made so many happy faces, even the ones who knew nothing about our northern soul and the most famous dance club in the world. The music will live on well beyond our time, it never leaves your heart and will be danced to by me and others all the way to the pearly gates and the casino in the sky. We should have this made Northern soul no.3 a sticky. Thanks also to Bri Jolley and others for their inpeccable knowledge of the music and memories.

Lets end with one of the classics, me and Bri agree one of the top ten of all time

TimiYuro it,ll never be over for me

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Posted by: tonker (21748) 

The Tymes - Ms. Grace!

And this one too, I'm Shaft (you ain't Shaft)

I'm surprised no-one's listed Footsie, by Wigan's Chosen Few. Or Skiing in the snow, by that other group who's name evades me at the minute!

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Thank you to Prod and Tony for your kind words,I only posted the you tube tracks.I thank all who put the tracks onto you tube for without them we could'nt have listened to all those brill song's.Why am on just want to share this Motown track,I can't stop it bin lost this week not doing this.So hope you don't mind mi doing another post.The Monitors. Doctor Of Love. The Citations Keep The Faith.
Thelma Jones Second Chance.

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Posted by: tonker (21748) 

A Casino Classic ...... Papa Oom Mow Mow!

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Stop taking the pea tonker,if your going to choose one by the Rivingtons let it be a good un like this I Love You Always.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Hiya Jem,

This thread is fantastic. Just like having your own N Soul juke box in the living room.
Sorry for the gap in the chat. I was indisposed for a while around 22 jan and was out the game, but i'm reet now.

I try to reserve ''Can't get next to you'' for special occasions, these days, but i've developed a bad habit of doin' ''heaven must have sent you'' on the mandolin when I'm kaylied. Its pretty painful listening , but that's never stopped me and a bunch of scouse women thought it was brill on Paddy's Day which gave me (probably false) hope.
Any road keep up the good work Jem, Hope its all good with you pal.

Replied: 28th Apr 2011 at 22:26

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Awreet pisolivadi glad your reet now,I will have to see if I can catch you preforming some of these tunes one day.This is a version by the Supremes change from the Elgins which can never be beaten The Supremes Heaven Must Have Sent You. This is one from Jackie Wilson Only Your Love Can Save Me. .piolivadi I've finished posting on here but I think I will come on every blue moon like this to post a few tracks.It,s been great to hear from you so till next time al si thi. This takes me back to the early days Barbara Lewis. Someday Were Gonna Love Again. The Radiants You Got It.

Replied: 29th Apr 2011 at 05:15
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Another Jackie Wilson track coz I'm a big fan of His Just Be Sincere.and one more You Can Count On Me. Some Motown Dennis Edwards with his version of the Fantastic Four's I Feel Like I'm Falling In Love Again. Martha Reeves And The Vandellas You've Been On My Mind.Stevie Wonder with his version of My Girl.

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Posted by: rio caroni (5077) 

It's in your blood lad, yer cawnt leave it alone

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Rio (Prod) a think you may be reet,just can't stop mi self.Sad really in't it. This I've posted by Marvin Gaye here done by Leroy Jones Baby Don't You Do It.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

hiya jem , glad you're out of soul research retirement.

I've tried again to post a song , but me and the cut and paste [url...[url] thing just dont get on.

I'll leave you to it. You do a great job anyway without my interference.

I was tring to post a Jerry Williams Jnr number - ''Shipwrecked''- and Otis Leavill's ''I love you''... (nothing personal..).
Alsithimon.


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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

...that's Jerry Williams Jnr who became Swamp Dogg, as you'll know , I'm sure. I think Shipwrecked is on Cotillion from memory but i could also be miles out...

Replied: 10th May 2011 at 13:41

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

pisolivadi do you know how to get to this stage,copy and paste ,if so this is what you get http://youtu.be/8OQ0hEo3WcQ in this case it's for Otis Leavill I Love You, I don't by the way,well not in that way you know what I mean Ha.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

at the front you put [url=
at the end of WcQ you put ]I Love You after the word You goes [/url] so I will do it with the last bracket missing so you can see how it should look
[url=http://youtu.be/8OQ0hEo3WcQ]I Love You[/url

Replied: 10th May 2011 at 19:13

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

So that's it without the last bracket ] when this is added it will be reet hopefully so have a go but leave it if it is'nt right so i can see what's wrong with it.go on don't be friky its the only way you will learn it.
If you don't get it right you can do what Brenda Holloway sings here You Can Cry On My Shoulder. Here is Marvin Gaye And Kim Weston with there version of Baby I Need Your Loving. When I get In tonight I'll be doing what this song says The Temptations Just One Last Look.and hope you've cracked it.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

It's Alright

Phew! Feel like I did comin' out of my last exam at Uni. Fingers crossed ...I hope its and not


...click.....

close, but no cigar...............crestfallen. I'll have another do later or t'morn. Cheers Jem

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

I got this far- ( Take Me to the River )

-to achieve my last post ( above) but it won't bloody play....
They'll be playin 'the last post' for me before I get this reet Jem!

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Please Stay Close to Me
Five Stairsteps

fingers crossed dead tight.


bugg....

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

pisolivadi I know you where from Higher Ince so am going to have to make some big allowances here Ha.Looks like you've got the typing of the url bit correct so it must be the copy and paste bit that's wrong.I don't know if you know how to do that yet.So go to YouTube and pick a song you want to use on here,for this I will use Please stay close to me Five Stairsteps(good choice a fav of mine.)Underthe video you will see the box with share printed on it take curser to it and left click it,then it will turn blue,put the cuser on this blue box and then right click it, a large box will appear, from this box put the curser on the word copy then left click.then go onto Wigan World and write what you want to write.Then left click a box will appear from this chose paste by taking the curser onto paste and right click.You should then end up wiht the song without the urls and title.I shall just go and do that bit now.You've not bin typing out the same song letters ie hhtp thing have you.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

reet I just been onto youtube and chosen stay close to me by the five stairsteps so i'm going to paste it now,I chose the one by kevinindhouse. http://youtu.be/dkO9AlGCHbM and this is what you get minus the urls and title hope you've got that .So best of luck .

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Just a little misunderstanding

....that's all it is ( PLEEEASE)

here goes

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

yessss.... kinell I'm exhausted
Ta v. much Jem.

( trust me, the first one I get right jumps at 55 secs!)

but, hey man....

It's Alright

My favourites of all time The Impressions, but Stevie Winwood does a blindin' cover, too, on an early '90's tribute to Curtis album.

Thanks for puttin up we us jem. Tara.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

The Monkey Time

This song always reminds me of a Leeds allnighter c1974. The Major sang live. A few of us went on the bus from Wigan . I got a some pills to keep me awake off a man , who's sadly no longer with us. I was falling asleep at half 2, but I've never been sick on a train, boat or plane since. They were travel sickness pills.

Replied: 11th May 2011 at 20:02

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

pisolivadi Well done .Think you were sick on one of are neets out,so them pills not so good for pub crawling Ha.
Stevie Wonder Everybody Needs Somebody And I Need You
The Temptations I Got To Find A Way To get you Back.
The Isley Brothers Baby Don't You Do It.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Jem, great selections, mon.
I just got in. Feelin' mellow. Cup of coffee time before t'zeds.
Hope this sends you to work or welcomes you back happy:

I was made to love her

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

That's got me in a good mood for the start of a new day pisolivadi .

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Open the Door to Your Heart
Darrell Banks.
I think I have this in the attic with about 600 other singles and nowt to play 'em on. The flip side is Our Love is in the Pocket, on Stateside,I think.

Is it awreet to just put the odd one on? I realise that I'm probably duplicating a record already listed , but its not a hangin' offence, I hope, just breach of ww etiquette, maybe.

Replied: 12th May 2011 at 17:12

Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Just Don't Know

Chubby Checker.
( love the 'Aoww!' @ 1min.34.)

I'm back at the Rugby Club 1973, Wednesday and Sunday affies.

Then at The Pendulum fridays:

Herb Ward: ( no relation to Lower Johnson or Gerald)

Honest to Goodness

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

It's awreet to duplicate pisolivadi It's all good stuff any road. Girl singing about there fella song's
Millie Jackson My Man A Sweet Man.
Mary Wells My Guy.
The Chiffons Sweet Talking Guy.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Jackye Owens Doing Something Awfully Good.
Blue Eyed Soul from Connie Van Dyke Don't Do Nothing I Would'nt Do.

Dena Barnes Who Am I.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Take me to the River
Syl Johnson.

B side:any way the wind blows

I've yet to hear owt produced by Willie Mitchell that's nothing short of very good; Al Green, Denis Lasalle, Ann Peebles all same stable.

Sunday night, Cas, c1974/5.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

pisolivadi posted that Any Way The Wind Blows It's one I like, have it on a CD so we must have similar tastes even if others don't like it.This is an early Al Green track from The LP Back Up Train already posted Don't Leave Me,that's more northern sounding I think. A Lovers Hideaway.
And from the same LP that's got the Northern soul label according to the poster. Let Me Help you.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Darrell Banks was shot and killed on the 24th of Feb 1970 by an off duty police officer in Detroit.He lay in an unmarked grave for 34 years.Then on the 17th of July 2004 a Memorial Bench was placed on his grave,paid for by fans from across the World.So that his grave can now be found by his army of fans if they are ever in the area.That's a sad thing to happen to a man who gives so much joy to soul fans with his brilliant voice.Open The Door To Your Heart one of his great songs was penned by himself and fellow Eastside Bufflo friend Donnie Elbert. The Four Tops Enough To Care.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Sidney Barnes I Hurt On The Other Side.
Chubby Checker Karate Monkey.
Gloria Taylor Grounded.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

I never knew that about Darrell Banks. Mind you I don't know much about a lot of the N. Soul performers.
I listened that Al Kent instrumental - You got to pay the Price. I have a vocal version of it somewhere on a single by...mmm, I think her name's Gloria Taylor. It was amongst a huge box of singles I came across in a Newquay post office. I bought 18 of them ( records , not post offices) and had no spending money left for most of the weeks holiday in July '75.... what else eas amongst them?... I think Real Humdinger on red ric-tic(?) and ''The Cheater '' by ..can't remember.

Doh! just clicked on the Gloria Taylor you posted above, and ther she was doin' You got to....
Alsithimon.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Cheater was by Bob Kuban and the In Men.I've got one of them record players you can plug into your computer that I've never used yet.So you may as well give me them record's out your loft Ha.You said about Steve Windwood doing It's All Right on the A Tribute To Curtis Mayfield Album I also Have that being an Impressions fan.I think he's got a great soulful voice Steve Windwood when he was in The spencer Davis Group.They did a couple of Jackie Edwards covers.
Jackie Edwards Sombody Help Me Please. Keep On Running.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

''So you may as well give me them record's out your loft, Ha''.
Jem
, You can have all the collection on a permanent loan. When I fall on hard times, I'll ask for them back. I know they'll have good home. Let us know if tha wants 'em.

I just listened to that Jackie Edwards 'some body help me now'. It may be sacreligeous to ask this of a N Souler, but do you think that \stevie winwood's version isn't as good ? agghh, what's it matter any way! . great song mon.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Pisolivadi that's a very kind of you to say that my friend,but it was said in jest.I'm not that mad about having records,as long as I can listen to the music in any format that'll do for me.MP3 is brill fit umpteen tracks on very little memory just the job,so thanks very much for the offer but I'll decline.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Jem, re your post 30 Oct 2010:

I can't remember the rules to skilly,despite thinkin' dead hard, but I've still got a blindin two-leg somewhere that I got in Ince Park one day when me and Ste W were neestin'.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

You've still got your two leg after all these years,or was it not that long ago you went neestin in Ince Park wi Ste W Ha.Any road up it's past mi bed time so good neet The kelly Brothers Crying Days Are Over. Skilly is where you had a base where one mon would put the people he had found in ie simlar to hide and seek,but if you did'nt find someone and they could get to base before you they could shout skilly and all those caught could be freed to hide again.I think,not played it for a couple a wick's Ha.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Shake tail feather

My fave of the many versions. This one by the 5 Du Tones.

Played Skilly today.

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Posted by: steve johnston (10) 

Some fantastic tracks posted keep them coming i've not had chance to read all so if this track is up there soz it's one that i'm playing in my sets every month at the Stute soul club Melton Mowbray Calvin Arnold "satisfy my woman" IX Chains a 70's track made for the dance floor imo.


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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Brooks and Jerry
I got What it Takes

Soul Brothers Six
Some Kinda Wonderful

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

pisolivadi good game or what skilly.Hi there Steve,I see from your profile your from Melton Mowbray.Land of the pork pie,this is the place where anything to do with pie your sure to be made most welcome.Wigan people are known as pie eater's if you don't know.Are you connected to the town in some way,just wondering how you came to find the site.Just found this one from Calvin Arnold Mini Skirt.

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Posted by: steve johnston (10) 

Hi Jem

I'm from Aspull, Pennington Green still loads of family there, went to the Casino 77 till the end 81 with the Hindley crew, Was a founding member of Hindley Stateside Scooter Club in 78/79 ran from the Banner pub in Hindley I've still got my members badge that Nev Rigby had made! we ran a Soul night on Sunday nights for a few years, along with helping Dean McDonald & Bob Richards DJ in the celler at the Cross Keys pub in Hindley, yes you could say i have connections Mini Skirt is a full on Northern soul track way to fast for my old legs to dance to now

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Posted by: steve johnston (10) 

Jem flip the Paramounts I Won't Share Your Love over if you don't know it? great dance track.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Here it is Steve The Paramounts I Won't Share Your Love. Do know it I posted it on the 20th of March,it is a great sound.If you want to post your choice in the form of a link like I've done here,you can follow how to do it which I wrote for pisolivadi last week.You will make mistakes at first but I will help you all I can,that's if you want to.Here is one that's a bit slower for my old legs.The B side of loving good feeling (that's also a great sound well I think so)The Lollipops Step Aside Baby.Hope to catch you later.

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Posted by: steve johnston (10) 

Jem this is the flip side to "i won't share your love" The girl with the big black boots

Calvin Arnold
Satisfy my woman

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Steve see you've cracked the link thingy mi jig well done.Going to listen to the tracks you posted in a minute,I posted Laura Lee's To Win your Heart on Ric Tic some time back.It's to the tune of Festival time,just found this .But no one seems to know who is singing it,also to the tune of Festival Time so its ? with Where Gonna Party.
Frank Wilson and The Miracles Til You Where Gone.
Great tracks Steve.This was released by motown as Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell in 1969 but Tammi was suffering from a brain tumor and was unable to record.It was Valerie Simpson who stepped in,released to help pay for the treatment.The rest is history.Marvin Gaye And Tammi Terrell
This Poor Heart Of Mine.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Larry Atkins Lighten Up Baby.
George Lemons Fascinating Girl.
Bunny Sigler Can You Dig It.

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Posted by: steve johnston (10) 

Larry Atkins & George Lemons are right up my street good call Jem

Clydie King Soft & gentle ways

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Bunny Sigler

Tossin and Turnin

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Great tune Steve, pisolivadi your tune is'nt working for some reason, Lorraine Chandler I Can't hold on.
Rose Brooks
I'm Moanin. Nolan Porter Oh Baby.

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Posted by: steve johnston (10) 

Jem are you a mind reader? i've put Rose Brooks in my play box for Saturday night at the Stute, it took me years to find a EX+ copy.

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Posted by: steve johnston (10) 

Not showboating just to give you an idea of the tracks i'll take to play in the warm up spot at the Stute.
Del Counts "with another guy"
Traits "some day some way"
Emanuel Laskey "sweet lies"
Earles Inc "just an illusion"
Rose Brooks "i'm moanin"
Lewis Clark "if you ever ever leave me"
Spidells "pushed out of the picture"
Shufflers "always be mine"
Bobbie Smith "walk on into my heart"
Dramatics "all because of you"
Determinations "bing bong"
Sheila Ferguson "and in return"
Jelly Beans "i'm hip to you"
Sapphires "evil one"
Commands "no time for you"
Commands "don't be afraid to love me"
Clydie King "soft & gentle ways"
Marion Stewart "i must be losing you"
Calvin Williams "lonely you'll be"
Major Lance "without a dout"
Connie Austin "she made a mistake"
Deena Johnson "the breaking point"
Strangers "night winds"
Poets "i've got two hearts"
Dream Merchants "stop youre breaking my heart"
Sterling Magee "keep on"
Lou Roberts "you fooled me"
Admirations "don't leave me"
Young Hearts "i've got love for my baby"
George Wydell "from out of nowhere"
Robert Parker "caught you in a lie"
Kelly Brothers "crying days are over"
Topics "women's liberation"
Singing Swinging Counts "along the way"
Lovettes "little miss soul"
Jets "everthing i do"
Sammy Sevens "everbody crossfire"
Mary Love "lay this burrden down"
Dreams "jessie james"
Tony Middleton "paris blues"
Young Folk "lonely girl"
R Tenard "you made me cry"
Quotations "i don't have to worry"
Bernie Moore "i wanna be loved to death"
Troy Dodds "try my love"
Porgy & the monarchs "think twice before you walk away"
Sweet Breeze "good thing"
Marvin L Sims "get of my back"
Royal Esquires "ain't gonna run"

Best thing about starting a night of is knowing nobody as played anything in your play box

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Great looking set there Steve,you have a collection to be envious of.Not got a lot of time to have good look at the list this morning,but I will tonight.See the Kelly brothers there I only posted that one a few days ago,but un like yourself I don't own records.Not got the cash for that,like I've said before for me to hear the music is good enough in any format.Catch you later.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

By the crin, Steve, that's some warm-up. Good lad.
Jem , I remember buyin'that Nolan Porter LP from Roy Hursts on its release. There's agreat track on there called ''If I could only be sure'', not Northern as such , but, soul as deep as you like and then some....

Here's couple, nowt to do with NF Porter, just brill.

Billy Robinson and The Miracles:

Going to a Go Go

And, the guy Viagra should use in its adverts, James Fountain:

Seven Day Lover

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Apropos, nowt, here's three:
Joy Lovejoy
In Orbit

Don Covay
Its better to have

Johnnie Copeland

Sufferin City

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

pisolivadi I've posted that Nolan Porter If I Could only Be Sure.Love it don't care what label people put on it.You've got great taste in my book.Steve going to have a gander at that list now.Some great tunes there Steve,I've posted some so yet again great taste there.There in for a good night in the Stute Soul club. Capitals I Can't Deny I Love You. Diplomats Honest To Goodness.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Steve I love this one from your play list more of these please, The Lovettes
Little Miss Soul.
The Dynamics You Make Me feel So Good.
GiGi And The Charmains I Idolise You.

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Posted by: steve johnston (10) 

Thanks for your kind words Jem & Pisolivadi I do not have the cash to buy the records in my play dox thats for sure

Tracks like the Jets are in my price range & a fantastic dance record at that. I don't buy to play out or DJ with, i buy to collect & i have to like a track to buy it!

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Look further down the page I don't know what I've done here Ha



valerie Lamar


Gotta Get Away.


Rick Lovejoy Don't Leave Me Behind.


Some blue eyed soul frow Evie Sands Great Voice.


Take Me For A Little While.


And Again Evie Sands


You've Got Me Uptight.

Mr Soul

What Happened To Yesterday.



Two from William Bell Don't Stop Now.

William Bell It's Happening All Over.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Tammy Montgomaery early Tammi Terrell If You Don't Think.
Bobby Byrd
I Found Out.
Jimmy Burns
You Gonna Miss Me Baby When I'm Gone.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Psychedelic Soul
Saxie Russell.

I prefer the vocal version of this next one but Lonnie Mac's guitar is mean and makes up for it. Sound like somebody's clogg-dancin' all way through, too. Can't find the vocal version on YT.
James Brown and The Famous Flames.
Stone Fox

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Hiya Jem ' who was it did a more uptempo version of Gonna Give Her all the Love I got?... 4 Tops?

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Awreet pisolivadi Jimmy Ruffin Gonna Give Her All The Love I Got. and The Temptations Gonna Give Her All The Love I Got. Also R Dean Taylor did a version,but I'm not keen on that one.Here's Marvin Gaye with his version of No Time For Tears.I love the Marvelettes version,Marvin Gaye just gives you a different sound to this great song.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Jeanett Williams
Something's Got A Hold On Me. The title of this next one fits in nicely with the last artist.
Wade Flemons
Jeanett.
Jackie Lee
Trust Me.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Used to love this next one, but 35 years after I last heard it, I'm not so sure. It'll always remind me of a fantastic dancer who was at the Cas on Sunday nights. A kid from Golborne , I think, always got up for this. He had a really fit sister.
I hope he's still dancin' and she's the same. This one's for them, wherever they may be.

The Shakers
One Wonderful Moment

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown I think this is a cracker from Brenda Holloway
I'm On The Right Track.
Stevie Wonder
I Hear A Symphony.
Martha Reeves And The Vandellas
Too Far.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Beachcomber 1970
Whenever this first song comes on t'radio, it reminds me of Ste W sayin: ' Jem Glover knows every word to that Band of Gold.
' Well... I do too.'
Noyw tha doesn't. Go on then . I bet thi.
Freda
band of gold

Mr Bloe

groovin with mr blow

Earl
6 x 6

If someone forced me to do a motown top five, this would have to be in it. That intro is a tight as coat of varnish.: them gorgeous Vandellas
heatwave

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

That'll be Pickle,I'm in denial about band of gold.The Beachcomber was where I first got into this music (1969),but all that's left are the dreams I own Ha.
Candy And The Kisses
Are You Trying To Get Rid Of Me Baby.
Billy Butler
Burning Touch Of Love.
Fred Hughes
Don't Let This Happen To Us.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

You're reet Jem , Pickle it is.
A hat-trick for Jnr Walker
I ain't goin' nowhere
Roadrunner
What does it take

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Jackie Day
Naughty Boy.
The Ambers
I Love You BABY.
The Impressions
You Ought To Be In Heaven.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

That sax in 'You ought to be in Heaven' is a bit special, eh.
I remember rushing home with the single, then ruining it with a crappy stylus on a old turntable. 2nd time I played it, just sounded like a wireless not tuned to t'station.

The brass section on this next one's pretty neat as well.

Show Me
Joe Tex

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Great sax sounds in that Impressions track pisolivadi ,Curtis Mayfeild also a bit special. Motown Marvin Gaye
Without Your Sweet Lovin.
The Vows
Tell Me.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Mary Wells
Use Your Head.
Lida Jones
Fugitive From Love.
The Fabulettes
Screaming And Shouting.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

hung up on you're love
montclairs.
Bought this single in Rumbellows, downstairs where the booths were (on an English label,I think )and was as bit crestfallen when the salesman didn't like it. ha, sod him.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Nice One pisolivadi enjoy your bike ride on Saturday. Motown The Supremes
Mother Dear.
Marvin Gaye
That's The Way Love Is.
Jimmy Ruffin
How Can I Say I'm Sorry.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Fantastic track thatfrom Marvin Gaye. Not heard it for yonks ; some riffs reminiscent of 'IHITTG', must be about '69 I guess.
I'll fight me saddle sores and am lookin' forward to the bike ride and the ten pubs.
Pity I've got to go a wedding reception straight after..... What's the bettin' I'll be in lumber.
Hey ho, who's worried.. on Okeh from 1926: Bertha 'Chippy' Hill.
Trouble in Mind

{ sorry jem! enjoy the w/end)

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Not Heard that one in yonks either,am sticking to Motown for now this is a cover of a Supreames song.The Isley Brothers
Stop In The Name Of Love.
The Supremes
Who Could Ever Doubt My Love.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Motown's always ok in my book.
The Tempts:
Ain't too proud to beg
Isleys
tmtijarb
Contours
first I look at the purse

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Hattie Littles
I Wish You Were Here.
Nancy Butts
I Want To Hold Your Hand.
The O'Jays
Hold On.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Marvin Gaye
Sweeter As The Day Goes By.
Martha Reeves And The Vandellas
I Will Follow You.
Smokey Robinson And The Miracles
This Love Will Never Die.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

From The Highland Room
Cool Off
Detroit Executives

From The Monaco
Barefootin'
Robert Parker

From Hindley Green Social Club ''Teen-a go-go'
Thats the Way Love Is
Marvin Gaye

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

pisolivadi see you had a good day on the bike ride,but your not so good at riding one eta.Bet it hurt when you fell off,well I felt something just watching the vid.
Linda Jones
I Can't Stop Loving My Baby.
James Emanuel Lasky
More Love(Where This Came From.
Volumes
Aiin't Gonna Give You Up.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Hey Up Jem , Maybe I've forgotten, but I don't recall the name James Emanuel Lasky, That's a great track you posted -- a bit reminiscent of the Tempts I wish it would rain, maybe-- and the lad JEL has a great voice. I listened a couple of his others on youtube. He should lead a band called the Detroit Belters.
Gravel rash knee and slightly chipped elbow from the bike ride should look tremendous on the beach at Pisolivadi this weekend.
Speakin of good voices, this mon's not bad:
I can't stand to go on without you Early Drifters

and niether's this, Garnett Mimms:
Cry Baby

..and when I saw that title Ain't gonna give you up I thought of this:
Never gonna...
Jerry Butler

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Glad you liked the Emanuel Lasky track ,I think he had a great voice.Posted some others of his,maybe in December.
Motown Martha Reeves
Miss Lonely Hearts.
Marvin Gaye
Try My True Love.
The Four Tops
No Good Without You Baby.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

What would ya give to dance like the lads in The Profiles Vid? Thanks jem. An absolute treat.

Two more Highlad Roomers;

Larry Saunders On The Real Side
Denise Lasalle Do Me Right

Sithee in a fortnit. I'm tekkin t'mandolin to play this next one on t'beach. Even got a shirt like the one he's wearin' in Ian Levine's film.

Frank the Man. Do I...

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

pisolivadi it's awreet for some,I'll be thinking about ya while I'm on mi machine and as Tammy Wayne sings here
Have A Good Time.

Replied: 9th Jun 2011 at 21:20

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Bobby Kline
Say Something Nice To Me.
Matt Brown
Thank You Baby.
Maxine Brown
Gotta Find A way.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown The Temptations
War.
Marv Johnson
S.O.S. Girl In Distress.
The Supremes
Some Things You Never Get Use To.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Robert Dobyne
All I Need Is A Chance.This is also a Motown track.
Jo Armstead
There's Not To Many More Left Like Him.
Walter Jackson
One Heart Lonely.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

John Wesley
Love Is Such A Funny Thing.
Devonnes
Gettin Up.
The Kittens
Its Gotta Be Love.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown
The Originals
Why When Your Love Is Gone.
Marvin Gaye
A Channce With You.
The Contours
Determination.

Replied: 18th Jun 2011 at 07:03
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Moses Smith
Come On Let Me Love You.
Mighty Joe Young
Sufering Soul.
Z Z Hill
Gimme Gimme.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Moses Dillard
I'll Pay The Price.
Here's a cover of a Betty Lavette song.Done by a newish band who I've posted in the past. Sharon Jones And The Dap Kings.
I Just Dropped In To See What Condition My Condition Is In.
George Byrd
I'm Available.

Replied: 20th Jun 2011 at 20:26
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown
Carolyn Crawford
Too Young Too Long.
Martha Reeves And The Vandellas with a cover of The Jackson Five's

I Want You Back.
The Supremes With There Version of
Heatwave.

Replied: 22nd Jun 2011 at 05:04
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Monique
If You Love Me.(Show Me)
Pattie Stokes
Good Girl.
Sharon Scott
Don't Wait To Long.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown Jackson Five
You've Changed.
Smokey Robinson And The Miracles with one of Major Lace's songs.Penned by Curtis Mayfield.
Monkey Time.
The Four Tops with a version of Al Kents Ric Tic song.
Where Do I Go From Here.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Delreys Incorporated
Destination Unknown,
Billy Butler
I've Got A Feeling Your Gonna be Sorry.
The Lovettes
I Need A Guy.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Carl Carlton
I Can Feel It.
Jimmy Burns
You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone.
Eddie Parker
Body Chains.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Chris Bartley
The Sweetest Thing This Side Of Heaven.
Brian Holland
I'm So Glad.
The Stoppers
Come Back Baby.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Hey Up Jem.
I'm back in support. Great work while I've been on me jollies. Hope its all good with you and yours.
The Poets:
she blew agood thing
Temptations
The way you do the things you do
Betty Wright
Clean Up Woman

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Aw reet pisolivadi,everybody's good at this end thanks.Take it you had a good trip and holiday.
Motown
The Fantastic Four.
If This World Were Mine.
Edwin Starr
He Who Picks A Rose.
The Temptations
Everybody Needs Love.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Majicians
Is It All Gone.
Garnet Mimms
Prove It To Me.
The Mirettes
Now That I've Found You Baby.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Derek Martin
Flashback.
Richard Coombs
Tammie.
Rotations
I Can't Find Her.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Stand by Me
Posted this by Spyder Turner, at the behest of an old Swan & Railway and Clarence drinker, who resides in Brisbane, Jem; stayin' at mine for a holiday right now- Tony May from Bicky. He hopes you remember him and he sends his best.
Great version of the song, btw.

Another of Tony's: Voices of East Harlem
I'm Cashin' In

And my choice of the day, thumping bass and brass to start the night:: Doni Burdick
Bari Track

Replied: 8th Jul 2011 at 16:37
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Remember Tony May awreet,waved him off on Newquay bus station 1976.It will be 35 years ago this next month,as he got that fiver I lent him.With inflayshun and all that it must be worth about 30 quid now Ha.Did he go into teaching over there in Aussi,does he talk with a funny twang now?.Tell him am letting him off wi that fiver come thirty quid,and that I hope he's doing awreet.Some Motown
Smokey Robinson and the Miricals
I Gotta Dance Too Keep Me From crying.
The Tops
Sweeter As The Days Go By.
Jimmy Ruffin
Don't Let Him Take Your Love From Me.
The Elgins with another version of this one.
No Time For Tears.
Mi two Grandsons stayed over last night and are gettin up now so will have to shoot off for now,catch you later.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

His memory's not all it should be Jem. He says what fiver? Funny that thing about wavin' him off on buses.
Once said to me after Monday at t' Monac, 'have you any change billy, I don't want to break into this 10 bob note for me busfare back to bicky.'
Booket T & the MG's musta knew him too.
TM is tight

Replied: 9th Jul 2011 at 11:47
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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

I take it back, he just bought mt a chinky.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Nice one Tony,I tend to like all them starter bit's(picky) things more than the main meals.Love to go to the buffy for them type of things.
Major Lance
Sweet Music.
Jimmy Soul Clarke
I'll Be Your Champion-Winner.
Marshall And The Chi-lites
Pretty Girl.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Holloway sisters,first younger sister Patrice with
That's All You Gotta Do.
And Brenda with one you may know by Yvonne Baker
You Did'nt Say A Word.
Brenda again this time with one that you may know by Larry Saunders.
On The Real Side.

Replied: 10th Jul 2011 at 21:28
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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Viki Adams
I'm Drowning.
Derek Martin
Baby What Changed Your Mind.
Betty Harris
I'm Evil Tonight.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown The Supremes

He's My Sunny Boy.
Martha Reeves And The Vandellas
What Am I Gonna Do Without Your Love.
The Miracles with Claudette Robinson On Lead
Mr Misery.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

chiffonsSweet talkin' guy
And what about this, written by the great man, sung by The Fascinations
Girls are out to get you

A Puffers/Pemps classic. Reminds me of Andy Peebles' Soul Train on Picadilly Radio, too.
The Impressions.
First Impressions

Billy and The Temperamentals will be covering this one in the Royal Oak, Standishgate this Sunday, 5pm 17th July.......
Wilson Pickett
634-5789

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Wilson Pickett
I'm Gonna Cry (Baby).
Roger Collins
She's Looking Good.
Jackie Edwards
Come Back Girl.
Looks like a good night in the Royal Oak pisolivadi.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

You goin t'show your face Jem, sunday?

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

You never know B I may shock you one of these days,you may not recognize mi though.You know I've no hair these day's,but I may put mi best wig on Ha.Then I wear glasses and the hearing aid and false teeth,now a days there's more going on the bed side table than what's getting into bed Ha (only joking I think)We will see.
Motown

The Temptations


Now That You've Won Me.

Brenda Holloway
Who's Loving You.

The Supremes
Those DJ Shows.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

More Motown
The Temptations
Don't Let Him Take Your Love From Me.
Marvin Gaye And Tammi Terrell
We'll Be Satisfied.
The Supremes
Take Me Where You Go.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Gene Chandler
I Won't Need You.
Jackie Wilson
The Fairest Of Them All.
James And Bobby Purify
Wish You Didn't Have To Go.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown
Tammi Terrell with a version of
My Heart.
Jackson 5
Who's Loving You.
The Temptations
Two sides To Love.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

The Tangeers
This Empty Place.
Lillie Bryant
Meet Me Halfway.
The Dramatics
All Because Of You.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Baby Washington
Just Can't Get You Of My Mind.
Ty Karim To the same tune as Someone Somewhere Needs You.
Darrell Banks or Ike and Tina Turner.
Lighten Up Baby'
Tate
Love Shop.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown
Marvin Gaye
Got To Be Love,
Gladys Knight And The Pips
Everybody Needs Love.
Carolyn Crawford
Until You Came Along.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Awreet Jem, Tony's gone wom.
Homer Banks
60 minutes

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Awreet pisolivadi and goodbye Tony,some R&B with these three.
Shirley And Jessie
You Can't Fight Love.
Mitty Collier
Git Out.
Della Reese
I got the Blues.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Bob And Earl
Your Time Is Mine.
Shirley Mathews to the choon of My Little Girl.
My Sugar Baby.
This one is an Eddie Floyd song with the word girl changed to Man for the lady singing this Esther Phillips great version though I think
I've Never Found Me A Man.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

I'm sure, somewhere, I've got a really good Al Green version of ''Aint never found me a girl''. Maybe be an album track, or an old import single on Hi Records or a B side on London; can't turn it up on You Tube anyway.

How unlucky's Donald Height?
365 days

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Here it is pisolivadi the Al Green virsion,it was Eddie Floyd who co wrote it.Posted it early on at the start of it all so not posting it again,but I think it's the best version.
I've Never Found A Girl.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown
The Marvelettes
Poor Little Rich Girl.
Marvin Gaye
You.
Martha Reeves And The Vandellas
Since You've Been Gone (Sweet Sweet Baby).

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Thanks for diggin up the Al Green track Jem
Was out wi Tez last neet, btw.

Another all-time fave Judy Clay and William Bell Private Number

Replied: 26th Jul 2011 at 21:06

Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

I see Tez now and again,but not seen him for a few months.do you know when a record sometimes takes you to a place from years ago when you hear it.This one takes me into the Bird'th Hand Hindley 1970 71 it was on the juke box.You could get a pass out at the Monoc,so we would go to the Bird and put this on.Loved it at that time, still do.
Frankie Valli
You're Ready Now.
The Adventures

Take It Easy Baby.
The Jades
Lucky Fellow.

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Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Speakin' of Hindley,.... On the Adventures Take it easy baby video at 54 seconds the dancer in a pink vest, I'm sure is Tom Mercer. He was landlord at the Hare and Hounds in Ladies Lane briefly a year or two back when Allgates first got it.

Here's a song with stupid lyrics; difficult to imagine why someone would sit down and write that Billy Stewart
A fat boy can cry


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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Got that on a CD The Chess Story (Billy Stewart).Mi daughter and her mates would have a good laugh at that one when it came on in the car,when I took them to Wigan a few years back now.
Motown
First big hit for Motown 1959 by Barrett Strong done here by
The Supremes
Money (Thats What I Wan't)
Four Tops
Don't Let Him Take Your Love From Me.
Marvin Gaye
Lonely Lover.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Barbara West
Congratulations Baby.
Patti Austin
Take Your Time.
Freddy Butler
They Say I'm Afraid.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Ketty Lester
West Coast.
Gladys
Love.
Bobby Freeman
Fever.

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Posted by: jem glover (1934) 

Motown
Bobby Taylor And The Vancouvers With there cover of a Temptations's classic
It's Growing.
The Undisputed Truth With an other Temptations cover.
The Girls Alright With Me.
Marvin Gaye And Tammi Terrell
More More More.

Replied: 31st Jul 2011 at 06:44
Last edited by jem glover: 31st Jul 2011 at 07:06:43

Posted by: pisolivadi (1812) 

Jem , hear you got a star mention on Smooth FM yesterday; that right? Fame , eh....

You got to pay the price

Replied: 31st Jul 2011 at 12:29
Last edited by pisolivadi: 31st Jul 2011 at 12:33:01

Posted by: jem glover (1934)