Author Topic: Crawdaddy! with guest DJ Terry 'Record Corner' Davis - Friday 16 February  (Read 275 times)

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The third Friday of every month Gary, Lucienne and Danny, plus special guests, play the finest northern soul, mod, Motown, vintage R&B, Two Tone, ska and rocksteady, all on vinyl.

Now in our 8th year.

Making his debut behind the Crawdaddy! decks this month is guest DJ Terry 'Record Corner' Davis.

https://www.facebook.com/events/157868088164501/

A longtime regular on the Crawdaddy! dancefloor, Terry started collecting records in the mid 60s and started DJing in 1969. Read more about Terry below.

The Fiddler's Elbow
1 Malden Road
London
NW5 3HS

9pm - 2am

Entry 4


Crawdaddy! promo video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2aFqsBBvC8k

Just 5 minutes walk from Chalk Farm tube/Camden Market.

Five minutes from Kentish Town West overground.

Bus: No 24.

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Terry 'Record Corner' Davis

A longtime regular on the Crawdaddy! dancefloor, Terry started collecting records in the mid 60s and started DJing in 1969.

In 1972, he was resident DJ at the Wheatsheaf on the Kings Road two nights a week - mixing the new soul releases of the day with funk, deep soul, Motown & northern soul.

While at the Wheatsheaf, he would also DJ the 100 Club, supporting soul acts such as Jackie Wilson, Betty Wright, Major Lance and JJ Barnes.

Among other things on his glittering CV, Terry started a 60s soul revival night at the Prince of Wales Hammermsith in 1978 and, during the 80s, he co-promoted & DJed monthly sixties/northern nights in Clapham Junction with Ian Clark (Function At The Junction).

And if that wasn't enough for you, Terry has been a writer for Black Echoes magazine, a DJ and broadcaster on such stations as JFM & Solar Radio, and for over 30 years he worked at South London's mighty Record Corner shop.

To give you an idea of what to expect, here are Terry's Top 10 45s.

Johnnie Sayles Can't Get Enough (St Lawrence)
Vibrations Cause You're Mine (Epic)
Major Lance You Don't Want Me No More (Okeh)
Wade Flemmons Jeanette (Ramsel)
Denise Keeble Before It Falls Apart - (Pelican)
Chubby Checker You Just Don't Know (Cameo)
The Originals Suspicion - (Motown)
The Younghearts A Little Togetherness (ZEA/Canterbury)
Frankie Beverley If That's What You Wanted - (Sassy/Gamble)
Eddie Parker Im Gone (Awake)