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big d

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Re: Club Playlists.
« Reply #20 on: October 26, 2013, 09:34:58 PM »
Excellent set. Every one a cracker.

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Re: Club Playlists.
« Reply #21 on: November 02, 2013, 05:30:52 PM »
My set from the pelican R&B club reunion last Saturday:
I don't wanta - June Bateman (Clamike)
I'm gonna try - Carol Fran (Port)
Don't let your eyes get bigger than your heart - Silvia Robbins (Sue)
Darlin' I'll forgive you - Lillian Offitt (Excello)
Have love will travel - Richard Berry (Flip)
I'm shakin' - Little Willie John (King)
A woman made trouble - Duffy Power (Parlophone)
Somewhere down the line - Little Johnny Taylor (Galaxy)
Timbuctu - Billy Duke (20th. Fox Demo)
Daddy Rollin' stone - Derek Martin (Sue UK)
Misery - The Dynamics (London)
ABC, 123 - The Tokens (RCA Victor)
Across the street - Lenny O'Henry (ATCO Demo)
Gonna hang me up a sign - Brother Jack McDuff ( Atlantic US)
Comin' home baby - Sergio Mendes ( Atlantic US)
Return of the prodigal son - Freddie Hubbard (Atlantic US)
Oh yeah - Joe Cuba Sextet (Tico Demo)
Gypsy woman - Joe Bataan ( Fania)
Get the money - Mongo Santamaria (Battle)
That's my girl - Dee Clark (Constellation Demo)
This diamond ring - Sammy Ambrose (Musicor)
Uptight - Nancy Wilson ( Capitol)
How high can you fly - Willie Small (Jessica)
98 cents + tax - Detroit City Limits (Okeh Demo)
Pass the hatchet (PT. 1) - Roger & The Gypsies (7B)
Keep looking - Solomon Burke (Atlantic US)
Gimme, gimme some shade - The Untamed (Planet)

Great set!

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Re: Club Playlists.
« Reply #22 on: November 03, 2013, 06:45:41 AM »
Nice one Smiler & Razors, great stuff.

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Re: Club Playlists.
« Reply #23 on: November 12, 2013, 01:26:18 PM »
Thank you all for the praise.
Stylistically, they drew inspiration from the sleek, sharp and minimal suit favoured by the avant-garde musicians of the East Coast jazz movement. Philosophically, early Mods saw themselves as ‘citizens of the world’, a world in which it only mattered where you were going, not where you came from

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« Reply #24 on: November 29, 2013, 12:29:51 PM »
PLAYLIST FROM ‘HOW MODS GOT THE BLUES’ CD LAUNCH
ALLEYCAT, DENMARK ST, LONDON NOVEMBER 28TH 2013
SET 1
1.   THE GREATEST LOVER IN THE WORLD – BO DIDDLEY (PYE INT. EP)
2.   SHE’S MINE – JOHN LEE HOOKER (STATESIDE EP)
3.   BRING IT TO JEROME – DAVID JOHN & THE MOOD (PARLOPHONE)
4.   BACK DOOR MAN – THE MULESKINNERS (FONTANA)
5.   I GOT LOVE IF YOU WANT IT – SLIM HARPO (STATESIDE)
6.   MISERY – THE DYNAMICS (LONDON)
7.   I’M THE FACE – THE HIGH NUMBERS (FONTANA)
8.   SHAKE YOUR MONEYMAKER – ELMORE JAMES (FIRE)
9.   UP THE LINE – LITTLE WALTER (CHECKER)
10.   ONE WAY OUT – SONNY BOY WILLIAMSON (CHESS EP)
11.   I’VE GOT A WOMAN – FREDDY KING (FEDERAL)
12.   I’M GONNA TELL YOUR MOTHER – JIMMY McCRACKLIN (R&B)
13.   BUZZ WITH THE FUZZ – CHRIS FARLOWE (COLUMBIA DEMO)
SET 2
1.   CHECKIN’ UP ON MY BABY – SONNY BOY WILLIAMSON (CHESS EP)
2.   I’M SHAKIN’ – LITTLE WILLIE JOHN (KING)
3.   BAD BOY – LARRY WILLIAMS (LONDON)
4.   THE WHIP – ALEXANDER JACKSON (UK SUE)
5.   I DON’T PLAY – LITTLE WALTER (CHECKER)
6.   PARCHMAN FARM – JOHN MAYALL’S BLUESBREAKERS (DECCA)
7.   300 POUNDS IF JOY – HOWLIN’ WOLF (CHESS EP)
8.   SHAKE YOUR HIPS – SLIM HARPO (STATESIDE DEMO)
9.   KEEP ME COVERED – THE FRAYS (DECCA DEMO)
10.   YOU GOTTA SHAKE IT UP AND GO – JOHN LEE HOOKER (GALAXY)
11.   YOU CAN’T HIDE – LULA REED & FREDDY KING
12.   LEAVING HERE – THE BIRDS (DECCA)
13.   WE’RE GONNA GET MARRIED – BO DIDDLEY (CHESS DEMO)

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Re: Club Playlists.
« Reply #25 on: November 29, 2013, 02:16:47 PM »
Great set Smiler. I like the way you've mixed in a few relevant UK tracks in there.
Misery followed by I'm the face, Class!!
Stylistically, they drew inspiration from the sleek, sharp and minimal suit favoured by the avant-garde musicians of the East Coast jazz movement. Philosophically, early Mods saw themselves as ‘citizens of the world’, a world in which it only mattered where you were going, not where you came from

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« Reply #26 on: November 30, 2013, 10:09:27 AM »
 Thank you for a great night.Top sets from you and Dave.Margaret said that the best night for the music since the old days(she's had had the blues ever since she married me!)I think Glyn seemed well happy to.More of the same please.See you soon

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Re: Club Playlists.
« Reply #27 on: November 30, 2013, 08:46:34 PM »
Yet to find a blues track that tops I Don't Play - Little Walter. Sets the floor alight.  8)

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Re: Club Playlists.
« Reply #28 on: December 01, 2013, 10:38:53 AM »
Here a real nice R&B set:

Sarah Vaughan - Mama (Roulette 45)
McKinley Mitchell - Rock Everybody Rock (Boxer 45)
Inuz Moore - If Ain't One Thing It's Another (Gardin 45)
Pearl Woods - Slippin Sorrow (Span 45)
Jessie Mae - Don't Freeze On Me (DRA 45)
Aretha Franklin - Rough Lover (Columbia 45)
Eddie Bo - Tell It Like This (Ric 45)
Little Willie John - Little Bit Of Loving (King 45)
Tina Marvel and Group - Promises You Made To Me (Lu-Pine 45)
Johnny Cool - Love Bounce (Custum 45)
Screaming Joe Neal - She's My Baby (Emerge 45)
Gene Burks - Monkey Man (Arock 45)
Leonard King And The Soul Messengers - The Barracuda (Inferno 45)
Gilberto Sextet - Please Don't Stop (Cotique 45)
Elliott Shavers - Soulin Back (Magnum 45)
Gunga Gin - Snake Pit (Valise 45)
Frank Frost - My Back Scratcher (Jewel 45)
Conductor - Bla Bla Cha Cha Cha (Jamie 45)
L.B. Wilson - Don't (Vivid 45)
Malcolm Dods - Can't You See (End 45)
Lillian Offitt - Miss You So (Exello 45)
Marie Knight - You Got A Way Of Makin Love (Decca 45)

And you can listen to here: http://www.funkysoultunes.de/Tunes/mix/FST-Rhythm-and-Blues-Mix.mp3


And then a monster rock steady selection from the D12:

Bobby Ellis - Step Softly
Heptones - Love Won't Come Easy
Soul Vendors - Frozen Soul
Soul Vendors - Swing Easy
Soul Vendors - Real Rock
Roy Richards & Soul Vendors - Summertime
Soul Vendors - Drum Song
Prince Jazzbo - Fool For Love
Gaylads - Africa
Fugitives - Cantelope Rock
Phil Pratt - Reach Out
Phil Pratt - Save Travel
Hemsley Morris - Little Things
Hemsley Morris - Stay Loose Mama
Hempolics - Serious Version
Glen Brown - No More Slavery
I-Roy - Blackman Time
Glen Brown - South East Rock
Hurricanes - You Can Run
Viceroys - Promises, Promises
Sound Dimension - Baby Face
Heptones - Equal Rights
Heptones - Message From A Black Man
Prince Buster - Message To The Black Man
Prince Buster All Stars - Lion Of Judah
Bobby Aitken - Thunderball
Vernon Allen - Babylon
Don Drummond - Smiling
Roland Alphonso - Cleopatra
Roland Alphonso - James Bond
Skatalites - Ringo

And you can listen to here: http://www.mixcloud.com/thedirtydozen/rise-shine-2011-promo-mix-dirty-dozen/
You know me - I'm acting dumb. You know the scene - very humdrum. Boredom.

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Little Johnny Smedley

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Re: Club Playlists.
« Reply #29 on: December 11, 2013, 09:33:48 PM »
Great! First mix is an old one from my mate sixpunk. Were doing some regular events together in the past, but sadly he's to busy nowadays.