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    Playlists

    John Paterson suggested that I post a short set on the No1 Mod DJ thread.to 'Brighton' the place up a bit. :-)   On reflection I decided to start this thread instead  for any DJs on the site to post up playlists/sets   So i'll kick off with my short…

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    162 Replies · Reply by Motown 1 hour ago

    I Was Reading This Book....

    The book thread disappeared when its owner left the site so  thought I'd start another. Haven't read any Len Deighton for a while so started again on his spy trilogy. First one is Berlin Game. Terrific, I like it better than John Le Carre.

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    282 Replies · Reply by Kai 2 hours ago

    Amazing B sides

    Over the past few years I have started to collect some fantastic vinyl 45s again. Some have been bought from car boot sales for next to nothing and others I have paid a few quid for, although to be honest I have not paid more than £12 yet. I already…

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    573 Replies · Reply by Paddy McGonigle 3 hours ago

    What I bought today...

    Just thought that I'd start this topic as nobody has [bothered?] to start it yet! I was in one of my local charity shops today and bought these women's basket-weave, tassel loafers for only $8.50 AUD! Absolutely brill, to say the least! ;-) Now I…

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    "Have you seen Diabolique frames ?. It made a big impression on me at the time but I wonder if  we were more impressionable back in the day. Worth a look if you haven't seen it Mo. (1955) "
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    John an original modernist replied to Motown's item Paul McCartney & The Occult
    "I thought I saw Paul McCartney with Elvis in Poundland a fortnignt ago. I don't think he died I think him and Elvis eloped."
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    Paddy McGonigle replied to Ian Bryden's item Playlists
    "Rhythm A Go Go Carlisle 18/4/15
    Set 3
    Mellow fellow - Etta James
    Get down with it - Bobby Marchan
    Green onions - Georgie Fame
    Over you - Arron Neville
    Work song - Tommy Hunt
    Tina's dilemma - Ike and Tina Turner
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    Ronnie replied to Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
    "Super Motown. The colour of the blazer and the shirt are great together!"
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    Paddy McGonigle replied to Ian Bryden's item Playlists
    "Rhythm A Go Go Carlisle 18/4/15
    Set 2
    Coal Miner - Nappy Brown
    Keep your big mouth shut - Bo Diddley
    Hey little woman - Sonny Til
    I got a man - The Toys
    Can't shake it - Etta James
    You just don't know - The Broadways
    Time - Edwin Starr
    7 days too lo…"
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    Paddy McGonigle replied to Ian Bryden's item Playlists
    "Rhythm A Go Go Carlisle 18/4/15
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     Come on baby - Andre Williams
    What kind of man - Ko Ko Taylor
    Hoodoo man - Rick Lancelot
    A sure case of love - Wayne Anthony
    Those DJ shows - The Supremes
    it's so hard being a loser - The Contours
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    "Haha, ok, you caught me out, Thull, I admit I do already have one or two jackets in the wardrobe...:-)"
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