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Thanks for checking the blog out... Hope it offers something a bit different every now & again. Though I come from a pseudo - Mod background (Soul & Ska in particular), I have a diverse taste in music & hope my varied posts will reflect this.
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Manchester M22, September 2016
For my kids, Dylan & Tommy. Bollocks to the ex Mrs!
Special thanks to Steve White (software), Gordon Waring (music), Shaun Robinson (artwork), Paul Buddery (DVD's / software) & Sonchey Barrett (essential technical advice!).
"Thank you" also to regular contributors Herr Pauli (Malente, Germany), Phil (Shetland), Deco Mc Dermott & Mark Pengelly of Dublin, Martin Smith (Barnet), Paul Baily (London) and Rodd (Australia).
Thursday, 8 September 2016
One of my all time Tamla Motown faves courtesy of the fantastic Ms Weston, with the late, great James Jamerson on his Fender Precision. I had the privilege of seeing her live @ Blackpool Football Club & heard this classic live !! Ner ner nene ner ner !
The Action (see previous post) did a decent version of this too.......
Just about every 1960s Blues band played this Elmore James classic, but apart from Peter Green's version with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, in my opinion this is the best version by a UK group.
Sheer genius proto Punk from the United States... Flame Up the Herb, Woof Down the Beer.
Posted by Skamanc at 09:54
The enduring genius that is Howard Devoto in The'cocks & then Magazine. Great footage from Manchester's Granada TV, 1st shown 1978. Apologies for the scary pic of Mick Hucknall on the vid title frame (above). Had I been a bouncer at Belle Vue then he wouldn;t have been able to have gone on to create such atrocious muzak.
Well... we always knew it as & called it "Soul Time"......