Monthly Archives: November 2011

Not Another Remix Of Limit To Your Love, You Say

Last week Acid Ted posted a couple of remixes of Limit To Your Love by James Blake and I commented that I had ben totally underwhelmed by what I had heard. That was until I heard today’s track but I … Continue reading

Posted in Dauwd, James Blake, Pictures | 1 Comment

Celebrate, What’s To Celebrate?

I’m off down to Luton for a few days to “celebrate success” and look to the future. The thing is I’m not really in the mood to celebrate success when I know that by the 23rd of December the office … Continue reading

Posted in another incoherent rant, Iggy Pop | 9 Comments

Good Rockin’

While looking through some vinyl yesterday I came across Good Rockin’ by Rocking Dopsie and the Cajun Twisters. I hadn’t played this album in years so put it on and was delighted to find out that it sounded as good … Continue reading

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DJ L Suggests . . .

. . .  you may like to listen to Dauwd РAcireams

Posted in Acireams | 6 Comments

When Smokey Sings

Japan, my arse! Smokey Robinson and the Miracles – I Second That Emotion

Posted in De La Soul, Smokey Robinson | 3 Comments

Friday Night Pass

It is nearly as rare as meeting a fellow blogger down in the smoke for a few pints and sorting out the whole of pop music but it has happened, me and my mate have finally been able to obtain … Continue reading

Posted in Beer, Fridays, Motorhead, sturdy girl | 11 Comments

It’s Friday . . . Let’s Dance

I’ve had a week in Scotland for a change, no stupid o’clock flight’s, long train journeys or value depreciating car journeys. Would like to say that I’m all the better for it but I feel as if I’ve been slacking … Continue reading

Posted in Dance, Fridays, House | 2 Comments

Say Something Nice To Me

¬†This popped through my door today. At last I have it on 7″. As with Saturday’s post, file under Pure Class. Bobby Kline – Say Something Nice To Me

Posted in Bobby Kline, northern soul | 5 Comments

Love Is Like An Itching In My Heart

Here is a brilliant bit of what would you say, mainstream soul, I think I will stay clear of the P word. This Holland-Dozzier-Holland composition was recorded in 1965 and released the following year when it reached number 9 in … Continue reading

Posted in soul, The Supremes | 3 Comments

My Sugar Baby

Right, let’s get back on track after yesterday’s little excursion into the universe of Dr Alex P and back to the soul and a track that I can’t believe that I haven’t posted before as it is one of my … Continue reading

Posted in Connie Clark, Frank Wilson, northern soul | 2 Comments