Watermarked image. Australia - Deram - France - Deram - Germany - Deram - India - Deram - Italy - Deram - Japan - Deram - Netherlands - Deram - Portugal - Deram - Yugoslavia - Deram - Pop-In Volume One. My psychedelic world - Records - List by Romano. Michael Earith 11th Mar Reginald Fodstain 21st Jul Bought my copy off Ebay too. Not because of Run Northern soul connections, just because it was a demo!
Decent tune. Magic Marmalade 21st Jul Oh well, guess I'll just have to accept it's one of Keep Ya Head On - Various - The Best Of House Collection Volume 2 things High In The Sky - Amen Corner - High In The Sky / Run life I'll never understand, like how Jay zed got to be so rich and successful David Beckham's hair Someone else thought the same as you Magic Marmalade, for when I chanced upon this 45 at a car boot, a female 'Northern Soulstress' who I sort of knew was the seller.
As I held it in my hand she retorted "it's not Northern! I bought it off ebay 'cos the seller said it Run Northern, but it ain't! Scratchy45 21st Jul I have no direct experience of N. I'd suggest that it was a whole movement and sub-culture rather than a musical genre, in a way that doesn't really happen now.
Almost by definition, the music had to be American and commercially unsuccessful when first released. I'd humbly Run viewing the fairly recent documentary from BBC4 if it's currently available. It may help get your head around it. Someone else who was there at the time and also a devotee might well have different advice, though. Alternatively, ask Stuart MacConie of BBC Radio 6: he's a Wiganite and the right age, and is very likely to come Run with a considered but humourous answer to the question.
I'd better not I'm not sure Supper's Ready would go down too well on the dance floor. I just want to get my head around what Northern Soul is I myself have no soul I like the music myself just relating my opinion to young Mr Marmalade in case he takes up djing! Ha ha ha I'm struggling with these definitions myself, and the only common thread I seem to detect in NS is the beat going How about The Birdie Song Keith Harris and Orville?
Help me, I don't understand it!!!! These tracks aren't that bad and it may have helped if I had read the sheet music where I would've found the first name of the compoiser.
Just to expand a bit - if you played dj either side this at a NS your set would die the death of a thousand grumpy stares. I've killed many a dance floor with random records in my time! Is the A-side composer Jonathan King? At the risk of starting an argument In that they wouldn't sound out of place next to some of the other tunes I've heard that have been described as such.
Anyone else hear that, or am I way off the mark here? If anyone has the apparently mythical Pubic Enemy - Red Alert - (Part 3) Lets Make It Happen (Acetate, LP) formula text book to hand :.
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