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  • Sheffield, Sunday 24th, Films & Records

    Nearly forgot to mention - not only will Eine & I be introducing the excellent and under-rated 'Charlie Bubbles' at the Showroom Cinema in Sheffield on Sunday but we will be playing records afterwards as a celebration / culmination of our mini season of sixties classics. e3sa934 will be there to keep us in line and spin a few from his bottomless collection. If you have records (I know you do) come along and join us, do.
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  • #2
    Yes, please do come along!

    Does anyone want to DJ? I think there's free beer in it.

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    • #3
      I should definitely have mentioned the free beer.
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      • #4
        Agnes, are you coming over? I think part of the Snake is closed, at our end .... Do I need to offer inducements again?

        OK: ready; let's do it ...

        >>> Hobbies Of Today - RU12 EP: Unreleased South Yorkshire Post-Glam/Proto-Punk from 1977 <<<

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        • #5
          Just had the great pleasure of introducing the wonders of 'Charlie Bubbles' to a audience who mostly hadn't seen it before and, afterwards, I got to play records! I know we have a playlists section, but it seems daft to start afresh. This is what I put on --

          Ron Grainer: Murder She Says (Parlophone 45)
          Eric Winstone & His Orchestra: Dr. Who (Pye 45)
          John Barry: Goldfinger (U.A 45)
          Lord Rockingham's XI: Lady Rockingham, I Presume (Decca 45)
          Jack Good's Fat Noise: The Fat Noise (Decca 45)
          Anthony Newley: That Noise (Decca 45)
          Anthony Newley: I Saw Her Standing There (Decca LP)
          David Bowie: I Dig Everything (Pye Maxi Single)
          Cliff Richard & The Shadows: I'm The Lonely One (Columbia 45)
          Twinkle: Golden Lights (Decca 45)
          The Kinks: Sittin' On My Sofa (Pye 45)
          Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich: He's A Raver (Fontana 45)
          The Yardbirds: Over, Under, Sideways Down (Columbia 45)
          The Cryin' Shames: What's News, Pussycat (Decca 45)
          The Toggery Five: I'd Much Rather Be With The Boys (Parlophone 45)
          The Mariane: As For Marionettes (Columbia 45)
          The Fortunes: The Idol (UA 45)
          Cilla Black: I've Been Wrong Before (Parlophone 45)
          Rodney Bewes: Dear Mother Love Albert (Revolution 45)

          Thanks as always to Matt and Jon and those who attended.
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          • #6
            Yes, thanks you two, Charlie Bubbles was great! Very much recommended to any plussers who have not seen.

            Afterwards I played twice, these are roughly, but not quite, in order:

            Tsai Chin: Any Old Iron
            Bernard Cribbins: Winkle Picker Shoes
            The Pop Paraders: It'll Be Me
            Ted Heath And His Music: Hernando's Hideaway
            Woot Steenhuis: Blue Grotto
            Big Jim Sullivan: Sunshine Superman
            Johnny Keating's Kombo: Headin' North
            The Shadows: Big 'B'
            The George Mitchell Choir: The Ox Driver's Songs
            Paul Rich: Sun Arise
            The Button-Down Brass: You Only Live Twice
            Dusty Springfield: Go Ahead On
            Cherry Rowland: Boys
            Barnes/Adams: When It Comes To The Crunch (It's Smiths IT IS!)
            Laura Lee: My Boy Lollipop
            Johnny Hawkins: Boss Guitar
            The Hollyridge Strings: Taxman


            The Rolling Stones: Who's Driving Your Plane?
            The Troggs: You're Lying
            Johnny Kidd And The Pirates: I Can Tell
            Small Faces: Grow Your Own
            Dave Berry: Don't Gimme No Lip Child
            The Kinks: I'm Not Like Everybody Else
            Qualiton Sound Alike: I'm Crying
            Duffy Powers: If I Get Lucky Someday
            Manfred Mann: What You Gonna Do?
            The Shadows: The Rise And Fall Of Flingel Bunt
            Joe Loss And His Orchestra: Warpaint
            Jerry Allen: I Was A Persian Fly
            Roland Shaw And His Orchestra: Twisting With James
            Roland Shaw And His Orchestra: Let The Love Come Through
            Marilyn Lee - Careless Love
            Johnny Dankworth: Moanin'
            Los Caribos: Summertime

            All British, 1961–1967, like the films (unless I've made a mistake again...)
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            • #7
              Originally posted by eine View Post
              Yes, thanks you two, Charlie Bubbles was great! Very much recommended to any plussers who have not seen.

              Afterwards I played twice, these are roughly, but not quite, in order:

              Tsai Chin: Any Old Iron
              Bernard Cribbins: Winkle Picker Shoes
              The Pop Paraders: It'll Be Me
              Ted Heath And His Music: Hernando's Hideaway
              Woot Steenhuis: Blue Grotto
              Big Jim Sullivan: Sunshine Superman
              Johnny Keating's Kombo: Headin' North
              The Shadows: Big 'B'
              The George Mitchell Choir: The Ox Driver's Songs
              Paul Rich: Sun Arise
              The Button-Down Brass: You Only Live Twice
              Dusty Springfield: Go Ahead On
              Cherry Rowland: Boys
              Barnes/Adams: When It Comes To The Crunch (It's Smiths IT IS!)
              Laura Lee: My Boy Lollipop
              Johnny Hawkins: Boss Guitar
              The Hollyridge Strings: Taxman


              The Rolling Stones: Who's Driving Your Plane?
              The Troggs: You're Lying
              Johnny Kidd And The Pirates: I Can Tell
              Small Faces: Grow Your Own
              Dave Berry: Don't Gimme No Lip Child
              The Kinks: I'm Not Like Everybody Else
              Qualiton Sound Alike: I'm Crying
              Duffy Powers: If I Get Lucky Someday
              Manfred Mann: What You Gonna Do?
              The Shadows: The Rise And Fall Of Flingel Bunt
              Joe Loss And His Orchestra: Warpaint
              Jerry Allen: I Was A Persian Fly
              Roland Shaw And His Orchestra: Twisting With James
              Roland Shaw And His Orchestra: Let The Love Come Through
              Marilyn Lee - Careless Love
              Johnny Dankworth: Moanin'
              Los Caribos: Summertime

              All British, 1961–1967, like the films (unless I've made a mistake again...)
              I thought the Hollyridge Strings were American?



              whatever, great looking sets from you and GK.

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              • #8
                Bollocks. You're right. It was a Marble Arch press and I just didn't think. I screws it up AGAINS. Last time I played Piltdown Men or something.
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                • #9
                  Just to clarify, my Rodney Bewes record is from 1970. SMASH THE SYSTEM!

                  I'm also pretty sure Woot Steinhouse was Dutch. And Cliff Richard was born in India. Tsai Chin was born in China. And Bowie was a reissue. People don't realise just how tough it is for the DJ, the punters just happily twist away without a care in the world, occasionally stopping to shoot me a lascivious look.
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                  • #10
                    I'm away from home at present ... will update with my selections later this week!
                    OK: ready; let's do it ...

                    >>> Hobbies Of Today - RU12 EP: Unreleased South Yorkshire Post-Glam/Proto-Punk from 1977 <<<

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by e3sa934 View Post
                      Agnes, are you coming over? I think part of the Snake is closed, at our end .... Do I need to offer inducements again?
                      The Snake was indeed closed. The wall repair and roadside shrine industry must be booming along the Yorkshire Derbyshire border. I need to get across as soon as possible and relieve you of those discs.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by ginghamkitchen View Post
                        Anthony Newley: That Noise (Decca 45)
                        Anthony Newley: I Saw Her Standing There (Decca LP)
                        David Bowie: I Dig Everything (Pye Maxi Single)
                        I heartily approve of Newley and Bowie played together in close proximity. I quite often bang on about how Newley was the John the Baptist to Bowie's messiah.
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                        • #13
                          Great film, and always good to hang out with my SoYo homies eine and GK. We got a request from the crowd which we were able to satisfy, and the bar staff were observed to be jigging around to the music at one point, too.

                          My sets, all 7"ers, just a couple of reissues in there .....

                          John Barry 7: Walk don't run
                          Sandy Shaw: Tell the boys
                          Manfred Mann: If you gotta go, go now
                          Billy Fury: When will you say I love you
                          John Leyton: Johnny remember me
                          Mannish Boys: I pity the fool (re)
                          Whistling Jack Smith: British grin and bear it
                          Anita Harris: Eleanor Rigby
                          Beatles: Flying
                          Cilla Black: For no-one
                          John Gann Singers: Instant Happy
                          Rolling Stones: Stoned
                          Sandy Shaw: Girl don't come
                          Sounds Orchestral: Cast your fate to the winds
                          Petula Clark: My love
                          The Paramounts: I feel good all over

                          Simon Dupree: Like the sun, like the fire
                          Made in Sheffield: Right satisfied
                          The Sheffields: Hey lover boy
                          Pink Floyd: Candy and a current bun
                          Dantalian's Chariot: Madman running through the fields
                          The Move: I can hear the grass grow
                          Yardbirds: Evil hearted you
                          The Rockin' Vickers: I don't need your kind
                          Tintern Abbey: Vacuum cleaner (re)
                          Small Faces: My mind's eye
                          The Idle Race: Impostors of life's magazine
                          Pink Floyd: See Emily play
                          Yardbirds: Happenings ten years time ago
                          Blossom Toes: Mrs Murphy's budgerigar
                          Manfred Mann: My generation
                          OK: ready; let's do it ...

                          >>> Hobbies Of Today - RU12 EP: Unreleased South Yorkshire Post-Glam/Proto-Punk from 1977 <<<

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