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    Brillo Playlist Nov 2004

    A good turnout this month, considering that the OctoberÂ’s delayed Brillo was delayed and seemed like only yesterday, and that this coming Saturday is the special, Best of Brillo one-off spectacular.

    International special guests stars this month were Pokester, Hot Sauce and Lee Majors. Nice to see them to see them nice. So without further ado:

    Rich Hero & MarkÂ’s gay tag team special

    Brillo promotional Flexidisc
    Barrabas – Safari
    Best of Both Worlds – Invisible Flowers
    Thr Jagcrrz (?) – The Rapper
    Cheyenne’s Coming – Come Back To Me
    Bob Downes – Don’t Let Tomorrow Get You Down
    George Baker Selection – I Wanna Love You
    Hog Heaven – Theme From a Thought
    The Foundations – Am I Groovin’ You?
    Rocks – Ride The Pocket Pt1
    Jou Cogra – Darkness
    The Revells – Indian Ropeman
    Electric & Acoustic Sound – Melting Pot
    Symtec & Wylie – Everybody’s Got a Part to Play
    The Lola’s – All I Can
    Greg Segura – Safari
    Yan Tregger – Freely Story
    Roberto Carlos – E Proibido Fumarcm
    Roberto Carlos – Topos Estan Sordoslm
    Roberto Carlos – No Adelanta Nada
    Roberto Carlos – Nao Ha Dinheiro Que Paguelm

    Fryer

    Soft Touch  - Plenty Action
    Wonder Woman radio spot
    Ostari Njengi – V-DO-TO pt2
    Rhetta Hughes – Light My Fire
    Randy Carlos – Satellite USA
    Yambu – Sunny
    Lil Buck & Topcats – Monkey in a Sack
    Earl English – Trying To Make Ends Meet (Mid-West Funk test)
    Limp Twins – Another Day in the Life of Mr Jones (Bamboos mix)
    Groundhog – Take It All Off
    Jaylib – ICE (inst)
    The US – Procrastination (Mid-West Funk test)

    Bongolia

    The Chi-lites – Are You My Woman
    Fantastic Johnny C – Cool Down Broadway
    Undisputed Truth – California Soul
    Oh! Po-Lo – Piped Muzak No.9, The Sound of young Scotland
    The Shadows – My Babe
    Howard Beaumont – Ain’t No Sunshine
    Gabor Szabo – Sophisticated
    Young Generation – Ba Da Ba Da
    Georges Raudi – Stercok
    Tom Jones – I’m a Fool to Want You
    Wes Montgomery – Bumping On Sunset
    Grassella Oliphant – Get Out Of My Life Woman

    llmod1

    The Gentle Rain – Lonely Jelly
    Godchild – Pas Un Brin De Vent
    Roland Thyssen – Mao Et Mao
    Ted Athing – Business is Business
    Golden Horn Big Band – Hairy
    Hoctor – Theme From Black Belt Jones
    Wilson Das Neves – Pick Up The Pieces
    Gerson King Combo – Andando Nos Trilhos
    Cimarron – Hang Loose
    Vytas Brenner – Caracas Para Locos

    ...And to end, some more tracks of the Mid-West Funk test pressing courtesy of Fryer, including the fantastic version of Save Me by Wanda Davis...













         
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  • #2
    Originally posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Nick Cope @ Nov. 12 2003,16:37)] Rich Hero & MarkÂ’s gay tag team special
       

    Originally posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Brillo promotional Flexidisc
    Barrabas – Safari
    Best of Both Worlds – Invisible Flowers
    Thr Jagcrrz (?) – The Rapper
    That'll be the 'Wild Safari' and The Jaggerz.

    I also played a track of 'Sexy Slow With Cynthia' by Fausto Papetti, but I never remember its blasted name :doh:.

    Originally posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ] Bongolia

    Gabor Szabo – Sophisticated
    'Sophisticated WHEELS', Nick, 'Wheels'.

    So out of interest, who actually HAS a Moody? I know there's at least two lucky buggers in our midst - any more?!?

    You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by [b
      Quote[/b] (Nick Cope @ Nov. 12 2003,16:37)]including the fantastic version of Save Me by Wanda Davis...













           
      Now, I've listened to this a few times to try and get my head around it but, no cigarillo.

      The music is great, without question, but our Wanda is as flat as a pancake. Truly awful. I've been trying with it now for a few days (in the car an'all) but it's just getting worse. She really **can't** sing.

      Oh for Marie 'Queenie' Lyons to have been given the job.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by [b
        Quote[/b] ]So out of interest, who actually HAS a Moody? I know there's at least two lucky buggers in our midst - any more?!?
        Mr Divine has one (I know 'cos I've touched it&#33 - you'll need to get him to tell you the story about how this is actually his second copy - mind boggling!
        "..hole...road...middle thereof"

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        • #5
          Actually, it's my third... That's why I'm not letting it slip through my fingers again!
          There MUST be a Hymns-A-Swingin' in this box...

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          • #6
            Ive got a moody...and its signed by our Nick Ingman. Beat that!
            www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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            • #7
              Originally posted by [b
              Quote[/b] (Nick Cope @ Nov. 12 2003,16:37)]Vytas Brenner &amp;#8211; Caracas Para Locos













                   
              good to hear some venezuelan fusion in there nice call

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              • #8
                Originally posted by [b
                Quote[/b] (Mr Divine @ Nov. 13 2003,01:22)]Actually, it&#39;s my third...  That&#39;s why I&#39;m not letting it slip through my fingers again&#33;
                Blimey&#33; Please don&#39;t tell us you found them all for 50p each...

                   
                You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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