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    Brillo January 2004

    An excellent turnout yet again and a particularly funky session this time, maybe cos there werenÂ’t sets from Matt or Sermad this time round (kidding&#33

    Spelling may be out, correct and I’ll ammend. Order may be out too and a few playlists may need to be added – post ‘em and I’ll edit them in.

    Belson

    Maxine Brown – See And Don’t See
    Mighty Diamonds – G.O.M.L.W.
    Hax Mjolk – Funky Roots
    Alice Clark – You Got A Deal
    Hank Jacobs – Hank’s Groove
    Rock & Roll Comeback – Afro Rock
    Mill Valley Bunch – Jimmy’s Blues
    Flight 505 – Love The Bass Man
    There Are People & There Are People – For What It’s Worth
    Maurice McKinnes – Sock A Poo Poo pt2
    Orchestra Julian – Do It With Class
    Frank Owens – Freddie’s Dead
    Hot – Just Cause I’m Guilty
    Memphis Soul Band – Who’s Making Love

    Fin

    Jimmy Mawi – I Wan’t Get Up [sic]
    Bob Marely & The Wailers – Simmer Down
    Skatalites – Exodus
    Ken Boothe & Stranger Cole – Artibella
    Ruby Andrews – Let’s Get A Groove Going On
    Leonard Howard – If You Want To Be True
    Keith Rowe – Ca La La La
    Ray Bryant – Up Above The Rock
    Division Del Norte – Dama Con Alma
    Mark Putney – Don’t Come Around Here No More
    Jay Mitchell – Goombay Bump

    Mark ‘Barbara’ Llmod1
    Boum Bomo – Drugstore Midnight
    Quintetle Dedjean – Oops
    Brasil Tropical Sound – Malaria Tebre
    Danyel Gerrard – Sexologie
    Billy and Friends – Hua Hua Roch
    Paddy Kingsland – The Earthmen
    Urbie Green – Lumps
    Soul Extravaganza – Sock It To Em JB
    Reality – Gachero
    Vic Upshaw – Popcorn
    Jimmy Walker – Amsterdam Hangover
    First Gear – I Feel The Earth Move

    Ed ‘Smoove B’ The Man
    (EdÂ’s notes have to be seen to be believed. Not since the hey day of Dr Gonzo himself have I witnessed such a debauched state of handwriting. What did they do to you in the promised land, Ed?)

    The Trend – Gotta Take It With You
    Lots of Israeli nonsense
    Dizengoff Variety Ensemble
    Sons of the Kingdom
    80s Ladies – Turned On To You
    Tamiko Jones – Let It Flow

    Son 'Jackie' of Stan

    Barbara McNair - Its Gotta be Real
    Ramsey Lewis - Jade East
    The Gentle Rain - Use Me
    Thelma Houston - Today Will Soon Be Yesterday
    Barrabas - Woman
    Glenda McCloud - No Stranger to Love
    Leroy Brown - You Really Made a Man of Me This Time
    Salena Jones - I Got the Blues
    Esther Phillips - Just Say Goodbye

    Left Hand Corner


    The Vigs - Evil Eyes (Theme From 'The Barn Of The Naked Dead&#39
    Esther Marrow - Why Am I Treated So Bad
    Halina Frackowiak - Ide, DaleJ
    Phillipe Nicaud - C'Ex
    The Three Degrees - You're The Fool  
    The Gayletts  - Son of a Preacher Man


    Mike, Stan Jnr and Fryer then played a bunch of stuff, including stuff from the new Stones Throw box set of 45s. Fryer left, then myself and Mike, leaving Stan Jnr playing Serpico radio spots to a bewildered bunch propping up the other end of the bar...






       
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  • #2
    Originally posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Nick Cope @ Jan. 13 2004,14:12)]Ed ‘Smoove B’ The Man
    (EdÂ’s notes have to be seen to be believed. Not since the hey day of Dr Gonzo himself have I witnessed such a debauched state of handwriting. What did they do to you in the promised land, Ed?):
    Whut?!? That's it - I'm definitely playing a set next month if only to remind you who's the daddy of the illegibility...

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

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    • #3
      Your handwriting is more hieroglyphs than letters, Rich, so I figured you didn't really count...!
      http://wakeupanddie.com
      http://weirdgearnyc.com
      http://makethingsmatter.com

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      • #4
        Yep, Rich Hiero...



        I fear may not be able to cope with the more s*@lful direction Brillo has taken while he's been away...
        You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by [b
          Quote[/b] ]Maurice McKinnes – Sock A Poo Poo pt2
          I didn't realise there are other poo poo records beyond Chet Ivey's two 45s. Are there any more? A person can never own too many poo poo records.

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          • #6
            Here's mine in no paticular order

            Tribe - Funky Kingston
            Milton Floyd - Im a shadow (bought for the other side not the shadow break)
            Refinald Milton - Clap your hands
            barbara Lynn - Im a good woman (fryers alternate mixdown)
            Pete Rodriguez - I like it like that
            charly Antolini - Scratches
            Philip Cathrine - Give it up turn it alose (alose is the correct speling)
            Coke Escovedo - Running Away

            and some others no hangover today, spooky

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            • #7
              Earl Carter - Shake Your Po' Po' (Princess 45) was an old Keb Darge spin - i.e. don't expect to find it in a hurry...

              Think it was on an album too.
              There MUST be a Hymns-A-Swingin' in this box...

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              • #8
                Fryer - is that the same Tribe as in 'Koke'/'Coke' (seen it spelt both ways)?

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