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    Brillo, April 2004

    I think weÂ’d all agree that last nightÂ’s Brillo meet was one of the best ones ever, with just about all the regulars turning out and then some. RichÂ’s portable took a serious pounding as what had to be a record number of trades and sales were made, lots of happy faces. There was a real buzz going round the bar and hereÂ’s what was getting plays:

    [As ever, post up any typos etc and IÂ’ll edit them in.]

    Greg Belson

    Bobby Patterson – How Do You Spell Love
    Vivian Reed – Walk On My Side
    Art Blakey – I Got My Mojo Working
    Sam Taylor Jnr – 10,000 Tears
    Jean Dushon – Hitchhike
    The Upsetters – The Memphis Sound
    The GT’s – Watoosi Lucy
    Claudio Medeiros – Green Olives
    Byrdie Green – Somebody Groovy
    John Wagner Coalition – Mother Popcorn
    Lowell Fulsom – Trouble Everywhere
    Roundhouse – I Hear You Call
    Boogaloo Jones – Brown Bag
    Fred Van Zegveld – I Wanna Be Your Man

    Matt Hero

    The New World – New World Symphony
    Hoctor Band – Heaven On Their Minds
    Esther Galil – Pour Gagner
    Nicoletta – Vis Ta Vie
    Monique Thubert – Avec Les Oreillo
    Alerom (?) – Injection
    Mary Lou Hooper – How Strong Love Is
    Milton Rhodes & The Archers – Oh When The Saints

    Fryer

    Heem & The Monsters – Wake Up
    Anna Raye – Anna’s Thang
    Sophisticated Ladies – This Ain’t Really Love
    Unitogether – You’re Invited To A Party
    Rideout – Someone Special
    Pearl Dowell – Good Things
    Pete Rodriguez – I Like It Like That

    Si Cheeba

    Ray Medina – Head’s Head
    DC Ramblers – Hangin’ In There
    Leegarden & Van Winkle – Season Of The Witch
    Fifty Unit – Looking In The Breeze
    Prophetic Band – Also Sprach etc, 2001 Theme
    Rusty Bryant – Ga Gang Gang Goong
    Bobby Bland – Honey Child
    The Majestics – Boss Walk pt1
    Ernstine Anderson – Keep An Eye On Love
    Mare Hamilton – LA Question

    Dean & Veris

    Paulette & Tanya Winley - Rhymin & Rappin
    Zulu – Swamp
    Hairsomething – Ski Club
    River City Funk Band – I Fell Into A Bag
    Can’t read name – Welfare Blues
    Darrow Fletcher – We’ve Got To Get An Understanding
    Glenda Dove – Gotta Be Something Else
    Margie something – Soupy (?)
    Goba (?) – Mit Sari (?) (is this how everyone writes in reading?&#33
    Kids From something – Funky McDonald
    McDonald & Giles – Tomorrow People

    Mark Llmod1, the techno kid fresh from euroland

    The Hearts Of Soul – Sing A Simple Song
    The Interpretations – Soul Affection
    The Vibrations – Ain’t No Greens In Harlem
    Dave Karmien – Dumpy Mama
    Bwana – Tema De Bwana
    Deither Reith – Join Us
    De Glazen Strat – Love In Copenhagen
    The Pyranha Sounds – La Turbine Piranhienne
    Visit To Venus – Yes Tonight
    Zita – Miniland No.2
    Bedazzled OST – Night Club
    Atlas – Play It Cool

    Andy Smith
    Auguste & Johnny – On Peat River
    Kpacelusle Turapbi – Kotemoer
    Duke something – Love To Play The Blues
    Something & Bump – Love The Life
    Drum Drops Vol.2 – Intro
    Cox Orange – Week End
    Les something – Opus
    Georgia Synlopater – Meal Ticket
    Ninety Nine & One something – Fever Tree
    CCS – Cuaot (?)
    The Grand something – Dead End Street (Geez, Bristol is as bad as Reading… & I should know&#33
    La Classe De Jazz – La Danse Par Le Discotequen
    Dulwich Horror OST(?) – Dulwich Horror
    Ronald Stein – Pigs Go Home
    Derek & The Dominos – Got To Get Better
    Meurathi – KTC
    Ernie K Doe – Gotta Pack My Bag
    Buena Vista – Kick Back
    Sam Moultrie – Funny Jerk
    Lee Moses – Reach Out And Be There
    The Five Steps – Tighten Up
    Barry Goldberg – Soul Man
    Hey Jude – O.C. Smith
    Prince Jazzbo – Hal Corner
    Johnny Osbourne – Purify Your Heart
    Bola 45 – Walking In The City

    Nick & Callum

    Love For Dollars & Cents – The Next World
    Sunrise Movement – Clockwise Revolution
    Broad St Gang – Free The Black Man
    Sunrise Movement – Running Wild
    El Pooks – Psycho Soul
    Souls Of Unity – How I Love Jesus
    Gloria Walker & The Chevells – You Hit The Spot Baby
    Bernard Calvin – Greedy
    Curtis Knight Zeus – The Devil Made Me Do It
    Bulldog 2 – Hi Fi White
    Village Soul Choir – The Cissy Football pt1
    Plenty Action – Soft Touch
    The Silhouettes – Red Snow
    Creations Unlimited – Crystal Illusion
    Curtis Knight – How Does It Feel
    Boys In The Band – Sumpin’ Heavy
    Marva Whitney – Givin Up On Love
    Joe Chopper – (title missing)
    Chiyo Okumura - Shoko
    http://wakeupanddie.com
    http://weirdgearnyc.com
    http://makethingsmatter.com

  • #2
    Originally posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]is this how everyone writes in reading?!
    After a good few beers they do.

    Corrections:

    Haircut 100 - Ski Club
    The Dell Vikings - Welfare Blues
    Margie Thrett - Soupy
    Mit Sar - Jojje Wadenius
    Funky McDonald - Kids From Zoom
    records - one a week mixcloud
    records - one a week soundcloud

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    • #3
      Originally posted by [b
      Quote[/b] (left hand corner @ April 20 2004,16:46)]Corrections:

      Haircut 100
      I expect your mind was probably blanking this as you read it Nick.

      Right, off to google I go...
      You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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      • #4
        Actually it was! I was thinking "nah, can't be, can it?" Guess it was!
        http://wakeupanddie.com
        http://weirdgearnyc.com
        http://makethingsmatter.com

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        • #5
          Originally posted by [b
          Quote[/b] (Rich Hero @ April 20 2004,16:57)]
          Originally posted by [b
          Quote[/b] (left hand corner @ April 20 2004,16:46)]Corrections:

          Haircut 100
          I expect your mind was probably blanking this as you read it Nick.  

          Right, off to google I go...
          Ha ha. I think I've got a double of that, if you're serious. (Well, I like it. And so does Dean. That makes two people in Britain. Any more?)
          http://www.djhistory.com

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          • #6
            Originally posted by [b
            Quote[/b] (Nick Cope @ April 20 2004,16:26)]Si Cheeba
            Ernstine Anderson – Keep An Eye On Love
            me want! me want!
            new SPOKE release: >>> SEE HERE <<< RKM LIBRARY BEATS

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            • #7
              Originally posted by [b
              Quote[/b] (ladyboygrimsby @ April 20 2004,17:10)]Ha ha. I think I&#39;ve got a double of that, if you&#39;re serious. (Well, I like it. And so does Dean. That makes two people in Britain. Any more?)
              Erm, that&#39;s alright Bill. Not that I didn&#39;t like it (the absence of Nick Heyward on that track, etc.) I&#39;ve got to mortgage my gran first of all and track down Si&#39;s modtastic set...

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

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              • #8
                Originally posted by [b
                Quote[/b] (Rich Hero @ April 20 2004,17:19)]
                Originally posted by [b
                Quote[/b] (ladyboygrimsby @ April 20 2004,17:10)]Ha ha. I think I&#39;ve got a double of that, if you&#39;re serious. (Well, I like it. And so does Dean. That makes two people in Britain. Any more?)
                Erm, that&#39;s alright Bill. Not that I didn&#39;t like it (the absence of Nick Heyward on that track, etc.) I&#39;ve got to mortgage my gran first of all and track down Si&#39;s modtastic set...

                http://www.acerecords.co.uk/gotrt/mar04/cdchd1001.html

                If you&#39;re into that kinda sound then u need this CD. They&#39;ve done a great job in this lovingly put together collection - extensive sleevenotes, clippings, etc. (I&#39;m surprised Dean the Bean Rudland wasn&#39;t involved...)

                This a vol 1 of 3 apparently so you can imagine the breadth of tracks they have to choose from. Ms Anderson even pops up on this, along with some nice dirty early RnB instrumentals, soul jazz, early soul, blues and some early funk breaks from Billy Preston..

                Oh, and Rich, what I played weren&#39;t &gt;all&lt; expensive - just some may be hard to dig up nowadays...good luck.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by [b
                  Quote[/b] (Si Cheeba @ April 21 2004,12:54)]Oh, and Rich, what I played weren&#39;t &gt;all&lt; expensive - just some may be hard to dig up nowadays...good luck.
                  Music to my ears - cheers for that mate. I&#39;m on the case (but it looks like I have some competition from Mike ).
                  You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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                  • #10
                    So I missed the best one of the year eh?

                    Dagnabbit&#33;

                    Nice to see some of my old faves getting an airing tho&#39;, esp the El Pooks track. Used to be hot on the northern scene that and it took an age to finally track in down in an old cardboard box, in the corner, in a basement, in Manchester, with an owl, many, many moons ago.
                    I was raised by wolves

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