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The going home for the weekend song thread...come on you groovey foookers

24 Hours from Tulse Hill
It's a long way to Lordship Lanie
...Hold on I'm Coming


...Sam and Dave but the also the great Steve Cropper from the Stax Band in the background (multi-racial in 1966 southern states - brave fellas)
Whoaaa! it's Friday, let's go on the piste...





Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was 2012:02:10:20:26:10 by Undisputedtruth.

For all you trainspotters out there...
Now we're talking groovy...
or a proper disco smash

...weekend
No handbags on the disco floor ladies...



The actual title is Let No Man Putasunder...amatuers
Last of the girly triology...

A bit of Jack swing.

The original:
Get down!
Top tune UDT..

haven't heard that in years UTD, got the SOS Band greatest hits on vinyl (sadly)...before Fatboyslim got his ooooh 'I've always loved soul music' bulshit paws on it (just be good to you).
££££ Wrote:

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> haven't heard that in years UTD, got the SOS Band
> greatest hits on vinyl (sadly)...before Fatboyslim
> got his ooooh 'I've always loved soul music'
> bulshit paws on it (just be good to you).

I've always look forward to hearing your tunes too, Quids. I love "Groovin' " by the SOS band. Is it on your SOS compilation album?

Fatboy Slim means nothing to me and Black contemporary music had reached the end of its evolutionary cycle from 1989 onwards. Music these days are far too commercial, void of musical creativity.
I prefer this version, RD.

A classic indeed, taped it back in the day when I used to listen to Piccadilly Radio up in Mcr, the DJ thought he was being clever by syncing in Adam and the Ants' Ant Music, I kid you not...meanwhile another classic from 1980...
http://youtu.be/-Kobdb37Cwc



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was 2012:03:19:12:18:50 by Lost Yorkshire Man.

red devil Wrote:

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> A classic indeed, taped it back in the day when I
> used to listen to Piccadilly Radio up in Mcr, the
> DJ thought he was being clever by syncing in Adam
> and the Ants' Ant Music, I kid you not...meanwhile
> another classic from 1980...
>

Now we're getting commercial music on this thread. It's all your fault, RD! I'm not having a go at Los Yorkshire Man as he wouldn't know what groovy means in the thread title.
you are showing your age - groovy @#$%& = jools holland circa 1987

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