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 Post subject: OLD SCHOOL (pre-1976)
 Post Posted: Thu May 21, 2009 10:09 pm 
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LET'S ALL CHIP IN AND START AN OLD-SCHOOL THREAD.
PRE-1976 / BEFORE 1976


If you played it back then, or even if you wasn't around that far back and you dig it!!!- then put it here!!!!!

I'll start:

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FOUR TOPS: "DON'T BRING BACK MEMORIES" (Lary Sanders Extended) 1970
https://rcpt.yousendit.com/690962866/de ... b5ea1b3e26

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 Post Posted: Fri May 22, 2009 12:06 am 
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Now this will be a thread of great interest Jay, I am sure Pooch will post some gems here!
I am certainly gonna enjoy throwing in my 2 cents. Just wish I had all my 45's at hand so I could flood this thread ...Lol

I thank you for bringing the Larry Sanders Extended mix to my attention, It's a keeper for sure and great track to kick the thread off with...Thanks!

I will be back with my contribution soon!

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 Post subject: Re: OLD SCHOOL (pre-1976)
 Post Posted: Fri May 22, 2009 12:22 am 
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Well here is my first contribution. But this thread is similar to my BITD thread. I will work it with you. From 1972 I loe this gem.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WN78dQZk2LU


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 Post subject: Re: OLD SCHOOL (pre-1976)
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EXUMA---Great One Pooch!!!!

Now here's one from 1975 from a group that sounds like a cross between Barrabas & Babe Ruth:


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ROCKIN HORSE: "LOVE DO ME RIGHT"
https://rcpt.yousendit.com/691522206/c4 ... 9f7bef7f0a



This was a fav at The Playhouse in the spring of '75!!!

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 Post subject: Re: OLD SCHOOL (pre-1976)
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While I'm still here, I'll put one of MY favs!!!
TWO versions---first the original 45---then the Tom Moulton Remix.


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JIMMY RUFFIN: "TELL ME WHAT YOU WANT" 1974
https://rcpt.yousendit.com/691524580/12 ... fe4373beb7

JIMMY RUFFIN: "TELL ME WHAT YOU WANT" 1974 Tom Moulton Mix
https://rcpt.yousendit.com/691524652/8f ... 4dfaf3b973

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DanPooch wrote:
Well here is my first contribution. But this thread is similar to my BITD thread. I will work it with you. From 1972 I loe this gem.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WN78dQZk2LU


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Cool track Pooch, so much better than the nauesating version that Boney M did in the late 70's. Thanks for bringing it back to my attention. Keep em' coming!

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 Post subject: Re: OLD SCHOOL (pre-1976)
 Post Posted: Sat May 23, 2009 10:50 am 
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The Rockin Horse track is fresh to me and what a little gem you have unearthed for me, great track brother!....Just lovin' Jimmy Ruffin, always have and always will....two versions as well....very generous of you Jay....wonderful stuff!

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Before Sister Sledge hit the dizzy disco heights in the late 70's with the help of production team of Nile Rodgers & Bernard Edwards, they released this little ditty on Atco in 1974....Love this jam, see what you think!

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http://rapidshare.com/files/236299340/S ... e.mp3.html

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See what I think????
This is PRIMO Sister Sledge music.
When this single came out it was so popular at the clubs that it spawned an album:
'CIRCLE OF LOVE'


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Produced by Bert 'Super-Charts' DeCouteaux & Tony Silvester.

Here is more from that LP:

SISTER SLEDGE: "PAIN RELIEVER"
https://rcpt.yousendit.com/691594644/80 ... a3772c804a

And an extention of Mikey's track:

SISTER SLEDGE: "LOVE DON'T YOU GO THROUGH NO CHANGES ON ME" (Lary Sanders Edit)
https://rcpt.yousendit.com/691594262/cb ... a1e7d090b3

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 Post subject: Re: OLD SCHOOL (pre-1976)
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I gather you like it then bro!..Lol
and yes I am also aware of the Circle Of Love album, a fantastic collection of tunes!
The Larry Sanders edit rocks and you passed on Pain Reliever to me a while back...
It seems we are both dancin' in the same discoteque today brother Jay!...Lol

Now come back at me with some more pre 76'
I'm waiting....Lol

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OK, one more before I go today.
Here is a real CLASSIC!!!

This was Van McCoy's baby before 'Faith Hope & Charity', 'Choice 4', and of course his legendary worldwide hit "The Hustle".

Brenda & The Tabulations started working with Van in 1969, culminating on a Top 40 ballad smash "Right On The Tip Of My Tongue" in 1970.

Now to their DISCO smash;
When I started spinning in '74 this was a MUST HAVE for the dance floor.
Even it was more than 2 years old,
it made the dance floor scream whenever it was played!


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BRENDA & THE TABULATIONS: "LITTLE BIT OF LOVE" (Lary Sanders Extended)
https://rcpt.yousendit.com/691601094/28 ... f8fd0b6cc5

I'm goin to an NA Convention in Ft. Lauderdale; gonna have some FUN with 1200 recovering people!!!! Gotta check out their DJ (my competition)---be back tonight in the wee hours!!!!

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 Post subject: Re: OLD SCHOOL (pre-1976)
 Post Posted: Sun May 24, 2009 9:12 am 
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Back from the NA Convention; the DJ asked me to spin a few tunes (3) and I just gotta say I got a great reaction from one of my old school favs--I had to post it as soon as I came home!!!!

Beginning Of The End comprised of brothers: Raphael 'Ray' Munnings (organs and vocals), Liroy 'Roy' Munnings (guitar and vocals), Frank 'Bud' Munnings (drums, conga and vocals) and Fred Henfield (bass).
Formed in Nassau in the Bahamas,
this four piece group were complimented by the Funky Nassau Horns.
Produced by the legendary Steve Alaimo, the group scored a dancefloor hit in 1971 with the tune 'Funky Nassau Pt. 1'.
An album of the same title was released, on Alston/Atlantic Records, during the same year. A nine track set that featured Part Two of the single and 'Monkey Tamarind'.
The group personally arranged the album, however, they were not to record again.

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BEGINNING OF THE END: "FUNKY NASSAU" (J*ski Parts 1+2 Edit) 1971
https://rcpt.yousendit.com/691702816/25 ... d1ab4ef62d

I also played "Give It Up Turnit Loose"-James Brown & "It's A New Day"-Jimmy Castor;
I just happened to have these 3 tracks on CD from my personal mixes in my car.
She didn't have them--the joint was jumpin and I left right after I spun them!

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 Post subject: Re: OLD SCHOOL (pre-1976)
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Damm! that's some funky music couz'!
Nice work indeed....Lovin' that funky sound, thank you!

You got to slip three jams in at the meeting! Man I would have been bummed as it seemed you had the crowd in the palm of your hands....
..three songs and you just slipped off the stage like Elvis....Cool!

BTW...did you post the Rockin Horse track because you were reminded of it when reading Vince Aletti's book..it was pictured a couple of pages after yours and Pauls playlist from the Playhouse in 75'....

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 Post subject: Re: OLD SCHOOL (pre-1976)
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No, I could not stay and take over her gig.
I don't know her like THAT and I didn't want to be rude.
She introduced me; and that was nice!
Then I saw her getting nervous when the crowd was lovin the oldies.
Just those 3 tracks left them 'open'.

She plays a different kind of music than me.
(you know I'm just being polite!!)
She's more pop, rap, & R&B.
Which is a shame, because the crowd last night was between 30-55 yrs old.
RIGHT UP MY ALLEY!!!!!!

When The NA Convention comes to my town, I will DJ.
(I'm on the committee)
It's already set in stone--October 2010

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