Post Number: 238
Posted From: 126.96.36.199
|Posted on Sunday, June 20, 2004 - 8:05 pm: || |
Hey what's the scoop with the O'Jays on SAUR records??
The Corner Boys On Neptune sounding oh so sweet. Who are they and why haven't I heard of them before???
A couple of other cool things I found:
James Carr on Goldwax - Stronger than Love / A Man Need A Woman? Is he big on the N-Soul scene??
Bobby Patterson What a wonderful night for love / My baby's coming back to me - on Jetstar records? ? 411? Yellow Vinyl Dj copy any value??
Sharon Clark & The Product of Of Time on APT / ABC records - I'm not afraid of love / Mama didn't lie (sho come true). Anyone familiar with this tune?? from 1972??????
How about some info on Little Rena Scott or Buddy Lane Or the Gibson Brothers???
Post Number: 539
Posted From: 188.8.131.52
|Posted on Sunday, June 20, 2004 - 10:07 pm: || |
The Corner Boys, the Formations and Silent Majority are one and the same.
They are the writers Aikins, Bellmon, Drayton and Turner.
Post Number: 65
Posted From: 184.108.40.206
|Posted on Monday, June 21, 2004 - 5:30 am: || |
The O'Jays on Saru is 'the' group...copies do pop up over here in the UK, but it's stable-mates', The Out-A-Sights that 'we' seek...well, their, 'For the rest of my life', any way.
Jame Carr has been loved by the UK (World-wide!) soul scene since the beginning of his career. His 'That's what I want to know' (his most spun NS track) on Goldwax also gained a UK release at the time on the Stateside label.
Bobby Patterson = £30 on a promo...he's performed over here at NS weekenders too...puts on a good show!
The Sharon Clark disc cme out initially on the Yodo label, before being picked up by APT.
Post Number: 161
Posted From: 220.127.116.11
|Posted on Monday, June 21, 2004 - 6:08 pm: || |
bringing back some memories here soulaholic.
james carr superb
and still have a lot of his material
'a losing game'
the stomping'thats what I want to know'
'freedom train' etc etc
the bobby patterson
'My babys coming back to me'
still have my yellow vinyl copy and a sound I first heard way back in 71/72 when it was a H-U-G-E- Sound on the scene as well as the james carr material.
check out bobby pattersons
'till you give in' also on jetstar
another great spin from the uk all-nighter scene circa 71/72.
mel/the night owl