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Dave Pack
A music collector and soul fanatic who isn't able to pass a box of 45's without a browse.

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Name:Dave Pack
Joined:10 Jun 2011
Type:Member
Country:  England
Location:North Of Brighton
 
 
Records Added:83
Images Added:275
Comments:16
Lists:0
Ratings:4
 
 
Records Edited:33
Images Edited:0
Biography Edits:0
Forum Posts:0
  

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Dave Pack
6th Feb 2014
The Moods

A: Rainmaker
B: Lady Rain
There may be an early Daryl Hall/Philadelphia connection with the Lady Rain track as he and Oates would use the verse for their same titled track on the Abandoned Luncheonette album of 73. That track was authored by H&O on the album, and a track by Hall (a version of Bunny Sigler's Don't Make Me Wait) along with the both sides of the Moods 45 featured here, can be found on the I-Tunes Download album "That Philly Sound Presents the best of Northern Soul Vol.2"

Dave Pack
16th Dec 2011
NRBQ

A: Ain't It All Right
B: Only You
Thank You Davie. I seem to have led myself down a dark alley and you’ve just enlightened me to a bright exit. Right, off to find “Scraps”.


Dave Pack
15th Dec 2011
NRBQ

A: Ain't It All Right
B: Only You
Fantastic piece of R & R, only available on 45, unless anyone knows better. It is not the same version as appears on their "tap Dancing Bats " Album. First heard this featured on a Radio London Show hosted by Robbie Vincent before his total conversion to soul & Jazz. He has a great ear for music and featured many unknown tracks in his early years, even something like this R&R pastiche.

Dave Pack
13th Dec 2011
Butch Leak

A: You're Like Magic
B: Ket's Take A Chance (sic)
Butch Leake was a former member of the Drifters group that arrived in Britain in the early seventies and signed to Bell after their popularity stateside wained and their contract with Atlantic lapsed. He worked with them until 1975. The co-writer of both tracks (Ritchie Pitts) is also an emigree from America who started with the group the Velours and when promised work in the UK in the late sixties made the hop across the pond only to find they were to perform the night clubs of GB as The Fantastic Temptations, covering the Motown groups material. When this was stopped following court action, they reverted to The Fantastics and also enjoyed success at Bell records UK (Something Old, Something New). Ritchie also had a solo single version of General Johnson's "Every Couple's Not A Pair" on the UK Contempo label.

Dave Pack
21st Nov 2011
Eddie Foster

A: Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)
B: Sweeter As The Days Go By
Bootleg copy of Frank Wilson Classic, including miss-information


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Al Greene And The Soul Mates

A: Back Up Train
B: Don't Leave Me
Flashback USA457"0 
Fat Larry's Band

A: Lookin' For Love Tonight
B: We Just Can't Get It Together
Fantasy UKFTC 179Jul 19797"19.0
Donny Hathaway And June Conquest

A: I Thank You
B: Just Another Reason
Curtom USACR 1971Mar 19727"0 
The Fatback Band

A: Street Dance
B: Goin' To See My Baby
Perception USAP-52619727"2 
The Dramatics

A: Hey You! Get Off My Mountain
B: The Devil Is Dope
Volt USAVOA-4090Apr 19737"26.0


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Latest Ratings   

ArtistTrackDave Pack's Rating
Ruby WilsonThe Feeling's Still There6
Ruby WilsonBluer Than Blue7
Eddie FloydWhen My Baby Said Goodbye5
Eddie FloydOh, How It Rained6


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