E Shed Bristol 28 March

Eve has been running her Sho’Nuff nights at Eshed in Bristol for a while, championing her love of Northern Soul and 60’s music. Fortnightly on Tuesdays

She couldn’t do this week so I stepped in at short notice to help her out with Charlie (sickboy). Just grabbed me boxes and a pile of records, had no time to sort them, as this is not the regular thing for me, although I’ve grown up through it, and my preference these days is to champion new sounds. However a trip back to roots isn’t a bad thing. So this is what I played (pretty much everything I think, and not in order):-

Bobby McClure – Was it something I said
Johnny Angel – Stone out of your mind
Koffee Brown – After Party
Chuck Cissel – Do you believe
Chuckii Booker – Games
Cunnie Williams – Call Me
George Benson – The Ghetto/El Barrio
Niteflyte ft Jean Carn – If you believe
Sweetback – You will Rise (Bone Idol Mix)
Cornelius Bros & Sisters Rose – Big Time Lover
Four Tops – I just can’t get you off my mind
Ambelique – Talk like that
Innersection – I’m in debt to you
Jimmy Briscoe & Little Beavers – Movin On
Bobby Patterson – I’m in love with you
Jesse Boone & Astros – I got to love you
Voices of East Harlem – Wanted dead or alive
Dramatics – No rebate on love
Aretha Franklin – I can’t see myself losing you
Na Allen – I was telling her about you
Gene Redding – Once a fool
William Devaughn – Hold on to love
Wilton Felder – Inherit the Wind
Lenny Williams – Choosing you
Charen Cotton – A little bit of love
Esther Phillips – Home is where the heart is
Sharon Britt – Guess who I belong to
Ronnie McNeir – Wendy is gone

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