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Soul on sound  Soul fanzine on Cassette early 80's, Vol 7 pt 1 part 1

Soul on sound Soul fanzine on Cassette early 80's, Vol 7 pt 1 part 1

Playing tracks by

Ingram, James Hamilton preview mix, Wrecking crew, Detroit Spinners and Sylvia Jihnson.

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Mark McCarthy
April 19th 2017



Thanks always an interesting read I was acquainted with James as he would appear very regularly at R and D Rayners Lane where I bought many of my imports!!


James Hamilton in his Record Mirror column 6 Nov 1982 …. Soul On Sound 007's preview mix is probably the strongest completely danceable medley yet, anything that didn't stand up rhythmically being junked (bye bye most of the UK productions!) — bearing in mind that only around 50 seconds of each track is used and many are edited within themselves to reach the mixing point sooner, the sequence should still work well in more stretched out form and is as follows: Grandmaster Flash 'It's A Shame'/Once Bitten/Kurtis Blow/Central Line/Wreckin Crew/Detroit Spinners/Strikers/Syl Johnson/Carl Carlton 'Swing That Sexy Thang'/Carol Douglas (Inst)/Klymaxx 12in/Jimmie Gray (Inst)/Evelyn King 'Back To Love'/Melba Moore 'Knack For Me'/Captain Sky 'Don't Touch That Dial'/Jammers (Richie Weeks & Shep Pettibone mixes)/Skyy 'Won't You Be Mine'/Hurt 'Em Bad 'Monday Night Football'/Gwen Guthrie US Remix/Gloria Gaynor/Stone/Puff (Inst)/Donald Byrd 12in/First Light/Gwen McCrae/Debbie Trusty (26 records in 23:29 on the tape!)