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We are the Mods! 41- A Fi$t Full of Dollar$!

We are the Mods! 41- A Fi$t Full of Dollar$!

Playing tracks by

Freddie Chavez and Ernie & The Top Notes Inc..

Join The Good (DJ Penny Lane), the Bad (Me, depending on who you ask) and the FAR from Ugly (actor, Svengali star, Jonathan Owen) as we welcome two Northern Soul LEGENDS, Wigan Casino mastermind DJ Russ Winstanley and iconic DJ/promotoer and author of the 'Northern Soul Top 500', Kev Roberts! Plus- we look at the impact of N.Soul hitting the high street and the vinyl black market- high $ profits while original soul artists struggle to make ends meet! Special soul selection by young UK emerging DJ Aaron Turner and our fourth (Twisted) Wheel, Parka Patrick Foisy returning with a special 'Fist Full of 45's' edition of Vintage Vinyl from the Vault!
PLUS the usual great music courtesy of St. Paul and The Broken Bones, RAF, Leon Gibson, Buddy & Stacy, The Gramotones, Freddie Chavez,The Lovers Key, The Zou Bisou, Solomon Burke, Bonnie St.Clair, The Jolly Jax and MORE!

Comments

Bjørn Late

From my understanding the people you speak of buying and selling records for large sums of cash are one and the same. Sell a record for $300, buy 2 records for $150 and back and forth.

The price of these records are what they are because they are very rare and playing them differentiates a DJ's set. The exclusivity of DJs playing rare original vinyl is about set differentiation and the community of appreciation for the original article and the difficulty in finding it. Consider it like live performance antique collecting, that people can dance too. Anyone can show up with a laptop full of MP3s, but you'll find less people willing to travel for it.

In fact some of the people who own the largest collections of these rare records post the songs on YouTube for the world to hear: NSoulChris, EddiesSoulSounds, DJLucien, etc, the list goes on. That is the service you're talking about, providing accessibility to the music.