Archive for September, 2008

Freitag 26.09.08 Impressions Abend

Mittwoch, September 24th, 2008

Mit allen Stars des Curtom Labels. In der Trinkhalle wie gewohnt!

Top 30 Northern Soul Records

Sonntag, September 7th, 2008

Freitag 12. September 2008 die Northern Soul Nacht in Düsseldorf

Wir spielen die Top 30 Northern Soul Stücke von Kev Roberts, die ihre Fähigkeit zur Hymne alle bereits im Wigan Casino unter beweis gestellt haben. Die Nr. 1 ist nebenbei auch noch die rarste und mit 15000 Pfund teuerste Single der Welt.
Einen besseren Einstieg in das Thema wird man in Düsseldorf so schnell nicht bekommen.

Trinkhalle
Ackerstrasse 144
Düsseldorf
ab 21:00

1. Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) - Frank Wilson
2. Out on the Floor - Dobie Gray
3. You Didn’t Say a Word - Yvonne Baker
4. The Snake - Al Wilson
5. Long After Tonight is Over - Jimmy Radcliffe
6. Seven Day Lover - James Fountain
7. You Don’t Love Me - Epitome of Sound
8. Looking for You - Garnet Mimms
9. If That’s What You Wanted - Frankie Beverly & the Butlers
10. Seven Days Too Long - Chuck Wood
11. The Right Track - Billy Butler
12. Stick By Me Baby - Salvadors
13. I Really Love You - Tomangoes
14. Time Will Pass You By - Tobi Legend
15. Landslide - Tony Clarke
16. Too Late - Larry Willaims & Johnny “Guitar” Watson
17. You Don’t Know Where Your Interest Lies - Dana Valery
18. Walking Up a One Way Street - Willie Tee
19. If You Ever Walk Out of My Life - Dena Barnes
20. There’s a Ghost in My House - R. Dean Taylor
21. Here I Go Again - Archie Bell & the Drells
22. Hit and Run - Rose Batiste
23. What - Judy Street
24. Tainted Love - Gloria Jones
25. Girl Across the Street - Moses Smith
26. You’re Gonna Love My Baby - Barbara McNair
27. You’ve Been Away - Rubin
28. She’ll Come Running Back - Mel Britt
29. Double Cookin’ - Checkerboard Squares
30. It Really Hurts Me Girl - Carstairs

See you on the dancefloor!

Return of Northern Soul

Donnerstag, September 4th, 2008

Ein Artikel in der Times vom 27. August 2008

Next month it will be 35 years since Russ Winstanley booked Wigan Casino for its first Northern Soul all-nighter, starting at 2am on a Sunday morning. The faithful paid 75p each to dance until 8am to rare black American records - and though the price has gone up a bit, the scene is now bigger than ever.

It was Wigan Casino that partially influenced Robert Stigwood to make the film Saturday Night Fever, and household names from Peter Stringfellow to Mick Hucknall were inspired by the Northern Soul scene. When ITV showed a documentary on the Casino for its This England strand in 1977, it reached an audience of 27 million and the reverberations are still being felt.

Look at the video accompanying Duffy’s No1 single Mercy mehr…