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post #7231 of 18454
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Originally Posted by circustavern777 View Post

who played the  MAN FROM CAROLINA  i keep thinking it was Gregory issacs, ,,  but im sure thats wrong



Hi I have just got this original 45 out of my shed to check and its by G G All Stars on Explosion lable 1970. 

 

I must have 50 odd originals tucked away in the shed from over 40 years ago and no Dansette record player for the last 35 years.  i have mangaed to obtain lots of old reggae songs on CDs over the years and there are many on Youtube that can easily be downloaded and converted to mp3 for the modern players

 

post #7232 of 18454
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Originally Posted by Aces and Eights View Post



Hi I have just got this original 45 out of my shed to check and its by G G All Stars on Explosion lable 1970. 

 

I must have 50 odd originals tucked away in the shed from over 40 years ago and no Dansette record player for the last 35 years.  i have mangaed to obtain lots of old reggae songs on CDs over the years and there are many on Youtube that can easily be downloaded and converted to mp3 for the modern players

 


thanks mate loved that tune especaily the start of the track,
 

 

post #7233 of 18454
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Originally Posted by circustavern777 View Post


thanks mate loved that tune especaily the start of the track,
 

42 years ago ace



 

post #7234 of 18454
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Originally Posted by Gel boy View Post

Hi, I'm the second from front. Terry Spencer the photographer and a driver took us up london to take photos for Life magazine. they was doing an article about skinheads in Britain.  the way we lived and dressed and what we got up to as skinheads. the article ended up in Time magazine.

Hello Gel boy, welcome to the thread! Time magazine... well that's very prestigious.... I hadn't imagined there was much interest in Skinheads in America at the time. Was it for the American edition of Time? I understand there was also a European edition.
post #7235 of 18454
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Originally Posted by Brideshead View Post

No time to play the Boulevardier ....

Makes me think of Maurice Chevalier........ somehow I can't see him as a Skinhead, though! Anyway I was picturing you more as Beau Brummel.....
post #7236 of 18454
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Originally Posted by Aces and Eights View Post




Hi I have just got this original 45 out of my shed to check and its by G G All Stars on Explosion lable 1970. 

I must have 50 odd originals tucked away in the shed from over 40 years ago and no Dansette record player for the last 35 years.  i have mangaed to obtain lots of old reggae songs on CDs over the years and there are many on Youtube that can easily be downloaded and converted to mp3 for the modern players

Dansettes cost a fortune these days!
post #7237 of 18454
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Originally Posted by Pressure_Drop View Post

Well the version I've got on Tighten Up Vol 3 (the one with the poster shog[1].gif which my mum was disgusted with) was by G.G. All Stars.

Talking of iconic images....... that's a great poster (can see why your mam wasn't enamoured of it though!)
post #7238 of 18454
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Originally Posted by Little Queenie View Post

Talking of iconic images....... that's a great poster (can see why your mam wasn't enamoured of it though!)

I had that poster on my wall when it first came out, Couple of years ago i got a original copy with the poster and price tag on ebay for Mandy J, cost £20.
post #7239 of 18454
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Originally Posted by Lasttye View Post

I had that poster on my wall when it first came out, Couple of years ago i got a original copy with the poster and price tag on ebay for Mandy J, cost £20.

That's not bad, really when you think how much the rare singles sell for. Believe it's your birthday tomorrow: got anything planned?
post #7240 of 18454
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Originally Posted by Little Queenie View Post

That's not bad, really when you think how much the rare singles sell for. Believe it's your birthday tomorrow: got anything planned?

I'am at UTJ tonight LQ, Then having dinner out Tomorrow, I stopped celebrating by Birthday after i was 21:D
post #7241 of 18454
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I'am at UTJ tonight LQ, Then having dinner out Tomorrow, I stopped celebrating by Birthday after i was 21:D

Only last year, then?............ Have a great day, anyway!
post #7242 of 18454
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Originally Posted by Aces and Eights View Post



  i have mangaed to obtain lots of old reggae songs on CDs over the years and there are many on Youtube that can easily be downloaded and converted to mp3 for the modern players

 



Hi mate.

Is this possible? I've made enquiries about this myself recently. I've been told to use 'mozilla firefox'.

I have no idea if this is safe, or even works.

I've got loads of reggae vinyl which I need converting to cd/mp3 and I can't be arsed to buy one of the digital turntable converter thingies.

It Can't be illegal if you already own the 45 or Lp, so I'd be happy to give it a go :)

 

post #7243 of 18454
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Originally Posted by soundsnpressure View Post



Hi mate.

Is this possible? I've made enquiries about this myself recently. I've been told to use 'mozilla firefox'.

I have no idea if this is safe, or even works.

I've got loads of reggae vinyl which I need converting to cd/mp3 and I can't be arsed to buy one of the digital turntable converter thingies.

It Can't be illegal if you already own the 45 or Lp, so I'd be happy to give it a go :)

 


 

Hi  All I have done is downloaded ‘free Youtube to MP£ converter’ from ‘DVD Video soft’ from web.

 

I then select the required video on Youtube and right click the videos taskbar when playing and select ‘copy video URL’ and the paste to ‘free Youtube to MP£ converter’ window and follow instructions.  You can then burn to CD or transfer to MP3 player

 

Pretty straightforward.  I have managed to find lots of songs that I have not seen on CDs and that I thought would never hear again


 

 

post #7244 of 18454
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Originally Posted by Aces and Eights View Post


 

Hi  All I have done is downloaded ‘free Youtube to MP£ converter’ from ‘DVD Video soft’ from web.

 

I then select the required video on Youtube and right click the videos taskbar when playing and select ‘copy video URL’ and the paste to ‘free Youtube to MP£ converter’ window and follow instructions.  You can then burn to CD or transfer to MP3 player

 

Pretty straightforward.  I have managed to find lots of songs that I have not seen on CDs and that I thought would never hear again


 

 


Brill!

Thanks for info :)
 

 

post #7245 of 18454
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Originally Posted by Pressure_Drop View Post

Didn't mean to cause offence, so apologies if it seemed that way. I'm well aware of Mr Greenaway's reputation and indeed he was a legend amongst us 'in the know' - he was always held in high esteem around the country, not just in London.
A good friend of mine who was one of the well known Bristol faces who followed Chelsea introduced me and a few of my mates to him, let's just say there was a misunderstanding and I got a bit of a slap - not from Chelsea I hasten to add.shog[1].gif

No offence taken mate. smile.gif
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