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Jimmy Mack (luke)
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Post Number: 188
Registered: 4-2004
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Posted on Saturday, May 22, 2004 - 11:17 am:   Edit PostDelete Post   Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

1)Youve Lost That Lovin Feelin,Righteous Bros.--case closed. These boys have it.
2)Son Of a Preacher Man-Dusty. Tigress;Oh Me Oh My Im a Fool For U Baby--Lulu-even Aretha couldnt top her with her version
3)Holdin Back the Years--Simply Redd(Simply Soulful)
4)All Around The World-Lisa-y isnt she bigger?
5)I Need Your Lovin--Lady T--has there ever been a more deserved comeback--ok the other Tina.
6)Stay Awhile-Dusty meets calssic Motown.
7)Invisible--ALyson Moyet-blue eyes meet Lamont.
8)Little Latin Lupe Lu-Bill and Bobby really shake a tail feather.
9)Sugar Dont Bite-Sam Harris--granted muy disco but he needs to be represented.
10)Pick a Hall and Oates at their best.
Yes I know there are many others and I'll kick myself later --but these came to mind--kind of a broad representation.

(Message edited by luke on May 22, 2004)
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Manny (manny)
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Post Number: 168
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Hello, Jimmy Mack and all!

My particular top ten (in a not particular order)

1-Mama Soul - Soul Survivors
2-City Of Brotherly Love -Soul Survivors
3-What It Takes -Soul Survivors
4-Girl Whatcher - O'Kaysions
5-Black Is Black - Los Bravos
7-Life Is Mine - Beth Hirsh
8-Hey Baby - Bruce Channel
9-Wild Safari - Barrabás
10-Alma de Blues - Presuntos Implicados

Peace & Soul Food
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Manny (manny)
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Post Number: 169
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Posted on Saturday, May 22, 2004 - 11:53 am:   Edit PostDelete Post   Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

Ep!, Pardon-me, please; I have pass from number 5 to number 7!

Number 6: "Neptuno" - Los Relámpagos (a sort of spanish Booker T & MG's)

Peace!
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Robb_K (robb_k)
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Post Number: 261
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Jimmy Mack: I can't take the time now to think hard about a top ten, but if I did, I'd put "I Only Want to Be With You" and "All Cried Out" by Dusty Springfield ahead of "Stay Awhile", as I feel they have more of a general soul feel. "Stay Awhile" has more of a Philles Girls Group feel to it. Actually, all three of them would surely be on my top ten, along with "Girl Watcher", "You Can Lump It" by The Seminoles, "Baby I Miss You", by Tommy Good, "Whisper You Love Me Boy", "Don't Be Too Long" and "From Head To Toe" by Chris Clark. That's already nine. I'd better leave room for all those I've forgotten. I'd surely love to add "(Just Like) Romeo And Juliette", -but that's only because of The Funks great playing and Sonny Sanders' great arrangement, and Bob Hamilton and Freddie Gorman's great songwriting; - not because of a super-strong soulful vocal by The Reflections.

I like The Righteous Brothers.
I don't like Roy Head, not the The Young Rascals much either, (although they did a pretty good job on "People Got To Be Free").

(Message edited by Robb_K on May 22, 2004)
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Jimmy Mack (luke)
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Posted on Saturday, May 22, 2004 - 8:21 pm:   Edit PostDelete Post   Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

Point well taken per Dusty, Robb.
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Kdubya (paladin)
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Sara Smile/Hall & Oates
Expressway To Your Heart/Soul Survivors
Hey Nineteen/Steely Dan
Midnight At The Oasis/Maria Muldare
Deja Vue/Teena Marie
Hello Its Me/Todd Rungren
Crystal Blue Persuasion/Tommy James
Cant Do A Thing/Chris Isaak
Black Cow/Steely Dan
Groovin/Young Rascals

Hon mention: I cant go for that (no can do) H & O

Funny thing as I tried to post this, I kept getting brain cramps and CRS......this was tough.......
Kdub

See I told ya'll this was tough as soon as I posted I remembered one of the best blue eyed singers, I am greatly embarrassed for not mentioning her for all the pleasure she has given me through her song stylings and that is the most precious Lisa Stansfield. She can hold her own with anyone, actually she took up a lot of slack when Teena was on her sabbatical.


(Message edited by Paladin on May 24, 2004)
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Soul Survivor (charlie_i)
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Thanks to Manny and Kdubya for including us on their lists of Top Ten blue eyed soul singles. It always surprises me when someone mentions our lesser known material and Manny actually owns some!
Charlie Ingui
The Soul Survivors
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Manny (manny)
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Post Number: 198
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Hey Mr. CHARLIE INGUI, In person!!!!!!

How I have enjoy your music during decades!
Recieve a friendly salute and transmit it, please, to your brother (Richard, I believe, ?) and also, if you have the chance to another Soul Survivor great: Neil Larsen!

I hope can find re-editions of your old (and new) material!

I'm flatered by your message, Thank and God Bless You for your precious music.

Peace & Soul Food
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Kev-Lo (7273747576)
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Hi this is Kev-Lo my top 10 Blue eyed soul favorites are
The Cheater-Bob Kuban and the Lo-Men
Expressway To your Hreat-Soul Survivors
Candy Girl-The Four Seasons
Girl Watcher-O'kaysions
Sara Smile-Hall and Oates
Westbound #9-Flaming Embers
Pick Up The Pieces-AWB
Soul Searching-AWB
A Love Of Your Own-AWB
I'm The One-AWB
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Soul Sister (soul_sister)
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Teena Marie:
De-Ja-Vu
Cassanova Brown
One Less Bell
My Dear Mr. Gaye
Irons In The Fire
Fire And Desire- duet with Rick James

Storybook Children-Billy Vera & Judy Clay (mixed duo)
Peave Of Mind-The Magnificent Men
Does Your Mama Know About Me-The Vancouvers (mixed)
Your Still A Young Man-Tower Of Power (mixed)
Soul And Inspiration-The Righteous Bros.
Look Down-Timi Yuro
Groovin-The Young Rascals
Jenny-Mitch Rider & Detroit Wheels
Satisfaction-The Rolling Stones
Over The Rainbow-Sam Harris
Gotta Find Me An Angel-Simply Red

I agree with kev-lo, on The Cheater, Expressway, & Girl Watcher, I haven't heard "Cheater" in 30-something years, good one kev!

S.S.
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Weldon A. Mc Dougal III (weldon)
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Post Number: 175
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The Soul Survivors,hey Charlie remember this,
WELDON
The Soul Survivors
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Manny (manny)
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Post Number: 201
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Hello again, Soulful Friends!!

Hey, Mr. Weldon!

Thanks for this precious present you send for enjoy all of us!
Like your music, your pictures got soul!
I believe in the front place are the Ingui brothers (left and right) and, in the middle, Neil Larsen (?)

Also I believe Classic IV featuring Dennis Yost are a "blue eyed" act. In this case, I wanna add as special mention in my top ten for their fantastic "Stormy". If is not the case, simply, is another soul great tune favorite of mine.

Peace & Soul Food
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Vonnie (vonnie)
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Post Number: 199
Registered: 3-2004
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Charlie,

Welcome to the SDF family, glad that you checked in with us. Please keep posting!

Leave it to our own SDF member Weldon to come up with another goodie! Thanks Weldon
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Treble Clef (treble_clef)
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What a Fool Believes-Doobie Brothers
Your The Only Woman-Ambrosia
Baby Come Back-Ambrosia
How Much I Feel-Ambrosia
Holding Back The Years-Simply Red
One on One-Hall and Oates
I just Wanna Stop-Gino Vanelli
Anything and Everything-Teena Marie
Higher Love-Steve Winwood
Hits-Phil Collins
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Eli (phillysoulman)
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Post Number: 504
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Speaking of Hall and Oates,
Ive just returned from playing on a session for the new H&O cd at Daryl's "home studio" , and let me just say this..
Jaws will drop, its that good!!
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Dayo (dayo)
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This is an interesting thread. I was surprised that so many regard "Groovin'" as blue eyed soul. I'm not sure we came to that conclusion in the UK, but on reflection, it certainly is.

Regarding that record, did anyone else mishear a key lyric in there,that fueled their pre-teen sexual fantasies....?

"Life could be ecstacy,
You and me and Leslie"

By the way.... for blue eyed soul, we've always had a huge regard here for Dean Parish, my fave being "Determination".
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Steve (steve_litos)
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Eli - Thanks for the Hall & Oates info!

Which reminds me that I have to pick up some tickets for the Hall & Oates/Michael McDonald/Average White Band show for my Mom's birthday. It should be great!

I think Felix was singing about his love for his Leslie rotating organ speaker for his Hammond B-3! (Just kidding)

(Message edited by steve_litos on June 01, 2004)
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roger (roger)
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Hello Everyone.

I don't really like "Top 10s" or "Top 5s" or "Top" anythings, as I always find that I end up changing them from week to week ..

So here are 10 "Blue Eyed Soul" tunes that I think ( this week )are worthy of mention.

1 : "Clap Your Hands" - MANHATTAN TRANSFER
On Atlantic from 1975(ish) before they became very successful.

2 : "I Love The Life I Live" - TONY MICHAELS
A solo effort from one of THE REFLECTIONS on Golden World and ( I believe ) the vocal of "Hungry for Love" by THE SAN REMO STRINGS.

3 : "Spooky" - CLASSICS FOUR.
Manny .. I've never heard the CLASSICS FOUR version of "Stormy" ( Hint ), as it was never a hit in the U.K. I only know the versions by THE SUPREMES ( Motown ) and BILLIE ECKSTEIN ( Stax/Enterprise).

4 : "I Wanna Go Back There Again" - CHRIS CLARKE.
( Classic Motown at its finest!! )

5 : "Feel The Real" - DAVID BENDETH.
I know NOTHING of this artist except that this Jazz/Funk gem got released in the U.K. on Sidewalk records in 1978 and made the charts!!

6 : "Girl Watcher" - THE O'KAYSIONS
Still can't believe this group were white, It is just so good!!

7 :- "The Letter" - THE BOXTOPS

8 :- "Don't Bring Me Down" - CHARLIE RICH
A Hi recording as mentioned on the recent CHARLIE RICH thread.

9 :- "All Around The World" - LISA STANSFIELD
When she recorded this she was quite famous in the U.K. as she had presented a childrens T.V. show, seeing as I didn't watch the show back then I'd never heard of her so it came as a surprise when I saw her picture on the cover of the 12"!!

10 - "Big Thing" - BLUE ZONE.
When I moved to London in 1988 I found myself listening in the mornings to a Pirate radio station that played "Rare Groove" .. 95% of the music was mid-late '70's soul ( WILLIE HUTCH, NATURAL FOUR, LEROY HUTSON etc. etc. ) but there were two new releases that they played incessantly .. one was "Fair Play" by SOUL-II-SOUL, the other was this. Oh yes .. and the lead singer was someone called LISA STANSFIELD.

Roger
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DyvaNaye (westside314)
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Spiral Staircase is rarely mentioned in the B-E-S forums...I love this group. 'More Today Than Yesterday' is a song that has been long part of my repitoire for years...and it is a song that I can sing on a day by day basis if I hear it once in a week. Love it!
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kevin quinn (kevin_quinn)
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Manny:
I believe the Soul Survivors picture is this:

Bottom - Charlie Ingui, Neil Larson, Michael Ziegler

Top - Fred Beckmeier, Steve Beckmeier, John Dzubak, Richie Ingui

The Beckmeier's and Neil Larson came over from the group Full Moon.
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Manny (manny)
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Thanks, friend Kevin!

I apreciate much this info. I likes both, Soul Survivors and Neil Larsen (and his collaborations with Buzz Feiten).
In fact, one of my all-time favorite Lp's, "Truth Is The Power" by Migthy Clouds Of joy features Steve Beckmeier and Neil Larsen on guitar and keyboards respectively, and curiously have some very good mid-tempos as "I'll Keep My Light In My Window" that sounds very similar in "spirit" to "City Of Brotherly Love" by Soul Survivors.
The solo album by Neil that includes "Sudden Samba" is another in my extra-long list of hard to find albums!

BTW, Kevin, I see you are "arriviste" and this is only the five post you send. Pardon-me if i don't remmeber you if you're here since the old forum. Anyway, recieve my friendly welcome!

Thanks again & best regards
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Phil (phil)
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Hello Manny, como esta ? I saw the LP (used) "Jungle Fever" on Gemm, at $ 8.05.
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Richard Felstead (felstead2001)
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Gonna sound a little silly but the new single from UK pop idol Will Young is a lovely slice of blue eyed summer soul. It's called Friday's Child, from the album of the same name. The rest of the album is very poppy though.

Also the new album from Tim Dillinger is well worth checking out. The album is called Love Is On My Mind. He has a web-site at www.timdillinger.com and you can hear snippets of all the tracks from the album.

Great blue eyed soul, and he is a native from St Petersburg, Florida.

Well worth listening to, and people like this need your support, right here, right now.

Great to look back, but no harm in looking forwards either.


www.solarradio.com
The Home Of Soul.
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funkcity (funkcity)
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What You won't Do For Love..... Bobby Caldwell
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1wicked (1wicked)
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"This Is It"...Kenny Loggins
90% of the Jon Gibson catalog
"Fire & Rain" & "Sweet Baby James"..James Taylor
"Frankenstein"...Edgar Winter Group
100% of catalog...AWB
"Lowdown"...Boz Scaggs
"Highways of My Life"...Marilyn Scott
"Thunderfoot"....Seals & Crofts (trust me !!)
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1wicked (1wicked)
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"OOO OOO OOO" (soundin' like Officer Toodie on "Car 54 Where Are You")...how can I forget "Summer Rain" by Johnny Rivers ? I still love that song...it's just timeless.
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Kdubya (paladin)
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In response to Soul Survivor, sometimes truth is stranger than fiction. That record united my entire family, the beat, piano, bass line drove us absolutely batty, my Mom, grandmom, Pops and all my brothers and sisters would just jam (dance)to that song until the vinyl became white and then we went bought another one. Living in a major urban area, just a stones(really) throw from a major expressway didn't hurt either.
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Manny (manny)
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Hóla, Phil,
comme allez vous, mon amie?

Many thanks for this info. I think this is the album that includes "Sudden Samba"!!

Merci beaucoup!

(Soul black or white and wine, IMHO, only black, smile!)
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Phil (phil)
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Yes it is, mon ami Manny, it is noted in the description
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Soul Survivor (charlie_i)
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Hey Weldon,
I sure do remember that picture you took on Spruce St. in Philly.Kevin has it right matching the names to the faces.
Dayo mentioned Dean Parrish.Dean is an old friend and we are currently talking about doing some European dates together.I'll keep you posted.
Charlie I.
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Mark Speck (mark_speck)
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It's hard to name my ten absolute favorites, but here are ten I really like:

Soul Survivors--"Expressway to Your Heart"
Bob Kuban & In-Men--"The Cheater"
Bill Deal & Rhondells--"May I"
Spencer Davis Group--"Somebody Help Me"
Rascals--"Come On Up"
Blood, Sweat & Tears (with Al Kooper on lead)--"I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know"
Dean Parrish--"Determination"
Ides of March--"Vehicle"
Tony Joe White--"Polk Salad Annie"
Robert Palmer--"Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley"
Dusty Springfield--the entire 'Dusty in Memphis' LP

Best,

Mark
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paulie3$hoes (paulie3hoes)
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eh not fer nuttin but hows about dat dere tune one too t'ree by dat len fella , capice??#$%^&*(
i t'ink dat fela got blue eyez, catch my $%^& drift??@#$%^&*(
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Weldon A. Mc Dougal III (weldon)
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Hey Charlie, do you still live in Philly?
Weldon
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Soul Survivor (charlie_i)
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Weldon,
I have been living in Maryland on the Eastern Shore but I'm up in Jersey several days a week.
Charlie
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Jimmy Mack (luke)
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Dyva--oh yes--that lead voice on More Today Than Yesterday--wow!Is he still around? And how we can forget Tim Yuro on Whats A Matter Baby?

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