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Chancellor of Soul (harlem_144)
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Post Number: 171
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Posted on Monday, June 28, 2004 - 10:44 pm: Edit PostDelete PostMove Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

Hey SDer's !
Could anyone tell me ...what is the most
popular cut by Sidney Barnes ???? If so .....
what CD is it available on ?????

Thanks !
Mike Boone
(Chancellor of Soul)

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mel(andthensome) (mel)
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Wow Mike
are we talking what he has sang on or wrote on or what?
for me everything he has done for me personaly have been superb.

I have a few outstanding tracks by him so as I cant name a fave ice-cream wont even go there but one that I play a lot is the flip to 'new york city' titled 'Going to a shindig' on the blues tone label no.402

love 'Youll always be in style'
and
'Ihurt on the other side'

dosent help ya mike
but I just cant name a fave anything really.

cheers
mel
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Chancellor of Soul (harlem_144)
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Post Number: 172
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Posted on Tuesday, June 29, 2004 - 12:15 pm: Edit PostDelete PostMove Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

Hey Mel,
Thanks buddy .....but what would say is the
most popular cut that's played by him in the
Northen Soul circuit.

Thanks again !
Mike Boone
(Chancellor of Soul)

chancellorofsoul.com
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Robb_K (robb_k)
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I would guess it would be "I Hurt On The Other Side" on Blue Cat Records. That was very popular on The Northern Soul scene during the 1970s.
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Chancellor of Soul (harlem_144)
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Thanks Robb_K !
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roger (roger)
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Post Number: 119
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Posted on Tuesday, June 29, 2004 - 12:27 pm: Edit PostDelete PostMove Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

Chancellor ..

"I Hurt on The Other Side" is on the Goldmine C.D. "Wigan Forever"

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/o bidos/tg/stores/detail/glance/ -/music/B000024QC0/026-5413318 -2631616

Great tune from the Red Bird/Blue Cat group of labels.

Roger
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Chancellor of Soul (harlem_144)
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Posted on Tuesday, June 29, 2004 - 12:42 pm: Edit PostDelete PostMove Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

Hey Roger !
Thanks a million ! I will check it out !
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Flynny (anoraks_corner)
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Post Number: 66
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You may enjoy the page dedicated to Sidney at:
http://www.anorakscorner.homes tead.com/index.html

Agree that his 'I hurt on the other side' was his big NS play during the 70's, but it's seldom heard out nowadays...possibly due to rarity. You're more likely to hear 'You'll always be in style.

HTH.
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mel(andthensome) (mel)
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Post Number: 213
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Robb
how many all-nighters did you get to in the 70's
mel
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Mark Speck (mark_speck)
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Posted on Tuesday, June 29, 2004 - 11:23 pm: Edit PostDelete PostMove Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

"I Hurt on the Other Side" is also on a CD entitled "Up All Night" on the UK Charly label, but considering Charly's legal difficulties, it's probably not easy to find anymore.

Best,

Mark
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Flynny (anoraks_corner)
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Charly also issued IHOTO on a 45 early on in their history.
(I actually compiled that album, although wasn't credited...vol.II was better though :-) )
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roger (roger)
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Hello Again Everyone.

Flynny.

I have the double L.P. of "Up All Night" on Charley (issued around 1990?), which includes "I Hurt On The Otherside", and presumably this is the one that you were involved in.

When the "Wigan Forever" C.D. came out on Goldmine I couldn't help but notice that there is a HUGE overlap between the tracks on it and "Up All Night". I've always assumed that this is not just mere co-incidence and maybe Charleys legal difficulties were in some way involved. Would you know anything about this?

Also there were differences between the tracks on the Charley L.P. and the C.D. release of "Up All Night", no doubt due to legal reasons .. on the old forum there were a couple of threads that mentioned difficulties between Brunswick records and Charley, which would account for some of the omissions.

I decided to treat myself this morning and played my copy of "Wigan Forever" .. there are some tremendous tunes on it. I ended up being a little late going out to work as I couldn't resist playing "What Difference Does it Make" by KENNY SHEPPARD twice!!

Roger
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Flynny (anoraks_corner)
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Yes, I compiled UAN vol.I. culling tracks from a previous three album Charly NS series, called, 'Rare Soul Uncovered' (I did vol.3!). Brian Rae added the sleeve notes. At this time it was common place for vinyl and CD compilations to differ slightly, usually in favour of the CD, as there was still resistance to said format, and bonus tracks were often included to aid sales. This compilation was also released in other terratories with slightly differing line-ups, and later still on other labels themselves using the best of vol 1 and 2!)
I too noted the similarities between the later Goldmine comp and my/Charly's own comps, but as theirs was with conjunction with Charly, there's no real surprise with the cross-over of tracks.
With regards to legalities, their Brunswick comps happened long after I left the company, so don't know what deal (exclusive/non-exclusive/limit ed catalogue etc) they had with them, sorry.

It has to be said, during the 80's Charly, along with Kent and Soul Supply/Goldmine, produced many fine albums and helped keep the NS flame burning during the scene's lean years (post-Wigan)...indeed, I've had many a soulie tell me during my travels, that these comps were also responsible for igniting the NS-flame in other countries around Europe, which gives us such a healthy bunch of scenes today...united in music.
:-)
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Don (don)
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Post Number: 267
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Posted on Sunday, July 11, 2004 - 8:40 pm: Edit PostDelete PostMove Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

I thought The Sidney Barnes interview was splendid.
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T.L. Harris (tl_harris)
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Posted on Monday, July 12, 2004 - 2:05 am: Edit PostDelete PostMove Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

Hello Everyone,
Sidney Barnes has a great website: www.sidneybarnes.com

You should check it out.

T.L. Harris
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oli67 (ollie)
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Posted on Friday, July 23, 2004 - 5:57 am: Edit PostDelete PostMove Post (Moderator/Admin Only)

secrects is the song for me

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