• 100 Club Anniversary Singles 6T's 1979-2009 - Various Artists CD (Kent)
  • 100 Club Anniversary Singles 6T's 1979-2009 - Various Artists CD (Kent)
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100 Club Anniversary Singles 6T’s 1979-2009 – Various Artists CD (Kent)

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1. Hey Stoney Face – Mary Love
2. The Magic Touch – Melba Moore
3. Not My Girl – The Platters
4. Love Is Gonna Get You – Peggy Woods
5. This Man Wants You – Wally Cox
6. Baby Baby I Want You – The Fabulous Impact
7. I’ll Never Stop Loving You – Carla Thomas
8. What’s With This Loneliness – Chuck Jackson
9. Here Comes Loneliness – The Teardrops
10. Love Has Passed Me By – Phil Terrell
11. Ain’t That Good Enough – John Edwards
12. (Putting My Heart Under) Lock And Key – Sharon Scott
13. You Only Live Twice – Lorraine Chandler
14. Make Up Your Mind – The San Franciscan T.K.O.S
15. Please Let Me In – Johnnie Taylor
16. Come Through Me – Garland Green
17. Ain’t You Glad – Mill Evans
18. Can’t Say No – M&M And The Peanuts
19. To Get Love You’ve Got To Give Love – Debra Johnson
20. (Just A Little) Faith & Understanding – The Magicians
21. Doin’ The Gittin’ Up – The Devonnes
22. I Don’t Wanna Lose Him – The Charmaines
23. What’s One More Lie – Milton Bennett
24. Good News – The Hytones
25. Get To Steppin’ – Jackie Day

Weight 120 g
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100 Club Anniversary Singles 6T's 1979-2009

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Various Artists

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The 6Ts 100 Club all-nighters are about to celebrate their 30th anniversary, an unsurpassed event in discotheque and youth cult history, as these nights have been going about 15 years longer than anything similar.

Yearly from 1986, strictly limited pressings of approximately 400 vinyl 45s have been given out at the September anniversary dances. Mostly unissued titles taken from master tapes, they have been an eagerly awaited event on the Northern Soul scene ever since. This compilation brings all the A-sides together on CD for the first time and includes the very first issued in 1984.

The singles become instant collectors items nowadays, with the first copy on eBay hitting the £50 plus mark immediately. Some are so in-demand that a three-figure price tag is not unknown.

Each track has an interesting history that Father to the Vinyl, Ady Croasdell, will tell in the sleevenotes along with all the amusing (and embarrassing) anecdotes.

It is the CD debut of Jackie Day’s unreleased Modern-recorded in-demand dancer ‘Get To Steppin’’ which is this year’s anniversary 45: but keep it to yourself – just say the last track will be the final piece in the jigsaw.  –  Ace Records

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