The song was definitely about BJK, but as I'm sure you're aware she didn't come out until some years after the songs release.As for Reg and Philadelphia Freedom,i think it was more about BJK coming out than ladies,drag queen soul (less) muzak
it was Waltho, l was insulted by Tinhatter first, then that thing Sardine joined in as well. I ask Tinhatter what he was talking about basically and got nothing in reply. Hit and Run eh ! Theres a thread for all that, so why bring it onto this one ?To think, this thread started about the music from the city of brotherly love.
At my daughters wedding l put together 8 or 10 Tom Moulton remixes as background music while we ate the meal. They was also going to walk out of the ceremony to the Delfonics "Didn't l Blow Your Mind" , their choice, until they realised it was about breaking up
Moulton on fire
Bit late,Waltho, I've just been told that George Clinton is on today in Kentish Town, trying to find out a bit more about it right now as I'm in London visiting my grandkids.
Gonna take some persuading my misses into it though.
Do you know of any open air music events east London way today ? l could take the kids. We were going to Stratford park, but there's normally something going on down by the river there, East Village, l think its called.
Bit knackered now took the 2 little n”s fair and they knock the guts out of ya !! Might heAd Camden way later.Bit late,
I haven't looked into anything going on today as I'm just sat in the garden doing nothing.
You cant go wrong at the Olympic park & surrounding canal/ river
No worries I’ve got thick skin ! I only responded to your post that’s all.Sorry to upset you BNET, I had been told by a few roofers that you had a great sense of humour and liked a bit of banter .My extensive music library consists of most genres- reggae,country,rock,early Motown,Stax,Central African,gospel,I never think i have superior music taste,everybody to their own,as for being arrogant look in the mirror,g’day..
I actually like a bit of Philly now and again and my music taste is basically the full soul spectrum including house, northern, crossover, jazz, and everything in between. I posted the Philly thread as I was listening to stuff I’d hadn’t heard before along with Bloodstone who I knew nothing of except one song !Sorry to upset you BNET, I had been told by a few roofers that you had a great sense of humour and liked a bit of banter .My extensive music library consists of most genres- reggae,country,rock,early Motown,Stax,Central African,gospel,I never think i have superior music taste,everybody to their own,as for being arrogant look in the mirror,g’day..
Bloodstone?saw them at Camden Roundhouse,72ish,supporting Elton John, Easter Sunday,excellent,Marquis lads well loaded,Palace away next day,borebage might have been present,as for the Bruin spat, i was well out of order/my head,apologised,all good now,hopefully.,Nice evening for a pint or 2 round there.
My missus choir played The Jazz Cafe last night..."House Gospel Choir"