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      1. Re: Bob Brady & The Concords
           From: Sebastian Fonzeus 


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Message: 1 Date: Mon, 08 Mar 2004 21:15:29 +0100 From: Sebastian Fonzeus Subject: Re: Bob Brady & The Concords Billy G Spradlin wrote: > I was listening to an aircheck of WEAM (then a Washington DC > Top 40 station) from 1966 on http://www.reelradio.com and it > had a snippet of a 45 by Bob Brady and the Concords called > "Goodbye Baby". > I havent been able to find anything about the group anywhere > using Google. Anyone know anything about this record (label) > and if it's been comped on CD? Hello! FANTASTIC TUNE! :) Many of Bob Brady & The Conchords tunes are indeed classics on the northern soul scene. "Goodbye Baby" is one of them and the one currently most in-demand. It was comped a couple of years ago on the "Allnighter 2" CD from Goldmine Soul Supply (www.goldsoul.co.uk), dubbed straight from a 45 so the sound quality leaves a bit to be desired ... but it's a great CD anyway. Check out the impeccable volume 1 in this series as well. Filled to the brim with fantastic stuff. Other BB&TC that have had plays on the northern scene include the very Smokey Robinson-ish "More, More More Of Your Lovin'", "Illusion" and "I Love You Baby". All of their six 45s were released on the Chariot label and one of them was also issued on A&M for wider distribution. That's all I know. Take care! /Sebastian -------------------[ archived by Spectropop ]-------------------
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