Moz

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  1. More Dungeon songs - Wooly Bully - Sam the Sham & the Pharoahs She's About A Mover - Sir Douglas Quintet Let's Hang On - Four Seasons I Spy For The FBI - Jamo Thomas In The Midnight Hour - Wilson Pickett Shotgun Wedding - Roy C The following remind me more of the Beachcomber: Sock It 'Em JB - Rex Garvin & the Mighty Cravers Everything Is Gonna Be Alright - Willie Mitchell That Driving Beat - Willie Mitchell It's Gonna Work Out Fine - Ike & Tina Turner Wade In The Water - Ramsey Lewis Trio Hurt By Love - Inez &
  2. Records bring back memories of each club I went to, maybe they were played more, maybe they stood out to me. The ones for the Dungeon for me are: Upstairs on the jukebox - Soulful Dress - Sugar Pie Desanto Walk On The Wild Side - Jimmy Smith Downstairs on the dancefloor - Night Train - James Brown Open The Door To Your Heart - Darrell Banks The Entertainer - Tony Clarke Boogaloo Party - Flamingos Tightrope - Inex & Charlie Foxx High Heel Sneakers - Tommy Tucker The "in" Crowd - Dobie Gray Stop! In The Name Of Love - Supremes
  3. It was 1967 when we played with Junior Walker. I saw 'Little' Stevie Wonder at the Dungeon in 65/66.
  4. Hi everyone, just joined this site and not read everything yet. I'm looking for pictures and memories for my 'Memories' that I'm writing. I went to the Dungeon, Beachcomber, etc. I've always been different - my scooter was a big orange DKR Defiant. I played in the Salty Dogs - we supported Junior Walker & the All-Stars at the Sherwood Rooms. Was anyone there?
  5. I have 2 channels on YouTube - 'MozMicDawn' contains an assortment of live videos of the band playing. 'MozMoore' contains some songs/music written by my wife and I including one which has been recorded by Lauren Lovejoy.
  6. The Salty Dogs played around Nottingham back in the 60s a combination of soul , r&b, blues - mod music, later a bit of psychedelia. The band contained: Phil - guitar and vocals Johnnie - bass Stan - drums Maurice (me) - guitar, vocals and harmonica. Later John joined us on keyboard and we changed out name to the Velvet Explosion. The band split up when the members started moving around the country. Phil continued playing music in bands such as Slender Loris and is still playing now - I saw him in Nottingham a few months ago as part of Grievous Angel. Johnnie died several years ago
  7. Are you still interested in news about the Salty Dogs?