Moz

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  1. Sunday December 8th 2019  7:30 till late    At the Southbank Bar, Nottingham City

     

    Come and celebrate Christmas with Dungeon Daze. We will be playing our usual blend of Soul, Motown, R&B, Blues - all that music you all loved to dance to in the Dungeon Club back in the 60s.

    £5 admission by ticket - available shortly from Gigantictickets.com, Andy Hallam, Ann Barry and band members.

    All proceeds to Bloomin' Dementia.

    Please Note: This is at the Southbank Bar in Nottingham City - used to be known as The Approach, or in our day Toby's store.

     

     

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/qkx13sh4RUfseZnYA

     

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  2. If interested, here are a selection of songs we play which may be heard at one of our gigs:

     

    634-5789 - Wilson Pickett

    A Whiter Shade Of Pale - Procol Harum

    Ain’t Nothing But A Houseparty - Showstoppers

    Ain’t Too Proud To Beg - Temptations

    All Day and All of the Night - Kinks

    All Or Nothing - Small Faces

    Barefootin’ - Robert Parker

    Dimples - John Lee Hooker

    Everybody Needs Somebody To Love - Solomon Burke

    Get Ready - Temptations

    Gimme Some Lovin’ - Spencer Davis Group

    Gloria - Them

    Green Onions - Booker T & the Mgs

    Handbags & Gladrags - Chris Farlowe

    Hang On Sloopy - McCoys

    Hey Joe - Jimi Hendrix

    High Heel Sneakers - Tommy Tucker

    Hold On I’m Coming - Sam & Dave

    Honky Tonk Women - Rolling Stones

    In The Midnight Hour - Wilson Pickett

    Jumpin’ Jack Flash - Rolling Stones

    Keep On Running - Spencer Davis Group

    Knock On Wood - Eddie Floyd

    Land of 1000 Dances - Wilson Pickett

    Little Red Rooster - Rolling Stones

    Louie Louie - Kingsmen

    Money - Barrett Strong

    Mustang Sally - Wilson Pickett

    My Girl - Otis Redding

    Not Fade Away - Rolling Stones

    Proud Mary - Ike & Tina Turner

    Respect - Otis Redding

    Route 66 - Rolling Stones

    Shout - Lulu & the Luvvers

    Some Kind Of Wonderful - Soul Brothers Six/Grand Funk Railroad

    Soul Man - Sam & Dave

    Sunshine Of Your Love - Cream

    The Last Time - Rolling Stones

    Time Is Tight - Booker T & the Mgs

    Tracks Of My Tears - Miracles

    Walking The Dog - Rufus Thomas

    We Gotta Get Out of This Place - Animals

    Whatcha Gonna Do About It - Small Faces

    Wooly Bully - Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs

    You Really Got Me - Kinks

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  3. The Dungeon Club reunion group goes from strength to strength and now up to 150 people meet up regularly each month to reminisce about the 60s, Mods,, music, clothes, renew old friendships or make new ones and listen or dance to the music they first heard in the club.

     

    Last year it was decided that a band should be formed out of the membership to play that music. Dungeon Daze was formed, playing the music heard in the club and has gone on to perform at various establishments around Nottingham incuding some well-known haunts of the past:

    • at Parkas at both the Boat Club and the Brit,
    • at Cotgrave Welfare supporting a blast from the past, Jimmy James & the Vagabonds,
    • and earlier at Saltbox where we held a birthday party for the many Dungeon members who were born in 1949 and yes this year they were all 70 years young (and they're still dancing the night away).

     

    We would like to make people aware of our news and schedule (including any gigs coming up in the near future).

     

    We are setting up a new news service, sent to you on a regular basis, initially as an e-mail.

     

    To be added to our mailing list, please send your name and e-mail address to us. This can be through:

     

    • e-mail - dungeondazeband@gmail.com
    • messenger - m.me/dungeondaze

     

    Please pass this information on to your friends who are not on social media.

     

    Those on Facebook can like our page 'Dungeon Daze' to keep up to date,

     

    Hope to see some of you at a future gig.

     

    Maurice

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  4. I have a Carlsbro Marlin amplifier somewhere but no documentation. I don't know the number but I think it has 6 channels and output is 300 watts. I connect it to a pair of Carlsbro speakers (150 watts each) which are very heavy as each cabinet contains 2 x 12 inch speakers. I have not used this set up for many years, but remember getting the amp fixed at some stage at the Music Inn. I could do with getting rid of all this some time but didn't know if there was still a market for it.


  5. I think it was Keith ....was his surname Wright ?

    The names I remember were Norma, Vivienne and Paddy Dean ( west bridgford ) Alan Hickman ,Sandra Aram ( think they use to dance together, Sandra from Aspley, Alan Hucknall or Bulwell ).......the rest will come to me later ......the lady that made the skating dresses lived up bluebell hill road st Ann's .......

    Correct, Chrissie, it was Keith Wright - the photo had become detached from its page in the album, where it had his name. Norma, Vivienne and Paddy are all on the photos, but she doesn't remember Alan and Sandra.


  6. Hi Moz,

    Reading Micky's blog bought back so many memories.....I had lessons with Monty Redhead until my love of athletics led me to train at Harvey Hadden stadium ...Recognise a lot of people on those photos including Norma Bowmar ........think she lived at Underwood ?

    Micky confirms that Norma lived at Underwood - as she went over there for tea. She doesn't remember everyone's names - can you help please. For example, on the picture with Monty Readhead, there is Norma and Micky, do you know the young man's name - she thinks it might be Keith and she thinks he was a hairdresser.


  7. Not very exciting compared to everyone else's memories of pop music in the '60's, cos I never went to a concert, but I did participate in Hot Ice at the Ice Stadium. The Beeb taped 6 shows, lots of pop groups/singers appeared lip syncing to their latest songs, and we skated around in the background. David Jacobs was the compere, this would be around 1964/65.

    You've made Micky, my wife, very happy. She skated in one of these shows and later saw herself on the programme on TV. She has been looking for mentions of it on the internet or footage on YouTube but been unsuccessful. She thought it was called Hot Ice, not 'The Cool Spot'. She remembers skating to Dave Berry & the Four Pennies. She remembers there was a real buzz around the stadium. All the skaters were very excited about seeing the stars and being on TV.

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