Goodfoot with Martin Gavin on the decks in 2006

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The Funky Cuts // 1200-1300 16.04.11

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Today's Funky Cuts is dedicated to Goodfoot, Glasgow legendary soul club which rsan in various venues including the SubClub, the RAFA club, The Bedsit at The Caley and The Riverside Club.

Started by a group of mod revivalists and acid jazz fans it lasted on and off for over 16 years. Scott Brown, Barry White, Chris Farrell and the other Scot were the mainstays for most of those years topped up with guest slots form Andrew Divine, Keb Darge, Kev Knowles, Colin Law amongst many.

Today's Funky Cuts includes a set from Martin Gavin who went on to run his own legendary night the Caley Soul club at The Woodside.

Some great and rare Northern soul sides are featured in this edition.

Posted at 08:27, 16th April 2011


No room for Squares
Hank Mobley Blue Note
Thief in the Night
Ben & Spence Kent
Cookie Jackson Okeh
Getting Mighty Crowded
Betty Everett Vee-Jay
Twinkle Little Star
The Traditions Abet
When I with my baby
The Magnetics Sable
Nowhere to run
Martha and the Vandellas Tamla Motown
What do you want from Life
Gene Toons Simco
I feel alright
Turley Richards Columbia
I can't get over losing you
The Incredibles Audio Arts
Your voodoo working
Charles Sheffield Excello
The Love Knot
Charles Wells Goldleaf
I'm the one to do it
Jackie Wilson Brunswick
A woman's work is never done
Regina Shepherd King
If you can want
Smokey Robinson and The Miracles Tamla Motown
What have I got Now
Darrow Fletcher Jacklyn
I'm waiting
Bill Bush Ronn
Ain't myself anymore
Bobby Bland Duke
Thread the needle
The C&C Boys Kent

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