Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by ringo, Jul 6, 2017.
thats pure jukebox
£6 the pair
One problem I've had is that many of these singles are only brilliant on one side. I might glue two tunes together as it only takes 52 records at a time.
and a bargain in the region of £100
Just search 'jukebox 7' on ebay innit. some cheap bangers on there
The Beloved Sweet Harmony Motivation Energised - Jukebox 7 Inch 45RPM - 1992 | eBay
£6 reish Harvey* - Any Way You Wanta / She Loves Me So
or here Harvey* / Harvey* And The Spinners* - Any Way You Wanta / She Loves Me So
Madonna - Into the groove UK 7"
Not a fan.
Takes any 7" so not worried about dinked vinyl, any will do, its all about the selection though of course.
Might as well play an mp3, if you're going to buy reissues
Yes! And probably Like A Virgin too, glued together. Yup, £1.47
I've bought mostly originals but I'm not precious about tunes for the jukebox like I am with reggae. Its just got to play loud.
It's the wrong sweet harmony anyway, sorry.
Link Wray's Rumble.
Wasn't this one banned in New York because of fears it would incite riots?
Vicious 7" has Satellite of Love on the b-side, good value Lou Reed - Vicious / Satellite Of Love
You'll have to have this one:
pub i went to a lot that had a jukebox had one tune that everyone seemed to love to play, and that was waterboys whole of the moon. happy memories with that record
There are some jukebox classics I won't have, that's one. Reminds me of an old girlfriend who sadly passed away so a bit of a downer for me anyway.
Got House Of The Rising Sun on it
Some good ones to consider up there ^ ta
The Band - The Weight
I have a Juke Box too , the records that get chosen most on mine , and there is a very big difference according to state of drunkeness , have to be known by everybody so they tend to be mainstreamish
Elvis - Suspicious Minds ( but it could be any one of a number of course )
Monkeys - Daydream Believer
Neil Diamond - Sweet Caroline
Madness - One Step Beyond
Junior Murvin - Police & Thieves
Depeche - New Life ( we are in Essex )
Sylvester - You make me feel ( Mighty Real )
Otis - Dock of the Bay
Fats Domino - Walkin to New Orleans
I can feel the hangover .............................
I don`t know what your local Oxfam shop is like but Chelmsford is great for picking 45s , 1000s all aranged by Artist and Genre . £ 1.50 - £5
Here ringo - I reckon you'll need a couple of killer tunes no one's ever heard of, by groups no one's ever heard of. . . I'll leave nominations for that one to those more versed in these matters than me, though.
60s mono classics, original ska and punk/new wave.
Pure seventies pop.
Great stuff Ringo but you know this juke box is gonna be full of Studio One tunes someday
Meantime, I always loved those records that had a part two on the B side, the best one being Got To Give It Up by Marvin Gaye (hard to find on you tube for some strange reason).
Here's another great tune where A and B side on any jukebox supplemented a pint back in the day.
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