Mix of 88 – Duncan Smith (soul)

Duncan Smith mixes the best of soul from 1988.

Broadcast on Mike Shafts ‘Back in Business’.

Download Mix 0f 1988 – Duncan Smith

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32 Responses to “Mix of 88 – Duncan Smith (soul)”

  1. This is one of the best mixes I can remember, “FANTASTIC”
    Tony
    Warrington.

  2. Tony hits the nail on the head as the 1988 mix is outstanding and the best thing in my large collection.Duncan was a genius without a doubt and is sorely missed by me as I looked forward to his annual mixes.

  3. oh yes……………..x

  4. The best !!! I have been looking for this in my attic for ages..i recorded off the radio onto a matal tape!!!

  5. Wow , U cant forget these moments Tunes , Tunes , Tunes !!!!! , i,ve been collecting these for years ……. Mark j Manchester …

  6. Brilliant site, why have I not found this before!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Does anyone recall a female DJ on the Manchester scene in the 80’s called I think “Lanie Dee”? She also did spots at a pub near Ashton I think was called the Blue Pig or something similar? Where is she now, does anyone know??
    Don

  7. I’ll never be able to thank Duncan enough for the 87 and 88 mixes I still have them on the original tapes I recorded them on. My Highest respect for the legend Duncan Smith definitely remembered forever.God Bless you.

  8. whats the name of a full track i need more of you

  9. Tom Grose & The Varsity – More Of You

  10. I know the full track list for 87 and 88 mixes. if there is any others your after.

  11. Superb underated 80s soul funk new jack swing mix by Duncan Smith

  12. Glad to see that even after all this time people are still enjoying Duncan’s mixes,which were superb.

  13. A classic forgotten 80s soul funk classic mix by Duncan Smith from Piccadilly Radio back in the day from Manchester

  14. Would love to get 87 mix??? how can i download it?

  15. greg wilsons 82 mix was top, then chad Jackson did 84 & 85 & mike shaft himself did 86..so mr Wilson started the trend for these wicked annual mixes. when u play the 87 mix it takes you to other screen, right click on play & it says save audio to…then let ur computer do the rest…

  16. Piccadilly Radio in the 80s ruled the airwaves if you had decent receiver if you live 35 miles away this was the station to listen to i first listen to Mike Shaft then the forgotten 80s legend Chad Jackson then another legend came along in 1986 The North Wests legendary happy hardcore house rave legend Stu Allen i met many times before i retired in the 90s who knows you could be i wanna be forever young ?

  17. I know you can listen to these classic late Piccadilly Radio 80s mixes on soundcloud by.late Duncan Smith i stay loyal way back nearly 30years old Old school soul funk early new jack swing even in 2017 they still hold there own.

  18. The late Duncan Smith never copied Greg Wilson and Chad Jackson he did is own style in the late 80s Soul Funk New Jack Swing 87 – 88 mixes are forgotten live mixes Taken care of Business Mike Shaft Duncan Smith mixes will never be forgotten from the North West.

  19. Sadly for me i regret not recording 1987 – 88 Duncan Smiths best of Mixes at least today people are listening to these forgotten classic late 80s Soul Funk classic mixes i hope people appreciate these mixes like i do today nearly 30yrs on.

  20. They will never be forgotten by me.I play the 88 mix at least twice a week.Duncan was a genius.

  21. One of the last greatest underated 80s live mixes from Piccadilly Radio back in the day to me in the 80s Piccadilly Radio back in the day ruled the airwaves from the legendary Gregg Wilson Chad Jackson Stu Allen Duncan Smith

  22. One of the last greatest underated 80s live mixes from Piccadilly Radio back in the day to me in the 80s Piccadilly Radio back in the day ruled the airwaves from the legendary Gregg Wilson Chad Jackson Stu Allen Duncan Smith. Classic old skool lives on forever rewind nothing today compares to this

  23. My comment to the silly people before I depart you should be privileged to listen to one of the greatest underated 80s soul funk mixes ever back in the day Respect to. the legendary underated Duncan Smith RIP in the North West you will never be forgotten for your contribution to Soul Funk New Jack Swing hip hop music back in the day.

  24. Before i depart one of the greatest underated 80s soul funk classic mixes ever yes produced in the north west by Piccadilly Radio back in the day l Dont forget Duncan Smiths contribution to Soul Funk New Jack Swing vibes old school soul funk lives on forever if it moves funk it.

  25. One of the last greatest underated 80s live mixes from Piccadilly Radio back in the day thanks to Mike Shaft who passed the torch to Duncan Smith after Chad Jackson in the middle was The legendary Stu Allen back in 1986 87 .

  26. Yours truly never had the privilege to record. one of the underated greatest 80s live mixes by Piccadilly Radio in 1988 Duncan Smith RIP sadly missed thankyou for your contribution of brilliant underated 80s soul funk classic mixes.

  27. my comment of one greatest underated 80s mixes produced by the legendary Piccadilly Radio Duncan Smiths best of 1988 mix soul funk new jack swing all in one mix from my generation if it moves funk it superb mix.

  28. One of the greatest underated 80s soul funk classic mixes back in the day

  29. yes it is one the greatest underated lste 80s soul funk mixes by legendary Duncan Smith RIP rewind to Piccadilly Radio Mike Shafts Taken care of Business to me the greatest live mixes of all time Like Robbie Vincent said if it moves funk it.

  30. Superb 80s soul funk classic mix by the underated legendary Duncan Smith nuff said

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