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100 Club Anniversary Singles 6t's 1979-2009

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As well as sourcing old photography for the Kent sleeves there were also many custom photo shoots, ‘Shoes’ being the first proper art direction. Shoes featured the foot styles of the time courtesy of regulars from the 6Ts 100 Club sessions.
For the release of ‘On The Up Beat’ the vision was for more bespoke photographic images, this time capturing the energy of the club scene and a good excuse for some leaping Northern Soul dancers.
Ady and Roger Armstrong also played an important role in the LP themes which usually built around featured song titles. There was a lot of thought and effort going into Kent LPs.

As well as sourcing old photography for the Kent sleeves there were also many custom photo shoots, ‘Shoes’ being the first proper art direction. Shoes featured the foot styles of the time courtesy of regulars from the 6Ts 100 Club sessions.
For the release of ‘On The Up Beat’ the vision was for more bespoke photographic images, this time capturing the energy of the club scene and a good excuse for some leaping Northern Soul dancers.
Ady and Roger Armstrong also played an important role in the LP themes which usually built around featured song titles. There was a lot of thought and effort going into Kent LPs.

Smee, Feet courtesy of 6Ts 100 Club’s dappest Northern sole freaks

6ts 100 Club 30th Anniversary Single - both sides

As well as sourcing old photography for the Kent sleeves there were also many custom photo shoots, ‘Shoes’ being the first proper art direction. Shoes featured the foot styles of the time courtesy of regulars from the 6Ts 100 Club sessions.
For the release of ‘On The Up Beat’ the vision was for more bespoke photographic images, this time capturing the energy of the club scene and a good excuse for some leaping Northern Soul dancers.
Ady and Roger Armstrong also played an important role in the LP themes which usually built around featured song titles. There was a lot of thought and effort going into Kent LPs.

Kent LPs worked because they were put together with love, Roger Armstrong and Ady Croasdell are probably responsible for the best-titled soul compilations ever. It was also unique for this northern northerner getting a flavour of a London perspective on soul tastes as they were never afraid to include R&B, Jazz, Funk or non rarity – music came first! A great attitude.
Kent not only showcased the dance floor hits from the 6Ts 100 Club in London, they echoed the big spins from the time from places like Top of The World in Stafford where Ian was a regular on the decks, no messing about.