Steve Walsh (2)

Real Name:
Steve Walsh
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The larger than life 'London Radio' DJ who was best known for his cover version of 'I Found Lovin' ' and 'Ain't No Stopping Us Now', and also for the now legendary chant of 'You Wot!, You Wot!' as he entertained the crowds who came to see him perform.
Sadly and very prematurely he died on July 3th 1988 at the age of 29, after being injured in a car crash in Ibiza. He returned to London where he underwent further surgery on his injured leg, but then suffered a heart attack and died.

Steve Walsh 1959-1988 R.I.P.
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Singles & EPs

104776 Steve Walsh (2) - I Found Lovin' / Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye album art Steve Walsh (2) I Found Lovin' / Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye (Single, Maxi) A.1. Records 104776 Australia 1987 Sell This Version
DMS-8760 Steve Walsh (2) - Let's Get Together Tonite album art Steve Walsh (2) Let's Get Together Tonite (Single, Maxi) A.1. Records DMS-8760 Philippines 1987 Sell This Version
134.869-5 Steve Walsh (2) - Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now (Party For The World) album art Steve Walsh (2) Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now (Party For The World) (Single, EP) A.1. Records 134.869-5 Netherlands 1988 Sell This Version
OTB 1365-6 Steve Walsh (2) - Party For The World (The Ultimate Party Mix) album art Steve Walsh (2) Party For The World (The Ultimate Party Mix)(12") On The Beat OTB 1365-6 France 1988 Sell This Version
OG 4141 Steve Walsh (2) - I Found Lovin' (Live) / I Found Lovin' (You What! Megamix) album art Fatback* / Steve Walsh (2) Fatback* / Steve Walsh (2) - I Found Lovin' (Live) / I Found Lovin' (You What! Megamix)(12") Old Gold (2) OG 4141 UK 1989 Sell This Version

Compilations

SOS 030 Steve Walsh (2) - Soul On Sound Magazine No.30 album art Various / Slave / Toni Smith / Paul Hardcastle & Steve Walsh (2) Various / Slave / Toni Smith / Paul Hardcastle & Steve Walsh (2) - Soul On Sound Magazine No.30(Cass, Comp, P/Mixed, Smplr) Soul On Sound SOS 030 UK 1984 Sell This Version
OTB 11352-2 Steve Walsh (2) - Party For The World album art Steve Walsh (2) Party For The World(CD, Comp) On The Beat OTB 11352-2 France 1988 Sell This Version

Videos

none Steve Walsh (2) - Street Sounds (TV Advert) album art Steve Walsh (2) Street Sounds (TV Advert)(VHS, Promo, PAL) Street Sounds none UK 1986 Sell This Version
VC 4066 Steve Walsh (2) - Ain't No Stoppin’ Us Now (Party For The World) / I Found Lovin' album art Steve Walsh (2) Ain't No Stoppin’ Us Now (Party For The World) / I Found Lovin'(VHS, PAL) Wienerworld Presentation, The Video Collection VC 4066 UK 1988 Sell This Version

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kingprawn65

kingprawn65

June 9, 2021
edited 11 months ago
A great loss to the underground dance world - saw him play at the Best Disco In Town at the Lyceum when it used to be broadcast live on Capital radio from midnight until 2.00 around 1983/84 And just before he passed away he had just started dropping in to check out the wild goings on at the earliest acid house parties in London. I think he’d have been a massive figure in the London acid house scene that started to take over the world in 1988/89 if he’d have lived. He always spun the sounds that mattered and a massive late 1988 or summer of 1989 M25 rave with Steve Walsh doing his stuff would have been made a unique experience even better. A true larger than life personality of the scene. And loved by all the serious clubbers in London and the South East.
pipiyip

pipiyip

March 17, 2019
edited over 3 years ago
legend in the south east back in the days when DJ's used the mic and the turntables!

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