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    Default Weekday 4-8 September finds

    My girl just stumbled on a huge cache of unmoved Bollywood record stock and sussed me to them. Grabbed a few of the more interesting items and scored a few doubles so pm me if your interested (I have an aversion to anything with breaks)

    R.D.Burman: Jheel Ke Us Paar
    Naushad: Ram aur Shyam
    Naushad: Rattan
    Kalyanji Anandji: Mere Humsafar (doubles)
    Kalyanji Anandji: Karmayogi
    Laxmikant Pyarelal: Geeta Mera Namam (doubles)
    Shankar Jaikishan: Shivkar
    Bappi Lahiri: Aaj Kaa M.L.A (doubles)
    Shyam: Kalliyamkattu Neeli/Urakkam Varatha Rathrikal (doubles, interesting fills/break)
    S.Mohinder: Papi Tarey Anek (doubles)
    M.Ashraf/Kamel Ahmed: Rangeela Aur Munawar Zareef (doubles)
    Ilaiyaraja: Kamagni

    and earlier this week:

    Sid/Simon Philips- Two Generations

    Not too bad a week thus far and my first record haul since my 21st

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    just found a few in cancer research

    Billy Harper- black saint
    Flora Purim- butterfly dreams-stories to tell
    Spyrogyra-morning dance
    Michael Mantler/Carla Bley-Watt/3
    Terje Rypdal-Works
    Gary Burton/Keith Jarrett
    Armando Peraza- Wild Thing

    I know none of them are '!!!!FINDS!!!!' but it seems like ages since I've had that chance to peek into someones collection like this...was a whole load of jazzy stuff, mostly Santana/McLaughlin type stuff, but these looked a bit more interesting. I'm chuffed

    *edit* had a listen, and if anyones interested in any bar Armando Peraza, I'd happily trade...all ex-m
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    "Not only that but the WHOLE COVER is UNCREASED with only 2 or 3 TINY creaselines near the opening edge about half way down!!!! In the same place (about half way down the opening edge), there is an absolutely TINY and PERFECTLY repaired split" (xxxrecords)

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    Jerry Murad's Harmonicats - Harmonica Rhapsody (CBS)

    String Driven Thing - The Machine That Cried (Charisma)

    Ruins - S/T (Shimmy Disc)

    Alcione - Morte de um Poeta (Philips)

    McDonald & Giles - S/T (Island/EG) [UK Island pink label, but assume it's a later press due to price paid & EG affiliation on label]

    Henry Kaiser etc - Crazy Backwards Alphabet (SST)

    Shock Headed Peters - Life Extinguisher (Beach Culture)

    Annette Peacock - Abstract Contact (Ironic)

    John Zorn - The Big Gundown: Plays Music Of Ennio Morricone (Icon/Nonsuch)

    also got Viva Cheeba's trade package at the depot this morning, so looking forward to giving Hell Preachers Inc - Supreme Psychedelic Underground (Europa) a spin later!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wayne
    John Zorn - The Big Gundown: Plays Music Of Ennio Morricone (Icon/Nonsuch)
    Wow! Where did this turn up? He was on the cusp of his thrash jazz period here so you can imagine how he mangles up Morricone. You may already be a Zorn fan and know what to expect, but this ain't easy listening. Check out Erotico, though. The only track I know that credits "sexy italian vocals". I'd actualy shortlisted it for my swap CD, might have to do a rethink now.

    Thats a Zorn album on the avatar, incidentally.

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    That's Chiba with an I! Not 2 "ee's" !!!

    Got your package today too Wayne, liking the look of Confessions of. . .LP. Great cheesy cover art!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by piglit'n'rolf
    Wow! Where did this turn up? He was on the cusp of his thrash jazz period here so you can imagine how he mangles up Morricone. You may already be a Zorn fan and know what to expect, but this ain't easy listening. Check out Erotico, though. The only track I know that credits "sexy italian vocals".
    Came from Selectadisc secondhand bins: find Zorn very hit and miss, but do like enough of what I've heard for the prospect of his takes on Morricone to be worth a cheap punt - but not listened yet...will definitely pay attention to Erotico, though!

    Quote Originally Posted by Viva Chiba
    That's Chiba with an I! Not 2 "ee's" !!!
    Oops. Rushed typing. And it's been a long week...
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    Serendepity singers: Take your shoes of with...
    liking the songs "Lazy afternoon" and "Autumn wind"

    + E.T. and Willy Wonka on DVD

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    The local Oxfam had put out some new stock today. The local British Heart shop has as well, mainly Country and Western.

    The Crusaders, Free As The Wind.

    Dusty Springfield, Stay A While. Fontana lable 1966.

    The Chieftains Live, CBS lable 1977.

    Tom Jones, I, Who Have Nothing. Decca, Sterio.

    James Young, Behind The Barricades. Comedy record.

    Cat Stevens, Teaser and the Firecat. Island lable. 1971.

    I seem to be finding Cat Stevens in the last two months. I got Catch Bull At Four last month, Tea With The Tillerman and Greatest hits yesterday and now this one.

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    Default Nice LP - good piece, well played...

    Billy Harper- black saint

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    One interesting find yesterday - Mystery Maker - S/T. Private press Xtian prog folk thing with sky high book price for fifty pence. Anyone know anything about it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Jimmy Oddman
    One interesting find yesterday - Mystery Maker - S/T. Private press Xtian prog folk thing with sky high book price for fifty pence. Anyone know anything about it?
    all i know is that i'd be getting it on e-bay james
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duncan
    The local Oxfam had put out some new stock today.
    Enjoy it while you can.

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    I know I may have dissed Herbie Mann on here once or twice but turned up
    Herbie Mann Afro-Jazz Sextet & 4 Trumpets - Common Ground - Atlantic US for a quid this morning & it's very worthy.
    You can't take a stocking offa bare leg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Jimmy Oddman
    One interesting find yesterday - Mystery Maker - S/T. Private press Xtian prog folk thing with sky high book price for fifty pence. Anyone know anything about it?
    does it have the booklet?
    We know when a mate buys it for you too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barky redwood
    Enjoy it while you can.
    oxfam have been putting stuff on ebay for ages haven't they?? don't think it'll stop them putting stuff out in the shops....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoneyVotel
    I know I may have dissed Herbie Mann on here once or twice but turned up
    Herbie Mann Afro-Jazz Sextet & 4 Trumpets - Common Ground - Atlantic US for a quid this morning & it's very worthy.
    he's a patchy kinda guy but he has his moments,i recently got the album with rufus harley on - ace record !

    when we gonna have a beer mark-you're only down the damn road !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoneyVotel
    I know I may have dissed Herbie Mann on here once or twice but turned up
    Herbie Mann Afro-Jazz Sextet & 4 Trumpets - Common Ground - Atlantic US for a quid this morning & it's very worthy.

    I love Herbie Mann...I've got 'a mann and a woman' with Tamiko Jones, and a split lp with Joao Gilberto...both are excellent...esp mann and a woman
    "Not only that but the WHOLE COVER is UNCREASED with only 2 or 3 TINY creaselines near the opening edge about half way down!!!! In the same place (about half way down the opening edge), there is an absolutely TINY and PERFECTLY repaired split" (xxxrecords)

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    Thrift finds:

    Eugene McDaniels -Outlaw (Atlantic 1970)

    Hell's Angels '69 OST (Capitol 1969)

    Karma -Funk de Mambo 12" (Horizon 1976)

    Hank Thompson's Dance Ranch w/the Brazos Valley Boys (Capitol 1958)

    And a nice set of 78s in a handsome illustrated binder:

    The Southernaires -A Recital of Spirituals (Decca)

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    Also two 78s by Big Bob Kornegay, about whom I know nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john stapleton
    does it have the booklet?
    Yeah, it actually has two copies of the booklet for some reason.

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    Just back from India - no records there I tell you! Great and crazy place though.

    Anyroad a quick tootle around my local chazzers netted:

    Ronnie & The Pomona Casuals - Everybody Jerk (looks great and would appear to have Lee Dorsey and James Brown covers on it - anyone know this?)
    Assagai - Afro Rock (the MFP one - spare)
    Various - Afro Rock Festival (like the version of 'Listen Here' on this - spare)

    Also got a bunch of stuff waiting for me in the post which reminds me - who where Larrys Rebels apart from being a NZ pop sikey band and why did they cover the Creation's 'Painter Man'? Very Strange!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LDJB
    who where Larrys Rebels apart from being a NZ pop sikey band and why did they cover the Creation's 'Painter Man'? Very Strange!
    what do you mean? I'm looking out for their 'study in black' lp, got a great moody cover...never heard any though
    "Not only that but the WHOLE COVER is UNCREASED with only 2 or 3 TINY creaselines near the opening edge about half way down!!!! In the same place (about half way down the opening edge), there is an absolutely TINY and PERFECTLY repaired split" (xxxrecords)

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    Quote Originally Posted by LDJB
    Just back from India - no records there I tell you! Great and crazy place though.
    Really? Where did you go?

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    picked up the following in a sale box:

    lp

    rollerball ost
    yusef lateef - s/t (chess)
    baden powell - canto on guitar (mps)
    bob seger - smokin' o.p.s (capitol)
    don ellis orchestra - electric bath (cbs) -spare-
    bootsys rubber band - aah...the name is bootsy, baby!

    45s

    sharon jones - got to be the way it is
    sharon jones - pick it up, lay it in the cut
    sharon jones - what have you done for me lately
    soul diggers - soul dig
    brian auger - inner city blues/light on the path

    ...and then the SPOOKY ray terrace lp, well not in the sale box though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarin
    Really? Where did you go?
    Mumbai - just had no time really and all enquiries I made of the local / blokes I was working with all gave me blank stares.

    Did I miss out on a good place or something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by effi_deep
    bob seger - smokin' o.p.s (capitol)
    Great LP - Teegarden and VanWinkle innit - was a top Fuz recommendation made me get it.
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    della reese: one more time, live at the playboy club - w it was a very good year

    don patterson: opus de don - straight but nice enuff hammond jazz on prestige

    and just for fun:
    enoch light: discotheque vol. 2 - loving the production and orchestration but haven't yet heard anything really exciting by him

    the night strings: soulful, the love machine - yet another late 60s inst cover thing, promising string version of god bless the child + on days like these

    and rollerball on vhs - can't get enuff cheesy old sci-fi movies, starring james cann and bond babe maud adams


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    Quote Originally Posted by LDJB
    Great LP - Teegarden and VanWinkle innit
    yes to both!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LDJB
    who where Larrys Rebels apart from being a NZ pop sikey band and why did they cover the Creation's 'Painter Man'? Very Strange!
    Well so did BONEY M






    they also did



    OMG Boney M in a MOD SHOCKER

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    Stopped off somewhere (not sure, as I got a bit lost) en route from a long boring week in Bourenmouth.

    Beatles - Help, With the Beatles,Beatles For Sale, Hard Day's Night & Sgt Peppers - all original first pressings

    Otis Redding - Pain in my Heart

    Little Richard - Great Hits

    Art Pepper - New York Album

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