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    Great selection, some of my favourites in there, three of which I've found in the charities for 50p a piece! I guess good things will come to those that wait. Still need to find a copy of Elizabethan Songbook & the New Jazz Orchestra in the wild tho! Thanks for sharing - Barney Wilen was a completely new one on me, great stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by folkishienne View Post
    16: B.J Ward: Vocal Ease – Catfish. The Title cut is a kind of groovy female jazz number with upfont vocals in a similar vein to Doris et al. I can’t shake the chorus and it hasn’t left my deck since it came through the door. More than a one trick pony, this Lp features several decent tracks including ‘The Loner’ (as comped on the folk funk boot) The main downside to this LP is the poor quality catfish pressing... Vocal Ease.mp3
    Wow, great version! I really love the Humblebums and pretty much everything Gerry Rafferty did between 1969 and 1979, so thank you for this cool treat!
    Last edited by alanmck; 30-10-2008 at 10:00 PM. Reason: pruning for speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crawdaddy Simon View Post
    Wow, great version! I really love the Humblebums and pretty much everything Gerry Rafferty did between 1969 and 1979, so thank you for this cool treat!
    I've not heard the Rafferty version, sounds ineresting any chance of an MP3??

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    nice again! I must get a Dusk Fire if I see a cheap one.....

    We know when a mate buys it for you too.

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    Simply beautiful. Really appreciate the time and effort you're putting into this, top stuff sir!

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    loving it too.
    thanks for more great treats.
    is that bj ward lp tough to find?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobusan View Post
    is that bj ward lp tough to find?
    It's not the easyest beast to find it the wild, but they do turn up on the net from time to time. The main problem is the Catfish pressing is poor to start off with (Unlaminated cover too) so finding one in decent condition that sounds good is a little tricky. I tracked one down from a dealer in Holland got all excited then had to back it when it arrived and wait another year for my copy to turn up. There's one up on the Bay at the moment but it looks pricey for the condition: here
    I'd say the Utrecht fair is the place to try and catch one of these, it's Dutch after all.

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    Yes great stuff! I'm loving them all and probably wouldn't have heard any of them if not for the mp3s.
    Last edited by BeatsDeluxe; 30-05-2007 at 09:14 AM.

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    Matt, you sneaky cow! Cavril Payne!!!!! Sheeeee-it! You on for a kicking at llama fella!
    it's time for some heartbeats

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soul-Fiend View Post
    Matt, you sneaky cow! Cavril Payne!!!!! Sheeeee-it! You on for a kicking at llama fella!
    Sweet, just lay off me teats...

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    Quote Originally Posted by folkishienne View Post
    Sarge? Is that you?!?
    You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by folkishienne View Post
    It's not the easyest beast to find it the wild, but they do turn up on the net from time to time. The main problem is the Catfish pressing is poor to start off with (Unlaminated cover too) so finding one in decent condition that sounds good is a little tricky. I tracked one down from a dealer in Holland got all excited then had to back it when it arrived and wait another year for my copy to turn up. There's one up on the Bay at the moment but it looks pricey for the condition: here
    I'd say the Utrecht fair is the place to try and catch one of these, it's Dutch after all.
    thanks.i saw that one up on e-bay and it's a bit pricey for me.will hold of for now.is catfish the only issue ??
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    Thumbs up Thank You

    Wonderful. The education goes on.

    Cheers Folkishienne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by folkishienne View Post
    UPDATED 15th June 2007

    23) Yusef Lateef Quintet: Sister Mamie (Part 2) – Impulse. Pretty much a Vulture jazz staple. Here’s the flip (Part 2) for those who haven’t heard it. Yusef blows for his life on this live recording – I’ve received more complaints from the neighbors about this track than pretty much any other – This track requires volume
    Sister Mamie pt 2.
    I love "sister mamie" - the intro is prototype drum n'bass

    Quick question though - why have it on a 7" split into 2 parts rather than as nature intended it to be heard on the "live at peps" Lp? Putting jazz tunes like this on a 7" seems perverse in the extreme (don't tell me you have a jazz jukebox at home )
    Last edited by alanmck; 30-10-2008 at 10:01 PM. Reason: pruning for speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirSlim View Post
    (don't tell me you have a jazz jukebox at home )
    doesn't everyone?
    We know when a mate buys it for you too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirSlim View Post
    I love "sister mamie" - the intro is prototype drum n'bass

    Quick question though - why have it on a 7" split into 2 parts rather than as nature intended it to be heard on the "live at peps" Lp? Putting jazz tunes like this on a 7" seems perverse in the extreme (don't tell me you have a jazz jukebox at home )
    I know what your saying, two part jazz 45's are a bit of a nause. For some reason the Latief doesn't grate me as much as the two pt 45 by Charles Earland 'Leaving this planet' which I've only listened to a couple of times (Even though I like the track) because of the fade in and outs - I can't bug out to fadeouts

    You sew a naughty seed sir! I now need a jazz jukebox

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    updated Monday 25th of June 2007
    See first post Jump

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    Quote Originally Posted by folkishienne View Post
    28) Chris McGregorís Brotherhood Of Breath: RCA Neon...
    Thanks Matt... PHWOAR!
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    I love this thread

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    UPDATED 10TH JULY 2007
    See first post

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    More top stuff sir!

    "Shepherd Oak" and "Down Another Road" are both favourites.

    Never been able to get on with Black Marigolds apart from "Ursula", though.
    We know when a mate buys it for you too.

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    top selection! I've never heard any of them b4 and they amazin. Can't believe i've been sleeping on UK Jazz!

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    amazing work, well done!

    I think everybody would like more of these kind of threads, that's for sure, I know I would.

    The intro to William Russo's track is uncannily similar to the Cinematic Orchestra's track "All things to all men" with Roots Manuva, wonder if Tom Chant has heard this track?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by folkishienne View Post
    I've not heard the Rafferty version, sounds ineresting any chance of an MP3??
    Sure thing! Humblebums - Keep It To Yourself

    Sorry it took so long!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crawdaddy Simon View Post
    Sure thing! Humblebums - Keep It To Yourself

    Sorry it took so long!
    Thank you squire, I really enjoyed this one too!

    Chart updated Friday 17th Aug - See first post

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    top selection again mister.
    very jealous on the ol' Edith Hill lp,been after that for some time now.
    did it set you back a bit, if you don't mind me asking?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobusan View Post
    top selection again mister.
    very jealous on the ol' Edith Hill lp,been after that for some time now.
    did it set you back a bit, if you don't mind me asking?
    A few showed up sealed a while back, all in the price is less than a few years back.

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