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    Yvon Deschamps - Les Monde Sont Maladies

    Found this at a carboot - 2xlp thing with next to no info on the cover - turns out Mr Deschamps is a French Canadian comedian - the question remains though who's is the music he has as an intro - the cannuck Axelrod? Hope this isn't offensive by the way - my french is nowhere near up to understanding this.

    The Bag - Red, Purple and Blue

    I already had the 45 version of this but I picked up LP recently which has the full length wig out section!

    Tony Mottolla - Tequila

    Them Studio 2 Stereo LPs keep popping up eh? Just when you think you've seen 'em all there's a another new one! Weird. Anyway I picked this LP up because of the label (and the 50p price tag) and to be honest it isn't all that until you get to the last track - proper VV classic methinks.

    Thunder Company - Ridin the Gravy Train

    This is tucked away on an EMI instrumentals comp which I got from a quid box at a record fair - presumably there's a 45 of this kicking about? Nick Ingman and Brian Bennett are behind this funky, drum heavy library-esque thumper.

    Tommy James & the Shondells - Hank Panky

    You cannae beat a bit of basic dancefloor orientated R'n'R every now and then. This 45 is dirt cheap and delivers - enough said.

    Georges Jouvin - Pop Music for Trumpet

    I have to say I know nothing about this - it was a cheap punt. There's 3 or 4 good tracks on this LP in pretty much the same style and there's a rubbish cover of 'Venus' too. Are there any bad records that start with a siren?

    Super-Tubes - Monia

    Found this mysterious LP in the cheap box of LPs you find outside the big book shops in Paris - cost me 20 cents and is largely useless covers but tucked away on it is this orig from the frustrated sessioners - a bit rough and ready but in a good way.

    Herbert Leonard - Cher Monsieur Fantasie

    I love a bit of Traffic me, so how can I resist a cheapy euro b side cover of 'Dear Mr Fantasy'? That's right - I can't. Bigger drums than Traffic too.

    Peridur og Palmi - Eg Vil Ad Pukumir

    As mentioned on Jens chart thread - I believe this is an earlier verion of the Trubrot tune he posted up. Apparantly an Icelandic friend of one of the Oxfam volunteers donated this - I scanned the in box for any Trubrot but nah... oh well - well happy with this LP for a couple of quid - there's another hammond banger on the other side.

    Ossie Layne Show - Midnight Hour

    A bit of funky Hammond noodling to end on I think. Big thanks to the mighty Sarge for not only pointing this out to me but also turning up a copy for me - top mod banana!

    Hope you all find summat you like - nothing overly rare or unkown here just some nice tunage (I think)
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    Nice sounds- thanks man

    Like the 'super tubes' track...no time to tune lads, just bang it out! Hehehe ace
    "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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    Looking forward to this lot Lee,I would have a go myself if i wasn't such a computer dunce..just about to decommsion this P.C and get me brand new one fired up and then maybe i'll be better at using a computer

    Thanks again mate

    nearly bought that herbert leonard last week..i may be tempted now !
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    Hello
    I just joined this forum, and was wondering if you could post Ossie Layne Show - Midnight Hour

    again? I'd also love to hear the Maddox LP!?

    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by LDJB View Post
    Yvon Deschamps - Les Monde Sont Maladies

    Found this at a carboot - 2xlp thing with next to no info on the cover - turns out Mr Deschamps is a French Canadian comedian - the question remains though who's is the music he has as an intro - the cannuck Axelrod? Hope this isn't offensive by the way - my french is nowhere near up to understanding this.

    The Bag - Red, Purple and Blue

    I already had the 45 version of this but I picked up LP recently which has the full length wig out section!

    Tony Mottolla - Tequila

    Them Studio 2 Stereo LPs keep popping up eh? Just when you think you've seen 'em all there's a another new one! Weird. Anyway I picked this LP up because of the label (and the 50p price tag) and to be honest it isn't all that until you get to the last track - proper VV classic methinks.

    Thunder Company - Ridin the Gravy Train

    This is tucked away on an EMI instrumentals comp which I got from a quid box at a record fair - presumably there's a 45 of this kicking about? Nick Ingman and Brian Bennett are behind this funky, drum heavy library-esque thumper.

    Tommy James & the Shondells - Hank Panky

    You cannae beat a bit of basic dancefloor orientated R'n'R every now and then. This 45 is dirt cheap and delivers - enough said.

    Georges Jouvin - Pop Music for Trumpet

    I have to say I know nothing about this - it was a cheap punt. There's 3 or 4 good tracks on this LP in pretty much the same style and there's a rubbish cover of 'Venus' too. Are there any bad records that start with a siren?

    Super-Tubes - Monia

    Found this mysterious LP in the cheap box of LPs you find outside the big book shops in Paris - cost me 20 cents and is largely useless covers but tucked away on it is this orig from the frustrated sessioners - a bit rough and ready but in a good way.

    Herbert Leonard - Cher Monsieur Fantasie

    I love a bit of Traffic me, so how can I resist a cheapy euro b side cover of 'Dear Mr Fantasy'? That's right - I can't. Bigger drums than Traffic too.

    Peridur og Palmi - Eg Vil Ad Pukumir

    As mentioned on Jens chart thread - I believe this is an earlier verion of the Trubrot tune he posted up. Apparantly an Icelandic friend of one of the Oxfam volunteers donated this - I scanned the in box for any Trubrot but nah... oh well - well happy with this LP for a couple of quid - there's another hammond banger on the other side.

    Ossie Layne Show - Midnight Hour

    A bit of funky Hammond noodling to end on I think. Big thanks to the mighty Sarge for not only pointing this out to me but also turning up a copy for me - top mod banana!

    Hope you all find summat you like - nothing overly rare or unkown here just some nice tunage (I think)
    us mods don't half dig them organs wot
    up the organs!
    chocolate rain


    and post up that icelandic one again please
    chocolate rain
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    Quote Originally Posted by SARGE View Post
    us mods don't half dig them organs wot
    up the organs!
    chocolate rain


    and post up that icelandic one again please
    chocolate rain
    Okey Dokey Weird Blokey -

    Here's Ossie Layne:

    mod organs

    Icelandic Mods:

    Brrrrrr

    and here's a Brucie Bonus - Pumpkin Lantern Acetate by the Pathfinders:

    pumpkin
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    Quote Originally Posted by LDJB View Post
    and here's a Brucie Bonus - Pumpkin Lantern Acetate by the Pathfinders
    wow - I presume it's the Poets Pathfinders? Sounds like their Byrdsian pop vein - thanks for sharing such a rarity Lee - shame about the condition but that's expected on an acetate - may be worth getting someone with the relevent computer software to polish it up a bit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Col Wolfe View Post
    wow - I presume it's the Poets Pathfinders? Sounds like their Byrdsian pop vein - thanks for sharing such a rarity Lee - shame about the condition but that's expected on an acetate - may be worth getting someone with the relevent computer software to polish it up a bit?
    Yes indeed it is the 'poets' Pathfinders lot - you wanna hear the A too? Not as good mind - Well here it is:

    to love somebody

    I have to say that this is on it's way to being Divine's rarity but nice things will change hands - he is bonkers about the Poets and it will be a good home - I think he has plans to tyr and clean it up.
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    Cheers for putting those up Lee - I really, really like that Pathfinders. I've only got one Poets 45 that I found for a quid and have never got round to chasing up any others for some daft reason or other...

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