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    Quote Originally Posted by amidar View Post
    Been going through a big pile of records mostly for the out pile. I've had a couple of 'Buzzy Linhart' records for a while 'The Time to Live is Now' his third I think from 1971 and his fourth 'Buzzy' from 1972 which contains this great piece. I never knew he was an accomplished vibes man and played on 'Cry of Love' my favourite Hendrix release. :

    Excellent. I have his 'Pussycats Can Go Far' LP which has lots of good moments. Nothing on there is going to set the world alight but there are plenty I can listen to again and again such as this one which is an in-car classic for us. It's a perfect pop record for me. He straddles quite a few styles in a way that people no longer do.

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    I thought a similar thing he has a unique upbeat take on style, it all sounds kind of west coast and very rock and roll with a bit of everything else mixed in. You could say it has a shambolic feel certainly on the two I picked up but it's clearly him just getting lost in it all and going for it, sounds a proper character too.

    The two albums I have are far from solid but that track hit me straight away he even gets away with segueing into Little Richard at the end. They'll probably grow on me especially the 'Buzzy' one.

    I had a chance to pickup that Pussycat album from the same seller for a quid as I was making up a bulk purchase but was unsure whether he was going to hit me with silly postage charges but turns out he was fairer than fair so I missed out. I cant remember what I was bulking out but do remember he had a lot of odd ball records going through. I say odd ball, what I really mean is he had interesting stuff and not lots of Kenneth McKellar and Readers Digest records.

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    Some deep jazzy enka, Noboru Ando. Need more of his LP's but they're damn hard to find.

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    This from a freebie from Bongolia its from 1969 and immediately put me in mind of 'Farmers Market' who if you know them did insanely complex balkan jazz fusion from the 90's onward. Apparently it's in a 33/16 time signature I'd never have worked that out, but I knew it was odd! :



    Oh and 'Farmers Market' to remind myself what they sound like, head bending. :


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    this single up on ebay at the moment, scroll down listing to hear Hippie Girl

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    Killer!

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    A mention of this a short while ago in another thread prompted me to dust down my air guitar. Looking for Youtube backing I found this:



    Must watch the Killing Joke track sometime.

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    I wanna see you 'dad dancing' to Stockhausen first Funk!

    I've been pretty obsessed with this album over the last few days it's mind-bendingly good hard to pick a highlight but track 1 side 2 with its ominous opening before some sweet Hammond action is a good choice. :

    Last edited by amidar; 06-04-2017 at 06:48 PM. Reason: missing vid

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    nice find at a fair for a £1 yesterday


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    pop magic right now!


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    a charity shop find today, sexy Bond type themes available only through Penthouse magazine in '66
    sorry no youtube link

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    Starting the day with this cheap Allen Toussaint production of ex child star 'Browning Bryant' from 74'. I'm in full nautical gear for this one or nautique as I like to call it!


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    I really don't think this is too loud enough right now despite all the thumping coming from upstairs!


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    Greasy sleazy




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    Don Ellis - Shock Treatment.....wow, amazing music. Everyone needs this album.

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    This Xian LP from 71 :




    and more Xian, not my blog but seems to still be up. :


    http://bkmusic777.blogspot.co.uk/201...-you-1978.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by amidar View Post
    This Xian LP from 71 :




    and more Xian, not my blog but seems to still be up. :


    http://bkmusic777.blogspot.co.uk/201...-you-1978.html
    You're going to have to school me on Xian at some point, I have no idea about it or where to start/whats essential. Seems like there's some interesting stuff out there...

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    Fuz and BoiBach are good with all things Xian. I kind of just punt based on year, label etc. It's a low hit rate for me!

    Was a bit unsure when I saw that blog needed a password but I've downloaded it and it seems fine.

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    hot enough for ya?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amidar View Post
    Starting the day with this cheap Allen Toussaint production of ex child star 'Browning Bryant' from 74'. I'm in full nautical gear for this one or nautique as I like to call it!

    Full diggage!

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    Had an instinct Gene Pitney's 1975 album on Bronze might yield something, maybe it was his cool knitted cardie. Bit of smooth funk so far, I'm not holding my breath for ought else but I dig this. :



    EDIT: The rest of the album is pretty much terrible but I love that if I do a swap it's on. Cheap 45" too, gotta be known with that break. Pitney funk!
    Last edited by amidar; 28-05-2017 at 11:44 PM. Reason: finished listening

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    GUITAR GODZ
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    Blasted a bit of the mighty U-Roy today...


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    Love the intro to this track. Great bass player.
    Great LP all round.
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    I just picked up the CD of Eels B-sides, rarities, etc. at a booter, amused to find there's a Moog Cookbook version of 'Novocaine For The Soul'

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    Moogy Cover:


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    Quote Originally Posted by amidar View Post
    Sound of the Summer. :

    That's quite groovy with a strong and stable beat.
    Vardy.....¡¡¡PELIGRO!!!

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    I just can't get enough of this at the moment. Elegant and simple, but very effective. I missed out on the 7" but am happy enough to have it on the album






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