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    nice stuff col..that 'time machine' track sounds brilliant..maybe i played the wrong side !!



    i have been listening to :

    some more old tunes...it's so good to be off work !!

    alan copeland singers a bubble called you
    the hellers button man
    beach boys wild honey
    simon and garfunkel bookends
    the kinksface to face
    Rockwell
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    Quote Originally Posted by Col Wolfe View Post
    Lovely stuff... it's like an extra christmas pressie. While I don't wish to appear churlish, I don't suppose there's a track list, is there?

    For my part, I'm listening to

    Kati Kovacs + LGT LP (disappointing to be honest... sorry I mean ace but not my thing. Trade anyone?)
    Mark Fry - Dreaming with Alice LP
    The Valerie Project LP (arrived today and is absolutely lush)
    It Must Have Been the Wind - The Fun and Games 45 (the melody of which has invaded my waking hours in a way that frankly defies belief)

    Mother-in-law's in town so have also been listening to a lot of Dave Brubeck. Which is nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jahshabby View Post
    Lovely stuff... it's like an extra christmas pressie. While I don't wish to appear churlish, I don't suppose there's a track list, is there?

    me three please...great stuff. Loving the second sunshine poppy one at the moment.

    I've been on a movie trip today. Watched Valerie and her week of wonders on youtube, then trawled through a bunch of independant short movies. There's some great stuff on there that aren't clips of garage bands, I'm learning!
    "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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    Had a bit of this today;

    Donald Byrd - Sometimes I feel like a motherless child
    Leon Thomas - China doll
    Dave Mackay & Vicky Hamilton - See you later
    Mark Murphy - Sconsolato
    Gerardo Frisina - Beyond the moon
    Marva Whitney & James Brown - Sunny
    Ella Fitzgerald - Sunshine of your love
    Irene Reid - My heart said (The bossa nova)
    Eddie Jefferson - Psychedelic Sally
    Mary Lou Williams - Communion song #3 The world
    Nancy Ames - Ese beso
    The Kenny Clarke - Francy Boland Sextet - Ensadinado
    Carmen Lundy - Time is love
    Vanessa Rubin - Arise and shine
    Aguabella - Desire
    Jon Lucien - Black Flower
    Jon Hendricks - I'll bet you thought I'd never find you
    Jackson Sloan - Devil may care
    Dave Remington's Big Band feat Irene Kral - Unlit room
    Grady Tate - Moondance
    Billy Gault - Nothing but a man

    It's been all about the vocals today

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    I enjoyed listening to this LP earlier on today:

    Lovely Breton acid(ish) Folk...

    Col's Podcast has been the flavor of the evening...

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    The first two (Columbia) Paul Revere and The Raiders LP's in mono that i scored for a buck each two days ago!
    You Stink

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    So far this morning:

    Voice of the Seven Woods (excellent stuff - anyone with a remote interest in psych / acid folk should get a copy)

    Black Diamonds - Tribute to Jimi Hendrix (muller related psychsploitation with a couple of Animated Egg tracks in there)

    Augustus Pablo - Ital Dub (great Sunday Morn record IMHO)
    "..hole...road...middle thereof"

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    Default This and that

    Well a lazy hazy Sunday has given me a chance to liosten to some bits I grabbed recentrly


    Amanda Trees St :- Nice enough but her voice is a bit strange (and i'm not talking about the echoplex either)

    Andy Newman Rainbow :- Fifties rock pastice with Kazoos sounds like something Kid Koala would have a field day with

    The Family of Apostolic:- Great comune folk gubbins with a great cover.

    Toni Brown ST RCA:- Cute as a button former Joy of Cooking singer goes it alone for some 'bumpkin soul' or something

    Time for another cup of tea I think
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    Tinsel Towny and Campag record - psych for xmas vol 1.

    I'm in a lazy mode and i don't feel like getting up and putting any records on!

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    Disco

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    and my goodness, it's seamless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crawdaddy Simon View Post
    Yes sir!
    To infinity - and beyond!

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    I've been listening to 'smooth sailing and how' by Paul Linklater. He added me on myspace, and I really liked what I heard, so i bought his album, which has happened one other time in three years of having an account.

    It's a triple cdr set- supposedly a double album and an ep, but each 'album' is almost seventy minutes long, and the 'ep' has ten tracks on it, so I think you can get an idea of what an epic it is!

    Great stuff- some bits are pretty lo-fi and sound like he's not trying too hard,other bits are crystal clear, and pretty ambitious. The thing that threads it all together are the gorgeous melodies and breathy harmonies. Normally with something of this lenght (47 tracks!) you get the impression there is a great single album struggling to get heard. Not so with this. There are FOUR great albums struggling to get heard
    "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 Col Wolfe View Post
    Who's the 'you better quit it now' tune from by/from etc ?
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    You thought the leaden winter would bring you down forever,
    but you rode upon a steamer to the violence of the sun.

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    Non-stop, again. I've had Scott 4 in mp3 form for a good while, but recently picked up pleasingly cheap copies of 1 & 2 on vinyl. 2 is just so perfect...
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    SEALED, this has a sticker on the front reading "COLOUR VINYL" so it's probably not black vinyl, even though black is a colour.

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    THERE MIGHT BE ANOTHER CRIPZ AT SOME POINT ITS HARD TO SAY

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    Bugsy - Inside Bugsy lp
    Voice of the Seven Woods lp
    Adem - Takes lp (the Aphex Twin and Deus covers are amazing)
    Ning Machine 7"
    Vicky Anderson - The Feeling is Real 7" over and over

    and some old Dischord comp with Minor Threat and Teen Idles etc for the good lady.


    Oooh and the Yeasayer album still - it's astonishingly good I recommend everyone buys it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peter sundae View Post
    Who's the 'you better quit it now' tune from by/from etc ?
    Myriam Makeba



    tho the 45 is misspelt as 'Quite It'

    I think the LP is quite easy to find too?
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    In between the usual hassles that go with life I've had on:

    David Crosby - If Only I Could Remember My Name (too many whiskey's last night and its the perfect hangover LP)
    Cowboy Junkies - The Trinity Sessions (it was a bad hangover)
    Johnny Cash - Folsom Prison
    Goldie Zelkowitz - S/T a chazza find - really getting into it
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    I got the Jodorowsky DVD boxset for my birthday, so I've been listening to the CDs that came with it - soundtracks to 'El Topo' & 'The Holy Mountain'. I was listening to John Coltrane's 'Om' as well, until my little boy asked me to turn it off because it was 'making his skull ache'.

    My moody postman delivered the bubblegum scented vinyl version of the Black Moth Super Rainbow LP today.

    I haven't played it yet, but we've all had a good sniff.

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    Up early for the weather to clear for the usual sunday boot fair - so played the following through the headphones.


    Grand Funk Railroad - Gimme Shelter (LP track)
    Shadows of Knight - Shake (LP track)
    The Big Three - Cavern Stomp (Decca 7")
    Fabienne Delsol - I'm Gonna Catch Me A Rat (Damaged Goods 7")
    Roy Ayers - Stoned Soul Picnic (Atlantic LP)

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    Morning spins to ease a hangover:

    Jacskon C Frank - Blues Run The Game LP
    Joan As Policewoman - Real Life LP - a bit patchy in bits but my wife loves it!

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    'real life permanent dream' - 4 CD box set of quality uk psych pop and freakbeat...
    vinyl wise - the Happenings-Psycle - trying to create a summer vibe in the rain drenched surroundings.
    cassette wise-a comp. from Hugh - and bloody loving it
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    Working at the computer today so calm background music required:
    Azimuth S/T - naughty D/L I hadn't listened to... from 1975..lovely stuff.

    Plus two cheap finds from this mornings boot.
    Bob James & Earl Klugh - One on One
    Joe Sample - Rainbow Seeker

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    Just got the new 'Love Peace and Poetry' volume of Chilean psych. Seems pretty good so far

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    Quote Originally Posted by Expury70 View Post
    In between the usual hassles that go with life I've had on:

    David Crosby - If Only I Could Remember My Name
    NOW YOU'RE TALKING. TOP 5 DRAW. BEAUTIFUL.
    it's time for some heartbeats

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    cheap & not rare but nice enough, from grand funk's founder, on cameo parkway subsidiary, so there's an animals connection too

    other than that, 'songs for arctic fox' hand-made home-recorded cdr from beth jeans houghton.
    collecting records taught me everything i never needed to know

    soundtracks from collaborative projects :cool:

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