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    Ok, after all of the freebie threads recently I thought I'd jump in
    Nothing wild and everything is a chazza kinda condition - unless stated
    Three is the magic number - anything less doesn't hit the mark

    Ustad Vilayat Khan - S/T - Tradional sitar music
    Robyn Archer - The Wild Girl in the heart - Australian Lesbian folk - sounds better than it is
    Made in Britain - Various Artist including Keith Mansfield, Alan Tew, Anita Harris and Georgie Fame
    Kamahl - A Voice to Remember - Indian singer doing standards
    Easy Rider - Soundtrack - Byrds, Steppenwolf, Hendrix - you know the scrore!
    Super Stereo Sound Sampler - Big Jim Sullivan - but also Pete Rugolo (I love that track) and Qunicy Jone
    XTC - Drums and Wires - no sleeve only inner sleeve
    Joe Turner and T-Bone Walker - Bosses of the Blues - Double header on Bluebird
    Noel Coward in New York - Cool
    Blacmange - MangeTout - 80s electronic
    Phil Miller - Split Seconds - Folky Jazzy stuff
    Beer Drinking Songs - Bavarian oompah
    Carly Simon - Hot Cakes - Californian singer song writer
    The Unforgetable Nat King Cole - great tunes but commentry by Alan Dell gets in the way a bit
    Talk Talk - History Revisted - remixs of their hits
    Peter Straker - Private Parts - more 70s singer songwriter stuff
    Johny Mathis - Sings the Music of Bert Kaempfert - really camp cover - solid tunes
    Orginal Artists - Golden Songs - comp featuring Nat King Cole, Liza Minelli, Dean Martin, Ella Fitzgerald
    Nazia - Disco Deewane - produced by Biddu - and singed by Nazia - London Indian disco - lists as session musos Alan Parkar (sic) Ann Dudley, Chris Karen and Duncan Mackay
    Walter Hawkins - Love Alive - funky gospel
    Bloomfield Kooper Stills - Super Session - in VG condition - slight hiss throughout
    Fairport Convention - Full House- same as above -

    12in.s
    The Kane Gang - Respect Yourself
    Rupert Everett - Generation Of Lonliness
    Frank Ifiled ft. The Backroom Boys - She Taught me How to Yodel (Extended Remix)
    Samantha Scott - Loveride
    The Wood Children - Happens Everyday

    Helps yourselves or else it goes to charity
    "Record collecting is no mere hobby, no innocuous leisurely diversion. It is a feverish passion bordering on dementia, driving those under the influence to irrational, compulsive, fanatical extremes."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Expury70 View Post
    Ok, after all of the freebie threads recently I thought I'd jump in
    Nothing wild and everything is a chazza kinda condition - unless stated
    Three is the magic number - anything less doesn't hit the mark

    Joe Turner and T-Bone Walker - Bosses of the Blues - Double header on Bluebird
    Noel Coward in New York - Cool
    Phil Miller - Split Seconds - Folky Jazzy stuff
    Talk Talk - History Revisted - remixs of their hits
    Walter Hawkins - Love Alive - funky gospel
    Bloomfield Kooper Stills - Super Session - in VG condition - slight hiss throughout
    Fairport Convention - Full House- same as above -


    Helps yourselves or else it goes to charity
    Please

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    Quote Originally Posted by Expury70 View Post
    Ustad Vilayat Khan - S/T - Tradional sitar music
    Kamahl - A Voice to Remember - Indian singer doing standards
    Super Stereo Sound Sampler - Big Jim Sullivan - but also Pete Rugolo (I love that track) and Qunicy Jone
    Big Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by piglit'n'rolf View Post
    Please
    All yours -will pm you with details
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    Quote Originally Posted by mendoza View Post
    Big Thanks!
    Coming your way too - I'll pm with costs in a while
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    Quote Originally Posted by Expury70 View Post
    Indian disco - lists as session musos Alan Parkar (sic) Ann Dudley, Chris Karen and Duncan Mackay
    Walter Hawkins - Love Alive - funky gospel
    Any chance?
    In ((( VISUAL ))) Stereo

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    Expury - let Fuz have the Hawkins - 7 is probably a bit greedy, just that I always seem to miss out on these things.

    At first I bought records, then I started to collect records; now I merely accumulate records.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piglit'n'rolf View Post
    Expury - let Fuz have the Hawkins - 7 is probably a bit greedy, just that I always seem to miss out on these things.
    Wow - I love you guys - so kind and considerate with each other
    Happy for the Hawkins to go the Fuzz if you're happy Piglit
    Piglit I respect your manners and approach
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    Quote Originally Posted by Expury70 View Post
    Piglit I respect your manners and approach
    As do I.

    Cap well and truely Doffed Sir!

    I've missed the last few freebies (damn work ) and in my haste to grab something I just viewed the first post, and picked a couple of interesting things...

    I hope this isn't misinterpretated as barging in.

    Many thanks kind sirs...
    In ((( VISUAL ))) Stereo

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    Can I have :

    Phil Miller - Split Seconds - Folky Jazzy stuff
    Ustad Vilayat Khan - S/T
    Joe Turner and T-Bone Walker - Bosses of the Blues
    Give a man a tree, He'll take a forest!

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    Hi there

    Could i have the Walker Hawkins, Johnny Mathis and Kane gang (if they are still up for grabs). Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eclipsechaser View Post
    Can I have :

    Phil Miller - Split Seconds - Folky Jazzy stuff
    Ustad Vilayat Khan - S/T
    Joe Turner and T-Bone Walker - Bosses of the Blues
    'fraid they've already gone - sorry!
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    Quote Originally Posted by davesmusictank View Post
    Hi there

    Could i have the Walker Hawkins, Johnny Mathis and Kane gang (if they are still up for grabs). Thanks.
    The Hawkins has already gone - but the other two are yours - fancy going for a third?
    "Record collecting is no mere hobby, no innocuous leisurely diversion. It is a feverish passion bordering on dementia, driving those under the influence to irrational, compulsive, fanatical extremes."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Expury70 View Post
    The Hawkins has already gone - but the other two are yours - fancy going for a third?
    Okay i shall try the Robin Archer one, sounds interesting.

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    Whats left in your giveaway mate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by davesmusictank View Post
    Whats left in your giveaway mate?
    A Phil Collins LP . . . and the other Fiddlers Dram 45.
    To infinity - and beyond!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakartajive View Post
    A Phil Collins LP . . . and the other Fiddlers Dram 45.
    I think I'll hold on to the Collins ones - its his drumming that attracts me. But don't tell Ginghamkitchen

    Dave, the ones that are left are:

    Made in Britain - Various Artist including Keith Mansfield, Alan Tew, Anita Harris and Georgie Fame
    Easy Rider - Soundtrack - Byrds, Steppenwolf, Hendrix - you know the scrore!
    XTC - Drums and Wires - no sleeve only inner sleeve
    Blacmange - MangeTout - 80s electronic
    Beer Drinking Songs - Bavarian oompah
    Carly Simon - Hot Cakes - Californian singer song writer
    The Unforgetable Nat King Cole - great tunes but commentry by Alan Dell gets in the way a bit
    Peter Straker - Private Parts - more 70s singer songwriter stuff
    Orginal Artists - Golden Songs - comp featuring Nat King Cole, Liza Minelli, Dean Martin, Ella Fitzgerald


    12in.s
    Rupert Everett - Generation Of Lonliness
    Frank Ifiled ft. The Backroom Boys - She Taught me How to Yodel (Extended Remix)
    Samantha Scott - Loveride
    The Wood Children - Happens Everyday

    Can't recommend the Beer Drinking Songs highly enough - all you need is a stein of Bavarian beer and you have a party right there
    "Record collecting is no mere hobby, no innocuous leisurely diversion. It is a feverish passion bordering on dementia, driving those under the influence to irrational, compulsive, fanatical extremes."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Expury70 View Post
    I think I'll hold on to the Collins ones - its his drumming that attracts me. But don't tell Ginghamkitchen

    Dave, the ones that are left are:

    Made in Britain - Various Artist including Keith Mansfield, Alan Tew, Anita Harris and Georgie Fame
    Easy Rider - Soundtrack - Byrds, Steppenwolf, Hendrix - you know the scrore!
    XTC - Drums and Wires - no sleeve only inner sleeve
    Blacmange - MangeTout - 80s electronic
    Beer Drinking Songs - Bavarian oompah
    Carly Simon - Hot Cakes - Californian singer song writer
    The Unforgetable Nat King Cole - great tunes but commentry by Alan Dell gets in the way a bit
    Peter Straker - Private Parts - more 70s singer songwriter stuff
    Orginal Artists - Golden Songs - comp featuring Nat King Cole, Liza Minelli, Dean Martin, Ella Fitzgerald


    12in.s
    Rupert Everett - Generation Of Lonliness
    Frank Ifiled ft. The Backroom Boys - She Taught me How to Yodel (Extended Remix)
    Samantha Scott - Loveride
    The Wood Children - Happens Everyday

    Can't recommend the Beer Drinking Songs highly enough - all you need is a stein of Bavarian beer and you have a party right there
    im not to sure how this works but i would love to have the XTC-drums and wires, The Wooden Children- Happens Ev eryday, and Blacmange-Mangetout. Tell me i need to do ?
    I see the world through Kalidescope eyes ........errr wait that may be a flash back ..............It goes my wife and kids then my record collection everyone and everything else comes after in no particular order

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    Okay, shall pass on the rest - just PM me the postage for the three i want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trykome View Post
    im not to sure how this works but i would love to have the XTC-drums and wires, The Wooden Children- Happens Ev eryday, and Blacmange-Mangetout. Tell me i need to do ?
    I there - send me a PM with your address and I will find out the postage and you can paypal it to me.
    Then its just a question of you waiting for the postman!
    "Record collecting is no mere hobby, no innocuous leisurely diversion. It is a feverish passion bordering on dementia, driving those under the influence to irrational, compulsive, fanatical extremes."

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