This lot came from the recycle centre today. £1.57 an LP! A price I can live with.
The two african ones here were also from the recycle centre, the Public Enemy from a charity shop in a sleepy market town. It's the double reissue, incidentally. Sun Ra was a trade.
More charity shop jazz, different place though, 50p each. The two jelly Rolls were the ones I mentioned last week.
The two Fairport Conventions were from the recycle place - they were thrown in for free!
Tom Rush and the Japan LP are the only things from a proper record shop, MVE in Birmingham. Nick Cave and the Grossman/Renbourne were from a boot sale last weekend.
The Mar-keys was a 50p charity shop find. The remainder here were from the boot sale. The Joystrings are a Salvation Army pop/psych group that featured in the recent Radio 4 programme about Xtian pop. Really good.
Why am I showing you these? All Israeli pressings. All from the recycle centre.
Which leads on to these... the top ones are childrens LPs, the bottom two prog/psych and jazz/folk/pop repectively.
Some strange EPs from around the globe. The Israeli thing in the centre is good. The first track has a soft-psych feel.
Another interesting 45 that came my way. Great B side.
And some weird stuff...
Sorry about the thin notes but I just haven't got the time right now to add much more. I will mention that Cannonball thing on Blue Note is a total facemelter. All live.