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    Quote Originally Posted by babycart View Post
    Is that Oranges of Spain record any good? I passed over the Spanish OG last year but was sorely tempted by the pretty oranges.
    It's an absolute peach (boom boom) & contains one of the most stirring narations ever committed to vinyl. Enough to turn even the most hardened Spanish orange sceptic into a true believer, I'd reckon. The original one I had came with a comprehensive colour booklet on the many intricacies of Spanish orange production, but I leant it to a friend. If I can get it back off him, you'd be more than welcome to my spare.
    I ran away to a charity shop & there's no way it's gonna stop.

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    I watched this thread unfold at work a few days ago... but was to busy to be able to join in, thanks everyone involved!

    I love records with the most obscure purpose and have posted a few before on here.

    I'm very envious of a few in thus thread and recognise a few I have...

    I love that fight the flab flexi! Towny is your Lee Cooper 45 really poorly recorded like mine? Was there an invitation to a party on it and if so where - mine is for Glasgow.

    Life is hectic at the moment but found the time to add these to the thread. keep them coming Mr. Gardner, Towny and all ...


    A recent religious find - great sleeve horrible, horrible music.


    I think a few of you were talking about this one...


    Possibily the most boring record I own.


    Almost certainly the weirdest album I own, with some very, very disturbing songs on it.


    Front


    Back...


    One of the better ones musically, nice jazz....


    As wot ended one of my Xmas Swap CD's....

    I also found a flexi recently by Fenella Fielding advertising packaged ski holidays to europe, but couldn't find it for a photo...
    In ((( VISUAL ))) Stereo

    Eclectic Mud



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    great selection someblokecalledfuz, I see you have an excellent carpets
    related selection including the Wendy Craig one the Intervet one is
    a favourite especially as the dog reminds me of a younger version of mine


    recent pic of Enzo on holiday, believe me he is thinking of postmen, he hates them!



    good to see another Cliff Adams disc too, I love the 2 I have as they have timeless jingles


    cover of '69







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    'Pink Paraffin' has to be the title of the year so far. You need to do a chart, HG, with mp3's, and you need to do it NOW!

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    for crying out loud!
    I have told mum not to borrow my singles when she takes the car


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    Some more 'product placement' ...



    L: 'Heart sounds', 45rpm vinyl with "recordings of a series of heart sounds encountered in the most common congenital and acquired cardiac defects". Sponsored by Leo Pharmecutical products, date unknown, but presumably from the days when smoking wasn't linked to health problems - chap on the cover appears to be having a fag...

    R: 'Breathing exercises' 33rpm red flexi & booklet from 1961. Sponsored by Bayer Products




    L: 1-sided 45rpm vinyl, consists of Roger Moore plugging Faberge, finishes off with the Jeff Wayne Faberge jingle. Produced by the Sound Department, London NW1

    R: 45rpm vinyl, two tunes: 'Sweet Melody' by The Slim-Brothers and 'Hermesetas Beat' by The Coffee and Tea And Sweetener Company. I guess snappier names for fictitious bands could be imagined, but there you go. The Hermesetas sample pack was missing from my copy

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    picked up this nice Studio 2 album from '72 in the RSPCA
    shop in Stony Stratford today, first copy I have seen too.


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    back on topic, I found this beauty amongst the childrens albums!


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    I dug up some more spoken word albums today, the first one
    is apparently quite rare, I must admit I have never seen another
    and the cover is on very heavy gatefold card.
    The Jack Hargreaves albums are great! though I just can't seem to track
    down a copy of 'Know Your Onions'...














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    I love those Jack Hargreaves LP's. He says such bizarre things, like 'people need to realise that dogs are not little human beings with hair on, but animals' and 'my father used to say that every time you take a horse out, you bring another one back.'

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    Last edited by davydavy; 29-09-2009 at 04:22 PM.

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    Here are some other advert discs you may and may not be aware of. I really like the washing machine ones. I have two. I think it's the round and round thing that gets me. The clearasil spots one is pretty fine too. Those Cliff Adams ones posted earlier are quite superb - one has the classic Hot Chocolate "Late Late Drink" ad on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davydavy View Post








    What's the Yoga one like?
    Passed on four Yoga LPs in a charity at the weekend - maybe I should go back!
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    I found this great 7" today and rather than start a new thread
    on motor racing I thought I would post it here. From 1972 when
    fag company John Player Special sponsored Norfolk based racing team
    Team Lotus. It came in a fine gatefold sleeve & check the Team Vocalist
    nicknames write up on the back




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    have picked up s'more on topic albums this morning - I couldn't leave them at 25p each,
    all released on The Catholic Record Club label based in Cork, 1960's and good value at 2 sermons per disc,
    praise be!




























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    A strange mixture of the mystic and mammonic on this thread! And so.



    Give us this day our daily Taystee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cantthinkofagoodname View Post
    Oranges Of Spain - they are indeed the daughters of the sun:


    "They Are The Daughters Of The Sun!" sounds like a Rotary Connection tune
    some times play g+ with back noise,some times vg , super psyché juju lpfront sleeve is very nice vg back vg , but the top corne left is eating buy rats, ask for picture

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    Interestingly, the colour orange is named after the fruit and not the other way round.
    Vardy.....¡¡¡PELIGRO!!!

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