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    Nice one, lovely things to have!

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    Yes they are EFDSS (English Folk Dance And Song Society) records. No, they weren't intended for flipping. And no, it doesn't look like they belonged to a school - no stamps on them, and they're very nice and minty.

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    I was pleasantly surprised finding a copy of Clare Fischer ‎- Music Inspired By The Kinetic Sculpture Of Don Conard Mobiles (1975) CF Records CF-1 USA LP. I'd love to show an image but at the moment I can't do it. Error #2038. Can anyone help me with that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turboellis View Post
    I was pleasantly surprised finding a copy of Clare Fischer ‎- Music Inspired By The Kinetic Sculpture Of Don Conard Mobiles (1975) CF Records CF-1 USA LP. I'd love to show an image but at the moment I can't do it. Error #2038. Can anyone help me with that?
    Here you go - never heard of that one.


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    Is it a general problem uploading images Turboellis? We can probably help you with that.

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    You need to find a general link for an image or use a hosting site such as 'photobucket' for your own photos.

    Click the 'picture icon' then 'from url' paste in the link and untick the box that says 'retrieve remote file locally'.

    In photobucket use the link labelled 'img' next to your uploaded photo.

    Takes under 5 mins to make a PB account and is a doddle to use just click 'upload' then drag and drop, pretty straightforward' oh and its FREE!

    Oh and that record looks most Avant-Garde and interesting.
    Last edited by amidar; 30-11-2015 at 05:37 PM. Reason: It's Free!

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    Now apparently an estate agent, back in the 80s though he was still better known as Ying Tong John - Primeval-Slime:



    World Of Brass Bands:



    The lighter side of civilian bombing campaigns, direct from the charred remains of her home, Vera Lynn - Hits Of The Blitz:



    Top Of The Tots - Pop Party Vol. 3:



    Various - Sing Lennon And McCartney:



    Shelley Berman - Outside:



    A US release, I already have the UK version. Of course, they're both the same other than the cover. Peter Ustinov - The Grand Prix Of Gibraltar:



    Various - Original Reggae Greats Vol. 2:



    With a cover showing a scene from the Dirty Fork sketch, Monty Python - Spam Song:



    Mister Ed - The Talking Horse:



    How's this for top psychedelic title of 1967, Mike and Bernie Winters - Smother Me With Moondust And Elusive Strawberries:



    Ken Goodwin - Merry Christmas Darling:



    Jake Thackray - And Songs:



    Various - Hot Hits Vol XIII:



    Grimms - Sleepers:



    The French strumpet off 70s sitcom Mind Your Language, Francoise Pascal - Woman Is Free:



    More birds, Bird Sounds In Close-Up:



    Stanley Holloway - Brown Boots And Other Favourites:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Turboellis View Post
    I was pleasantly surprised finding a copy of Clare Fischer ‎- Music Inspired By The Kinetic Sculpture Of Don Conard Mobiles (1975) CF Records CF-1 USA LP. I'd love to show an image but at the moment I can't do it. Error #2038. Can anyone help me with that?
    cool cover very interesting find any chance of some soundclips , very curious

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    Thanks for the reply treeboy. I was trying to upload from my PC. Maybe that doesn't work on this forum but it's still in the FAQ.

    Quote Originally Posted by treeboy View Post
    Is it a general problem uploading images Turboellis? We can probably help you with that.

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    thanks amidar

    I was trying to upload from my PC. Maybe that doesn't work on this forum but it's still in the FAQ.

    I'll try your suggestion. A lot of the stuff I buy doesn't appear online anywhere.

    Quote Originally Posted by amidar View Post
    You need to find a general link for an image or use a hosting site such as 'photobucket' for your own photos.

    Click the 'picture icon' then 'from url' paste in the link and untick the box that says 'retrieve remote file locally'.

    In photobucket use the link labelled 'img' next to your uploaded photo.

    Takes under 5 mins to make a PB account and is a doddle to use just click 'upload' then drag and drop, pretty straightforward' oh and its FREE!

    Oh and that record looks most Avant-Garde and interesting.

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    Does the forum support soundclips? I guess those would have to be uploaded somewhere too, eh Ugly Custard?

    More than happy to do that ...

    Quote Originally Posted by reza View Post
    cool cover very interesting find any chance of some soundclips , very curious

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    You seem keen to jump in and share pictures / soundclips Turboellis, and I applaud that. Once again, any problems just shout, we've all been there.
    By the way, Ugly Custard you refer to is Reza Just as you would be Hot Butter.

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    photo bucket test



    well, guess that worked ;-)

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    Good man Turboellis. You're up and running
    Nice label by the way

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    800 x 800 better? ... maybe 640 x 640 ...

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    the nice label above came from a box of old 78s given me by a friend ... he told me they belonged to his Mum and are from the 1930's ... but at the moment I don't have a 78 player ... Argh!!!!


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    one more ... a Brazilian recommendation ... Jobim wrote Dindi about this woman ... lovely silky voice ...


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    thanks for the assistance treeboy ... i'm almost there ... ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turboellis View Post
    one more ... a Brazilian recommendation ... Jobim wrote Dindi about this woman ... lovely silky voice ...

    Sylvia Telles is a big favourite with me - this for starters:



    EDIT: and of course the original language version "samba torto" - fantastic live version here:

    Last edited by SirSlim; 01-12-2015 at 01:29 PM. Reason: more Sylvia

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    Sylvia new to me. Wonderful stage presence. 32 is awful young to pass.

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    Bought these :

    The Jaz: To your soul LP
    The Jaz: You don't stop EP

    Nice '90-91 rap w prod by 45 King, Large Pro and Prince Paul and the not so know Chad Elliot I missed at the time

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    Thanks SirSlim, I'll check those out ...

    Quote Originally Posted by SirSlim View Post
    Sylvia Telles is a big favourite with me - this for starters:



    EDIT: and of course the original language version "samba torto" - fantastic live version here:


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