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    OK, folks, it's April, at least, in my part of the world, it is. Let's have at it. I wonder what the 1st of April will bring us ...
    "White paper inner sleeve is pristine ..."

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    Nice, but totally unknown album with Graham Hunt from Aubrey Small and Roger Grigg from Shaftsbury.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gogo View Post
    Nice, but totally unknown album with Graham Hunt from Aubrey Small and Roger Grigg from Shaftsbury.
    I'd like to know more about this...Style, year, label, etc...If you don't mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    I'd like to know more about this...Style, year, label, etc...If you don't mind.
    Year - 1984, label - Kimstyle music KIM 001 (private pressing?), other musician playing and producer - Kim Nicolaou, recorded in Cyprus, songs in Greek and English (in Greek are better for me). Autographed by Theana/Theano?
    Style - Hmmm - new wave -prog with some good funky bass/guitar work and voices that sounds somestime like Blondie period Denis, Denis...(I don't like her), sometimes sublime.

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    Ordered in March but received today so in April it goes. Had a look at some clips and bid on some other items from the same seller to pick this up. I seem to be on a country/southern singer/songwriter vibe at the moment. This is Gatefold OG is excellent from 1972. I wouldn't be surprised if its been on a swap I've listened to from 2015 or a previous one at some point. :


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    Quote Originally Posted by gogo View Post
    Year - 1984, label - Kimstyle music KIM 001 (private pressing?), other musician playing and producer - Kim Nicolaou, recorded in Cyprus, songs in Greek and English (in Greek are better for me). Autographed by Theana/Theano?
    Style - Hmmm - new wave -prog with some good funky bass/guitar work and voices that sounds somestime like Blondie period Denis, Denis...(I don't like her), sometimes sublime.
    Thanks! Sounds like another one for me to look out for.

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    Vinyl finds amongst the Lakeland Fells, mostly in Cleator Moor and Maryport


    I was very pleased to find this lovely Blue Horizon pressing as I've had to make do with a CBS re-issue for years!



    The Mac' were sitting in the 50p rack next to this Stax original




    The St. Kitts steel band tackle the classics



    MM..mm.. niiice



    Appropriately Maryport threw up this LP which features an entire side of songs by St. Winifreds School Choir



    God knows how this noisey/sweary Jazz LP from Wakefield turned up in Cockermouth.



    The sleeve looked interesting but it turned out to be pretty dull





    The most bizarre find and the only 7" was this African disc with a very strange tracklisting!






    On a much lighter note, a decent mid 70's Dave Edmunds album
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    Quote Originally Posted by Head Gardener View Post

    The most bizarre find and the only 7" was this African disc with a very strange tracklisting!
    jesus h , way too distasteful to read let alone ever actually play it , file under inhumane

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    Quick round-up while keeping one eye on Southampton vs Leicester (Come on Saints!! I know I sound like I want to piss on Leicester's fairytale, but I'm from Notts, what can I tell you?!). Twenty20 final in a bit, then I get to watch United shit out another turgid loaf, masquerading as a 'performance' before conceding a late goal to Lukaku, who we should have signed two years ago (probably after Fellaini has been sent off).

    Ho hum.




    Top left is a trade from Fuz – much obliged mate, it’s a really good listen, exactly my kind of thing in terms of vibe and eclecticism. The usual session suspects, locked into sort of a proggy jazzy groove for the most part. Not sure how I got through life in ignorance of this record. Other three were from a quick pop in a charity shop near my bus stop, I figured I’d got five mins to spare so why not? Never found anything in there before, so this was a nice surprise. The Sweet LP has already been gifted to a work colleague, the Broken Glass I found a bit tepid and was bunged in my ‘Trades’ bag down the market yesterday. Sammy is a strange one, sort of prog / hard rock / glam – almost proto-punk in places. It’s a bit full-on for me, will try to attune to it, but if anyone else needs it, do feel free to shout.






    Been in my current job for 18mths and have only just realised that there’s been a charity shop up the other end of the road for ages. Bah. Anyway, took a look in there on Friday and pulled a few things to give away to Plussers at some point. Think these are pretty self-explanatory. Strange to see a Gamba LP in the wild, got excited when I saw the spine, but quickly realised it wasn’t Molly Molloy. Still, there’s a cheeky break on here, but that’s about it. The charity made some money though, which is what counts.




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    Had time to nip in Anarchy after a recent appointment up that end of town. Not sure if I’ve had the Pete Smith before, but if I have, I’ll be hanging onto it this time. Pure canon fodder, but of a higher quality. I picked up the Beacon comp in case anyone wants a copy. Not that easy to turn up lately. I saw one on a dealer’s stall and he wanted £20 for it, which is just silly boggers really. Can’t make up my mind about the Tubby Hayes set. Obviously, pretty elite band, but it’s a bit ‘straight’ for me. I’ve yet to hear a version of ‘Night In Tunisia’ that didn’t make my toes tap though. Not sure, but don’t be surprised to see this crop up in a future trades post.






    Had an afternoon off last week, so did a little tour of some of Nottingham’s satellite towns and picked up a right rum bunch of vinyl. Some of it I knew I shouldn’t buy even as I handed over the gold coins but, again, I can justify it on the grounds of charitable donations! Anyway, canon fodder with Chico Arnez (‘Whole Lotta Love’) and the Latin fromage fest from Bert Melia (another alias?). Bit of Xian action, of which The Advocates sounded pretty good on needle drop and merits further investigation.






    This lot was from the same charity jaunt. First three were / are pretty tepid and had to jettisoned down the market. I’m a bit late to the party re: ‘Casino Royale’ as I’ve not seen the film and have only recently started buying soundtracks. Not bad at all is it? Obviously, Bacharach, Alpert and Dusty tells you what to expect and there’s oodles of easiness, some of it a bit arch. But there’s some good wigging out moments too.






    These were from another charity shop near my office, went in after work on Friday. I’m keeping one of the Peddlers LPs, but the rest of this selection have been absorbed into the latest round of freebies.






    This lot came from Rob’s on Friday afternoon. Mixed results to say the least. Billy Taylor is pure quality and presses the ‘Cop Show Funk’ button quite liberally. Tranquility was so offensively banal that I ‘took it out of circulation’. Kenny Rogers didn’t do it for me, so went in the Trades down the market. Dead chuffed to add another 12” by The Associates though.






    Top left is a freebie from Sonovox – thanks for that. Can understand why someone would let it go, I think it could be so twee that it sets some folks’ teeth on edge, but I really like it. Top right was a chazza find on Saturday after I’d done down the market, free to a good home at some point, no doubt. Bottom two (pretty self-explanatory) were from Anarchy a couple of weeks back, but I’d forgotten to list them before.






    So, taking a huge bag of vinyl and another of CDs down the market to do some trading, I’ve a) saved some money and b) cleared some space – win / win. I do love my Moroder, so couldn’t resist this coloured vinyl 12” from the Maels. Obviously it now has Partridge connotations, but that’s not a bad thing in my eyes (Incidentally, on the market this week was an exhibition from a local bird of prey sanctuary, I got very tempted to ‘portray a madman’, but didn’t think they’d get it and I’d have ended up looking a twat. Again). Fugazi picked up for my mate, ‘Transmission’ picked up for me (still sounds utterly contemporary and amazing) and I had to grab a bit of G’n’R action. It’s the rules.





    Funny that Sagram / Sargam was discussed on the Board in the last few days and then I stumble on one on the market on Saturday. Minty condition (which is rare itself) and up for trade as it’s not my kind of thing. I think folk on here know that they can contact me re: trading any time, don’t wait for me to list stuff up (which I’m a bit slack at). I had the Afro Blues Quintet LP ages ago and it didn’t do it for me at all. As my tastes have changed (and become a tad more tolerant), it’s funny how this is smack bang in the middle of what I’m ‘digging’ at the mo. Ditto Ramsey Lewis, who I’ve always had a soft spot for (One of my first ever ‘finds’ was a sealed copy of ‘Mother Nature’s Son’ on Retford Market, some time around 1990 so Ramsey remains integral to my whole collecting life).






    More off the market. Robert Wyatt is the Embassy reissue and was therefore cheap enough for me to take a punt on. Jesus H. You know how Stewart Lee says “I can write jokes, I just choose not to”? I got the feeling that Robert Wyatt could have come up with a coherent tune, but he just chose not to. Never mind the ‘wife’, this bothered me personally. Was fooled by the sleeve on Woody Herman as I’d not seen it before, got it home and realised I’d already got the album as part of a two-fer. Bah. Trades pile here we come. Saved the best til last – ace soundtrack. What I like is, apart from the cool spy-jazz angle, you can hear the dissonance and avant garde touches developing that Goldsmith would late use to greater effect in ‘Planet of the Apes’ (now there's a soundtrack I really should try to dig up). Great stuff regardless. Better than Coburn’s accent in ‘The Great Escape’ at any rate. Sydney via Dagenham. Shambles.


    And Leicester have just scored. Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Jet Boy stole my baby.

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    Today I took a quick trip to the dollar bins looking for a respite from modern classical. No photos as familiar to all here, I imagine.

    Robert Delgado – “This is Reggae”. Bad scuff over three tracks on side 2. Otherwise Ex+/Ex+. $2. Amusement value. Will probably gift it.

    Augusto Alguero – “Top hits – my way”. Ex+/Ex+. For “Bocaccio Soul”. $1. Probably a keeper, at least in the short-medium term.

    Don Cooper – “Bless the Children”. Ex/Ex-. $1. Recognised the name. Unlikely to be my thing from the look of it. PM me if it is your thing.

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    Not much out there in North Wales at the moment. So some online trawling has come up trumps in respect to long time wants

    Alan James Eastwood Seeds.
    Even with US copies making appearances online this is still a crazy big ticket item.... Glad to have nabbed a minty copy (with a slighly dog eared copy) for a fraction of the going rate. Lovely orchestrated SSW stuff with the tabla player from Get Charter getting down on a few tracks. Well worth a listen, now i've got this I think I will exploare his non LP 45s on President.... quite a few out there


    Deidre McCalla ‎– Fur Coats And Blue Jeans
    1973 release on Roulette. This had my spidey senses tingling. No info about it on the internet so I decided to take a punt Afro American Femme Folk with a frankly mouthwatering lineup of sessioners . String section include Kermitt More, Seymour Barbab. Eric Weisberg and Hugh Mccraken on Guitar ect. Alas its a case of over production and a hell of a lot of country leaning on tracks.... it has the same failings as the Florence Warner lp on Epic. Less would have been more. Although her original compositions (there are 3) are nice, there's just too much going on .

    Dan Jenks Say no More
    Shawn Phillips and the fact that the cover features a long haired hippie with a flute got me to take a punt on this. Glad I did. SSW stuff that sounds like a 1970's acid folk release. Heavenly ... have a listen




    Nirva Nova ‎– Seeds Of Papai
    Chicago jazz funk stuff with a hint of new Rotary connection. It features Phil Upchurch, Morris Jennings, Ron Steele and a host of Ovation / Cadet sessioners... plus nice wordless vocals.... Under the radar but well worth a punt if you dig studd like Don Elliot rejuvination
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    Quote Originally Posted by Funktionnaire View Post
    Today I took a quick trip to the dollar bins looking for a respite from modern classical. No photos as familiar to all here, I imagine.

    Robert Delgado – “This is Reggae”. Bad scuff over three tracks on side 2. Otherwise Ex+/Ex+. $2. Amusement value. Will probably gift it.

    Augusto Alguero – “Top hits – my way”. Ex+/Ex+. For “Bocaccio Soul”. $1. Probably a keeper, at least in the short-medium term.

    Don Cooper – “Bless the Children”. Ex/Ex-. $1. Recognised the name. Unlikely to be my thing from the look of it. PM me if it is your thing.
    Don Cooper is a great SSW Lp with the Mighty Bernard Purdy on Drum Duties..... Its a grower mate. Hold on to it
    Rock on Penderyn

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    'Afro Blues Quintet' looks interesting. Since I found that 'Sagram/Sargam' LP a couple of weeks back everyone seems to be stumbling on the thing. Don't think I've seen Tubby Hayes look so 70's before as on that album. I picked up a 'Tony McPhee' on the same 'Phillips' International label sounds like there was some interesting stuff put out through that moniker.

    Lol, persevere with Robert the tunes are in there, not as prominent as say 'Rock Bottom' but a great album. Just made me realise I should put 'Sea Song' on the tearjerkers thread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benicio Del Toffo View Post

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    Had time to nip in Anarchy after a recent appointment up that end of town. Not sure if I’ve had the Pete Smith before, but if I have, I’ll be hanging onto it this time. Pure canon fodder, but of a higher quality. I picked up the Beacon comp in case anyone wants a copy. Not that easy to turn up lately. I saw one on a dealer’s stall and he wanted £20 for it, which is just silly boggers really. Can’t make up my mind about the Tubby Hayes set. Obviously, pretty elite band, but it’s a bit ‘straight’ for me. I’ve yet to hear a version of ‘Night In Tunisia’ that didn’t make my toes tap though. Not sure, but don’t be surprised to see this crop up in a future trades post.



    Had an afternoon off last week, so did a little tour of some of Nottingham’s satellite towns and picked up a right rum bunch of vinyl. Some of it I knew I shouldn’t buy even as I handed over the gold coins but, again, I can justify it on the grounds of charitable donations! Anyway, canon fodder with Chico Arnez (‘Whole Lotta Love’) and the Latin fromage fest from Bert Melia (another alias?). Bit of Xian action, of which The Advocates sounded pretty good on needle drop and merits further investigation.
    I saw that Beacon comp with £25 on it earlier today

    My copy of the Advocates ended up crossing the Atlantic after a pretty big name US DJ and producer bought it from me

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    Quote Originally Posted by reza View Post
    jesus h , way too distasteful to read let alone ever actually play it , file under inhumane
    so, no download here then?

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    There's at least one great track on that 'Advocates' Ben mate.....Nice finds BTW.
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    Other people's everyday digs almost always look more interesting than mine. The vinyl is always blacker on the other side of the world.

    Ace Afro-blues sleeve.

    I'll give Don Cooper a fair hearing. But I am conscious of the risk of genre creep in my listening. I might, for example, soon have to be stricter with myself in the mod-class context.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benicio Del Toffo View Post
    Quick round-up while keeping one eye on Southampton vs Leicester (Come on Saints!! I know I sound like I want to piss on Leicester's fairytale, but I'm from Notts).
    So is Sir Wesley of The Meadows.

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    Season started at local car boot. Not a huge turnout of sellers, 40-50, but OK. A gripper was selling and had actually brought a few boxes of 1£ records with the usual non-records stuff he is selling. He claimed they were fresh, but were not that interesting. I picked up a few punts, none turned out that interesting. This car boot is fenced in and closed for buyers while sellers are setting up, no early-bird entry, so that means he has free range until opening time.
    He missed this soundtrack in a small pile of records, happy to pick it up as I like Davie Allen's stuff, some great fuzz action here, and in EX condition with the compulsory punch hole.


    Also went to the record fair in Lund, not a great turnout of sellers. I came home with ten 45s, mostly cheap gap fillers, nothing too exciting, but 45s are where you can make good finds here nowadays. 99% of all vinyl newcomers are album oriented.
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    Went back to the same shop I got 'Banana Blush' and picked this one up so I should have all 3 now Ben has gifted me the 'Late Flowering':



    and from the same shop I found the folky single from this label. The guitarist plays in the band. ABCD records 'A Band Called Doris' gettit?

    Might be worth something I don't expect I'll like it despite the folk single on the same label being swap worthy this will probably be new wave of British Heavy Metal fodder. Probably worth something to someone though.



    Also found two copies of the 'Millers Thumb' LP which I put on the Swap. Its Cheshire Folk so I'll probably ebay one bizarre I have 3 copies now!

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    Not listened to either of the above yet thought I'd give this a listen first which was part of a bulk internet buy.

    Judy Romero - Judy! Judy! Judy!



    Not Latin Pop as discogs would have you believe this reminds me more of 'The Carpenters' than anything else until I reached the side one closer 'Won't Talk about Love Anymore' which is where the album finds its funk with a bit of jazzy rock. Worth it for this track alone if side two yields no gold. Ooooo side two opens with a bit of organ vs clavinet action, nice. OK lets say its a five tracker with three standouts. Decent session musicians with swing oh and there is one track you could probably classify as 'Latin Pop' but the rest no way. When its good its good when its bad its proper pants ie: 'When a Child is Born'.

    Judy is blind by the way and although this album is from 1975 she 'accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Saviour' in 1972'. I thought that worth mentioning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amidar View Post



    Judy is blind by the way and although this album is from 1975 she 'accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Saviour' in 1972'. I thought that worth mentioning.
    I wonder how long Jesus had been in the frame- I mean was he up against a bunch of possible other 'Lord & Saviours' that Judy was gradually whittling down? At some point did he 'phone her and say, " Judy, it's been seven months; I'm going to have to press you for an answer. Let's be honest, Cloughie is always going to be busy with his football and, frankly, nobody else can compete on beard terms, so shall I pop 'round tomorrow and you can sign up"?
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    My issue is with the sleeve and its title as opposed to her acceptance of mighty old JC. Its called 'Judy! Judy! Judy!' the woman was blind not hard of hearing!

    Quote Originally Posted by Shere Khan View Post
    I wonder how long Jesus had been in the frame- I mean was he up against a bunch of possible other 'Lord & Saviours' that Judy was gradually whittling down? At some point did he 'phone her and say, " Judy, it's been seven months; I'm going to have to press you for an answer. Let's be honest, Cloughie is always going to be busy with his football and, frankly, nobody else can compete on beard terms, so shall I pop 'round tomorrow and you can sign up"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amidar View Post
    My issue is with the sleeve and its title as opposed to her acceptance of mighty old JC. Its called 'Judy! Judy! Judy!' the woman was blind not hard of hearing!
    Reminds me of the old joke. How do you sell a blind man a dog? You say, Do you want to buy a dog, mate. He's not deaf.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amidar View Post
    My issue is with the sleeve and its title as opposed to her acceptance of mighty old JC. Its called 'Judy! Judy! Judy!' the woman was blind not hard of hearing!
    I've heard that blind people often have better hearing than seeing people, so "pssst, Judy" would have been a better title.
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    I have this 45 from 1970 with Braille on the cover.
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    I had this idea that it might indeed have braille on the cover when I bought it but was sadly disappointed, dare say JC was none too pleased either. I like the idea of having 'pssst Judy' in minuscule writing on the cover it has the dual effect of being a great title and making you think what it must like to be almost blind.

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    Came upon a copy of this in OXFAM for 3.99 but it was scratched to buggery and dirty, a sticker said 'still plays' but it was wrecked. I then saw Mike Batt's name upon it and that put me off a bit. It was probably at the right price considering the condition of it. Should I have bought it?

    They also had an early 'Mothers of Invention' comp on Verve I had to ask to see that one and it was almost as bad, they wanted 8.99 for that.



    Anyway lots of fresh stock and for under 6 quid I went all nu-jazz and came away with these:







    Sadly the Funkaho 12" is not the one where he proclaims his love for the Atari 2600.

    From Mr Market Man I got the following:

    Marti Caines first album reissued on Chevron and Vol 1 of this bit of Indonesian exploito-pop, cant find a pic for it anywhere will photograph it if anyone is interested but its in a bit of a state:

    [IMG] [/IMG]

    A couple of Sinatra latin outings with Deodato some crazy looking choral stuff and this 90's jazz I believe by a female trombonist:



    From elsewhere I got a Mono version of this Mancini score:



    and what ever these are:







    All look minty and new so thought I'd venture into the late eighties early 90's. Have to admit I know Al Stewart but not this album and I do like the cover, its from 1988.

    All in all under a tenner spent and I had to quietly usher a 'wet brained' alcoholic out of OXFAM and when I paid for my items it smelt like the cashier had shat himself (thinking about it maybe when he bent down to get the Zappa LP out to show me.), for real. Weird trip out indeed. The things we do or have to endure in the name of vinyl hunting! I suppose if your'e going to shit your pants doing it in an empty OXFAM where your'e working surrounded by clean clothes is the place to do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cratedigger View Post
    I have this 45 from 1970 with Braille on the cover. [/IMG]
    Very very cool!
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    This was very nice to find:

    Terumasa Hino Quintet - Snake Hip 7", part of a soundtrack, apparently ...

    This was bought on the strength of the cover but is less music than the dialogue from a historical drama:

    Remembering Bantsuma (who was a Japanese actor, famous for his sword-fighting roles in historical dramas)

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