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    Mayday is appropriate - The chicken is back and his living room looks like a used hi-fi warehouse as I'm in the business of putting together a second system for myself and one for some friends - now that their chicks are leaving the coop they've got some more space so I thought I'd encourage them to get the vinyl out of the loft and get back in the groove - they're worried about it being space consuming and aesthetically unpleasing so I thought I'd combine taking some photos of possible setups with some piccies for the finds thread, so apologies if stereo stuff gets in the way - the pictures are my usual crappy standard I'm afraid - here's some finds I've managed to listen to...all finds from chazzas unless stated otherwise...



    Henry Blair ft. Ray Turner at the Piano - 'Sparky's Magic Piano' - found sans picture sleeve, this rather naff tale of a boy and his talking piano, the latter played by our very own Sonovox - sticks here and there but may improve with TLC...

    Baskin and Copperfield - 'The Long And Winding Road' - from 1970, a pretty straight cover version of the Beatle song with a little more backbeat. Baskin and Copperfield sounded like they might be the source of a late psyche classic but the b-side 'Beautiful Blue Eyes' is only baroque-psyche-lite at best. Baskin & Copperfield were in fact John Richardson and Alan Williams who would later find fame as Rubettes....



    Frank Sinatra - 'The Frank Sinatra Story' - presumably this collection of earlier Sinatra tracks on Fontana was a cash in on his later success, but worthwhile since I found these examples of his work with the Harry James Band quite edgy and sharp in a way we've forgotten he could be. 'The Birth Of The Blues' captures this lean mean Sinatra well - it's no wonder the girlies were swooning. I mentioned recently that Billy May's instrumental 'You Go To My Head' was crying out for Ol' Blue Eyes - here we have it in the version from his very first album - and he does a fine job too...





    Sandy Denny - 'Listen, Listen'
    Roxy Music - 'Virginia Plain'
    - these might seem odd bedfellows now, but were in fact only 2 release numbers apart in 1972 - paid a little over the odds for the Sandy Denny in the hope that it might clean up a little, but it's a bit too far gone - shame, as it's a lovely song and that voice still gets to you...the Roxy Music's not a great example either, sadly... and from one set of chicken islands to another....



    Waikiki Serenaders - 'Hawaii: Instrumentally Yours' - The premise of this seemingly typical exploito-album is that tourists use it to soundtrack the movies of their wonderful holiday in Hawaii - it contains lots of useful advice and facts about Hawaii to help you do this on the reverse but is surprisingly respectful in both this and the music contained herein which does actually use tunes by significant local composers like John Almeida and Charles King. Whether or not the 'Waikiki Serenaders' were local or hired US studio hands remains a mystery, but it's a great album for the beachcomber bar whatever. This is the 'enhanced stereo' edition, not listed on Discogs (Wooo!...ra-er!) on the coral pink Waikiki Records label with a terrific inner sleeve in 'Hawaiian shirt' pattern (which I foolishly forgot to photograph...)



    Coati Mundi - 'Me No Pop I'
    Bootsy's Rubber Band - 'Bootzilla'
    - found my old cassette of Coati Mundi's 'The Former 12 Year Old Genius' (what a superb album title...) recently, played and enjoyed immensely, jumped on this 12 on sight...the Bootsy has proved a good investment for testing bass responses....



    C'mon, you wouldn't turn down a free stereo would you? Especially in the presence of...

    Dusty Springfield - 'Stay Awhile' - at last, a nice minty copy - it's only about 25 years I've been looking....yeah, it's on Wing, but hey...I'm a chicken...

    Noel Coward - 'The Noel Coward Album' - actually a twofer of two Coward albums ('Noel Coward In New York'/ 'Noel Coward At Las Vegas') on US Columbia but mysteriously bedecked with many CBS stickers as if owned by a company type - really loving this, and if you're one of those on here who digs Jake Thackray (and why not?) you really ought to lend an ear to one of the legendary wits who paved the way for him. Erudite, saucy, occasionally very moving and often laugh out loud funny...



    now here was a surprise....

    John Miles - 'Rebel' - Having lost the Stones, by the early 70s Decca were desperate for something that might appeal to 'ver kids' - despite all his James Deanery on the sleeve (continued on the enclosed poster!), John Miles was already no spring chicken and having had a string of worthy and soulful flops on labels like Orange was probably glad to get a chance to throw himself into the big time mincing machine of 70s pop with a bit of decent money behind him. Of course this meant some compromise and the soul bags were reined in as Miles attempted bravely to carve a niche somewhere between glam, 'intelligent' pop of the David Essex school and 'serious' rock like Queen. It wasn't entirely without success either, 'Highfly' and 'Music' ( a kind of British 'MacArthur Park') making considerable dents on the charts.

    This is one of those albums I was always curious about but never got round to buying until now and it's frankly rather good - and the big surprise (for me at least) is that I never realised that the perfect slapback on the drums and sweeping orchestral moments that furnished these hits was the work of (gulp,) Producer/Engineer Alan Parsons and Orchestra Arranger Andrew Powell! You couldn't entirely kill of the soulboy in Miles however and he gets to channel his inner Stevie Wonder on 'Lady Of My Life' - I remember subsequent hits like 'Slow Down' and 'Manhattan Skyline', both decent efforts, suggested that a bid to 'crack America' was the aim - so what went wrong? Whatever happened to John Miles? - guess Decca just wasn't the place to be back then....





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    Apparently I didn't actually take a photo of it but I was pleased to find a copy of Pop Explosion Sitar Style in an antiques store after I'd seen it in the April thread. Less pleased upon playing it though; I was expecting some exploitation sounds but it's very much a westernized traditional feel, which doesn't appeal to me much without something to center it a bit. One for trades, I think.

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    various 7" early morning car boot finds



    Picture disc single from 1982 featuring various football stars on the front however,
    flipping it over it is signed by them and for no obvious reason Jimmy Savile OBE.





    Footballers featured are (back row): Dave Watson (Manchester City), Gordon McQueen (Manchester United),
    Phil Parkes (West Ham United), Ricky Villa (Tottenham Hotspur). (Middle row): Paul Reaney (Leeds United),
    Peter Withe (Newcastle United), Bob Latchford (everton), Viv Anderson (Nottingham Forest). (Front row)
    Steve Perryman (Tottenham Hotspur), John Hollins (Queens Park Rangers), Ossie Ardiles (Tottenham Hotspur).








    Indian demo disc for promoting the film Yaarana in 1980.








    2 x 10p Folk EP's








    Swedish single in a lovely mottled red wax from 1971








    2 x white flexi discs of Spanish Folk music released in 1962







    I've a similar flexi given away by Your Computer mag, there may have only ever been 2 unless someone knows more?





    Clear vinyl flexi to celebrate the royal engagement in 1981






    I assume this square flexi was given away with a board game in 1984, I have a Snow White one too.

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    Its happening I'm turning into 'Agnes Guano' help me... :



    Although I am intrigued he sports a bizarre M & S Leisure Suit when in singer mode.

    I do like his version of 'Spinning Wheel' which sadly isn't here although the theme tune to 'The Generation Game' is Yay!

    Edit, Gah its not 'Spinning Wheel' but the other BS&T classic and one of my favourite songs 'Lucretia McEvil' sadly not here either but saying that there is something strangely hypnotizing about the singing disc of this double LP. I would love to hand it to him and get it signed like some crazed Forsyth fan boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Head Gardener View Post
    Picture disc single from 1982 featuring various football stars on the front however,
    flipping it over it is signed by them and for no obvious reason Jimmy Savile OBE.
    Quite a find, but is the song any good? - I've secretly always hoped to find a copy of Brian Wade's meisterwerk in the wild but no luck so far...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Head Gardener View Post

    Picture disc single from 1982 featuring various football stars on the front however,
    flipping it over it is signed by them and for no obvious reason Jimmy Savile OBE.
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    that's earlier than 82 going by the strips.
    Also, in 1982 a "Peace" 45 would have been a little rich considering we were sailing off to slaughter Osvaldo Ardiles and Ricky Villa's countrymen
    I hope not. That would make me the Jimmy Savile of the record racks.

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    Cheap Reissue on 'Yellow' from 1996 of a Peer Library LP that I'm sure is well known and costs a fortune. There's a couple of UK editions of this on discogs for a fiver if you don't already own a copy. Jazz haters need not apply. :



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    I've had quite a few finds the last couple of weeks, but haven't had time to put pictures and text together. Two mini-hauls in the weekend at the car booter, someone selling off their deceased dad's record collection. In both cases it had obviously been culled as all big names (Beatles, Stones, Floyd, Zep, Bowie) were missing but interesting stuff still.

    This is from a charity shop yesterday. These are maybe not the most exciting finds, but I was really glad to buy the wooden crate from a local brewery. These are getting hard to come by as they are snapped up for interior design purposes. Sticking flowerpots in them, nailing them to the wall to put books in, etc.
    Hank Williams is a cheapo comp, but fills a gap. Bumpers has some interesting Island '70 tracks, this is the Swedish single LP issue, apart from everywhere else where it was a double. And Nazareth is well known of course, but it's the one I like the best.
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    Nice one love those old crates its the same in the UK for things like that they either cost a fortune of have been shabby chic'd and cost even more! I love that 'Bumpers' comp it introduced me to a ton of stuff pre-internet to get my ears around. I sold my heavily played version quite a few years back but have always been on the look out for another copy, used to be a staple of car boots but commands anything from £10-£20 on the net these days and I never see one out and about unless in a record shop overpriced once more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babycart View Post
    that's earlier than 82 going by the strips.
    Also, in 1982 a "Peace" 45 would have been a little rich considering we were sailing off to slaughter Osvaldo Ardiles and Ricky Villa's countrymen
    yes you are right, it's 1979 - I have found more info on 45cat

    incidently further giantchickens mention of John Miles earlier, here is the original poster that came with initial copies
    of the album, mine is a Factory Sample Copy and even has the sheet music for the 1st single taken from it!






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    Quote Originally Posted by amidar View Post
    Nice one love those old crates its the same in the UK for things like that they either cost a fortune of have been shabby chic'd and cost even more! I love that 'Bumpers' comp it introduced me to a ton of stuff pre-internet to get my ears around. I sold my heavily played version quite a few years back but have always been on the look out for another copy, used to be a staple of car boots but commands anything from £10-£20 on the net these days and I never see one out and about unless in a record shop overpriced once more.
    Came across 2 Schweppes boxes in a pub out in the sticks on Sunday. One was the wood store and the other one was upside down acting as a stand for a TV. Vastly under utilised in my opinion. I would have offered to take them off their hands but I am short on somewhere to put them at the moment.

    That Bumpers comp is ace. Found a copy in a chazza a couple of years back, very happy.

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    I'll try & keep it short.
    Catching up on KIkagaku Moyo. Brill.
    Little Richard has some weird sounding stuff on it. Perhaps they tried to make mono recordings sound like stereo or some shit like that. Whatever, it's a bit odd, with a few crackers on it.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKmMu4j_92A

    Les Baroques is a nice 1966 copy on Whamm! Good Dutch,'60s r'n'b with a touch of harder edged pop.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BhgH0el1EyQ

    81 reish of Peter Hammill Fools Mate..too impatient to wait for a nice cheap og to turn up.

    The Attack - Complete recordings 67 - 68. Fantastic comp which I didn't pick up 1st time round, and has since become a bit tricky to get a cheap one of. Managed, via Japan! The killer 45 sides are here, but, for me, they are outshone by a couple of mega previously unreleased tracks.


    Voyage and Variations came from pH. Thank you sir.
    Outre Tembe on the Voyage 45 sounds like a lost Elias Hulk tune, ie heavy, wailing early '70s post psych guitar wig out. With a touch of flute to level you out a tad.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5ZekDkjQ-4

    The 3rd 45 along is Nothing is easy by Erik on Gambit records. Couldn't find a clip, but it's a great, anglo-styled psych tune.

    The Trust 45 is a brilliant single from Belgium. Once again, no clip found. And I try is a corker.

    The Neumans is a long gone 45 worth picking up if (like me)you like full on fuzzy garage with screams a plenty and overloaded guitars.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jav3R50Lxfs

    Got the Parastat record cleaning kit in a Norwich secondhand emporium. Looks unused. Kind of like a gentlemans phonograph cleaner. Works a treat, and is beautifully made.
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    Gonna have to check out 'Kikagaku Moyo' see what all the fuss is about. Nice finds as usual Paul, I love Peter Hammill's solo work there's nothing else quite like it, you have to like his voice though I guess tis' a bit marmite.

    Most of my finds are online or chazza only at the moment, not been able to get to any bootys the wife wouldn't be able to come and I'd feel a right cnut leaving her at home despite me always running off and leaving her to route through boxes of records.

    Anyway means I'm filling in gaps and finding mad reissues on the cheap.

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    Its a brill comp introduced me to all the great early stuff on Island. Was probably my first exposure to Nick Drake now I think about it, I'd always avoided him despite being a massive 'John Martyn' fan. I'd certainly never heard any 'If' before I know that for certain.

    Quote Originally Posted by candiman View Post
    Came across 2 Schweppes boxes in a pub out in the sticks on Sunday. One was the wood store and the other one was upside down acting as a stand for a TV. Vastly under utilised in my opinion. I would have offered to take them off their hands but I am short on somewhere to put them at the moment.

    That Bumpers comp is ace. Found a copy in a chazza a couple of years back, very happy.

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    Oh, bloody hell. 'Bumpers'...a source of bad blood in the family...

    Bought my copy for a then very expensive from Violet May's in Sheffield some time in the 70s...my first taste of Nick Drake also ('Hazey Jane' remains a favourite) but most significant of all for me an alternative mix of Mott The Hoople's 'Thunderbuck Ram', unavailable elsewhere on vinyl and one reason the album held it's value over the years. Loaned my copy to my brother about 25 years ago....and after a good while asked for it back...'Oh sorry...forgot'....this excuse went on for a few years until it became... 'are you sure you loaned it to me?' and eventually this morphed into 'I've never borrowed any records off you - ever!...'

    My brother's pretty immovable once he's decided he's right and after about 20 years I gave up on it, although I've never found another copy in the right condition at the right price. Then just recently, when the thorny topic rose again, he admitted that he 'might' have it.....still haven't seen it though and I'm not holding my breath....family, eh?

    Nice John Miles, HG...I did get the poster with mine...I'd like to hear VGplussers' favourite John Miles moments for future reference...OK, might as well drop a few more finds while I'm here....starting with another evergreen various artists compy....



    Various - 'The World Of Hits Vol 2' - I remember my grandma (a fairly groovy gran) inheriting my auntie's old 'Elizabethan' stereo (with drop down turntable and built in guitar amplifier - whatever happened to that?) around Christmas 1973 and when I went round to stay found she'd bought a pile of records including Slade's 'Merry Xmas Everybody', Mud's 'Tiger Feet' and this compilation of Decca oldies including The Attack's 'Hi Ho Silver Lining' - well impressive -about the third copy I've owned, and like a few of this lot, a spare. Still fairly ubiquitous and I can't even remember Vol 1 now....



    Godley & Creme - 'Five O'Clock In The Morning'
    10cc - 'I'm Mandy, Fly Me'

    The first single from Lol & Kev's ill-fated 'Consequences' debacle which I've still never listened to in it's entirety, possibly out of respect for the dead. It's a pleasant enough little ditty which covers much the same ground as their earlier 'Brand New Morning' with 10cc. 'I'm Mandy' was never my favourite 10cc number but I'd never realised it has the 'How Dare You?' instrumental on the flip (at least, this 'not on Discogs' Irish copy does) - I play this out sometimes and always have to fade it before it segues into the next track on the album - I'd hoped this version might differ slightly, but the ending sounds exactly like...well, someone fading it before it segues etc...



    New Musik - 'From A to B' - seem to remember someone on here bigging this up recently so picked up a decent spare of this superior turn of the 80s electro pop-ish effort, largely the work of the much underrated Tony Mansfield, who was also responsible for much of Mari Wilson's output, including the ace 'Showpeople' album.





    More lousy photography....

    Manfred Mann's Earthband - 'Joybringer' - you all know the Holst based hit, but I was after a better copy of the excellent 'Can't Eat Meat' on the flip another longtime favourite chicken-spin...

    Santana - 'Samba Pa Ti' - this seven is new on me, nice to have 'Incident At Neshabur' on a 45 - not as minty as it appeared, mind...

    Kate Bush - 'Running Up That Hill' - posted this a few months back, but this is the gatefold version...



    Ron Goodwin & His Orchestra - 'Play Burt Bacharach' - I don't usually bother with anybody playing instrumental Bacharach that isn't His Burtness himself, but seeing this was produced by Sir George Martin and I was still hurting, thought I'd give it a go. It's a very British take on the works, with a few adventurous arrangements but overall a bit slick. I imagined it to be the sort of thing Jerry from 'The Good Life' would put on the eight track in the Rover when Margot wasn't around and feel a bit rebellious about it. Nice, but not really a keeper...

    Michal David + Kroky Františka Janečka - 'S/T' - It's from 1982, it's Eastern European, it's got older blokes with long hair and moustaches on the sleeve - this has got to be some crazy Polish jazz skronkfest, right? No chicken, wrong. It's not Polish, it's Czech (the Panton label should have been a clue) and it's an exercise in showing that in the early 80s, the era of Phil Collins, musicians behind the Iron Curtain could make music that was just as anodyne as anything in the west. The most exciting moments are when it sounds a little bit like 'Buggles' period Yes, but really that's about it....

    Sabicas - 'Flamenco Fantasy With The Fabulous Sabicas' - My lucky streak with flamenco records continues. I was well chuffed recently to find a Spanish Carmen Amayas EP where she stamps and shuffles all over the superb playing of the flamenco guitar great and so it was something of a surprise to discover this nice minty copy of a collection of 1960 recordings on our very own 'Music For Pleasure' - used it to test a pair of speakers that had been lying dormant for sometime and was not in any way disappointed as the dust flew - more brit-flamenco connections to follow in forthcoming posts....









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    Probably me with 'New Musik' GC, I put 'On Islands' on my swap CD. I think its way ahead of its time with all the studio trickery going on although it was probably overshadowed by 'Buggles' around the same time. I'm surprised they never got a top twenty hit off that album but the brains behind it all did carve out quite a studio career I believe. I must get around to checking out their second and third Lps.

    I'll buy anything by 'Sabicas' because he's a Bona Fide Genius but every time I see that MFP it either has the wrong record inside or is scratched to buggery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giantchicken View Post

    Sabicas - 'Flamenco Fantasy With The Fabulous Sabicas' - My lucky streak with flamenco records continues. I was well chuffed recently to find a Spanish Carmen Amayas EP where she stamps and shuffles all over the superb playing of the flamenco guitar great .
    Carmen is amazing.

    Her performance at 4:00 here is one of the most erotic, thrilling things on YT.

    I hope not. That would make me the Jimmy Savile of the record racks.

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    Plugging various holes in my collection but was pleased to find a Mint copy 'Relics' in a quick 5 minute visit to a charity shop as the wife had herself photographed for officledom in the Post Office opposite.

    Anyway everyone knows what that looks like and even though its the repress its minty so I don't care. I bought this next record 'Bongwater - The Big Sell Out' when it first came out. I had no idea what they were about I just thought they were totally bonkers. I understand a lot more about where they were coming from musically and lyrically now and have been really enjoying them again. Sad how this album pretty much signaled the end of their marriage and his label but I have a real soft spot for this release especially the cover of 'Everybody's Talking' with extracts from Ann's 'Dream Diary'. :





    Next up this was cheap and I keep seeing it so thought I best grab it before it dissapears completely and lovely it is too:


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    Quote Originally Posted by giantchicken View Post
    my auntie's old 'Elizabethan' stereo (with drop down turntable and built in guitar amplifier


    Damn...can't believe I didn't get first dibs on that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by giantchicken View Post


    Damn...can't believe I didn't get first dibs on that!
    Never seen one of those before! Where you supposed to plug your electric guitar in and play along to your favourite tunes?


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    Picked one of these up for 50p yesterday. Spanish fuzz E.P 1966. Including covers of 19th Nervous Breakdown and Keep on Running.


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    Found this in Mint condition but unsure as to pressing as it has a purple cover so not a first and has mention of RCA on the back. First shop I walk into staring at me at the front of the box, just needs a sleeve seam PVA repair:


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    More from my jaunt. All in excellent or better condition, hoping for some good 'Yacht Rock' action but not holding my breath. :













    Some gap fillers through the post:



    Love the cover on this even has fake ringwear:


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    Yep if I had the space I'd have piles of the things.

    Quote Originally Posted by candiman View Post
    Came across 2 Schweppes boxes in a pub out in the sticks on Sunday. One was the wood store and the other one was upside down acting as a stand for a TV. Vastly under utilised in my opinion. I would have offered to take them off their hands but I am short on somewhere to put them at the moment.

    That Bumpers comp is ace. Found a copy in a chazza a couple of years back, very happy.

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    LP finds in fields



    The debut HeeBeeGeeBees parody album featuring Angus Deyton & Phillip Pope
    I have never come across their 1984 follow up 20 Big No.2's on my digging trips.



    The Smashed Twits magazine insert includes an exclusive interview with David Bowwow









    A double album anthology of Venezuelian music + poetry





    From the 1968 BBC radio series based on ye olde booke







    A real oddity, US issue of the drag star recorded live at The Black Cap in Camden Town in 1972





    the pick of a pile of cheap Xian Folk











    the best finds were these 2 x lovely lasses at £2 a pop


    a 5 x album live set, unplayed!


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    Nice finds on the 'Laurie Anderson' and 'Billie Holliday' HG.

    That drag thing is flaming creepy, 'shudders'

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    a few bits from a medway chazza..






    any one know the sleepwalkers?? no info its xian folk
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    No info on The Sleepwalkers SCG. although that's q-uite a noteable recording engineer who's studio they've chosen....

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    Sounds of salvation is a nice find. Give me a shout if you don't dig it ��
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