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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonovox View Post
    They're on Ad-Rhythm / Teepee and I don't think they ever got another release. There's a couple of discussions mentioning them on the board; the "Fever" one is the one to look out for, cool version of "Ode To Billie Joe". I've never heard / seen the other two before, so it's a vulture woop from me.
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    Not posted for a while, bur had some fairly decent action of late, some highlights here:

    A strange 8" Delea lane acetate; cant find anything about.

    10" Oak Acetate, Liverpool band called the Ye Paladins.

    Nice selection of 10" W African / Ghanaian High Life LPs all lovely condition.

    All sound good, but The Blackbeats is stand out.

    Six lovely condition 7" High Life/Blues; Mensah, Ramblers DB and Police DB.

    Some nice Tubby Hayes LPs, paid up for them but Im a fan.

    Also picked up a copy of the Zoot Sims LP at Ronnie Scotts on Fontana.

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    No letting me upload photos... will try another way...

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    Dont try and upload, use imgur or something similar, best way to put photos up.

    Friend of mine made a doc about Tubby, have you seen it? If not, worth a look.

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    From a variety of sources with the majority coming from digging in the bargain bins on Ebay.


    Laurence Rosenthal - The Comedians soundtrack. More interesting than expected. The film is set in Haiti during the Papa Doc Duvalier regime and this score has plenty of moody orchestral flourishes, chanting and percussive elements.
    Leith Stevens / Stu Phillips - The Interns soundtrack. 'The Wildest Music From The Wildest Party Ever Filmed!' the record claims. Yeah not really but it's quite fun.
    The Girlwatchers - Music To Watch Girls By. Lets loose with the organ a little on a couple of tracks but doesn't give as much as it could.
    The Seven Players - West Digs East - Dig?. Slightly confused interpretation of what the East actually is I would say but has a couple of nice tracks on this.


    Paul Nero - Nero's Detroit Soul Party.
    Arthur Lyman - Taboo.
    Arthur Lyman - The Colorful Percussions.
    Martin Denny - Primitiva.


    The Savanna Trio - Folk Songs From Iceland.
    Ravi Shankar - The Exciting Music Of.
    Conjunto Explosao Do Samba - Rio Fantastico. Samba comp.
    Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66. Herb Alpert Presents. Just need Equinox now.


    Jimmy Smith - Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?
    Julie London - Yummy, Yummy, Yummy. A board fave I believe. Any others to look out for?
    Dill Jones - Jones The Jazz. Brit jazzer that I believe played with Phil Seamen and Tubby Hayes.
    Johnny Gregory and his Orchestra - The Avengers and other TV Themes.
    Francis Lai - Vivre Pour Vivre soundtrack.
    Vanilla Fudge - Near The Beginning.


    First 3 in pic from the charities. As good as it gets at the moment!
    Incredible Jimmy Smith - Organ Grinder Swing.
    Let's Go Mr James. Complete mystery this one.
    Jerry Allen - Get Your Party Organised. Has to be up there with terrible cover design.
    The Dutch Rhythm Steel & Show Band - Soul, Steel & Show. One of the highlights of the year and from a nice bit of trading with Cacapo so thanks mate. Played a couple of tracks at a Bonfire night party and proved very popular.

    The Arrows featuring Davie Allan. Cycle-Delic Sounds. A little trip up to York a few weeks ago got me a cheapish copy of this reissue.


    Last batch from a small record fair in Falmouth.
    Antonio Carlos Jobim - Wave.
    Timi Yuro - What's A Matter Baby? Liking Insult To Injury off this.

    Rasputin's Stash - S/T.
    Brian Eno / David Byrne - My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts.
    Sweet Smoke - Just A Poke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bennyboy View Post
    Dont try and upload, use imgur or something similar, best way to put photos up.

    Friend of mine made a doc about Tubby, have you seen it? If not, worth a look.
    No Ill have a look thanks, great tenor.

    Ill try again tomorrow, wouldnt even let me link a URL..?

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    Anyone know why its not uploading from photobucket?

    I paste the URL into my IE buffer and it displays (image) but this site doesnt recognise the same format.

    I have suspicion that the prefix or suffix isnt complaint

    Ive tried both the link and insert image options?

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    Nice looking batch there Melter. Have to join you in bigging up the Dutch Rhythm Steel & Showl Band lp. I didn't have a clue about it until a very cheap copy was thrust into my hands at Utrecht. I looked at the cover, gave a quizzical look to the person recommending it to me, who responded to my uncertainty with "just buy it, it's brilliant". Down by the river is the ace of course.
    Everyone tear down your own little wall
    That keeps you from being a part of it all
    Because you've got to be one with the one and all
    You've just got to be close to it all

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    richwax

    try http://imgsafe.org ... i've never had any problems with it ...





    Quote Originally Posted by richwax View Post
    Anyone know why its not uploading from photobucket?

    I paste the URL into my IE buffer and it displays (image) but this site doesnt recognise the same format.

    I have suspicion that the prefix or suffix isnt complaint

    Ive tried both the link and insert image options?
    "White paper inner sleeve is pristine ..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by richwax View Post
    Anyone know why its not uploading from photobucket?

    I paste the URL into my IE buffer and it displays (image) but this site doesnt recognise the same format.

    I have suspicion that the prefix or suffix isnt complaint

    Ive tried both the link and insert image options?
    I use photobucket. Have you un-ticked the 'retrieve remote file..' box when you paste the URL?
    "You don't want to kill the cash donkey"

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    Store credit secured this for me from Noise Pollution Records this afternoon. Some top flight Delia action here.

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    Thanks to M for putting it aside for me. Thanks also to all those who didn't buy it from his website.

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    Photobucket seem to have changed their format. One consequence being that it is harder to avoid the ads. I may feel compelled to take my (non-paying) custom elsewhere.

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    I agree as to "The Comedians". "I am the Haitian Flag" again being edged off my swap CD at the last moment.

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    I use imgsafe now. Got pissed off with the ads on Photobucket, and I'd nearly filled up my free allowance. Deleting pics didn't seem to make any difference. Imgsafe is easier anyway.
    Everyone tear down your own little wall
    That keeps you from being a part of it all
    Because you've got to be one with the one and all
    You've just got to be close to it all

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    Quote Originally Posted by treeboy View Post
    I use imgsafe now. Got pissed off with the ads on Photobucket, and I'd nearly filled up my free allowance. Deleting pics didn't seem to make any difference. Imgsafe is easier anyway.
    Agreed on photobucket, its a pain to use, but imgsafe doesn't seem to allow you to delete images.

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    nice find in a box of old 78's this morning, From His Master's Voice's Gramophone & Record Catalogue, Feb - Mar 1911:
    "For the first time in the history of the Talking Machine industry, a genuine record has been obtained of a bird.
    The Nightingale in question is the property of Herr Carl Reich, of Berlin, and was taken from its nest shortly after hatching, and reared by hand."



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    I was reading about the BBC's annual live nightingale broadcasts the other week.

    http://journal.sciencemuseum.ac.uk/b...e-nightingale/
    Vardy.....¡¡¡PELIGRO!!!

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    Picked up some Cool Scandinavia this past week:





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    Found this at the flea market last week. It's a booklet with photos of the Beatles, the Stones, the Monkees and the Walker Brothers and also contains 2 flexi discs containing cover versions by The Firebirds, who I can't find very much info about at all, including the worst/best cover version of the Beatles 'Magical Mystery Tour' which sounds like the band had only heard the song once before recording their version. It also sounds like they thought the song title was 'Magical Mystery Flower'. Best thing I found in November, by far!
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