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  1. #91
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    Sheer Kahn, great description of the George Brigman sound. Almost a definition of garage.
    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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    Nice ez library, birds and bees is the joint on this, sweet smooth instrumental guitar soul jazz at its finest. The whole moto-cross side is spot on.



    Weird and wonderful from selected sound, bleep blip bloop. Idk....



    I have his other LP with cristo redentor on which I absolutely adore so when I saw this I thought what the hell. Nice bluesy mellow psych with a hint of funk.



    Just awesome blues, awesome drummer and in such lovely condition too.



    I swore my mate had one of the cosmic echo LPs and when I showed him this I was baffled when I got no response, I asked him "which Lonnie Smith lp do you have?" and he was like "who is lonnie smith?" Maybe I dreamt that he had it....so anyway I gave him this copy and he loves it.



    This is really shit but I like it. Cheesey links and stings, I was hoping for cosmic electro and floaty ambience but no, all I got was stinking cheese.



    This is the 4th time ive seen this while out in the wild, and each time I see it it's absolutely battered and worn to hell, as was this copy, but it plays pretty well considering and it was only a fiver. Are they still in jail?



    Playin' in the yard....BURNER! Not a massive fan of Rollins but this is a nice LP



    This has a funky version of something but i forget what otherwise its forgettable.



    I wish I was around in the 60's, I would have went to find Lyn and asked her to marry me and have my babies. This LP is nice to lie down to.



    Here's a bunch of 45's, proper funky deep groovers and a couple of soulful joints.









    And possibly my best find this year so far



    A storming psych-blues masterpiece. I fuggen love this track.

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    Good finds - the flip on that James Brown is great deep soul, on the Dave Godin CDs

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    Played lucky dip with a box of reggae 12"s and did okay. Acld dub from Birmingham 1980. Some very similar sound effects were used a year later on The Specials 'Ghost Town' John Collins production on both.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMxI3usc8BA

    record licker

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    Woah, I just checked this detonators track, killer!

    Also can anyone give me some tips on how to resize pics? how do people go about uploading and embedding them on here?

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    if you use imgur it'll give you various sizes of your uploaded images to use.

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    Went to Edinburgh for a day with mrs Jay. Lovely place...

    Picked this up from a little market. Very enjoyable space themed easy listening larks


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    Quote Originally Posted by stylesforfree View Post


    Nice ez library, birds and bees is the joint on this, sweet smooth instrumental guitar soul jazz at its finest. The whole moto-cross side is spot on.



    Weird and wonderful from selected sound, bleep blip bloop. Idk....



    I have his other LP with cristo redentor on which I absolutely adore so when I saw this I thought what the hell. Nice bluesy mellow psych with a hint of funk.



    Just awesome blues, awesome drummer and in such lovely condition too.



    I swore my mate had one of the cosmic echo LPs and when I showed him this I was baffled when I got no response, I asked him "which Lonnie Smith lp do you have?" and he was like "who is lonnie smith?" Maybe I dreamt that he had it....so anyway I gave him this copy and he loves it.



    This is really shit but I like it. Cheesey links and stings, I was hoping for cosmic electro and floaty ambience but no, all I got was stinking cheese.



    This is the 4th time ive seen this while out in the wild, and each time I see it it's absolutely battered and worn to hell, as was this copy, but it plays pretty well considering and it was only a fiver. Are they still in jail?



    Playin' in the yard....BURNER! Not a massive fan of Rollins but this is a nice LP



    This has a funky version of something but i forget what otherwise its forgettable.



    I wish I was around in the 60's, I would have went to find Lyn and asked her to marry me and have my babies. This LP is nice to lie down to.



    Here's a bunch of 45's, proper funky deep groovers and a couple of soulful joints.









    And possibly my best find this year so far



    A storming psych-blues masterpiece. I fuggen love this track.
    I'll have to look for this Fields 45 the flip side track is a short version compared to the Lp,nice find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stylesforfree View Post


    Nice ez library, birds and bees is the joint on this, sweet smooth instrumental guitar soul jazz at its finest. The whole moto-cross side is spot on.



    Weird and wonderful from selected sound, bleep blip bloop. Idk....



    I have his other LP with cristo redentor on which I absolutely adore so when I saw this I thought what the hell. Nice bluesy mellow psych with a hint of funk.



    Just awesome blues, awesome drummer and in such lovely condition too.



    I swore my mate had one of the cosmic echo LPs and when I showed him this I was baffled when I got no response, I asked him "which Lonnie Smith lp do you have?" and he was like "who is lonnie smith?" Maybe I dreamt that he had it....so anyway I gave him this copy and he loves it.



    This is really shit but I like it. Cheesey links and stings, I was hoping for cosmic electro and floaty ambience but no, all I got was stinking cheese.



    This is the 4th time ive seen this while out in the wild, and each time I see it it's absolutely battered and worn to hell, as was this copy, but it plays pretty well considering and it was only a fiver. Are they still in jail?



    Playin' in the yard....BURNER! Not a massive fan of Rollins but this is a nice LP



    This has a funky version of something but i forget what otherwise its forgettable.



    I wish I was around in the 60's, I would have went to find Lyn and asked her to marry me and have my babies. This LP is nice to lie down to.



    Here's a bunch of 45's, proper funky deep groovers and a couple of soulful joints.









    And possibly my best find this year so far



    A storming psych-blues masterpiece. I fuggen love this track.
    I'll have to look for this Fields 45 the flip side track is a short version compared to the Lp,nice find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay View Post
    Went to Edinburgh for a day with mrs Jay. Lovely place...

    Picked this up from a little market. Very enjoyable space themed easy listening larks

    Nice find if an original, been booted a couple of times though. Used to have lots of fans on the Exotica mailing list in the 90s.

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    Any method of knowing if it's a bootleg mate

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    don't think the boots even pretended to have the same label. Original Stereo label scan up on Discogs https://www.discogs.com/Frank-Comsto...release/583884

    should be easy to tell a 1960 US record from a 90s or later boot though? Card type, paper type, print quality, pasted cover, grooves in label, smell (!)

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    On a train to London. But that's the label for sure...

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    Monday basement bargains: Swedish proto electro from 83, moog banger and rare Danish soul jazz folk arranged by Sahib Shihab. Not bad.

    Street Life - Act on instinct 12"
    Mark Evans - Rock And Moog party, Welthits
    Nat Russell - that's nat

    Sorry no pics or soundclips

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    Quote Originally Posted by stylesforfree View Post


    Nice ez library, birds and bees is the joint on this, sweet smooth instrumental guitar soul jazz at its finest. The whole moto-cross side is spot on.



    Weird and wonderful from selected sound, bleep blip bloop. Idk....



    I have his other LP with cristo redentor on which I absolutely adore so when I saw this I thought what the hell. Nice bluesy mellow psych with a hint of funk.



    Just awesome blues, awesome drummer and in such lovely condition too.



    I swore my mate had one of the cosmic echo LPs and when I showed him this I was baffled when I got no response, I asked him "which Lonnie Smith lp do you have?" and he was like "who is lonnie smith?" Maybe I dreamt that he had it....so anyway I gave him this copy and he loves it.



    This is really shit but I like it. Cheesey links and stings, I was hoping for cosmic electro and floaty ambience but no, all I got was stinking cheese.



    This is the 4th time ive seen this while out in the wild, and each time I see it it's absolutely battered and worn to hell, as was this copy, but it plays pretty well considering and it was only a fiver. Are they still in jail?



    Playin' in the yard....BURNER! Not a massive fan of Rollins but this is a nice LP



    This has a funky version of something but i forget what otherwise its forgettable.



    I wish I was around in the 60's, I would have went to find Lyn and asked her to marry me and have my babies. This LP is nice to lie down to.



    Here's a bunch of 45's, proper funky deep groovers and a couple of soulful joints.









    And possibly my best find this year so far



    A storming psych-blues masterpiece. I fuggen love this track.

    Awesome :-)
    Give a man a tree, He'll take a forest!

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