Need to clear some space. Nothing too exciting, but thought I'd offer them before they head out. Usual deal, postage from the UK, etc

"Bottom Shelf Delights"

Marx Bros
Sally Go Round the Roses - nursery rhymes educational record
Sesame Street
Dr Murray Banks - yiddish comedy
Yoga For Health - double, with inserts, flyers, etc
Self hypnosis


Songs of Israel - couple of nice folky ones on here. Gatefold with booklet
Sharona Aron - folk. quiet pressing though. first track "At-At" is really nice, some nice ones on second side too
Songs of Israel comp
Orquesta Reve - cuban album on Realworld
Barbados - tourist job gatefold with booklet etc
Breton drums and bagpipes
US Slovakian record
Great cover, but only Hawaiian music, not Exotica (and they're not even Hawaiian, but Samoan)


cumbia - La Cologiala
discos fuentes EP on mango - 1 track cumbia, 1 more dubby, 1 dancehall, and 1 awful cover of La Bamba to round things off
Silver Bullet - 20 Seconds to comply
3 Norman Cook remixes of above
Palm Skin Productions
Bernice Frazier - 80s electro cover of Use Me
Hot RS - House of the Rising Sun, disco version


Johnny Mathis and Nelson Riddle - lovely mint copy
Tony Bennett / Count Basie - 80s re
Keith Jarrett - double LP on ECM
Don Ellis Underground - bit crackly, but still playable. "It's Your Thing", "Eli's Coming" etc
Jacques Loussier - drums and piano, only VG
Stuff Smith - US jazz violinist, backed by MPS guys

VV gear + country

Killer Watts
Ray McVay - double, mostly cheese, but great "Vehicle" on this and couple of other okay-ish covers
Spike Island - UK country, beaty opening track sung by Dave Peacock (Chas'n'Dave) is great, singer on the rest is a bit rubbish
Stereo '69 - "Birds" by Tony Hatch, also John Schroeder and Paraffin Jack Flash
Hugo does Elton
another Ray McVay double, also has "Vehicle" on, and a couple of okay-ish other covers
Phil Brady - more UK country. Pretty good
O Lucky Man - "Sell Sell Sell"
German Bert Kaempfert LP, great sleeve. Early 60s with that great loud plucked bass/guitar sound. Those north of the border may enjoy this horror:
Steve Race doing his jazzy thing on TV Themes, with Tubby Hayes etc
Buck Owens - classic 60s Bakersfield sound