Let me know if you fancy anything here...mostly after 60s r'n'b/psych/pop but sure we can sort something.
The Yamasuki's - Yamasuki/A-I-E-A-O-A (UK Records)
UK press of this in those turquoise company sleeves
Janet Kay - Loving You/Loving You Dub (Pye)
British reggae version of Minnie Riperton hit with a particularly fine dub flip in a company sleeve
The Living Truth - Bongo Natty (Lyric & Sound)
Nice reggae vocal and version recorded in New York
Anne Sylvestre - ...chante (Philips)
French femme folk p/s EP
John Coltrane - While My Lady Sleeps/Spring Is Here (Fontana)
Class on lovely picture sleeve 45 from '64
Ready Brek Free Record (Lyons flexidisc)
From the sublime to...Noel Edmonds narrating a promotional porridge flexidisc featuring, bizarrely, Johnny Harris' Footprints On The Moon
Indo-Jazz Fusion - Music For People Who Go Their Own Way (National)
Picture sleeve petrol promotional 45 featuring (bizarrely again) the John Mayer Group.
Jane Birkin - Black...White (Black & White)
Yet another promotional picture sleeve, this time featuring Mrs Gainsbourg singing about scotch whisky in French on one side and English on the other, with a tune composed by Herve Roy
Byron Davis - Big Bush Sound (Bush)
And another...very funky big band promoting Bush stereos with the 'girls' on vocals repeating the title for the vocals. Bonkers.
Jean Jacques Perrey - Minuet Of The Robots/Porcupine Rock (Vanguard)
Brilliant moog groover on the flip of a nice promo 45
Honky - Give It All You Got/Can't Sit Down (Creole)
Ignore the a-side, the b-side is a brilliant jazz-funk-rock workout which sounds oddly like Frank Zappa at his funkiest.
Dudley Simpson Orchestra - Blake's 7/Federation March (BBC)
Classic sci-fi theme in company sleeve.
John Williams - Star Wars/Cantina Band (20th Century)
See above, but with the cheesy Tatooine nightclub tune as well.
Godiego - Gandahara/The Birth Of The Odyssey/Monkey Magic (BBC)
More theme tunes from the Beeb in a company sleeve, this time it's Japanese, cult, kung-fu and funky weird disco.
John & Rosalind - In Memory Of Bruce Lee/Breaking Through (Warner Bros)
Picture sleeve 45 about how 'everyone cried the night that he died', he being 'the fastest feet and hands in the land' etc etc etc. Nice funky bassline on this in a cheesy kind of way.
Buddy Miles - Them Changes/Your Feeling Is Mine (Mercury)
Classic funk-rock stuff in a company sleeve with a great Otis Redding tune on the b-side
Delaney & Bonnie - Comin' Home/Groupie(Superstar)
Funky rock featuring Eric Clapton with a nice version of the Carpenter's tune on the b-side
Aziz et ses Rythmes Arabes - Mustapaha (Panorama)
Middle Eastern groover with French vocals in a weird picture sleeve
The Bandwagon - Breakin' Down The Walls Of Heartache/Dancin' Master (Direction)
Nice Northern double-sider
The Syndicate - Me Ball's Burst/MCFC - Up The Blues (Indigo)
Weird stuff with Man City on one side with a football theme and a wah-wah, flute, organ and bass led groove monster on the other. In a nice cheesecake picture sleeve
Henry Mancini - How Soon/Tiber Twist (RCA)
Wel-known theme on the a-side and a very groovy sax-led now-sound lounge twister on the other
The Specials - A Message To You Rudy/Nite Klub (Two-Tone)
In one of those classic company sleeves...