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  • #16
    I played the following:

    Little Ones:

    Alain Gorageur - Au Dela de la Peur

    Georges Moustaki - Generique (from the soundtrack L'American)

    Michel LeGrand - Black Fire Dream (from the soundtrack Les Feux de la Chandeleur)

    Pierre Cavalli - Un Soir Chez Norris (from Swiss TV Show)


    Big Ones:

    Hein Huysmans - Night People - (Belgium)

    Hugo Heredia - Al Bebbe Guia (France)

    Marc Gregor - Mabusso (Swiss)

    Bobby Christian - Rock on Gill (US Private Press)

    The Globetrotters - Globetrottin' (USA)

    Charles Hilton Brown - I'm Comin' Home (Italy)

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    • #17
      Cheers to everyone for some mighty fine choices on Monday evening. Good to see you all.

      And the running total for the first month of 2007 is 2 to Steve, 1 to Andrew (who's form is slipping badly! ).



      You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Rich Hero View Post
        Cheers to everyone for some mighty fine choices on Monday evening. Good to see you all.

        And the running total for the first month of 2007 is 2 to Steve, 1 to Andrew (who's form is slipping badly! ).



        Form slippage:

        it's time for some heartbeats

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        • #19
          methinks the one person who left while you were playing is an indicator that your choices were just not wrong enough. mr steve, on the other hand.... i'm sure 'twas merely the lateness of the hour

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Rich Hero View Post
            Cheers to everyone for some mighty fine choices on Monday evening. Good to see you all.

            And the running total for the first month of 2007 is 2 to Steve, 1 to Andrew (who's form is slipping badly! ).



            Really...... but I can do sooooo much more damage if I really go for it. I was being gentle It is interesting that the two extremes of, on the one hand, soft, harmonic and tuneful, and, on the other, harsh, agressive and discordant, meet at /with the same response from the brillo audience.... The Circle of Brillo.
            "Ridicule is nothing to be scared of"

            www.myspace.com/illustratedlondonnoise*********illustratedlondonnoise.blogspot.com

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            • #21
              "And the running total for the first month of 2007 is 2 to Steve, 1 to Andrew (whose form is slipping badly!)"
              Running total of what may I ask?

              My tunes (in no order and almost certainly with some missed out):

              Zeet Band - Boogie-Loo
              Anthony King - Chunnel Boogie
              Flying Guitar - Muskrat
              Yan Tregger - Iron Horse
              Blurt - The Ruminant Plinth
              Red Baron - Cowboy
              Harumi - Hurry Up Now
              Libre Esprit Moteur - Clubman Roundup
              Jeanette - Porque Te Vas
              And a Harmonic Mood Library track called Red Car or something, can't remember who did it, sorry

              I'll put the others up if I remember them.

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              • #22
                Harmonic's "Beat" 10". Heavy sixties biz, tough percussive filthiness. Nice choice mister.
                it's time for some heartbeats

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                • #23
                  Yeah, was that alright but who did it?

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