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    I don't really know how these records come about but I'm presuming it's odds and sods studio time left over to bash out a project. Often instrumental, slightly weird 45s result. I love buying these records. Can we make a list of them here? I will start with VivaChiba's recent find and probably one of the most sought after of the lot.



    It seems to be early 60s through to late 70s with a preponderance of glam.
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    Cor. That makes me want to go out and kick someones head in.

    I can only think of this, a cool JBs type thing which was the first studio project from Mojo according to 45cat.



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    • #3
      I'd like to nominate these 2:



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      • #4
        Originally posted by SirSlim View Post
        You may have mentioned that one before Sir Slim? It was in my wants list on Discogs. In any case there was a copy for the friendly sum of $2.27 on eBay, so it's now mine.

        I will give the nod to this VG+ favourite, which was released across Europe(??)... 'Come in Bonzo' by Big Cherry:





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        • #5
          Originally posted by eine View Post

          You may have mentioned that one before Sir Slim? It was in my wants list on Discogs. In any case there was a copy for the friendly sum of $2.27 on eBay, so it's now mine.
          It think it was Xann who first alerted VGplus to the wonderfulness of Gliss Anders...

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          • #6


            The aptly named "Dromedar named Itzenplitz" was also released as a Popcorn B-Side as Ecco. https://www.discogs.com/Jam-Popcorn/release/4079499
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            • #7
              That's phenomenal. I must have one!

              Bernard Estardy made a career of weird studio pop singles...


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              • #8
                Les spectacularly here is a one off studio glam frippery that I have just found on my shelf (which really isn't 'great')

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                • #9
                  I got this of our very own Rich Hero a good while ago. Some library dudes doing music for friendly breakdance competitions (fast).

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                  • #10
                    Here we go. Straight from a production team hiding behind a silly name. A fuzzy studio jam that sounds great—



                    Buster Jangles' Flying Mattress ‎– Love Has Taken Over My Brain
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                    • #11
                      Cat's Eyes by Life (aka Peter Shelley of Alvin Stardust fame). Late northern soul hit.
                       
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