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  • Shere Khan
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    Originally posted by jay View Post
    Could I please grab the Manhattan transfer?
    no idea what it is but interested to hear a shere Khan top 10 lp
    Go Jay. You probably will think 'what the hell...'- but what the hell. Favourite track, all of them but maybe 'Nothing You Can Do About It', or 'Shaker Song'.

    Right now I'm listening to White Light White Heat which is a whole other kettle of fish. Favourite track, 'Sister Ray' of course.

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  • bongolia
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    Of course! If you can read Japanese you can sing along (it's a Japanese pressing)

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  • jay
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    Could I please grab the Manhattan transfer?
    no idea what it is but interested to hear a shere Khan top 10 lp

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  • Shere Khan
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    I'll have a bash at Noro Morales, Martinu's Jazz inspired pieces, and Amor Canto Primeiro. Cheers chief.

    That Manhattan Transfer LP is one I'd grab if the house was on fire. I expect everyone will wonder why- I just like it, it's in my top ten. I bought it when it came out, I still play it, so it must be good.

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  • Sam
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    Heya! Could I please put my name down for Birds & Brass, Bobby Womack and Lee Garrett! Thank you for sorting these out :-)

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  • SirSlim
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    Originally posted by bongolia View Post
    you better heed the call then!

    I've got "Taboo" on 45 so can't really justify the space in keeping the LP

    I'm sold!

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  • bongolia
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    you better heed the call then!

    I've got "Taboo" on 45 so can't really justify the space in keeping the LP

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  • IAN
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    Very kind of you Bongolia

    Could I bagsy Roy Gubby, Young Generation and Mac & Katie Kissoon? Got some freebies for you to look through in exchange if you like

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  • SirSlim
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    That "jungle drums" studio 2 LP is calling out to me Bongolia...

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  • SirSlim
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    Originally posted by bongolia View Post
    it's not Ben this time!

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  • bongolia
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    it's not Ben this time!

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  • Mactheruss
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    Hey Ben - would be very glad of the Oscar Peterson, John McLaughlin and Staple Singers, if you'd be so kind.
    Hope to do my own Freebies giveaway sometime soon

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  • bongolia
    started a topic February Freebies

    February Freebies

    Clearing out some spares and whatnot, and seeing if any interest here before they go elsewhere. The usual deal - postage will be 3 pounds or so in the UK, more overseas. Please reserve by posting in the thread, not via PM. and no lurkers (50 post minimum).


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    Johnny Harris - Movements (only the 90s boot)
    Johnny Harris Plays Lionel Bart
    John Schroeder - Classical Vibrations (sleeve crinkled from damp)
    Shangaans - Jungle Drums (really great version of "Taboo")
    Soft Rock - Boulevard surf/guitar instrumental thing (not soft rock at all!)
    Stan Butcher, Birds and Brass - Golden Hour comp
    Young Generation - Photograph
    Cyril Stapleton - nice version of "Albatross" on this
    Jack Nathan - More Miller Sounds - "Aquarius"


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    The Planets - Rick Wakeman synth thing
    Edward Woodward - This Man Alone (title track is great)
    Arthur Lyman - Taboo
    Paul Weston - The Sweet and the Swinging
    David Carroll - Latin Percussion
    Noro Morales - Holiday In Havana ("Mississippi Mambo")
    Xavier Cugat - not actually a best of, this is all re-recordings of earlier hits with the full SABPM treatment. Nice version of "Taboo"
    Xavier Cugat - Plays Continental Hits (aka Cugat In Europe) - nice moody version of "Apache" on here
    Katsumasa Takasago - Flower Dance (Japanese Folk Melodies)


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    Roy Gubby - mood music thing
    Gordon Jenkins - Manhattan Tower / California - odd mood music/spoken word thing
    Pancho Silva - In A Latin Mood
    Machito at the Palladium - boot, also known as Tito Rodriguez at the Palladium
    Snowboy and the Latin Section - some really good tracks on this
    Amor Canto Primeiro - brazilian comp, better than the dodgy sleeve looks
    Oscar Peterson - Motions & Emotions - "Ode To Billie Joe"
    Jackie Sprangers - Hawaii Parade - seems hawaiian music reached Poland too
    Mancini - Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? - OST


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    John McLaughlin - Guitar Player - fusion
    Martinu - Jazz Inspired Compositions
    McCoy Mrubata - Firebird - SA jazz
    Bobby Darin
    Marian McPartland - Marian's Moods
    Jay Norman Quintet - more tinkly jazz, with vibes


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    Black On White (scratch on Scarborough Fair)
    Pete Laity
    Sheila Walsh - reissue with different sleeve, but it's this bonkers Christian synth thing, e.g. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XB_KXJ6ILE4
    Buffy Sainte Marie - Fire & Fleet & Candlelight
    White Lightnin' - File Under Rock
    Marmalade comp - some good tracks on here like "Summer In The City"


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    Brown Sugar / Clydie King - good funky version of "Dance To The Music" on here
    Staple Singers - Family Tree
    Bobby Womack - I Don't Know What the World Is Coming To
    Mac & Katie Sissoon
    Lee Garrett - Heats For the Feets
    Manhattan Transfer - Extensions (some good synthy bits on here in between the close harmony stuff)
    J Geils Band - Full House Live - mostly blues covers
    Greg Kihn - Again - '77 on Beserkley
    The Roches - Another World


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