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    Just for the hell of it, I'm gonna list what tunes are doin' it for me at the moment. Please add your own selections!

    Bernard Lubat - 'Jazz Pop Session'
    Ronnie Hazlehurst - 'Flip Flop'
    Peter Herbolzheimer - 'Scenes'
    Peter Reno - 'Convoy'
    Alan Parker - 'Backing Track no.20'
    Hawkshaw/Parker - 'Hot Pants'
    Harry Stoneham - 'It All Happens On Saturday'
    Dick Walter - 'Slick Chick'
    Barry Forgie - 'Whispering Giant'

    and many more....
    Barry Morgan's brother is a driving instructor

  • #2
    me - i'm feeling these albums this week:

    nick ingman - "big beat" (music dewolfe)
    roy budd - "plays his music from soldier blue" (pye)
    jean claudric - "escapade" (IML)
    vic flick sound - "west of windward" (rediffusion)
    donovan - "colours" (pye)

    bit of a mixture...  

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    • #3
      Originally posted by [b
      Quote[/b] (wooly @ Oct. 28 2003,12:20)]me - i'm feeling these albums this week:

      nick ingman - "big beat" (music dewolfe)
      roy budd - "plays his music from soldier blue" (pye)
      jean claudric - "escapade" (IML)
      vic flick sound - "west of windward" (rediffusion)
      donovan - "colours" (pye)

      bit of a mixture...  
      Nick Ingman 'Big Beat' is certainly a smasher - love the 'Orgy' track on there and that Morricone 'Run to me' tune on the Roy Budd ' Soldier Blue' LP is just beautiful.
      Barry Morgan's brother is a driving instructor

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      • #4
        At this moment, it's got to be mellow. This is what I'm listening to at the moment
        Leon Haywood -"I wanna do something freaky to you"
        Michael Jackson -"Rock with you"
        Peter Herboltzheimer -"Butterfly"
        First Cousins Jazz Ensemble -"Please the pleaser"
        3 days of the condor -main theme

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        • #5
          Originally posted by [b
          Quote[/b] (Seventies Kid @ Oct. 28 2003,12:24)]Nick Ingman 'Big Beat' is certainly a smasher - love the 'Orgy' track on there and that Morricone 'Run to me' tune on the Roy Budd ' Soldier Blue' LP is just beautiful.
          i've only just got big beat this week and as you say...

          with regard to "hurry to me", it's the only time i've heard someone doing a morricone tune when i've thought it improves on the original - a very difficult task. it's beautiful.

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          • #6
            Big Beat is just an amazing listen. If I ever get round to writing up this Nick Ingman interview you'll read about why its called 'Big Beat'.

            Today Im listening to Si Cheebas bad ass Boogaloo-Mania CD. I am seriously wanting all these tracks. Some of them are just down right sleazy its like eating a chilli-burritio of a naked salma hayek while suppin corona and having your feet massaged.

            Hilights are :-

            Change Baby - Joey Pastrama
            Pow-Wow - Manny Corchado
            Hecto-Mania - Hector Rivera
            Keep The Faith - Bobby Valentin

            Cripes!
            www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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            • #7
              Originally posted by [b
              Quote[/b] (Seventies Kid @ Oct. 28 2003,12:04)]Ronnie Hazlehurst - &#39;Flip Flop&#39;
              Has this been released in the uk on ...wich label ?

              I have this on french mp2000 (&quot;ben the big one&quot

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              • #8
                Originally posted by [b
                Quote[/b] (wooly @ Oct. 28 2003,12:35)]
                Originally posted by [b
                Quote[/b] (Seventies Kid @ Oct. 28 2003,12:24)]Nick Ingman &#39;Big Beat&#39; is certainly a smasher - love the &#39;Orgy&#39; track on there and that Morricone &#39;Run to me&#39; tune on the Roy Budd &#39; Soldier Blue&#39; LP is just beautiful.
                i&#39;ve only just got big beat this week and as you say...  

                with regard to &quot;hurry to me&quot;, it&#39;s the only time i&#39;ve heard someone doing a morricone tune when i&#39;ve thought it improves on the original - a very difficult task. it&#39;s beautiful.
                There&#39;s a vocal version of &quot;Hurry To Me&quot; by the Sandpipers - the backing sounds identical to the Budd version.
                Endless Tripe

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                • #9
                  What&#39;s floatin&#39; ma boat:

                  Formigo&#39;s excellent mix cd
                  The Swinging Ovaltinies 45
                  Setting the Scene (KPM comp)
                  Sugar Sugar - Are the Hits
                  Bones Galore - Bones Galore
                  Sugar Loaf - Soul Strutting
                  Barry Forgie Orch - Combustion

                  and annoying all my friends with Bruce Forsyth singing &quot;Love&#39;s Theme&quot; - the novelty may well have worn thin but I&#39;m still finding it terribly amusing
                  "..hole...road...middle thereof"

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                  • #10
                    A bit of an eclectic mix, but these are the ones doing heavy duty on the turntable lately:

                    Nick Ingman: Jesus Christ Superstar): What&#39;s The Buzz/Strange Thing Mystifying is great even with the singing...
                    Tim Tam &amp; The Turn-Ons: Opelia (45)
                    Dwa Plus Jeden: Nowy Wspaniaty Swiat (Muza LP)
                    Tom Jones: The Lonely One (on flip of I&#39;m Comin Home, a bona-fide &#39;tittyshaker&#39
                    Leo Muller: Outa Space (from Soul Hits LP)
                    Sally Eaton: Flowers In The Air
                    Bonnie Dobson: Milk And Honey (both from recent vulture cd-rs)
                    Broadcast: Ha Ha Sound (Warp LP)
                    Anjali: Stinging Sitars/Seven x Eight (from &#39;World Of Lady A&#39; on Wiiija)
                    And all 5 volumes of the Universal &#39;Pop a Paris&#39; series, which are superb. Even the Johnny Halliday tracks on these are ace...
                    a giant steam-powered turntable in warwickshire plays six foot cement recordings of Prince Albert's speeches to the rejoicing populace

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                    • #11
                      my album playlist:

                      Farm - Innermost limits of pure fun ost
                      Ennio Morrichone - good, bad and the ugly ost
                      Morning of the earth ost
                      Asanovic - Majko (got this the other day and it&#39;s blinding&#33
                      Johnny Pearson - Playgirl 45 (thanks Ed&#33;&#33
                      Eric Serra - Le Grand bleu ost
                      Jukko Tolonen - Crossection
                      salchicha&#33;

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                      • #12
                        I had a 3 hour listening session/club in my studio session last night, and the main tunes that made me raise a glass were;

                        Enchanting Enchanters - Boss Action
                        Reginald Milton - Clap your hands
                        Camille Brown - Stop
                        Priscilla Price - Rockefella Jones
                        Speedometer - Grow Bag
                        The G.T.&#39;s - Watoosi Lucy
                        Mary Davis - Danger
                        Prince Brownell - New Breed from a Soul Seed
                        Spaceark - Sweet Hitchhiker
                        Joni Adams - Las Vegas
                        Rhetta Hughes - What are you doing with her.

                        Jubbly all round.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by [b
                          Quote[/b] (teddy rosso @ Oct. 28 2003,13:35)]my album playlist:

                          Farm - Innermost limits of pure fun ost
                          Ennio Morrichone - good, bad and the ugly ost
                          Morning of the earth ost
                          Asanovic - Majko (got this the other day and it&#39;s blinding&#33
                          Johnny Pearson - Playgirl 45 (thanks Ed&#33;&#33
                          Eric Serra - Le Grand bleu ost
                          Jukko Tolonen - Crossection
                          Where did you get the Innermost Limits OST from? Ive wanted that for a while - Spoke to a prog dealer who wanted to sell me one for £200. I said no. Waited a week on ebay and one came up for &#036;50.

                          Bonus.

                          Never seen it since. Mad rare.
                          www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by [b
                            Quote[/b] (Belson @ Oct. 28 2003,13:43)]Rhetta Hughes - What are you doing with her.
                            Er, &#39;You&#39;re Doing It With Her (When You Should Be Doing It With Me)&#39; perchance Bels? Anyone need of a spare of this...

                            Kon And Amir &#39;On Track 4&#39;
                            The Waifs &#39;Shelter Me&#39;
                            Beth Orton &#39;Trailer Park&#39; (all in the car - limited to what I actually have on tape y&#39;see)

                            Colin Hero And LDJB Play Pass The Parcel (still   )
                            Fugi &#39;Mary, Don&#39;t You Take Me On No Bad Trip&#39;
                            Dee Dee Gartrell &#39;Second Hand Love&#39;
                            T Swift And The Electric Bag &#39;Are You Experienced&#39;
                            You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by [b
                              Quote[/b] (LDJB @ Oct. 28 2003,13:33)]What&#39;s floatin&#39; ma boat:

                              Formigo&#39;s excellent mix cd
                              The Swinging Ovaltinies 45
                              Setting the Scene (KPM comp)
                              Sugar Sugar - Are the Hits
                              Bones Galore - Bones Galore
                              Sugar Loaf - Soul Strutting
                              Barry Forgie Orch - Combustion

                              and annoying all my friends with Bruce Forsyth singing &quot;Love&#39;s Theme&quot; - the novelty may well have worn thin but I&#39;m still finding it terribly amusing
                              That Peer &#39;Combustion&#39; LP is ace - very heavy duty UK big band funk. I like &quot;Thames Eight&quot; and &quot;Fiver for Brass&quot; from that LP. And Pokester - no, &quot;Flip Flop&quot; only ever came out on the MP2000 library LP. What&#39;s Ronnie Hazlehurst doing on a Frech library LP anyway&#33;

                              Sermad - go on, tell us now why Nick Ingman De Wolfe &#39;Big Beat&#39; is called that - is it because it uses two drummers (at leat one of them is Alf Bigden).
                              Barry Morgan&#39;s brother is a driving instructor

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