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    A few bits, copped from a young guy who trawls the heart land of Lancashire each week & then rings me with his spoils. 'cause i'm working a lot more in the days (bring back night duty) he gets to spots before me. He aint a digger & seems to be paying his board @ his mams off a me!! Allways carries the record guide though so no 50p's

    Pink Floyd - More OST (Rarest Orig)
    Sly Stone - Rec San Fran '64-67 (US)
    Oscar Peterson - Night train
    Cream - Disraeli Gears (Orig)
    Faust - The Faust Tapes
    Steve Hackett - Voyage of the Acolyte
    Bowie Decca comp - Decca
    Black Widow LP (CBS)
    Amazing Blondel - England

    Stilletto - OST

    Ive also had the 2 Electric Prune 45's on Reprise off my source in the last two weeks.
    Best digs this week so far:
    An un worn bright red Kangol (al James Todd Smith '88 stylie) 50p
    K-9 Posse CD (Love it when charity shops turn shit like this up&#33
    An LP on Argo w/ the dopest sleeve called "Rhyme & Rhythm Poems & Songs for Children"
    Also got a Cavendish LP No. 10 W/ Ray Davies input!!
    Word up
    You can't take a stocking offa bare leg

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    Originally posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (BoneyVotel @ Nov. 11 2003,20:02)]A few bits, copped from a young guy who trawls the heart land of Lancashire each week & then rings me with his spoils. 'cause i'm working a lot more in the days (bring back night duty) he gets to spots before me. He aint a digger & seems to be paying his board @ his mams off a me!! Allways carries the record guide though so no 50p's

    Pink Floyd - More OST (Rarest Orig)
    Sly Stone - Rec San Fran '64-67 (US)
    Oscar Peterson - Night train
    Cream - Disraeli Gears (Orig)
    Faust - The Faust Tapes
    Steve Hackett - Voyage of the Acolyte
    Bowie Decca comp - Decca
    Black Widow LP (CBS)
    Amazing Blondel - England

    Stilletto - OST

    Ive also had the 2 Electric Prune 45's on Reprise off my source in the last two weeks.
    Best digs this week so far:
    An un worn bright red Kangol (al James Todd Smith '88 stylie) 50p
    K-9 Posse CD (Love it when charity shops turn shit like this up&#33
    An LP on Argo w/ the dopest sleeve called "Rhyme & Rhythm Poems & Songs for Children"
    Also got a Cavendish LP No. 10 W/ Ray Davies input!!
    Word up
    Nice stuff...

    I've still got a black Kangol somewhere I bought from 4 Star General in about '86. Like Bagpuss it's a little bit saggy at the seams....

    Do you know Kelvin Brown by the way?
    He also contributed songs for the Jim Henson movie vehicle 'Muppets From Space'.

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      Kelvin Brown? dont ring no bells??
      You can't take a stocking offa bare leg

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      • #4
        Originally posted by [b
        Quote[/b] (BoneyVotel @ Nov. 11 2003,20:02)]Steve Hackett - Voyage of the Acolyte
        It's a strange thing, but somehow I didn't expect to ever see a Steve Hackett album listed on VV.

        Top stuff, and you should see him live. His brother John plays OG Taurus Bass Pedals on a few songs - goes right through you and back again. Happy judderin' memories.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by [b
          Quote[/b] (BoneyVotel @ Nov. 11 2003,22:15)]Kelvin Brown? dont ring no bells??
          He plays at the Electric Chair and used to work in Vox Pop.

          I thought he said he knew you (not that I know you of course, apart from us sharing a liking of old Kangol hats) when I was talking to him a couple of weeks ago and mentioned that some Mancunian residents (you, Chris, etc) post on this board.

          I Could of got it wrong, and all that...
          He also contributed songs for the Jim Henson movie vehicle 'Muppets From Space'.

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            I reckon I do know him, most probally don't recognise his full name. We only deal in street names down on the ground! If he worked in Vox Pop then I will know him.
            On a different point any one in M/cr area on the last Friday of each month?? then come dow to the Attic (above the Thirsty Scholar near Oxford Road.) New night which started last month with me & my old time DJ partner Adam Leaver + Bobby El Torro Grooves (DJ formally named Chubby Grooves, remember Ear Drum anyone?) & G-CUT.
            The night is called "pinata", the flyers are dope & have a play on the Fania logo.... the reason being were mostly playing New York FUNK, LATIN SOUL......SALSA (from the Chubster) JAZZ & block party styled HIP HOP. Musically there aint a night in Manchester to touch it, big & rare records along side cheap & chearful classics! (no shit records though) Please show your faces
            B music down at Cord bar on a Friday is rocked by Andy Votel, Dom, John McCready & occasionally me. Here you get the mad psych tip & all that surrounds it.
            You can't take a stocking offa bare leg

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