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  • Mid week digs, oh thank you lord!

    Let's get the boring ones out of the way first....
    Troggs 45's (6 diff ones on Page One)
    Kinks 45's (3 diff ones on Pye)
    Yardbirds 45's (4 diff ones on Columbia)
    Thin Lizzy 45's (2 on Decca)
    Bar Kay's Soul Finger 45
    MG'S 45
    Rare Bird 45 Charisma
    The Show Stoppers 45 - house party - Beacon
    Tymes 45 on Direction
    Otis Redding 45 Hard to Handle Atlantic
    Rhada Krishna Temple 45 on Apple
    Deep Purple (3 45's on Harvest)
    Chicken Shack 45 on Blue Horizon (2 diff ones)
    Timmy Thomas on Mojo
    Lovin' Spooful & Bunny Sigler

    +++
    John Schroeder - Orig Pye copy of Working in a Soul Mine (Minty)
    Spencer Davis 1st LP Fontana
    Pink Floyd Obscured by Clouds
    3 Van Morrison LP's (Tupelo Honey, Astral Weeks, Veedon Fleece. All Orig & EX
    Bob Dylan - Times are changing Org.

    Run DMC 12"'S Ticky & Walk this way
    Malcolm McClaren LP
    Chic 12"

    & then
    Lyn Roman A Girl for all Reasons. US Dot
    Marvin Gaye Here My Dear USA Motowm
    & what looks like a mad obscure winner
    The Soul Cop - Too Many Nights - Norfolk USA
    (These last 3 are from a source that promises much more, Ive gotta get some dough for the weekend)
    OOOOOH BABY!!
    You can't take a stocking offa bare leg

  • #2
    good stuff - presume that wasn't all in a lunch hour!

    found Dusty Springfield 'Spooky' (finally&#33 and several copies of a Snowboy comp (Ritmo Snowbo) which looks promising

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    • #3
      No, off work today!!
      Forget
      Irene Reid - LP - 2 of us - USA Glades
      You can't take a stocking offa bare leg

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      • #4
        Got a package in the mail a few days ago from Vibra:

        Shanghai "S/T" (Warner Bros.)
        Vic Flick "Flicks Own" (JW library)
        Johnny Edwards "Slightly Latin" (BBC)
        Alan Moorehouse & his Bond Street Brigade "S/T" (MFP)
        Soul Symphony "Symphony of Soul Hits" (SGA)

        from the shops and swaps:
        Absolute Elsewhere In search of Anicient Gods" (Warner Bros)
        Freeport City Sounds "Old Man Times" (FCS) - West Indian isand funk/ calypso group.
        Carl McKnight "Devil's Out Tonight (West Side Boys) - The title song is a great steel drum B-boy track
        Gary Mac & The Mac Truque "Alive" (Capitol) - took me a while to get this one.whiteboyjamesbrowncoverssemiraer
        Yvonne Gray "Lady Gray" (LMI) - I'm in serious love with this album right now. Copy and paste soundclip http://guzzofunk.com/yvonnegray.mp3

        Galaxy Generation "Hair" (Design) - yet another Hairsploitation to add to the collection
        Al Hirt & Hugo Montenegro "Viva Max OST" (RCA)
        The Seven "The Song is SONG the Album is ALBUM" (Thunderbird) - Has a song called "Breaks" which is just 45 seconds of drums. and a great horn rock psych version of "Tell Her No"
        Dennis Dragon "Winter Equinox OST (Festival)
        Enoch Light "Action" (Command) - uptempo gogo covers of Season of the witch and few other songs.

        Hair OST (RCA) - French cast
        Vanishing Point OST (Amos)
        Merry Clayton "S/T" (Ode) - Southern Man & Grandmas Hands
        Cold Blood "Sisyphus" (San Francisco)
        Swamp Dogg "Ratt On" (Elektra)
        Wattstax 2 OST (Stax)

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        • #5
          is that Johnny Edwards 'Slightly Latin' any good? i think it went straight into my 'out' pile - should i have a re-listen...?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by [b
            Quote[/b] (bongolia @ Jan. 28 2004,09:36)]is that Johnny Edwards 'Slightly Latin' any good? i think it went straight into my 'out' pile - should i have a re-listen...?
            There's a pretty nice version of Michel Legrand's 'Watch What Happens' on there. Plus there's the Syd Dale penned 'All In A Summer's Day' which certainly does come with a hefty slice of cheese with Vic Flick's wah guitar melody, but in all I think it's a nice track..
            Let him have the lot for £2.00 - we were only going to throw 'em out anyway...

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            • #7
              I don't usually post my finds here, but this is what I came up on in Melbourne over the weekend:

              Frank Mantis Group - Flying Away (Golden Ring)
              Leisman - High Tension Vol 3 (Vedette)
              Goodbye Gemini OST
              Un Beau Monstre OST
              Byron Lee and the Dragonaires - Reggay Hot, Cool & Easy
              Byron Lee and the Dragonaires - Reggay Splash Down
              Sister Nancy - Bam Bam (later JA 7" press)
              Orchester Erwin Lehn - Color In Jazz
              Volker Kriegel - Inside: Missing Link
              Bergendy Jazz S/T
              Sven Libaek - This Day Tonight
              Alan Lee Jazz Quarter and Friends - Gallery Concerts 1973
              Naturally Free OST
              Pryamid - Sunshower
              Sonik Omni - Sawan Bhadon
              Francis Lai - Vive Pour Vivre (picked this one up thinking it was La Lecon Particuliere)

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              • #8
                Originally posted by [b
                Quote[/b] (Jay1ski @ Jan. 28 2004,05:49)]Francis Lai - Vive Pour Vivre (picked this one up thinking it was La Lecon Particuliere)
                The double whammy of 'Zoom' and 'All At Once It's Love' on side 2 are nearly as good, though...
                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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