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    Went to a few stores today and found the following:

    Tighten Up - Trojan (Orange label) Reggae Comp
    Champion Jack Dupree - Cabbage Greens - Rare Blues LP
    Albert King - Live Wire/Blues Power - Watermelon Man, etc
    Richie Havens - Alarm Clock
    Bob Dylan - The Freewheelin
    Bob Dylan - New Morning
    William DeVaughn - Be Thankful for What you got
    Kid 'n' Play - Gittin Funky 12"
    Public Enemy - Fight the Power 12"
    The Mar keys - The Great Memphis Sound
    Carla Thomas - Comfort Me
    Michael Jackson - Got to be There
    Phil Spector - Echoes of the 60's
    Major Lance - The rhythm of (£120 LP!&#33
    Otis Redding - The Dock of the Bay
    Booker T - Soul Limbo
    Easy Rider - Soundtrack
    Blues and Soul - Comp Joe Tex, Little Milton, etc
    Duke Grant - Hammond Gold
    Big Jim H - Hammond Organ Dance Party (Red Cover)
    Grandmaster Melle Mel - Beat Street 12"
    BBC Detective Themes - Alan Tew, etc
    1970 England Football Squad - The World Beaters sing the World Beaters - What a concept, get the 1970 world cup team to sing hits of the day. Comes in a cool football shaped sleeve. Anyone know if this is valuable?
    Happy Mondays - Peel Sessions
    Tony Hatch - Mr Nice Guy
    BBC - Movement Mime and Music - One whole side by the Radiophonic Workshop crew
    The Flight of Friendship 7 - The Astronaut - Not listened to this yet but it's a spoken word space LP I think!
    The Heptones - Back on Top
    Nina Simone - The Best of - See-Line Woman
    Ride - Play EP
    Ride - Ride EP
    Ride - Nowhere LP
    Astrud Gilberto - The Best of
    Redbone - Potlatch
    Harry Stoneham - This is

  • #2
    Originally posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (llmod1 @ Mar. 12 2004,19:46)]1970 England Football Squad - The World Beaters sing the World Beaters - What a concept, get the 1970 world cup team to sing hits of the day. Comes in a cool football shaped sleeve. Anyone know if this is valuable?
    Don’t know what that 1970 circular sleeved England Squad LP is actually worth, but there was a copy in Rob’s a few weeks  back priced at about £3.80 or whatever eccentric figure he’d put on it. So, who’s going to inform me that I should now kick myself for leaving it there?

    As for my (mostly working/decorating the living room) weekend, not much, but nice:

    From the cattle market/local charity:
    Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood: Did You Ever? (RCA)
    Francoise Hardy: Sings In English (Vogue)
    Merit Hemmingson: Merit! (RCA) (double)
    A Guy Called Gerald: Voodoo Ray 12” (Rham&#33 (double)

    From Ebay:
    Chiyo Okumura: Sexiest Voice In Japan Sings New Japanese Pop Songs (Capitol).
    If you don’t have this, get it while it’s still cheap. ‘Shoko’ and ‘Suna No Bojo’ are the absolute business, but this is just a great LP all round. Check out the former on DJ Marco’s Soulstrut mix if it’s still up…

    From the board:
    Stoneground: Stoneground (Warner)
    Many thanks to ETK for picking this one up in Dublin. Used to love this LP back in the early 80s, when I picked up a jumble sale copy, which got lost sometime around 1987. Now I love it again. Great hippy rock/gospel groovesÂ…
    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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    • #3
      Originally posted by [b
      Quote[/b] (wayne @ Mar. 14 2004,01:42)]From the board:
      Stoneground: Stoneground (Warner)
      Many thanks to ETK for picking this one up in Dublin. Used to love this LP back in the early 80s, when I picked up a jumble sale copy, which got lost sometime around 1987. Now I love it again. Great hippy rock/gospel groovesÂ…
      Is that the one with a really good version of Chica Boom?
      http://www.djhistory.com

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      • #4
        Knowing that Wayne's about got Nottingham sewn up, I ventured to the provinces yesterday - not going anywhere today as it's like the start of Wizard of Oz out there!

        I was in a branch of Scope and someone had obviously started to let go of a collection of Quad LPs. So I grabbed a few, however, the pricing in said branch is £1 per LP or 10 LPs for £1. If I wanted four LPs, that would be £4 please, but if I took 10, I get them for £1. Now, I've explained before that I'm dogshit at maths, but surely this is a tad perverse?!!

        Anyway, I took the ones that looked interesting and made up the numbers with some chuff (will be listing some freebies in the next couple of days then&#33. Also got a few from Rob this week and a couple off GEMM, one of which arrived yesterday.

        So....

        Charity shops:
        Klaus Wunderlich - Moog Sounds 2000, Hit World of (x2), Hammong Pops 6
        Alan Moorhouse - Bond Street Brigade
        Ike Isaacs - Music of Michel Legrand
        Various - Beatles, Bach & Bacharach Go Bossa
        Jose Feliciano - Feliciano
        Barry White - Greatest Hits (just making up the numbers)
        Sounds of the 70s Orchestra - Songs of the 70s
        Harry Stoneham - Hammond Hits The Highway
        Sight & Sound Orchestra - Movie Themes of Today (x2)
        New Freedom Singers - Oh Happy Day
        Various - Galloping Home
        Various - 12 Tops (yes, the one with the lass on the motorcycle)
        Dianne & The New Worlds - Tamla Hits
        San Fernando Brass - The New Brass Sound of the Hits (incs a dark, Axelrod-esque version of 'Heart of Gold'&#33

        Rob's Records:

        Paul Nero - Memphis Soul Train

        GEMM:
        Kandahar - Long Live The Sliced Ham (OK, it was £15, but I'm allowed to buy one at a higher price every now and again aren't I? They're not always going to be 10 for £1&#33

        I also found a few on the local market, but couldn't afford to buy them this weekend and have them put aside til next week when I can take some trades down, nice stuff though, Blue Mink, Atmosfear, Sadistic Mika Band, Mongo Santamaria etc.

        Finally got my turntable back from mender's after 6 weeks of no vinyl, so I've just listened to the 70 or so records that I've not been able to check yet. It's been a pleasure.

        Now, off to witness United crumbling to fucking Citeh. Jesus H.


        Benicio
        Jet Boy stole my baby.

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        • #5
          hey llmod1, is that mar-keys rare/worth anything because i just recently picked that up aswell

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          • #6
            Not sure on the value of the Mar Keys but it's nice!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by [b
              Quote[/b] (Benicio Del Toffo @ Mar. 14 2004,13:55)]Sounds of the 70s Orchestra - Songs of the 70s
              If this is the LP I think it is Ben, then it's got a pretty damn cracking original tune on it called 'Time Rhyme', the very last track on an otherwise forgettable covers LP. Starts out nice 'n' mellow and soul jazzy, then gets funkier with some Dennis Coffey style guitar, and the drummer starts really giving it some with open drumbreaks and all. Nice!
              Let him have the lot for £2.00 - we were only going to throw 'em out anyway...

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              • #8
                Nah, must be a different record mate.

                Fucking football eh? Dogshit.



                Benicio
                Jet Boy stole my baby.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by [b
                  Quote[/b] (Benicio Del Toffo @ Mar. 14 2004,18:27)]Fucking football eh? Dogshit.
                  Couldn't agree more...
                  new SPOKE release: >>> SEE HERE <<< RKM LIBRARY BEATS

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by [b
                    Quote[/b] (Col Wolfe @ Mar. 14 2004,18:46)]
                    Originally posted by [b
                    Quote[/b] (Benicio Del Toffo @ Mar. 14 2004,18:27)]Fucking football eh? Dogshit.
                    Couldn&#39;t agree more...
                    Must strongly disagree, football is fucking ace&#33; especially today.
                    Shirley Bassey - Something
                    Barbara Striesand - Butterfly

                    Niagara LP in the post.

                    But nothing felt as good as a blue moon rising, Shauny Wright for England. PEACE&#33;
                    You can't take a stocking offa bare leg

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by [b
                      Quote[/b] (BoneyVotel @ Mar. 14 2004,20:24)]Must strongly disagree, football is fucking ace&#33; especially today.
                      gave them a right coating&#33;    

                      poor old whisky-features&#33;

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by [b
                        Quote[/b] (ladyboygrimsby @ Mar. 13 2004,14:22)]
                        Originally posted by [b
                        Quote[/b] (wayne @ Mar. 14 2004,01:42)]From the board:
                        Stoneground: Stoneground (Warner)
                        Many thanks to ETK for picking this one up in Dublin. Used to love this LP back in the early 80s, when I picked up a jumble sale copy, which got lost sometime around 1987. Now I love it again. Great hippy rock/gospel groovesÂ…
                        Is that the one with a really good version of Chica Boom?
                        No, it&#39;s the first LP, from 1971.

                        A quick look at the others listed on AMG says the &#39;Chica Boom&#39; is on &#39;Flat Out&#39; from 1976, which I&#39;ve not heard. Same band 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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                        • #13
                          I didn&#39;t find anything special this weekend:

                          B.T. Express -Do it to you&#39;re satisfied
                          Nytro -s/t
                          Jimmy Smith -Livin&#39; it up
                          Crown Heights Affair -Foxy Lady
                          a Keni Burke record
                          Let&#39;s do it again OST
                          The Masqueraders -Love Anonymeous
                          Bob James 4 -&quot;El Verano&quot; is nice&#33;&#33;
                          Desmond Dekker and the rhythm aces -Israelites

                          and in the mail:
                          Nick Ingman -Terminator
                          John Dankworth -movies&#39;n me

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