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    Pretty good this morning....
    Adam Best - Wall of Sound - Fontana.
    Button Down Brass - The Exorcist - Minty
    Chaquito - TV Thrillers - Minty
    Morrisey Mullen 12" - Love Dont Live Here - EMI Promo '79
    Hi Fi Stereo Test LP (STEREOLAB One)
    Paul Barbarin - Jazz at Preservation Hall - London Atlantic
    Kid Orgy LP.
    Ronnie Ross Alan Ganley - Swining Sounds Jazz Makers - Ember.
    St Etienne 12"
    Grandmaster Flash LP - Greatest Messages
    Jackie Trent LP w/ Sunny
    Reggae Party - mfp
    Imperio Serrano - Samba em Festa - Hi Fi
    Macondo - S/T - Atlantic (Latin Jazz rock prod. by Sergio Mendes)
    Hip Hop 22 - Street sounds (EPMD, JVC FORCE, JUST ICE)Earth Wind & Fire - Way of the World
    Trini Lopez - The Whole Enchilada (Sunshine Superman & I heard It through the Grapevine!!&#33
    + A 1970 copy of Playboy w/ a top PSYCH cover (has got some great adverts for Astrud Gilberto & Stan Getz on Verve + a bit of a write up on Charles Lloyd. & some boobies)
    You can't take a stocking offa bare leg

  • #2
    That Macondo LP has got a couple of nice things on.
    Endless Tripe

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    • #3
      Originally posted by [b
      Quote[/b] (BoneyVotel @ Mar. 16 2004,11:10)]Kid Orgy LP.
      Please tell that's a typo and not some twisted jazz concept album.

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      • #4
        Sorry. I was just going through the pile & that came with the Ronnie Ross & Count Basie. It's trad dad!
        You can't take a stocking offa bare leg

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        • #5
          Ahhh... Just realised what I wrote! Defo an error. WORD.
          You can't take a stocking offa bare leg

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          • #6
            A trip to the library, with one or two swerves into charity shops, yields:

            Harry Roche Constellation: Casino Royale & Other Hip Sounds (CBS, 1966)
            Martin Carthy: Landfall (Philips, 1971)
            Big Jim 'H' & His Men Of Rhythm: Hammond Hits (SGA) [the 'Jungle Fever' one] (double)

            Also saw an 80s CD featuring the hits of Phil Collins played on synthesiser. I hope I'll never know what atrocities lurk thereon. Mind you, I'm thinking I should've picked it up to flog to some big-walleted US R&B producer now...
            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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            • #7
              i was just about to give up any hope of finding just one decent record in the charities today, when i found birds 'n' brass - soundsational LP for 50p.
              I want to go to the land of ooog!

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              • #8
                ...you're all lucky. All I found was Norman Cook's 'Spacious Lies' 12. And that was only bought for the sake of it really....
                Matt Hero

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                • #9
                  oh yeah, i forgot to mention, i got a mysterious call tonight, from a bloke saying he had 350 records he wanted to sell, would i be interested? does a bear sh*t...

                  mainly kak though apart from;

                  duncan lamont - summer sambas

                  john gregory - conducts

                  jack first combo - hammond on the rocks (nice funked up version of 'down by the riverside' it's on the studio 33 label, have you heard of this label Lord Thames?

                  hawaii five 0 - soundtrack (great soundtrack, I think i'd describe it as JAZZFUNKPSYCH if i was selling it on ebay.
                  I want to go to the land of ooog!

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                  • #10
                    Two grrrreat purchases today:

                    Chakachas S/T LP - Rare as 1st LP with the killer funky 'Stories??', plus 'Soledad' & 'Love, Love, Love', the latter two of which are credited to an 'N.Gomez'. Well I never.

                    Fritz The Cat OST - French issue. Some tasty treats on here for all the cats.. mieow!

                    Both were from 2nd hand store, but both were very, very cheap. Noice!
                    Let him have the lot for £2.00 - we were only going to throw 'em out anyway...

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by [b
                      Quote[/b] (happy monster @ Mar. 16 2004,20:27)]jack first combo - hammond on the rocks (nice funked up version of 'down by the riverside' it's on the studio 33 label, have you heard of this label Lord Thames?
                      Ah, Studio 33 - I'm after LPs on this label, actually. Any chance of a track listing?

                      They're a Dutch label with links to the UK's Avenue, and featured stuff usually arranged/composed by Gerard Stellaard.

                      If you see any more Studio 33 LPs, I'll buy them off you.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by [b
                        Quote[/b] (wayne @ Mar. 16 2004,19:08)]Also saw an 80s CD featuring the hits of Phil Collins played on synthesiser. I hope I'll never know what atrocities lurk thereon.
                        I got this as part of a job lot - trust me, you aren't missing much. There's a Whitney Houston one too, which if anything is even worse.......(shudder).

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by [b
                          Quote[/b] (vibra @ Mar. 16 2004,22:28)]Two grrrreat purchases today:

                          Chakachas S/T LP - Rare as 1st LP with the killer funky 'Stories??', plus 'Soledad' & 'Love, Love, Love', the latter two of which are credited to an 'N.Gomez'. Well I never.

                          Fritz The Cat OST - French issue. Some tasty treats on here for all the cats.. mieow!

                          Both were from 2nd hand store, but both were very, very cheap. Noice!
                          ooooh!! I've had one eye open for Fritz The Cat longer than I care to remember....

                          Not much for me this week apart for another bugger which has been evading me for years - Lemon Dips 'Who's Gonna Buy' on de Wolfe - bit the bullet and paid £50 for it. Me am a bad boy.

                          On the 45 front, got Star City's Jim Burgess mix of SDGs 'I'm A Man' (not as good as Emerson's cover) and that 'Bite Hard' promo 45 with 'Hard Hitter' & 'Power Surge' on it. Noice.

                          Walsall 1 - 3 Darren Bent
                          new SPOKE release: >>> SEE HERE <<< RKM LIBRARY BEATS

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by [b
                            Quote[/b] (Lord Thames @ Mar. 16 2004,22:33)]
                            Originally posted by [b
                            Quote[/b] (happy monster @ Mar. 16 2004,20:27)]jack first combo - hammond on the rocks (nice funked up version of &#39;down by the riverside&#39; it&#39;s on the studio 33 label, have you heard of this label Lord Thames?
                            Ah, Studio 33 - I&#39;m after LPs on this label, actually. Any chance of a track listing?

                            They&#39;re a Dutch label with links to the UK&#39;s Avenue, and featured stuff usually arranged/composed by Gerard Stellaard.

                            If you see any more Studio 33 LPs, I&#39;ll buy them off you.
                            I&#39;ve got a &#39;Hammond On The Rocks&#39; EP somewhere on UK Avenue - Easy Schlock
                            new SPOKE release: >>> SEE HERE <<< RKM LIBRARY BEATS

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by [b
                              Quote[/b] (Col Wolfe @ Mar. 16 2004,22:48)]On the 45 front, got Star City&#39;s Jim Burgess mix of SDGs &#39;I&#39;m A Man&#39; (not as good as Emerson&#39;s cover) and that &#39;Bite Hard&#39; promo 45 with &#39;Hard Hitter&#39; &amp; &#39;Power Surge&#39; on it.  Noice.
                              Col, I&#39;m a bit of a collector of daft disco versions of I&#39;m A Man. There are quite a few, but I&#39;ve never heard that. What&#39;s it like?
                              http://www.djhistory.com

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