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  • Lord Thames
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    Originally posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (john stapleton @ April 27 2004,00:45)]Trumpet a GoGo (Saga) - I think this is Mike Gibbs' first LP
    There's a follow-up called 'Golden Trumpet', which I love - ramshackle, amateurish, with a very enthusiastic black bloke shouting all over some groovy instrumentals! Never seen this one though.

    'A String Bag Of Bones' is great too - lovely 'Harlem Nocturne' on that.

    If you don't want that Pye Chartbusters, can I have it?

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  • united states of audio
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    Originally posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (john stapleton @ April 27 2004,00:45)]I did a road trip with a mate today (monday) to Taunton, Bridgewater, Street, and Glastonbury....bollocks!
    total finds:

    Polished Brass of London (as above)
    Trumpet a GoGo (Saga) - I think this is Mike Gibbs' first LP
    Hot Hits 6 (MFP) - with 'break' - two copies
    Nelson Riddle 'Today Sound of..' (Sunset)
    Pye Chart Busters - with version of 'Back Street Luv'
    Harry Stoneham - Very best of...(Studio 2)
    Jack Parnell - More TV Times Top TV etc...
    John McLeod 'String Bag of Bones' (Pye)
    Peddlers - Three for All
    Giorgio Moroder - Chase 12"
    Pigbag - Papa's got a Brand New Pigbag 12"
    Rock Workshop - The Very Last Time (CBS) Classic!
    The Surlies - Thunderstrike! school lp from Tunbridge Wells, 1982. 11 to 14 year olds playing everything from folk to heavy rock..haven't checked this out yet.

    and

    two Duke Grants....
    flip, you get about a bit John, there aint much hope for me knowing that you regularly trawl the local charities! Still I happened accross a whole collection at my local haunt in Bath which turned up a few nice pieces including Chico Arnez' non stop dance party (with the break on Soul Finger).

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  • wooly
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    John McLeod 'String Bag of Bones' (Pye)

    bugger! can never find that one!

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  • john stapleton
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    I did a road trip with a mate today (monday) to Taunton, Bridgewater, Street, and Glastonbury....bollocks!
    total finds:

    Polished Brass of London (as above)
    Trumpet a GoGo (Saga) - I think this is Mike Gibbs' first LP
    Hot Hits 6 (MFP) - with 'break' - two copies
    Nelson Riddle 'Today Sound of..' (Sunset)
    Pye Chart Busters - with version of 'Back Street Luv'
    Harry Stoneham - Very best of...(Studio 2)
    Jack Parnell - More TV Times Top TV etc...
    John McLeod 'String Bag of Bones' (Pye)
    Peddlers - Three for All
    Giorgio Moroder - Chase 12"
    Pigbag - Papa's got a Brand New Pigbag 12"
    Rock Workshop - The Very Last Time (CBS) Classic!
    The Surlies - Thunderstrike! school lp from Tunbridge Wells, 1982. 11 to 14 year olds playing everything from folk to heavy rock..haven't checked this out yet.

    and

    two Duke Grants....

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  • Lord Thames
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    This is one of those albums I've always meant to buy, but never got round to.

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  • john stapleton
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    Polished brass of london on mfp

    found this one monday - well cheesy record but...tony oxley, gordon beck, ike isaacs, don lusher, kenny baker....nice line-up!
    what's that all about then?
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