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    Managed to cop a handful of library 10"ers and some assorted other stuff.
    Pretty chuffed w/ the lib's, will keep the all out jazz un's, but any pointers on prices would be useful.

    Harmonic:

    Ronnie Ross Plays (#1) CBW 598
    Fonteyn's Folk Jazz CBL 618
    Bach Jazz CBL/LP 576
    Small Combo CBO 614 (R Kovac, superb)
    Big Band Jazz CBO 615 (R Khun & Herb Geller)
    Jazz Dramatic CBW 605
    Jazz for Light Drama CBD 627

    De Wolfe:

    The Wild One - DW /LP 2974 (Sounded top on 1 st listen)
    The Modern Baroque - DW/LP 3104 (R Whale)
    Quintet of Modern Jazz DW/LP 3108 (R Whale)
    Quietly with Johan - DW/LP 3088 (TISLEY)
    Tisley Orch - DW/LP 3032

    LP'S

    Bobby & Betty go to the moon
    Sounds Orchestral - Sounds Latin
    John Scott Orch - Great Modern Film Themes - Polydor
    Portrait of the Rolling Stones - Mike Batt Orch - Silverline
    (Any one know this ???)
    Roxanne Shante - 12" - Have a Nice Day - UK


    You can't take a stocking offa bare leg

  • #2
    If they have any more dewolfe 10" ers then Im up for a few. They are rare but the jazz collectors don't seem to pay big bucks for library stuff really. Although those jazz convention kpms are still $$$. I have a nice hampton hawes dewolfe 'anglo american jazz phase one'.
    www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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    • #3
      in the field:

      Petula Clark live at the Albert Hall (Pye 1970)
      Johnny Harris arrangments - haven&#39;t checked it yet

      Soul Sounds &#39;Soul Survival&#39; (Columbia)
      Chas and Dave and Nicky Hopkins in nice 1967 instrumental lp

      Golden Hour of Birds&#39;n&#39;Brass

      Nat Adderly &#39;Comin&#39; out of the shadows&#39; (A&amp;M)

      Desmond Dekker &#39;Pinckney Gal&#39; (Pyramid 45)
      lovely and mint

      Spike Milligan &#39;Ning Nang Nong/The Q5 Piano Tune&#39; (Parlophone)
      from 1969, B-side is one of the oddest things I&#39;ve heard. Well worth 50p.

      in the mail:
      Merit Hemingson &#39;Trollskog&#39;
      Nannie Porres &#39;I thought about you&#39;
      great version of &#39;Ode to Billie Joe&#39; amongst others
      Jimmy Gordon &#39;Hog Fat&#39; (Flying Dutchman)
      Peter Kelley &#39;Path of the wave&#39; (Sire)
      Bob Brown &#39;The wall I built myself&#39; (Stormy Forest)
      &#39;Book of Numbers&#39; soundtrack (Brut)
      Milt Mathews &#39;For the People&#39; (Catalyst)
      Dizzy Gillespie &#39;Sweet Soul&#39; (Gateway)
      Manteca (6WF)
      aussie jazz
      Natural Gas (Firebird)
      Johnny Otis Show &#39;Cold Shot&#39; (United)
      Shawn Phillips &#39;Rumplestiltkin&#39;s Resolve&#39; (A&amp;M)


      waiting to look at some libraries...
      We know when a mate buys it for you too.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by [b
        Quote[/b] (BoneyVotel @ May 27 2004,18:12)]Bach Jazz CBL/LP 576
        Includes the original theme from the schools TV series &#39;Watch&#39;&#33;
        I&#39;m dead jealous - I&#39;ve not got that one&#33;

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        • #5
          Originally posted by [b
          Quote[/b] (sermad @ May 27 2004,20:23)]If they have any more dewolfe 10&quot; ers then Im up for a few. They are rare but the jazz collectors don&#39;t seem to pay big bucks for library stuff really. Although those jazz convention kpms are still &#036;&#036;&#036;. I have a nice hampton hawes dewolfe &#39;anglo american jazz phase one&#39;.
          Ill let you know Sermad. I think these ones turned up a year ago &amp; the guy just git those ones, he&#39;s sat on them for a while &amp; finally decided to let me have &#39;em.

          Lord Thames, Ill give that Bach Jazz a proper listen, if im not fussed ill trade if off to you if you want.
          You can't take a stocking offa bare leg

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          • #6
            Originally posted by [b
            Quote[/b] ]Soul Sounds &#39;Soul Survival&#39; (Columbia)
            Chas and Dave and Nicky Hopkins in nice 1967 instrumental lp
            I&#39;m after that one&#33; If anyone has a spare to trade or sell, please give me a shout.
            "..hole...road...middle thereof"

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            • #7
              My mid-week find:

              Contrasts -Valentinos quadraphonic cordovox pye 4D

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              • #8
                popped into the local usually crap 2nh hand vinyl shop at lunch time &amp; plucked these 45s from the dusty wax tree:
                Paul Weller - The Bottle promo - £3
                Chachere&#39;s - The Hen - £5&#33;
                Pete Klint Quintet - Shake - £3 nice version
                O&#39;hara&#39;s Playboys - Ballad Of The Soon Departed - £4 manc freakbeat
                DC5 - Five By Five - £3 - mad beat instro with organ played through wah-wah their 2nd best (after &#39;Concentration Baby&#39
                new SPOKE release: >>> SEE HERE <<< RKM LIBRARY BEATS

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by [b
                  Quote[/b] (Funky Tee @ May 28 2004,09:09)]My mid-week find:

                  Contrasts -Valentinos quadraphonic cordovox  pye 4D  
                  Oh yeah&#33;&#33; Best version of &#39;Love Story&#39; ever&#33;&#33; My copy&#39;s signed too - he even did the little drawing of a piano on it&#33;

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by [b
                    Quote[/b] (BoneyVotel @ May 27 2004,18:12)]Portrait of the Rolling Stones - Mike Batt Orch - Silverline
                    (Any one know this ???)
                    Yes, I&#39;ve got that. It gets pretty funky in places, but I don&#39;t remember it maintaining a groove all the way through any track.

                    Very silly version of 19th Nervous Breakdown ... is the lead instrument a kazoo?
                    It ain&#39;t shakey

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                    • #11
                      Are these De Wolfe worth picking? Spotted these yesterday, but I was in hurry and only managed to get the catalog numbers...

                      10&quot;
                      3067
                      3140

                      12&quot;
                      3432
                      3261

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                      • #12
                        3067 is Assignment London. It has some very cool jazzy bond-esque pieces. I like.
                        3140 is Colours. Havent got this so I dont know&#33;

                        3432 is Parallax. Ditto. Its late so it might be bad.
                        3261 is Syndrome. Ditto.
                        www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by [b
                          Quote[/b] ]O&#39;hara&#39;s Playboys - Ballad Of The Soon Departed - £4 manc freakbeat
                          Col, would this be &quot;John O&#39;Hara And His Playboys&quot; by any chance..?

                          I&#39;ve a couple of their early 70&#39;s private press LP&#39;s , there are a couple of nice cover versions on them (Superstition, Funky Nassau) but no shit-hot original tracks... but I&#39;ve not seen any of their earlier, 60&#39;s stuff...

                          ...hmm, one to look for methinks...
                          If you're looking for a pristine copy then this isn't the one for you. The vinyl looks like someone has polished their brickwork with it and the label has been ruined by some fool with a pen.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by [b
                            Quote[/b] (Sie Vulture @ June 02 2004,12:12)]
                            Originally posted by [b
                            Quote[/b] ]O&#39;hara&#39;s Playboys - Ballad Of The Soon Departed - £4 manc freakbeat
                            Col, would this be &quot;John O&#39;Hara And His Playboys&quot; by any chance..?

                            I&#39;ve a couple of their early 70&#39;s private press LP&#39;s , there are a couple of nice cover versions on them (Superstition, Funky Nassau) but no shit-hot original tracks... but I&#39;ve not seen any of their earlier, 60&#39;s stuff...

                            ...hmm, one to look for methinks...
                            Yes, Sie - just looked em up - def the same band &amp; from Glasgow not Manchester, eventually relocating to Germany.
                            The 45 I picked up is a tasty beater with farfisa organ, reverb guitars &amp; a penny whistle (&#33. Dunno what their other earlier stuff is like though I note they recorded a couple of BeeGees tracks
                            Bobby Campbell - organ/vox
                            Peter Green - sax
                            Barry Herd - lead gtr/vox
                            Bill Mathieson - bass
                            Dave McHarg - drums
                            John O&#39;Hara - lead vox/tenor sax
                            new SPOKE release: >>> SEE HERE <<< RKM LIBRARY BEATS

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                            • #15
                              Cheers Col - the private press LP I got on the weekend was recorded and pressed in &#39;uddersfield &#33; yay&#33;

                              If you're looking for a pristine copy then this isn't the one for you. The vinyl looks like someone has polished their brickwork with it and the label has been ruined by some fool with a pen.

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