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  • fingersports
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    "scoop of the year"

    ....I think not, sadly the Tubbs are all reissues, but still good music mind.::

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  • sermad
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    I love the way fingerspots got a 'hammond stereo sound to spoil you' and amazing $$$ jazz records. Boy knows what side his bread his buttered on

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  • BoneyVotel
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    Originally posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (fingersports @ July 10 2004,22:50)]Georgie Fame - The Two Faces Of Fame
    Ad Rhytmn - Electronic Organs Today
    Funky Junction - Gladys Knight
    Roger Coulam - Hammond Stereo Sound To Spoil You
    Juluis Wechter & The Baja Marimba Band - Fowl Play
    Cleo Laine - Portrait
    Campus Life - Spinds Of the Now Generation
    Taking Off - Poetry & Jazz
    lots of Jazz Instruction lps
    Tubby Hayes Quartet - Tubby's Groove
    Tubby Hayes Quarte - .....After Lights Out
    Jazz Couriers - self titled
    Jazz Couriers - The Lat Word
    Wizzard - Wizzards Brew

    .....and still change from a fiver.
    God Damm! Scopp of the year? If only for the resale value alone.

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  • Hadrian Elephant
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    Originally posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (fingersports @ July 10 2004,22:50)]Tubby Hayes Quartet - Tubby's Groove
    Tubby Hayes Quarte - .....After Lights Out
    Jazz Couriers - self titled
    Jazz Couriers - The Lat Word


    .....and still change from a fiver.
    Fucking hell!

    They from a charity shop?

    That's £1350 of LP's!!!!

    I like the way you have just bunged that into weekend finds.

    I wouldn't have been so modest! There would have been a 'I am the spawniest man in the entire universe' thread up on the board within a few seconds of returning home.

    Well done that man

    Are you going to e-bay them?

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  • fingersports
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    ....maybe I should have bought that typing instruction lp too.

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  • fingersports
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    Georgie Fame - The Two Faces Of Fame
    Ad Rhytmn - Electronic Organs Today
    Funky Junction - Gladys Knight
    Roger Coulam - Hammond Stereo Sound To Spoil You
    Juluis Wechter & The Baja Marimba Band - Fowl Play
    Cleo Laine - Portrait
    Campus Life - Spinds Of the Now Generation
    Taking Off - Poetry & Jazz
    lots of Jazz Instruction lps
    Tubby Hayes Quartet - Tubby's Groove
    Tubby Hayes Quarte - .....After Lights Out
    Jazz Couriers - self titled
    Jazz Couriers - The Lat Word
    Wizzard - Wizzards Brew

    .....and still change from a fiver.

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  • Matt Hero
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    Originally posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Blighty @ July 09 2004,10:25)]It's not one of my grails. It's just a very scarce TOTP album. This thread should explain more.  
    Found one of those the other day, along with Vol 91 & 'Hits of 1984'(and a few others in the Vol80s). Been meaning to eBay it myself. The nice things is that they are all minty

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  • Blighty
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    It's not one of my grails. It's just a very scarce TOTP album. This thread should explain more.

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  • Xavier_Blake
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    Which particular TOTP is it? And why one of your grails?

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  • Blighty
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    I found a battered TOTP holy grail yesterday. A proud moment in a young diggers career. No where's the ebay icon?

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  • mundayschild
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    Originally posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (john stapleton @ July 08 2004,00:41)]Julian Cope 'Fried' (Mercury)
    Clan of Xymox 'Medusa' (4AD)
    Dead Can Dance 'Garden of the Arcane Delights' (4AD)
    The Cure 'Faith' (Fiction)
    A good brace of lp's there John, some nice tracks on those lp's, particularly like 'All cats are grey' on the 'Faith' lp, and the Julian Cope one is a great listen all round. The Dead can Dance are very good too and that particular lp is very fine, i think it's got the track 'Fortune presents gifts not according to the book', snappy title, medieval style song cycle.
    Good finds.

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  • Jim Cassius
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    Oops. Just checked this morning. It's an A-side on Calibre...

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  • Jim Cassius
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    Thinking about it, Groovy Freak is on the flip of the 'Can You Feel The Force' 7" I think. That song sounds like Luke Skywalker getting miffed about not copping off with his sister so shacking up with Gloria Gaynor instead.

    If that helps...

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  • Jim Cassius
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    Originally posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Funky Guzzo @ July 05 2004,17:33)]Real Thing "Step Into Our World" (pye) - british funk/ modern osul piece from '78. Anyone got any further info on this group?
    They're a Liverpool group who did a lot of tasteful disco stuff. Only got a couple of singles, but my fave is a b-side called 'Groovy Freak'. They also did that 'You To Me Are Everything'. There's loads of info on them in Paul Du Noyer's "Liverpool: Wondrous Place" book and here.

    What's the album like?

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  • john stapleton
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    my weekend was spent in glorious sunny Devon (I was playing at a festival in Plymouth on Saturday, hit some charities on Monday/Tuesday):

    Pekka Pohjola 'Keesojen Lehto' (Love) Finnish trancey prog produced by Mike Oldfield
    Mungo Jerry 'Electronically Tested' (Dawn)
    Eno 'Taking Tiger Mountain...' (Polydor) spare and an absolute classic
    Fairport Convention 'Liege and Lief' (Island) spare and an another absolute classic
    Big Brother 'Be a Brother' (CBS) album after Janis Joplin left, hmmm...
    Bo Kirkland and Ruth Davis (Claridge) 1976 soul
    Various 'Audio Fair Sampler' (Phillips) spare
    Sweet Charity s/track (MCA) 'Pompeii Club' - banger! spare
    JRR Tolkein 'Poems and Songs of Middle Earth' (Caedmon) some of this is in Elvish, and I'm now scared...
    Hammond Disco (SGA) break!
    Hammond Hits (SGA) spare
    Camel 'Snow Goose' (Decca)
    Julian Cope 'Fried' (Mercury)
    Clan of Xymox 'Medusa' (4AD)
    Graham Central Station 'Mirror' (Warners)
    Dead Can Dance 'Garden of the Arcane Delights' (4AD)
    The Cure 'Faith' (Fiction)
    Tomorrow (Import) my heart nearly stopped when I found this top psych album rarity in a charity shop in Exmouth - but it's a 70's US press rather than the impossible-to-find UK original. Still nice though.
    Wombles break
    various '50 Years of Religious Broadcasting' (BBC) includes Jimmy Saville AND the Radiophonic Workshop
    Meat Puppets 'No Strings Attached' (SST) Double lp compilation of seminal weird psych/punk band
    The Orangepipers 'Million Sellers' (RCA) same covers band doing 'Fire' and 'Wonderful World' has to be worth a punt
    Terry Lightfoot 'One Night Stand' (Windmill)

    In the post when I came back:

    Mike Carr (Ad-Rhythm)
    Bones Galore 'Work Song' (Circle of Sound) spare

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