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    Just got back from Sweden. managed to hook up with a guy that lives there and works part time in a record store. This meant that we could get in 2 hours digging before the store even opened. (Magnus if you're reading this, Cheers!!&#33

    The first lot I found in charities in Sarf London:

    Stevie Wonder - Looking Back - 3 LP collection
    Black Crows - Remedy - Comes in limited collectors tin.
    Crusaders - 1
    Doors - Absoloutely Live
    Ronnie Scott - Serious Gold
    Don Ellis - Electric Bath - Double
    Rita Coolidge - The Lady's not for Sale
    Clark Terry - Live on 57th Street
    The World's Greatest Jazz band - Century Plaza - Double
    Mammoth - Decameron
    David fanshawe - African Sanctus - Double
    The Drifters - I'll Take you Where the Music's Playing
    Fairport Convention - Babbacombe Lee
    BBC - Top TV Themes

    7's

    Izhar Cohen - A-Ba-Ni-Ba - Double
    Stevie Wonder - Higher Ground
    Titanic - Sultana
    Ides of March - Vehicle
    George Kranz - Din Daa Daa
    Georgie Fame - Ali Shuffle
    Strawbs - Part of the Union


    From Sweden

    Jay Berliner - Bananas are not Created Equal - Double
    David Briggs - Keyboard Sculpture - Double
    Bjorn J:son Lindh - Ramadan - Double
    " " " - Cous Cous - Double
    Bakmak - Forward Flight - Double
    Little Richard - The Rill Thing + Second Coming - Doubles
    1910 Fruitgum Co - Hard Ride - Double
    Montreal - A Summer's Night - Double
    Kathy Smith - S/T - Double
    Serge Gainsbourg - Melody Nelson - Double
    Tommy Broman - Efter Midnatt - Double
    Smith - A Group Called Smith - Double
    Ray Davis - Why Can't we all Get Together - Double
    Soundtrack - Cool Breeze - Double
    Daniel santacruz Ensemble - Soleado - Double

    Rasputin's Stash - S/T
    Johnny Pate - Set a Pattern
    Cecil Holmes - Black Motion Picture Experience
    Great White Cane - S/T
    Cornelius Vreeswijk - Tio Vackra Visor + Poem, Ballader och lite Blues
    Wayne Cochran - Alive and Well
    The Bermuda Jam - S/T
    Universal Jones - Vol 1
    Mel Brown - 5th
    Solarplaxus - S/T (Red Cover)
    Junior Wells - On Tap

  • #2
    Originally posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (llmod1 @ July 26 2004,16:32)]Izhar Cohen - A-Ba-Ni-Ba - Double
    Anyone know anything about this guy? I got an lp in Bangkok and its mainly crappy apart from one proto-disco number called "Fly With The Samba".

    What's the 7" like - it isn;t on the album I have.
    Enthusiastic vagueness passes for scholarship in the twilight world of the disc-jockey.

    John Peel

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    • #3
      He won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1978, with this song!!! (In fact, I'm pretty sure Matt told me it made the number one spot in France). It's the flip that you want - slow and low inna hip hop stylee with nice moog wibblings a la 'Funky Worm' towards the end. So good that Col Hero even noted down what it was (and that doesn't happen everyday). And it's a cheapie too.  
      You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by [b
        Quote[/b] (Rich Hero @ July 26 2004,16:39)]He won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1978, with this song!!! It's the flip that you want - slow and low inna hip hop stylee with nice moog wibblings a la 'Funky Worm' towards the end. And it's a cheapie too.  


        We only care about the Eurovision in ireland when we win (which is with indecent frequency).

        And I even quite enjoy the Eurovision - maybe I should go look for the recent OTT glam rock German entrants liek Guido & The Support Stockings and Hudda Wudda Dudde Da. Or maybe not.
        Enthusiastic vagueness passes for scholarship in the twilight world of the disc-jockey.

        John Peel

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        • #5
          you went to a swedish record shop and didn't come back with any swedish jazz?!
          http://www.blaxploitation.com
          Chops for show, groove for dough.

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          • #6
            And what is this record label 'double'? Or are they all DLP's.

            You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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            • #7
              ETK, if Google wasn't busted I'd be checking out 'Guido And The Support Stockings' and 'Hudda Wudda Dudde Da' right now...
              You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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              • #8
                From the joys of yahoo:

                http://www.geocities.com/barnsleylad2002/guildo.html
                http://www.guildo-horn.de/
                http://songcontest.tripod.com/ger00.htm

                I have the feeling that these guys may not be as entertaining as I remember, since next to the crap you get in the Eurovision almost anythign would seem good.
                Enthusiastic vagueness passes for scholarship in the twilight world of the disc-jockey.

                John Peel

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                • #9
                  I remember Guildo put a fair bit of effort into his performance, climbing all over the set and everything - seeing as how he looked like Wolf from 'Gladiators'' grandad I was worried he'd have a heart attack and peg it on live TV!

                  Mind you, that was the year Eurovision came to the UK - it should be here every year, it was great!

                  By the way, if anyone in Sweden can get hold of a copy of the Family Four's Eurosong 'Haarliga Sommardag', can they let me know?

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