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    Just won this lot for cheap on Ebay. I know song titles are lacking but can any of you 45 experts spot anything that looks promising from just the artist and the label? This is a partial listing of the lot I won.:

    Hues Corporation on RCA
    Yvonne Elliman on RSO White Label Promo
    Joey Porello on Drive
    Chanter Sisters on Polydor White Label Promo
    Congress Alley on Avco
    Sammy Turner on Milennium
    Patti Drew on Capitol
    Frederick Knight on Juana
    7th Wonder on Parachute
    C.L. Blast on Cotillion
    Big Mouth on Spindizzy White Label Promo
    Leif Garrett on Scotti Bros.
    Louis Ramirez on Cotique
    Shaky Legs on Paramount White Label Promo
    Total Eclipes on Right-On
    The Inner Circle and Lionel Hampton on Gates
    Carnation Jubilee Singers, private press
    Special Delivery on Mainstream
    Sweet Music on Wand
    Missouri on Polydor White Label Promo
    Drumology Buddy Rich, Louis Bellson EP on RCA
    Jackson 5 on Motown
    Beachboys on Capitol
    Walker Brothers on Smash
    Bobby Freemen on Autumn
    Boby Franklin on Babylon
    Fire on Sunshine Sound, White Label Promo
    Barrabas Mad Love Promo on Atlantic
    Harvey Mason on Arista White Label Promo
    Al Green on HI
    Donny Gerard on Greedy
    Fatback on Spring
    Johnny Adams on SSS Int.
    Liquid Smoke on Roulette
    Peter Fontain on Beck
    The Regal Dewy on Millennium
    Kenny Nolan on 20th Century
    Mighty Clouds of Joy on Dunhill
    Chakachas on Polydor
    War on United Artists
    Van McCoy on CGC White Label Promo (2)
    Five Special on Teat
    King Harvest on Perception
    George McCrae on T.K.
    Chuck Jackson on All Platinum
    L.B. Bonanza on Marlin
    Tain Cane on RCA
    Doors on Elektra
    Gale Force on Fantasy
    Lavern Baker on Atlantic (red label)
    Raw Soul Express on Cat
    Lowell Fulson on Kent
    James and the Good Brothers on Columbia White Label Promo
    Feather on Columbia White Label Promo
    Jackie Ross on GSF
    Bob Williams on GP
    Aretha Franklin on Atlantic
    Heaven and Earth on Mercury
    Lovebug Starski on Atlantic
    Skool Boyz on Columbia
    Prince Philip Mitchell on Ichiban
    The Escorts on Alithia
    Little Anthony and the Imperials on U.A.
    The Dells on Mercury
    Betty Everett on Uni
    Oran Juice Jones on Def Jam
    Natural Four on Curtom
    Sonoma on MCA Promo
    Bill Moss and the Celestials on Westbound
    Kashif on Malaco
    Betty Wright on First String
    Shirley Jones on Phila. Int.
    Soul Searchers on Sussex
    Arthur Alexander on Buddah
    S.O.U.L. on Dynamo
    James Brown on Polydor
    James Brown on People
    Jackie Moore on Kayvette
    Carla Thomas on Stax
    Ozone on Motown
    King Curtis on Atco
    Intruders on Gamble
    J.B.Â’s on People
    Side Effect on Fantasy
    Al Hudson and Soul Partners on ABC
    Johnny Rivers on Big Tree
    Ebb Tides on Mercury, Promo
    Peggy Lee on Capitol
    Trammps on Atlantic
    Bobby Sherman Pic Sleeve on Metromedia
    Parlet on Casablanca
    Shangri-Las on Red Bird
    Ten Years After on Columbia
    Interlude on Star Vision Promo
    Rox on Boardwalk White Label Promo
    Pyramid on Pyramid Promo
    Eddie Drennon on Friends & Co.
    Errol Garner E.P. on Columbia
    Dave Brubeck E.P. on Columbia
    Lee Dorsey on Spring
    Sammy Gordon on Greg
    Odyssey 5 on BRC
    Robert John on EMI
    Sugar Billy on Fast Track
    Elusion on Cotillion
    Platters on Mercury
    Melba Moore on Capitol
    Jimmy Bo Horne on Sunshine Sound
    John (IÂ’m not Running for V.P. Again) Edwards on Aware

  • #2
    yep, definitely a few promising ones in there. weird he's only listed about 25% of the lot? I'd be up for the hip hop ones if you don't want them, BTW.
    We know when a mate buys it for you too.

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    • #3
      Other than the Love Bug Starski which other Hip Hop ones did you see?

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      • #4
        I can't see anything on there that would warrant a few quid if you were buying separately.

        The Raw Soul Express on Cat could be interesting if you check - the expensivo 'the way we live' was credited to the mis-spelt Rawl Soul Express on the label. So I don't think you've hit pay dirt there. Wait until receive the goods.

        $61 though??

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        • #5
          I assumed that the raw Soul Express could be interesting and the SOUL 45. Does anyone know what they released on 45?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by [b
            Quote[/b] (llmod1 @ Nov. 11 2004,09:55)]I assumed that the raw Soul Express could be interesting and the SOUL 45. Does anyone know what they released on 45?
            Well Burning Spear, but that was on Musicor.

            I've heard some ballady soully stuff too but can't remember the name. Thought it was pretty naff though.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by [b
              Quote[/b] (Belson @ Nov. 11 2004,10:03)]
              Originally posted by [b
              Quote[/b] (llmod1 @ Nov. 11 2004,09:55)]I assumed that the raw Soul Express could be interesting and the SOUL 45. Does anyone know what they released on 45?
              Well Burning Spear, but that was on Musicor.

              I've heard some ballady soully stuff too but can't remember the name. Thought it was pretty naff though.
              all the decent S.O.U.L stuff on 45 is on Musicor as far as I know. Apart from Burning Spear lookout for:-

              Soul pts 1 & 2
              Peace of Mind

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              • #8
                Had a very amusing text from Sie Vulture this morning from Philly. I'll let him share his spoils but I don't think he realises how much his text made me chuckle... Oh, and it's vaguely related to this thread.
                You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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                • #9
                  all the decent S.O.U.L stuff on 45 is on Musicor as far as I know.  Apart from Burning Spear lookout for:-

                  Soul pts 1 & 2
                  Peace of Mind[QUOTE]

                  And even the Burning Spear 45 edits out the best bit - the bass and drum intro that Pete Rock sampled - making it an incredibly redundant record. Sorry, personal bug-bear of mine that record. Bought it years ago and selled it straight away in disgust.

                  I'll give you £100 for the Oran 'Juice' Jones!
                  "I saw you (in [/I]in[I]) walking in the rain..."
                  "you were holding hands and I...I'll never be the same"
                  remember this when it come out and doing dodgy robotics to Luvbug Starski at the youth club when I was about 10.
                  I think the 'juice' Jones is getting spins at Deepfunk now

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by [b
                    Quote[/b] (Rich Hero @ Nov. 11 2004,11:05)]Had a very amusing text from Sie Vulture this morning from Philly. I'll let him share his spoils but I don't think he realises how much his text made me chuckle... Oh, and it's vaguely related to this thread.  
                    aaah rich.

                    thats why I got a picture message of sie in a warehouse of like 10,000 records!
                    www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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                    • #11
                      War &amp; Chakachas could be decent though not nessecarily gonna pay off the mortgage. JB obviously could be good.
                      Enthusiastic vagueness passes for scholarship in the twilight world of the disc-jockey.

                      John Peel

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                      • #12
                        He&#39;s just been giving me the lowdown - the boy done good.

                        And don&#39;t dis the Juice Mik&#33;
                        You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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                        • #13
                          I figure I&#39;m getting 300+ 45&#39;s from this guy, a &#036;60 investment has got to be worthwhile.

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                          • #14
                            I&#39;m sure you don&#39;t need telling Mark, but make sure the seller puts a nominal value on the Customs docket - the duty on the postage for 300 45&#39;s would be a nightmare...

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

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                            • #15
                              cheers Rich , I had already thought about this.

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