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    Hi everyone,

    went to check my "locals" and came back with these.......

    AKIRA-ISHIKAWA AND COUNT BUFFALO ORCH vol.33 - japanese lp on Kupin records with covers of "Godfather theme'; jungle fever; superstar
    ISAAC HAYES MOVEMENT - Stax aussie pressing
    THE BACK DOOR WOLF - Howlin' Wolf (chess reissue)
    MONKEEMANIA - Aussie Monkees reissue on double lp with all the great ones including Steppin' Stone amd Mary, Mary
    GOLDEN INSTRUMENTAL - Hans Richter and his Orch. Cover of Venus
    WISH YOU WERE HERE - Pink Floyd (quadrophonic)
    HOUSE FULL OF LOVE - Music from the Bill Cosby Show with Grover Washington Jr.
    NEWPORT 1958 - Mahalia Jackson - CBS reissue on "I love Jazz" series
    CARAVAN - Art Balkey Jazz Messengers - Riiverside lp
    AS YOU LIKE IT - Friedrich Gulda - MPS jazz with Klaus Weiss

    plus some Elvis lp's
    Madison Square Garden
    Aloha from Hawaii via Satellite
    1969 Year in Review
    Sings Country Favourites

    Cheers,
    David Soundsville
    God bless Fatso.

  • #2
    Since I actually live on the same road as a church charity shop, I thought I'd make my monthly visitation.

    Actually not bad.

    Came out with:
    Grandmaster Flash - Adventures on the Wheels of Steel 12"
    Frank Zappa - Sheik Yerbouti 2LP
    Alan Price / Georgie Fame LP on CBS
    Leon Russell & The Shelter People LP
    Leon Russell - white label demo LP on Shelter
    De La Soul - debut LP.

    The exchange pile groweth mightily, o lord.

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    • #3
      Well, not actually lunchtime digs, but some records I got in the last days:

      Lp:
      James Last -Well kept secret

      7":
      Kleeer- hypnotized/ get tough

      The Simon Park Orchestra- Eye level/ distant hills

      Ray, goodman and brown -Special lady/ Deja Vu

      Sammy Davis Jr.- Barettas Theme/ I heard a song

      Al Johnson- Saved by the bell/school of the groove

      Silver Bird Convention -Save me/ save me again

      The Antilles- I've got to have you/latin dreams
      (let me know if someone has an extra 12" of this)

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      • #4
        Originally posted by [b
        Quote[/b] ]AKIRA-ISHIKAWA AND COUNT BUFFALO ORCH vol.33 - japanese lp on Kupin records with covers of "Godfather theme'; jungle fever; superstar
        What's this like David?
        http://jimcassius.blogspot.com

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        • #5
          Hello Jim,

          Well to be honest its a one tracker, that being the cover of Jungle Fever.
          It features the band laying down the groove, and has a female moaning, groaning and giggling. And to top it off it also has a guy coughing too. Bizarre!!!!!!!

          David S
          God bless Fatso.

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          • #6
            I got these Brazilian Lp's off a little man with a market stall in Greenwich .

            Unfortunately a house full of wrinklies for the whole weekend mean they will go unheard.

            Have I wasted a tenner? Do tell....

            They are;

            Anamaria & Mauricio - No No No estamos Na Nossa
            Marcos Valle - Previsao Do Tempo
            Joao Bosco - Galos de Briga
            Garota de Ipanema - Soundtrack
            Specialising in Rusty Goffe since 2009

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            • #7
              Originally posted by [b
              Quote[/b] (MystDrF @ Nov. 25 2004,18:45)]I got these Brazilian Lp's off a little man with a market stall in Greenwich .

              Unfortunately a house full of wrinklies for the whole weekend mean they will go unheard.

              Have I wasted a tenner? Do tell....

              They are;

              Anamaria & Mauricio - No No No estamos Na Nossa
              Marcos Valle - Previsao Do Tempo
              Joao Bosco - Galos de Briga
              Garota de Ipanema - Soundtrack
              The Girl From Ipanema soundtrack is good if you're partial to straight bossa nova stuff, and the Marcos Valle is one of his best: got the brilliant track 'Mentira' on it, for a start, which is basically securely lodged in my current upper echelon of favourite tracks...

              As for finding stuff, no joy...though I have been thinning down the record cuboards and boxes these past couple of days with a vengeance (keeps me off the streets, anyway).
              a giant steam-powered turntable in warwickshire plays six foot cement recordings of Prince Albert's speeches to the rejoicing populace

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