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  • eclipsechaser
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    Alas JBs in Waterloo was shut when I passed this morning

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  • Milesago
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    Originally posted by Cacapo View Post
    I just spotted the Troia record I put on a Swap CD way back. There is a spoof coverversion of Dies Irae on there. Whats this doing in New Zealand?
    A weird one to find in Wellington alright. I took that, Mike D'Abo's s/t LP (1970) and the second Curved Air LP, both with local cover variations AFAIR, and best of all a copy of the first Hunters & Collectors LP+12". Not much of a haul for the amount of effort I put in. All very reasonable priced at NZD 4 (except H&C was 6).

    I'll be visiting downunder again in Feb/Mar this year. I wonder if it's still there?

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  • Cacapo
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    Originally posted by Milesago View Post


    I just spotted the Troia record I put on a Swap CD way back. There is a spoof coverversion of Dies Irae on there. Whats this doing in New Zealand?

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  • Sie Vulture
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    Thursday 18th December, Montreal.

    After work I diverted back into town on my way to the airport and visited Beatnick and Le Pick Up. Both great stores with very knowledgeable and friendly owners. Completed my first lesson in Quebec music before leaving town.








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  • Sie Vulture
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    Wednesday 17th December, Montreal.

    Similar to their US counterparts, Canadian stores stay open late too. I visited the largest record store during my first evening in town - Aux 33 Tours.



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  • Sie Vulture
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    Tuesday 17th December, Boston.

    Fortunately the record stores in the US are open until 9pm most evenings so this means you can hit a couple of spots after work on an evening. I was able to get into Boston and visit Skippy White and In Your Ear.









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  • Sie Vulture
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    Monday 16th December, Massachusetts.

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  • treeboy
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    B*ll.....Hmmmm! Good job you didn't blurt his full name out Craig

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  • mr sayers
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    Wurd!

    Originally posted by Campag Record View Post
    And yep...great stall.
    Wish I'd took my portable, so much interesting stuff too dear to punt!

    That private press LP B*ll was on about looked mighty interesting, shame I never made a note of it!

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  • Campag Record
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    Happy to finally getting that lp Craig...thanks for finding it. And yep...great stall.

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  • mr sayers
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    Middlesbourgh fair

    This dealer had plenty of Vulture heat, lets hope he's at the next fair.

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  • mr sayers
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    Hope there was some folk raers amongst them fruit bowls!

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  • Ronnies-Pockets
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    Originally posted by eine View Post
    Here we go:



    In a charity, got any vinyl, etc. Little ones £2.25, big ones £3.25. Something to keep your monkey glands in.
    How not to remove wax from vinyl

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  • effi_deep
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    making some cash with heart raers in norwich!

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  • eine
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    Here we go:



    In a charity, got any vinyl, etc. Little ones £2.25, big ones £3.25. Something to keep your monkey glands in.

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