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  • Originally posted by Head Gardener View Post
    sorting through the 12"s I came across this wee gem, a one sided test pressing with press release & unsent reaction sheet
    Nice! Was it super cheap too?

    "White paper inner sleeve is pristine ..."

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    • Originally posted by Turboellis View Post

      Nice! Was it super cheap too?
      I never paid for it it was sent to me via the radio station for free... I'm spoilt
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      • World's smallest car boot? - A bronze medal at least.

        No records (unsurprisingly) but my other half shelled out 30NZD for a very nice necklace.

        A woman with a guitar provided live music too.

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          • Originally posted by candiman View Post


            World's smallest car boot? - A bronze medal at least.

            No records (unsurprisingly) but my other half shelled out 30NZD for a very nice necklace.

            A woman with a guitar provided live music too.
            If you go anywhere near Oamaru go and see my old friend Michael O'Brien, the bookbinder, and demand some whisky.
            "You don't want to kill the cash donkey"

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            • Here we have the "dollar bins" I have mentioned on and off over the last few years. Although there is the occasional more expensive record. One of my batch today was $4.

              In the room behind the window there are the remnants of a collection of big game animal stuffed heads. There are still 7 or 8. Tell me if you would like me to acquire on your behalf.

              Further into the shop there is a larger vinyl display. Reissues are becoming a larger section of the stock. And the second hand furniture and mantiques that were a staple are becoming scarcer.

              Look carefully and you can see a 'Cliff goes East ' which I briefly considered for its Hawkshaw involvement.
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              • A bloke at the car boot yesterday had some rubbish LP's but he was REALLY scraping the barrel with this box of used shells from WWII

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                • Originally posted by Head Gardener View Post
                  A bloke at the car boot yesterday had some rubbish LP's but he was REALLY scraping the barrel with this box of used shells from WWII

                  Scrap copper is £2.06 a pound at present. You should have offered him 50p the lot.
                  eat chocolate-creams with the appetite of a blase parrot. H H Munro.

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                  • damn! you need to come a-booting with me sir
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                      First record fair here since the Corona pandemic shut everything down. Just 10 stalls (inevitably 2 I skipped completely for the usual reasons) so it was over too soon but hugely enjoyable.
                      Dave Lee Roth, I Too Am Running With This Devil Of Which You Speak (sic)

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                      • I can't recall if I've ever seen this before. Phil Seymour was in 20/20 and was half of the Dwight Twilley Band. Besides his involvement in seminal power pop groups, he had an impressive collection of stripey t-shirts and matching wallpaper.

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                        Dave Lee Roth, I Too Am Running With This Devil Of Which You Speak (sic)

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