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  • sermad
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    Peter Thomas - #4
    Peter Thomas - #13
    Klaus Weiss - #26

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  • Grope
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    Golden Ring and Happy Records are definitely from the same company (Ring Records of Third Eye - Connexion fame?). Later records in the Golden Ring series have the same design as Happy Records. Some of my favorite releases on Happy/Golden Ring:

    Happy Records:

    Meet The Gang
    Mr. Marco - Make Friends and Ralph Marco's Band
    both Incognito Five LPs (Schwab/Antolini/Cress)

    basically, those that got a proper impact by Charly Antolini/Schwab/Marco/Mantis

    I have no idea what Frank Mantis' and Ralph Marco's real names are though. Maybe Antolini and Schwab???


    Golden Ring #11 by Klaus Weiss
    Golden Ring #18 by Klaus Weiss
    Goldn Rings #6,#7,#8 by Schwab/Thomas

    there are some good tracks on other Golden Rings. Like on #25 (called Motions by HERIBERT THUSEK).

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  • Lord Thames
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    Originally posted by Kinky Chris
    Ken Aldin (6 Tracks)
    Frank Mantis (2 Tracks)
    Juan Demonio (1 Track)
    Bert Petri (1 Track)
    Horst Bredow (1 Track)
    Klaus Köster (1 Track)
    I know the last three - all regular composers for various German libs.

    I'd put money on the first three being pseudonyms - Frank Mantis is a great name!

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  • sermad
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    this deffo looks like a goldenring/happy lp. Ive got the catalogue somewhere and I'll dig it out soon.

    Things like 'meet joe fender' are on the same label I think.

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  • Moogaloo
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    Originally posted by Lord Thames
    Just out of interest, who are the composers on that one?
    Ken Aldin (6 Tracks)
    Frank Mantis (2 Tracks)
    Juan Demonio (1 Track)
    Bert Petri (1 Track)
    Horst Bredow (1 Track)
    Klaus Köster (1 Track)

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  • Lord Thames
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    Just out of interest, who are the composers on that one?

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  • Sergio Paradise
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    I saw a copy of this at a local Sydney shop but as soon as I expressed interest the owner told me it was eBay bound. And so it goes.

    It was pretty damn good if memory serves.

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  • Moogaloo
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    Originally posted by Soul-Fiend
    Weirdly enough, I've never come across a single Golden Ring which showcases Hammond and Fuzz type ish, just heavier, Fusion inclined Rhodes and squelchey Synth action. What's the cover like?

    Someone else has a copy for sale here..
    http://www.cdandlp.com/item/2/0-1702...E_TOP_TEN.html

    Here is the cover..



    This one says GB release and 1970. Mine does not have any dates on it.

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  • soundsville
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    Look out for Peter Thomas' ORION 2000 on Golden Ring. Its a killer!!!

    David S.

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  • Soul-Fiend
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    The notorious German Golden Ring libraries are extremely varied in content. Most of the yellow coverered issues combine the image of a movie camera with the title "Movie Maker's Music". Some numbers were released predominantly on plain covers making their typical library type appearance ever more uncharacteristic and for many, uninspiring. I have a few of the tougher issues featuring european heavies like Peter Thomas, Siegfried Schwab [Vampires Sexadelic Party] and Klaus Weiss [Niagara]. There are scores of these LP's in the Golden Ring series, but the most covetable are surely the yellowed sleeved which I'm guessing, appeared later than your copy, around 74-76. Weirdly enough, I've never come across a single Golden Ring which showcases Hammond and Fuzz type ish, just heavier, Fusion inclined Rhodes and squelchey Synth action. What's the cover like?
    Last edited by Soul-Fiend; 24-01-2005, 06:49 PM.

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  • Moogaloo
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    It was listed under libary, Don't know if it is German or not nothing in German on the Record, though some of the writing credits might be German names

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  • Lord Thames
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    You're right, Matt - I've got a feeling they might be linked to the Happy library label in some way, but I'll have to check.

    I think a friend of mine may have the UK publishing rights to some Golden Ring tracks......

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  • Matt Hero
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    isn't Golden Ring a German Library label, or am I getting confused ?

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  • Moogaloo
    started a topic Golden Ring Records

    Golden Ring Records

    Got a copy of Meet the Gang - Frank and The Top Ten on Golding Ring Records today and could not be much more up my street.

    Fast Beaty Groovers, with hammond, over the top orchestrations and fuzz guitar.

    Anyone know of any similar LPs on this Label?
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