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    Having just returned to Australia from a trip overseas, and being unable to sleep due to jet lag, I thought I would post a list of what I found on my trip. Between excess drinking and eating I managed to go digging in Tokyo, Oslo, Budapest, Paris, Dublin and London. Heres what I found:

    LP's

    Nick Ingman - Terminator
    Denny Wright and the Hustlers - Non Stop Pepsi Party
    Peddlers - London Suite
    Jean-Luc Ferre/Daniel Janin/JC Pierric - Ding Dong (Saramina/Black Night)
    Daniel Janin/JC Pierric - 13 Super Succes (Saramina)
    Eddie Warner - Light Beat and Gentle Sounds (IM)
    Guy Pedersen - Maxi-Music (Telemusic)
    Top Instrumental Music - Chris Oward Group (Emilhenco)
    KPM 1159
    Giancarlo Barigrozzi Group - Rock in the Air (Jump/Benelux)
    David Lindup - Small Band Jazz (Bruton)
    Francois Rauber -Variations Musicales Pour L'education Rythmique Et Mortice 1 (funky French kids record)
    Francois Rauber - Rythmix (another French kids record)
    Joseph Koo - Way of the Dragon OST
    Joseph Koo - The Big Boss OST
    Lalo Schriffin - Enter the Dragon OST (Japanese double album)
    Lupin III OST
    Best Screen Themes for Bond and Shaft (Japanese versions of shaft in africa and others)
    Keith Mansfield - Loot OST
    Francois De Roubiax - Les Plus Belles Musiques De Films Vol 1
    Jacques Loussier - You Only Love Once OST
    Franco Micalizzi - Chi Sei OST
    Ennio Morricone - Incontro/Addio Fratello Crudelle OST
    Spacy
    Serge Gainsbourg - Histoire De Melody Nelson
    Sami Swoi - The Locust
    Arp Life - Jumbo Jet

    7's

    Teramasa Hino Quintet - Snakehip
    Jacque Dutronc/Georges Raudi - Arsene Lupin x 2
    Jacque Dutronc - J'aime Les Filles/L'Idole/Les Petites Announces/J'ai Tout Lu, Tour Vu, Tout Bu
    Ennio Morricone - La Citta Violenta
    Lalo Schriffin - Battle Creek Brawl
    Serge Gainsbourg - Initials B.B./Black and White
    Serge Gainsbourg - Initials B.B./Black and White/Ford Mustang/Bloody Jack
    Jacques Loussier - Pulsion x 2

    Thanks to DJ Sheep, The Nutsons, Thomas at French Attack, and The E Man for all their help and hospitality.

  • #2
    Sick Shit James!

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    • #3
      good to meet you mate, and thanks for the donations!
      http://www.blaxploitation.com
      Chops for show, groove for dough.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by theeman
        good to meet you mate, and thanks for the donations!
        Nice to meet you too. I went to that store down the road from you. As I walked in a bloke at the counter was asking to listen to some records, the owner wouldnt let him unless he was going to definately buy at least one of them. Heated words were exchanged and the bloke ended up throwing 5 empty record sleeves at the owner before storming out.

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        • #5
          my one recent find:

          Jerry Fielding: The Guantlet soundtrack

          kinda shit but it's a clint eastwood film and the record is in great condition so who cares right?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by james1ski
            I went to that store down the road from you.
            I'll name that store in one!

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

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Rich Hero
              I'll name that store in one!

              The owner seems like quite an interesting character. I take it Rich that his antics are infamous? I met some very weird record store owners on my trip there was a bloke in Paris who hugged me after I bought 2 records from him and wanted to talk about politics while his mate who was in the store drinking wine talked over him about Australian rugby.

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              • #8
                Well, if it was Haggle then yes, his reputation has spread far and wide. And I'm sure that dealing with the number of idiots that must pass through the doors of any record shop would turn anyone a bit psycho That said, on the few times I've visited he's always been quite well behaved, and I don't know if anybody on VV ever felt his wrath? As for overfriendly record dealers - that's a really scary concept!
                Last edited by Rich Hero; 06-02-2005, 05:33 PM. Reason: addition
                You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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