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  • X-Mas Swap Questions

    Well I've just finished listening to all 50 odd CDs from the X-mas swap. They provided great listening while I drove around town each day. And, as usual, I have a lot of questions about a lot of tracks. Some I IM'd people about already, but these are the ones that I still have questions about. Info would be greatly appreciated. Be warned, it's A LOT.

    MOKE's Mix - First off, did you make this mix just for the swap? This had to be my favorite mix and what a lot of work he must of put into it. Great stuff!

    Michel Colombier - Potpuri

    Doug Lucas - One For You

    Denis Fanon - South Bound

    Duncan Lamont - Punch Drunk

    Eddy Driver - Black Night

    Leon Howard & The All Stars - Hula Rock

    Roy Budd - No Co-Operation

    Jean-Claude Petit - Psychedelic Portrait

    TEDDY ROSSO - Liked the little spoken word intro that he had at the beginning explaining his recording difficulties.

    Paul Baullargeon - Au Bout

    Jacky Giordano - Latest News

    "JUMPIN AROUND" - Didn't have a person's name on it, just a title

    Vivilore Jordan - Pickin Up Where She Left Off

    SERMAD - Right up there with Moke's in terms of great tune after great tune.

    Pyranha - Clepsydre

    Captain Tarthopon - Ab Hoc Et Ab Hoc

    Jacky Giordano - Remind

    Libre Esprit Moteur - Clubman Round Up

    Johnny Pearson - Spy Trap

    Guy Pedersen - Chasse A L'Homme

    Echoing America - Coast To Coast

    VINYLISM

    Michel Legrand - Un Homme Est Mort

    BIONIC BOY

    Johnny Pearson - Danger Man

    John Cameron - Afro Waltz

    Soul Food - Boogie Bump

    "EARTHSHOCK"

    Ten Speed Racer - Pulse

    NICK COPE

    Priscilla Price - Rockefella Jones

    Martinis - Hung Over

    Final Decisions - Pusher

    Johnny Holiday - I Feel Dead And Cold

    Young Senator - Ringing Bells

    DR. KRAKEN

    Barry Foster & Frank Stafford - Poem 10

    Sweet Inspirations - Shut Up

    Dorothy Moore - Here It Is

    MANZO

    Dusty Springfield - Love Power

    Chris Jones - I'm The Man

    Joneses - Mary Mary

    YEMSKY

    City Council Ltd - When You Get Through With This

    Communicators And The Black Experience - Band The Road

    Earthmother - Rubberneck
    http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v2...k-LP%20Covers/

  • #2
    yes yes - mr moke's mix was sterling stuff - recognised plenty of bits used by the likes of mark b over the years in there

    also enjoyed your mix of funk 45s motown, and djr's too ..

    bionic boy - pheww, that was some madness on yours boss, madness in a good way

    pete beaver & divines were also great

    currently enjoying vinylism's mix - cheers everybody

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    • #3
      I havent checked Mokes mix out yet so this is all from hazy memory!

      Duncan Lamont - Punch Drunk

      Might be from an impress lib.

      Eddy Driver - Black Night

      Is from L'orgue Hammond on Trestaux and is VERY easy to get. Don't believe the dealers.

      Leon Howard & The All Stars - Hula Rock

      Something tells me this is from a Bosworth Lib.

      Jean-Claude Petit - Psychedelic Portrait

      Is from a Chappell DMM. Maybe 11. or 6!

      Mine

      Pyranha - Clepsydre

      From a swiss prog rock record. Pyranha is the band name. Think its S/T lp.

      Captain Tarthopon - Ab Hoc Et Ab Hoc

      Jean cohen-solal lp

      Jacky Giordano - Remind

      From a freesound lib. Sorry brain failure.

      Libre Esprit Moteur - Clubman Round Up

      on some mad belgian 45! brain failure on the label.

      Johnny Pearson - Spy Trap

      on a BBC 7". Sometimes is known as Quator. I think Playgirl is the A side.

      Guy Pedersen - Chasse A L'Homme

      On a 7". Mind fails me now again on the label.

      Echoing America - Coast To Coast

      On a sermi lib. Muther funkin rare dude. Did get a release on a conroy Eurobeat too.

      VINYLISM

      Michel Legrand - Un Homme Est Mort

      Either on a rockin horse do dah rare 7" or on the easier to get Legrand 'Ecran' lp. Though it can sell for a few quid. £30?

      TEDDY ROSSO

      Jacky Giordano - Latest News

      Might be from a Timing Lib. No 1?

      Nicks

      Young Senator - Ringing Bells

      Hands off Im 'avin the next one
      Last edited by sermad; 21-02-2005, 11:26 PM.
      www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Motown67




        MANZO

        Chris Jones - I'm The Man

        YEMSKY

        City Council Ltd - When You Get Through With This

        Communicators And The Black Experience - Band The Road
        Not my CDs, but I know the Chris Jones is a 45 on Goodie Town. LA, California record. Should be easy to find on the 'bay for $10 to $15. Communicators 45 is on Tri-Oak, outta North Carolina and expensive ($500 or so). City Council Ltd 45 is outta North Carolina, too, not sure about the label, and cheaper than the Communicators 45.
        http://three-sixty-five45s.blogspot.com/

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        • #5
          I was just looking through my records, and it turns out I have that Chris Jones 45. Doh!
          http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v2...k-LP%20Covers/

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          • #6
            Originally posted by sermad

            Nicks

            Young Senator - Ringing Bells

            Hands off Im 'avin the next one

            Young Senators on Innovation, out of Maryland. I'll be rooting around in Maryland this Friday mate so if I find one, it's yours. You'll need two copies though, to play out parts 1 & 2 on the decks! They have another 45, but it's rubbish (Ed would love it).
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            http://makethingsmatter.com

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Nick Cope
              Young Senators on Innovation, out of Maryland. I'll be rooting around in Maryland this Friday mate so if I find one, it's yours. You'll need two copies though, to play out parts 1 & 2 on the decks!
              Can you find four copies please Nick !!
              If you're looking for a pristine copy then this isn't the one for you. The vinyl looks like someone has polished their brickwork with it and the label has been ruined by some fool with a pen.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Motown67
                Priscilla Price - Rockefella Jones
                Have a look here for a thread about it at the df board. Martin has also covered this quite nicely along with label scans over at soulgeneration.

                http://www.fryer-mantis.co.uk/module...ight=priscilla

                Martinis - Hung Over
                A track that has been doing the rounds ever since I can remeber going to funk gigs. Keb used to play this every Thursday at Leave My Wife Alone at The Wag. And it was played at the very first Deep Funk gig in 1994. Really gone down in value now - about £20, maybe less.


                Dusty Springfield - Love Power
                I dunno if this was ever released on an original album - I've been looking around but never seen one. This was released on the compilation series by the Mojo boys. To pre-empt the LP, they released a 3 track 12" with Love Power designated its own side. Luvverly and loud - and like hens teeth to get hold of now.

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                • #9
                  I know where there's a copy of that Martini's 45.. I keep picking it up, looking at it, listening to it.. and then put it back. :doofus:

                  anyway, I agree with Greg - 20 - 25 is the price, I think one went on the 'bay for a bit more, but no surprises there..
                  If you're looking for a pristine copy then this isn't the one for you. The vinyl looks like someone has polished their brickwork with it and the label has been ruined by some fool with a pen.

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                  • #10
                    Hi Motown, thanks for your questions. Here goes...

                    This is all from memory. I'll double-check my facts tonight. But the good news is; it's all cheap.

                    Barry Foster was TV's Van der Valk (which is probably best remembered for Simon Park's "Eye Level" theme tune). This is an 80s (1982?) recording where he reads some poems set to music performed by veteran british jazzers. The album is called Impulsion. I found it in a charity shop. I can't remember the label. I suspect it is UK-only and not too common, but it's probably not sought-after either.

                    The Sweet Inspirations were a mainstay of Elvis' 70's stage shows, providing back-up vocals. They also worked with Arethra and others. This is from their self-titled album on Atlantic, an early Gamble & Huff production with plenty more electric-sitar action. You should be able to find it for relatively cheap.

                    The Dorothy Moore song is the B-side "Misty Blue", a Contempo single (I imagine it's on the same label in the US?). Good 'n' cheap. I think Wolly found one in a charity shop recently.
                    It ain&#39;t shakey

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Belson
                      I dunno if this was ever released on an original album...
                      'Dusty... ...Definitely' LP
                      You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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                      • #12
                        ... and I'm still looking for one for cheap. Saying that, I'm more than happy with my "See All Her Faces" LP, which I think is her best ever IMHO...
                        If you're looking for a pristine copy then this isn't the one for you. The vinyl looks like someone has polished their brickwork with it and the label has been ruined by some fool with a pen.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by sermad
                          Guy Pedersen - Chasse A L'Homme

                          On a 7". Mind fails me now again on the label.
                          It's on the 1970 Celeste OST 45 (PEM 90501)

                          Sermad's mix is amazing - how many of that lot are on 45s???
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Rich Hero
                            'Dusty... ...Definitely' LP
                            Chars, Rich - never seen one out in the field. Good show.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Col Wolfe
                              It's on the 1970 Celeste OST 45 (PEM 90501)

                              Sermad's mix is amazing - how many of that lot are on 45s???
                              Dude yours was on fackin fire too! I havent even started to ebay for your tunes yet - Im too scared!

                              Ok whats on 45.

                              4) Pawnshop - My Stand - On italian RRC I think.
                              6) Jacques Dutronc - A La Queue Les Yvelines - Well cheap on 'disque vogues'
                              15) Hoax - Pan's Laugh - Have a spare.
                              16) Libre Esprit Moteur - Clubman Round-Up - Think this is on the 'pirate' label.
                              17) Johnny Pearson - Spytrap - On BBC getting tricky to get.
                              18) Guy Pedersen - Chasse A L'Homme
                              www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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