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    On Waxwork Records (who released the 'Day Of The Dead' soundtrack end of last year) - ...remastered score from the original master tapes. This is the first time the complete version has been released on vinyl.
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    Very happy to get this in the post this morning as I'm never going to afford a original



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    • #3
      I'm envious! A good friend here went for the box set of the the McPhees, hoping to have a listen eventually...

      Back on topic, teddyrosso and priima are about to drop the re-issue of one of the best, if not thee best, Melodia jazz [email protected]:


      http://afro7.net/tonu-naissoo-trio/

      My 2010 swap cd opened with a track from it, the whole trip is a unique thing of beauty, and there's a bonus track. Essential, in my humble opinion.

      EDIT: I copped the cd from the show (thanks, guys!) and the 7 extra extra tracks are thoroughly worth it! A longer version of "Super C" (- the shorter version was charted / comp'ed by Expiry earlier, I think), some cracking stuff from the '68 Tallinn festival preliminaries (- I need to know more about what went on behind the scenes with organising these festivals), and a beautiful live piano piece from '69 that seems at times to venture towards modern classical, which is not so much of a surprise given his father's output. All in all a great package, thanks for digging this one out!
      Last edited by Hayes; 11-02-2014, 08:54 AM.
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      • #4
        Temples album available to stream now. Looking forward to seeing them in Glasgow on the 24th.

        http://www.npr.org/2014/02/02/267026...sc=tw&cc=share

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        • #5
          Adrian, Dean & Maxine have been busy again, new LP out on Monday 10th February ... Pre-order here
          OK: ready; let's do it ...

          >>> Hobbies Of Today - RU12 EP: Unreleased South Yorkshire Post-Glam/Proto-Punk from 1977 <<<

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          • #6


            My small company is going to release groovy, unreleased library music from polish vaults:
            Show Band - Punkt styku ("Point of Junction").

            Recorded in 1974, lot of Hammond organ and - due to licence restrictions - only 300 copies of LP (at least for now). Strongly recommended to anyone who like Mansfield, Hawkshaw or - from polish scene - Piotr Figiel. Pre-order, more info and three snippets here and promo video with full track here.

            It will be probably available only in our store, because it's going pretty fast.

            There will be also CD version (available in March). More vinyl goodies from polish archives in next few months (along with some CD reissues from polish jazz scene).
            http://ilinskoe-sp.ru/38775

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              I am very happy to announce the release of the first 45 in the new reissue series I´ll be selecting for VAMPISOUL: TABÚ 45, bringing back to life a collection of unique sounds aimed at discerning dancefloors worldwide.

              Focusing on obscure European and Latin American releases, the series will range from library music through latin funk to jazz, all issued on 7" vinyl and in strict limited editions.

              If you have the slightest interest in Euro funk, library music or obscure OSTs, you will love the first drop. Two killer tunes by Daniele Patucchi available on a 45 for the first time: METRALLETA STEIN OST´s 'Telemark' and 'Red Lamp', taken from yet another obscure 70s Spanish soundtrack: UNA LOCA EXTRAVAGANCIA SEXY... fully licensed & remastered sound.

              Copies are NOW available from the Vampisoul site and will arrive soon to the usual Vampi stockists worldwide. I strongly recommend to grab this quick as copies are likely to sell out soon...

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Javi View Post
                killer tunes by Daniele Patucchi
                1977



                yeah stolen from this from 1971



                and this from 75

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by reza View Post

                  yeah stolen from this from 1971
                  yep, very true. Still a great track though and imo more dancefloor effective than the original...

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Javi View Post


                    I am very happy to announce the release of the first 45 in the new reissue series I´ll be selecting for VAMPISOUL: TABÚ 45, bringing back to life a collection of unique sounds aimed at discerning dancefloors worldwide.

                    Focusing on obscure European and Latin American releases, the series will range from library music through latin funk to jazz, all issued on 7" vinyl and in strict limited editions.

                    If you have the slightest interest in Euro funk, library music or obscure OSTs, you will love the first drop. Two killer tunes by Daniele Patucchi available on a 45 for the first time: METRALLETA STEIN OST´s 'Telemark' and 'Red Lamp', taken from yet another obscure 70s Spanish soundtrack: UNA LOCA EXTRAVAGANCIA SEXY... fully licensed & remastered sound.

                    Copies are NOW available from the Vampisoul site and will arrive soon to the usual Vampi stockists worldwide. I strongly recommend to grab this quick as copies are likely to sell out soon...
                    great release. I'll probably have one of those. Altough red lamp was released on a cam 45 wasnt it.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Hayes View Post
                      Back on topic, teddyrosso and priima are about to drop the re-issue of one of the best, if not thee best, Melodia jazz [email protected]:
                      thank you! well, i was even on national news on TV, so it's something special!
                      LPs are delayed a little bit, pressing plant problems, hopefully by the end of next week they are available. preorders are coming in fast too.

                      Festival "Tallinn-67" had got lots of trouble for organizers due to Charles Lloyd performance. So they were not sure, if they can do festival next year. They organized pre-shows on spring to choose best groups for autumn's festival, but festival itself never happened.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by priima View Post
                        Festival "Tallinn-67" had got lots of trouble for organizers due to Charles Lloyd performance. So they were not sure, if they can do festival next year. They organized pre-shows on spring to choose best groups for autumn's festival, but festival itself never happened.
                        Aha... I knew about the '67 problem but I didn't realise they managed to have preliminaries for '68. Do you know who else played at those '68 shows?
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Hayes View Post
                          Aha... I knew about the '67 problem but I didn't realise they managed to have preliminaries for '68. Do you know who else played at those '68 shows?
                          all the main players in Estonia and I guess one group from Latvia. Tõnu Naissoo, Raivo Tammik, Collage etc. I don't have full list with me at the moment. they had even brochure printed with new logo for '68 festival.

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                          • #14
                            I remember that a few here dug the Kid Machine track I put on a swap for 2012. Well, he's only gone and done an LP.

                            ANd it's rather marvellous.

                            sound clips here http://www.juno.co.uk/products/kid-m...act/506335-01/

                            If that's up your strasse, then you might also be interested in this

                            http://www.juno.co.uk/products/black...asy/506770-01/

                            Juno have sold out, but it should be available elsewhere if you're quick
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                            • #15
                              Couple of weeks late on tis one, it came out in January, but I've only just clocked it. Fuzzy organ garage/psych. Vinyl for under a tenner? Whoohooo

                              http://www.normanrecords.com/records...lo-griefbirds-



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