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    I'm sure you've heard about the England goalie and now very skint former goalie David James auctioning off all his jerseys and football memorabilia, but he is also selling off around 1800 vinyl records.

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  • #2
    Come on, it's gotta be all Simply Red and Phil Collins surely? You know what them footie players are like.

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    • #3
      It's well known that he's a serious collector of Nordic Rock so there has to be some serious rarities in there.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Fortunate One View Post
        Come on, it's gotta be all Simply Red and Phil Collins surely? You know what them footie players are like.
        Maybe ........ maybe not?: http://www.nme.com/blogs/nme-blogs/d...ball-and-music
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        • #5
          Reserve price £250 and viewing in Kent recommended... or not as the case may be
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Fortunate One View Post
            Come on, it's gotta be all Sun Ra and Pharoah Sanders surely? You know what them snooker players are like.

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            • #7
              If he'd thrown in an expedit or two I might have bid.
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              • #8
                How can some football mug who was earning mega bucks compared to us peasants end up bankrupt? Mug.
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                • #9
                  Ha Ha! Love it Sir Slim! Yes, I remember reading somewhere very recently that Steve Davis was/is a massive Magma (French 70s prog band) fan!
                  Whereas Jimmy White was more your Dr. Feelgood type! Kind of makes sense. Steve would play the long (10 mins of noodling around the snooker table) game whereas Jimmy would go straight for the jugular.
                  As for Kirk Stevens.....at the height of his crack cocaine addiction apparently he had but the one cassette.....(of Dancing in the Dark by The Boss)!

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                  • #10
                    My friend sold a record to Steve Davis via musicstack. Very bloody jealous.
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                    • #11
                      Is there some proggy coded message in the balls in that shot?

                      And am I the only one who thinks there could be some UK garage gold David James's collection?
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by eine View Post
                        My friend sold a record to Steve Davis via musicstack. Very bloody jealous.
                        When i sold my entire northern soul collection in 1988 ish for a grand, Steve Davis ended up with my copy of - Will Collins And Willpower "Is there anything that i can do for you" on Bareback. I still kick myself for not taking this out. I didn,t appreciate how rare it was at the time, and no one had told me that Bareback records had burnt down destroying all the issues of this. I remember buying it off a Soul Bowl postal list on demo for 12 quid. I was aged about 15 ( 1979) at the time. I had already worked out to get my Soul Bowl sales list sent direct to p.o., so i could sit on a bench outside the post office next to a phone box to check the list and phone the order in before i went to school. Even back then things sold very quickly. I remember being skint for a few weeks after, but always loved the track since hearing it at wigan casino played by Richard Searling as a "Cover up" Love Committe

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                        • #13
                          Of course Steve Davis has always been a big Northern and Deep Soul collector (more on the deep side I think) and threw some money behind the 80s mag "Voices From The Shadows"

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Hayes View Post
                            Is there some proggy coded message in the balls in that shot?

                            And am I the only one who thinks there could be some UK garage gold David James's collection?
                            I think it's a coded message to David James: 'Look how to hold on to balls Goalie!'

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by medlar View Post
                              How can some football mug who was earning mega bucks compared to us peasants end up bankrupt? Mug.
                              Slipped through his fingers!?

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