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  • Someone should tell Brian.....

    ..... not to stack his albums like that

    http://noisey.vice.com/en_uk/blog/me...ource=vicefbuk
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  • #2
    I like the second guys T-shirt the most as for Brian how many bloody copies of 'Rubber Soul' and 'A Hard Days Night' do you need. The wife jokes I'm a hoarder but that is out and out hoarding simple as.
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    • #3
      It's a long time since I've even been in the vicinity but it's always a source of reassurance to find the Diskery is still there and open. I'm sure Birmingham City Council have got it on their heritage sites for demolition schedule somewhere.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by bradx View Post
        ..... not to stack his albums like that

        http://noisey.vice.com/en_uk/blog/me...ource=vicefbuk
        Interesting article - thanks.

        I'm going to start a new thread using the last paragraph as stimulus...
        In ((( VISUAL ))) Stereo

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        • #5
          the last time I went in the diskery must have been about 2012 and he was going on about that Led Zep then. looks like he hasn't sold it. he was telling me it was worth £1000 then.

          though, you can get a bootleg from Manchester that looks exactly the same for £12
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          • #6
            I found the Diskery good for jazz - I think the last time I was there I got a few Gabor Szabo LPs on Impulse. This was years ago though. I'd guess it's like the last time I did the tour of the shops around Berwick street, I was convinced the stock was exactly the same as the last time I'd been round five years earlier. Memories of the Diskery led me to googling Reddingtons Rare Records. No good memories of that place. Their idea of a rarity was a Queen single pressed in Japan that was only rare in so much as that it had ended up in Birmingham. I wonder if globalisation killed Reddingtons in the end.

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            • #7
              yep, Reddingtons is long gone. though one of the guys who used to work there now sells at record fairs. the same tired old 80s metal stock though.
              instagram.com/vinylhoard

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              • #8
                Originally posted by someblokecalledfuz View Post

                I'm going to start a new thread using the last paragraph as stimulus...
                SO MOTE IT BE!
                Enthusiastic vagueness passes for scholarship in the twilight world of the disc-jockey.

                John Peel

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by emperor tomato ketchup View Post
                  SO MOTE IT BE!
                  ??

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                  In ((( VISUAL ))) Stereo

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by someblokecalledfuz View Post
                    ??
                    http://www.masonforum.com/viewthread/8178/
                    "..hole...road...middle thereof"

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by someblokecalledfuz View Post
                      "So mote it be" is a ritual phrase used by Freemasons, in Rosicrucianism, and more recently by Neopagans. It means "so may it be" or "so must it be", and may be said at the end of a prayer in a similar way to "amen". The phrase appears in the Halliwell or Regius Manuscript, the earliest known document relating to a society of Masons in England dating from the first half of the 15th Century.[1] " Amen! amen! so mot hyt be! Say we so all per charyté".[2]

                      Though I mainly use it due to an Alexi Sayle sketch I really liked from his Stuff show. Sadly isn't easily locatable online.
                      Enthusiastic vagueness passes for scholarship in the twilight world of the disc-jockey.

                      John Peel

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                      • #12
                        Years ago I interviewed self-appointed chief druid Arthur Pendragon, reincarnation of King Arthur. He paused meaningfully at the end of just about every sentence before adding "Let it be so." It added a lovely note of mysticism although made for a highly confusing conversation. We didn't use his bit - we ran with a segment about a white witch who had sex parties on the South Downs instead. I'm not sure if she had a catchphrase.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by peretti View Post
                          I'm not sure if she had a catchphrase.
                          "There's somebody at the door."
                          You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Rich Hero View Post
                            "There's somebody at the door."
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                            • #15
                              A WEIRD synchronicity today. A few days ago i write this:

                              Originally posted by Skip View Post
                              I found the Diskery good for jazz - I think the last time I was there I got a few Gabor Szabo LPs on Impulse.
                              Today I find a copy of Wind, Sky and Diamonds in the local Oxfam(!)



                              So now I have two copies.

                              After all I've written on the Traps thread about reality and zen and such it's now clear that the universe is speaking to me and I shall release the second copy of this groovy gem back to the wild in the most karma filled way possible. I already have that stack of copies of Rubber Soul stuck in my head as an example of music being trapped and tamed (and prone to warping). If you think you can handle the karmic responsibilities of Hungarian jazz then drop me a message or reply to the thread. I won't do first come first served - If there's more than one of you I'll consult the I-Ching as to where it should go, or throw a dice.

                              Edit: While I'm in communing with the universe if anyone has any wants I can cosmic order them, Noel Edmonds style.
                              Last edited by Skip; 16-02-2016, 01:29 PM. Reason: Edmonds

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