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  • #31
    Yes.

    [Crashing in background as he disposes of ninjas]

    And minding an ailing in-law.

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    • #32
      Hits and misses at a couple of tip shops this week, I doubt the Scottish ones I'll soon be visiting will be quite so eclectic or fruitful...



      Despite heavy racks of vinyl I only found a couple of bits in here.


      This isn't all that rare but it caught my interest to find out what a Bond era Connery has to say on it.





      This kind of single is catnip to me, I have yet to hear it though as I've already packed away my deck but I'm sure it has some merit.






      All sorts of things turned up in these ramshackle piles.



      I have the Trunk OST album but never seen this US copy with actual episodes on before.






      I don't remember this version at all and I'm old! The New Seekers version is on the flip though and everyone knows that one.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XESsByYexQw



      Rarest find was this 1st pressing (of only 250 copies) of the debut release by The Deep Freeze Mice.





      The most curious was this Mexican 12" club mix by Jabba's Palace Band


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      • #33
        Originally posted by Head Gardener View Post




        This kind of single is catnip to me, I have yet to hear it though as I've already packed away my deck but I'm sure it has some merit.

        Check it out here, then. Done by The Flying Picketts as well. An interesting blog. It's a long time since I heard (read) the words Deep Freeze MIce.
        "You don't want to kill the cash donkey"

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        • #34
          thank you SK
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          • #35
            Originally posted by Head Gardener View Post



            The most curious was this Mexican 12" club mix by Jabba's Palace Band

            Wow! Please share soundclip or something!

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Headless mermaid View Post

              Wow! Please share soundclip or something!
              I can't right now as I've packed all the stereo stuff away for the move to Scotland but when I've found somewhere to live I'll sort it no probs
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              • #37
                it's not a Mexican recording sadly. Both sides are up on youtube:

                Club mix:


                Dub mix:


                one of the arrangers is John Williams' son...

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                • #38
                  damn, well thanks for the links sir - the copy i found is a Mexican pressing though
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                  • #39
                    Hold on! Let's have the official music video please...

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                    • #40
                      It's got Salacious Crumb in it, which is one of my favourite fictional character names.
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                      • #41
                        A lot of singles this month it would seem.

                        The Dutch version of The Barron Knights – You're All I Need / Nothin' Doin'. For anyone wondering, the very 1970s font is Pluto.


                        The Barron Knights – You're All I Need / Nothin' Doin'

                        Ben Gunn - Wembley '77 Celebrating Scotland's victory of England and the subsequent triumphant rampage which destroyed much of London.

                        Ben Gunn - Wembley '77

                        Brendan Grace as Bottler – You's Are All Looking At Me!

                        Brendan Grace as Bottler – You's Are All Looking At Me!

                        Charlie Chester ‎– The Onion Song

                        Charlie Chester ‎– The Onion Song

                        Danny La Rue With Brian Fahey And His Orchestra ‎– Hey Neighbour


                        Danny La Rue With Brian Fahey And His Orchestra ‎– Hey Neighbour

                        Eric Sykes & Hattie Jacques ‎– Doctor Kildare

                        Eric Sykes & Hattie Jacques ‎– Doctor Kildare

                        Dick Emery ‎– You're The Only One

                        Dick Emery ‎– You're The Only One

                        Freddie Davies ‎– Meet Mr. Parrot Face​​​​​​​ ep



                        Freddie Davies ‎– Meet Mr. Parrot Face

                        During their mild psych phase, The Grumbleweeds ‎– Never Before

                        The Grumbleweeds ‎– Never Before

                        Without the services of Flanders and Swann, Ian Wallace – Wallace's New Zoo​​​​​​​

                        Ian Wallace – Wallace's New Zoo

                        Jonathon 'Adrian From Bread' Morris – From Me To You. Everyone's third (or possibly fourth) favourite Boswell sibling launches his solo recording career with a Lennon & McCartney cover.

                        Jonathon Morris – From Me To You

                        A double a-side single taken from the 1960 revue One Over The Eight. Toni Eden / Kenneth Williams – Send Me / Interesting Facts. The Kenneth Williams track is familiar enough thanks to Peter Cook revisiting it many times over the years, but what a corker that Toni Eden track is. Written by Lionel Bart at the height of his powers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?&v=fBhyJjPEL4g

                        Kenneth Williams ‎– Interesting FactsToni Eden  ‎– Send Me

                        Leslie Phillips ‎– The Navy Lark. A 1959 vocal version of the long-running radio series theme



                        Leslie Phillips ‎– The Navy Lark

                        Peter Cook With The Dudley Moore Trio ‎– The Ballad Of Spotty Muldoon​​​​​​​

                        Peter Cook With The Dudley Moore Trio ‎– The Ballad Of Spotty Muldoon

                        Peter Ustinov ‎– Reads His Own Works​​​​​​​
                        ​​​​​​​
                        Peter Ustinov ‎– Reads His Own Works

                        Peter Wyngarde ‎– La Ronde De L'Amour​​​​​​​

                        Peter Wyngarde ‎– La Ronde De L'Amour

                        Rolf Harris ‎– Jake The Peg​​​​​​​

                        Rolf Harris ‎– Jake The Peg

                        ​​​​​​​Roy Castle, Dora Bryan, Kenneth Williams, Derek Nimmo, Thora Hird ‎– Castle In Luke Street​​​​​​​

                        Roy Castle - Castle In Luke Street

                        Roy Hudd ‎– Artificial Jumping Spider Seller​​​​​​​


                        Roy Hudd ‎– Artificial Jumping Spider Seller

                        Tony Hancock And Kenneth Williams ‎– Wing Commander Hancock - Test Pilot​​​​​​​

                        Tony Hancock And Kenneth Williams ‎– Wing Commander Hancock - Test Pilot

                        1980 and everyone had to pick a side for one of the fiercest debates of the decade. Even The Wurzels ‎– I Hate J.R. / I Love J.R.

                        The Wurzels ‎– I Hate J.R.
                        The Wurzels ‎– I Love J.R.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Agnes_Guano View Post
                          A lot of singles this month it would seem.

                          The Dutch version of The Barron Knights – You're All I Need / Nothin' Doin'. For anyone wondering, the very 1970s font is Pluto.
                          Lovely typeface and a cracking song this. Their best non-comedy number(?).

                          Originally posted by Agnes_Guano View Post
                          A double a-side single taken from the 1960 revue One Over The Eight. Toni Eden / Kenneth Williams – Send Me / Interesting Facts. The Kenneth Williams track is familiar enough thanks to Peter Cook revisiting it many times over the years, but what a corker that Toni Eden track is. Written by Lionel Bart at the height of his powers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?&v=fBhyJjPEL4g
                          Oh very nice. Thanks.

                          Originally posted by Agnes_Guano View Post
                          ​​​​​​​Roy Castle, Dora Bryan, Kenneth Williams, Derek Nimmo, Thora Hird ‎– Castle In Luke Street​​​​​​​
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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by eine View Post
                            Have you got a Record Breakers yet? A three figure record!
                            If you mean this beauty then yes I do. Full of mnemonic songs to remember the most obscure records. How many songs does Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateapokaiwhenuakit anatahu crop up in?


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                            • #44
                              Is that where David Byrne got the idea from?
                              North of the River Cole

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Agnes_Guano View Post

                                If you mean this beauty then yes I do. Full of mnemonic songs to remember the most obscure records. How many songs does Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateapokaiwhenuakit anatahu crop up in?

                                He means the 7" which is pretty good but probably not £150 good. Is the version on the LP the same as the 45, Agnes?

                                "You don't want to kill the cash donkey"

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