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    I've picked up a mixed selection of 7" finds on a trip down south, I only came to Northants see my mum for a few days
    but she insisted on taking me charity shop hopping. She's got a great eye for ceramics and jewellery but I tend to stick
    to the things I know best and they're usually round with sound.


    yes it's (probably) rubbish but I can't leave 20p records like this for some strange reason.




    These 2 EP's we're sandwiched between some classical LP's, I was very pleased with the Moondog as I've never found anything by him in the wild before.








    Lovely blue vinyl horoscope disc from 1960, I guess there are more in the set...



    I'd never heard this this 70's Dutch summer tune before but it has a spookily familiar tune.






    a Funky Disco classic



    Scarce finger snapping tune from '63



    Even Discogs don't have this single listed, it was the theme to a musical about Robin Hood starring Ronnie Corbett that totally bombed.
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    Nice finds HG, what does that last one sound like? I have that Moondog EP, it's lovely.
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    • #3
      https://youtu.be/d_iHXGJ-tlI
      Originally posted by eine View Post
      Nice finds HG, what does that last one sound like? I have that Moondog EP, it's lovely.
      erm, say cheese


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      • #4
        LOST SOUNDTRACKS Mixtape

        HOLDBAR HIP HOP Podcast

        BUSYBODY FILMS

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        • #5
          Finally, after what seems like an eternity I've had some luck.... Managed to pick up a small stash of pop, soul, Portuguese twang and ace psych in the incredibly tourist spot of Tintagel. Given the thousands of visitors we've had over the summer I have no idea how these were still sitting there on the main street of one of Cornwall's tourist hot spots! Also first house calls in months, if not longer, netted a nice classic rock collection perfect for flipping to buy more records I neither need or have space for, but will no doubt buy anyway. The mono Pipers is staying with me though.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Head Gardener View Post

            These 2 EP's we're sandwiched between some classical LP's, I was very pleased with the Moondog as I've never found anything by him in the wild before.

            That's lovely. Nice find. I've never found anything by him out in the crates either ...
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Turboellis View Post

              That's lovely. Nice find. I've never found anything by him out in the crates either ...
              I've never even found any 'crates'
              "You don't want to kill the cash donkey"

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              • #8
                Did the charities and came home with a few bits ... many of them shite ... but that's part of the game
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                This is mostly guff, pick of the bunch might be Martin Circus. Haven't listened to Saint Preux yet but a title called Your Hair (D'apres un poeme de Charles Baudelaire) might hide some potential.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Shere Khan View Post

                  I've never even found any 'crates'
                  Maybe you couldn't see the crates for the wood ...
                  "White paper inner sleeve is pristine ..."

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Nocturnal Sunshine View Post
                    This is mostly guff,
                    Nico Fidenco 'Guff'? It's a very stirring bit of guff.

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                      I have a different pressing of the 'sunburst' Sculthorpe. Must listen to it.

                      Chorale Sculthorpe would not have tempted me for much more than a dollar. I know a guy I can flip this to if need be.

                      Only a couple of on-site mentions for Mr Noris. Jazz harpsichord, baby!

                      Move Two Mix is a spare. If I'm lazy the key track might grace my end of year mix/ swap cd.

                      Hymns for Our Day is also a spare; it is a different press of Move Two Mix.

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                      • #12
                        finds at a car boot, a tip shop and an auction lot win.



                        I'm quite into folk music but this global lot are really Inter folk!




                        This curious looking pair caught my eye in a 50p box but they both turned out to be line dancing records, damn.












                        A tune still used today to plug things in Corby even though it's steel industry is long gone, it came in a nice swirly paper sleeve but I doubt that originally came with it.






                        An unusual white label 12" from 1986 sent by Alex Pascall who was the organizer of the Notting Hill Carnival at the time to his friend John
                        it features 2 songs to promote the Caribbean Focus Festival, I could find no other info on this so if anyone knows more?




                        Released in 1969 this was 1 of only 2 records released by the SCS the other was a year later and called Songs From Irish Pubs.








                        Dear old Mike certainly loved his idol Winifred Atwell and was an incredible pianist.









                        To find this LP in a charity shop in Bletchley, Milton Keynes is probably just as freaky as this 1966 album.






                        I have a tidy copy of Ravi's first UK album from 1956 but the vinyl on this, his third one from 1959 looks unplayed.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Head Gardener View Post





                          Dear old Mike certainly loved his idol Winifred Atwell and was an incredible pianist.


                          I'm just guessing here, but perhaps Liberace was an influence... at least on his wardrobe...

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by someblokecalledfuz View Post

                            I'm just guessing here, but perhaps Liberace was an influence... at least on his wardrobe...
                            he was a cross dressing lover

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                            • #15
                              The diamonds keep coming ...

                              the Mrs woke up at 4:30 am and said, as if by magic, is there a flea market today?
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