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Weekday Finds 28th Sep to 2nd Oct 09

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  • #31
    Originally posted by gumbo-yaya View Post


    massive beats on the rodway-leyland duo a very pleasant surprise ..
    jurassic 5 sample on the mutiplication , soulville is a gem and george shearing..
    Nice, I love that Shearing album, especially the more latin flavoured tracks

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    • #32
      Originally posted by BeatsDeluxe View Post
      Nice, I love that Shearing album, especially the more latin flavoured tracks
      it is on now and a very nice listen, not bad for 50p each.
      In the same pile in the shop was the "ultra rare" "original" bridge over troubled waters album at a massive £15?
      strange the prices some people put on things..
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      • #33
        Moseyed on down to the Spitalfields record fair on Friday and picked up these...



        Gene Clark - a long time want, finally found for a great price in a 50% off box

        City Soul - this looked quite promising, from 1975 on the South African Joburg label. Sleeve blurb spoke of the group turning a Margaret Singana track into a 'jazz-hymn' taking up all of side two. On first listen it doesn't quite deliver the goods though...

        Jazz Stars - I've always hoped there'd be a great single somewhere on the Pye Jazz label and I thought this might be it, as I knew Tubby Hayes and Ronnie Ross were involved on this. Unfortunately it's a bit plodding and lacklustre. Damn!

        De-hems - My Own Direction. Not as good as their good one on President which I can't remember the name of...

        Peanut Butter Conspiracy - Tough Talk - south african funk instro b side.

        Danny Raymond - Sister Big Stuff - I'm a sucker for cover versions of Mr Big Stuff and there seems to be quite a few reggae verions around - this is a great one

        Louis Prima - funkyish version of 'I've got you under my skin'. Plugs the hole in my Power Exchange collection.

        Les Sharp & his Band - 'Hip'. Kind of groovy UK instro b side on the Concord label

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        • #34


          Don't usually post up ebay bought stuff in the finds section, but was quite pleased to get this acetate for 99p - Dominic Frontiere's theme to the John Wayne flick. Great track! Am I right in thinking this didn't get a vinyl release at the time?

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          • #35
            Originally posted by IAN View Post
            Moseyed on down to the Spitalfields record fair on Friday and picked up these...



            Gene Clark - a long time want, finally found for a great price in a 50% off box
            I so need this.
            Those funny cars won't make the teardrops start/ but way up there is where she broke my heart

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