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  • Originally posted by d7bohs View Post
    Record fair this weekend a bit of a bust - a few collection fillers, but nothing wildly exciting. Found a nice 45 at a market on the way in though....

    Irish pressing too.

    www.45cat.com
    http://www.45worlds.com/

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    • Nice 45!

      No boot for me today unfortunately.

      Will hopefully get a chance to post up some recent finds soon!

      Made a disappointing house visit on Friday, looked through a large boxed of battered sleeveless Barry White/Supremes/Abba type 45s, and found a copy of this...



      a bit rough (to say the least), but plays nicely - what was it doing there?
      We know when a mate buys it for you too.

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      • Originally posted by nlgbbbblth View Post
        Deadly!

        Fair was very cramped. The cheap boxes on the floor were hell to look at it.

        Picked up some 45s

        Troggs - Little Girl (killer b-side Maybe The Madman)
        Yardbirds - Little Games
        Manfred Mann - 5-4-3-2-1
        Paul McCartney - Coming Up
        Nancy Sinatra - How Does That Grab Ya
        Fairport Convention - Si Tu Does Partir

        and some collection filler LPs.
        Yeah, I couldn't stick it for long.

        Didn't get to look at any singles, but you did well. Went back y'day afternoon for a few minutes and picked up a few more bits, but again, nothing sensational.
        Those funny cars won't make the teardrops start/ but way up there is where she broke my heart

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        • Originally posted by d7bohs View Post
          Yeah, I couldn't stick it for long.

          Didn't get to look at any singles, but you did well. Went back y'day afternoon for a few minutes and picked up a few more bits, but again, nothing sensational.
          I've been enjoying this lp I got there. Reminds me of a wimpier Pacific Ocean Blue. I especially like the way that even though there's a fiddle player on some songs he isn't on Hoedown and instead this peaen to a "an authentic western hoedown" has a lumpy but attractive orchestral melody to drive it.

          Enthusiastic vagueness passes for scholarship in the twilight world of the disc-jockey.

          John Peel

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          • Originally posted by gogo View Post
            An official document from the Komzomol (The young Communist) about "What kind of music is dangerous and ideologically incorrect" and why:
            Long list but:
            1. Sex Pistols (punk, violence)
            2, B 52 (punk violence)...
            8 Styx (violence, vandalism)????
            12 Sparks (neo-nazi and racism)???
            15 Nazareth (violence, religious mysticism, sadism)???
            19 Pink Floyd 1983 - (against the foreign policy of USSR - Afghan war)
            20 Talking Heads - myth of the Soviet danger
            24 Donna Summer - erotica (very dangerous D. S.!)
            25 Tina Turner - sex (even more dangerous!!!)
            34 AND NOW THE TOP - Village People - VIOLENCE?!
            35 10 cc - neo-nazi
            38 Blondi punk, violence.

            And the year is not 1955 but 1985

            Are you sure that document is real? I have my doubts, since it appeared on the people's cube site, a US-orientated 'humour' page, which itself appears to be ideologically questionable - lambasting progressive ideas and featuring pro-Tea Party stuff - might be best to tread with caution.
            "THIS IS A FINE TAPE AND BRINGS BACK MEMORIES OF YESTERYEAR WHEN THE MUSIC WORLD WAS GOOD AND NOT FOULED UP BY THE LONG HAIR SCURVES WHO JUST BEAT WILDLY ON ANYTHING AND COME UP WITH A LOT OF STUPID NOISE THat only damnfools and liars say they like it"

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            • Originally posted by eclectiktronik View Post
              Are you sure that document is real? I have my doubts, since it appeared on the people's cube site, a US-orientated 'humour' page, which itself appears to be ideologically questionable - lambasting progressive ideas and featuring pro-Tea Party stuff - might be best to tread with caution.
              While these days it seems you can trust very little, with propaganda and misinformation, conspiracy theories everywhere it does seem this is a genuine document as the source from where People Cube got it is a book by a professor in anthropology (or so it claims) published on Princeton University Press:
              http://press.princeton.edu/titles/8102.html

              But then... there are some academics who believe no planes were involved in 9/11 but it was instead cruise missiles disguised by holograms, and I have made no further investigation of how much of a nutcase this particular academic is or isn't.
              "Only one thought left, that makes me come alive,
              and that is you and me side by side, on the licorice ride"

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              • Originally posted by eclectiktronik View Post
                Are you sure that document is real?
                is that Bohannon at No 22? and what does he get accused of?

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                • Originally posted by alanmck View Post
                  is that Bohannon at No 22? and what does he get accused of?
                  Having a Pimp Walk.
                  If you're looking for a pristine copy then this isn't the one for you. The vinyl looks like someone has polished their brickwork with it and the label has been ruined by some fool with a pen.

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                  • Originally posted by alanmck View Post
                    is that Bohannon at No 22? and what does he get accused of?
                    http://verygoodplus.co.uk/showpost.p...&postcount=291
                    "Only one thought left, that makes me come alive,
                    and that is you and me side by side, on the licorice ride"

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                    • ta. what a strange list.

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                      • While I can't compete with Go go's eye watering finds of late - I did have a wee bit of luck in a charity shop today (in fact in the charity shop round the corner from where I reside - see if you can spot the record in question.

                        45s first - all from a variety of sources - lots of these I was put ont by other VGplussers - cheers chaps.

                        Grat spot of exploito psych - the other side is 'Flights of Fantasy' also with ridiculous phasing



                        Vibrations

                        Flights of Fantasy

                        A Mr Sayers BIN - thank you sir



                        Johnny Ander

                        Yeah - it's 'Tramp' rip off but it's great



                        Country Girl

                        Strange lo-fi guitar shredder thing



                        its the music in the background - 45 does not contain the speech..sadly

                        A Fuz spin he found after the last Byker at a fairly ropey boot - sounds ace LOUD



                        this copy on youtube sounds a bit off centre!

                        Another VG+ BIN - this time I think it was Pete Beaver - thank you.



                        Fat Angel

                        Nice cheap fuzz slow burner



                        Hanna

                        Flippin' monster 45 - long time want - finally took the plunge - cheers Rich



                        Mind Machine

                        All VG+ related tip offs - Mr Flytipper played the Miles Kane at the last Mud - superb, Clearspot was a 1001 45s thread tip and Rich Hero paylisted the Laura J Martin - all much appreciated. Apologies - some of these youtubes have been posted before.



                        Miles Kane - A Girl Like You

                        great B side too

                        Miles Kane - Our Man Flint

                        Clearspot - moonman bop

                        Clearspot - Psychos Blues

                        Laura J Martin - Spy

                        LPs now

                        Managed to buy an MP2000 I already had - Yan Tregger - Pictures - luckily it's superb and I've got it on hold for another library freak

                        Hang It

                        A later Nilovic but still rather excellent! This is th eonly soundclip I could find

                        Nice Vic Flick Amphonic Library - cant find a sound clip - soz.

                        Groovy Themes Librabry including this track I really like (thanks Ben)

                        Kenny Salmon - get up and go

                        Waitraki in a trade from the Mighty Benicio - great LP with some nice fuzz!

                        Pop Will Eat Itself LP from a charity shop - not sure why I picked this up but I do have fond memories of seeing them supporting the Shop Assistants back in the day Candydiosis still akes me smile and their version of Like an Angel was always better than the Mighty Lemon Drops original due to the cheeky Teardrops steal

                        Luke Vibert LP picked up from a charity too - he's always worth a listen:

                        I Love Acid

                        Acidisco

                        Werner Baumgart was a freebie from Ben - cheers mate - a tad on the disco side for me but does have some interesting moments.



                        These from today's mini charity trawl.

                        Mike Westbrook Tanglewood 63 is a spare - it's minty too

                        Lulu - Love Loves to Love Lulu - another spare - great LP!

                        Love Loves to Love Love

                        The Boat that I Row

                        Daytripper

                        Morning Dew

                        Reissue of a Big Beat classic - Mantronix - King of the Beats - spare

                        Strange John Geilgud stage show LP thing - has a couple of 'rock' tunes on it.

                        "..hole...road...middle thereof"

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                        • Originally posted by eclectiktronik View Post
                          Are you sure that document is real? I have my doubts, since it appeared on the people's cube site, a US-orientated 'humour' page, which itself appears to be ideologically questionable - lambasting progressive ideas and featuring pro-Tea Party stuff - might be best to tread with caution.
                          No, but I am sure this one is real:


                          http://1968bg.com/images/stories/PDF...8_PROTOKOL.pdf

                          This is a meeting of the Central Comity of Bulgarian Communist Party - 14.05.1968
                          Decision XXIV - "The Comity preparing the IX annual festival of the youth in Sofia (July 1968) has to find the appropriate way to do not allow The Beatles to come and participate in the festival".
                          Sorry for the translation and the boring for some subject.
                          Last edited by gogo; 25-07-2011, 09:02 PM.

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                          • Great finds as usual there Lee, the charities always treat you well mate!
                            "Hangin' out with you two is like partying with Fugazi"

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                            • Originally posted by LDJB View Post
                              ...And Rich Hero playlisted the Laura J Martin...
                              You're welcome Lee. That's quite some haul this month!
                              You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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                              • Been a while since i posted some finds,July seems to be dragging for some reason.....nothing mind melting but all cheap gear and a lot from boot sales and sourced locally [carbon footprint digger alert!]
                                Last and least decent Buffalo Springfield album,Ron Elliott 'Candlestickemaker' - the side long suite on the flip side is lovely,Procol Harum debut and Big Brother - i love their cover of Moondog's ' all is lonliness'

                                John Philips for cheap,a favourite of mine...Youngblood,Exploito psych from the Firebirds [more about that soon] and Rhenium by Parliament,only the 1990 press but it was cheap and if anyone needs their mind expanded PM me !

                                Animal track was a quid - it had/has a torn front sleeve but i repaired it,such a good album,Rare Bird was from a junk shop around the coast that i need to revist and i must admit it did zero for me on first listen...sounded pretty much like prog by numbers but i'll try again,Arthur Brown american track issue and for my money the best Jefferson Airplane album.

                                Hollies is a later press,Deep purple is a german spare and the Rolling Stones is a boot [of course ] thought i was in for a treat but the version of 'shades of orange' included is actually The End version ! and nice to hear Bongwater again

                                some little ones -
                                Uniques-i sure feel more [like i do than i did when i got here] - Mickey Newbury penned garage-soul type thing and it sound like Mickey on vocals-was he in this band?
                                Boston Crabs-down in mexico [big barry striker spin!] killer brit r'n'b-beat job / richard and the young lions - open up your door - nuggets style garage killer / rare breed - beg,borrow and steal - garage / Chris Rayburn - i've cried my last tear over you - i got it because of the Hawkshaw song writing credit...nice moddy popcorn sound and that Hermans Hermits EP with the Graham Gouldman penned 'london look' that was mentioned on here recently.

                                Thanks to Ben for the Iris 45...Mike Berry and the Innocents 'on my mind' - nice mod sound and 'step out of line' by Twice as Much - US press of this lovely soft psych / harmony that came out on immediate in the UK - gotta big up the Roberto Mann 'love theme from witchfinder general' too - the cover of 'both sides now' on the flip is lovely

                                and now back to this - thanks to John K for the info - a guy i know who digs the ventures and the shads gave me this yesterday,said i might like it...well check the clip - it's a Jerry Cole related rarity with a sounds i can only descripe as HEAVY !!
                                Kinda Hendrix jamming with the Deep and Blue Cheer...highlight of my week so far and it's only Wednesday !
                                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqPIsm6NI6I
                                Last edited by Sie-Fly; 27-07-2011, 06:06 PM.
                                Rockwell
                                Banned (DJ Anchovy)

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