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  • SubwayJoe
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    Originally posted by SubwayJoe View Post
    the two swiss records and the rennaissance are from swiss charities
    charity in Wettingen, to be precise

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  • SubwayJoe
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    Originally posted by effi_deep View Post
    hei adi, ineteresting stuff. swiss charities?
    never seen or heard of that schwert and schild lp.
    sounds interesting though...
    the two swiss records and the rennaissance are from swiss charities, rest from charities in amsterdam.
    yes, i'll bring the schwert and schild to the next Plattenskillz. it has some funny parts on it, which make kind of addictive

    Originally posted by effi_deep View Post
    dumped that pfenninger lp a year ago or so...hated it
    theres another lp by him that is a bit sought after because of one funky tune...utter cheesiness if you ask me. you can have it next time i see you.
    as i remember it has 1 or 2 tracks on it which i liked. i somehow liked the combination mundharmonika and weird effects will have a second listen to it when i'm back in ch.

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  • Plainstone
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    Originally posted by flytipper View Post
    Nice score. There seem to be a lot of dodgy represses of this, so good to have an OG.

    Holding on for grim death too, judging by the thumbnail

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  • effi_deep
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    Originally posted by SubwayJoe View Post
    Somehow I often walked by some Christian records. I picked some up and even some more (not worth mentioning). All from charities for 1 to 2 euro or ch-francs.



    Schwert und Schild – Same LP
    Swiss Religious Band with some nice instrumental songs and a nice german version of a beatles song hmm can't remember which one though…anyone has some more information on this one? maybe effideep?

    Les Capresses - Louez Dieu 7"
    I really enjoy this ep.
    hei adi, ineteresting stuff. swiss charities?
    never seen or heard of that schwert and schild lp.
    sounds interesting though...

    dumped that pfenninger lp a year ago or so...hated it
    theres another lp by him that is a bit sought after because of one funky tune...utter cheesiness if you ask me. you can have it next time i see you.

    theres an excellent ep in that louez dieu serie conducted by jef gilson.
    serious deep organ jazz with choir and everything, you would love it, maybe...!
    interesting serie anyway...theres at least one other great number in there...don't remember which one though...
    Last edited by effi_deep; 05-10-2011, 01:38 AM.

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  • SubwayJoe
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    Somehow I often walked by some Christian records. I picked some up and even some more (not worth mentioning). All from charities for 1 to 2 euro or ch-francs.



    Schwert und Schild – Same LP
    Swiss Religious Band with some nice instrumental songs and a nice german version of a beatles song hmm can't remember which one though…anyone has some more information on this one? maybe effideep?

    Claude Perraudin – Mutation 24 LP
    Great synth-prog-Album. Enjoy this one very much.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVDtt...eature=related

    Heinz Pfenninger – Harmonicapunch LP
    Swiss harmonica grooves. Some nice tunes featuring Bruno Spörri effects.

    Rolf-Hans Müller (Das Tele-Top Orchester des SWF) – Swinging on a Star LP
    I'm a bit disappointed about this one. Has a nice picture of the orchestra on the back (I think there is Dieter Reith on it, not sure though, although pretty sure) so i was expecting more. maybe i will have to give it one more try.

    Rennaissance – Ashes are burning LP
    I think it was the first and last song which I found quite nice.

    The Lighters – Same LP
    check some soundbits here:
    http://www.fonos.nl/winkel/product/lighters-op-zoek
    weird mix between dutch christian choral and some little fuzz guitar and nice beat in the background. anyone some info on that? Song nr 6, Gloria…sooo weird

    The two last LP's are some dutch school gospel LPs.
    I really liked the covers, just needledropped them, but i will
    never ever listen to them anymore. Pretty sure about that.


    image from the net, didnt manage to take a picture of mine...

    Les Capresses - Louez Dieu 7"
    I really enjoy this ep.

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  • Headless mermaid
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    Originally posted by mr sayers View Post
    Couple of good Hip Hop finds there mate, I'm a big fan of YZ. What's the other 12", and is that 'High performance' a library?
    KC and the whip: Att all shoppers/getting into crack - decent drummachine rap from 88 and was only 10 DKR

    Yes a French studio/library thing with a couple good beaty slow tracks

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  • mr sayers
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    Couple of good Hip Hop finds there mate, I'm a big fan of YZ. What's the other 12", and is that 'High performance' a library?

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  • Headless mermaid
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    Spoils and treasures from today's Copenhagen Record Fair

    Some wants, some recommendations, some punts, some just because


    Last edited by Headless mermaid; 02-10-2011, 04:27 PM.

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  • Kratgraver
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    A very small recordfair



    Got me this original for 2€



    Candeias, rare brazil record ...

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  • Kratgraver
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    Originally posted by john stapleton View Post
    Jane found my final upgrade copy a couple of years back in the Berlin Mauerpark fleamarket for one Euro. From a proper record dealer's stall and everything.
    Do you still have trade one left?

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  • john stapleton
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    Originally posted by pencilface View Post
    i picked one up for €5 in Bremmen a few months back - - ne of the first records i saw as i walked in, just sitting there out in the open. Don't know why some one else hadn't grabbed it first?
    Jane found my final upgrade copy a couple of years back in the Berlin Mauerpark fleamarket for one Euro. From a proper record dealer's stall and everything.

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  • pencilface
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    Originally posted by Kratgraver View Post
    20 to 30€, these kind of records must be possible to find for 1€ in the bin.
    i picked one up for €5 in Bremmen a few months back - - ne of the first records i saw as i walked in, just sitting there out in the open. Don't know why some one else hadn't grabbed it first?

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  • bodger
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    Originally posted by Saint Jude View Post
    Were no Roy Ayers LP's released in Japan in the early 70's?
    To my understanding he only released the rare Live at Montreaux Jazz Festival lp? There were a few releases in the 60's so perhaps the move to Polydor put paid to anymore?

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  • mr sayers
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    Cheers mate, I would pay 20 Euros for a copy, hopefully I'll get one at Utrecht then.

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  • Kratgraver
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    Originally posted by mr sayers View Post
    Is it a case that you've seen them and they've been too pricey then?
    20 to 30€, these kind of records must be possible to find for 1€ in the bin.

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