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  • Sie Vulture
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    Originally posted by BoneyVotel View Post
    Natural Reggae on Bamboo has rocky steady version of Tyrone Davis I think, It's either that or a version of Am I the Same Girl.
    Spot on fella, it's a version of the Tyrone Davis biggie, re-titled "Change Of Plans" by Alton Ellis.

    Listening to the Natural Reggae album as I type - it's a solid LP...

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  • Milesago
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    Originally posted by Kratgraver View Post
    Pre Utrecht finds ...





    Danger ST ... Recorded in The Hague in 1973 on the indie Cow Records label, Prog Monster, limited to 300 back in the days, sounds beyond Soft Machine, mint copy
    Gasp!!! What a find!!
    Fantastic LP, so hard to find.
    I've been looking for one for years.

    The rest I'd have looked at for a long time before leaving.

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  • Kratgraver
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    Pre Utrecht finds ...





    Danger ST ... Recorded in The Hague in 1973 on the indie Cow Records label, Prog Monster, limited to 300 back in the days, sounds beyond Soft Machine, mint copy



    J-Joyce & Co French Funk ... Great!!!

    http://youtu.be/DHBu7SmbVSI



    Exit 9 Straight Up ... Spanish promo copy, long time want



    Cold Blood Thriller

    http://youtu.be/TE5U5DK5rjw



    Ifang Bond Mantra

    http://youtu.be/yTryBxLj8iU
    http://youtu.be/RNCNLBzIoyg



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  • Headless mermaid
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    Ab few bits:


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  • BoneyVotel
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    Natural Reggae on Bamboo has rocky steady version of Tyrone Davis I think, It's either that or a version of Am I the Same Girl.
    Top banana Sie

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  • Sie Vulture
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    Thanks Y1000..! I'm just leaving work now so plan on having a play thro' them all later tonight.

    Chosen Few does have "Funky Buttercup" on it - I've got it on 45 too...

    Silvertones was produced by Lee Perry and has a couple of his original compositions on it.

    Detonators and Frankie Jones appear to be dub - think Detonators is British...

    Lots to find out later...

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  • Y1000
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    Originally posted by Sie Vulture View Post
    Really pleased with the job lot of reggae albums picked up today... all original pressings...

    Simon Delano & The Gassers "Bangarang Reggae" (Jay Boy)
    Various "Natural Reggae" (Bamboo)
    The Detonators "Gangster" (Burning Sounds)
    The Silvertones "Silver Bullets" (Trojan)
    The Chosen Few "... In Miami" (Trojan)
    Jah Frankie Jones "Satta And Praise Jah" (Third World)

    That lot look great! I would be well chuffed well done. Pity the swap CD is completed would love to hear some stuff off of those.

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  • Sie Vulture
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  • Sie Vulture
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    Really pleased with the job lot of reggae albums picked up today... all original pressings...

    Simon Delano & The Gassers "Bangarang Reggae" (Jay Boy)
    Various "Natural Reggae" (Bamboo)
    The Detonators "Gangster" (Burning Sounds)
    The Silvertones "Silver Bullets" (Trojan)
    The Chosen Few "... In Miami" (Trojan)
    Jah Frankie Jones "Satta And Praise Jah" (Third World)

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  • medlar
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    Originally posted by Agnes_Guano View Post
    Some more recent finds that challenge the definition of music.

    Russ Abbot - Atmosphere:


    Worst cover ever

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  • Agnes_Guano
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    Some more recent finds that challenge the definition of music.

    Freddie Starr - It's Only Make Believe:



    Rowan Atkinson with Angus Deayton - Not Just a Pretty Face:



    Beryl Reid - Music Hall Singalong:



    Freddie Davies - Mr Parrot Face:



    This is a phrase I imagine his agent used to trot out every time Bernie was booked to race around a working men's club on his yellow comedy ostrich, in the vain hope that he squeeze another tenner out of them. Sadly, just because Bernie sings doesn't mean his should. On the evidence of this record I think the ostrich was the more talented of the two...

    Bernie Clifton - He Sings As Well:



    Barron Knights - Never Mind the Presents:



    Russ Abbot - Atmosphere:



    Bert - The Best of Bert:

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  • Galtee Mountain Casual
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    Fair play - great find on the Mary Saxton & Delites!

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  • geoff whitfield
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    Originally posted by beddoes View Post
    Some of the best 45s since my last finds post...











    wow .................those are some finds...did you rob a bank

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  • beddoes
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    Some of the best 45s since my last finds post...











    Last edited by beddoes; 16-11-2011, 08:00 PM.

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  • ginghamkitchen
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    You have to man up to it. No point being the sort of person who wastes his life online and then try and make out that you're not the sort of person who wastes their life online.

    That said, I am posting this from my Blackberry whilst soaring over a live volcano on a hand glider.

    I'm surprised Doncaster Council haven't sorted that live volcano out, to be honest, its a bit of a health hazard.

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