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  • Sie-Fly
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    Originally posted by Joe M'geek View Post
    Isn't there a record on Boulevard that uses the same cover art but isn't the same record? It's not that is it?
    'sexy hammond 'i think - Sie V and Lord Trunk were discussing it yesterday on the radio

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  • Joe M'geek
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    Isn't there a record on Boulevard that uses the same cover art but isn't the same record? It's not that is it?

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  • Sie-Fly
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    was only ever on society i reckon...

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  • RobLilley
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    Originally posted by smashingcheesegromit View Post
    went to a local second hand shop today,looked shut but sign said*back at 3* hanging around as you do,peered in the window noticed this record under a chair,behind a sign...
    ...4 instants-discoteque uk og
    not on the society labelbut deffo uk,there is a pic of this lp on here
    when 4 oclock comes around finally get into the shop,how much is the lp i asked,a pound she said,ok i said,checked lp,yes you guessed it,obviuosly been in the window for sometimeer warped! oh well prob put under a heavy weight in the loft and forget about it for 6 months! records mint- the second one i have found in the same town in 2 years,some people have never seen a copy
    I know they re-issued it a few years ago, only had 2 copies myself, both were on Society

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  • gogo
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    What's the Alex Harvey on the right? I don't recognise the cover.[/QUOTE]

    Thanks!
    On the left is Rock Drill on the right is "Soldier on the wall". I need "Presents Loch Ness..." but I know is rare..
    Last edited by gogo; 06-11-2011, 01:57 PM.

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  • alanmck
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    Originally posted by Sie Vulture View Post
    "Inside Out"... Yup.
    and "Golden Ring".

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  • Sie Vulture
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    Originally posted by mr sayers View Post
    Is this the same US group that do 'Inside looking out', or whatever it's called then?
    "Inside Out"... Yup.

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  • Plainstone
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    Originally posted by gogo View Post
    I took some "H" - records:

    Canadians and Germans
    If you like the Harmonium I have a spare of their second album, which I think is better.


    This was with "Hawkwind" - is this band good?
    These two LPs are basically the Hawkwind lineup of the time plus assorted session players and the likes of Bonzo Dog band's Viv Stanshall. Captain Lockheed is by far the better one of the two, but Lucky Lief has its moments

    What's the Alex Harvey on the right? I don't recognise the cover.

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  • smashingcheesegromit
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    went to a local second hand shop today,looked shut but sign said*back at 3* hanging around as you do,peered in the window noticed this record under a chair,behind a sign...
    ...4 instants-discoteque uk og
    not on the society labelbut deffo uk,there is a pic of this lp on here
    when 4 oclock comes around finally get into the shop,how much is the lp i asked,a pound she said,ok i said,checked lp,yes you guessed it,obviuosly been in the window for sometimeer warped! oh well prob put under a heavy weight in the loft and forget about it for 6 months! records mint- the second one i have found in the same town in 2 years,some people have never seen a copy

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  • mr sayers
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    Originally posted by llmod1 View Post
    The Tita was six euros! One of the best bargains of the trip. Very pleased!

    The American Gypsy is a slightly later German press. What a great lp!!
    Is this the same US group that do 'Inside looking out', or whatever it's called then?

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  • llmod1
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    Originally posted by Saint Jude View Post
    Was the L'incomparable Tita really 6 euro Mark? If so, that's a bargain!

    What's with the American Gypsy sleeve? I usually see this one in Europe:
    The Tita was six euros! One of the best bargains of the trip. Very pleased!

    The American Gypsy is a slightly later German press. What a great lp!!

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  • d7bohs
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    Originally posted by gogo View Post
    Roy Harper is great!
    He sure is.

    If there's a copy of Stormcock there, grab it.

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  • relkeel
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    Four more.



    Fred Smith Orchestra - The Same Old Thing - Mirwood. Think this is a Simon Soussan job. Mirwood outakes given daft artist names. Should probably snap it in half and chuck it on the fire,but I paid a quid for it so f**k that..
    Little Johnny Blair - Mommas Gone - The House Of Fox
    This is more like it great gritty 70s Memphis mover 'Funky Northern' is the current term I believe (whatever the f**k that means).
    Willie Mitchell - Soul Serenade - London Buster Brownre is great guitar RnB if you dont allready know.
    Preston Epps -Bongo Rock - Top Rank Mad bongoism.

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  • medlar
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    Originally posted by pitch View Post
    Anne Briggs album (I don't have any ) - The Time Has Come - is it her best?
    The Bo Weavil release is a thing of beauty, as far as I can tell from the webpage here it is still available:

    http://www.boweavilrecordings.com/briggs.html

    Get in!

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  • gogo
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    And because the next box was with "H"

    I took some "H" - records:

    Canadians and Germans


    Roy Harper is great!

    Those 2 I took only because of discussion in the beginning of "finds" - no time to listen

    This was with "Hawkwind" - is this band good?


    The last one is a bootleg by George the Beatles.

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