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  • wax on
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    'The Seasons' BBC Drama Workshop

    Pretty chuffed finding this as it's an lp I've only ever heard about, sleeves a little ropey but the vinyl is superb, from memory the beeb pressings are not too bad with clear audio, will be happy to burn a cd for anyone interested

    Still beaming

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  • Rich Hero
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    Originally posted by captainwilloughby View Post
    are they different? I have it and haven't noticed the difference!!
    It's mainly the mix but I'm pretty sure the drums are a little different on at least one of the two, also.

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    The Hip Sound 'Far Out'
    Pierre Henry 'Teen Tonic'

    Aside from the obvious differences between two different rips and uploads, there's a prominent double kick in the drum pattern of 'Far Out' that's absent from 'Teen Tonic'. From memory there's a difference between the other two sides in the way the track kicks in after the intro but I can't compare those right now.

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    Last edited by Rich Hero; 03-11-2011, 03:22 PM. Reason: nerds

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  • Plainstone
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    Originally posted by gogo View Post
    Thank you - I love the lp - I'll go and buy all the Grateful Dead's record in the attic.
    Whoa! What have I done? You might want to do some youtube research before you delve into the Dead, though if there's a copy of American Beauty I think you'll enjoy that.

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  • captainwilloughby
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    are they different? I have it and haven't noticed the difference!!

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  • Rich Hero
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    Originally posted by LDJB View Post
    Wasn't aware of that one Rich - noted
    Ever so slightly different versions of 'Teen Tonic' and 'Too Fortiche'.

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  • LDJB
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    Originally posted by Rich Hero View Post
    Don't forget The Hip Sound on Limelight, either.

    Wasn't aware of that one Rich - noted

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  • Rich Hero
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    Originally posted by LDJB View Post
    There's an ep which has the 4 best tracks but it does omit the crazy drum and moog intro track so you still need the LP but it's not as easy to turn up, there's also a 45 with two of the tracks for added loudness and there's a proper raer ep with 2 tracks off the LP and 2 off the Maledictus Sound LP - only ever seen this on walls at Utrecht and €€€ lists though..
    Don't forget The Hip Sound on Limelight, either.

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  • LDJB
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    Originally posted by llmod1 View Post
    When it was first discovered it used to be a relatively expensive record but in fact it is not rare at all.
    Yeah - I remember going over to Paris for a weekend about 10 years ago and grabbed the first copy I saw for €10...and then saw copies everywhere all weekend ranging from €0.50 to €50.00! It's definately a common record in central Europe.

    Half a great LP though - I'm not a big fan of the concrete side. There's an ep which has the 4 best tracks but it does omit the crazy drum and moog intro track so you still need the LP but it's not as easy to turn up, there's also a 45 with two of the tracks for added loudness and there's a proper raer ep with 2 tracks off the LP and 2 off the Maledictus Sound LP - only ever seen this on walls at Utrecht and €€€ lists though..

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  • llmod1
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    Originally posted by AlanP View Post
    IImod1, what's that Bejart soundtrack like?

    I saw a copy a few days back, but didn't have time to investigate further. Would a return trip be recommended?
    Messe Pour le Temps is amazing! I remember first hearing it on a Gilles P show when he had one of the members of the United Future Organisation doing a set.

    When it was first discovered it used to be a relatively expensive record but in fact it is not rare at all.

    My copy is a spare if you have any trades

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  • gogo
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    4 spare

    I took them if someone needs:

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  • gogo
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    Originally posted by Plainstone View Post
    Keith was keyboardist with the Grateful Dead in the 70s and Donna sang with them for a while, hence the connection. I believe I'm right in saying that her voice was an acquired taste for the Deadhead legions
    Thank you - I love the lp - I'll go and buy all the Grateful Dead's record in the attic.

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  • AlanP
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    and...damn, it was gone. kinda predicted that result in my waters.

    at least I managed to drag the Carpenters Ticket to Ride and Jerry Murad's Harmonicats doing the theme from the Avengers from the same bin, so, while a loss, not a total loss.

    right, the music awards await.

    and free booze.

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  • Plainstone
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    Originally posted by AlanP View Post
    Anyway, I hope it's still there. I've got a wee bit of time after work, so I'll give it a crack. Only $3 as I recall.
    Bargain ... I don't think you'll regret taking a punt on that LP.

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  • Plainstone
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    Originally posted by gogo View Post
    Potliquor is really good lp and on Keith & Donna is Gerry Garcia gtr and voc.
    Keith was keyboardist with the Grateful Dead in the 70s and Donna sang with them for a while, hence the connection. I believe I'm right in saying that her voice was an acquired taste for the Deadhead legions

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  • AlanP
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    ha...great stuff, those crazy Frenchies. Umm, they are French?

    Anyway, I hope it's still there. I've got a wee bit of time after work, so I'll give it a crack. Only $3 as I recall.

    cheers for that.
    Last edited by AlanP; 03-11-2011, 04:24 AM.

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