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  • May Finds 2012

    ok, so maybe not all picked up today ... but where does one draw the line.

    good feelin's "the happy day chior" ... found in the wild for a quid.
    soul/gospel covers LP ... california dreamin' , mrs robinson , hey jude and more covered on this and given a great soul/gospel twist. defo recommend it if you don't have it already.


    youngers scottish bitter flexi, not sure on the exact date but sounds around 1971/72 ... hear here 20p in the wild.


    un esercito di 5 uomini decent spaghetti western soundtrack 7" by ennio morricone ... hear here 49p in the wild.


    dance the slurp (7 eleven promo) sample tastic 7" bought off of t'internet ... hear here


    les crane (??) a different drummer ... weirdo sentimental crapola apart from this bit 20p in the wild

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    Went round local shop Skivhallen Majorna and spent lots more than I intended, which got me these:



    (Sorry for the crap pic.) I probably more for Astro-Sounds than it goes for nowadays but couldn't leave a near minty original copy behind. I think I read on here that there's a boot of this, any easy giveaways for that? The Alshire inner sleeve looks very real on this. Kind of bought it just because it was downloading that from Chocoreve that got me into the vinyl vulture thing, or at least prepared me for it, but listening to it again it's just kills it, the phasing, the acid strings... do I still need my Fire Music now?
    Mystic Moods with Honey Trippin' for cheap, can't remember what it sounds like but it's one of their good ones I remember. Disco Time is Hans Edler and has some super fast space disco stuff on it. The 12" is the original version of Ain't No Stoppin Us Now, only knew the Risco Connection version and can't remember the name... Air has some cover issues but record is clean.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Bud Peyote View Post
      I think I read on here that there's a boot of this, any easy giveaways for that?
      The boot has a blank white label and bonus tracks from Sounds of Today. (May be more than one though, I don't know).


      BTW - is this that new place in Gbg that opened some 1-2 years ago? Supposed to have some good stuff - more of a collectors shop than a thriftshop?

      Hmm.... I would like to check it out. Maybe it's time to search for a cheap hotel in Gbg again this summer....
      "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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      • #4
        Yeah great shop. The one on Andra LĂ„nggatan that used to be all metal and punk has changed owners (at least partly) and is now really good too.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Bud Peyote View Post
          Yeah great shop. The one on Andra LĂ„nggatan that used to be all metal and punk has changed owners (at least partly) and is now really good too.
          OK - I was thinking about going to Gbg or Sthlm this summer... haven't been to Sthlm for years but problem is: I don't like the city very much. Gbg is a much friendlier and nicer place (no offense to the Sthlm based collectors here - I just get all stressed up and annoyed in a bad way in Sthlm and every time I use the subway it feels like a decent into Hades) so maybe it's Gbg again...
          "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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          • #6

            From Kavala - Greece (spare)
            From Popsike: "Horis Logia (Without Words)," by Stavros Xarhakos, released on EMI in Greece in 1974. BRILLIANT album by Greek composer Stavros Xarhakos, a kind of psychedelic symphony with all tracks sequenced over two sides - a gorgeous, kaleidoscopic sound featuring a full orchestra along with guitar. The music is airy, dyamic, emotive, and utterly absorbing, with spacy interludes and haunting flute passages. An astonishing achievement, and a vastly overlooked record of the period - the music is perfection.
            you can hear: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kT4I1aCxtJE
            ONE more Amiga:


            And one signed Polad Byul-Byul Ogly - you can find:
            http://www.verygoodplus.co.uk/showth...ighlight=polad


            The first Kobza:


            Yes, it is glam, but I like it:
            Last edited by gogo; 02-05-2012, 04:39 PM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by lord dunsby View Post
              un esercito di 5 uomini decent spaghetti western soundtrack 7" by ennio morricone ... hear here 49p in the wild.


              That's one of my very favourite Morricone spagetti themes - Didn't know there was a 45! The LP is worth grabbing too - it's a decent listen.
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              • #8
                Liking that Happy Day Choir and i too found [another] Youngers Flexi recently !
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by lord dunsby View Post
                  youngers scottish bitter flexi, not sure on the exact date but sounds around 1971/72 ... hear here 20p in the wild.
                  That hat continues to fascinate me. Was it drawn on because the designer couldn't be bothered cutting out the hair properly. Did people used to wear hats like that to sit in a pub in the 70s?
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                  • #10
                    was a surprise to me to find that ennio morricone on a 45 ... kind of odd that anyone back then would stick it on as a track in of itself rather than part of a film sound track. still at 49p it's gotta be a bargain.
                    for some reason it's reminded me of a stack of 60's 70's bollywood 45's i have somewhere ... i tucked em away somewhere and forgot about em as they had no sitars on em (which is all i was after at the time) will have to dig em out and have a new listen.

                    sye Happy Day Choir is top, nowt on youtube which is a surprise ... is it fairly unknown?

                    younger's is an odd one, haha that hat is very special indeed ... he was probably a bit of a dude, the hat could well be the reason that he seems to be batting well above his average with that chick. either that or marsha hunt is stood behind him.

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                    • #11


                      The thing is... I'm a little disappointed.

                      I narrowly missed a Hum Dono...
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by someblokecalledfuz View Post
                        The thing is... I'm a little disappointed.

                        I narrowly missed a Hum Dono...
                        Fuz, you crack me up!!! Do please spill the beans... in fact, how did someone nab Hum Dono but miss THAT????

                        I would love to make you an indecent proposal, but that's a record which is WAY out my range. Unless of course you just want me to do another slot at the Mud for it?
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                        • #13
                          Boom Jackie Boom Chick and Hum Dono in one shop? Where, what?I think we need more details please.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by someblokecalledfuz View Post


                            The thing is... I'm a little disappointed.

                            I narrowly missed a Hum Dono...
                            F*cking hell man! Where? Local? Please don't tell me Stocky as I went through it yesterday and ignored all the shops.

                            That's your Utrecht trip fund right there!
                            Last edited by LDJB; 03-05-2012, 04:23 PM.
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                            • #15
                              What gives north of the border Fuz ?
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