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  • few finds from maidstone market on the way to my parents..

    esprit de corps "if..." uk jam 1973

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=meh1-JUy85Y

    mel torme-coming home baby uk london

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVF6kyFH1mI

    bloodrock "bloodrock 3 " uk capitol 1971 lp
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    • Originally posted by alanmck View Post
      can you guess which two items didn't come from shops in Canada?

      all the others are from Neptoon (OK), Red Cat (slim pickens), Dandelion (lovely), Beat Street (well priced):




      Ronnie Mathews: Roots, Branches & Dances (Beehive). indie jazz, one v strong track.
      Oscar Brown Jr: Between Heaven and Hell (Columbia). 51 year old 6-eye mono in mint condition for $10... no decision to make
      Maxine Brown: We'll Cry Together (Commonwealth). doesn't come up very often, stonking drum heavy version of Marie Queenie Lyons "see and don't see"... my old copy (sleeve G-ish, vinyl Ex-) is now therefore a spare.
      Archie Shepp: Things Have Got To Change (Impulse). from the same sort of time as Attica Blues, etc and with the same large group of stars (dave burrell, joe lee wilson, james spaulding, beaver harris, charles greenlee, etc). free, spiritual, splendid.

      Eli "Paperboy" Reed. nu-soul thing, cheap.
      Tino Contreras: Misa en Jazz (Musart). oooooooooh. original mexican spiritual jazz
      Pat Matshikiza/ Kippie Moketsi: Tshona! (Gallo/ The Sun). lovely SA Jazz w Basil Coetzee, Sipho Mabuse, Dennis Phillips...

      the 45s are:

      Angelo Bond: Reach For The Moon. sweet soul on ABC, two tracks from the "Bondage" album.
      Crystal Grass: Crystal World. well known thing.
      Byrds: Captain Soul/ 5th Dimension: floppy haired white boys do harmonica funk.
      Schorr's Streakers: Streakin' '74/ Virgil (eastbound). well, it's an Eastbound 45 produced by Donald Austin. instro side is dull, vocal side is a proto-cut-up thing about a streaking world championship...

      and one final item (with minty insert, pristine vinyl) from Turntable in Victoria, for the boy.

      Misa en Jazz! Lovely one that.
      A Sound Awareness

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