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    Went a bit overboard on soundtracks at the Disk Union sale ...





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  • #2
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    Soundtrack overload?

    Some nice bits I know and some nice looking ones I don't - what can you say about Nine Hours... and the Jeff Mills?

    Both look interesting.
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    and that is you and me side by side, on the licorice ride"

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    • #3
      Haven't listened to those two yet, but Nine Hours to Rama promises some sitar tracks. The Jeff Mills is one of three 12s released from his soundtrack to a Buster Keaton film.
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      • #4
        From the flea market - Who - Live in Leeds.
        On the back cover:

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        • #5
          Woah!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by gogo View Post
            From the flea market - Who - Live in Leeds.
            On the back cover
            I'd approach autographs found "in the wild" with extreme caution. Do a google image search for "The Who" autographs. Not sure any of those look particularly similar to any other Who autographs. Mind you, no too signatures look particularly alike on Google either!
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            • #7
              The Dude in the market didn't know much about "The Who" - He told me - "they are popular in the West" and asked me funny money for the lp (it is OG Track A1/B1) - something like 0.70 euros 7 of the 12 inserts are in.

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              • #8
                John Carpenter - The Fog LP (new reissue, bit pricey but I've wanted it for yonks)
                Delroy Edwards/Funkineven (acid business)
                new Aquarian Foundation (deep house)
                Drexciya - Wave Jumper 12" (YES!!)
                Mystic & Fire - Untitled 2 12" (wanted this for ages but Im gonna have to send it back as its not graded well, shame, such a good record)

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by wipers View Post
                  Drexciya - Wave Jumper 12" (YES!!)
                  Brilliant record. I hoover up anything I find on UR, which isn't much to be fair these days.

                  Originally posted by wipers View Post
                  new Aquarian Foundation (deep house)
                  I only know the Silent Teaching EP, what else should I check out..?
                  If you're looking for a pristine copy then this isn't the one for you. The vinyl looks like someone has polished their brickwork with it and the label has been ruined by some fool with a pen.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by The Divine One View Post
                    I'd approach autographs found "in the wild" with extreme caution. Do a google image search for "The Who" autographs. Not sure any of those look particularly similar to any other Who autographs. Mind you, no too signatures look particularly alike on Google either!
                    They don't look much like the real deal sadly

                    More likely the owner scribbling them?

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                    • #11


                      A few cheapies:

                      Freddie Hubbard - High Energy. I only really knew Hubbard from 'Songmy' which is a favourite. Wasn't sure exactly what this would be like, except that it wouldn't be like that. But this is absolutely in my sweet spot, with intense soloing over funky grooves with some mystical electronic noises washing around in the background from time to time. Some really intense spots where delay/echo is used on the trumpet. Want to dig further into his catalogue now.
                      Dizzy Gillespie - Dizzy In Greece. Love the cover on this! And the music...
                      Edward Bear - Bearings. Melodic bluesy pop/rock with some intense segments -- 'Mind Police' is particularly fine.
                      Jean Luc Ponty - Enigmatic Ocean. Couldn't leave it for a quid.



                      Brand X - Unorthodox Behaviour + Moroccan Roll + Is There Anything About. Somehow Brand X has bypassed my radar, I always had them pegged as 'probably lame 70s rock' for some reason. Possibly the presence of Phil Collins on drums. But these turned up in a charity shop, and the silly track names and goonish liner notes grabbed my fancy... and of course I found it is actually excellent mad instrumental jazz-rock fusion. Phil is doing great work here, as they all are, but Percy Jones on the fretless bass is just astonishing. Holy cow. 'Hate Zone' is incredible.
                      Mike Batt - Batt Tracks. Charity that hasn't updated its stock in over a year added a dozen LPs, including the lesser spotted Batt Tracks. Well worth 50p.
                      Last edited by Sonovox; 04-10-2013, 01:47 PM.

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                      • #12
                        From varying sources...



                        LP's

                        Brian Bennett - Drama montage (Bruton)
                        Well known round here, one of the highlights of the label.



                        Boosey & Hawkes - The Cavendish orch (SBH3063)
                        Geoff Bastow - Riff-raff is the highlight.



                        Ronnie Aldrich - It's happening now (Decca)
                        Vulture classic, featuring a great version of 'Soulful Strut'.



                        45

                        Jimmy Nichol - Husky (PYE)

                        "Hangin' out with you two is like partying with Fugazi"

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                        • #13
                          Nice stuff mate! I'd like me one of them Jimmy Nichols.
                          "..hole...road...middle thereof"

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by LDJB View Post
                            I'd like me one of them Jimmy Nichols.
                            I'll keep my eye's peeled mate, it's something that would sit well in one of your sets/mixes.
                            "Hangin' out with you two is like partying with Fugazi"

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Sie Vulture View Post
                              Brilliant record. I hoover up anything I find on UR, which isn't much to be fair these days.



                              I only know the Silent Teaching EP, what else should I check out..?
                              Im pretty sure Silent Teaching is the only other one they've done (which I missed!).

                              Loads of good house at at the moment, so much to wade through!

                              Today I had a last minute day off and went to Spittlefields and the record fair on Brick Lane.

                              From Spittlefields I got

                              Gato Barbieri - Bolivia LP (really enjoying it so far)
                              Jan & Dean - Surf City and Other Swinging Cities LP (one guy had a load of nice Japanese issues for £4, decided to just get this one)
                              True Grit OST LP (apart from the Glen Campbell track it's got some nice tracks on it)

                              from the other one (that was quite sparsely attended!)

                              Maniac OST (French original copy, in amazing condition, so happy to get this!)
                              Magma - Udu Wudu LP (really amazing French original copy, to replace my UK one)

                              plus my mate gave me a copy of Robert Campbell - Living in the shadow... LP as he loves it and they had a few copies for a quid.

                              Does anyone know if any new dealers are going to go over the weekend?

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