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  • Agnes_Guano
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    Norman Wisdom - Jingle Jangle:



    Tracey Ullman - You Caught Me Out:



    Barron Knights - Scribed:



    Scotland The What? - Back At His Majesty's:



    Private Eye - Private Eye's Blue Record:



    Craig Ferguson - Mental (Bing Hitler is Dead?):



    Mike Harding - The Red Specs Album:



    Julian Clary - Wandrin' Star:



    Jon Pertwee - Sings Songs for Vulgar Boatmen No.1:



    Big Ben Banjo Band - Telegoon Toon and other TV Themes:



    Fat Slags - Summer Holiday:



    Monty Python - Always Look on the Bright Side of Life:



    Master Singers - The Highway Code:



    Tracey Ullman - Helpless:



    Russell Grant and The Starlettes - No Matter What Sign You Are:



    Goons - Barclays Bank:



    Mr Food - ...and that's before me tea!:



    Wendy Richard and Mike Berry - Come Outside:



    Hattie Jacques - The Bungles of Bojun 3:



    Spinal Tap - Bitch School:



    Barbara Windsor - The Story of Aladdin:

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  • MPFlapp
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    Tail end of the November score on the doors - almost all by post with the exception of the Scott Walker which was in the wilds of Brighton...


    Steve Barry - The Nightmare (Verus) - Top bit of nuclear cold war fear country rock-a-billy action


    Tokyo Kid Brothers - Throw Away The Books, Rally In The Streets (P-Vine) - OST to the film


    The Gayles – Take My Heart (Main Song Records) - fantastic country with a very soft psych edge...


    Scott Walker - The Moviegoer (Contour) - well known collection


    La Monte Young + The Theatre Of Eternal Music – Raag Bhairava (Private) - devotional harmonics


    Piero Umiliani - Lost & Found Volume 2: The Electronic Records (Omicron) - (front) - bagged up collection of "Atmospheres", "Omaggio ad Einstein", "Mille e Una Sera", "Double Face" and "Suspence Elettronica"


    Piero Umiliani - Lost & Found Volume 2: The Electronic Records (Omicron) - (back)


    Various – MEC 70: Musica do Brasil Volume 1 (Stockler De Morais) - Brazilian modern classic LP - bought whilst looking for another record in the series for under $10...


    The Limiñanas – Costa Blanca (Trouble In Mind) - new LP that I've been enjoying a lot this week... French band who do a great line is modern 60s/70s continental goovy OST and psych-pop moods

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  • treeboy
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    Martin Taylor lived at the top of our road when we were kids! He hardly ever came out, always indoors playing guitar......that's it!

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  • dukowski83
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    Had a pretty busy month. Might have posted some of these at the start of the month but I've lost track so thought I'd do a sum up. Most are mailbox finds and charity pick ups with one parcel from a VG+r.

    Firstly the 12"s



    Head - Blackpool Cool (scorching private press jazz rock)
    Dead Neighbours - 2x LPs (goth/rockabilly type rock - pre-Lowlife)

    Na Sgoilearan - Orain Nan Caileag
    Lorna Barrie - A Woman and Her Music
    Bill Garden Set - Sexy Susan's Line

    These 3 came from Fuz, much obliged, especially on the Lorna Barrie

    Martin Taylor - Tribute to Art Tatum (solo guitar instrumentals of Art Tatum staples)
    Bill Fulton - Baker's Dozen (jazz/blues instrumentals)
    Last LP I can't remember who it is, ragtime/pub jazz-lite style tunes

    Onto the little ones



    A few classics to start -

    Golden Crusaders - I Don't Care 7" and I'm In Love With You 7"
    Dean Ford and the Gaylords - Twenty Miles 7" and Mr Heartbreak's Here Instead 7"
    Chevlons - Too Long Alone
    Mark Five - Tango
    St Andrews Charity EP - garage rock by 3 local bands

    Some 80s stuff

    Colourbox - Breakdown (1st version)
    New Horizon - Living on a Landslide (Xian pop)
    Jamie Wilde - Heaven Is In You (sleazy synth new wave)
    Safe Houses - If I Should Die flexi (pre-Hardy Boys C86 indie)
    Complexions - I've Had Enough/Another Teardrop (Police style new wave, reggae tinged)

    Last bunch



    Frank Hannaway & Michael Barclay - At Home! 12" (on same label as the Fire Engines: farfisa, guitar and drum machine - seaside/funfare on drugs effect, particularly affecting on their cover of Abba's I Had A Dream)
    Alan Grant - Starry Night (club/cabaret fare)
    Perfect End - Sweet Dreams (goth/post punk)
    Father William - Get Moving flexi (very funky, better than expected)
    Jim Watt - Flower of Scotland (least said the better, 25p punt in a charity shop and I like the cover so no great loss)

    Still waiting on a couple of long time wants to arrive as well. Might need to calm down in the run up to Christmas now.

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  • Sie-Fly
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    Richard Twice is a truly wonderful record - nice finds Toby

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  • toby.d
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    Here's a few of my November finds.



    Yves Simon - Raconte Toi (RCA Victor) Title track is dope.
    Susan Cadogan - Susan Cadogan (Trojan) I'd only heard a couple of the songs on this (In The Ghetto & Congratulations), those are still my favourites but the whole thing is full of bangers.
    Roberta Flack - Quiet Fire (Atlantic)
    Funkadelic - Maggot Brain (Westbound)
    Nina Simone - Baltimore (CTI) Title track on this took me straight back to being a kid and hearing it in my parent's car. I'd forgotten all about it till I heard it again.
    Cymande - Cymande (Janus) Heard so much about it. I'd been eyeing a copy on a local's WoF for a while but didn't want to spend that much, went back to finally cop and it had gone earlier in the day. Obviously it's old hat for you all but it's only just taking over my life.

    http://www.youtube.com/embed/GdNYkSCgg4M

    http://www.youtube.com/embed/r87gxUXRCG4



    Atlantis - It's Getting Better (Vertigo) Everything about this is good.
    Brewer & Shipley - Down In L.A (A&M)
    Mashmakhan - The Family (Columbia)
    Shin Joong Hyun - Shin Joong Hyun & Yup Juns (Lion Productions) Is there anything bad with Shin Joong Hyun on it, i doubt it.
    James Royal - Call My Name (CBS) Nice vocal version of Funky Fanfare.
    The Poppy Family - Poppy Seeds (London) I still want Which Way Are You Going Billy? but this is pretty good too.

    http://www.youtube.com/embed/Jdjf0r0Ysfk

    http://www.youtube.com/embed/R4QyylzX8Wk

    http://www.youtube.com/embed/XdiLCcwqZqY



    Dino Valente ‎– Dino Valente (CBS) Hipped to this in the Autumn music thread. I hadn't been that taken with this record straight away but found a copy for cheap and it's growing on me.
    Barrabas ‎– ¡Soltad A Barrabas! (Ariola)
    Richard Twice - Richard Twice (Philips) Beside Cymande this is probably my favourite find of the month.
    Illés - Add A Kezed (Pepita) Hungarian psych-ish. Very good.

    http://www.youtube.com/embed/zeDSlvcU-og

    http://www.youtube.com/embed/Ole4G3iGeM8

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  • relkeel
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    Just taking a break from preparing for tomorrows fair (why do I always leave it to the last minute?)Yesterday I took part in a 45 feeding frenzy,a50p 45 feeding frenzy in fact.


    Is the pic cover tough to turn up on JR can't say Iv'e seen one in a while, Zappa at his sleazy best.




    Two nice Larry Williams and the first Johnny Cash record I have ever bought.



    Howlin Wolf Time.Not sure if Smokestack Lightnin is in the pic but it's in this room somewhere (cleanesst copy we've ever seen).


    The tower of Uk reggays.



    This has been the soundtrack to the last 24 hours (both sides) He's here He's there He's every f***ing where Eddy Grant, Eddy Grant ,written and produced.

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  • mr sayers
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    Picked these up yesterday....



    The Youngbloods - get together/first LP (RCA)
    Classic late 60's poppy psych with a hint of rural.

    Jerry Merrick - Follow, follow, follow (Mercury)
    Late 60's US folk with a bit more going on, the last track on side two is the highlight ('Please clear the air'), think it would appeal to people on here.

    Gap Magione - ...and the kids played boogie (Sagoma)
    Fairly average early 70's fusion type LP, 'Love J.A.M.' is a great instrumental with heavy drums and synth.

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  • alanmck
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    Originally posted by wipers View Post
    Haha it wasn't a real number - it was a sausage help line!
    we love sausages, but only good ones. so i complained.

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  • wipers
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    Haha it wasn't a real number - it was a sausage help line!

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  • alanmck
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    Originally posted by pitch View Post
    You wrote the xxxxx xxxxxxxx down first didn't you Alan?
    no.

    might have typed it though.

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  • pitch
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    You wrote the xxxxx xxxxxxxx down first didn't you Alan?

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  • wipers
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    Originally posted by alanmck View Post
    tease.

    we want proof.

    what'd you buy?

    and is there a phone number you can share
    Nothing for me as of yet - but the Mike Taylor LP is very tempting. 2 Bread, Love & Dreams LPs in there too!

    You could always try xxxxx xxxxxxx
    Last edited by alanmck; 29-11-2013, 12:23 AM. Reason: prob not a good idea on a public forum...

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  • alanmck
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    Originally posted by wipers View Post
    Went to look at a collection for work today which was bonkers - Mike Taylor Trio, Human Beast, Neil Ardley etc.

    Quite a mental evening!
    tease.

    we want proof.

    what'd you buy?

    and is there a phone number you can share

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  • wipers
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    Went to look at a collection for work today which was bonkers - Mike Taylor Trio, Human Beast, Neil Ardley etc.

    Quite a mental evening!

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