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  • stupidnation
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    Picked this up today and can find no info on it whatsoever, anyone have any ideas?



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  • Head Gardener
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    some great finds at the garage sales over the weekend, along with a complete run of early albums by The Who


















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  • Sie Vulture
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    Originally posted by babycart View Post
    does Sie get a Sambalanco Trio lp every time he goes to Buenos Aires?
    It's looking that way - I did bring back some LP's for amigos on this trip...

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  • babycart
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    Originally posted by relkeel View Post
    Ritual - Sore Lip.

    A Saturday two quid punt.
    UK funkboogie instrumental, 1980. Deft horns solid drums with some nice fuzz guitar and synth flourishes,a bit reminiscent of Atmosfear. Note the unconventional spelling on the cover.

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    Love that one. it used to be my "theme tune"when i did pirate radio for a few weeks under the name DJ Technical Giant.*

    does Sie get a Sambalanco Trio lp every time he goes to Buenos Aires?

    *A girlfriend told me that if you are over 6"3 you are, technically, a giant

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  • Brainbomb
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    Killing me with some of those Buenos Aires finds... nice work

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  • Sie Vulture
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    Originally posted by treeboy View Post
    Result on the Bill Fay 45 Sie. Didn't know it had a US release. Hope you catch up with yourself soon, I hate jetlag.
    Me neither! Cheers... I'll be okay on the morning, just need to fight it for another hour or so... Oh, and once I get back on an even keel ... fly to Korea.

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  • treeboy
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    Result on the Bill Fay 45 Sie. Didn't know it had a US release.
    Hope you catch up with yourself soon, I hate jetlag.

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  • Sie Vulture
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    I got back from Buenos Aires this morning and found time this afto to clean and spin my finds. I really enjoyed the trip and it is always a pleasure to hang out with the locals in the record stores. I'll post up some more pictures in the Day To Day Digging thread later.

    Prices in Argentina vary from store to store and so putting in the leg work is essential as you visit record stores across 4 barrios of the city centre and try to remember which album you saw where and for what price. I had my portable with me on this trip and this helped me avoid the usual condition issues that often blight the record buying experience in South America.

    So, here you have a mixed bag. I'll add text as and when I can; I need to get some sleep after a 13-hour direct flight..!
































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  • Sie Vulture
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    Jet-lagged and grumpy as hell, I wandered off around the market on my own when I got back from the US. Found a copy of this:-




    On the Page One label, produced by Barbara Moore, my spidey senses immediately tingled. Saying that, I did drop Col a text because he's an oracle with all things UK when it comes to labels like this.

    Have done a bit of trawling about online since I picked up the album - "Birds Of A Feather" were Doreen and Irene Chanter who later were better known as "The Chanter Sisters". This album features four Elton John/Bernie Taupin compositions and apparently Elton himself tinkled the ivories on the recording sessions.

    Searching Popsike is amusing - expect auction hyping emotive words like FEMME PSYCH and PSYCH FOLK. So tread carefully.
    Last edited by Sie Vulture; 12-05-2014, 12:26 AM.

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  • Sie Vulture
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    Here are my finds from the Pennsylvania trip. I only had a couple of free days at home before disappearing off to the next job, so only got around to cleaning and listening to the records today.

    The “back room of the tanning salon” was fun and the owner was a genuine kinda guy. He told me that every once in a while he gets a phonecall from someone wanting to look through the 45’s. I spent around 2 hours going thro’ the rows of deadstock and pulled out a few decent cheapies; EX condition, most in company sleeves. Minted up on a few old classics. Fun time..!















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  • relkeel
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    Ritual - Sore Lip.

    A Saturday two quid punt.
    UK funkboogie instrumental, 1980. Deft horns solid drums with some nice fuzz guitar and synth flourishes,a bit reminiscent of Atmosfear. Note the unconventional spelling on the cover.



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

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  • spirito santo
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    Originally posted by Sonovox View Post



    Ennio Morricone - Un Uomo Da Rispettare.
    Coincidence, I have that movie poster on it's way right now, same artwork. I totally love Florinda Bolkan and I think that drawing of her is the best one I've seen. The movie itself is great too, it's also known as The Master Touch.

    And R.I.P. Giuliano Gemma.

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  • Kratgraver
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    There is one available on discogs at the moment.

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  • mr sayers
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    Originally posted by pencilface View Post
    The chugging first track in that MACHINE youtube clip ("Rainmaker") can be had for cheap on a 45. Which is nice.
    That's the one I own, great cheapie.

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  • pencilface
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    Originally posted by Funky Charly View Post
    Good God, want it! 'Virgin' is really something!
    The chugging first track in that MACHINE youtube clip ("Rainmaker") can be had for cheap on a 45. Which is nice.

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