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  • Funky Charly
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    Originally posted by Kratgraver View Post
    Found a couple of records €2.50 each



    FANTASTIC Dutch late 60s HEAVY ACID PSYCH!!! MACHINE was formed on ashes of DRAGONFLY - great Dutch 60s UNDERGROUND PSYCH band!!! This is their 1st and only album! MACHINE introduces the horn section together with LOUD HEAVY ACID FUZZ guitar. REALLY COOL UNDERGROUND sound!!! 8 mosly longer tracks: "Virgin" (GROOVY HEAVY ACID FUZZ guitar riff vs Detroit Hi-Energy SOUL FUNK), "God's Children" (TRIPPY PSYCH with Hammond organ, PSYCH effects and PHASING), "Old Black Magic" (HEAVY ACID FUZZ guitar and floating PSYCH FLUTE leads), "Sunset Eye" (long and very HEAVY APOCALYPTIC UNDERGROUND PSYCH!!!),... 1969 (I think), Polydor, original Dutch pressing.


    Good God, want it! 'Virgin' is really something!

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  • Kratgraver
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    vocalist John Caljouw was a member of psych legends Dragonfly.

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  • mr sayers
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    Your killing it Cees mate, your doing well on King Crimson front...That Machine sounds awesome, only got a single by them. Didn't realise there was a Dragon fly connection.

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  • Kratgraver
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    Found a couple of records €2.50 each



    FANTASTIC Dutch late 60s HEAVY ACID PSYCH!!! MACHINE was formed on ashes of DRAGONFLY - great Dutch 60s UNDERGROUND PSYCH band!!! This is their 1st and only album! MACHINE introduces the horn section together with LOUD HEAVY ACID FUZZ guitar. REALLY COOL UNDERGROUND sound!!! 8 mosly longer tracks: "Virgin" (GROOVY HEAVY ACID FUZZ guitar riff vs Detroit Hi-Energy SOUL FUNK), "God's Children" (TRIPPY PSYCH with Hammond organ, PSYCH effects and PHASING), "Old Black Magic" (HEAVY ACID FUZZ guitar and floating PSYCH FLUTE leads), "Sunset Eye" (long and very HEAVY APOCALYPTIC UNDERGROUND PSYCH!!!),... 1969 (I think), Polydor, original Dutch pressing.





    UK pink 1st



    The Greatest Show on Earth, British progressive rock band, John Peel production.

    All three records are in a stunning condition.

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  • medlar
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    Today I found a dubious pile of Portuguese 45s from the 70s, amongst which was this by Sidney Magal

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KD49pqbZ0DM

    What a hunk!

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  • Sonovox
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    Some great items getting an airing this month, never heard of the Majko Zemljo or the Glynne/Zwier - love to see things like that.

    I keep on winkling out the odd thing or two.



    Ennio Morricone - Un Uomo Da Rispettare. Saw this offered as a cheap BIN, grabbed it. Was a bit gutted when the seller sent me through a copy of 'Great Western Film Themes Vol 3' instead, but managed to get it all sorted out in the end. Eventually this arrived in massively flimsy packaging but luckily survived in great shape. Vintage Morricone, the 11+ minute title track is right up there with the best, shivers down the spine time, starts off as sparse abstract crime jazz, with episodes of bass and massively echoey brass - absolute magic.

    And a few singles for a quid apiece:



    Julian's Treatment - Phantom City. Little bit of a crackly copy, but lucky to find this. Great prog, driving bass and slabs of eerie keyboard. And a title to love on the B side, "Alda, Dark Lady Of The Outer Worlds"...



    Aphrodite's Child - Break. Later press of the single, one of my favourite bands. "Babylon" on the B side is frenetic and fab.



    Johnny Johnson - Soul Sahara. This is the B side of "Mr Tambourine Man", pounding soul with plenty of "uh, good god" quotient.

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  • relkeel
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    Melancholic delicate minimal synth Netherlands 1980, likey.





    Bit dog eared but a US Sussex at least.

    Had a nice Catherine Howe with a 1K price ticket in my hands this morning. My offer of £20 was robustly declined.

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  • Sie-Fly
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    on my wants for some time - nice one Mattias .... killer record

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  • Funky Charly
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    Originally posted by Brainbomb View Post


    Never heard of before but looked like it could "be something" so it followed me home and it delivered!

    Moves between jazz, soul, funk, latin with a light hint of artrock. Big band with brass and plenty of electric piano and bits of moog.



    wish my few quids lead to this one. A killer thriller, man!

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  • pencilface
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    Yeah, nice one. that can sell for a few quid i believe

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  • mr sayers
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    ^ Nice find mate.

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  • Brainbomb
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    Never heard of before but looked like it could "be something" so it followed me home and it delivered!

    Moves between jazz, soul, funk, latin with a light hint of artrock. Big band with brass and plenty of electric piano and bits of moog.



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  • Kratgraver
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    Originally posted by mr sayers View Post
    Nice finds there Cees mate, I'm well jealous of De wolfe's.
    Thanks, the Electroshake is the best of all ... all from a thriftstore €1 each, had never been there, was in a small town, found the Electric System / Electroshake in a box which they wanted to throw away that same day. They said they didn't sell records for a long time. That's what we call luck and saving rare records.

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  • mr sayers
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    Nice finds there Cees mate, I'm well jealous of De wolfe's.

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  • Kratgraver
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    A few finds from this week ... from various thrift stores



    One I bought for the cover alone, booklet and boring Jazz record.



    Electronic System - Tchip Tchip, @llmodl1 still have to clean the records , spare, 14 minutes electronic madness.





    Jean-Jacques Perrey ‎– Moog Indigo, well known here, mint UK copy.





    The Las Vegas Story is the third studio album by punk blues group The Gun Club.



    UK press LP on 10" format on Music De Wolfe label. Library Mod Jazz, Psych tracks.



    Short synth tracks, perhaps cool for sampling.



    Speaks for itself.



    Crime Jazz, looks minty, but due to a bad pressing some songs skip .



    Cheese and more cheese, one tracker IMO.





    Clean James Brown Hot Pants.



    I couldn't find real funky trumpets on this one, haves it moments but not essential.



    Disco classic.



    UK press LP on 10" format on Music De Wolfe label. Library Mod Jazz, Psych tracks.







    Link Wray compilation of old songs.

    And two nice classical SXL ...



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