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  • #91
    Originally posted by Sonovox View Post
    Nicely done, I have still never turned up a copy of 'The Sound Of Sight'!
    You want one ??
    Rockwell
    Banned (DJ Anchovy)

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    • #92
      Some proper October finds from various sources.



      V/A – Recommended Records Sampler
      From a local shop. Great 2LP set compiling various artrock/experimental music. Many artists I know well or have at least heard of like: Faust, Univers Zero, Henry Cow, Art Zoyd, This Heat, The Residents. Even more artists I've never heard of. Lots of good and interesting tracks.

      Frank Sinatra - Watertown
      Only purchase at a somewhat chilly bootsale. Good and moody as mentioned here by a lot of people.

      Elvin Jones ‎– Coalition
      From another local shop. The Japanese tinged opening track Shinjitu sealed the deal - but the rest isn't bad either, there's very cool upfront congas on 5/4 Thing and two Frank Foster penned pieces.

      Gato Barbieri ‎– El Pampero
      Bottom two are from the remains of the half-price sale on the already placed in the cheapiebins section of a shop in a neighbouring town. Live latin and brasil flavoured jazz with Gato's trademark skronky sax. It's good but in the long run may not stand out too much from other records of his that I have.

      J.J. Johnson ‎– Man And Boy OST

      Soul/funky soundtrack with a country/rural vibe. Quite nice.
      "Only one thought left, that makes me come alive,
      and that is you and me side by side, on the licorice ride"

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      • #93
        Originally posted by Sie-Fly View Post
        You want one ??
        PM'd

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        • #94
          Only one purchase from the booter today.

          This was in the middle of a box full of classical. First press.
          Cleared my lugholes out with it this morning good playable condition.

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          • #95
            You're a top man Sie! Credit to the forum and all that stuff! Helped me out when I was a newbie, your garage sounds like a vinyl vulture goldmine!

            Originally posted by Sie-Fly View Post
            You want one ??
            Mixes, Music: https://www.mixcloud.com/amitron_7/

            Music: https://blackmoofou.bandcamp.com/

            Videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL1...bw92ZSjvLMZKlQ

            Latest Infant Project: https://soundcloud.com/bcmf

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            • #96
              Jealous of the 'rec' sampler but more so of the 'Elvin' cracking finds! The Cosby film find looks interesting probably one of the few records with his name on that I'd buy now with all that's going on along with this one:

              http://www.discogs.com/Bill-Cosby-Pr...release/915213

              and this:

              http://www.discogs.com/Bill-Cosby-Pr.../master/237449
              Mixes, Music: https://www.mixcloud.com/amitron_7/

              Music: https://blackmoofou.bandcamp.com/

              Videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL1...bw92ZSjvLMZKlQ

              Latest Infant Project: https://soundcloud.com/bcmf

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              • #97
                Originally posted by amidar View Post
                You're a top man Sie! Credit to the forum and all that stuff! Helped me out when I was a newbie, your garage sounds like a vinyl vulture goldmine!
                It is low on stock now .
                You guys should come and look before it all goes ....
                Rockwell
                Banned (DJ Anchovy)

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                • #98
                  Originally posted by candiman View Post
                  Only one purchase from the booter today.

                  This was in the middle of a box full of classical. First press.
                  Cleared my lugholes out with it this morning good playable condition.


                  Oooff!!! Nice one. That wasn't from Clifton Car Boot. You didn't miss anything there!
                  http://soundcloud.com/anthroprophh

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                  • #99
                    vinyl finds from the past few days



                    I was pleased to find this for a pound, I have his debut and the Innes Book of Records
                    but hadn't come across this one, his 2nd LP before







                    The Tip Shop continues to yield odd irish albums



                    nice 2 x LP of early 90's Trance & Happy Hardcore




                    Mid 70's Brass Bands with a kinda Library vibe





                    I already have this (with the poster) but it's nice to find a spare to pass on,
                    it has interviews with various 70's poppers & deviants with the lovely Sally James










                    phwoar, cor blimey, etc, etc...








                    A couple of singles this week, I saw some guy pull at least a dozen of these Century 21 EP's from
                    the boot of some car, but at least he missed this one, sadly I'm not as sharp as I used to be at 7am








                    I have come across slimming albums by hypnotists before but this is my first proper slimming aid

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                    • A very motley assortment Mr HG - The Irish dance album claims to cater for solo dancers and yet some sort of peculiar replication seems to be taking place in the photograph. One sleeve suggests 'gor blimey luvvaduck' and is on British Records ('Made In Canada') while Neil Innes appears to be loving a British duck. And on the 'Saturday Scene' album, the Gary Glitter interview is followed by the lovely Ms, James singing 'Wake Me When It's Over'. And proof positive that weight loss does not necessarily make you better looking or improve your fashion sense...

                      Here's a few of mine...



                      Harvey Andrews - 'Writer Of Songs' - My brother's a fan of Harvey Andrews, and so somehow I feel behoven to pick his albums up if I see them - they've never really connected with me though. Harvey's a perfectly good singer but it's almost as if the songs are a bit too self-consciously well crafted and safe. Not even the presence of Mattacks, Pegg, Thompson and McTell does much to liven this up, nor even Cozy Powell and Rick Wakeman. I suppose an ode to 'Boothferry Bridge' is a bit of an oddity and 'Soap Opera', the saga of a schoolteacher who puts his hand on a schoolgirl's knee has a belated and unforeseen significance, but not much else and frankly Side One's in a bit of a state....



                      an 'Agnes Guano' styled tryptych...

                      Ronnie Hilton - 'A Windmill In Old Amsterdam' - inevitable 'Junior Choice' memories. I rather like Ronnie's voice though and I recently heard his version of 'The Laughing Gnome' done within a few months of Bowie's and far superior in my opinion...

                      Peter Sellers and Sophia Loren - 'Goodness Gracious Me' - I've probably got this elsewhere, but it was there and it was cheap, so....

                      The Master Singers - 'The Highway Code' - A chamber choir sings the rules of the road - amusing for about ten seconds...



                      Various - '20 Great Guitar Instrumentals' - Part of a series put out by Cascade in the 80's that mixed up genuine oldies with covers by modern acts, thus we get Link Wray alongside the Milkshakes - still exploring this, but 'Nutrocker' by newcomers Shades, done as a distinctly rockabilly guitar tune and a good selection of twangy guitar meets skronky sax tunes are pleasing my ears...





                      The Headboys - 'The Shape Of Things To Come' - remembered this from those old 'Twenty Of Another Kind' Polydor comps and it still sounds good. One of the few new wave/power pop songs that has great piano and keyboards on it - it's grandiosity puts me in mind of the sort of thing Wil Malone was doing on the 'Motherlight' album somehow....



                      Billy McFarland - 'Rathlin Island' - uninspired blind punt which turned out to be very ordinary Country and Irish....

                      this last record...



                      ....isn't a record at all....it's a book!.....hahahaha!...you see?...I fooled you all!......

                      (giantchicken is led away still laughing maniacally and, suitably straightjacketed. is installed in the little green van until next time...)
                      you can hear colours when they rhyme...

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                      • You should listen to the song "Soldier" on that Harvey Andrews LP, at least I think it's on that LP and Discogs is playing up so I can't check... It should bring a lump to your throat, or anybodies.
                        In ((( VISUAL ))) Stereo

                        Eclectic Mud


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                        • Originally posted by someblokecalledfuz View Post
                          You should listen to the song "Soldier" on that Harvey Andrews LP, at least I think it's on that LP and Discogs is playing up so I can't check... It should bring a lump to your throat, or anybodies.
                          I'd also put in a word for the incredible "Hey, Sandy", it starts off with Danny Thompson's bass as the only accompaniment, but after a couple of minutes a fuzz guitar joins in and it sends shivers down my spine as the song progresses. It's about a victim of the Kent State massacre and the vocal performance is totally impassioned.

                          I may have a spare of this lurking somewhere, if you're interested I will have a look. Would be a later press with a crappy plain cover, but I may have moved it on...

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                          • Originally posted by Head Gardener View Post
                            I already have this (with the poster) but it's nice to find a spare to pass on,
                            it has interviews with various 70's poppers & deviants with the lovely Sally James



                            Reused as the cover image for her single Isn't It Good:

                            The Downstairs Lounge
                            http://downstairslounge.wordpress.com/
                            http://soundcloud.com/agnes-guano/

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                            • I always reckoned Sally James was a bit of a grebo.
                              Vardy.....¬°¬°¬°PELIGRO!!!

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                              • cheers for the SJ 7" AG
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