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  • Lol, tell him there was a few 'Blue Note' first presses alongside some rare psyche!

    Actually better to keep him hanging but with a glint in your eye!

    Originally posted by cratedigger View Post
    I wish I took a photo of him when I pulled out of the parking lot the other day, after my 45s haul. He had that deer in the headlights look, and no, I was not aiming for him :-)
    I'm sure I left a few for him to pick up. He's bound to ask me about what I found the next time our roads are crossed, but as he didn't see my pile I will possibly not give much details to how many or what.
    Then again, he may be obsessive enough to have asked the people at the charity shop till what and how much I bought.

    When I bought the Pugh debut the other day, the old lady at the till actually said "I don't think I've seen that Pugh record before" :-)
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    • Some top tunes lined up for the weekend

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      Triangle-S/T. Finally got one. Stereo og. Great band, 1st lp.

      Ossie Layne Show - Maddox 2. Live '69 recorded at the Maddox Club Costa Brava. What a night that must have been, steaming live set. The Watt-Roy brothers (home town heroes), giving it plenty, especially Norman. Acid Jazz lifted tracks from this for one of their eps. You get the full monty on the lp. Brilliant!



      Danyel Gerard -Atmosphere. Hands up, I bought this for Sexologie, but hope theres some more interesting stuff on it too.


      45s
      The Vacels - You're My Baby / Hey girl stop leading me on. Driving, garage jangle version of The Reflections tune. You probably don't hear it on the clip, but there's a real charging almost fuzzy bass sound pushing things along. Cheap and easy.


      Crowd + 1- Most Peculiar Things / Circles. Interesting 45 b side from '69. Beefheartian sax wails through a bit of a stomper.


      Steamhammer - Juniors Wailing / Windmill. Great, wasted sounding flip, with flute and fuzz from '69. Tinges of the Doors in places.



      THE AARDVARKS - SUBCONCIOUS TRAIN OF THOUGHT / Unicorn Man. Holy shit! What a monster. Stuttering guitar and drums usher in a fuzz riff which swings like a pair of T Rex gonads, which breaks down into a reflective lysergic middles section, which builds on snakey wah wah guitars, and then Wallop! T. Rex is back slapping your face from side to side.............Think I may have peaked too early in 2016. If I find another 45 as good as this.....I'll bring it up to Byker Groove.
      Everyone tear down your own little wall
      That keeps you from being a part of it all
      Because you've got to be one with the one and all
      You've just got to be close to it all

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      • Lovely stuff Paul.

        I'm waiting for my Aardvarks to drop (fingers crossed and thanks for the tip off).

        That Maddox 2 is great, I never knew there was an EP! I have the first volume too which is also rather good but I think Vol 2 just pips it.
        "..hole...road...middle thereof"

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        • I've been following the tracking number for a few days. Popped home between jobs today and there it was. Pretty quick really, so yours should be hot on it's heels.
          I had a copy which didn't turn up before Christmas if anyone wonders what I'm gibbering on about.
          Small quantity, old shop stock find in US.
          I didn't know there was a volume one Lee (We don't know nuffink!) Worth investigating?
          Everyone tear down your own little wall
          That keeps you from being a part of it all
          Because you've got to be one with the one and all
          You've just got to be close to it all

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          • Originally posted by Willy-Fogg View Post
            I bought this recently and was pleasantly surprised that it is brilliant. Don't let Larry's occasional noodling and even his singing put you off.

            WF

            I ride, decent LP, only thing I've kept by him. OK price too, that's what it kinda goes for.
            "Hangin' out with you two is like partying with Fugazi"

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            • Got me quite interested now, Jazz rock with a psyche edge, right up my alley, no problem with noodling. One for the wants.

              Originally posted by mr sayers View Post
              I ride, decent LP, only thing I've kept by him. OK price too, that's what it kinda goes for.
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              • Back again! Definitely easing up for a while after these

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                Thomas & Richard Frost - She's got love / The word is love.The spoken prelude isn't on the 45. Absolutely gorgeous '69 pop gem. How come this wasn't huge? Skip Battin on bass, Mars Bonfire on guitar! Loving this Best shirt collar I've seen since....well probably 1969!



                Arrival - Out of desperation / Love song. Very cool funky, proggy top side. Groovetastic.



                Inca Bullet Joe - Nothing has changed / She. Dutch, '71. IBJ featured the guitarist & bassist from The Zipps, and the drummer from Heatwave (Dutch variety). True to the times, the overt psych styles were dropped for a darker heavier sound. "Nothing..." has a hint of Sabbath about it, with the guitar way back in the mix. The money for me is She. Scuzzy, "Detroit" guitars give way to a floaty, flutey interlude (which reminds me of that really odd Love Affair bside which I can't think of the name of) before the MC5/Stooges sound returns...."Outside your mind nothing exists"....bless 'em, but who am I to argue?
                Everyone tear down your own little wall
                That keeps you from being a part of it all
                Because you've got to be one with the one and all
                You've just got to be close to it all

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                • Some trades in January




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                  • Popped into my local record store and picked thiese up from his 5 for 20 quid racks:

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                    Stan Getz - Jazz Samba Yep a repress but nice and Minty and a classic. I did used to own a mono of this but it was in terrible condition and was boot saled some years ago. I was running out of choice but thought at least it will get played.

                    Kartick Kumar - Music from India A licensed recording from Polydor made in 1968. Mint Condition and beautiful music will have to find out more about the musicians involved.

                    Musical Atlas - Bengal Not listened yet but looks up my street.

                    Ravi Shankar - Improvisations With Yehudi Menuhin from 1976. I believe they made 3 recordings together and this is the third. I could well be wrong. One of those funny coincidences I manage to grab 2 in the same week thanks to Pitch. Listened to this today really good record.

                    Forever More - Yours Forever More Soft Folksy Psych with a bit of rock thrown in. I got mr shop keep to play me some and decided it sounded allright which it does they even pull out the odd time signatures on side 2. Cover not in the best of condition but the vinyl is Mint. I should probably get someone to colour it in as the cover suggests or perhaps not!

                    I collect vinyl on my travels that doesn't really rock my boat for store credit throughout the year so a pile of Mojo related stuff that's probably easily saleable got me these 3:

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                    Father Herrera and the Trio Jazz Esp - Jazz Goes to Church Minty condition drew me to this but I should have gone for the Max Roach or Roland Kirk I was leaning toward as its pretty much a bore. Lots of talking as its basically a church sermon with a version of 'So What' tagged on. The playing is nice and I'm sure I'll find a use for it (I bloody well will too, if I do this years swap its going on there in some form or another!) but pretty unimpressed. The cover pic shows a flute but the 'father' plays on one track and uses a clarinet. Maybe I was expecting something a bit more out there but its nice enough well played mostly original compositions but with talking over the top of them in a lot of cases.

                    Various - The 49th Minute Technicolour Dream Rubbles Reissue

                    Ananda Shankar - Same Second Pressing from 1971 in Mint condition and a fair price not much else to say everyone knows it.

                    Couple of New records through the Post:

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                    Gary Wilson - Mary Had Brown Hair His 2005 album on Stones Throw bought after a conversation with BradX on another thread.

                    Don Cherry - Complete Communion I had to make the purchase up to 20 quid to get free postage and what better way to do it than with this essential for 11.99.
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                    • I really like that Forever More lp. You Too Could Have A Body Like Mine has an earworm of a guitar riff. Sylvesters Last Voyage is rather lovely too.
                      Everyone tear down your own little wall
                      That keeps you from being a part of it all
                      Because you've got to be one with the one and all
                      You've just got to be close to it all

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                      • Originally posted by amidar View Post

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                        Gary Wilson - Mary Had Brown Hair His 2005 album on Stones Throw bought after a conversation with BradX on another thread.
                        Linda Wants To Be Alone now on permanent repeat in my head for the rest of the day.

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                        • Yep I enjoyed that one, side 2 opener was my fave if memory serves, only a short track. Its certainly going to get some more plays its quite a varied album musically. Thought it might tickle your fancy TB.

                          @bennyboy, haha, sorry mate.

                          Just in case anyone wonders what were on about:

                          Last edited by amidar; 17-01-2016, 01:05 PM. Reason: vid
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                          • Some fantastic finds there treeboy.

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                            • Continente Nero! Sweeeeeeet!

                              Congrats gogo.

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                              • Originally posted by treeboy View Post
                                I really like that Forever More lp. You Too Could Have A Body Like Mine has an earworm of a guitar riff. Sylvesters Last Voyage is rather lovely too.
                                I like "8 O'clock and alls well" from this one... also on a 45!
                                In ((( VISUAL ))) Stereo

                                Eclectic Mud


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