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  • Clear-out time in bristol - new trades list part 1

    Thought I'd chuck this up to the top again as there are MORE ADDED!!!

    Martin Circus 'En Direct du Rock'n'Roll Circus' (Pop Music)
    first lp from top French group, 1969/70.

    Heads of the Family 'Play and Sing' (Alshire) ON HOLD
    funky funky funky exploito-rock - 'Troubled People', 'It's your thing'

    Copperpenny (RCA)
    good psych-pop with one long freakout track

    Roy Phillips 'Spanish Sun' (PVK)
    One for Peddlers completists

    Peter Howell and the Radiophonic Workshop 'Through a Glass Darkly' (BBC)
    long tracks, cosmic synths...

    Giorgio 'Son of My Father' (Dunhill)  ON HOLD
    'Tears' etc...

    Myrth 'same' (RCA)
    good funky rock lp, drums too.

    Last Words 'same' (ATCO)
    60's pop with slight garage overtones

    Ruth Brown 'The Real...' (Cobblestone)
    Veteran rhythm and blues singer goes semi-funky from 1972.
    Johnny Pate, Bernard Purdie, Ron Carter...

    Malachi 'Holy Music' (Verve)
    out-there Eastern stuff from 1966. Bit tatty, this one.


    Margaret Singara 'Tribal Fence' (Casablanca) ON HOLD
    South African singer with great version of 'Why Did You Do It?'

    Georgie Fame 'Bonnie and Clyde' (Embassy)
    'Somebody Stole My Thunder', 'Seventh Son' etc..

    Louis Armstrong and Friends (Phillips)  ON HOLD
    with 'The Creator has a Masterplan' featuring Leon Thomas

    HERE'S SOME MORE:

    Cooley High Soundtrack (Tamla Motown)
    UBB break track 'Two Pigs and a Hog' ON HOLD

    Claude Denjean 'Open Circuit' (Decca Phase 4)
    'Kiss This'

    Claude Denjean 'Moog' (Decca Phase 4)
    'Venus' and great break on 'Na Na Hey Hey'

    Ellen McIlwaine 'We the People' (Polydor)
    folk-funk 'Jimmy Jean'

    Egg 'The Polite Force' (Deram) ON HOLD
    prog/experimental - slightly foxed sleeve.


    Sweet Salvation  (Elektra 1972)
    with the eight minute version of 'Rock Steady'

    Don Ellis 'Electric Bath' (CBS)
    big band funky jazz 'Turkish Bath' etc.

    Julie Felix 'Flowers' (Fontana 1967)
    folk produced and arranged by John Cameron

    Caravan 'Cunning Stunts' (Decca 1975)
    beautiful copy - and a break too.

    Czerwone Gitary 'Rytm Ziemi' (Muza)
    three breaks, very funky Polish rock, but battered.

    Terry Reid 'Bang, Bang, You're Terry Reid' (US Epic)
    10 minute 'Season of the Witch' etc..

    Ruby Jones 'same' (Curtom)
    Great cover of 'Tightrope' and 'Stone Junkie' - excellent female vocal funky rock on Curtis's label. Water damaged sleeve though.

    Jay Berliner 'Bananas are not created equal' (Mainstream UK)
    funk/jazz guitarist w/ Ray Barretto, Cornell Dupree...'Stickball' etc..

    Margaret Singana 'Lady Africa' (Jo'Burg South African)
    'Lean on Me' 'Band of Gold'

    Frank Wess 'Flute of the Loom' (Enterprise)
    'Wade in the Water' etc.

    Focus 'Moving Waves' (Sire US)
    funky prog with yodelling 'Hocus Pocus' etc.

    Milt Matthews Inc.  (Commonwealth United) ON HOLD
    beautiful folk-soul-funk 'It Ain't Your Fault'  etc..

    Fox 'Tails of Illusion' (GTO 1975)
    folky pop-rock with Noosha on vocals. Better than Moloko.

    Blooblo 'Reggae Party Time' (Contour) ON HOLD
    Vinyl Vulture favourite for 'Superstition'

    The Flying Machine (Janus)
    beautiful copy of fairly dull pop album. I think I was thinking of the other band with the same name when I bought it.

    Aesop's Fables 'In due time...' (Cadet-Concept)
    Good psychy brass rock with breaks. Immeasurably better than their other lp.

    Jacques Louissier 'Pulsion' (CBS 1979)
    Drums all over it. And piano, obviously. ON HOLD

    AND SOME MORE:

    John Schroeder 'The Dolly Catcher' (Venezuelan Pye)
    'Explosive Corrosive Joseph' etc...

    The Roundtable 'Spinning Wheel' (Jay Boy - unplayed)
    Breaks, club tunes, easy lounge funk...

    Zapatta Schmidt 'It's Going to Get You' (President - unplayed)
    superb UK-only psych/afro-funk from Eddy Grant
    .
    Bing and the Birds 'Beat Party to the Classics' (Saga)

    Peddlers 'The Fantastic' (Fontana)

    Stan Butcher, His Birds and Brass (CBS) Barbara Moore

    AND SOME MORE:
    John Williams - Earthquake soundtrack (MCA UK)

    John Williams - Towering Inferno soundtrack (Warner Brothers UK)

    Various - The World of TV Themes (Decca UK)
    with Spencer Davis Group 'Magpie theme'

    Joe Harnell - Piano Hits (CBS UK)
    with twisted version of 'The In Crowd' - "I've added some really strong dissonances as a kind of salute to Bela Bartok"

    Gil Evans - live at the Royal Festival Hall London 1978 (RCA UK)

    Gil Evans - There Comes A Time (RCA 1976 UK)

    (both Gil Evans lps are excellent if you like fusion-y big band jazz with Hendrix covers and mad stuff as well...)

    Charles Earland - Intensity (Prestige French)
    French copy - four long cuts (including the great 'Happy Cause I'm Going Home&#39 w/big horn section, fuzz guitar, congas...accidentally bought it twice!

    Essra Mohawk 'Essra' (Private Stock UK)
    Female singer-songwriter with the rather lovely 'Summersong' and some big ol' session names (Jeremy Steig, Eric Gale, Bernard Purdie etc..). 1977

    Peters and Lee 'By Your Side' (Phillips UK)
    reasonable version of 'She's About a Mover' on an otherwise completely worthless album.

    Thunderbirds 'Lady Penelope Investigates' (Century 21 UK)
    rare and sampletastic but tatty.

    Various 'hits of BBC and Alaska volume 2' (Muza Polish)
    w/two Astra Nova Orchestra cuts, including 'Soul Sleeper', classic with heavy break and strings

    Various 'The best of British jazz-funk volume 2' (Beggars Banquet UK)
    what it says on the tin - Incognito, Direct Drive, Morrissey Mullen, Freeez etc. 12" versions, 1982 comp.

    Various 'Galloping Home - 14 Top TV Themes' (Polydor UK)
    features Bullet 'Hanged Man', Area Code 615 'Stone Fox Chase', John Schroeder 'Midweek Theme', John Barry 'The Adventurer' etc..

    The Ventures 'The Horse' (Liberty - German)
    One of the better Ventures LPs - 'The Horse', Here Comes the Judge', Licking Stick' etc..

    Return to Forever 'Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy' (Polydor US)
    classic fusion from 1973 - Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke, Bill Connors, Lenny White

    Bill Cosby 'Is not himself..rat own rat own rat own' (Capitol US)
    Hilarious! Funky!

    Drum Drops Volume 1 (Music Tree)
    Drums and spoken stuff

    Willie Colon 'Contrabando' (Sonografica)
    from 1986

    Jeff St John's Copperwine 'Joint Effort' (Spin AUS)
    Great, raer and funky rock LP from 1969 with covers of 'Cloud 9' and 'Sing a Simple Song'...really nice break on 'You don't have to listen' too. VG+ copy, problem on one track.

    Mike Leander 'Cool drinks and warm company' (Decca Phase 4 UK)
    1966....nice!

    Tony Hatch Sound 'Downtown with...' (Marble Arch UK)
    'Man Alive', 'Downtown' etc...

    Ray Martin 'Favourite TV Themes' (Decca UK)
    'Match of the Day', 'Crossroads', Wheelbase' etc..

    Harry James Big Band (Rediffusion UK)
    'Green Onions', 'Night Train' etc.

    Bob Jung 'Jung! The Big Band Syndrome' (Command US)
    Amazing pop-art thick Command sleeve, slightly hip old-school big band stuff from 1969...'Spooky', 'Tripsville '69' etc...





    We know when a mate buys it for you too.

  • #2
    Heads of the Family 'Play and Sing' (Alshire)
    funky funky funky exploito-rock - 'Troubled People', 'It's your thing'

    Louis Armstrong and Friends (Phillips)
    with 'The Creator has a Masterplan' featuring Leon Thomas

    Yes mate! You about for a chat on the dog 'n' bone tomorrow?
    Let him have the lot for £2.00 - we were only going to throw 'em out anyway...

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    • #3
      I'd be intrested in the Giorgio, send me a PM and hopefully we can sort something out.
      working together for better bass and treble

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      • #4
        Can I have a pop at these two? I'll get a trade list over to you...

        Barbara and Ernie 'Prelude to....' (Cotillion)
        lovely folk-funk/psych album with top jazz sessioners

        The Hellers 'Singers...Talkers...Players...Swingers  and Doers' (Command)
        amazing and out-there, includes the infamous 'story of my life' Grandmaster Flash sample.
        There MUST be a Hymns-A-Swingin' in this box...

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        • #5
          more added above!
          We know when a mate buys it for you too.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by [b
            Quote[/b] (john stapleton @ Feb. 28 2004,15:27)]
            Jacques Louissier 'Pulsion' (CBS 1979)
            Barbara and Ernie 'Prelude to....' (Cotillion)

            Interested in those two please John...

            peace.

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            • #7
              I'm afraid Mr Divine has first dibs on the Barbara and Ernie, but send me a list....
              We know when a mate buys it for you too.

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              • #8
                I'm afraid Mr Divine has first dibs on the Barbara and Ernie, but send me a list....
                We know when a mate buys it for you too.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by [b
                  Quote[/b] (john stapleton @ Feb. 29 2004,19:02)]I'm afraid Mr Divine has first dibs on the Barbara and Ernie, but send me a list....
                  Oh! my bad. that goes to show you shouldn't reply till you've read the other replies...

                  I'll get you a list soon!

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                  • #10
                    Hi John,

                    is the Copperpenny mainly instrumental??

                    David
                    God bless Fatso.

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                    • #11
                      I'm interested in that Cooley Hight OST
                      I'll send you a PM

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                      • #12
                        John - I'm interested in:

                        Junior Parker 'Love ain't nothing but a business goin' on' (Groove Merchant)
                        'Taxman', 'Tomorrow Never Knows'

                        Los Yaki 'Vuelve el Sonido Agresivo' (Capitol Latino / Mexico)
                        Mexican psych/rock/pop 'Hair' 'Spinning Wheel' 'Hush' 'Gimme Some Lovin' 'Birthday' etc. Pretty good - sung in Spanish.

                        Are you still interested in some of those Reggae 45's?
                        "..hole...road...middle thereof"

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by [b
                          Quote[/b] (LDJB @ Mar. 01 2004,10:20)]Are you still interested in some of those Reggae 45's?
                          I reckon so - can you send me a PM and let me know what's there...
                          We know when a mate buys it for you too.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by [b
                            Quote[/b] (john stapleton @ Feb. 28 2004,15:27)]Junior Parker 'Love ain't nothing but a business goin' on' (Groove Merchant)
                            'Taxman', 'Tomorrow Never Knows'
                            There's a 45 of Taxman that I've been looking for, for over 8 years! Can't be rare, not on that label...

                            If anyone knows of an available copy, or would like to trade theirs, do let me know!
                            http://wakeupanddie.com
                            http://weirdgearnyc.com
                            http://makethingsmatter.com

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                            • #15
                              more added on the list.....
                              We know when a mate buys it for you too.

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