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    An updated trades list for anyone who might be interested.

    Cheers,

    70s KId.

    Library -

    "Scoop" - Peer International 1975 w/John Fiddy, Clive Hicks, Terry Cox etc. Features killer library cop-show funk in the form of Fiddy's "Lame Duck", Cox's "Strange Dream" and Hick's "Cooler". (Please note - this is the US Southern issue).

    "Panoramic Strings/Soft Sounds" - Conroy 1975 w/Ronnie Hazlehurst, Dick Walter. 2 great lounge tunes from Ronnie, with another great lounge tune from Dick, plus the OST-style funkathon that is "Panoramic Pursuit".

    "Classical Concussion" - Francis Monkman KPM 1979. If you like the "Long Good Friday" OST then you'll love this - same sound, same musicians!

    "Painted Desert" - Illustrations Musicale 1980. Loads of weird synth atmospheres on this.

    OST -

    "Electraglide in Blue" - James William Guercio U.A 1973. Ultra-funky OST with "The Chase" featuring a nice, open break. Read the www.blaxploitation.com review!

    45 -

    "Return of The Saint/Funko" - The Saint Orchestra PYE 1978. A-side is great, driving library-style dramatic disco-funk. The A-side is one of Brian Dee's best funk-ups, taken from a Regency Line library LP!

    Easy/Jazz/Funk -

    "The Primeval Rhythm of Life" - Mandingo EMI Studio 2 1973. Classic funky easy-listening LP. (VG+/VG+)

    "The World Of" - Maynard Ferguson CBS 1970. Classic funky big band LP arranged by Keith Mansfield and featuring Kenny Wheeler etc. "L-Dopa", "Chala Nata" - need I say any more?!

    "Jubiaba" - Barbara Thompson MCA 1978. Nice UK jazz-rock LP w/Derek Wadsworth, Bill Le Sage and Trevor Tomkins. Couple of really nice tunes and a 4 bar open drum break on "The Funky Flunky".

    "Haven for Sale" - Alan Haven CBS 1969. Another Keith Mansfield produced LP, featuring a great funky arrangement of "Love for Sale".

    "Rarities" - The Shadows EMI 197?. Features the excellent, funky "Boogatoo" with open drum break, "Scotch on The Socks" and open drum break on "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue".

    "Plays the Music of Gilbert O'Sullivan" - Roy Budd PYE Quad 1973. Great easy-funk LP with some brilliant Roy Budd Fender Rhodes playing on it.

    "Themes for Superheroes" - Geoff Love MFP 1979. Geoff's best LP by a mile. Brilliant versions of "Return of The Saint", "Batman", "The Six Million Dollar Man", "Wonder Woman" etc.

    "Move It! - Roy Budd/Colin Frechter D&M 1976. Nice easy orchestral funk on Budd's arrangements of "Love for Sale" and "Oceans Apart"

    "Visions" - Rogier van Otterloo CBS 1974. ABsolutely beautiful lounge/funk LP with "Munchen '74", "Help!" and "Green in Between".

    "Tropea" - John Tropea JayBoy 1976. Classic US funky jazz LP, including the killer funky cut "Tambourine" with drum break. Straight out of a Dirty Harry film! A few more breaks on this album as well as the beautiful Deodato-arranged moody funk of "Dreams".

    "Instant Coffey" - Dennis Coffey Sussex 1974. Classic US funk LP, featuring a great version of "Enter the Dragon" and th very funky "The Mind Excursion". (Canadian issue)

    "Romance, Fire and Fancy" - Nelson Riddle Intersound 197?. Great lounge and disco-funk from this legendary arranger.

    "The Concert Legrand" - Michel Legrand RCA 1975. Nice lounge LP from Legrand, recorded in the UK with all Britain's heavyweight sessioners.
    Barry Morgan's brother is a driving instructor

  • #2
    yes please, olly -

    "Plays the Music of Gilbert O'Sullivan" - Roy Budd PYE Quad 1973. Great easy-funk LP with some brilliant Roy Budd Fender Rhodes playing on it.

    i'll see what i can come up with for you.

    cheers, w.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by [b
      Quote[/b] (Seventies Kid @ April 12 2004,19:35)]
      Hi mate.

      Whats the cat # on the IM Painted Desert?
      www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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      • #4
        Originally posted by [b
        Quote[/b] (sermad @ April 12 2004,20:51)]Hi mate.

        Whats the cat # on the IM Painted Desert?
        Hi Sermad,

        The cat.no on the IM LP is IM/LP 547. Hope this helps&#33;
        Barry Morgan&#39;s brother is a driving instructor

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        • #5
          Kidda - I&#39;d like to have a punt on that Peer you got... &quot;Scoop&quot; - can I have first refusal...??

          New trades list sending to your email later today &#33;
          If you're looking for a pristine copy then this isn't the one for you. The vinyl looks like someone has polished their brickwork with it and the label has been ruined by some fool with a pen.

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          • #6
            damn, too late once again.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by [b
              Quote[/b] (Sie Vulture @ April 13 2004,08:32)]Kidda - I&#39;d like to have a punt on that Peer you got... &quot;Scoop&quot; - can I have first refusal...??

              New trades list sending to your email later today &#33;
              Sie &amp; Wooly - consider the LPs you have requested put to one side&#33;

              Cheers,

              70s Kid.
              Barry Morgan&#39;s brother is a driving instructor

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              • #8
                Do you still have theese for trade?

                &quot;Panoramic Strings/Soft Sounds&quot; - Conroy 1975 w/Ronnie Hazlehurst, Dick Walter. 2 great lounge tunes from Ronnie, with another great lounge tune from Dick, plus the OST-style funkathon that is &quot;Panoramic Pursuit&quot;.

                &quot;Classical Concussion&quot; - Francis Monkman KPM 1979. If you like the &quot;Long Good Friday&quot; OST then you&#39;ll love this - same sound, same musicians&#33;

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