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  • scriptfliper
    I'll hold that for you,

    do you have a trades list you could send me?
    I don't have a realy big want's list. (this week I'm mostly listening to hip hop, funk, jazz & reggae, if thats any help   )

    If you don't I'll pm you some stuff I'm after.

    this will be my first trade on the board, so bear with me!


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  • LDJB
    Originally posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]David T Walker - Doo Doo (Zea Records, California 1970)
    Instrumental groover from guitar man Walker, Flip is uptempo soulfull number with more guitar
    and snatches of female vocal.
    I'd like this one - what are you after trade wise?

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  • scriptfliper
    started a topic 7's for trade

    7's for trade

    Hi All,
    heres some 45's for you!

    Funk 45's
    The Peppers - Pepper Box (Spark 1973)

    Booker T and the M.G.s - Green Onions (Atlantic)
      Cover is a bit tatty, but vinyl is ok.

    Sam Nesbit - Keep on hustling baby (1975 Right on&#33

    Edwin Starr - H.A.P.P.Y Radio (20th century Fox)
          Disco Funk from 79.

    David T Walker - Doo Doo (Zea Records, California 1970)
           Instrumental groover from guitar man Walker, Flip is uptempo soulfull number with more guitar
             and  snatches of female vocal.

    Soul 45's
    Roberta Flack - Don't make me wait too long b/w God don't like ugly (Atlantic 1979)

    Marlena Shaw - Love has gone away (Blue Note 1976)

    Stevie Wonder - Lately  b/w  If it's magic (motown)

    Barry White - You see the trouble with me (20th Century records)

    Candy and Kisses - The 81 (Lost Nite records, Philadelphia)
       Big philly sounding soul number.

    Murial Day -  nine times out of ten  b/w  Jimbo - do the skunk (soul stop 1978)
        A side sounds like the theme tune to Sesame street, B is funky guitar tune.

    Reggae 45's
    Dennis Brown - Halfway up halfway down  b/w  Weep & moan (A&M)
      Joe Gibbs Production

    Zap-Pow  - This is reggae music (1973 island records)

    Pluto Shervington - D A T  b/w D A T Version (opal records)

    Errol Dunkley - O.K. Fred  (scope 1979)

    Rock 45's
    The Sensational Alex Harvey Band - Sultans Choice (1976 Mountain records)
          Funky rock tune with a little Hammond

    Mo-Dettes -  Paint it Black (1980 Deram)
          Cover of Stones Classic, kina like a new wave indie version?

    Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel - Here Comes the Sun (EMI 1976)

    The Clash - This is Radion Clash (CBS)

    Lazy Face - Shake it to the music (Rasputen Records)
         Funky tune, from germany (well a german record lable anyway) the other side sounds more like a  
         pop record.                                            

    Hip Hop/Disco 45's
    Malcom Mclaren - Double Dutch (charisma records)

    Sly and Robbie - Boops (here to go)  (4th and broadway)

    Other 45's

    Ready Brek Free Flexi  2 Tracks one of which is Johnny Harris - Footprints on the moon (taken from his awesome Movements LP. The other track is Sacha's song by Sacha Distel.) Inbetween you get Noel Edmunds wittering on, Now THAT'S got you excited!!

    Lawrence of Arabia  Origional Soundtrack Recording (colpix Records)

    Puff the Magic Dragon & Who's afraid of the big bad wolf - Mike Sammes Singers

    Mr Pickwick - The little engine that could  

    Mel Brooks - To be or not to be (Hitler raps)

    DX7 Sound sensation (Yamaha Keyboard Flexi).

    Let me know if anything takes your fancy.