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    Well, sorting through (another) enormous heap of stuff to head for ebay, or down to the MVE in London next weekend, so If anything grabs your interest, let me know before Friday! I've attempted to put them into categories for once, too.

    EDIT: 25/07/04 - all but the following now gone (or up on the evil 'bay).

    Soul/Disco/Funk/Afro etc
    Various: 'British Motown Chartbusters' (Motown)
    LeBron Brothers: 'Brother' (Cotique) [nice latin/boogaloo set, sleeve pretty knackered but vinyl fine]

    Jazz
    Herb Ellis & Freddie Green: 'Rhythm Willie' (Concord Jazz)
    Keith Jarrett: 'Bop-Be' (ABC/Impulse)
    Les Swingle Singers: 'Jazz Sebastien Bach' (Philips)

    Folk/Country
    Fairport Convention: 'What We Did On Our Holidays' (Island, 1969) [pink rim]
    Dave Loggins: 'Personal Belongings' (Vanguard) [Bergen White produced Nashville set]
    Country Opera: 'Legend Of Johnny Brown' (Tower)
    The Stampeders: 'Sweet City Woman' (Bell) [nice country funk number 'Gator Road']
    Alf Proysen: 'Du Ska Fa En Dag i Mara' (Fontana, 1971) [2xLP trad Norwegian folk]

    OST:
    Piero Piccioni: 'Chronicle Of A Death Foretold' (Virgin, 1987)
    Various Artists: 'Paramount Film Music' (Paramount, 1970)

    Latin/Exotica/Lounge
    Ron Savage: 'Freewheelin'' (Polydor, 1974) ['Space Love/Lunar Landing']
    Various: Tribute To Burt Bacharach (A&M) [Roger Nicols, Carpenters, Sergio Mendes etc etc]
    Johnny Scott/Original Brasso Band: 'Bright As Brass' (Studio 2) ['Aquarius' and the rest]
    Los Tropicales: The Rhythms Of Rio (Rediffusion Gold Star, 1975)
    Sid Phillips & His Band: Rhythm Is Our Business (Fontana, 1970)

    Pop Rock & Beat
    The Rascals: 'Once Upon A Dream' (Atlantic)
    Claudine Longet: 'Claudine' (A&M, 1967)
    Tommy Roe: 'We Can Make Music' (ABC/Dunhill, 1969)
    Chris Montez: 'The More I See You - Call Me' (Pye)
    The Archies: 'Best Of The Archies' (RCA Camden, 1971)
    Francoise Hardy: 'Francoise Mon Amour' (Marble Arch)

    Other
    Ernest & Rosemary Burden: 'My Very Own ABC Record' (MFP Merry Go Round)
    Tom Shelley: 'Yahweh Rejoices: New Songs For The People Of Jesus To Sing' (Alba House Communications, 1971)
    Pete Colley: 'Hammond Spectacular' (Polydor 3xLP box)

    12" 45s
    Pigbag: 'Getting Up/Giggling Mud/Go Cat' (Y 12", 1982)
    Pigbag: 'Sunny Day/Whoops/Elephants Wish To Become Nimble' (Y 12", 1981)
    a giant steam-powered turntable in warwickshire plays six foot cement recordings of Prince Albert's speeches to the rejoicing populace

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    Stevie Wonder: 'Journey Through The Secret Life Of Plants' (Motown)
    Stevie Wonder: Talking Book (Motown)
    Eric Winstone & Orchestra: 'Supersonic Sounds' (Avenue)
    Dave & Toni Arthur: Sing A Story (Decca, 1977)

    wouldn't mind these, wayne. we'll sort something out!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by [b
      Quote[/b] (wayne @ July 17 2004,15:07)]JJ Shashko & Band With Harold Berman: 'Sax With A Beat'(Music For Your Home)

      Cyril Ornadel/Mike Sammes Singers: Ann Veronica (CBS, 1969

      Keith Roberts: Phil The Fluter (Fontana, 1969)

      Spike Jones In Stereo: 'Spooktacular In Screaming Sound' (Warner Bros, 1959)

      The Krankies: 'Two Sides Of The Krankies' (Mawson & Wareham)
      If nobody else wants 'em - I'll try and sort yer out summat.

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      • #4
        I was about to bid on a copy of Thelma Houston/Jimmy Webb: 'Sunshower' on ebay so can I stick my name on this?
        Enthusiastic vagueness passes for scholarship in the twilight world of the disc-jockey.

        John Peel

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        • #5
          Originally posted by [b
          Quote[/b] (wayne @ July 17 2004,15:07)]Thelma Houston/Jimmy Webb: 'Sunshower' (Probe, 1969)
          Bongos Ikwue: 'Lagos' (EMI Nigeria) [signed - inc 'Woman Is The Devil' from Strut Nigeria 70 comp]
          Bongos Ikwue: 'Ihotu' (EMI Nigeria) [signed]
          Bongos & The Groovies: 'Something Good' (EMI Nigeria) Love: 'False Start' (Blue Thumb)
          Tom Shelley: 'Yahweh Rejoices: New Songs For The People Of Jesus To Sing' (Alba House Communications, 1971)
          Mr Bloe: 'Groovin' ith Mr Bloe/Sinful' (DJM)
          Hey Wayne

          Having barely made it back from the Post Office with the latest shipment can I express my interest in all of these. Not sure about the Tom Shelley though - whats it actually like. I have enough crappy folk-mass type things.

          Mark
          Enthusiastic vagueness passes for scholarship in the twilight world of the disc-jockey.

          John Peel

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