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    Bit of a tat clearout I'm afraid, not up to the standard of some of the stuff offered here, but thought I'd offer them here first...

    Usual deal, no lurkers, etc. Please reply on thread.
    2nd class UK postage is about 2.80 I think for up to 2kg


    Stockhausen - HOLD
    Ives (only VG)
    Faure Requiem on Argo - HOLD
    Prokofiev, Karel Ancerl on Supraphon - HOLD
    - the last two are both great, bought twice by mistake



    Caravanserei and Iron Butterfly are - later reissues
    Ananta - "Songs of the Future" - same group that did that Hare Krishna "Night And Daydream". Prog. Was hoping for more synths with that title.



    Hot Butter
    Killer Watts
    Brian Sharp - HOLD
    Bostok Show Band - SRT
    Big Jim H "Go"
    Denny Wright "Shout About Pepsi"



    Comedians OST - Graham Greene film
    Laurie Johnson - conducting orchestral versions of various soundtracks - HOLD
    Les Baxter - South Pacific, nice UK issue - HOLD
    Count Basie - Afrique - later European issue
    Cleo Laine - Shakespeare and All That Jazz - Contour issue. Clean vinyl, but slight mouse chewing bottom right corner
    Meet Mr Smith - strange obscure mid 70s nostalgia thing, someone singing old time songs - cool Magritte style sleeve - HOLD



    Stu Stevens - includes 8x10" photo for your wall!
    Skywegians - HOLD
    Bryan Gilbert on Pilgrim - HOLD
    Kentucky Breakdown on Avenue
    Merle Haggard
    Diana Trask - From the Heart - late 60s Nashville on Dot



    Brass Construction - tatty sleeve, vinyl fine - includes "Movin'"
    steel drum version of Barry White "Love's Theme" - HOLD
    Carlton - 90s Smith & Mighty produced - he was one of the singers on Bomb The Bass "Clear" album
    Clint Eastwood & General Saint - Two Bad DJ - HOLD
    Carol Douglas - VG
    Betty Wright - HOLD
    Capitol DJ Promo soul comp - includes Inner Circle, Maze, Freda Payne, Nancy Wilson https://www.discogs.com/Various-Capi...release/608555
    Four Tops live - includes "Are You Man Enough"



    Trini Lopez - great uptempo version of "Fever" - brazilian issue
    Sandy Nelson - not a bad comp, includes most of the well known beaty ones, plus "Big Noise From The Jungle" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Xd92Z2h17I
    Elvis On Stage - Polk Salad Annie etc
    Elvis - Little Less Conversation etc



    Tundra "Biome" - ambient/electronica on Cup Of Tea
    Husky Rescue - Night Light Of Tomorrow / Good Man 10" (was only on CD not LP)
    Topic "Flash Company" 3 traditional singers
    Mohsen Raies - tunisian singer - HOLD
    Spike Marlin - Twistin' - budget label instro rock'n'roll - HOLD
    Lake - II - german wannabe Californian rockers - HOLD
    Barbra Streisand and Other Instruments - accompanied in parts by various world percussion, household appliances, electronic effects, etc
    Classic Rock - orchestra versions
    Derek And Clive
    lesser seen Bert Kaempfert
    Last edited by bongolia; 15-03-2016, 10:35 AM.

  • #2
    Fun list!

    I'd love the classical boys if not taken already:

    Stockhausen

    Faure Requiem on Argo

    Prokofiev, Karel Ancerl on Supraphon

    Someone should Defo grab that BRIAN SHARP - couple of mad Hammond tunes on there.
    Muchos mixes <<<<

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    • #3
      those 3 classical are yours

      will have to re-check that Brian Sharp! remember it being a bit of a vanity project and wishing he'd let the bass and drums have more of a turn (unless i'm confusing it with another and it's bass pedals and rhythm box on this one)

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      • #4
        Boston Band Show please.
        Dave Lee Roth, I Too Am Running With This Devil Of Which You Speak (sic)

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        • #5
          Someone should grab the Skywegians - excellent rockin' C&W and the Brian Sharp has a pretty good version of light my fire on it if memory serves...
          In ((( VISUAL ))) Stereo

          Eclectic Mud


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          • #6
            Originally posted by someblokecalledfuz View Post
            Someone should grab the Skywegians - excellent rockin' C&W and the Brian Sharp has a pretty good version of light my fire on it if memory serves...
            Seconded. Really great LP.

            Could I grab

            Mohser Raies - skinny tunisian
            Meet Mr Smith - strange obscure mid 70s nostalgia thing, someone singing old time songs - cool Magritte style sleeve
            Les Baxter - South Pacific, nice UK issue
            & the Brian Sharp if you don't want it... thanks!
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            • #7
              Originally posted by eine View Post
              Seconded. Really great LP.

              Could I grab

              Mohser Raies - skinny tunisian
              Meet Mr Smith - strange obscure mid 70s nostalgia thing, someone singing old time songs - cool Magritte style sleeve
              Les Baxter - South Pacific, nice UK issue
              & the Brian Sharp if you don't want it... thanks!

              was about to write something like "skinny tunisian peter serafoniwicz in an amazing sparkly suit", but deleted most of the line, what was left didn't really make sense!
              anyway, it's Mohsen Raies, all vocal tracks from memory.

              forgot to mention that the Les Baxter is stereo, which is nice - these UK Capitol issues are often only mono.

              Brian Sharp is yours

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Milesago View Post
                Boston Band Show please.

                Bostok Band

                and it's yours!

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                • #9
                  also just noticed the Stu Stevens has an 8x10" photo inside, blue safari suit and medallion

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                  • #10
                    Could I grab the 'Iron Butterfly' and I'll give the 'Skyweigians' a go and the 'harmonites' if its not gone please. Please dont send me the loner I already own a posterless version currently in the to be ripped box and I cant remember why, must be something on it that grabbed me.
                    Last edited by amidar; 06-03-2016, 05:39 PM. Reason: please
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                    • #11
                      yep, no problem

                      just had another listen to old Stu Stevens. This was my first of his that I've heard. There's a couple of pretty good songs (Had To Run and Miami Sunset), and the whole of side 2 isn't too bad a listen I suppose (I survived, anyway). His voice isn't bad but occasionally goes a bit wrong. Probably have worse records by actual US artists on proper labels, I'm just biased against UK attempts at country, plus all the "Stu Stevens International Fan Club" etc on the sleeve is a bit unnecessary

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                      • #12
                        Cheers Bongolia your'e a gent! Seems my spider senses were on the right track then, not a keeper but maybe something for a future mix.
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                        • #13
                          Could I have 'First Men In The Moon', the Betty Wright and Lake II please.

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                          • #14
                            of course! First Men In the Moon has a tatty sleeve - it's an ex-library copy, but record is fine

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by bongolia View Post
                              Bostok Band

                              and it's yours!
                              Ah, my mistake, sorry, thought it was Boston.
                              I'll return this one to the herd.
                              So it's up for grabs again!
                              Dave Lee Roth, I Too Am Running With This Devil Of Which You Speak (sic)

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