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 Post subject: Re: Recent Vinyl Finds
PostPosted: Sun Jun 13, 2021 8:46 am 
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Mixed blessings at the car boots today, the early one on a local football field got pretty busy by 8am with cars still coming in and records actually coming out.

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Nice original pressings for a pound a pop, shame the James Taylor was stereo as I know the mono is pretty scarce.


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A slightly damaged sleeve didn't deter me from this budget issue especially as the vinyl was super clean.


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In the same £2 box as Muddy was a well cheese & biscuity Sandy album.



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Anytime of year is good to find this seasonally name changed offering from The Boys - the Xmas card insert was a nice bonus!

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A trip over towards Perth to what is apparently Scotland's LARGEST CAR BOOT and where a lot of folk have semi-permanent stalls
where they store their crap stuff in shipping containers (!?!) and where the talk of the tables was that there had been a stabbing here last week, ho hum...

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I took a pound punt on this shiny labelled bootleg by Leon Russell (quality turns out to be thankfully pretty good)
I stood behind a bloke who pulled all the Queen albums out of the box this was in, but he mysteriously left this in it as well as the LP below.

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It was the mention of Current 93 on the cover and the odd tracklisting that caught my little eye.

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Only found a couple of 7"s today but they were cheap & cheerful.

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 Post subject: Re: Recent Vinyl Finds
PostPosted: Wed Jul 14, 2021 7:59 am 
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I have a 7" single by Red Rum but this is a mid 70's LP about a lovely horse called Mill Reef, there is a statue of him in America.

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Another LP from the mid 70's, this is not a horse or even a Centaur but a scary Snake Lady!





At a local car boot a bloke turned up with boxes of stuff a fiver a go, I found all sortsa things but these four were the pick of the bunch.

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pinky Mott.

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tri-riverboat Reprise.

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2 x clear Global Communication.

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red OST.





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Not too surprisingly I always seem to come across Scottish records, this was #213 of 550 copies.



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Pretty (simple) sleeve for an album of choral music titled Songs of The Sea.




the odd few singles

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Folk EP by a band called Nashville Skyline who were quite well known around the area where I live in the late 70's.

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2 x classic TV themes by Laurie Johnson.

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Debut EP from the traditional Irish folk family.


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I love that description at the bottom of the sleeve, the mic was in Japan for this one.


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 Post subject: Re: Recent Vinyl Finds
PostPosted: Thu Jul 29, 2021 11:57 am 
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I picked up a great collection of 60's & 70's folk & blues vinyl earlier in the week, a lot of Elektra, Transatlantic as well as the complete Ry Cooder back cat.
These original album catalogs from 1966 were in 2 of them and they are a snapshot in time before the heady sounds to come a year later like Love, The Doors etc.

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 Post subject: Re: Recent Vinyl Finds
PostPosted: Wed Aug 04, 2021 3:52 pm 
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I've been quite lucky these past few weeks getting in commission bids at auctions on boxes of LP's and leaving it to fate whether I won them or not.
Thankfully some gems have turned up most notably a very unusual edition of Sgt Pepper which I'd not seen before along with a collection of Blues & Folk albums.

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From the front it looks like any other copy of The Beatles classic but it turned out this one was the censored issue pressed in Singapore in 1970.
Because of supposed drug references in 3 tracks: A Day In The Life "went upstairs and had a smoke" and Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds LSD I imagine
and of course "I get high..." With a Little Help From My Friends these were removed and replaced by songs from Magical Mystery Tour and they still mis-spelt I Am The Walrus, incredible!

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These are a a few of the Blues albums, it was a big box which I am still digging through.

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A couple of cheeky albums I couldn't leave in a £1 box at a car boot sale

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gotta love that sticker!

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I have a couple of Blowfly's other 12 inchers but not come across this one before, arf!

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some cheap seven inches

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Discovered this lovely tune on this EP a close cousin of his classic Midnight, The Stars & You





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A delightful folk tune singing the virtues of cigarettes in an eastern European style.


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No proper sleeve but great spooky sound FX from electronic wizard Frederick Charles Judd.


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Mid 70's Indian EP from a Birmingham based duo which I picked up as it had a track called Fish 'n' Chips


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Bizarre 7" by the diminutive comedian which features the talents of Peter Gabriel, Robert Fripp, Phil Collins and Sandy Denny among others!



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 Post subject: Re: Recent Vinyl Finds
PostPosted: Sat Aug 14, 2021 10:20 am 
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I'm still going through a bunch of LP's I won in an auction 2 weeks ago but these 7"s were car boot finds, there were more common ones too but these ones probably less so.

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50p flexis - Alan Freeman's Pop Pickers was a competition promotion run by Littlewoods and still had the entry insert. The tunes "Fluff" wanted you to guess included Gary Numan, The Police and UB40 so it wasn't as hard as Radio 2's Popmaster. The Robert Maxwell flexi is one I have already but the condition of this one is better, the other had a kink in it or maybe it was just a bit crooked.

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Another dodgy geezer (Jonathan King) was behind the hard sell of this awful single by a harmony group who sound like a really crap version of Darts.

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This slightly better (upper class) harmony group recorded this tune to advise listeners how to change their BBC radio dials in 1978.






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I have had a copy of this lovely single for years but had never found the picture sleeve until now.


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Most copies of this single are usually found signed so this must be a rare un-signed copy, it does have the scarce sleeve stamp though!



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Does it get any more niche than a youth choir from Sheffield who happen to play squash and sing for Jesus? I don't think so.



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Released in 1968 and still sung by fans home and away today.





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Best find of the week was probably this minty US issue in a great original sleeve.





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Although running it a close second was this EP of sound FX of ghosts and space ships.


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 Post subject: Re: Recent Vinyl Finds
PostPosted: Mon Aug 16, 2021 2:27 pm 
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Some more of the folk and blues collection I bought recently that have made it to my deck over the weekend.

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US stereo copy of their debut.


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early 60's UK compilation


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late 60's UK compilation


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UK 10" from '63


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UK budget issue from the early 60's


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first US pressing of a live album from '61


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rare solo debut by Irish folk singer Geraldine McKeever


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unofficial UK issue released in '78 of a live recording in '65


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 Post subject: Re: Recent Vinyl Finds
PostPosted: Sun Sep 05, 2021 9:37 am 
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Car booty vinyl finds from sunny central Scotland.


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I'd always known Billy Connolly was one half of this duo but this chap with The Big Yin is actually Tam Harvey who left soon after Gerry Rafferty joined.




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A slightly less successful duo were father and daughter Larry & Shirley Peterson, the 7 years old yodels her way through the whole album while dad strums and grins.




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I have the 1st UK issue with the T.Rex poster enclosed sticker but had not seen this Hot Car mag one before (probably as the previous owner stuck it on) but it looks good though!






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Another great sticker adorns this compilation from 1970 featuring Marc's old mate and an eclectic selection of friends.






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I picked this up for the cover really and because it has a version of Birthday on it which isn't the most common of Beatles covers.



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In the same box were this nice pair of 70's Bond soundtracks.



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The only 7" I picked up today was this curio from 1963.

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I was surprised to see this unusual Italian folk and poetry album along with it's hardback book in a pound box, 2 diggers ignored it before I got my grubby mitts on it,
I have not listened to it yet so maybe they knew something I didn't...

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 Post subject: Re: Recent Vinyl Finds
PostPosted: Fri Sep 10, 2021 2:10 pm 
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blue 10" flexi circa 1930 released to promote a movie on British Lion Films

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the audio is so poor I couldn't even make out what film it was meant to be promoting


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