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  6th Apr 2012, 6:11 PM#21  QUOTE  REPORT  
Oakley Boys

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Hawkmarty wrote:
Eyes of Blue "in Fields of Ardath" UK vinyl LP test pressing.
Hi Hawkmarty, this sounds really interesting. New addition? Sounds expensive as well! :cool: Any good?


  6th Apr 2012, 8:16 PM#22  QUOTE  REPORT  
TheJudge

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BoC Maxima by Boards Of Canada.


  6th Apr 2012, 8:37 PM#23  QUOTE  REPORT  
Oakley Boys

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Nuggets II Volume 2 My favourite. West Ham win.. bottled 'real' beers... The Misunderstood... what could be better! :eek:
Up in Cheadle Hulme tomorrow seeing the family. Sorry to all people local to that area from the site as would loved to have gone for a drink..or two.. but it's a flying visit to pick up the grand-children and return to Bonny Essex eek! I'm talking like a Laird already!

Edited by Oakley Boys on 6th Apr 2012, 8:37 PM

  6th Apr 2012, 8:45 PM#24  QUOTE  REPORT  
agnillev

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Chain - I remember when I was young (from YouTube)






  7th Apr 2012, 7:17 PM#25  QUOTE  REPORT  
Hawkmarty

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Oakley Boys wrote:
Hawkmarty wrote:
Eyes of Blue "in Fields of Ardath" UK vinyl LP test pressing.
Hi Hawkmarty, this sounds really interesting. New addition? Sounds expensive as well! :cool: Any good?

Had it for years and years. Same mix as the normal release but white labels with red outline 1 and 2 over the black text.

Edited by moderator on 7th Apr 2012, 7:17 PM

  21st Apr 2012, 7:58 PM#26  QUOTE  REPORT  
Oakley Boys

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Safe As Milk-Captain Beefheart (Marble Arch version- had it for about 40 years now and still sounds brilliant!)


  21st Apr 2012, 8:07 PM#27  QUOTE  REPORT  
TheJudge

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Kraftwerk - Tour de France (the version from The Catalogue). Just been listening to Autobahn from the same set (which is where my musical odyssey really began, aged 12/13 - see my piece here).


  21st Apr 2012, 8:35 PM#28  QUOTE  REPORT  
Oakley Boys

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Interesting choice Judge. I heard a lot of Orb stuff as my son was well into them at the time. The only other album I haven't got that you have listed, in one form or another, is the Penguin Cafe Orchestra.. although I do have the EG sampler 'Angels In The Architecture' which features (big breath!) 'The Sound Of Someone You Love Who's Going Away And It Doesn't Matter'.and 'Prelude And Yodel'.


  21st Apr 2012, 9:14 PM#29  QUOTE  REPORT  
TheJudge

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Simon Jeffes'' son Arthur has revived P.C.O. (now just called Penguin Café); they did a concert at The Proms in 2010. See here for more.

That list of albums is now about six years old, and if I did it again now there'd be a couple of changes.


  21st Apr 2012, 9:21 PM#30  QUOTE  REPORT  
sladesounds

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Been playing the two new Fruits de Mer albums this evening. Head music and a great cover album of the Pretty Things SF Sorrows. Well worth the purchase.


  22nd Apr 2012, 11:17 AM#31  QUOTE  REPORT  
serooskerke2011

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Hi Judge, Seeing your top 5 I wondered if you ever listened to the German group Neu!.


  22nd Apr 2012, 12:40 PM#32  QUOTE  REPORT  
TheJudge

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Yeah, I've heard the three albums they made in their classic period. I have the CD of Neu '75, which I actually bought after watching the YouTube link for UP 35874. Nice contrast of styles between the two sides of the album.


  23rd Apr 2012, 9:48 AM#33  QUOTE  REPORT  
lorangrecords

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I'm just listening to the ELO double album "Out of the blue". UAS 1100 from 1977. A very nice album. Across the border is the top here I think. On vinyl ofcourse.


  23rd Apr 2012, 1:11 PM#34  QUOTE  REPORT  
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'Illya Kuryakin' (making generous use of 'The Theme From A Summer Place') by Ike Bennett & The Crystalites from the Trojan Rocksteady Box Set.


  23rd Apr 2012, 6:11 PM#35  QUOTE  REPORT  
Getalife

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loranrecords, I had planned to play that very album tonight, on the run off side 1+2 Kev + Arthur side 3 Kev side 4 Allen, album with poster of group members, also be playing Time JETLP 236 from 1981 “The Way Life’s Meant To Be”. :thumbsup:

Edited by Getalife on 23rd Apr 2012, 6:11 PM

  23rd Apr 2012, 6:37 PM#36  QUOTE  REPORT  
mrformic

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Wicked mixture on 7", finds of the day:
Chico Buarque De Hollanda - A Banda EP (Found it today, original Brazil press from 1966)
Harmonia - De Luxe
Gretchen - Pretty Girls In Germany
Triumvirath - Ride In The Night
and looking forward to the pile I'll play tonight :)



  23rd Apr 2012, 7:09 PM#37  QUOTE  REPORT  
nboldock

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lorangrecords wrote:
I'm just listening to the ELO double album "Out of the blue". UAS 1100 from 1977. A very nice album. Across the border is the top here I think. On vinyl ofcourse.

I was listening to that very same album - also on vinyl - just last night. Not played it for ages. Quite superb.


  23rd Apr 2012, 7:13 PM#38  QUOTE  REPORT  
nboldock

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TheJudge wrote:
Yeah, I've heard the three albums they made in their classic period. I have the CD of Neu '75, which I actually bought after watching the YouTube link for UP 35874. Nice contrast of styles between the two sides of the album.

Hey Judge. I just had a look-see at your website and noticed the Manning banner on your homepage. Have you heard - this -

I know David a little - I promoted a gig for him last year (and may well do so again next year). A great song.




  23rd Apr 2012, 9:15 PM#39  QUOTE  REPORT  
TheJudge

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nboldock,

Many thanks for that link. I've embedded it on my site now (with credit for the heads-up, natch).

(BTW, I've corrected the title of this thread - it was gettin' on me noives!)


  23rd Apr 2012, 11:27 PM#40  QUOTE  REPORT  
nboldock

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TheJudge wrote:
nboldock,

Many thanks for that link. I've embedded it on my site now (with credit for the heads-up, natch).

(BTW, I've corrected the title of this thread - it was gettin' on me noives!)

Nice one on both counts. David is that rare thing in music - he seeks no record deal (though he has released CDs through one or two indie labels) and is quite happy to give it away - he makes his ENTIRE back catalogue available for free download through Soundclick. Having met the guy a couple of times I can attest to the fact he's a thoroughly nice bloke too - always good to see his music being shared in new places. Sadly he's never released anything on vinyl so we won't be seeing him popping up on 45cat just yet!! (I might suggest it though...)


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