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Collector of the Spark label (not the Stoller US one, the UK one set up by Southern Music in the 60's). Big collector of 60's singles, The Fall and USA 45's. Am starting again after my original large collection was lost in a fire. Some way to go yet.
I am the frontman for a band called "wwolves" and play bass for Burdock and The Telephones.
Any singles you want rid of, if I haven't got it, no matter how naff, in at least VG condition, I will part with 49p for it. PM me.

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Joined:29 May 2012
Country:  UK
Location:East Midlands
Records Added:633
Images Added:1614
Records Edited:226
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Biography Edits:1
Forum Posts:148

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15th Dec 2014
The Smoke

A: My Friend Jack
B: We Can Take It
I'm just listening to the compilation "Beat It - Killer Tracks From The Roaring Sixties" CD1 includes the "Oh what beautiful things he sees" version of the song.
It also has an instrumental studio version of the Birds "Say Those Magic Words" which I've never heard before.

6th Nov 2014
The Baronets [Denmark]

A: Hold On I'm Coming
B: Please Do Something
[YouTube Video]

Great slice of Danish freakbeat

26th Oct 2014
Libre Esprit Moteur

A: Clubman Round-Up
B: Vacances
Cheers for that 7226power.

30th Sep 2014
Frank Wilson

A: Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)
B: Sweeter As The Days Go By
The "fact" is Felonious that nobody could be absolutely 100% certain could they. "Known copies" being the operative phrase....there could be copies in existence that only the owner of them knows about (ie "unknown to anybody else" copies). Nobody can say for sure that it's "bollocks" and I can't say for sure that what I've heard from separate people and read on a website is "not bollocks". :-D

28th Sep 2014
Frank Wilson

A: Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)
B: Sweeter As The Days Go By
from wikipedia (not that I'm saying that's gospel)....

"Approximately 250 demo 45s of the song were pressed in 1965 and scheduled for release on 23 December 1965. Owing to a combination of Wilson deciding that he would rather focus on producing and Motown's Berry Gordy's lukewarm reception of the vocals and wish to prevent his producers from having a successful recording career, the demos were destroyed.[3] At least two, and maybe as many as five,[3] copies survived, one of which fetched £25,742 in May 2009.[4] One is believed to be owned by Berry Gordy himself.[3] "

One of the people who told me the Berry Gordy thing is a close associate of John Manship. It could STILL be bollocks, of course.

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The Telephones

A: Hummingbyrd
B: Amsterdam
PPAJ UKPPAJ0001Dec 20147"0 
Bartholomew Plus Three

A: Taboo
B: Why Oh Why
Canadian American USACA 20019667"0 
The Baronets [Denmark]

A: Hold On I'm Coming
B: Please Do Something
Sonet DenmarkT 723619667"1 
Tommy Kinsman And His Orchestra

Holiday Foxtrots And Waltzes

A: Foxtrots : Vous Qui Passez Sans Me Voir / Les Enfants Du Piree / C'est Si Bon
B: Waltzes : Pigalle / Tulips From Amsterdam / One, Two, Drink Up / At Last, At Last
Fontana UKTFE173501960EP0 
[no artist listed]

Top 6 Flag Mini LP

A1: Where Did Our Love Go
A2: My World
A3: Baby I'm A-Want You
B1: Son Of My Father
B2: Day After Day
B3: have you seen her
Flag UK261972EP0 

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