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Just hit 60.. Been a collector of mainly 60s records since 1968. Used to DJ quite a bit late sixties to mid seventies. Collect mainly UK single releases. You''ll find several hundred videos of my music on YouTube under the name of jimmytheferret.

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Joined:19 Dec 2011
Country:  UK
Records Added:57
Images Added:626
Records Edited:92
Images Edited:6
Biography Edits:0
Forum Posts:143

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22nd May 2015
Sidney Elliott

A: Little Boy Blue
B: Calypso Woman
This is how it should sound…

[YouTube Video]

22nd May 2015
Sidney Elliott

A: Little Boy Blue
B: Calypso Woman
That's my YouTube video that you've found Charlie, but for some reason it's playing much faster than it actually is. How strange. It sounds like he's found a stash of helium. It seems that some other people have copied my video and claimed it as theirs, so I'll get them removed.

Most of the comments I get on this video seem to come from Brazil, so it must have been popular there when it came out.

21st Feb 2015
Don Spencer

A: Fireball
B: I'm All Alone Again
I think we're talking about a different Adrian, Henry29. The one I know is still around the Dudley area in the midlands and I was talking to him only a few months ago. I am of the opinion that he has been fooled by this apparently fake picture sleeve just as much as the final purchaser.

20th Feb 2015
Don Spencer

A: Fireball
B: I'm All Alone Again
I actually know the man who sold this record, a chap by the name of Adrian. He used to have a record shop in Brierley Hill in the West Midlands some years ago, but I think he just deals from home nowadays. I don't think of him as the sort of guy who would knowingly sell a fake like this appears to be.

Having looked at the scans on his eBay listing, it's not too clear but it also looks like on the back cover at the bottom left, the word Gramophone is spelt Gramaphone, so one more spelling error by all accounts.

22nd Dec 2014
Etta James And Sugar Pie DeSanto

A: In The Basement - Pt. 1
B: In The Basement - Pt. 2
And here's the B side to match Pete Smith's A side variation. Note that the B side is credited solely to Sugar Pie DeSanto.

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Doris Jones

A: He's So Irreplaceable

[no artist listed]

B: He's So Irreplaceable (Instrumental)
Tomorrow UKLE 002Promo Only 7"1 
Chuck Willis

A: Hang Up My Rock And Roll Shoes
B: What Am I Living For
London UKHL 70391958Export Issue11 
The Yardbirds


A1: Over, Under, Sideways, Down
A2: I Can't Make Your Way
B1: He's Always There
B2: What Do You Want
Columbia AustraliaSEGO 85211967EP0 
Peter, Paul And Mary

A: Gone The Rainbow
B: Morning Train
Warner Bros. USAPRO 1491963Promo Only 7"2 
Claude François

A1: Maman Cherie
A2: Laisse-Moi Tenir La Main
B1: Petite Meche De Cheveux
B2: Chaque Jour C'est La Meme Chose
Philips France434.863 BE1964EP1 

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ArtistTrackjimmytheferret's Rating
Jeremy TaylorRed Velvet Steering Wheel Cover Driver9
Charlie RichLove Is After Me10
Wishful ThinkingV.I.P.8
SteppenwolfMagic Carpet Ride9
Raymond FroggattThe Red Balloon10
Eric Burdon And The AnimalsSan Franciscan Nights9
Marlena ShawLet's Wade In The Water9
The Volcanos [Philadelphia](It's Against) The Laws Of Love10
Little RichieJust Another Heartache9
The Nashville TeensThe Biggest Night Of Her Life9

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