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I collect stuff that I like, basically (or think I might like, sometimes)... which doesn't really narrow it down much. I specifically collect anything Pogues or Bowie-related in particular.

I'm now also starting to collect records from (or relating to) my hometown of Hull, especially DIY and private pressings. If anyone can help with that then please do PM me.

The latter interest has led to the creation of my online project Hull Music Archive - find us at http://www.hullmusicarchive.co.uk.

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Country:  UK
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14th Sep 2015
Dead Fingers Talk

A: Hold On To Rock 'N' Roll
B: Can't Think Straight
Promo scans added.

11th Aug 2015
The Most [SRT]

A: Carefree
B: In And Out
The Most were based in Hornsea, East Yorkshire.

Stuart Walton from the band went on to join Indians In Moscow.

The single was recorded at Fairview Studios and did quite well locally - it was also played by John Peel, I'm told.

3rd Aug 2015
Hull Kingston Rovers

A: Red, Red Robin

Pete Smith

B: Rosie Ramsdale
Picked up a second copy of this today - the one I got today also includes a round sticker, and comes in a PVC outer sleeve which has a vintage picture of the team printed on it. I'll add images in due course.

31st Jul 2015
The Aces [Parlophone]

A: I Count The Tears
B: But Say It Isn't So
In fact the Aces weren't a Merseybeat band at all - they were from Hull, and still perform today, nowadays fronted by original bassist John Patterson (aka Johnny Pat).

"I Count The Tears" is of course a cover of The Drifters' track. And very good it is too.

20th Jul 2015
The Small Four

A: One Up On Me
B: I'll Find Him
They were from Hull and they were actually named The Small Four because originally there were only three of them (one of whom was Johnny Patterson from The Aces). They then added John Small (of The Fabians and Johnny Small And The Little People) to their number, purely by coincidence. The Small Four supported Jimi Hendrix when he played at the Skyline Ballroom in Hull, in 1967.

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Fonda 500

A1: Super Chimpanzee
B1: Roller Disco
B2: Gemini
The Village UKVILSP0046 Nov 20007"0 
LIFE [Hull]

A: Money
B: Crawling
Birthday UKBR000317 Mar 20147"0 

A: We Buried Indie Rock Years Ago

Fonda 500

B: Digital Space Pop
Transformed Dreams UKDREAM 2420037"0 
Clinton Ford

A: Rainbow
B: On Mother Kelly's Doorstep
Oriole UKCB 188419637"1 
Gentle Touch

A1: You're Mine
A2: Amanda
B1: You're My Best Friend
B2: You And Me
[none] UKSRTS 82 CUS 13931982EP0 

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Richard ThompsonCrawl Back (Under My Stone)8
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The Black Delta MovementThe Messenger10
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Fine Young CannibalsJohnny Come Home10
Thin LizzyDedication10
Thin LizzyDedication10
Sugar [Bob Mould]JC Auto9
Sugar [Bob Mould]Tilted (Edit)10
Bob DylanGates Of Eden10

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