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Currently playing...at 45rpm

Posted: 08 Nov 2010 17:15
by mysticfred
Johnny Kidd & the Pirates - Hungry for Love HMV 1963
Gun - Race with the Devil CBS 1968
Status Quo - Tune to the Music blue Pye 1971
Sabre Dance - Love Sculpture Parlophone 1968
Marbles - Only One Woman Polydor 1968
Jethro Tull - Life is a Long Song Chrysalis 1971
Curved Air - Back Street Luv WB 1971
The Who - Won't Get Fooled Again Track 1971
Atomic Rooster - Devil's Answer B&C 1971
Hurricane Smith - Don't let it Die Columbia 1971
Ashton Gardner & Dyke - Resurrection Shuffle Capitol 1971

Posted: 10 Nov 2010 16:57
by Singlemania45
Wishbone Ash - You See Red 12" 12MCA392

Posted: 11 Nov 2010 03:42
by Pazuzu
The Breeders: Head To Toe EP on 10" vinyl.

Posted: 11 Nov 2010 08:47
by kelvinMunson
Klaus Schulze................Trancefer album, normal-cut, 45rpm version (Limited Edition, No 9 of 300. I also have No 300)........ will probably follow it up with the Halfspeed-cut 33rpm version.......Love this album.... the whole album fits on both versions.

Posted: 11 Nov 2010 21:28
by Ras-pa
-gift from a very special lady: Paul Roland / Giant Sand - Madhouse / Wishing Well 7"

http://www.discogs.com/Paul-Roland-Gian ... se/1565132

-another gift, from my friend, picked up on TFC gig here in Belgrade on sun, nov 8th: Teenage Fanclub and Jad Fair - Like A Monkey In A Zoo / Happy Soul 7", PeMa 001, 2006.

http://img547.imageshack.us/img547/6776/tfcjf.th.jpg
The continued hook-up between Scotland's Teenage Fanclub and American primitive artist and musician Jad Fair, 'Happy Soul / Monkey In A Zoo' sees the transatlantic hook-up taking on two new interpretations of Daniel Jonston classics.
-another souvenire from the excellent gig they're played here in Serbia: The Kill Devil Hills - Hungry & Down/Down to the River 7", independent issue 2008.

http://img201.imageshack.us/img201/7118 ... ver.th.jpg

Great aussie (heavy) blues/country bend!

http://www.thekilldevilhills.com/

Posted: 12 Nov 2010 07:00
by mysticfred
Kings of Leon have released a 7" single of Radioactive to coincide with their new album, the B side has the same track remixed with accompaniment by the West Angeles Mass Choir resulting in a much richer sound, very nice indeed 8)

ALSO SPINNING..

Julie Driscoll & BA Trinity - This Wheel's on Fire...1968 the whole 60's scene encapsulated in a single disc! :lol:

Mindbenders - Groovy Kind of Love ....1966 Groovy where did that word come from...a record Groove or groove/dig the music? :wink:

Monkees - Valleri 1968 ... very underrated in their day, written off as Beatles clowns / clones but looking back made some very fine records 8)

Hedgehoppers Anonymous - It's Good News Week 65...lyrics sound very relevant today!

It's good news week,
Someone's dropped a bomb somewhere,
Contaminating atmosphere
And blackening the sky,
It's good news week,
Someones found a way to give,
The rotting dead a will to live,
Go on and never die.

Have you heard the news?
What did it say?
Who's won that race?
What's the weather like today?

It's good news week,
Families shake the need for gold,
By stimulating birth control,
We're wanting less to eat.

It's good news week,
Doctors finding many ways,
Of wrapping brains in metal trays,
To keep us from the heat.
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Posted: 12 Nov 2010 17:39
by Singlemania45
mysticfred wrote: Monkees - Valleri 1968 ... very underrated in their day, written off as Beatles clowns / clones but looking back made some very fine records 8)
Im a big Monkees fan. Head is my fave LP and Porpoise Song is one of the best 45s of the 60s \:D/

Posted: 14 Nov 2010 23:40
by KentT
Kenny Ball's Jazz Band/ Rondo on Pye Jazz
Cilla Black/ You're My World on Parlophone
Brook Benton/Rainy Night In Georgia on Cotillion

On my beloved Techie SP-25 and Audio-Technica 16" broadcast arm.

Posted: 15 Nov 2010 07:58
by mysticfred
Kingsmen - Louie Louie...managed to upgrade my battered old copy to EX at last :D Pye Intenational 1964

Nirvana - Rainbow Chaser ...ditto .... pink Island 1968

Shadows - Shindig...amazing lifelike sound! Columbia 1963


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Posted: 20 Nov 2010 21:01
by Pazuzu
Over the past day or two:

Dinosaur Jr. - "Just Like Heaven" 10" single @45 rpm on purple vinyl.

The Black Crowes - "Three Snakes and a Charm" 45 rpm box set on seven - 7" records. Not their best album, but the set is just too cool.

Posted: 21 Nov 2010 19:37
by Ras-pa
fast 'n' loud:

http://www.dionysusrecords.com/shop/ima ... llahey.jpg

The Hellacopters - Hey!/Her Strut, White Jazz Records 7JAZZ010, Sweden 1998. (orange vinyl)

http://www.discogs.com/Hellacopters-Hey/release/1675218

http://www.pettediscographies.com/images/SP43slv.jpg

Lazy Cowgirls - Loretta b/w Hybrid Moments, SubPop SP043 1989.

http://www.discogs.com/Lazy-Cowgirls-Lo ... se/1243749

+ Lazy Cowgirls - Live In '85 7"; giveaway with "Romilar D Rock And Roll (Spain) , 1990.

http://www.grunnenrocks.nl/label/r/romilardrecords.htm

http://www.metalkingdom.net/album/img/d31/31380.jpg

Melvins / Cosmic Psychos (split 7") - I Can't Shake It / Some Girls, Gearhead Records 1998.

http://www.discogs.com/Melvins-Cosmic-P ... ase/443769

Posted: 22 Nov 2010 19:28
by mysticfred
Status Quo - Pictures of Matchstick Men PYE blue 1968

Fleetwood Mac - Need Your Love So Bad - Blue Horizon 1968
Black Magic Woman " "

The American Breed - Bend Me Shape Me - Stateside1967
The Hollies - Jennifer Eccles - Parlophone 1968
Honeybus - I Cant Let Maggie Go - Deram 1968
Rolling Stones - Jumping Jack Flash - Decca 1968
Twinkle - Terry - Decca 1964


all stunning audio, esp Fleetwood Mac 8)


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Posted: 01 Dec 2010 14:11
by fscl
Due to a confluence of topics, ended up with singles that I usually glance over...... #-o ](*,)

From Black Record Store Day Friday....... ](*,)

Bob Dylan, The Times They Are A-Changin' / Like A Rolling Stone
Springsteen, Save My Love / Because The Night
Sir Paul, Band on The Run / 1985
Soundgarden, Hunted Down / Nothing To Say
Carl Sagan, A Glorious Dawn
Jimi Hendrix, 10" 33 :oops: A: Little Drummer Boy / Silent Night / Auld Lang Syne; Three Little Bears B: Little Drummer Boy / Silent Night / Auld Lang Syne, extended

Fred

Posted: 03 Dec 2010 08:05
by mysticfred
Managed to snap up some early mint bargains this week 8)


Bob Dylan - Like a rolling stone 1965 CBS201811 / Times they are a-changing 1965 CBS201751 / Watchin' the river flow 1971 CBS7329

John Lee Hooker - Dimples 1964 Stateside SS297

Troggs - Anyway that you want me 1966 Page One POF010

Beatles - All you need is love 1967 Parlophone "KT" R5620 / Hey Jude 1968 Apple R5722

The sound quality on the Beatles singles is stunning!

Python Lee Jackson (Rod Stewart) - In a broken dream 1972 Youngblood YB1002

KT Tunstall - Black horse and the cherry tree 2005 Relentless


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Posted: 05 Dec 2010 04:39
by Dadimo
The sound quality on the Beatles singles is stunning!

Agreed, I have the american version with " Baby,You're a rich man" on the B side. I was also listening to Please Please Me ( parlophone ) with Ask Me Why on the B side. I figure if you go to the trouble of taking a single out, may as well show the B side some love too. \:D/