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Post subject:   PostPosted: Jul 05, 2009 - 09:36 PM
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As long as we're updating, I now own all those records on my earlier post!!! Smile

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WANT LIST - DECEMBER 2009

First off just wanted to say that I am really diggin' this forum. I'm a member of a few other online communities but NONE where I can read intellegent posts about a very dear topic to me. I'm 26 & have been a vinyl hound for 2 years. My collection is very young so I thought I'd join a forum where I can post a few of my wants and maybe even have a few good conversations with fellow record lovers as well. Anyways, Here is what I'm looking for currently:

1) Elvis Costello - This Year's Model
2) Bob Dylan - The Times They Are A Changin'
3) Mott The Hoople - The only one I have is All The Young Dudes. Seeking the rest.
4) Velvet Underground - Any and all.
5) Alice Cooper - Hey Stoopid & any other reasonably priced Cooper records




I'm sure there are tons more but right now those are my main focus. Lastly, like most of you, I'm only looking for the original pressing of the albums. No reissues & greatest hits collections.

Thanks in advance!!!!
 
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I'm really missing some important rercords.

1. Woody Guthrie - Dust Bowl Ballads
2. Robert Johnson - King Of The Delta Blues Singers
3. Miles Davis - Kind Of Blue
4. Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley
5. Howlin' Wolf - Howlin' Wolf
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: Jul 12, 2010 - 11:13 AM
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Well, I have never seen this page before. A few things I am looking for:

Wingate 007 and 021

Also looking for 45's on the following labels - at the moment:

Loma, Mirwood, Keymen, Groovesville, UK Pama - soul only, UK Action and UK Sue.

Also looking for clean copies of the Sam Dees album - The Show Must Go On on Atlantic and the Mary Saxton album on Canadian Birchmount.
 
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I've been looking forever for a clean stereo (I have the mono and all singles) of The Lewis and Clarke Expedition. It is on Colgems.
 
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I have 2 copies of sgt peppers (1uk/1italian) and a rock n roll music for sale if your still interested?


Gareth[




Avril Lavigne- Let Go (if it even exists on vinyl)
The Beatles- Sargeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
The Beatles- Rock 'n' Roll Music (UK only I think?)
Bon Jovi- Slippery When Wet
Bryan Adams- Waking Up the Neighbours
The Clash- The Cost of Living (EP)
The Clash- London Calling
Oasis- Definitely Maybe
Oasis- Be Here Now
Rod Stewart- Rhythm of My Heart (45 rpm single)
Rush- Fly By Night
Sloan- Navy Blues
The Tragically Hip- Up To Here
The Tragically Hip- Fully Completely
The Tragically Hip- Road Apples
U2- War
U2- October
U2- All That You Can't Leave Behind

Yes, a lot of Canadian music... I know. Wink[/quote]
 
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The Dickies:- Roadkill Blue Vinyl
The Dickies :- Paranoid , Festival label
The Dickies :-Banana Splits New Zealand Promo
Any Test pressings.
Jap bootlegs
 
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New to to the forum...

The Twilight Singers...Play Blackberry Belle
The Afghan Whigs - Congregation
The Afghan Whigs - Big Top Halloween
The Afghan Whigs - Gentlemen (Blast First / BFFP 90, BFFP 90S) - includes bonus 12" featuring BBC recordings
 
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Any records by singer Ken Carson. Ken recorded under dozens of labels during the 30's, 40's and 50's (into the 60's and early 70's as well). This here is a sample of his voice:

http://bobnolan-sop.net/Biographies/The%20Story%20of%20SOP/Ken%20Carson/Ken%20Carson%20audio/Madison%20audio/May%20Heaven%20Forgive%20you%20%281955%29.mp3

Sorry 'bout the length of the link. I am looking for ANYTHING recorded by him, and if you have a record of his I'd also love to hear what the information of the record is. I have a discography of his recordings, but it's pretty small. I know he recorded an awful lot, but no one kept a log of all his material!

If you want to see whom I'm talking about, this page is pretty informative:
http://bobnolan-sop.net/Biographies/The%20Story%20of%20SOP/Ken%20Carson/Ken%20Carson.htm
Has a lot of audio clips, too.

Thanks ahead of time!

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I'm trying to collect digital audio material by Ken Carson, who was a singer from the early 1930's until roughly the 70's.
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