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Post subject:   PostPosted: Oct 08, 2014 - 08:22 AM
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on first glance I assumed this was related to Princess Diana (it's not) and that it was
the lovely Nicole Kidman on the cover (it isn't) however that is Patsy Kensit in the small pic



the A side is a song featuring Mike Sammes singing about the joys of paint,
I'd imagine it would be either a bright purple or garish lime as it was 1972





I've never come across this before, the 1 track per side issue of Kate's On Stage 2 x 7" promo - used in jukeboxes







great Blue Horizon double album of bluesy tunes, shame about the tape edge wear






issued on blue label Argo Records in 1960 this is a tough listen





this was one of a number of stage albums in the same box, it was curious as
it's a promo copy with plain labels and apart from being a book and a 1923 movie
it seems there is little else out there about this - Denis Norden (92) is still going though






recorded at The Whitehall Theatre in 1966






impressive line-up on stage paying tribute to T.S. Eliot who had died earlier in 1965







US album released in 1977 signed on the rear by the Mikron Theatre Company who are still going!





great mid 70's compilation of the Harvest back catalogue

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They included a cut from 'Son of Morris On'???

That must have startled a few rockers. Which selection did they chose?
 
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vinyl1 wrote:
They included a cut from 'Son of Morris On'???

That must have startled a few rockers. Which selection did they chose?


Ashley Hutchings - Monck's March

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Head Gardener wrote:
... this was one of a number of stage albums in the same box, it was curious as
it's a promo copy with plain labels and apart from being a book and a 1923 movie
it seems there is little else out there about this - Denis Norden (92) is still going though ...
Note music and lyrics by Peter Myers and Ronald Cass. I would have grabbed this just for their participation.
 
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I'm just impressed to see these UK discs I will NEVER see anywhere else...especially the radio spots and product promotions!

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Good day at a recent record fair I attended.

Colosseum - The Grass Is Greener - Dunhill DS 50079 - Canadian Pressing
Lightning Hopkins - Low Down Dirty Blues - Mainstream MRL 405 - US Pressing
Lightning Hopkins - Dirty Blues - Mainstream MRL 326 - US pressing
Captain Beyond - S/T - Capricorn CP 0105 - Canadian Pressing
Brownie & Sonny - Everest - FS 242 - US Pressing
Anthony Phillips - Private Parts & Pieces II - Passport PB 2012 - Canadian Pressing
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac - Epic BN 26402 - US Pressing
Scorpions - Fly To The Rainbow - RCA PPL1 4025 - Canadian Pressing
ZZ Top - Tres Hombres - Warner Bros. BSK 3270 - Canadian Pressing
Budgie - Impeckable - A&M SP 4675 - US Pressing
BB King - Completely Well - Bluesway BLS 6037 - Canadian Pressing
ELOY - Floating - Janus JXS 7018 - US Pressing
Fleetwood Mac - Then Play On - Reprise RS 6368 - Canadian Pressing
Ten Years After - Watt - Deram XDES 18050 - Canadian Pressing
Hawkwind - Space Ritual - United Artists UA LA120 H2 - Canadian Pressing
John Mayall Plays John Mayall - Decca LK 4680 - UK Pressing (Amazing Condition)

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I went to an auction in town yesterday as there were no car boots, they had literally thousands
of albums all piled up at 1 each. It was first come first served, there were some I got just coz
they looked interesting by the sleeves but I came away very happy (there were loads more too
but these are the pick of the lot)
























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A UK pressing of Court of the Crimson King? If it is a clean early copy, you have obtained a big-money record for 1.

I guess the eBay pickers were asleep at the switch on this one...
 
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Some yard sale keepers for the permanent collection...four dollars = four albums.
Ten dollars = two vintage Triad 45 cases filled w/ 60s/70s singles.

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