Weekend finds

DJ_NevilleCDJ_NevilleC 1,922 Posts
edited May 2005 in Record Collecting
Its always a great day when someone drops off 200 Brazilian records at your store! Here's the ones I'm keepin:Elis Regina - Samba Eu Canto Assim (Philips)Gal e Caetano Velloso (sic) (Philips)Nara, Edu Lobo and Tamba Trio - 5 Na Bossa (Philips)Gonzaguinha - Moleque EMI)V/A - O Importante e Que a Nossa Emocao Sobreviva (Odeon)Joao do Vale - S/T (CBS)Elza Soares - Somos Todos Iguais (Som Livre)Luiz Melodia - Mico de Circo (Som Livre)Elis Regina - Elis (Philips)Maria Creuza - S/T (RGE)Clementina - S/T (EMI)Sylvia Telles - BOssa Balanco Balada (Elenco)Gonzaga e Gonzaguinha - Discanco em Caza (RCA)Maria Bethania - S/T (Odeon)Paulinho da Viola - S/T (Odeon)Edu Lobo - Cantiga de Longe (Elenco)OST - Quando o Carnaval Checar (Philips)Caetano Veloso - Araca Azul (Philips)Gilberto Gil - Expresso 2222 (Philips) finally! and earlier- Derek Smith and Venus - Don't Let Go (Project 3)
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  • indiana45sindiana45s 266 Posts
    Let me start off by saying I took a friend digging to a secret spot and he pulled Ultimates s/t (Graxam International) from a box. That really, really, really hurt.


    Spot 1 -$3 apiece
    Come Back Charleston Blue ost - sealed
    Terry Callier - What color is Love (spare)
    Eddy Sanay - Hot Thang
    Pretty Things - Parachute
    Victory Brady - Brown Rain
    Barbara McNair - Here I am
    Edwin Starr - War and Peace
    Little Beaver - When was the last time (sealed) (spare)
    Fantastic Four - Night People
    Simtec - s/t
    Hank Ballard - Hanging with Hank (Sealed)
    Jet Set - Spinning Wheel
    Booker T. and the MGs - Hip Hug-her (spare)
    Darrel Hanks - Here to Stay (double)
    Reuben Wilson - Groovy Situation
    Hammer - s/t (San Francisco)
    Jimmy McGriff - Outside Lookin' in (sealed)
    Cream City - Sealed
    Sammy Davis Jr. - Something for Everyone
    Ronettes featuring Veronica (spare)
    Lou Courtney - Skate now Shingaling(spare)
    Groovin Strings and Things (Cub Records)
    Kongas - Africanism
    Costanzo Cano & Bongos
    Barbara Mason - Lady Love
    Jakes Holmes - so close, so far to go
    Black Magic - stanley Black
    Rotary Connection - Peace
    Jack Ashford - sealed
    Steve McQueen Bullitt - Japanese reissue ?

    Spot 2 $1.50 each:

    My Bloody Valentine - s/t
    Presidents - Yo La Tengo
    dozen more UK pressed Post-Punk Lps
    The guy had the most amazing Smiths collection I have ever seen. I mean like 50 pieces, wierd promos and bootlegs, all extremely rare. However he would not sell.

    Spot 3
    .50
    Funky Constellation - Street Talk (Madam Rapper) 12"

    Plus a bunch more I am too lazy to list right now.



  • volumenvolumen 2,529 Posts
    Its always a great day when someone drops off 200 Brazilian records at your store!
    Here's the ones I'm keepin:

    Elis Regina - Samba Eu Canto Assim (Philips)
    Gal e Caetano Velloso (sic) (Philips)
    Nara, Edu Lobo and Tamba Trio - 5 Na Bossa (Philips)
    Gonzaguinha - Moleque EMI)
    V/A - O Importante e Que a Nossa Emocao Sobreviva (Odeon)
    Joao do Vale - S/T (CBS)
    Elza Soares - Somos Todos Iguais (Som Livre)
    Luiz Melodia - Mico de Circo (Som Livre)
    Elis Regina - Elis (Philips)
    Maria Creuza - S/T (RGE)
    Clementina - S/T (EMI)
    Sylvia Telles - BOssa Balanco Balada (Elenco)
    Gonzaga e Gonzaguinha - Discanco em Caza (RCA)
    Maria Bethania - S/T (Odeon)
    Paulinho da Viola - S/T (Odeon)
    Edu Lobo - Cantiga de Longe (Elenco)
    OST - Quando o Carnaval Checar (Philips)
    Caetano Veloso - Araca Azul (Philips)
    Gilberto Gil - Expresso 2222 (Philips) finally!

    and earlier-
    Derek Smith and Venus - Don't Let Go (Project 3)



    It's always a crappy day when someone who works at a record store keeps all the good Brazillian records that got dropped off that day.

  • Sun_FortuneSun_Fortune 1,374 Posts
    A few nice things:

    Word Jazz -- Ken Nordine
    Jo. Boyer -- isabelle and the Rain 12"
    Lou Donaldson -- Pretty Things
    Diamond -- Best Kept Secret 12"
    Folkways -- Traditional Drumming and Dances of Ghana (anyone want to trade for it, I not into Folkways.)
    Donny Hathaway -- Everything Is Everything
    Billi Thedford -- music of my second birth
    Soft M achine -- 7

  • SwayzeSwayze 14,705 Posts
    ok -- so i got a call from this one guy i know who is a hookup of mine who sets up at a local flea market.he is this oddball middle-aged guy. strange, but very friendly.
    he goes to auctions. that;s all he does. so he told me he would have these records for me to go through this weekend.

    fortunate enough for me his records are super clean -- he is also super cheap -- because i am also super cheap! super!
    also -- a lot came from the one guy, but some also came from a couple of other vendors.
    also weird, because some of the stuff i got had to come from the collection of a digger/dj--because-- well-- read below and you'll figure out.

    all records 50 cents to 1.00 each--(unless noted)

    Pucho and the Latin Soul Brothers -- super freak lp (og private press on zanzee. awesome, killer record. funk. early 70s. super raer!)

    anthony braxton creative music orchestra -- rbn ---- 3 degrees K12 (3xlp box set. 1972. ring records)
    anthony braxton -- saxophone improvisations/series f. lp (1976 inner city records)

    ornette coleman trio -- at the golden circle stockholm vol. one (og. blue note . 2nd copy)

    dr. octagon -- s/t (2xlp. bulk. 1995)
    mf doom --s/t 12" ep (3 songs--dead bent, gas drawls, hey!, 3 instro versions of those songs)
    u-ziq -- urmur bile trax volume 1 12" ep

    new order -- 1981- 1982 (factus 8) -- (early 5-song ep.1982.)
    medium medium -- the glitterhouse lp (1981. cherry red)


    culture -- two sevens clash lp (og joe gibbs)
    louise bennett -- miss loou's views lp ("a pot-pourri of typical and topical jamaianc happenings in the dialect of louise bennett as related by "auntie rochie" -- jamaican lady does spoken word poetry/ramblings in a very fast patois -- with backing music by byron lee--federal records)

    shuggie otis -- inspiration information lp

    roland kirk -- the inflated tear lp
    rahshaan roland kirk -- natural black inventions: root strata lp
    eddie harris -- excursions 2xlp (2nd copy)
    eddie harris -- electrifyin' lp
    charles mingus -- s/t (early 70s prestige)
    red garland quintet w/ john coltrane and donald byrd -- jazz junction 2x lp (70s prestige)
    jimmy owens -- s/t lp
    eddie henderson -- sunburst (soul jazz funk. blue note)
    zawinul -- s/t lp
    larry coryell -- barefoot boy lp (flying dutchman. 1971)

    this is fiji -- authentic fijian music lp (new zealand record label called viking--1963)
    mongo santamaria & his latin jazz orch. "free spirit" (espiritu libre)

    allen ginsburg -- the lion for real lp

    v/a: short circuit : live at the electric circus 10" ep (2nd copy. joy division, buzzcocks, drones, the fall, john cooper clark, steel pulse)

    ultimate spinach -- behold & see lp (og. psych pop)

    2 manfred mann lps
    roxy music -- s/t lp
    t. rex -- tanx (2nd copy)
    t. rex -- light of love lp

    dr. j.r. kool and the other roxannes -- the complete story of roxanne.. the album lp
    fresh 3 mc's -- heave your hear/a few minutes more 12" (profile. 83)
    fingerprintz -- distinguishing marks lp
    split enz -- mental notes lp

    urgh! a music war 2xlp (5th copy?? to resell)
    lots of stuff to resale like -- -- devo ( w.poster), bad 70s boogie rock groups i never heard of before and don't want to hear again, mediocre soul records)

    there is more -- some of my fave finds of the weekend are still yet to come!

  • Sun_FortuneSun_Fortune 1,374 Posts
    ok -- so i got a call from this one guy i know who is a hookup of mine who sets up at a local flea market.he is this oddball middle-aged guy. strange, but very friendly.
    he goes to auctions. that;s all he does. so he told me he would have these records for me to go through this weekend.

    fortunate enough for me his records are super clean -- he is also super cheap -- because i am also super cheap! super!
    also -- a lot came from the one guy, but some also came from a couple of other vendors.
    also weird, because some of the stuff i got had to come from the collection of a digger/dj--because-- well-- read below and you'll figure out.

    all records 50 cents to 1.00 each--(unless noted)

    Pucho and the Latin Soul Brothers -- super freak lp (og private press on zanzee. awesome, killer record. funk. early 70s. super raer!)

    anthony braxton creative music orchestra -- rbn ---- 3 degrees K12 (3xlp box set. 1972. ring records)
    anthony braxton -- saxophone improvisations/series f. lp (1976 inner city records)

    ornette coleman trio -- at the golden circle stockholm vol. one (og. blue note . 2nd copy)

    dr. octagon -- s/t (2xlp. bulk. 1995)
    mf doom --s/t 12" ep (3 songs--dead bent, gas drawls, hey!, 3 instro versions of those songs)
    u-ziq -- urmur bile trax volume 1 12" ep

    new order -- 1981- 1982 (factus 8) -- (early 5-song ep.1982.)
    medium medium -- the glitterhouse lp (1981. cherry red)


    culture -- two sevens clash lp (og joe gibbs)
    louise bennett -- miss loou's views lp ("a pot-pourri of typical and topical jamaianc happenings in the dialect of louise bennett as related by "auntie rochie" -- jamaican lady does spoken word poetry/ramblings in a very fast patois -- with backing music by byron lee--federal records)

    shuggie otis -- inspiration information lp

    roland kirk -- the inflated tear lp
    rahshaan roland kirk -- natural black inventions: root strata lp
    eddie harris -- excursions 2xlp (2nd copy)
    eddie harris -- electrifyin' lp
    charles mingus -- s/t (early 70s prestige)
    red garland quintet w/ john coltrane and donald byrd -- jazz junction 2x lp (70s prestige)
    jimmy owens -- s/t lp
    eddie henderson -- sunburst (soul jazz funk. blue note)
    zawinul -- s/t lp
    larry coryell -- barefoot boy lp (flying dutchman. 1971)

    this is fiji -- authentic fijian music lp (new zealand record label called viking--1963)
    mongo santamaria & his latin jazz orch. "free spirit" (espiritu libre)

    allen ginsburg -- the lion for real lp

    v/a: short circuit : live at the electric circus 10" ep (2nd copy. joy division, buzzcocks, drones, the fall, john cooper clark, steel pulse)

    ultimate spinach -- behold & see lp (og. psych pop)

    2 manfred mann lps
    roxy music -- s/t lp
    t. rex -- tanx (2nd copy)
    t. rex -- light of love lp

    dr. j.r. kool and the other roxannes -- the complete story of roxanne.. the album lp
    fresh 3 mc's -- heave your hear/a few minutes more 12" (profile. 83)
    fingerprintz -- distinguishing marks lp
    split enz -- mental notes lp

    urgh! a music war 2xlp (5th copy?? to resell)
    lots of stuff to resale like -- -- devo ( w.poster), bad 70s boogie rock groups i never heard of before and don't want to hear again, mediocre soul records)

    there is more -- some of my fave finds of the weekend are still yet to come!

    what's with the weird spacing?? looks like the wasteland.

  • GuzzoGuzzo 8,611 Posts
    went to Coachella and still hit the PCC swap



    Azteca[/b] ""Pyramyd of the moon" (Columbia)

    Motherlode[/b] "When I Die" (Buddah)

    McCrary's[/b] "Loving is Giving" (portrait) - thanks to AP for hookin me up

    Linda Clifford[/b] "I'll Keep On Loving you" (Capitol)

    RD Burman[/b] "Sanam Teri Kasam OST" (Polydor) - likes this a lot

    RD Burman[/b] "Jawani Diwani" (Polydor)

    Bill Cosby[/b] Badfoot Brown..." (UNI) - double

    Prince Phillip Mitchell[/b] "Top Of the line" (Atlantic)

    Enoch Light[/b] "Big hits of the 70's Vol.2" Project 3) - sealed double

    and some other joints I.Don't wanna type out...was pretty geeked that I found a test press copy of this.



    I think there was a soulstrutter trying to bid on this...if your still interested holla


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    K in Canada.

  • indiana45sindiana45s 266 Posts
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    ...nice frame job.

  • SwayzeSwayze 14,705 Posts
    as far as my spacing goes, i find that it looks more cluttered and run together when i write or explain things in the form of parenthesis and don't put a space inbetween. , so i space things out.

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    Do you mean the underlying cover? Wasn't on purpose.



    K.


  • The_NonThe_Non 5,690 Posts
    An homage to K:





    Funky Maker, Is It Because I'm Black by Senior Soul, and more Studio One comp. Dope!





    Surprisingly good steel drum shiz. WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAy better than the cover would have you think...









    This is a pub group called the Stonefire Band from a club in Ocho Rios. Looks absurd, but some great playing on here, including this:



    http://thewaxcrusade.com/absent.wav







    This is called "Celebrate The Individual...Daybreak" from Richmond Hills, NY. I'm thinking it is a Stage Band[/b], but if it is high schoolers, my hat's off because this shit is mind scrambling. Can't really follow the thinking behind it at all, but an amazing listen. Includes an insert with lyrics and local sponsors advertisements from the 70s. Can't say enough about this, check the clip:



    http://thewaxcrusade.com/daybreak.wav



    Some additional pickups this weekend:



    Jiva-S/T[/b] (funkiest Krishna rock LP I've heard in a minute, funkier than Rasa or JOB Orquestra ever thought of being!)



    Exuma II[/b]



    Steve Kuhn-S/T[/b] apparently raer? Maybe not...



    John Ruth-I Model[/b]- Coolest new wave LP I've heard in a minute, a lotta dope quirkiness this week! Check the clip:



    http://thewaxcrusade.com/model.wav



    Divine Sounds-What People Do For Money 12"[/b] (nice shape from '84!)



    The Nonce-World Ultimate Promo CD (yay!)



    Vic Boff Exercise[/b] (dope backing tracks, wish dude could shut up!)



    http://thewaxcrusade.com/heyguyzipit.wav



    Jon Devlin Exercise[/b] (dope again, dude needs to shut up again!)



    http://thewaxcrusade.com/youzipittoo.wav



    Art Lande & Rubisa Patrol-Desert Marauders[/b] (ECM LP that makes me believe again!)



    Julie Driscoll & Brian Auger-London 1964-1967[/b]-UK press, some great obscure tracks on here, dude usually is on the money, respect!



    And a cool Hair Exploito LP on Custom with dudes with afros on the cover. LP is "dinner plated",but still a good listen for the quirkiness. All boogaloo organ tracks, I assume some strutters have heard this no?



    Peace

    T.N.






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    What label is that Studio 1 on? Og label is the same as this


  • The_NonThe_Non 5,690 Posts
    Maroonish color pennant around Studio One. Later release? Eh, still bueno..

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    That's known as the ribbon label and is an 80's issue. Still a good sounding press compared to the current reissue.

    Nice Catch, K.

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    ...and Senor Soul is just a pseudonym for Lloyd WIlliams.

    K.

  • The_NonThe_Non 5,690 Posts
    The pressing still is kinda sketchy though. Heard of/like the "Stonefire Band?" My girl family is from the Ocho Rios area and says she's walked by the place on the cover, the album is called "Grilled Lobster."
    Good covers of Steel Pulse and someone else, plus interesting originals.

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    Yeah, there's different versions of the Ribbon label. The multi-color black and red one is the earliest. The solid color ones tend to look phtocopied and the sound is generally horrendous.

    Never heard of that Stonefire band. That other steel band lp you mentioned is abundant as pretty girls up here.

    K.

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    was just reading about this 45 in "People Funny Boy".

    Kinda funny.

    SONIC

  • bluesnagbluesnag 1,285 Posts

    Bill Cosby[/b] Badfoot Brown..." (UNI) - double


    let me holler atcha about this one.

  • Derrick Laro "Don't stop 'till you get enough" (Joe Gibbs 12")
    Los Hermanos Latinos white label 12" (aka Quantic re-edits of latin tracks)
    New QSO single
    Diplo "Florida" first edition 2lp (upgrade)
    New Headphones (Sony MDR V700)
    Ska Kings "Jamaica Ska" (Atlantic 45)
    Don Pierce "This funky thing" 45 (Mint Double)

  • bluesnagbluesnag 1,285 Posts
    got a couple:

    bappi lahiri: namak halal
    bappi lahiri: kasam paida karnewale ki


    both have some funky disco grooves on em. the second is almost all mj ripoffs!

    also gave a list to a dealer i haven't really bought much from, mainly because the one guy i buy most of this stuff from is awesome. but this other guy said he would bring about half the stuff on my list next week, which means i'll have more stuff for marco and the_non.

  • SwayzeSwayze 14,705 Posts

    Spent way too much time in may car this weekend. Found all these for under the "market value".

    -Coke-Same (Sound Triangle)[/b] Spare...Latin Funk/Rock outta Miami
    -Nancy Priddy-You've Come This Way Before (DOT)[/b] Much more than the title track. Solid Listen!
    -Fire-Same (Sunshine Sound)[/b] Quality late 70's female soul/disco/funk from KC's back Up singers. Rick Finch on production. He also penned most of the tracks.
    -Ella Jenkins-Play Your Instruments & Make a Pretty Sound (Folkways)[/b] My 18 month old daughter loves this. She started running around clapping her hands and cheering when I played it.
    -Archie Bell & The Dells-Tighten Up (Atlantic)[/b] this was near mint until I noticed the huge warp when i got home.
    -Boogaloo Joe Jones-No Way! [/b] (Prestige)
    -George Braith-Musart (Prestige) Fuck the Hype! This is a Beautiful record.
    -Zoo-Same (Mercury)[/b] Spare...Funky Jazz-Rock. Headz Know the deal.
    -Revolutionary Blues Band-Same (Coral)[/b] Decent funky stuff. Spare.
    -James Brown-Hell (Polydor)[/b] Found this is a pile of trash as I was on the way to pick up the kid from school on Friday. Lp is Unplayed
    -Don Cherry-Symphony for Improvisers (Blue Note)[/b]
    -Mort Garson-Hair Pieces (A&M)[/b]-Hairy moogy stuff.
    -Norman Connors-Dark of Light (Cobblestone)[/b]
    -Joe Battan-Riot (Fania)[/b] Thanks Handcork.
    -Gil Scott-It's Your Wolrd (arista)[/b] Thanks again corkscrew.



  • ra&#*... again... good scoop on the coke. and this man hooked me up with brother ah - "sound awareness", which I've been after forever. Just one of those white whales, always right outside my grasp. Clean copy, too!!

    Other than that, picked up a grip of old jazz magazines, some indie jazz LPs from the ebay, a package from my good man in chicago with some SERIOUS goodies, and a half dozen impulse titles for 3 bucks a pop (marion brown - "sweet earth flying", some archie shepps, albert ayler).

    Oh and one of those meters LP represses on charley, with a lot of rare/45-only tracks. Laugh if you want but it's nice to have.

  • soulrezsoulrez 565 Posts

  • SooksSooks 710 Posts

    huh - there was one of these at my local spot last week, too.. got snapped up by the guy who works there.

  • schnipperschnipper 528 Posts

    huh - there was one of these at my local spot last week, too.. got snapped up by the guy who works there.

    Someone got an extra? Been wearing out "Double Trouble" recently.

  • DJ_NevilleCDJ_NevilleC 1,922 Posts
    Its always a great day when someone drops off 200 Brazilian records at your store!
    Here's the ones I'm keepin:

    Elis Regina - Samba Eu Canto Assim (Philips)
    Gal e Caetano Velloso (sic) (Philips)
    Nara, Edu Lobo and Tamba Trio - 5 Na Bossa (Philips)
    Gonzaguinha - Moleque EMI)
    V/A - O Importante e Que a Nossa Emocao Sobreviva (Odeon)
    Joao do Vale - S/T (CBS)
    Elza Soares - Somos Todos Iguais (Som Livre)
    Luiz Melodia - Mico de Circo (Som Livre)
    Elis Regina - Elis (Philips)
    Maria Creuza - S/T (RGE)
    Clementina - S/T (EMI)
    Sylvia Telles - BOssa Balanco Balada (Elenco)
    Gonzaga e Gonzaguinha - Discanco em Caza (RCA)
    Maria Bethania - S/T (Odeon)
    Paulinho da Viola - S/T (Odeon)
    Edu Lobo - Cantiga de Longe (Elenco)
    OST - Quando o Carnaval Checar (Philips)
    Caetano Veloso - Araca Azul (Philips)
    Gilberto Gil - Expresso 2222 (Philips) finally!

    and earlier-
    Derek Smith and Venus - Don't Let Go (Project 3)



    It's always a crappy day when someone who works at a record store keeps all the good Brazillian records that got dropped off that day.

    I said I got 200. That leaves at least 170 for the store. I do share the love just ask Schnipper (no homo).

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    There is a track comped on Nigeria 70 on it.

    K.



  • Dude, what the fuck is up with THIS?!

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    Pretty much sums it up. Was not a dollar bin record.

    K.
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