BEST RECORDS U ACQUIRED IN 2007

djsheepdjsheep 3,640 Posts
edited March 2018 in Record Collecting
Do we do these posts anymore? I forgot.

  1. Incredible Bongo Rockers - Bongo Rock (French cover version)
  2. Stone Killer OST
  3. Janko Nilovic - Pop In Devils Train & Soul Impressions
  4. Missus Beastly - 3 albums
  5. Mulatu of Ethiopia - S/T
  6. Head - first 2 albums
  7. San Ul Lim - first 3 albums
  8. Cannonball Adderley - Soul of the Bible
  9. Steve Parks - Still Thinking Of You 7"
  10. Atlas - Self-Titled
  11. Les Demerle - Spectrum
  12. World LP
  13. Los Nombres - S/T LP
+ lots more stuff I'm forgetting... Russian and Thailand stuff I can't even read...Doesn't matter if you copped it online or in the real world, whatever made you the happiest in 2007.peace.
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  • bloody hell b#v%n its only been a week. youre on a roll. peace, stein. . .

  • djsheepdjsheep 3,640 Posts
    woops that was meant to read 2007... let me fix that before i become a BALLER.

  • highlights include:

    ekambi brillant - neyo neyo
    mohawks - the champ
    lafayette afro rock band - soul makossa
    skull snaps - skull snaps
    brian bennett - illustrated london noise
    the sonset - discoteca
    themes - drama suite I and II
    bruton - drama montage volume one and two
    bun hunga and his combo - relax
    ceccarelli chantereau padova pezin - ccpp
    the power pack - soul cure
    the chakachas - the chakachas
    trip - trip(a rock opera)
    charly antolini - atomic drums
    redevils - redevils

    peace, stein. . . 

  • highlights include:

    trip - trip(a rock opera)

    pardon my ignorance, but is that the German one with the long ?

  • highlights include:

    trip - trip(a rock opera)

    pardon my ignorance, but is that the German one with the long ?

    ja doch! but for some reason i think it is an austrian rock opera.

    peace, stein. . . 

  • GropeGrope 2,970 Posts
    highlights include:

    trip - trip(a rock opera)

    pardon my ignorance, but is that the German one with the long ?

    ja doch! but for some reason i think it is an austrian rock opera.

    peace, stein. . .

    i can cofirm that. probably the ORF band playing. americans, germans, austrians singing. composed by fatty george.

  • highlights include:

    trip - trip(a rock opera)

    pardon my ignorance, but is that the German one with the long ?

    ja doch! but for some reason i think it is an austrian rock opera.

    peace, stein. . .

    ah right, yeah that record is sick - I found a mint copy a few weeks ago for less than a dollar

    other '07 digs I've been enjoying a lot:

    Sasha Subota - ??? (the title's in Cyrillic)
    Ela Calvo - S/T
    Paul Horn - Jazz Suite on the Mass Texts
    Dusko Goykovich - Beat the Jazz

    and my favorite of the lot
    Melodia - Interpreta El Conjunto Instrumental

  • GropeGrope 2,970 Posts

    Atlas - Self-Titled

    wow! ^^

    arzachel
    dzyan - s/t
    egg - s/t
    second life
    speed limit
    fusioon - s/t
    science fiction dance party
    soul caravan
    next morning
    black merda
    the shades of black lightening
    nosferatu (i still have to pick it up)

  • billbradleybillbradley You want BBQ sauce? Get the fuck out of my house. 2,563 Posts
    bob james - take me to the mardi gras 12" (without the bells)

  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 7,255 Posts
    I haven't used ebay for two and a half years, stopped hitting the record fairs and tried to limit my spending... reason being I finished Univ and moved house 6 times in that period. I'm now in a stable job, but the house thing is still very much in the balance (month-by-month let agreement). Once I've got accomodation sorted long-term, I'll be back on track. As a result, I can only think of 2 decent come-ups for 2007 right now:

    Trifle - First Meeting (approx ??20 quid before p+p)

    and

    Broth - s/t (less!)

    There were a few 45s, but I'd need to look at 'em to remember which were '07 digs.

    EDIT: Little Rose & Company "Jammin' To The Bone" was a goody

  • NateBizzoNateBizzo 2,327 Posts

    Atlas - Self-Titled

    wow! ^^



    This record is a turd of cosmic proportions.



  • kalakala 3,341 Posts








    insane hatian funk lp







  • These would probably be the highlights...



  • GropeGrope 2,970 Posts

    Atlas - Self-Titled

    wow! ^^



    This record is a turd of cosmic proportions.




    to you.

  • marumaru 1,450 Posts
    found lots of records, but probably happiest about filling out my weldon irvine collection with Time Capsule, Liberated Brother, In Harmony, Sinbad, and Spirit Man. Oh, the Stark Reality I found was a highlight as well.

  • NateBizzoNateBizzo 2,327 Posts
    Can somebody define "found"? Isn't there a huge difference between "finding" a $200 copy of Stark Reality vs. "finding" a copy of Stark Reality at a thrift shot?



    That Atlas record is a turd and I stand by that. 1-tracker at the best.

  • billbradleybillbradley You want BBQ sauce? Get the fuck out of my house. 2,563 Posts
    the best records i found in 2007 were these two probably. not real raer but i liked them both


  • pickwick33pickwick33 8,946 Posts
    Can somebody define "found"? Isn't there a huge difference between "finding" a $200 copy of Stark Reality vs. "finding" a copy of Stark Reality at a thrift shot?

    "Found" (in relation to this thread) - anything that came in your possession between January 1 and December 31 of 2007, no matter what the cost

    (okay, I didn't start the thread, but that's what the meaning SHOULD be, so if I'm wrong, DJ Sheep, please forgive me!...wait till tonight when I'm home, that's when I'll post mine)

  • djsheepdjsheep 3,640 Posts
    There's 2 tracks I like off that Atlas... it's only RAER for completists of the label (at least thats what GROPE told me, cheers grope!)....

    records you bought, found, stole (ahem), whatever.. doesn't matter how u got it, just what you got...

    peace.

  • billbradleybillbradley You want BBQ sauce? Get the fuck out of my house. 2,563 Posts
    Can somebody define "found"? Isn't there a huge difference between "finding" a $200 copy of Stark Reality vs. "finding" a copy of Stark Reality at a thrift shot?

    Along the same lines is buying on eBay "finding" records? I don't think so really. Unless maybe the listing was misspelled and you "found" it by searching using misspelled names.

  • GropeGrope 2,970 Posts
    Can somebody define "found"? Isn't there a huge difference between "finding" a $200 copy of Stark Reality vs. "finding" a copy of Stark Reality at a thrift shot?



    That Atlas record is a turd and I stand by that. 1-tracker at the best.

    i don't care. i just quaoted the record, cause sheep got it from me.

    "found" would be a record you found. does the price really matter?

  • Fuck C***s I need a cover for that Brothers record. It shreds.

  • NateBizzoNateBizzo 2,327 Posts
    Off the top of my head.....


    -East of Underground
    -Bobby Hamilton Qunitent "Dream Queen"
    -Gandalf
    -Freakout USA
    -The Diddys Ft. Paige Douglas
    -The People's People
    -Thesda
    -Glenwood Music Project aka Langley School Music Project
    -Ray Alexander Technique
    -Pyramids "Liabella"
    -King Solomon "Energy Crisis"
    -Hirijah
    -Marius Cultier "The Way"
    -Ted Coleman Band "Taking Care of Business"
    -The Variations "A Women's Blues"
    -Ritmo Sabor "Manteca"
    -Otis G. Johnson "Recieve The Power"
    -Robert Brown and the Politers
    -Temptation Rise
    -Hear O' Isreal
    -African American Jazz Ensemble
    -The Dance "Soul Force"
    -Coffey OST
    -S.O.U.L. "What Is It"
    -Jeff Phelps "Magnetic Eyes"
    -IGG Band
    -Vince Andrews "Honey Oh Love"
    -Toledo Scott Jazz Ensemble conducted by Augustus Walker



  • RAJRAJ tenacious local 7,547 Posts
    Family and the increasing demands of my day job, kept a strutter from digging in 2007.

    BUT, I did pass by my local flea over the summer and found this cool record called Stark Reality for 2 bucks.



  • Off the top of my head.....


    -East of Underground
    -Bobby Hamilton Qunitent "Dream Queen"
    -Gandalf
    -Freakout USA
    -The Diddys Ft. Paige Douglas
    -The People's People
    -Thesda
    -Glenwood Music Project aka Langley School Music Project
    -Ray Alexander Technique
    -Pyramids "Liabella"
    -King Solomon "Energy Crisis"
    -Hirijah
    -Marius Cultier "The Way"
    -Ted Coleman Band "Taking Care of Business"
    -The Variations "A Women's Blues"
    -Ritmo Sabor "Manteca"
    -Otis G. Johnson "Recieve The Power"
    -Robert Brown and the Politers
    -Temptation Rise
    -Hear O' Isreal
    -African American Jazz Ensemble
    -The Dance "Soul Force"
    -Coffey OST
    -S.O.U.L. "What Is It"
    -Jeff Phelps "Magnetic Eyes"
    -IGG Band
    -Vince Andrews "Honey Oh Love"
    -Toledo Scott Jazz Ensemble conducted by Augustus Walker



    Baller status!

  • DuderonomyDuderonomy Haut de la Garenne 7,255 Posts


    Does that have "Jive Elephant" on it?

  • Hein Huysmans Kwintet/Septet - S/T Lp
    The Mohawks - The Champ Lp
    Sapo - S/T Lp
    The Cash Makers Orchestra - Music For Orgies Lp
    Shaft In Africa OST lp
    Lyn Collins - Think lp
    Chicken Curry & His Pop orchestra - S/T Lp
    Cotton Comes To Harlem OST

  • Family and the increasing demands of my day job, kept a strutter from digging in 2007.

    I hear you big time!

    I would say my best finds came while on vacation, really the only time I had to dig:

    George Guzman "En Linea"
    Eddie Hernandez "All We Need is Love"
    Kent Gomez, Ricardo Ray, and Willie Rodriguez "Duelo Musical"
    Ricardo Ray and Bobby Cruz "Los Differentes"
    Joanne Garrett "Just a Taste"
    William Bell "Soul of a Bell" (thanks again R*b!)

    I would say that's the best of the best, wish I would've found more rock or soul records (actually money to pay for them because they were avaiable).
    Damn I need to get out more in '08!

  • billbradleybillbradley You want BBQ sauce? Get the fuck out of my house. 2,563 Posts


    Does that have "Jive Elephant" on it?

    I don't believe so. I'd check but I'm at work.

  • Some of the better ones sitting by my decks from the last year:

    DiMelo - S/T
    Wilson das Neves - Samba Tropi
    Dave Pike Set - Infra Red
    Phil Cohran - The Malcolm X Tribute
    Nathan Davis - If and Matatuka
    Gerry Weil - Quinteto de Jazz
    Ike and Tina Turner - Get It
    Hank Ballard - You Can't Keep a Good Man Down
    Osanna - L'Uomo
    Randy Holland - Cat Mind
    OST - Toomorrow
    OST - Banana Splits
    Jacob's Reunion - S/T
    V/A - Reggae in the Grass
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