August Finds ((rr))

LoopDreamsLoopDreams 1,193 Posts
edited August 2013 in Strut Central
Dog Days Diggin'. Or is it Dog's Age Diggin'? Only been able to poke my head in a few stores the last while what with workin' up in tundra land, but there's been some great stuff around. The G I funk is awesome, I remember giving it a pass when it came out ~ 10 yrs ago because the shop only had a CD, so I was pleased to see it used.





Got 4 of these off Carfagna last month, lovin the Shaws and the Pyramids.
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  • i generally pass on boboshaw, but i definitely am not familiar with his whole catalog

    i went into anew record shop in philly yesterday and walked out with nothing. $500 small talk at 125th street on the wall of anyone is interested :oof:

  • LoopDreamsLoopDreams 1,193 Posts
    I like these a lot: loose but still funky. They aren't to expensive either.

  • RishanRishan 443 Posts
    i'm embarrassed to ask, but how do you post pictures? this is gonna be my first contribution to a finds thread, purely because i'm not into technology, phones and such. sorry for probably the dumbest question ever asked on soulstrut

  • wolgand dauner "output" is a real come up. want to trade to me?

  • LaserWolfLaserWolf Portland Oregon 11,518 Posts
    EDIT:

    When you click the reply button above the text box are three lines, the first is Topic Title, the second is a line of code, the third is Font Formatting.

    Click on < img > you will get [ img ] [ /img ]. Paste your link (which will end in .jpg and look something like this; http://0.tqn.com/d/photography/1/5/d/I/-/-/how-to-embed-photos2.jpg) between the 2 [ img ]s.



    Hope this makes it easy.

    I added spaces inside the brackets for teaching purposes, they do not appear in the post otherwise.

  • LoopDreamsLoopDreams 1,193 Posts
    crabmongerfunk said:
    wolgand dauner "output" is a real come up. want to trade to me?

    what you been finding lately N*ah? I need to give the Dauner a couple more spins before I decide if it's a keeper: it's pretty unique. I'll keep u in mind. Unfortunately condition wise it's warped, made it cheap though : )

  • Got this today in a trade.

  • RishanRishan 443 Posts
    thanks LaserWolf!

    not strictly all from august, but after an 8 year digging hiatus, it's good to fall back into the habit. 2 or 3 are from discogs/ebay, thanks to a meagre pay rise, and a few things on the Catalyst label, which i've been into lately.



    from top left:

    Lee Morgan - s/t (blue label)
    Headhunters - Survival of the Fittest (Arista- minted up!)
    Ahmad Jamal - Outertimeinnerspace (Impulse)
    Bobby Hutcherson & Harold Land - San Francisco (Liberty press)
    Jackie McLean - Jacknife (2lp from the Blue Note reissue series)
    Harold Land - A New Shade of Blue (Mainstream)
    Bobby Hutcherson - Total Eclipse (blue label)
    Roy Haynes - Senyah (Mainstream)
    Eddie Harris - Excursions (Atlantic dbl)



    Ahmad Jamal - Oil Can Harry's (Catalyst)
    Pat Britt - Jazz From San Francisco (Crestview!)
    Pat Britt - Starsong (Catalyst)
    Hadley Caliman - Projecting (Catalyst)
    Gary Bartz - JuJu Man (Catalyst promo)
    Flip Nunez - My Own Space & Time (Catalyst)
    DJ Premier - New York Reality Check 101 (Payday 3lp)
    The Colored Section - Bomb MC (2lp with instrumentals)
    Frankenstein - UV (2ep with instrumentals)

  • RishanRishan 443 Posts
    oh well. i hope you can see them, cause i can't

  • ppadilhappadilha 1,952 Posts
    Rishan said:
    oh well. i hope you can see them, cause i can't

    looks like you put in the location for where they are on your computer. You need to upload them to a site like photobucket, then paste in the link for each photo.

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








  • RishanRishan 443 Posts
    ppadilha said:
    Rishan said:
    oh well. i hope you can see them, cause i can't

    looks like you put in the location for where they are on your computer. You need to upload them to a site like photobucket, then paste in the link for each photo.



    ah, okay, thanks, here we go...


    edit: fuck it! they ain't that special. y'all know what they look like...

  • LaserWolfLaserWolf Portland Oregon 11,518 Posts
    Keep trying, once you get it it's easy.

    it it.

  • RishanRishan 443 Posts





  • Rishan said:




    You just need the last part of the text, like from 'http://i1291.phot....'.

    :happyday:

  • ^S/O Laserwolf
    Good lookin on the tips
    ^^S/O Rishan
    Same thing here. Out of it for a minute. Opt'd out of the drunk record find post, due to foot/toes in pix. Back to old guy skratch pratice/ Barrett Jackson Phoenix. ..

  • Cheap score from today:

  • RishanRishan 443 Posts
    thanks bobo0016, props over here!

  • devoglamdevoglam 142 Posts
    LoopDreams said:

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    Nice finds! I've been looking for a vinyl copy of that Whitefield Brothers Lp for a while now - I'm holding out to find "In the Raw" in the wild and not have to resort to the Bay or similar.

    Here's some of my most recent bounty:

    Mary Wells - The Two Side Of (Atco, 1966)
    Ike Turner - Blues Roots (United Artists, 1972)
    The Whispers - Planets Of Life (Soul Clock, 1969)
    Ike Turner Presents The Family Vibes - Strange Fruit (United Artists, 1972)
    Butter 08 - S/T (Grand Royal, 1996)
    Merry Clayton - S/T (Ode, 1971)
    Young-Holt Unlimited - Just A Melody (Brunswick, 1969)
    Mary Wells - Two Lovers (Motown, 80's Re-issue?)
    Tom Robinson - Sector 27 (IRS, 1980)
    Flesh Eaters - No Questions Asked (Upsetter Records, 1980)
    Ruth White - Short Circuits (Angel, 1970)
    Betty Harris - In The Saddle (Charly, 1980)
    The Clash - Sandinista! (Epic, 1980) 3Lp
    The Clash - Give 'Em Enough Rope (Epic, 1978)
    Ted Taylor - Taylor Made (Ronn, 1972)
    The O'Jays - Super Bad (Little Star, 1971?)

    Super stoked to find that O'jays album. The cover is next level!


    Pure Buckwheat Honey - S/T (Super K, 1969)
    Roy Orbison - The Very Best Of (Monument, 1966)
    Roy Orbison - More of Roy Orbison's Greatest Hits (Monument, 1966)
    The New Style - Scuffin' Those Knees 12" (MVA, 1989)
    Awesome Dre And The Hardcore Committee - AD's Revenge (Strictly Roots, 1993)
    Georgie Rizzo - Only Me (GWP Records, 1971)
    The Motions - Electric Baby (Philips, 1969)
    King Tee - Act A Fool (Capitol, 1988)
    The Wreckin' Cru - Surgery 12" (Kru-Cut Records, 1984)
    Jack Bruce - Things We Like (Polydor, 1970)
    The New Mix - S/T (United, 1968)
    King Tee - At Your Own Risk (Capitol, 1990)
    Redman - Dare Iz A Darkside (Rush, 1994)
    Lakim Shabazz - Pure Righteousness (Tuff City, 1988)
    The Egyptian Lover - King Of Ecstasy: His Greatest Hits Album (Egyptian Empire, 1989)

    A handful of the rap albums came from online auction splurges... trying to minimize shipping costs and maximize intake.


    Magic - S/T (Rare Earth, 1971)
    Silk - Smooth As Raw Silk (ABC, 1969)
    George Duke - Guardian Of The Light (Epic, 1983)
    The Impressions - Finally Got Myself Together (Curtom, 1974)
    Western Flier - Hapshash And The Coloured Coat (Imperial, 1969)
    David T. Walker - Going Up (Revue, 1969)
    Strutt - Time Moves On (Brunswick, 1976)
    Sly & The Family Stone - Fresh (Epic, 1973)
    Herbie Hancock - The Prisoner (Blue Note, 1969)
    Touch - S/T (Coliseum, 1968)
    Chris Spedding - Backwood Progression (Harvest, 1970) --- signed
    Sparky Rucker - Cold And Lonesome On A Train (June Appal, 1977)
    Maceo - Us!! (People, 1973)
    Budgie - Squawk (Kapp, 1972)
    Budgie - S/T (Kapp, 1971)
    Donald Byrd - Ethiopian Knights (Blue Note, 1972)

    Of this grip I've been most impressed with the Budgie Lp's, the Sparky Rucker album, and the Touch S/T record. I had never heard either Fresh or Ethiopian Knights, and both are incredible to my ears. Sadly, I brought the George Duke home just a day or so before he passed (RIP).

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


    This spool was a broken clothes rod nailed to a board. It was part of a collection I bought months ago but couldn't fit in my car. Nothing crazy found it it so far but it's a solid collection of soul and funk 45s.

  • LewisLewis Connecticut 101 Posts
    finally some good records for good prices at an actual record shop!

    the only e-digs are the Mel Brown and the Hi Fidelity Dub Sessions Chapter 1


  • fejmelbafejmelba 1,139 Posts
    finally going to thrifts payed off again.
    aug1

    aug2
    the melodia 10" i picked out of a set of mainly classics. it was a good pick. it contains some nice yeye stuff.
    aug3



  • cheap and clean essentials

  • $6.99 Struttin in shrink?!?!

    :oh_my:

  • strataspherestratasphere Blastin' the Nasty 1,033 Posts
    BallzDeep said:


    cheap and clean essentials


    You caught a deal on that Meters record. I paid 20.00 for my copy and 20.00 for an unplayed copy of The Pharoahs Awakening on Scarab a few years back.

  • TheKindCromang said:
    $6.99 Struttin in shrink?!?!

    :oh_my:

    Yeah, pretty happy. Doesn't happen often around here.
    This spots pricing is so WTF.
    The Miles was behind an Amandla for twice as much.

  • billbradleybillbradley You want BBQ sauce? Get the fuck out of my house. 2,563 Posts
    A couple thrift store finds


    $4.99 Centrex by Pioneer 8 track receiver


    $3.93 Ernie Ball volume pedal

  • BallzDeep said:
    TheKindCromang said:
    $6.99 Struttin in shrink?!?!

    :oh_my:

    Yeah, pretty happy. Doesn't happen often around here.
    This spots pricing is so WTF.
    The Miles was behind an Amandla for twice as much.

    Zia?

  • walter_chron said:


    Zia?

    :shh:
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