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  • ElectrodeElectrode Los Angeles 3,096 Posts
    That is a nice score. I'm especially tickled by the Everclear jukebox 45. What even were the 90s? Everclear on 45. The fuck.

    I got a kick out of that too. And I thought an orange Ren & Stimpy 45 was peak 90s oddity.


  • billbradleybillbradley You want BBQ sauce? Get the fuck out of my house. 2,891 Posts
    That is a nice score. I'm especially tickled by the Everclear jukebox 45. What even were the 90s? Everclear on 45. The fuck.

    I didn't expect to see that one mixed in thousands of mostly country 45s.


  • ElectrodeElectrode Los Angeles 3,096 Posts
    First time in Rio and outside of North America in general. I have a lot more to show, but I'll save that for next week.

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  • billbradleybillbradley You want BBQ sauce? Get the fuck out of my house. 2,891 Posts
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  • ElectrodeElectrode Los Angeles 3,096 Posts
    I gave this a good listen yesterday for the first time. Before I was only familiar with the first one but I lost the CD years ago. Condition? Found in Texas, I assume.

  • billbradleybillbradley You want BBQ sauce? Get the fuck out of my house. 2,891 Posts
    Electrode said:
    I gave this a good listen yesterday for the first time. Before I was only familiar with the first one but I lost the CD years ago. Condition? Found in Texas, I assume.

    Yes, I found it in Beaumont, TX. It's a really strong VG+. There's a slight mark on one side but otherwise looks glossy. I'll probably end up selling it at the next Austin Record Convention. I have a mono copy of Psychedelic Sounds and a copy of Bull of the Woods also but they are both rough. 

    Electrode

  • No messin about, 4 glorious Detroit 45's

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  • Leon Ware on the label is always a mark of quality. Nice finds.

  • ElectrodeElectrode Los Angeles 3,096 Posts
    Leon Ware on the label is always a mark of quality. Nice finds.

    Dennis "Coffee", too.


  • ElectrodeElectrode Los Angeles 3,096 Posts


    A majority of these are Christmas gifts. The first three Brazilian records are reissues, of course. I'm fortunate to have friends who are on my same wavelength. "Alan Parsons Project" is their "debut" (/Dr. Evil). Hummingbird is Bernard Purdie with Jeff Beck's crew. Rare Bird has one of the best Morricone versions I have heard. I saw Andrea Centazzo play with his trio at a local universalist church last week. It was real solid of him to sell me his last copy and to throw in some of his "best of" sampler CDs from his Ictus label. He even signed an bio insert on an Italian jazz comp I found in the dollar bin a few years back. Also pictured is Bayete's auto, who I also met recently.

    klezmer electro-thug beatsJimsterketan

  • Damn man, I do NOT have enough record people on gift-giving terms with me in my life.

  • ElectrodeElectrode Los Angeles 3,096 Posts


    I just got back after spending four days in São Paulo, which is not enough. MoogMan, who used to post here years ago, accompanied me at a shopping center across the street from the Municipal Theater which has almost an entire second floor dedicated to record shops. Unfortunately, there is only so much time and so much cash. The Lô Borges is the '87 second press but preferable to the original that was going for five times as much. Plus it includes a ticket for a concert-in-the-park of his from July 27, 1986 (hope I have nothing planned that night! haha) a previous owner left in there.
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  • billbradleybillbradley You want BBQ sauce? Get the fuck out of my house. 2,891 Posts
    I went on a week long trip driving Texas Route 67 across Texas from Texarkana to Presidio with a bunch of VW friends. I didn't have much time to dig for records but was able to stop a couple times in thrift stores. These are the highlights.







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  • ketanketan Warmly booming riffs 3,105 Posts
    Berkowitz Hop - Capital Punishment 

  • Mal CMal C 3 Posts
    nice collectable track that 'Sounds of Night', good psych record. If you like that, might I suggest this... "Christian Brothers - The Last Hour"  Bit more manic, but simular harmonies, and great intro :-)
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  • Mal CMal C 3 Posts

    This has caused a bit of a stir in soul circles lately, originally a cover version of a Motown song, Marvin Gaye and Four Tops did versions.

    But was also cut by 'Jimmy McFarland on RPR records, a good west coast label. Turns out the Steve Benson the producer had put it out locally on Strictly Soul Summit label, which loads of us had never seen before. Then it turns out that Betty Willis - Gone with the wind (Is My love also came out on that label, post Mojo records. Thats a collectable label with two super rarities... anyhow, gaze in wonder, it's a real nice label this one...



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HwYys7o-JDY





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  • I dig the surf to summit design

  • ppadilhappadilha 2,241 Posts


    a few $1 finds from a yard sale just down the block from me a few weeks back

    Electrodebillbradley

  • JimsterJimster Cruffiton.etsy.com 6,919 Posts

    Caught up with TomO, late of these parts, and his band Resolution 88 last week.  This set is a tribute to that Mizell "Sky High" sound.  Not bad seats either.

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  • ElectrodeElectrode Los Angeles 3,096 Posts
    Nothing much lately, but I found this cheap in excellent condition. I bought the AEoC LP a while back, but I got it signed by Roscoe Mitchell when I saw him play last weekend.
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  • ketanketan Warmly booming riffs 3,105 Posts
    i've learned about a lot of deep cuts on the the strut, so i'm really going to miss the finds (and the thraeds extolling and expounding on teh raers).  here's a few recent pickups from a trip to lyon, various thrifts around ontario and the mailbox.

    case in point - thx Jimster for writing about the Ogerman! 

    top three are the private mindgarden legendary 1994 run of Luke Vibert as Wagon Christ, just before it all came together on his debut album.  once he moved that project off Rising High, it was never the same... much less weird. 

    Reset remains endlessly listenable.  if you're into 60s vocal groups, the album will melt into your subconscious around those bits, which makes sense since Pete Kember got inspired by the intros of his favs (via Pitckfjork):

    Initiated during the doldrums of 2020, Reset found its genesis when Kember noticed that the intros of certain songs seemed to have “a lot of juice to them,” as Lennox puts it. What would happen, Kember wondered, if they drew out that energy to the length of a song, using skeletal, one- or two-chord loops as the foundation? “He’d send me the loops, then I would send back the blueprint of the song,” Lennox says.

    “It was deep dreaming, really,” Kember adds, citing the neural network that draws surreal, fractal-like patterns out of digital images, like X-rays of some hidden essence. “If you heard the original loop with just the vocal, it had most of the powers already. Right from the start, you could tell that something was happening.

    you can't really read the text, but the lower row is a copy of Teh Harder They Come, a friend's latest release and John Beltran on Text.


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  • JimsterJimster Cruffiton.etsy.com 6,919 Posts
    Glad you pulled "Gate of Dreams".  I didn't come across it until about ten years ago and the moods really hit me.  I had "Cityscapes" with Brecker before, but this is nicer.

    If I'd have had heard it 20/25 years ago I would have skipped it as easy listening.  I guess such nuances are how we mature and get wiser.  We recognise something in the chords that we didn't have in life earlier?

    Last person I spoke about Claus with was Gareth Donkin, he was opening for Raquel Rodriguez.  Nice to know the youngins have heard of him.  He's going for an MJ vibe so he's gone down the Quincy Jones rabbit hole.


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