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Thursday, 5 May 2016

Reverand Needmore & The Almighty Bucks - The P.T.L. Has Gone To Hell (So Where Do I Send The Money) / Revered Needmore & The Almighty Bucks - The P.T.L. Has Gone To Hell (So Where Do I Send The Money) Backwards




I have no information about this record.

In the late 60's/early 70's there were a number of records issued that the track on the "B" side was  played backwards.

Reverand Needmore & The Almighty Bucks - The P.T.L. Has Gone To Hell (So Where Do I Send The Money)

Revered Needmore & The Almighty Bucks - The P.T.L. Has Gone To Hell (So Where Do I Send The Money) Backwards


Janine De Waleyne & Her Martenot - Faces In The Dark / Farewell Christina



I'll be honest I had to look up what a Martenot was.
http://www.thomasbloch.net/en_ondes-martenot.html

This record was issued in May 1960 it was reissued on the Oriole label in November 1960



Enrico Musiani -O Dio Del Cielo /A Repporto





I have on information about this record it was a recent Charity shop purchase while searching through the records I did reunite the record with its sleeve.


Wednesday, 4 May 2016

Robie Lester With Don Ralke & His Orchestra - The Ballad Of Cheatin' John / The Miracle Of Life





Early issue Polydor records are rare beasts as usually the only one's you find are the ones by Crazy Otto. This 1961 release sounds a bit dated now.




Tuesday, 3 May 2016

Tsai Chin - School In Cheltenham / Any Old Iron




This was the first record I posted when Istarted the blog in 2010 this record came from a St Philomena's Boot Sale I had not then decided that I would collect Comedy/Novelty records I added this one to the pile as it was 10 records for £1 I had 9 it was the chinese writing on the label that made me add this record to make the 10. Released 1963.


 Yesterdays Boot Sale was a little bit dissapointing only taking up half the field, previous Bank Holiday Boot Sales have filled up the main field and three quarters of the next field and on into the main car park one of the first stalls that had any records had just one box all the records were on the "London Label" I got about 50 records for £20 in all I brought about 150 records, one seller had a box of records all neatly labeled and priced but £10 for a copy of Kenn Dodd's Tears (the most common record) is a little steep.



I have always said you can get almost anything at a Boot Sale one person hadb a giant jar of Jelly Beans I did not ask how much they were priced at they were on sale at TK Max just before Christmas at £44.