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Re: What's On Your Turntable or MPD Right NOW (continued)??

Post by SID » Sun Jul 29, 2018 7:18 pm

Butthole Surfers - Piouhgd - Rough Trade - 1991

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Re: What's On Your Turntable or MPD Right NOW (continued)??

Post by rooster » Mon Jul 30, 2018 2:54 am

Tarheel Slim was really Alden Bunn (real name, Allen Bunn a name which he also recorded under) who was the guitarist/baritone voice with the R&B/vocal group, The Larks in the early 1950's (on the Apollo label). When The Larks Disbanded Bunn recorded Blues for the Apollo and Fury labels and later had an R&B Chart hit (in 1959) as Tarheel Slim And Little Ann on the Fire label. Little Ann (real name Anna Lee Sandford) was Bunn's wife. The duo had recorded as The Lovers For both parent label Aladdin and subsidiary Lamp labels and had a number of releases on The Fire label into the early 1960's. Bunn was rediscovered in the early 1970's and played some of the smaller blues festivals as an acoustic guitarist. He recorded this LP in 1975 and died of throat cancer in 1977. Now that I've added more info than you want or need, let me just say, this is an excellent album of fairly mellow blues. rooster recommended.


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A tune I'm familiar with since 56 years now

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  • I started cataloging the letter "D" yesterday and detected some really nice 7" singles and E.P.s that I listened to as a kid. I was allowed to listen to a radio show at the tender age of 10 or so show before I had to sleep . . .
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    A-side:
    • 'Je L'Attends (King Of Clowns)' / 'Que Sont Devenues Les Fleurs (Where Have All The Flowers Gone)'
    B-side:
    • 'Le Jour Le Plus Long' / 'Petit Éléphant Twist (Baby Elephant Walk)'

    • Dalida . (FR Barclay - 70 471, 1962)

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Contemporary psych from FdM (3 x 10" vinyl recordings)

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  • Arrived with the mail yesterday, my latest order of "Fruits de Mer":
    • 'Cromlech Chronicles III' - Sendelica . (UK 'Fruits de Mer' | Regal Crabomophone, Winkle 32, 2018)

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Re: What's On Your Turntable or MPD Right NOW (continued)??

Post by B_big. » Wed Aug 08, 2018 7:47 am

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  • A Dutch friend from a different forum reminded me on them the other day . . .

    • 'Songs From Wasties Orchard' - Magna Carta . (UK Vertigo - 6360 040, ?) it's a reissue, the date of release isn't stated.

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U.S. swingin' vocal jazz from 1957

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  • Yesterday I continued the cataloging of my 7" singles. (letter "D") and found some really nice big band swing gems.

    • 'Tangerine' / 'Silk Stockings' - Tommy Dorsey & Orchestra featuring Jimmy Dorsey . (US Bell - 47, 1957)

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The swing continues (instrumental) from 1959

Post by B_big. » Thu Aug 09, 2018 9:28 am

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  • Not really a scarce recording, but I love, beside the fantastic songs, the cover picture, which implies nothing but rhythm . . .

    • Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra . (DE Brunswick - 10 161 EPB, 1959)

    • A-side:
      • 'Tea For Two Cha Cha' / 'Cha Cha Cha For Gia'

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      • 'Dansero' / 'Patricia



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The swing continues (instrumental) from 1959

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  • Not really a scarce recording, but I love, beside the fantastic songs, the cover picture, which implies nothing but rhythm . . .

    • Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra . (DE Brunswick - 10 161 EPB, 1959)

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      • 'Tea For Two Cha Cha' / 'Cha Cha Cha For Gia'

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      • 'Dansero' / 'Patricia



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Continue swinging - 1959

Post by B_big. » Thu Aug 09, 2018 6:20 pm

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  • Now it's the third E.P. of him, that I share with you:

    • Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra . (DE Brunswick - EPC-1229-3, 1959)
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    • A-side:
      • 'Who?' / 'Royal Garden Blues'

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      • 'Once In A While' / 'Opus No. 1'

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The genuine English "bad" boys of 1965)

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  • A 'Norton' mono reissued of some of their 7" E.P.s in 1999! (Originally released in 1964 on Fontana - TF 469)

    • 'Rosalyn' - The Pretty Things . (US Norton - EP-501, 1999)

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