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Posted: Apr 27, 2008 5:14 pm
 
Found an original copy of "Go Bo Diddley" today in an antique store.

FOR ONE DOLLAR!
Posted: Apr 27, 2008 5:45 pm
 
We saw this today at a record store.
Posted: Apr 27, 2008 5:53 pm
 
ha... someone gave me a copy of that a long time ago.
Posted: May 14, 2008 6:30 pm
 
Scored today at the grand opening of a Salvation Army up the road from me for $15.99!

http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b99/ledisquaire/100_0935.jpg

http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b99/ledisquaire/100_0936.jpg

Also, got these records at the same Sal-Arm today (along with a nice stack of Bowie bootlegs (!!!) and the 1st ZZ Top and an early Kris Kristofferson alb and a few other things):

http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b99/ledisquaire/100_0938.jpg

And these three yesterday at another thrift store:

http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b99/ledisquaire/100_0941.jpg
Posted: May 14, 2008 7:51 pm
 
you know if you just go to the dead people's houses you can take the stuff for free
Posted: May 14, 2008 7:56 pm | Edited by: Womb Raider
 
Posted: May 14, 2008 9:49 pm | Edited by: Shaun A
 
Posted: May 15, 2008 4:58 am
 
At the car boot sale in Bath on Sunday, I picked up an original 45 of The Monks' Cuckoo for 50p! Amazed, I was!
Posted: May 15, 2008 6:24 am
 
Found this today for 10p!

I got one too! just misplaced it before I took the pics.

At the car boot sale in Bath on Sunday, I picked up an original 45 of The Monks' Cuckoo for 50p! Amazed, I was!

that's fucking great man! congrats on that!
Posted: May 17, 2008 12:46 pm
 
You found those records at a Salvation Army?!?!?!


Total score
Posted: May 17, 2008 1:35 pm | Edited by: Joe Diddley
 
i can still barely believe it. not that the bottom three in the first pic are any good, but the otis' and the "in cold blood" ost? dude! and bowie boots? what??? and the three in the last pic all have SICK dj cuts.
Posted: May 17, 2008 2:05 pm
 
sick, dood

did you upload em to your ipod yet?
Posted: May 17, 2008 2:12 pm
 
i might get one in 2033 if salvation army is still around.
Posted: May 17, 2008 2:15 pm
 
by that time all the djs will be back to using the VIEWMASTER!!!!!!
Posted: May 17, 2008 2:25 pm
 
Scored today at the grand opening of a Salvation Army up the road from me for $15.99!

God damn, you lucky bastard. You could sell that Marantz on ebay for over $200. I just picked up a refurbished 2215B from a guy around here for $75...old Marantz' RULE.
Posted: May 17, 2008 2:38 pm
 
the chrome cap to the loudness button is missing on it (button still works though). otherwise vg++!
Posted: May 17, 2008 10:34 pm
 
god, the thrift store vinyl around here is shit. fuck you, hipsters! I bet if they found a Bo Diddley record they'd make it into some sort of ironic "craft" lampshade.
Posted: May 18, 2008 2:03 am
 
what you think i did with mines? i glued it to da wall and got all jackson pollack on it. record weren't no good no how.
Posted: May 18, 2008 11:51 pm
 
Well, who knew?
I was going through my old records, picked up Classic Yes; never needed to open it, asit's a"greatest hits" sort of thing (and, well, I've got just about everything of theirs), and I'm a fan of deeper cuts, so what's the point, right?
Dig it. It came with a live 7" as well. Never knew that. Great condition, too.

SCORE!
Posted: May 19, 2008 1:23 am
 
c'mon Jack
everybody knows
THE FIRST CUT IS THE DEEPEST
Posted: May 19, 2008 1:45 pm | Edited by: Joe Pestilence
 
"I bet if they found a Bo Diddley record they'd make it into some sort of ironic "craft" lampshade."

Welcome to Portland!
Posted: Jul 9, 2008 2:04 pm | Edited by: Joe Diddley
 
Just got back from a crazy warehouse in a beautiful residential area. The guy had horses and all kidsa cool stuff on the outside. I'll be posting christine's and my finds from there in a few hours. Until then, these are the records me and the wife got from a him a couple weeks ago at his record stall in another town in PA. Not sure which list is gona be better. couldn't be happier:

My Finds-
Willie Hobbs and the Dirte Four "On The Move/ Gloria" (Mercury) Slamming up-tempo hammond funk b/w a great kooky garage-soul version of Them's classic.
Alvin Cash "Keep On Dancing" (Toddlin' Town) TWO COPIES! Styrene press. Been meaning to replace the one I sold for about 6 years now.
Winfield Parker "Shake That Thing" (Arctic) HOLY COW! Can't believe I found this. Monster mid-to-down-tempo funky soul. Super tough!
C & The Shells "You Can't Do That To Me" (Zanzee) Not really my kinda thing, but I'm glad to have it.
Dave Cortez and the Moon People "Happy Soul with a Hook" (Speed) Identical to the Moon People's "Hippie Skippy Moon Strut" but with Dave's crazy organ instead of the vocal shouts. Traded the Moon People version to Brian Poust a couple years ago, so I'm really happy to kinda have it back.
Effie Smith "Harper Valley PTA Gossip" b/w "The Natural" (Eee Cee) Great two sider funk/ blues novelties.
Funkadelic "Loose Booty" (Westbound) WLP!
Kai Winding "Comin' Home Baby" (Verve) Groovy and surf-ey uptempo version.
The People's Choice "I Likes To Do It" (Phil-L.A. of Soul) Classic loungey funk instro. De La Soul sample. Once again, replacing a copy I got rid of years ago.
The Delegates "Pigmy Pt. 1" (Aura) Is there a part II? The flip is called "The Peeper." Haha. Raw lounge (huh?) with great hammond and a solid bossa rhythm.

Christine's finds-
Red Prysock "Groovy Sax" (Junior) Tough and funky sax instro with nice drums.
Kim Tolliver "Get A Little Soul" (Sure-Shot) Cool funky soul on a drop-dead GOREOUS label. Damn!
Bobby Bland "Honey Child" (Duke) Completely classy and downright groovy r&b/ Belgium Poporn. Tops!
Earnest Jackson "Love and Happiness" (Stone) Amazing primitive yet solidly played version. Awesome club sound! I hate to use the "f" word, but it's fuckin' FAT.
Egyptian Combo "Rockin' Little Egypt" (Norman) Cool rock-xotica instro.
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Posted: Jul 9, 2008 3:43 pm
 
Pennsy is definitely the lost vein for vinyl

and I'm not just talking about East Stroudsburg
Posted: Jul 9, 2008 9:26 pm
 
Warehouse find! Everything below was $1-$5. Most were $1. Nuts!

Mine:
Bo Diddley "Bo Diddley"
Bo Diddley "Road Runner"
Bo Diddley "Say man"
Bo Diddley "Ooh Baby" (2 copies)
The Clovers "Cocksuckers Ball" (boot) FUCK YEAH! SO DIRTY! Trim that 45 hole!
The Superlatives "I Don't Know How" (Westbound) Massive funky group soul sound! I think this is a cheap record. I don't know how I lived without this for so long. This thing must be famous, cuz it's undeniably fucking AWESOME.
Isley Brothers "The Snake" (Wand) Classic! Groovy mod r&b. Been meaning to pick this up for awhile.
Jimmy McCracklin "The Walk" (Checker) Dirty stroller. Great sleaze-oid later nighter!
The Bangers "Baby Let Me Bang Your Box" (Boardwalk) Another classic. Stupid and filthy frat soul. You all know it. I've actually been avoiding buying this for a long time cuz I get sick of it real quick, but it was a dollar and it does rule. I guess this copy is a late boot. Red Wax.
Hank Marr "The Watusi Stroll" (Federal) INTENSE and slightly exotic r&b go-go instro. Great percussion, a screaming hammond break and flat out HONKING sax make this one a sure shot!
The Turbans "The Wadda-Do" (Herald) Great late-night cha cha cha r&b clave clacker!
Moonglows "Chickie Um Bah" (Chess) I want all my records to sound like this! Rhythm and Blues Mambo with a killer sax break. As close as I can get to "Cha Wailey Routa" without having it. Swingin'!
The Kingsmen "The Cat Walk b/w Conga Rock" (East West) Not THOSE Kingsmen... Conga Rock is a pretty goofy novelty rock'n'xotica track and the flip is a flippped down tempo jungle exotica type guitar ripper! Great!!!
Ganim's Asia Minors "Daddy Lolo" (East West) WOW! All time classic Jungle Exotica oriental lock'n'loll titty shaker! Promo copy but I have a feeling they all were.
The Viceroys "Granny's Medley" (Bolo) Stupid frat augo-go medley instro. I feel like they're djing for me! Good sound, but too long. Fun anyway. You'd have to be a moron to play this for your friends and think you're still on top of it.
Phil and the Frantics "Say That You Will" (Ara) Garage as fuck! Are you still cool enough to dig minor key Farfisas, snot and ineptitude? Or would you rather listen to Uplift Mofo Party Pooper? The choice is yours.

Christine's:
Bobby Fuller Four "I Fought The Law b/w Little Annie Lou" (Mustang) The Texas rock'n'roll equivalent of the Bar-Kays "Soul Finger" 45! It's all I can think of to describe how imortant and massive this single is.
The Ran-Dells "Martian Hop" (Chairman) E.T. goes D.O.O.W.O.P.!
Doc Bagby "Dumplin's" (Okeh) Way downtempo, way raunchy-o. Is there gravel in that sax? Gimme anudda rusty nail, 'tender!
Harlow Wilcox and the Oakies "Groovy Grubworm" (Plantation) Jed Clampett gets Link Wray. Ineptitude? Insectitude!
Little Wille John "Take My Love" (King) Completely mental r&b with cowbells, caveman tambourine and the LOWEST guitar solo ever. Or is that A bari sax? Dunno, but it's reeeeeeeally loooooow. Three wiskeys and this one's twistin' your cap back, jack!
Chuck Berry "Little Queenie" (Chess) Is this the grandaddy of all rock'n'roll sexuality? It must be, cuz my dick is hard!
Phil Flowers "No Kissin' At The Hop" (Wing) Has this cat ever made a bad record? Cuz this is as good as all the ones we can't find originals of. Slamming r&b screamer with nods to the hits and a ridicuously bad ass guitar break that just don't stop! Ahem... this is a party record.
Neal and the Newcomers "Rockin' Pneumonia" (Hall-Way) I hear these guys are actually Bill Haley's band. Loud and harsh Huey Smith style swamp-grinder. Yeah!

There were recs we dug out that we have dupes of, like the Gestures "Run Run Run" (that the Cheater Slicks covered) and some other cool shit). Only wanted to list the important shit.

Also, Christine got this box and I think I'll be poisoning her and taking it for myself:
http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b99/ledisquaire/100_0977.jpg
http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b99/ledisquaire/100_0976.jpg
Posted: Jul 9, 2008 9:28 pm
 
good on yer!
thats quite a haul!!!!
Posted: Jul 9, 2008 9:29 pm
 
Bobby Fuller Four


the most underrated band, this side of doug sahm, a name i never see referred to on Goner Board
Posted: Jul 9, 2008 9:35 pm
 
its also a great sounding single. theres no way it wouldnt have been a hit considering how well mastered the original vinyl is. its LOUD, baby!!! beats the fuck outta the re-channeled for stereo mix they play on the radio...
Posted: Jul 9, 2008 9:36 pm
 
sir douglas quintet is ok only for me, and takes a turn for the bad with mendocino...
Posted: Jul 9, 2008 9:38 pm
 
its also a great sounding single. theres no way it wouldnt have been a hit considering how well mastered the original vinyl is. its LOUD, baby!!!


have you heard the "love makes a fool of you" single? it might be the loudest record i got.

sir douglas quintet is ok only for me, and takes a turn for the bad with mendocino...


have you heard their version of "bacon fat?" it rules! i don't like much sir doug, but this one is it!
Posted: Jul 9, 2008 9:39 pm
 
sir douglas quintet is ok only for me, and takes a turn for the bad with mendocino...

wrong.
Posted: Jul 9, 2008 9:39 pm
 
havent heard either of them but i'll keep my eyes open...
Posted: Jul 9, 2008 9:41 pm
 
ears, brother

and he rules
Posted: Jul 9, 2008 9:42 pm
 
and he rules


i wouldn't go that far.
Posted: Jul 9, 2008 9:51 pm
 
The Turbans "The Wadda-Do" (Herald) Great late-night cha cha cha r&b clave clacker!
i jus picked these up yesterday in pitts for super cheap at jerrys! i got that bo diddley for 5 bucks and it's near mint!SCORE..

the turbans "the best of featuring when you dance"
the dovells"for your hully gully party"
sonny lester"how to belly dance for your husband"little egypt
bo diddley"have guitar will travel"checker lp hi-fidelity
the tornadoes"telstar"45
the marketts"surfers stomp"45
bobby freeman/king curtis split"c'mon and swim"45
Posted: Jul 9, 2008 9:55 pm
 
sonny lester"how to belly dance for your husband"little egypt

the first song on this is one of my faves when i do "lounge" parties.

bo diddley"have guitar will travel"checker lp hi-fidelity

DUDE!

the tornadoes"telstar"45

flip it over!
Posted: Jul 9, 2008 10:01 pm
 
wrong.
sold the lp for a dollar. it mostly sucked.
Posted: Jul 9, 2008 10:01 pm
 
the tornadoes"telstar"45

flip it over!


jungle fever is kill!
Posted: Jul 9, 2008 11:07 pm
 
NICE!

love jungle fever. meek goes mad!
Posted: Jul 9, 2008 11:08 pm
 
madder than that way overrated "space" lp he did, for sure!
Posted: Jul 10, 2008 12:08 am
 
Bobby Fuller Four

the most underrated band, this side of doug sahm, a name i never see referred to on Goner Board


yes, exactly; I found an old Rhino best-of LP by them last week at our antique mall in town for $6 and I love that shit!! (prior to that, I had only heard "I Fought the Law" and the LP it was on; but I only heard the LP once- at Ryan Kill-A-Watt's house- so I had forgotten the rest of it)

as for me, I also picked up a couple Eddie Cochran LPs- both from the early '80s, but at least they're in MONO and not "digitally remastered" right?! one of them is Belgian and is called C'mon Everybody and the other one is a double called Legendary Masters Series; I already had an Eddie Cochran singles collection on CD, but I had never heard most of the songs on these LPs- I paid $20 for the pair, but they're in awesome condition and are really great finds for the town I live in

I fucking love Eddie Cochran!! uh oh, here I go being enthusiastic again...
Posted: Jul 10, 2008 12:21 am
 
yes, "Jungle Fever" is fucking cool; but I dunno if I would be so quick to write off I Hear A New World (the "space" record you're referring to)- that was the first Meek stuff I ever knowingly heard and I was absolutely blown away!!

I'm kind of a Meek nerd anyway; I wrote a paper about him for school (when I was studying audio engineering) and taught my instructor something new for once- to him, Joe Meek was just a brand of studio gear and he never realized that Meek was a real person (I burned him a CD of various Meek stuff, including all of that album and "Telstar"; I would've included "Jungle Fever", but I wanted him to hear the hit- even my parents remember "Telstar"!!)

I also have that big Joe Meek boxset, but I haven't listened to it yet...
Posted: Jul 10, 2008 6:24 am
 
Bobby Fuller Four

the most underrated band, this side of doug sahm, a name i never see referred to on Goner Board

yes, exactly; I found an old Rhino best-of LP by them last week

...

the two new bf4 lp's on norton are great! one is live and completely rips!way more than i figured an early r&r live lp could. the other is a collection of rare stuff/ outtakes and really kills. i never knew too much of his stuff (aside from his story that i read in kicks) before i got these.

I dunno if I would be so quick to write off I Hear A New World

i heard it too late. meaning, after hearing way too many other great space records, and this one, musically, did not live up to the hype. especially comparing it to "countdown" by jimmy haskell, which is very similar.
Posted: Jul 10, 2008 10:18 am
 
The Superlatives "I Don't Know How" (Westbound) Massive funky group soul sound! I think this is a cheap record. I don't know how I lived without this for so long. This thing must be famous, cuz it's undeniably fucking AWESOME.


Here it is!
Posted: Jul 10, 2008 10:37 am | Edited by: elle
 
i can hardly find any good records around at the salvation army stores here, but occasionally i do find some there. i scored some really great records the other week at a yard sale. i found an hombre's 45 of "let it out" and chantels and a buncha other stuff besides. pretty awesome. and they were all a quarter a piece. ended up spending 10 bucks.
Posted: Jul 10, 2008 2:30 pm
 
I got a shoebox full of Archie & DC comics digests for $5. The Archie ones contain lots of Dan DeCarlo's 60's & 70's stuff, but the favorite -for now- is DC's "Superman Battles Weird Villains." It sports a cover with Bizarro clobbering the Man Of Steel while Toyman, Gorilla Grodd, and Solomon Grundy cheer him on. Me am so happy me gonna cry !
Posted: Jul 10, 2008 2:44 pm
 
Damn, Joe. I is green with envy. Make us a comp!! I'll send you money.
Posted: Jul 10, 2008 3:29 pm
 
yes, JD, I do want to check out those other Bobby Fuller Four records you mentioned; I think Goner was selling them for a minute, but they had kinda slipped my mind- records tend to do that when I don't get around to buying them, yunno

I've heard of that Jimmy Haskell record you mention, but I have never heard it (or even seen it); I think Dusty Groove had the CD and that's where I know the name from- it was Japanese if I recall, so the damn thing was $40 or something and I just didn't wanna take the chance...

the last really exciting thing I found in a thrift store around here was either The Seeds' Future LP for a quarter (in pretty reasonable condition, actually) or Syd Barrett's Opel CD for a dollar; both at Salvation Army here in town
Posted: Jul 10, 2008 4:04 pm
 
I think Dusty Groove had the CD

they had wax repros years ago and that's how i got mine. i think it was only about $10.



Make us a comp!!

as soon as i get my cd-r hooked up to my new reciever (i've been putting this off for a month) and get some blank cds i'll make a comp and post it.
Posted: Jul 12, 2008 8:32 am
 
Willie Hobbs and the Dirte Four "On The Move/ Gloria" (Mercury) Slamming up-tempo hammond funk b/w a great kooky garage-soul version of Them's classic.

how does this reissue sound? Im always wary of those mercury styrene pressings...got that sizzle that cannot be EQ'd out
Posted: Jul 12, 2008 9:08 am
 
mine sound fine. no sizle, except on de flo'. what was the 1st label?
Posted: Jul 12, 2008 9:34 am
 
Charay...Major Bill, the impresario of Charay and LeCam and bunch of other labels had a huge hit with Bruce Channel "Hey Baby" on LeCam, Mercury Licensed it and put it out on smash...well, thinking they scored a Fort Worth version of Ahmet Ertegun, Mercury licensed and reissued a shit ton of Major Bill's releases (pretty sure nothing else even made a dent however)...which is why you can find weird ass suicide soul that sounds like it was recorded in a closet like Carorlyn Sullivan's "Dead"(Major Bill released this a few times under different names like Cresa Watson) on Mercury...
Posted: Jul 12, 2008 9:40 am
 
oh yeah, i forgot it says charay in small print on the merc label. i always thought Carorlyn Sullivan's "Dead" was on Phillips.
Posted: Jul 12, 2008 11:15 am
 
oh yeah, i forgot it says charay in small print on the merc label. i always thought Carorlyn Sullivan's "Dead" was on Phillips.

on mercury also...
Posted: Jul 12, 2008 12:17 pm
 
just scored these at a garage sale in perfect condition for fifty cents apiece:

Public Image Ltd.- The Greatest Hits So Far
The Presidents Of the United States Of America- s/t
v/a- Juju Roots 1930s-1950s (this looks really interesting to me)
Steve Reich/ Kronos Quartet/ Pat Methany- Different Trains/ Electric Counterpoint
The Dickies- Second Coming

all CD's, though; I know how some of you feel about CD's, but most of this looks pretty interesting to come from a garage sale in my town- especially the Reich thing and that Juju comp (POTUSA is admittedly a guilty pleasure of mine and has been since it came out)
Posted: Jul 15, 2008 11:51 pm | Edited by: dont wanna be a fat boy
 
much more exciting than any old CD (although that Juju Roots thing was phenomenal)...

Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan- Birds Of A Feather LP

50 cents still sealed from Goodwill today, as is the rest of this stuff; and it's fucking great too- I had heard "Tennessee Bird Walk" a thousand times when I was a kid, but I think by somebody else

also...

Martin Denny- Primitiva LP (also 50 cents, but a very old/ early Mono copy with the turquoise label and in great shape; pushing 50 years old at this point)
The Simpsons Season One DVD ($7 and in perfect condition)
The Simpsons Season Two DVD (ditto; but $12, as it has 4 discs)
The Neverending Story/ The Neverending Story II DVD ($3; perfect)

all of that was 25% off today, so I spent less than $20; not bad- I always manage to go to that place (which is in St. Louis) on sale day somehow...
Posted: Jul 16, 2008 5:15 pm
 
hells yes! check what i just picked up!for between 5 to 10 bucks!

rolling stones-off the hook/little red rooster 45 decca!whoa.......
pink floyd-piper at the gates of dawn lp original mono!
thunder rocks-on the rampage booklet lp
rolling stones -12x5 lp
takeshi terauchi and the bunnys-lets go classics lp israel press!

fuckin love jerrys in the pitts!
Posted: Jul 20, 2008 8:12 pm | Edited by: Joe Diddley
 
got these yesterday from a dude who owed me a paycheck for working for him for one day:

http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b99/ledisquaire/100_1021.jpg

he also included a copy of the soul tornados "funky thang/ go for yourself" 45!
Posted: Jul 20, 2008 9:40 pm
 
youre all a bunch of nerds.
Posted: Jul 20, 2008 9:46 pm
 
youre all a bunch of nerds.

Posted: Jul 20, 2008 11:17 pm
 
prince buster 10 commandments lp! nice!
Posted: Jul 21, 2008 10:11 am
 
that "10 commandments" rec was found in lancaster, pa a couple years ago for $1 at a salvation army. the one on the foreground that i just got features buster as the main artist, so really happy about it. that round robin lp is loaded with massive dancefloor shit. one of the best versions of "1,000 dances" i've yet to hear. party!!!
Posted: Jul 21, 2008 10:44 pm | Edited by: Joe Diddley
 
Today at Salvation Army for a grand total of $20.08:

http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b99/ledisquaire/100_1024.jpg

Shaft soundtrack
Wilson Pickett ""The Exciting"
Wilson Pickett "The Wicked"
The First Edition s/t (earliest Kenny Rogers pop-psych lp with some pretty cool tunes)
David McCallum "Music: A Bit More of Me" (Man Frm U.N.C.L.E. star conducts with production by David Axelrod. Screaming version of "Batman" on here, not to mention this other funky track called "The Edge" that's been sampled heavily by a few of your better hip-hop acts)
Mort Garson "Sings of the Zodiac: Gemini" (moog with spoken word about astrology bullshit. Not the best in the series, but ok)
Tom Scott "New York Connection" (instrumental lp kinda funky jazzy stuff with George Harrison!)

http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b99/ledisquaire/100_1028.jpg

Sound Effects vol. 4 (has some good ones on here: garbage truck, fire works, fire torpedoes and sonar!)
Faces s/t (lousy xtian)
Ichthys s/t (really freaky xtian...finally! been looking for freaked out shit like this for awhile and always turns out to be lame)
2 Grandpa Jones lp's on King (HEE-HAW!)
Red Sovine "Giddy-Up Go" (country shit on Starday)
Hank Snow "The Southern Cannonball" (Hank Snow rules! This one has one of his signature mambo-country style tunes called "Panamama")
"Paint The Wagon" (soundtrack. deluxe gatefold with booklet and movie bill card... Lee Marvin & Clint Eastwood! Yeah!)
Gene Autrey "Back In The Saddle Again" (Hollywood cowboy standards. Yippe Kai Aye!)

The 45's: http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b99/ledisquaire/100_1029.jpg

Only a few great recs in here.

Cozy Powell "And Then There Was Skin." (TWO COPIES! Both vg++! Been looking for this for quite awhile. dig this bad ass motherfucking funk-rock monster here!)

Black Sabbath "Paranoid." (YEAH! Absolutley KILLS on 45.)
Wind "Groovin' with Mr. Bloe" (on Life Records. Kinda good soulish go-go jam with harmonica)
Dora Hall "Hang On Sloopy" (Good northern-ish version on Reinbeau Records)
Syndicate of Sound "Rumors" (Bell Records. Never knew about this song before. Good garage with a great break! Much better than "Little Girl.")
Kyu Sakamoto "Benkyo No Cha Cha Cha" (Capitol Records. Not so great, but fun and goofy Chinese cha cha pop crap.)
Posted: Jul 22, 2008 3:59 am
 
The 45's
sweet
Posted: Jul 23, 2008 6:20 pm
 
you ain't gonna believe this shit...

AAAAAWWWWWOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!
Posted: Jul 23, 2008 6:22 pm
 
did you score that at atomic?!?
Posted: Jul 23, 2008 7:01 pm
 
uh-huh. he gave me the best deal ever.
Posted: Jul 23, 2008 10:27 pm
 
you ain't gonna believe this shit...

AAAAAWWWWWOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!


DANG!
I scored 'Hide & Go Seek' mint at an antique mall in Ohio for like 5 bucks...

cool.
Posted: Jul 24, 2008 2:46 pm
 
here's a brilliant cover scored today at salvation army.
Posted: Jul 24, 2008 2:54 pm
 
you ain't gonna believe this shit...

AAAAAWWWWWOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!


((((DAMN))))
Posted: Jul 24, 2008 6:10 pm | Edited by: The Driver
 
The Delegates "Pigmy Pt. 1" (Aura) Is there a part II?

I scored a copy of this last week, and the flip is indeed Pigmy Part 2 (Aura 4504)
Posted: Jul 24, 2008 6:29 pm
 
yeah, someone on another forum told me he had pt. II on his. i must have the RAER version!
Posted: Jul 24, 2008 9:55 pm
 
Syndicate of Sound "Rumors" (Bell Records. Never knew about this song before. Good garage with a great break! Much better than "Little Girl.")


i made a mix cd tonight with this song and i uploaded it for you cunts cuz it's my new favorite cheap garage track. i can't get over this shit!

http://www.divshare.com/download/5020832-f7b
Posted: Jul 25, 2008 7:22 am
 
yeah, someone on another forum told me he had pt. II on his. i must have the RAER version!

you've been lurking on the strut
Posted: Jul 25, 2008 8:06 am
 
nope, VG+ (formerly Vinyl Vulture) forums.
Posted: Jul 25, 2008 9:16 am
 
RAER

them VV doods be bitin then...
Posted: Jul 25, 2008 9:27 am
 
i think it's just a common term to limeys and euro people. you're always lookin' to bust someone's balls, huh?

we have a lot in common!
Posted: Jul 25, 2008 1:40 pm
 
i think it's just a common term to limeys and euro people. you're always lookin' to bust someone's balls, huh?

we have a lot in common!



Ha!

On the strut about 6 years ago there was dude with very broken english that would always post looking for "braekbeat raer"....kinda became an inside joke on the board...sure there are plenty of folks on both boards.
Ill try and find the original thread because its funny as hell...I heart broken english
Posted: Jul 25, 2008 6:38 pm
 
sure there are plenty of folks on both boards.


there is.
Posted: Aug 5, 2008 8:23 pm | Edited by: Joe Diddley
 
tonight at the salvation army:

http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b99/ledisquaire/100_1046.jpg

insanely hip double 33rpm 10" on folkways by ella jenkins "call-and-response rhthmic group singing" used to teach school kids music. some really out there chain gang chants and proto exotica (tabu is in there as taa-bou) and this is early shit from 1950!

bozo the clown "bozo at the circus" double 78 rpm with totally cool and completely intact illustrated bookelt with all the circus animals.

bozo the clown "bozo's circus band" 33rpm 10" w/ circus music.

ringling brothers 33rpm 10".

http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b99/ledisquaire/100_1052.jpg

david mccallum "music: it's happening now" produced by david axelrod with the super mental and infamous orchestral psych jam "house of mirrors." this is the second david mcallum/ axelrod lp i've found in two weeks!

bob crewe generation "music to watch gorls by"- my third copy, but my only stereo copy. fuck stereo!

sam cooke "at the copa" holy shit! i've heard people talking about this forever and finally got it. ultra clean stereo deep groove 1st press still in the shrink wrap, but already opened. NOICE!

elvis "aloha from hawaii via satellite"... MINT COPY!

king oliver/ louie armstrong/ bessie smith budget label comp.

song of the south racist uncle remus shit. 1970 pressing with booklet!

"william tell overture" this one has a gorgeous cover! yow!

"calyspo" this could not be any more generic. not one outstanding track on this lp, but at least it wasn't really recorded by whitey. cool cover anyway.
Posted: Aug 5, 2008 9:53 pm | Edited by: Joe Diddley
 
insanely hip double 33rpm 10" on folkways by ella jenkins "call-and-response rhthmic group singing" used to teach school kids music. some really out there chain gang chants and proto exotica (tabu is in there as taa-bou) and this is early shit from 1950!


turns out this is from 1957.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ella_Jenkins

As she performed in more varied venues, she began to write music about her experiences. Later that year, a friend recommended that she bring a demo tape to Moses Asch, the founder of Folkways Records. Asch was receptive to her music and in 1957, Jenkins' first album, Call-And-Response: Rhythmic Group Singing, was released by Folkways.


i knew the cover looked too modern for '50, but the copyright date on the record is 1950. i guess folkways did that just like cameo-parkway did. if you look on a bunch of your cameo 45's from the mid 60s, it will have a date of 1960 (or is it '62?). anyway, killer record.
Posted: Aug 7, 2008 1:12 am
 
it's a CD, but still...

The Byrds- Sweetheart Of the Rodeo

guy charged me a quarter for it at Salvation Army today; sweet
Posted: Aug 11, 2008 2:59 pm
 
today's score! at the salvation army.

Morgen-self titled"180grams"LP WHOA!
the gestures-run run run 45!
cannibal and the headhunters-nau ninny nau! 45
little willie john-spasms 45!
little willie john-sleep/there's a difference 45!

not fuckin bad for being a skateboard riding fag.
Posted: Aug 11, 2008 3:07 pm
 
the gestures-run run run 45!


this record musta been huge in pa. they're all over the place out here!
Posted: Aug 11, 2008 3:12 pm
 
crazy right?!!! i got twistin rumble 5-6-7 commin to me as we speak! i can't wait to listen to those.....
Posted: Aug 11, 2008 3:45 pm
 
that "10 commandments" rec was found in lancaster, pa a couple years ago for $1 at a salvation army

Do you have the Princess Buster answer record?
Posted: Aug 11, 2008 3:51 pm
 
I haven't scored in a while, I was in the minneapolis airport bathroom looking for some action but I couldn't find the right stall.
Posted: Aug 11, 2008 5:40 pm
 
Do you have the Princess Buster answer record?


that song is the 1st track on side b, but i don't have it as a seperate record.
Posted: Aug 12, 2008 12:19 am
 
i scored a sweet green tacklebox for all my fishing gear! one dollar!
Posted: Aug 14, 2008 9:44 pm
 
Richard & Linda Thompson- Shoot the Lights Out CD
The Honeycombs- Here Are the Honeycombs LP (US mono on Interphon)
Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich- Golden Hits Of... LP (UK Fontana with better artwork than the American version, of course)

CD was $1.25 at Salvation Army, LPs were a tenner apiece at a weird antiques place by the interstate that I had never set foot in after living here for more than 20 years; Honeycombs is a bit rough, but it's a Joe Meek production and hence is cut FUCKING LOUD so you can't hear much noise when the song starts and anyway it's fucking great too!!

I admit that I'd never heard Dave Dee etc. until last year when "Hold Tight" was used in Deathproof; I knew every other song on the soundtrack (Tarantino's idea of "obscure" and mine differ hugely), so that song jumped right out at me- happens to also be the first song on that LP and got my mom dancing like a teenager to it immediately, which almost never happens...
Posted: Aug 14, 2008 9:49 pm
 
i'm in dire need of a few dave dee, dozy, beaky, mick & tich 45s.

dave dee, dozy, beaky, mick & tich rule!
Posted: Aug 14, 2008 10:22 pm
 
yes they do; I'm listening to that album right now

gotta say, though, I'm not sure if I like their version of "Bend It"; the fact that their cover of it was banned by the BBC was how I heard of them to begin with- I was only familiar with the Little Eva version, which I've had the 45 of since I was a kid...
Posted: Aug 15, 2008 11:19 am
 
Do you have the Princess Buster answer record?
do either of you hawks have Buster's "Johnny Cool" 45.
real cool when your smokin some J and sippin' some Myers
Posted: Aug 15, 2008 1:51 pm
 
dave dee, dozy, beaky, mick & tich 45s


i picked up a bunch of these cheap a few years ago in South London.

then I read the story of how they started. too much!
Posted: Aug 20, 2008 10:32 pm
 
Ramones- Rocket To Russia LP
Ramones- Road To Ruin LP
Jerry Lee Lewis- Sweet Little Sixteen 45 on Sun
Johnny Cash- Oh Lonesome Me 45 on Sun
X- Aspirations CD on Amrep (for my best friend- I've had this for forever)

Ramones LPs were a dollar apiece and Rocket looks a little rough (both sleeve and record), but plays much better than it looks- definitely NOT reissues whatever the case, folks; Sun 45s are not perfect but were only 50 cents apiece so I thought "why not?"- I haven't listened to them just yet though; and I know a lot of you guys hate CDs, but that was downright BIZARRE to find an X (Orstralia) CD around these parts, in perfect condition for $2 at a pawn shop and like I said it's for my best friend- he loves all that Aussie shit too
Posted: Aug 20, 2008 11:17 pm
 
Nice score! I got my copy of End of the Century LP at a thrift store for $1.91. I got the Brood LP at the same store (for the same price) on a different day.
Posted: Aug 20, 2008 11:39 pm
 
who are The Brood? the only thing I've ever heard of by that name is the old David Cronenberg movie...

and speaking of Ramones, I don't know if I mentioned this before (if I did it was ages ago), but I got my Leave Home LP at Salvation
Army here in town for A QUARTER!! (the "Sheena" version, but who cares for a quarter right?!)

I've also found LPs by The Seeds, Count Five, Olatunji, Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Jonathan Winters, Dick Hyman, Second Hand, Edgar Broughton Band, Ike & Tina etc. for no more than 50 cents apiece around here (thrift store people have no idea what they're looking at and don't appear to care either; they're often shocked that I still listen to records and have the gear to do so in the first place)
Posted: Aug 21, 2008 6:14 am
 
Wow, quite a lotta hauls peeps have bin scoring lately... not much doing in our part of the world, though I did bag nine really kool 70s western swing boot LPs for £2 each a few weeks back (who can resist Pussy Pussy Pussy by The Light Crust Dough Boys?), and the other week up the car boot sale I bagged a mono Track copy of the first Hendrix LP for £8 (it's like £150 on ebay), a really great Pye R&B set called Festival Of The Blues (Muddy, Wolf, etc, live in Chi) for £2 and an excellent set of Slim Gaillard sides for the same moolah. My best bargain this year was an original copy of The Monks' Cuckoo 45 for 50p at Bath car boot a coupla months back " how'd it end up there??? The only time that car booting has ever been as random was, bout ten years ago, I picked up half a dozen Jacques Dutronc EPs from one out in Essex for 10p each. The lady selling 'em said her French boyfriend had bought 'em for her when they were in Paris in '66, but her husband had recently found 'em and insisted she got rid. I, of course, told her they now had a good home to go to!
Posted: Aug 21, 2008 11:15 pm
 
I'm sure there's more than one Brood, but the one I'm talking about is the all-girl garage band from the '80s.
Posted: Aug 22, 2008 12:42 am
 
maybe that's where they got the name from; the movie came out in 1979, so I guess it's possible

how is that record?
Posted: Aug 22, 2008 9:23 am
 
supercharger~don't mess me up/"blue vinyl
supercharger~rev it up/i'm a hog for you baby
drags~anxiety/flying saucer rock and roll
drags~conspiracy/that girl is coming around

off of e-bay for 10bucks including shipping!!! YEAH MUTHAFACKA"S
Posted: Aug 22, 2008 2:58 pm
 
yeah Spycee, that's a score you got there; I think I'm pretty much done buying used records off of eBay, as the last wanker I dealt with on there didn't even playgrade his records before he sells them so I got a $30 Eno single with an amazing sleeve and pretty scratchy vinyl (b-side anyway)

maybe I'm fucking crazy, but I actually LISTEN TO records I buy (Hozac gold editions or whatever included; my pink marble vinyl copy of Scene Killer is spinning right now 'cause that's what it's for- right?!)
Posted: Aug 22, 2008 7:30 pm
 
and by the way, Ass Invader, the Sun 45s sound great; I love the Johnny Cash one, but Jerry Lee Lewis can suck my motherfucking dick for ever attempting to sing a Chuck Berry song- I couldn't even make it through his version of "Sweet Little Sixteen" once without getting ROYALLY pissed off!!

you guys can like or lump that last statement I made- I could care less; you might say that too if you'd seen Chuck Berry himself in concert eight times like I have (he plays every month at Blueberry Hill in St. Louis and still has it VERY together for 80+ years old)

if I sound like a jerk now, it wouldn't be the first time nor will it be the last
Posted: Aug 22, 2008 10:54 pm
 
how is that record?

It's pretty cool - it's got a cover of the Chessmen's "I Need You There" (see The World Ain't Round, It's Square) on it.
Posted: Aug 26, 2008 6:47 pm
 
my best score this week
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v210/thehookup/om.gif
this find brought up the question:
this is some deep brasilian shit, not the type of brasilian record one has if they dont have other quality brasilian music...so where is the rest of the collection?


I went back this AM to ask the record dude where the other records from this collection were...dude was kinda a dick and finally after some discussion said it was the only brasilian record in the collection (I suppose it could have been a one-off vacation souvenir from 35 years ago)

oh well, at least I saved $150-$200 on it....GREAT record!
Posted: Aug 26, 2008 8:00 pm
 
this is some deep brasilian shit, not the type of brasilian record one has if they dont have other quality brasilian music...so where is the rest of the collection?


yeah, i got a mint copy of yusuf lateef's "the golden flute" lp on impulse at a thrift last weekend. why was that the only heavy jazz lp in the whole 1,000+ records? that shit pisses me off!
Posted: Aug 30, 2008 3:39 pm | Edited by: spyceeburrito
 
oh mother fuck! i scored today..

"Dance the Slurp"
The wildest ...the Kookiest...The Grooviest...The Slurpies 45!DUDE!

"The Trip" Motion Picture Soundtrack LP

Chuck Berry-
"Chuck Berry is on Top" LP

"Rock Rock Rock" Motion Picture Soundtrack LP

"Get Yourself a College Girl" Soundtrack w/ The Animals, Dave Clark Five, etc. LP

"Rock Pretty Baby" Motion Picture Soundtrack
with "What's it Gonna Be" by the Dingalings"

Les Baxter's "Master of the World" LP
(mono)

"The Wild Angels" Soundtrack LP with Davie Allen & the Arrows

The original Batman and Robin TV show soundtrack LP

"At Home with the Munsters"

"Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs" DUDE.........................
another soundtrack

Best of Wilson Picket

Redd Foxx LPs

and a whole bunch of mambo, extotica, cha cha, calypso.....
Posted: Aug 30, 2008 5:19 pm
 
fuck you bith!

bring 'em over!
Posted: Aug 30, 2008 5:19 pm
 
i went to a chili cookoff today and i scored HEARTBURN!
Posted: Aug 30, 2008 5:42 pm
 

i went to a chili cookoff today


those spycee AMISH are known fer there chilli!sounds like you need to score sum tums BISH!
Posted: Aug 30, 2008 6:40 pm
 
my two best 45 scores of late

Lee Moses "Bad Girl" for a buck (I sloppily put parts one and two together for your listening pleasure)

http://www.divshare.com/download/5277652-720

Terry Brooks and Strange "Jimi" 4 bucks

http://www.divshare.com/download/5072640-8e7
Posted: Aug 30, 2008 6:46 pm
 
my two best 45 scores of late

Lee Moses "Bad Girl" for a buck (I sloppily put parts one and two together for your listening pleasure)



funny, i was just rockin' this yesterday on youtube after bob reuter played it on "bob's scratchy reocords" on kdhx in st. louis. that's a great show worth checking out online, btw. anyway... top fucking tune!
Posted: Aug 30, 2008 6:47 pm
 
My friend was looking through his dad's records the other day and dug out a few Stones singles to bring home. Among them was a 7" of Street Fighting Man with sleeve that turns out to be worth a fucking fortune. I'm gonna go look at it before he sells it (and he and his dad probably retire to Brazil on the proceeds)
Posted: Aug 30, 2008 7:00 pm
 
oh fuck... i've seen that go for HUGE money. NOICE!!!
Posted: Aug 30, 2008 7:02 pm
 
Posted: Aug 31, 2008 2:51 pm
 
todays scores are insane! all 45's! YEOOOOHH!

Sam the Sham
"Ju Ju Hand"
"Little Red Riding Hood"

Dave & Ansil Collins
"Double Barrel"

Chubby Checker
"The Twist"

The Dovells
"Bristol Stomp"
"You Can't Sit Down"

Xavier Cougat's Carribeans
""My Choo Choo Train"
"Yes Yes my Cha Cha Cha"

Wilson Picket
"Back in Your Arms"
"Minnie Skirt Minnie"

Xavier Cougat and his Orchestra
"Peanut Vendor"

Dave Clark Five
"Old Soul"
"Everybody Knows"

Little Richard
"Tutti Frutti"
"I'm Just a Lonely Guy"

The Coasters
"Searchin'"
"Youngblood"

The Fireballs
"Groovy Motions"
"Goin Away"

Bill Haley & his Comets
"Rock Around the Clock"
"Thirteen Women"

Little Richard
"Good Golly Miss Molly"
"Hound Dog"

The Strangeloves
"I want Candy"
"It's about my Baby"

Earl Bostic
"She's Funny that Way"
"Exercise"
&
"I'll String Along with You"
"Bugel Call Rag"

Kingsmen
"Little Latin Lupe Lu"

Wilson Picket
"Funk Factory"
"One Step Away"
&
"You're so Fine"
"Land of 1000 Dances"

Etta James
"Streets of Tears"
"Stop the Wedding"

Isaac Hayes
"Do Your Thing"
&
"Chocolate Chip"

The Jagerz
"I Call my Baby Candy"
"Will She Believe Me"

Percy Sledge
"I'll be Your Everything"

James Brown
"Gravity"

Little Anthony & The Imperials
"Shimmy Shimmy Ko Ko Bop"

Rockin Rebels
"Wild Weekend"

and
an Atco record of an actual recording of live crows
Pt. 1 Young and Nesting Crows
Pt. 2 Call of the Wild

and on Lynch Records
Crow Calls
Pt. 1 Great Horned Owl and live Crow Fight
and the Great Horned Owl and live Crow Fight, Pt. 2

FUCKING SCORE!!!
Posted: Aug 31, 2008 2:58 pm
 
and an old portable record player that has a mini screen in it with a film strip camera that is in insanely good shape fer 5 bucks! and yes the needle is intact and plays GOOOOOOOD!
Posted: Sep 8, 2008 6:02 pm
 
John Fahey- Blind Joe Death Vol. 1 LP (on Takoma)
Lee "Scratch" Perry- Meets Bullwackie's In Satan's Dub CD

Fahey LP is playing now and sounds good (not trashed by any means) and Perry CD is a HUGE disappointment (sounds like fucking yuppies getting stoned to me); but they were a quarter and $1.25 respectively at my local Salvation Army just now
Posted: Sep 8, 2008 6:33 pm
 
and an old portable record player that has a mini screen in it with a film strip camera that is in insanely good shape fer 5 bucks! and yes the needle is intact and plays GOOOOOOOD!


a "show and tell" player?
Posted: Sep 8, 2008 7:53 pm | Edited by: spyceeburrito
 
a "show and tell" player?

i suppose?? it's hella rad. who ever owned it left a film strip in it of there vacation 2 florida i'm guessing late 60's early 70's cause the hole family "white" got afros and sport'n some sweet bellbottoms!
Posted: Sep 8, 2008 8:47 pm
 
Posted: Sep 8, 2008 9:18 pm | Edited by: spyceeburrito
 
does it look like this?

http://www.timewarptoys.com/shown.jpg

that shits RAD!

it looks like this!player_W0QQitemZ260249772666QQihZ016QQcategoryZ11722QQssPageNameZ WDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem
Posted: Sep 8, 2008 9:22 pm
 
Posted: Sep 9, 2008 8:04 am
 
crazy!
Posted: Sep 14, 2008 2:59 pm
 
todays score was so rad!all this for 7bucks! i love PA!

these are the 45's
1)The Bob Crewe Generation~Music to watch girls by/Girls on the rocks!
2)Sam the Sham and the Pharoahs~Red Hot/A long long way!
3)Sam the Sham and the Pharoahs~Lil'red ridding hood/love me like be4!
4)The Troggs~When will the rain come/Love is all around.
5)The Flaming Ember~Filet De Soul.
6)Sam &Dave~ Hold on i'm comin!
7)Bar-Kays~ Soul Finger/Knucklehead!
8)Syndicate of Sound~Little Girl/You!

The LP's
1)Dance Craze the movie Sound track! "shut up joe i like it"!
2)Chet Atkins~Picks on the Beatles! all instro beatle tunes!YAYAYA!
Posted: Sep 14, 2008 3:06 pm | Edited by: spyceeburrito
 
!
Posted: Sep 14, 2008 3:27 pm
 
Girls on the rocks


super, super tough go-go jam!
Posted: Sep 24, 2008 10:15 am
 
Last night in a warehouse-

The LPs:
Captain Beefheart "Clear Spot" (in the plastic sleeve with cover/ card insert)
Roy Ayers "Everybody Loves The Sunshine"
Johnny Lytle "The Groove" (really don't understand what's going on here... I've had an 80s press of the "Village Caller" album on Riverside. "The Groove" has all the same songs but a different title and cover. )

The 45s:
Dave "Baby" Cortez "Fiddle Sticks" (great screaming hammond with sick guitar and sax breaks and nice drums. Tittyshaker!)
The Busters "Bust Out" (100 MPH raw surf instro)
The Wailers "Mashi" (been after this on 45 for a long time. Super tough dancefloor instro)
Posted: Sep 24, 2008 12:56 pm
 
A hot 45 by Dewey Young & The Flying Clouds of Detroit: He's Around / Guide My Mind. Hard ballad on the A-side, driving rocker on the flip.
Posted: Sep 24, 2008 1:04 pm
 
lonnie mack - memphis/wham 45 ----$1
Posted: Sep 27, 2008 3:05 pm
 
Tom Akstens- Original & Traditional Music LP
Dungen- Ta Det Lugnt CD (the Swedish import, oddly enough)

Akstens LP was 50 cents at Goodwill and sounds great (I'd never heard of him but noticed that it was on Takoma...) and the Dungen CD was $1.02 in perfect condition at a new thrift place called Bagainhaus; FINALLY get to hear what Dungen is about after reading about him/ them for a year and a half or something- fucking great too!!
Posted: Sep 27, 2008 3:19 pm
 
Dave Dudley--"There's a Star-Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere" $4.20+tax.

Might not be much of a score considering the price, but I'm glad to have it in my collection for the price of a pack of Cowboy Killers.
Posted: Sep 27, 2008 3:51 pm
 
The Wailers "Mashi" (been after this on 45 for a long time. Super tough dancefloor instro


fuck'n YO! completely mental!


The Busters "Bust Out" (100 MPH raw surf instro)

dude! total board buster!
Posted: Sep 30, 2008 12:47 pm
 
The Wailers "Mashi" (been after this on 45 for a long time. Super tough dancefloor instro


fuck'n YO! completely mental!


The Busters "Bust Out" (100 MPH raw surf instro)

dude! total board buster!


you guys talk like Norton catalog copy
Posted: Sep 30, 2008 12:57 pm
 
Norton Records... saying "dude" since '08.
Posted: Sep 30, 2008 1:16 pm
 
didn't matt muscle beat you up yet?
Posted: Sep 30, 2008 1:17 pm
 
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAA!!!

I heard they both pussed out.
Posted: Sep 30, 2008 2:41 pm
 
The people who were there know what happened. Y'all were in PA digging up dollar records...do not speak on what you do not know about.
Posted: Sep 30, 2008 3:00 pm
 
i'm kicking your ass at next years goner fest!
Posted: Sep 30, 2008 5:14 pm
 
The people who were there know what happened. [/i}


[i]Listening to Matt say "where the fuck is Vinyl Ritchie, I wanna beat that motherfucker up," only to find out later that Vinyl Ritchie was immediately behind him, within unavoidable earshot,
Posted: Sep 30, 2008 5:36 pm | Edited by: Vinyl Ritchie
 
he people who were there know what happened. [/i}


[i]Listening to Matt say "where the fuck is Vinyl Ritchie, I wanna beat that motherfucker up," only to find out later that Vinyl Ritchie was immediately behind him, within unavoidable earshot,


then why did he walk up to me and apologize for talking shit?

where is this thread you are quoting?
Posted: Sep 30, 2008 5:37 pm
 
spycee, you are such a fucking girl for gossiping about this kind of shit.

grow a pair.
Posted: Sep 30, 2008 7:34 pm
 
sounds like you needed to grow a pair!
Posted: Sep 30, 2008 7:38 pm
 
http://www.goner-records.com/board/index.php?action=vthread&forum=4&to pic=40476
you hangin with Don't Wanna be a FATTY BOY? cause yer being hella EMO!
Posted: Dec 5, 2008 8:29 am
 
last night: heywood-wakefield endtable and folkways "sounds of new music" lp from 1957 (featuring john cage and some completely tripped out musique concrete and bizarre orchestral shit) for a grand total of $3.50!
Posted: Dec 5, 2008 9:39 am
 
Did the boner you got put your back out again?
Posted: Dec 5, 2008 10:00 am
 
practically.

SCORE!
Posted: Dec 5, 2008 10:01 am | Edited by: bazooka joe
 
that table is worth over $100, and i saw one on someone's site for $288. goddamn!

edit- here it is: http://www.springdalefurnishings.com/living_room/lkp_m308g.html
Posted: Dec 5, 2008 11:54 am
 
sweet!
Posted: Dec 5, 2008 12:22 pm
 
DUDE!!!
Posted: Jan 7, 2009 4:30 pm
 
the wife and i had a bunch of dvd and cds we had as promos and just weren't interested in, so we took them to the record shop just down the road. we got $140 credit, and after 2 hours of steady digging came up with these:

http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b99/ledisquaire/100_1336.jpg

The Stooges "s/t" early 80s press w/ no barcode mint wax- replacing my old copy that i had to sell about 6 years ago.
The Shocking Blue "s/t" FINALLY! don't know what's taken me so goddamn to grab one of these.
Cymande "The Mesage" polish press! mint wax! great UK rasta funk!
Alice Coltrane with Strings "World Galaxy" gorgeous copy!
The Velvet Underground and Nico- 180 gram reissue. my first time having this on wax. huh?
T. Rex "Electric Warrior" soooo pretty, soooo groovy...
Claude Denjean "Moog!" hey! i got two version of "Venus" in one day!
The Cramps "Date With Elvis" 1986 blue vinyl tour edition!
Blind Blake- very decent goombay lp. "goombay rock" is the killin' track.
"Don't make Waves, Make Love" OST cool lounge and go-go instrumentals by Vic Mizzy with the title track by The Byrds.

also, 7"s not pictured:
Clone Defects "Lizard Boy EP" (spare copy for trade)
The Star Spangles (spare copy for trade- "The Party" is the JAM on this ep)
Gibson Bros. "Who's Black and Who's Not"
Chrome Cranks "Darkroom" (is this their best 45? cuz it rules!)
Paul E Ester and the Cruel Shoes "Eyeliner EP"
Posted: Jan 7, 2009 7:40 pm
 
The Shocking Blue "s/t" FINALLY! don't know what's taken me so goddamn to grab one of these.

DUH!
Posted: Jan 7, 2009 9:17 pm | Edited by: bazooka joe
 
The Shocking Blue "s/t" FINALLY! don't know what's taken me so goddamn to grab one of these.

DUH!



pfffft... you never even heard "send me a postcard" 'til i hipped you to it! anyway, that song and love buzz are both on this lp. it's solid beyond those two songs, too.
Posted: Jan 10, 2009 1:04 pm
 
woke up at 12:30 with a gnarly hangover. 15 minutes later the doorbell rings and it's my father in law with a g.e. wildcat! i've been after one of these for over 10 years. he got it free at some electronics donation event at his work. woohoo!
Posted: Jan 14, 2009 2:23 pm
 
was just looking in the cupboard for a snack and i found a large back of jack link's beef jerkey that one of the dudes who was remodeling my new place left here.

SCOOOOORE!!!!!!
Posted: Jan 14, 2009 3:36 pm
 
I useta' have one of those GE portables but I didn't know it was called a wildcat. The best thing about it was an individual volume and tone knob for each speaker. Instant dance party! SCORE!
Posted: Jan 14, 2009 3:40 pm
 
Oh yea, I picked up an LP the other day by a guy named Charlie Brown at the thrift store. It looked like country but someone had written ROCK in felt marker across the back. Thats when I noticed he did a cover of "Ro Ro Rosey". This is a really sick fuzzed out white funk album all the way through. Pick it up if you see it.
Posted: Jan 14, 2009 4:28 pm
 
I also picked up a record on ebay for$1.00 "Buy it now" a couple months back by Ron Berry. The song is "back Door Man". Anyway, one just ended with a sound clip last week for $178.00! Check it out in the ended auctions. The record is from 72 or so, the funny thing is, the guy is a vocal dead ringer for Jeff Evans and the band sounds just like the Gibson Brothers!!! No Shit, check it out!
Posted: Jan 14, 2009 6:15 pm
 
you got me droolin'.
Posted: Jan 16, 2009 6:58 pm
 
I found a copy of the Chakachas "Cha Ka Cha/ Jungle Fever" today.

Gotta love those moan/groan songs!

In the same haul:

Hugh X Lewis
"Blues Sells A Lot Of Booze / Help Yourself To Me"
Posted: Jan 16, 2009 7:00 pm
 
Huey Lewis rules!
Posted: Jan 16, 2009 7:22 pm
 
Not the same guy! http://www.hillbilly-music.com/artists/story/index.php?id=15540

The "Blues Sells a Lot of Booze" side is so very stereotypical country music from a certain era... it's fantastic!
Posted: Jan 17, 2009 11:34 am
 
went down to the local rekkid shop in the LBC,and scored for 7bucks....

1) The Kinks" I Gotta Move" best Kinks 45 ever!
2)The Music Explosion"I see the Light/Little bit O'soul"
3)The Three Suns"Deep Purple/Dardanella" Space-age Bachelor pad.
4)The Coasters"I'm a Hog for you baby"
5)The Rays"Daddy Cool"
6)The Yardbirds"I'm a Man"
7)The Kingsmen"Haunted Castle/Louie Louie"
8)Johnny and the Hurricanes" Red River Rock/Buckeye"
Posted: Jan 17, 2009 11:47 am
 
on my way to the salvation army in a few. wish me luck!
Posted: Jan 17, 2009 11:50 am
 
more free jazz records huh?
Posted: Jan 17, 2009 2:24 pm | Edited by: bazooka joe
 
[img=http://www.goner-records.com/board/img/smilies/heehaw.gif]HEE-HAW !!![/img]

got the electric indian "keemosabe" lp, rufus thomas "do the push and pull," dave and ansel collins "double barrell," that song "funky" by the band with the number name that eddie grant was involved in- tribe called quest "left my wallet in el segundo sample on it... no big deal. but jahhna, i also found a hugh x lweis 45 and the chackachas "jungle fever." haha.
Posted: Jan 17, 2009 2:29 pm | Edited by: jahna
 
but jahhna, i also found a hugh x lweis 45 and the chackachas "jungle fever." haha.

That's hilarious! Thrift store synchronicity!

HEE-HAW!!!
Posted: Jan 18, 2009 2:30 pm
 
for $18 an hour ago at the Lake City Record show, saw Head and a Fallout + Millman (again).

Lowell Fulsom - Tramp/Pico - Kent
Dorsey Burnette - Lucy Darlin'/Black Roses - Merri
Coasters - Young Blood/Searchin' - Atco (crimson/gold letters)Boogie Jake - Early Morning Blues/Bad Luck and Trouble - Instant
Wailers - Mashi/Velva - Etiquette
Little Walter - Last Night/Mellow Down Easy - Checker
John Lee Hooker - I''m So Excited/I See You When You're Weak - VJ
Little Walter - Up The Line/Southern Feeling - Checker

These all came out of a dj collection and look sheeny and clean. I strolled around the room and no one could beat this dealers prices.
Posted: Jan 18, 2009 3:07 pm
 
noice!
Posted: Jan 19, 2009 1:07 am
 
got these today:
elvis "aloha from hawaii via satellite"...
sam cooke "at the copa"

and these
45s...
Wailers - Mashi/Velva - Etiquette
Coasters - Young Blood/Searchin' - Atco
The Coasters"I'm a Hog for you baby"

and managed to pick up these plus about 200 more various 45s and lps including gerry and the pacemakers, shirelles, bo diddley, the gentrys, chubby checker, otis redding, the kingsmen, elvis, the zombies, chuck berry, beach boys, carla thomas, booker t and the mg's, and a lot, lot more. most are in great shape and a few need to be cleaned up a little bit. a good portion of them are dj promo copies. i answered this lady's ad on craigslist and she cut me a SUPER sweet deal on a box of records and then threw in this huge box FULL of 45s all for 20 bucks total. super fuckin' score.

and that's all on top of findin' a boatload of stuff on ebay the past couple of days and finally pickin' up my hold bag from goner, AND scorin' some nice stuff while snowbound in kalamazoo. hell yeah!
Posted: Jan 19, 2009 8:41 am
 
wow elle good score indeed!
Posted: Jan 19, 2009 9:12 am
 
let's kill elle!
Posted: Jan 19, 2009 9:42 am
 
Mashi rules!
Posted: Jan 19, 2009 12:36 pm
 
for 15$ I got Sex Pistols "Gun Control" bootleg l.p. live at the Winterland 1/14/78. Oh wait a "german" boot, so live 14/1/78.
for 12$ I got Stooges "Night of the Iguana" bootleg l.p. live in New York '73.

Don't know if they're SCORES but I was excited to see them in the wild and I had to fucking break down and buy them.
Posted: Jan 27, 2009 7:01 pm
 
good score 2day for 10bucks....

Earl Bostic~El Choclo CHA CHA/My Reverie CHA CHA

King Hannibal~The Truth shall make you free

The Fantastic Johnny C~Boogaloo Down Broadway/Look What Love Can Make You Do

Wilson Picket~Soul Dance Number 3/You Can't Stand Alone

Richard Maltby and his Orchestra~The Rat Race/Walkie Talkie

Sam the Sam & the Pharaohs~Wooly Bully/Aint Gonna Move

The Surfaris~Scatter Shield /I Wanna Take a Trip To The Islands

The Who~ Whiskey Man

Jay and the Techniques~Stronger Than Dirt

Duane Eddy~ The Quiet Three/Forty Miles Of Bad Road.
Posted: Jan 28, 2009 8:42 am
 
Scored some stuff from the great Ernie B.'s-U Roy-Version Galore lp (I'm your Ace from Outer Space!), King Tubby Meets The Dreads at The National Arena lp, Keith Hudson-Nuh Skin Up lp and Augustus Pablo-King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown lp. I'm set.
Posted: Jan 29, 2009 5:25 am
 
[i]Augustus Pablo-King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown lp. I'm set.

I got a copy that Pablo signed in silver ink
Posted: Feb 1, 2009 10:34 am
 
score by christine yesterday at goodwill. we love a bad ass lamp, and this one was was only $15! stamped "1955" on a piece of brass that's wrapped around the base.
Posted: Feb 4, 2009 1:21 am
 
Wayne Shorter- The Soothsayer LP
Nick De Caro and Orchestra- Happy Heart LP
Roger Miller- The Amazing LP
Tape Heads DVD
Dr. Dre- The Chronic CD
Teengenerate- Smash Hits! CD

LPs were a buck each and DVD was $3, at a flea market I had never been to before (Shorter LP is playing now and sounds fucking ace); Dre CD was a buck too and Teengenerate was $4 from some clown-assed stripmall place
Posted: Feb 4, 2009 1:30 am
 
should be Tapeheads; sorry boss
Posted: Feb 4, 2009 9:45 am
 
damn, i need to hit up some flea markets. i know there's some around here.
Posted: Feb 4, 2009 12:35 pm
 
we love a bad ass lamp, and this one was was only $15! stamped "1955

WHOA! nIIIIIIIIIce
Posted: Feb 4, 2009 12:36 pm
 
scored a Carne Asada burrito from Robertos ,and ((((DAMN)))) that shit was on hit..
Posted: Feb 4, 2009 12:38 pm
 
damn, i need to hit up some flea markets. i know there's some around here.

There are loads. We've gotta make a day of it sometime soon!

P.S. Hi Sean!! Misssss youuuuu dooder!
Posted: Feb 16, 2009 5:36 pm
 
was just at a junk shop and found this stuff, buck each:
terry stafford - suspicion 45
hal page&the whalers - thunderbird 45
annette (funicello i'm assuming) - first name initial 45
vic dana - danger 45
billy bland - chicken hop 45
don durant - seal rock 45
carson robinson - we're gonna have to slap the the dirty little jap (and uncle sam's the guy who can do it) 78
Posted: Feb 16, 2009 6:14 pm
 
scored a Carne Asada burrito from Robertos ,and ((((DAMN)))) that shit was on hit..

NONE of our thrift stores have these! I KEEP LOOKIN!
Posted: Feb 16, 2009 6:37 pm
 
don durant - seal rock 45

what the fuck is that?


scored a Carne Asada burrito from Robertos ,and ((((DAMN)))) that shit was on hit..

NONE of our thrift stores have these! I KEEP LOOKIN!


check under the doilies.
Posted: Feb 16, 2009 6:38 pm
 
don durant - seal rock 45

what the fuck is that?

they make seal noises

its pretty funny
Posted: Feb 16, 2009 6:51 pm
 
terry stafford - suspicion 45

I also just got that one at the thrifts, plus some other 45s:

Charline Arthur - Honey Bun
Jerry Lee Lewis - Whole Lot of Shakin'...
The Rays - Daddy Cool
The Olympics - The Slop
James Brown - Mama's Dead
The Dixie Humming Birds - Get Right Church
Crazy Elephant - Dark Part of My Mind

Lucky affordable Ebay store finds:

The Soul Superiors of Detroit - What Ever You Do, Do Good; 45 on Designer
Charlie Feathers & Junior Kimbrough - Feel Good Again; 78
Posted: Feb 16, 2009 7:12 pm
 
should i drive two hours away to score this?
Posted: Feb 16, 2009 7:43 pm
 
I think the answer is an obvious yes.
Posted: Feb 16, 2009 7:51 pm
 
something tells me i should stick with 50s and 60s shit, this might tacky up the pad a bit.
Posted: Feb 17, 2009 10:08 am
 
something tells me i should stick with 50s and 60s shit, this might tacky up the pad a bit.

dude! don't be fag. that shit rules.not worth 150 tho!
Posted: Feb 17, 2009 10:10 am
 
i got the new Cheater Slicks come'n 2 me in the mail as we speak. ! SCORE!
Posted: Feb 17, 2009 10:12 am
 
My first guitar was a plastic Mickey Mouse guitar and I loved that thing.
I had a picture of me in 1958 with it.
Well...I found the same guitar at a estate sale Saturday.
25 bucks. There is one on ebay now for 300 dollars.
Here is a pic from 1958 and 2009
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3366/3284613505_248c6528e1.jpg
Posted: Feb 17, 2009 10:20 am
 
this might tacky up the pad a bit.

only in an awesome kind of way. it LIGHTS up!!!

Did you get it?
Posted: Feb 17, 2009 10:26 am
 
My first guitar was a plastic Mickey Mouse guitar and I loved that thing.
I had a picture of me in 1958 with it.
Well...I found the same guitar at a estate sale Saturday.
25 bucks. There is one on ebay now for 300 dollars.
Here is a pic from 1958 and 2009
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3366/3284613505_248c6528e1.jpg


SCORE!



Did you get it?

nah. gonna pass.
Posted: Feb 17, 2009 10:51 am
 
SCORE!

The guitar seemed so much bigger when I was 4 years old
Posted: Feb 18, 2009 3:51 am
 
I was 4 years old
you got velcro on those sneakers?
Posted: Feb 18, 2009 12:18 pm
 
when I was 4 years old

They had guitars then?
Posted: Feb 27, 2009 9:48 pm
 
Carl Douglas- Kung Fu Fighting and Other Great Love Songs LP
Buckingham Nicks- s/t LP
Bunny Sigler- Let The Good Times Roll & (Feel So Good) LP
The Big Bopper- Chantilly Lace LP (black label Mercury in mono)
The Cadillacs- The Very Best Of The Cadillacs LP
Bobby Sherman- s/t LP
Mr. Rogers- Won't You Be My Neighbor?, Let's Be Together Today and King Friday XIII Celebrates LPs
Robert Bearns/ Ron Dexter- Golden Voyage Volume One LP
The Impressions- The Vintage Years LP
Jackie Wilson- The Dominoes (Featuring Jackie Wilson) Volume Three LP
The Sesame Street Book & Record LP (with the booklet even)
Chuck Berry- Golden Hits LP

nothing totally insane or anything, but those are all in very enjoyable condition (Big Bopper one is kinda fucked, but I had to give it a shot for a dollar; cover's beautiful though) and were a buck apiece; Bunny Sigler LP is spinning now and is fucking cool (I had only previously heard some shitty disco music he did)

also recently scored David Lynch's Inland Empire and the infamous Old Boy (R-rated version, but whatever) on DVD for a dollar each; biggest WTF?! ever was a few months ago was finding a US Odgen's Nut Gone Flake with a beautiful cover and beat vinyl in a ladies resale store around the corner from here that I paid just over a dollar for (the round version, kids)
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