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Mr Moore

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Some new bits from the last few weeks:

A delivery from NoBusiness Records. Still waiting on some that seem to be stuck between Lithuania and here.

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A Lloyd Miller reissue from one of my favourite boutique labels in Italy. The quality of the packaging for these is outstanding.

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The Muriel Grossman compilation that Jazzman just put out. I wish they’d just released the two albums these tracks are taken from on vinyl but hey ho.

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And this one is interesting. It’s an English jazzy progy rocky affair from ‘77. The artist has found 100 old stock in his attic or somewhere and released them with a numbered and signed certificate. Gutting for the person who paid £110 on Discogs for one last August.

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uvwxVinyl

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Some new bits from the last few weeks:

A delivery from NoBusiness Records. Still waiting on some that seem to be stuck between Lithuania and here.

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A Lloyd Miller reissue from one of my favourite boutique labels in Italy. The quality of the packaging for these is outstanding.

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The Muriel Grossman compilation that Jazzman just put out. I wish they’d just released the two albums these tracks are taken from on vinyl but hey ho.

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And this one is interesting. It’s an English jazzy progy rocky affair from ‘77. The artist has found 100 old stock in his attic or somewhere and released them with a numbered and signed certificate. Gutting for the person who paid £110 on Discogs for one last August.

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Oh wow, talk abou stuff you didn't know about but now you need!
 

Thackeraye

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What’s the story on that Fu Manchu?
They are releasing 3 10” singles this year for their 30th anniversary. 2 originals and 1 cover on each. This is the first, and the other 2 have yet to be recorded.

I got this from Rough Trade in the UK, but I’m sure you’ll be able to get it from their store. It’s good; they’re last couple of releases have been great, and this is up there.
 

dropsonde

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They are releasing 3 10” singles this year for their 30th anniversary. 2 originals and 1 cover on each. This is the first, and the other 2 have yet to be recorded.

I got this from Rough Trade in the UK, but I’m sure you’ll be able to get it from their store. It’s good; they’re last couple of releases have been great, and this is up there.
I’m in!
 

uvwxVinyl

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Some new bits from the last few weeks:

A delivery from NoBusiness Records. Still waiting on some that seem to be stuck between Lithuania and here.

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A Lloyd Miller reissue from one of my favourite boutique labels in Italy. The quality of the packaging for these is outstanding.

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The Muriel Grossman compilation that Jazzman just put out. I wish they’d just released the two albums these tracks are taken from on vinyl but hey ho.

View attachment 48315

And this one is interesting. It’s an English jazzy progy rocky affair from ‘77. The artist has found 100 old stock in his attic or somewhere and released them with a numbered and signed certificate. Gutting for the person who paid £110 on Discogs for one last August.

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Going to pick up that Major Surgery for sure. Where did you end up getting it?

Also I've been previewing a lot from that Lithuanian label and think it's fantastic. I'm going to get the Tribal Ghost - do you have any recommendations for others that would be similar from that label?
 

Mr Moore

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Going to pick up that Major Surgery for sure. Where did you end up getting it?

Also I've been previewing a lot from that Lithuanian label and think it's fantastic. I'm going to get the Tribal Ghost - do you have any recommendations for others that would be similar from that label?
I grabbed Major Surgery off Amazon UK believe it or not. It was a few quid cheaper than elsewhere. Proper Music also has it for a bit cheaper even. Not sure what their shipping costs are like in comparison though.

As for NoBusiness, they're pretty new to me. I sampled a whole bunch that they have available in their discogs store and tbh, most of them are the kind of stuff I'd listen too. I'm still waiting on Correction with Mats Gustaffson, The Group Live, Wadada Leo Smith & Sabu Toyozumi and Arthur Williams all of which sound great from the samples I tried. Don't be tempted by the Joe McPhee Creole Suite though. I'm a dick and accidentally ordered two so if the second one ever turns up, I'll send it you once I'm comfortable going to the post office again.
 

uvwxVinyl

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I grabbed Major Surgery off Amazon UK believe it or not. It was a few quid cheaper than elsewhere. Proper Music also has it for a bit cheaper even. Not sure what their shipping costs are like in comparison though.

As for NoBusiness, they're pretty new to me. I sampled a whole bunch that they have available in their discogs store and tbh, most of them are the kind of stuff I'd listen too. I'm still waiting on Correction with Mats Gustaffson, The Group Live, Wadada Leo Smith & Sabu Toyozumi and Arthur Williams all of which sound great from the samples I tried. Don't be tempted by the Joe McPhee Creole Suite though. I'm a dick and accidentally ordered two so if the second one ever turns up, I'll send it you once I'm comfortable going to the post office again.

Creole Suite might be a bit too wild for me, at least from what I was previewing but that's pretty nice of you to offer. I'll give it an honest listen and could let you know if it's really for me when the time comes.

What I found really mesmerizing was the Trio X performances they have on the website. Too bad that one is out of print already. Anyway think it's a really good set of music this label is curating.

Think I'm going to go with Juno for major surgery.
 
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