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Burning Bush - Keeps On Burning b/w Evil Eye - Mercury 72657, white label demo copy in clean glossy VG+ condition (equal to Excellent condition in UK). Pressed slightly off center. $200 or best offer. Paypal accepted - take advantage of the current exchange rate! PM me if interested

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NOT MANY RETURNEES WILL NO THIS RECORD A GREAT LATE WIGAN RECORD ONE OF SEARLING FAVS.

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NOT MANY RETURNEES WILL NO THIS RECORD A GREAT LATE WIGAN RECORD ONE OF SEARLING FAVS.

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Its a brilliant record IMO always loved it

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I remember Sam playing this before Richard spookily enough i always associate it with Newcastle Tiffs all dayers  :rolleyes:

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One of mine, I'm afraid. The first copy was sold to Ginger at St Ives for £50, loads of money then, and it cleared the floor. but he stuck with it and it ended up a very big sound. i'd have it for myself if I knew how to bid.

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One of mine, I'm afraid. The first copy was sold to Ginger at St Ives for £50

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Always associate this with St. Ives, then Yate when Thorley had a copy - but isn't this another example of what we were saying on another thread about every NS biggie automatically being labelled a "Wigan Monster"?

Jerry.

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the reason why i said it was a wigan record jerry is because thats were i first heard it.Maybe it was played earlier. it was also played at notts palais alldayers.

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Always associate this with St. Ives, then Yate when Thorley had a copy - but isn't this another example of what we were saying on another thread about every NS biggie automatically being labelled a "Wigan Monster"?

Jerry.

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I'm sure this is the first time I've ever labeled a record I put up for sale as a "Wigan monster" and I wouldn't have done so except I knew the record was played at Wigan. I don't "automatically" call anything a "Wigan monster".

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Classic youthclub sound of the late 70s

brilliant!  :wicked:

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Hmm after hearing it again, maybe i'll stick with my memories...  :thumbsup:

M.

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:yes:   There's a time and a place for everything and me thinks this record has had it's time and place  wicked.gif   :wicked:   :yes:   The gear must have been shit hot back in the 70's  :yes:

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Maybe it appeals to girls more then cause I still think its great and I would probably run to the dance floor if someone played it :wicked:

Mind you everyone says my taste in music is crap :yes:

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One of mine, I'm afraid. The first copy was sold to Ginger at St Ives for £50, loads of money then, and it cleared the floor. but he stuck with it and it ended up a very big sound. i'd have it for myself if I knew how to bid.

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Deffo Ginger/St Ives.

Covered up 'You Keep Putting The Burning On' I think as the Gems.

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ive got searling spinning at least twice at wigan circa 78..

i rate this 45 at 150 tops...got my demo for 80 a few years back but the issue is very rare

i still like the record

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I first heard Ginger play this at St Ives in the summer of 77 :thumbsup: ner ner ner :thumbsup:

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Pay Attention you dozy lot. I discovered it and sold the first copy to Ginger who played it that night at St Ives. Fact not brag.

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Ady, just out of interest, did you find the record and think "wow" this is fab and needs maximum exposure through a top line DJ or, I don't think this is unknown and I can make a few bob by selling it on now?

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Pay Attention you dozy lot. I discovered it and sold the first copy to Ginger who played it that night at St Ives. Fact not brag.

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Hmmm yes,I still have a tape somewhere from that night.Also on that tape besides The Gems are(amongst Others);

Judy Street-You Baby

Freddie McCoy-All of my Feelings

Len Barry-Turn off the music

Mirwood Men-My Girl's Angry

Round & Round in Circles-??

:yes:

Oh yes ,and,Sam following Gingers spot by saying"Well thats enough of the funky crap,on with the stompers this is the Ellingtons".................... :thumbsup:

:D:D:D

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Hmmm yes,I still have a tape somewhere from that night.Also on that tape besides The Gems are(amongst Others);

Judy Street-You Baby

Freddie McCoy-All of my Feelings

Len Barry-Turn off the music

Mirwood Men-My Girl's Angry

Round & Round in Circles-??

:yes:

Oh yes ,and,Sam following Gingers spot by saying"Well thats enough of the funky crap,on with the stompers this is the Ellingtons".................... :thumbsup:

:D   :D   :D

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Destined to become a loser?

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Hmmm yes,I still have a tape somewhere from that night.Also on that tape besides The Gems are(amongst Others);

Judy Street-You Baby

Freddie McCoy-All of my Feelings

Len Barry-Turn off the music

Mirwood Men-My Girl's Angry

Round & Round in Circles-??

:yes:

Oh yes ,and,Sam following Gingers spot by saying"Well thats enough of the funky crap,on with the stompers this is the Ellingtons".................... :thumbsup:

:D   :D   :D

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Was Round and Round a UK thing on EMI?

I think I remember RW playing it at Wigan. Pretty sure it was shite of the highest order too.

I also remember Ginger getting mixed up once and announcing "Burning Bush" by the Gems - cue excitable teenager running round shouting "gimme a pen!! :D:D:D "

Godz

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Was Round and Round a UK thing on EMI?

I think I remember RW playing it at Wigan. Pretty sure it was shite of the highest order too.

I also remember Ginger getting mixed up once and announcing "Burning Bush" by the Gems - cue excitable teenager running round shouting "gimme a pen!! :thumbsup:   :D   :D "

Godz

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Yes it was The Expresions -Round & Round in Circles,re-issued on EMI in 1978,and yes,it was shite of the highest order,(especialy the vocal....)I can't make out the words on my tape what it was covered as though.

The other C/Us I listed(incase anyone cares :yes: ) were;

Jackie Trent-You Baby

Baja Marimba Band-Along Comes Mary

Service Men-Are You Angry

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been after that 45 on orig for years

rare as f**k aint it

and whats wrong with the expressions.....??

you funny lot

lol

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Ive never ever seen a proper copy of Marchin' for sale,in fact I think the only copy I have seen is the one Sam used to play

Whats wrong with the Expressions?Nothing.I hear its this years song for Europe in fact.

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Yes it was The Expresions -Round & Round in Circles,re-issued on EMI in 1978,and yes,it was shite of the highest order,(especialy the vocal....)I can't make out the words on my tape what it was covered as though.

The other C/Us I listed(incase anyone cares :thumbsup: ) were;

Jackie Trent-You Baby

Baja Marimba Band-Along Comes Mary

Service Men-Are You Angry

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It was covered as 'Loaded Dice' and played a good 2 months before it was released...never caught on though.

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