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  1. Clips for reference only. Feel free to make offers. cheers! Joey Irving - Don't Throw Our Love Away £180ono Ex Starvin Marvin - Disco Boogie £160ono Ex
  2. Yep that sounds about right - sorry my assumption around demo/promo first issue second blinded me to the obvious there! So maybe when it was picked up by IRDA for national release they tried out a different take and then decided against it; either before they pressed it up, or maybe even when they were thinking about pressing national issues (as it clearly hadnt done as well as they hoped maybe? my version is definitely a bit more exciting i guess, not as stripped back). Ill see if i can get in touch with someone involved in it to get confirmation. thanks all!
  3. YOU ARE SUPERB! thank you so much, that info is fantastic. I was thinking about reaching out to Numero, they in turn could put me in touch with any surviving artists to find out more. Interesting that the yellow issue seems the first press according to this, with the white "promo" coming in a close second; if im reading that correctly?
  4. No it's not, and I echo your statements! These were all pressed at the same place so it certainly is odd. It's reminding me of the recent Impressions - love me alternate take that's surfaced; i think im piggybacking off of the logic behind that one. but that was a pretty big release, and this one is relatively obscure. anyone out there got the omnibus boxset and can post up the info behind this release? I know it wont reference this version but would be nice to find out more about the track and artist. cheers!
  5. Yeah Im aware of all the pressings out there. The numero reissue of the demo plays the same a side as the original demo and the yellow issue. I have a white demo that is identical to the other white demos aside from the deadwax and the song itself. the deadwax info also stands up as having a different number for the record - the known a side is 354A (and the b side 356B) whereas my copy is 356A and 356B. So it stands to reason that each cut was issued a different cat no. maybe. Im interested if anyone knows how the system worked back then; was it common to cut a very small run onto vinyl and then decide to press it again with a different cut because the first one was deemed unfavourable? I kind of assumed that would happen with test presses and acetates, not labelled up demos...
  6. Hey all, picked up a demo copy of this recently and it seems to play a previously unknown take of the a side. It features a totally new intro and synth bits over the choruses and a synth solo during a breakdown - one which doesnt feature on the known version. The only way to tell the difference (other than playing it) is by the deadwax; A side is - irda - 356a - re2 So there's a few things Id like to know - has anyone encountered one of these before? is this possibly a test press before they decided to go for a stripped down version? if so, is this copy the only one or could there be more? and does anyone have the story behind this track and the band? I know it was pressed by numero in that omnibus and they usually have great info on artists etc. can anyone share anything? thanks! ps there's a clip of it on rare soul talk on fb, not sure how to upload it here
  7. Pazazz - hard to find Silver issue Vg+ 2 marks on vinyl make it look vg to vg- but it plays perfectly. Essential blue-eyed disco with incredible bassline. £300 ono NOW £260 WOW SUPER Offers accepted, need to fund a new purchase! Thanks
  8. sorted now thanks!
  9. Ragz - Get on Down cheers!
  10. New Jordonaires - Alright most conditions considered much obliged!
  11. Hey! Sounds a great trip - here's my tips. Paris - I wrote this article and can personally recommend pretty much everything on here. Chez Omar is cheap and the food is fantastic, same for Chez Aline at lunch. The Saint Chapelle was a real stunner too. https://www.secretescapes.com/magazine-uk/paris-beneath-the-tourist-trail/ Switzerland - Switzerland is just pricey. Beautiful, but jeez. Maybe stock up at a supermarket for snacks, lunches etc to save a few francs. Tuscany - Ive not been to where you're staying but it looks fantastic. Tuscany is famed for dishes like fagioli (great for lunch) and a very specific steak, minimum kilo order, best shared. dont miss that its gorgeous. Always just go for house wine by the glass, brilliantly cheap and always great. If youre going for dinner or lunch, you dont need to get 3 course, you can just order a primi (pasta dish). The menus sometimes make you think you need a primi and secondi, but its a personal choice not a prerequisite. plus portions are always huge. Dont miss apertivo at a bar before or instead of dinner. Rome - The forum is the best thing ever if you love history. the ticket gains you entry to the Coliseum next door too. by the ticket at the forum (no queue) rather than the coliseum (hours of queuing. madness!) Rome is very walkable, dont bother with any transport. buy one water bottle and then fill it up at the many public water taps around the city. Trastevere is a great area for a drink in the evening, quite youthful and full of cool bars. Venice - Best tip for Venice? Just get lost. It's stupendously beautiful, and getting lost is the best way to explore. Chicetti is the veneto version of aperitivo. its okay. There is a fantastic wine bar right next to the Rialto bridge thats dirt cheap and the wine is fantastic. Al Merca. Stay off the tourist trails. get lost. did i say that already? Also recommend the jewish quarter for something a bit different. Munich - Do not miss the Asamkirche. one of the most beautiful rococco churches ive ever seen, and totally hidden away. Other than that im not as imrpressed by munich - the beer halls and food is great though; Donisl is great if youre in the centre of town, and i also liked the augustiner halle too. If you have time, getting a car and driving down to Neuschwanstein is a must. If oyu ahve more time, add in a trip to zugspitze; its a costly ticket, but totally worth it. Nothing quite like having a weissbier on top of a mountain. Boppard - Not been. Looks nice! The whole valley was part of the grand tour, very popular with the Romantics. I would personally hire bicycles and beer garden hop along the river. Amsterdam - Plenty covered above, some great record shops for sure. the main flea market is also decent, theres lots of island records in amsterdam; bajan stuff for example. Dont miss some of the old brown cafes (dutch version of a pub). my fav was cafe chris, its a time capsule spot - ask the owner about it. Amsterdam is bigger than you think, spend days walking the canal ring (or cycling). if youre into architecture, het Shijp is worth a trip. Other than that, get some hash, get some beer and just chill. its a beautiful place. Greenwich - There is just too much to do in london. From north greenwich you can get the thames clipper into the centre of london. its a boat thats part of public transport. best way to travel. if you have a contactless debit or credit card you can just tap in and out of all transport. if not, get an oyster card and you can load money onto it for travel. Greenwich has 2 record shops, pretty place. get lunch at the market. Best pub there has to be the cutty sark. If you need nowt else then shoot me a message. have a great time!
  12. Looking for Teakwood - Suddenly you're my life thanks!

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