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About bobkayli

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    Bob Kayli
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  1. bobkayli

    Detroit - The Movie

    Wile I go along with the noble intent of the film, i didn't find it all a pleasant film to watch. Sadistic violence was stretched over a long part of the film. There were only 8 people at the viewing I sat thru, one person walked out halfway thru and the lady I was with wanted to do the same and only stayed the course out of respect for me. It really was seriously overdone and took away time that could have been used to explore many..
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    New Manship Guide has arrived

    i agree that a lot of the prices are top heavy. A lot of the lower end records tend to be available much cheaper. However the really rare stuff (i'd say £250 and upwards) comes up so occasionally, the price guide is not relevant. If you want the record, you have to pay for it. many times the seller talks even higher than Manship although also some talk less. That was the point i was trying clumsily to make. As you say disc..
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    New Manship Guide has arrived

    I suppose its worth depends where you approach it from. Yes as a book it is expensive although it was a late birthday present for me so i didn't have to fork out for it myself. as a guide to Northern Soul vinyl, it is as comprehensive as I've seen. Certainly will help me to know better what I'm buying so will pay for itself quickly. I can imagine those who know the scene better than me will criticise it. As ..
  4. Just arrived in the morning post. Poor old postman nearly had a hernia carrying it. It weighs a ton! First flick thru shows a lot of new features. an LP section and pages of label scans. Original presses, bootleg presses and a variety of collectors showing off their stuff. Worth waiting for!
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    Prince Buster

    RIP Prince. Ten Commandments Of Love is still one of my favourite records. maybe not politically correct today but summed up many of the attitudes behind bluebeat. sat here stupidly smiling at my iPad thinking about it.
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    Miracles price required please

    Last Popsike sales are in 2013. The prices from that year go from 100 to 133 pounds for excellent condition records
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    King Mojo Club 1967

    Hopefully this time my photo will load. Two obvious differences from the copy shown above, plain white background but also mine has a name and address printed in the bottom right corner. Colin Duffield living in Sheffield .
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    Manships Guide 7 ltd edition

    Sent the Manship Mail advertising the book hopefully to my wife without comment. seems my birthday present is sorted so feeling quite chuffed! however she hasn't let drop yet what she expects in return....
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    King Mojo Club 1967

    Do you know where I could find a copy of the advert? Sounds interesting.
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    King Mojo Club 1967

    Have this poster on my wall. Does anyone know anything about the concert? seems to be at the city hall. Sorry poster didn't come thru. It is for a Jr walker concert under the mojo logo at the Sheffield city hall. Cost ten Bob to get in.
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    Thierry the record is a promo only LP. The reference number includes the letters HC which indicates it is hors commerce. it was issued to coincide with the launch of the Tamla Motown label in France and was presented at a press launch in Paris on the day of the Motortown review concert at Olympic in April 1965. My copy came from the collection of Jean jacques timmel who was international manager for Pathe Marconi at t..
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    supremes sweden 516.tif supremes denmark 1013.tif
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    The TMG reference seems to have been used in the smaller markets that EMI distributed to from time to time and corresponds to the UK numbering. Maybe because the smaller markets weren't always structured to handle a release so it was managed from EMI. See below Supremes picture sleeves distributed by Skandinavisk Grammophon in Sweden and Denmark using TMG rather TMK. I think K=Krone since Sweden and Denmark are Krone currency ma..