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Mick Holdsworth

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  1. Just got the link to work (link is fine, it was me). Yep, that's the one. I used to have an Eddie Regan H&S that was just un punched. Still got a few like it now.
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  2. Can't use the link, but could be the US release without the middle being knocked ouy. It happened a lot with just about anything New York. (we always called then New York presses, but there may have been similar occurances in other places) I know Richard had TOD in that format.
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  3. Aurora was spelt wrong on the plain grey copies. something like Arora, or Aruora. Also record was booted on plain white OOPT
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  4. Brilliant. Love it / them.
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  5. No Kev, do you?
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  6. I just wonder if this wasn't a well crafted script the two people did, just to make a funny video. If that is the case (just an impression), I think it's brilliant. However, if these two are really looking for records, then I wonder if they asked the flight attendant on the flight over, if they had the airplane song. "Or owt" "No ??" "Bet Arthur Fenn's grabbed 'em on the last flight" Either way, great to watch.
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  7. Up till about two months ago, Turbo Lister still worked. It doesnt cover the recent "Make Offer" option on auctions, but still ok otherwise.
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  8. Hmm, as you pointed out, the Nashville Matrix does looks wrong on closer inspection. It's also in the wrong place relative to the runout, so I'm not so sure now.
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  9. Don't know about the seller, but the record is real. Hard to tell from the first image, but the Nashville Matrix is clearly shown on the third image, as is the Gold tint to the text. Actually, as Chalky pointed out, the Nashville Matrix looks wrong on closer inspection. It's also in the wrong place relative to the runout, so I'm not so sure now. Cheers Mick
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  10. To be honest that looks like a hand printed label stuck on the record. maybe because orig label was damaged, or maybe it's a soultown copy underneath. Whoever did the label used a Date blank and only changed some info, using different typeface etc. The 45 RPM / ZSP150490 / 2:05 and the Arranged . . . etc. are unchanged from a different record (was the Steelers mentioned ?), whereas the rest of the text is a new typeface (you can see the difference in the Van McCoys).
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  11. 30 seconds difference, and a different ZSP number.
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  12. Just means the middle has been punched out off centre (as per the record in the link) - to play it you'd have to align it yourself each time, or make a new middle to centre it up yourself
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  13. I only remember "the crisis has yet to come", I see it is the other side (of Paulette)
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  14. Sounds a bit like an 80's Solar track, someone like the Whispers - maybe it's an LP track by them.
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  15. All demos are this way - It was released as the correct titles on the labels (Reaching / Here .. ). It's just the demos that have the wrong record in the groove
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