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  1. Ive been corrected on another forum, the total fee to the seller was 28.8% ergo 28.8% fee of £15000 = £4320 The buyer would have payed £15,000 + 33.6% Fees (as he was bidding on The-Saleroom website, total paid = £20,040.
  2. This should serve as a warning to anybody thinking of selling through a trad auction house, the final sale was minus 28.8% of 15000 = £4320 = a takehome of £10,680 ! A loss of £4000 off the original price he bought it for
  3. Take note: the case was about the bootlegging only, expect these lads to be reappearing again sometime soon for cheating the HRMC, probably be getting extra time for that? Presumably KENT should get on the case if these lads were bootlegging Kent records?
  4. By coincidence an old mate of mine who sold records had a large supply of those "not for sale" stickers and used to stick em to any old records. For uk pressings they should be on mid 1060s Fontana/ philips only I think anything else = FAKE.
  5. I turned up a Jamo Thomas demo at a boot sale, cant be as anywhere as rare as a Tony Middleton stock copy...?
  6. in the UK both Mod & Rockin scenes have completely crossed over with mostly RnB type tunes. I first heard that Black Coffee tune way back in late 80's at a rocking do..
  7. This record is another band with same name, they are ALT-Rock and from Canada. The band photo is from the Cotillon album which is pysch rock ? I am not 100% convinced thats the same group as on compared to what either.
  8. Its a religious disco song. See this webpage http://www.sofarecords.fr/the-african-souls-masekini-hallelouia-musique-tshiluba/i3037322024,2 the african souls - hallelouia- a lot better I think
  9. mystery solved. MODS please delete this.
  10. god I hope its not the magic Acetate/dubplate I sold on ebay a few months ago!
  11. bump - ending in about 5 hours, bargain for somone ... http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/141469668580?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649
  12. Cheers Pete, I guessed it might be a forerunner of todays Carver type discs for DJ's, thanks for the confirmation & dating though. Tosspot, I mention Emidiscs in the description on the bay. Under a magnifying glass you can see the 'magic' labels are pasted on. As mentioned somewhere else, Emidiscs were just a brand of Acetate that EMI sold wholesale to recording studios etc. Decca, Pye produced their own amongst others, I used to collect them but now shifting the last few as they dont get played [obviously].
  13. Odd Acetate Al Jones Only Love Can Save Us Now B/W R Tyler & G Davis Hold On, Help Is On The Way time to sell this thing cluttering up my record boxes! See description on the bay. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/141469668580?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649 cheers
  14. its a country in the british empire region, its definately NOT Australia, NZ, Hong Kong. It does similar to that Les Combo South Africa thing but its possible it could made in SA and exported? Plenty left over to choose from!
  15. I've had this album sleeve hanging around for years - not perfick - PM me if your interested?
  16. they are drill holes , caused by a drill.
  17. its some old rubbish by Herb Alpert - The Lonely Bull ? slowed down a bit
  18. Me and the wifey, thoroughly enjoyed it, way better quality than most documentaries I've seen over the years.
  19. can you put up a scan? your record would have been issued in 67-68 and possibly with a tri-centre if your lucky. Re Gene's CSS 1 - possibly uk export for the far east {singapore} or maybe Celyon.
  20. The 'Double' bass is all over practically every RnB tune recorded before 1960, Hit The Road Jack by ray has got a classic sounding DB on it. Willie Dixon played a lot of the bass parts at Chess, on a double. That tune posted above sounds like standard electric bass guitar to my ears.
  21. cheers Crogger, Trev if you could get a list of release dates off your mate that would be cool! cheers
  22. I know its been a long time since this label was mentioned, I have simple question, can anybody give me the dates these were released? I think they start around 83, and seem to have to have bought a couple brand in 88 or thereabouts but would like to know for sure.. cheers. SOS 001 Beverly Ann - He's Comin' Home b/w Dynatones - Fife Piper SOS 002 The Vibrations - Cause Your Mine b/w Count Five - Psychotic Reaction SOS 003 Major Lance - You Don't Want Me No More b/w Matt Parsons Orchestra - Boogaloo Investigator SOS 004 Bobby Paris - I Walked Away b/w Carnaby - Jump And Dance SOS 005 The Majestics - I Love Her So Much (it hurts me) b/w Bobby Paris - Night Owl SOS 006 Dee Dee Sharp - What Kind Of Lady b/w Derek + Ray - Interplay SOS 007 Delcos - Arabia b/w Present - Many's The Slip SOS 008 Greg Perry - It Takes Heart b/w Alfie Davison - Love Is A Serious Business SOS 009 **unissued** SOS 010 Mr Charles - I Don't Need No Doctor b/w N.F. Porter - Keep On Keeping On

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