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posted a comment on No Artist - Sound Effects No. 1. 4 months ago
It says on the very bottom, left hand side of the cover "Copyright note: The copying of the Sound Effects in this record onto tape for the use in conjunction with a play or dubbing onto film is permitted."
posted a comment on The John Barry Seven And Orchestra - 007 / From Russia With Love. 5 months ago
The Guinness Book of British Hit Singles 2nd Ed 1979 has From Russia With Love as the chart entry on 21 Nov 63
posted a review of Chuck And Mariann / Mariann (2) - Let’s Walk Down The Street Together / The Woman In Me. 7 months ago
The song Lets Walk Down The Street Together is pure amazing. Strong, competent vocals, solid groove, wonderful interplay between the singers.

Cannot believe its only been compiled once, 20 years ago! Shocking behaviour of the so called Deep Soul ... See full review
posted a comment on The Beatles - Eleanor Rigby / Yellow Submarine. 9 months ago
The Guinness Book of British Singles, 2nd Ed, 1979, has it listed as Yellow Submarine/Eleanor Rigby. All the other entries in Discogs for the 1966 UK releases have it ER/YS. What is the source all the others have worked from and why the discrepancy? I'm ... See full review
posted a review of Belle And Sebastian* - The Third Eye Centre. 10 months ago
If you want to know what brick-walling sounds like, this is the CD to listen to.
posted a comment on George Harrison - All Things Must Pass. 11 months ago
How can Dhani Harrison be on this if he was born 8 years after it was recorded? Is this some crazy Krishna reincarnation trick?
posted a review of Various - Crescent City Soul Patrol (22 Dancefloor Sounds From New Orleans). about 1 year ago
The CD runs in chronological order, starting from 1966 and going up to 1981. This gives a picture of the changing sound over 15 years of soul music. Personally I start to phase out after '75.
posted a comment on Various - Acid Visions: The Complete Collection, Vol. 1. about 1 year ago
I'm looking for information about the band Airhead (4) Their song 'You Knock Me Down' appears on the CD Psychedelic States: Texas In The 60s Vol. 1 and everyone in Internet-land swears it sounds '76, not '66 as claimed. The only information I can find about it is that it had previously ... See full review
posted a comment on Sharon Tandy - Toe-Hold. about 1 year ago
The data for this release runs contrary to the information in the notes for Sharon Tandy's compilation You Gotta Believe It's... Sharon Tandy

It says that "I Can't Get Over It" is the B-Side to Atlantic 584 098 and the backing band for both Toe-Hold and I Can't Get Over It are "the ... See full review
submitted The Rance Allen Group - There's Gonna Be A Showdown. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Small Faces - Small Faces' Greatest Hits. about 1 year ago
I'm looking at the Humble Pie compilation from NEMS. There are two releases, one from 1976 - catalogue number IML 1005 and one from 1977 - number IML 2005. Not sure if the '76 one would be a better quality than this series, or if its all much of ... See full review
submitted The Stylistics - You Are Everything The Essential. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Arthur Conley - Star Review. about 1 year ago
Why does it have "Taylor" on the writing credits for the UK release but "W. Lee" on the US release? Who are these people?
posted a comment on Little Joe Curtis. about 1 year ago
You're thinking of Little Joe Cook for the Chris Farlowe pseudonym. He only released one single under this name; Stormy Monday Blues on Sue Records.
https://www.discogs.com/artist/1396636-Little-Joe-Cook-2
posted a comment on Loop (3) - Fade Out. about 1 year ago
I have number 0692 of 3000

What is the number on your copy?
posted a comment on Bobbie Gentry - Ode To Billie Joe. over 2 years ago
I'm looking for those 5 songs. I heard Sweet Country and found out about the others. I can't find this release for sale. The US release titled "Greatest Hits" only has two of the songs Steal Away and Slow Cookin' and thats easy to get hold of.
submitted The Three Degrees - The Very Best Of. over 2 years ago
submitted Spitfire (3) - Baredoll. over 2 years ago
submitted John Lee Hooker - I'm Going Home. over 2 years ago
submitted Various - Good News: 100 Gospel Greats. over 2 years ago
submitted Sonny Terry - His Best 21 Songs. over 2 years ago
submitted Buddy Guy & Magic Sam - The New generation of Chicago Blues: Singles A's & B's 1958-1962. over 2 years ago
submitted Buddy Moss - Atlanta Blues (His 23 Greatest Songs). over 2 years ago
submitted Various - 60s Brit Girls. over 2 years ago
submitted Tampa Red & Georgia Tom - Music Making In Chicago 1928-1935. over 2 years ago
submitted Kansas Joe McCoy* - One In A Hundred. over 2 years ago
submitted Various - Paramount Blues: Lock and Key Blues. over 2 years ago
submitted Various - Bottleneck Blues Wizards. over 2 years ago
submitted Various - The Anthology Of Boogie Woogie Piano. over 2 years ago
submitted Georgia Tom Dorsey* - The Essential. over 2 years ago
submitted Bobby Grant, Rube Lacy, Willie Brown (2), King Solomon Hill, Son House, John Henry Barbee - Giants Of Country Blues Vol. 1 (1927-1938). over 2 years ago