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Previously reasonably active user since since V2, who tried to keep upto date with all rule changes/updates when they occur, but got fed-up with new users badly voting against older more experienced ones, hence now retired. Still maintain collection though!

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MY STUFF

My collection in storage:

(click each photo for FULL-SIZE version).

My (temporary) setup:

^Photo taken December 2006^
(with the Jap re-ish of Ronnie Ross's-"Cleopatra's Needle" LP on the decks, my Norman Cook New Year's Day 2007 Brighton beach concert tickets, Nujabes sampling here the classic Yusef Lateef-"Love Theme From Spartacus" awaiting a playing, Kuni's terrific CD on standby, and a show on Pete & Dud --the geniuses they were-- on the telly) ...yummy-yummy
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My future project:
Sometime in late 2009/beginning of 2010, I'm *very seriously* considering starting a resource for the Gilles Peterson (BBC Radio 1) AND Patrick Forge (Kiss 100 London) radio shows. I have a stack of tapes/DVD's with these shows on which I record every week, that I would really love to digitize to share with others via the power of the internet. It will have both audio recordings & full tracklistings, which will get linked to Discogs database of releases, post-Master Release, in some way.

If you can help or know someone that can, call the A-team (...or email me if they are otherwise engaged). Anyone with past radio shows, or especially those who are technology minded, PLEASE get in touch. Hosting is probably gonna be the biggest issue, so any advice very greatfully received :-)

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MY SALES
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Ebay sales (closed at present): EBAY.uk / .com / .de / .fr / .it / .es / .cn.
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Discogs sales (open for business!): → C L I C K • H E R E ←
A few things on here ...more to come shortly!

POSTAGE (in £UK):

(CLICK price table for my sellers page)

POLICY:
① Postage is on-top of the item(s) price (2LP's/3x12's/etc count as 2/3/etc items).

② In cases of lost/stolen packages:
--- Insured orders will be refunded (inc. postage).
--- Uninsured orders will NOT be.

③ Payment:
--- I charge NO paypal fee!
--- Within 3 days for payment please.
--- Via BANK TRANSFER (prefered) / PAYPAL / CASH* (GB£/US$/EU€) in post (*recorded delivery STRONGLY advised).

④ Grading:
--- Discogs uses the Goldmine Standard. I grade fairly & do NOT over-grade.

⑤ Packaging & Dispatch:
--- Items packed properly (lots of card).
--- Posted immediately I receive cleared payment.

My Ebay feedback is 100% since I have been a member (joined: 29-Apr-03 — 9+ years now!), so trust is NOT going to be an issue when buying/selling with me.

I'm very open & honest, and expect this in all my dealings with others.
(Any problems/questions, please contact me first!)
Many Thanks.
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posted a review of Domu - Worldwide EP. over 10 years ago
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posted a review of Stan Tracey. over 11 years ago
Mr Stan Tracey, a definite genius of our time.
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Both Chris Franck & Patrick Forge are doing Da Lata project together now.
ie. This band name is redundant (unless they start using it again of course, unlikely after the Da Lata project took-off)
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