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Winston Blake / Itals - Herbert Spliffington / Oh Lord, Why Lord -  Punch PH 15

Winston Blake / Itals

Herbert Spliffington / Oh Lord, Why Lord

Punch : PH 15 (45s)

As featured on the 2002 album Rupie's Scorchers - Classic Early Success Productions 1969-71 here is the original 1969 British 7" displayed on one of those label-art Pama vista, all vinyl enthusiasts find irresistible. . The flipside is just as inviting with a session by The Itals - Oh Lord, Why Lord -

Two really cool tunes, but more importantly in playable condition, check out the crisp clean soundfiles, and enjoy the mix of entrancing trombone, leading the compelling dance rhythms all kicked off by the most effective spoken intro of them all.

Flip it over for an equally enthralling dance session, this time delivered by seamless vocal-group harmonies woven into a rich background elevated by pumping horns.

TWO TOP TUNES on one disc.

Check out the irresistible soundfile - you cannot avoid being bewitched by its double-helping of street-level Jamaican magic...

Condition Report

a minuscule fine 6 on the a-side 4 prong centre, is the labels only tiny flaw.

a minuscule fine 6 on the a-side 4 prong centre, is the labels only tiny flaw.

Pink Floyd - It Would Be So Nice / Julia Dream - Columbia DB 8401 DJ stickered

Pink Floyd

It Would Be So Nice / Julia Dream

Columbia: DB 8401 DJ stickered (45s)

Rare eye-catching pre-release review copy. EMI stickered FACTORY SAMPLE NOT FOR SALE

Under pressure from EMI to record a top 10 hit, this is the record that went against Pink Floyd's vision of their future and consequently regretted releasing the most.

Pink Floyd's 1968 third single for Columbia, written by the "quieter" member of the band, Richard Wright who constructed a rather whimsical look at daily life's routine; with notes of Ray Davies in the lyrics and style but infused with moments of quality psychedelic multi-instrumentation hovering in the background; as it skips in and out of the two styles that seamlessly merge into one; the hoped to be commercial hit. That unfortunately never happened. Despite of a huge EMI promotion campaign it was allegedly shunned by the BBC because the original version mentioned "The Evening Standard" re-edited into "The Daily Standard" a fictional newspaper but still ruffled the feathers of the strict adverting rules and regulations the BBC enforced at the time. Receiving hardly any radio airplay at all.

This is 3.40 seconds "Daily" version of course. Lead vocals were by Richard Wright himself, whilst also playing a combination of instruments, "Floyd" nor its fans consider this a great record by any stretch of the imagination and it "bombed" badly". But the magical flipside Roger Waters composition that saved the day; "Julia Dream" was the compass reading "Floyd's" music would follow. Eerie, haunting "Prog" featuring hovering flutes, echoing choruses, imaginative sound effects and weird lyrics like the famous "Scaly Armadillo" reference.

Now an elusive 45, a real failure for "Floyd" at the time, a rarity indeed, solid collectors piece that can only rise in value as the years pass by.


Condition Report

FACTORY SAMPLE NOT FOR SALE EMI sticker on a-side label. Clean labels, 4 prong centre intact, although the label reveals little or no signs of turntable outings. The vinyl reveals multiple soft surface marks, plays clean and true only the occasional soft tick along the way.

FACTORY SAMPLE NOT FOR SALE EMI sticker on a-side label. Clean labels, 4 prong centre intact, although the label reveals little or no signs of turntable outings. The vinyl reveals multiple soft surface marks, plays clean and true only the occasional soft tick along the way.

Byron Lee and the Dragonaires - Dumplins / Kissin' Gal - Blue Beat B.2

Byron Lee and the DragonNaires

Dumplins / Kissin' Gal

Blue Beat : B 2 Bagby credit (45s)

Blue Beat fans, here's a decidedly elusive item, in the serious collectors jigsaw in search of the ultimate goal of a full rub of this great lbel.

This the first press Blue Beat no. 2 with the correct writer credits to (Doc) Bagby adjusted from "accidental" crediting of Bryon Lee & Lester Williams as the creators of this 1957 crazy Sax instrumental by Doc Bagby.

Lee & Williams inject the Jazz of Jamaican to Alan Freed choice of play. Elevating their version up and beyond, with hard blown sax, insane piano and machine-gun drumming! Bryron Lee discards the Hammond organ break of the USA original, sprinkles it with uplifting Jamaican spices, transforming it into a superior mix.

A great tune, but more importantly and essential rare number in this most-wanted series of Jamaican dedicated label.

Condition Report

X on flipside label, a-side label is clean, tiny soft wear of the title, (see images). Strong gloss on vinyl, reveals multiple soft surface hairlines, as you can hear both sides play strong.

X on flipside label, a-side label is clean, tiny soft wear of the title, (see images). Strong gloss on vinyl, reveals multiple soft surface hairlines, as you can hear both sides play strong.

Beltones - Home Without You / Why Pretend - Harry J Record blank 7638

Beltones

Home Without You / Why Pretend

Harry J Record : blank 7638 (45s)

Rare and clean 1968 Harry J Record blank from Duhaney Park Pharmacy.

Two superior vocal-harmony Reggae grooves on one disc. Sit back and experience Harry J Johnson guide an accomplished/seasoned 4 member harmony group.

top sound in its rarest form.

Condition Report

Red label has a handwritten title with S.Chin in marker, flipside label has has a rubberstamped label imprint i.d. telephone number and availability at Duhaney Park Pharmacy. Fine clean vinyl revealing only a few soft surface hairlines.

Red label has a handwritten title with S.Chin in marker, flipside label has has a rubberstamped label imprint i.d. telephone number and availability at Duhaney Park Pharmacy. Fine clean vinyl revealing only a few soft surface hairlines.

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