Thursday, 23 November 2017

Jaffray Music Drama Group - The Seven Sided Dice (Rare 1978 UK Vinyl LP on Wild Dog Records)

Rare and great privately pressed DIY Psychedelic Progressive Folk Rock issued on the little Wild Dog Records label.
Just a superb piece of music with nice female vocals and male vocal leads.

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Record : VG+
Cover : VG+ (autographed on the front - see picture)
Price : 200,00 Euros (+ expedition costs - by registered parcel with tracking - calculated by the Belgian Post office)
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Friday, 17 November 2017

Stephen Raley - Won't You Hurry Us Home ... Wish We'd All Been Ready (Excellent 1971? US Xian Loner Folk LP)

Totally obscure Californian loner folk psych issued on Angelus (same label than Fraction).
A couple of 100 made at max.
Deep introspective vocals with a Clive Palmer feeling.
Very great and rare album !

Recently discovered excellent early 1970's Xian folk private on the Angelus label.
This is (in my opinion) one of the 10 most significant Christian folk records ever released.
About half the tracks have a darker Tim Buckley-like loner folk edge, but really the whole thing is great. This would certainly be listed in Acid Archives if they ever did a 3rd edition. (reviewed by ebay seller)

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A rare and great LP in a flawless condition ! Don't miss this one !

Record : EXC+
Cover : EXC (still in shrink)
Price : Recently SOLD ... I'm sorry !
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Saturday, 4 November 2017

The Troubadors - Ned o' the Hill (1975 UK Psych Folk issued on Silver Hill)

This is the only album recorded by The Troubadors, a Birmingham based folk ballad and harmony group. Recorded in Harlesden, London in early December 1974, this album represented a departure from the music they built their reputation on, learning 8 new songs out of the 10 tracks on the album.
The band members included lead singer, Pat Mulligan, Johnny Foley (d. 2007), Jimmy O'Donnell, Gerry McElroy and Dave Trueman. They played mainly in the Midlands as well as in Liverpool, Leeds, Newport and Cardiff, as well as Oxford etc.
This album is a pure, clean and tightly produced combination of popular and more rarely recorded songs. It was released in October 1975 and was well received. In 1975, Terry Wogan chose this album as his record of the week on his highly regarded and popular Radio 2 Breakfast show.
No higher recommendation is needed to commend this fine album.
Do yourself a favour and grab yourself a copy !
(Reviewed by Gerence1954 on

A little masterpiece in my opinion and one of the best UK Psych Folk LPs I've ever heard !

Very rare LP ... never reissued on CD ... so another lost little gem !

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Record : EXC+
Cover : VG++
Price : Recently SOLD ... I'm sorry !
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