6/08/2009

Upcoming vinyl rips...

Some of my next posts:


Chappell LPC 1045 -
Lee Mason And His Orchestra (1971)









Conroy BMLP 132 -
Sounds Funky / Pop Brass Backgrounds (1975)









Peer International Library PIL 9014 -
Zenith (Peter Dennis Orchestra, 1972)









Impress IA 418 -
Flying Flutes (John G. Tyssen, 1978)









Golden Ring Records S 5181-22 -
Sound Music Album 18 (Klaus Weiss, 1979)










Coloursound CS 74 -
Video Games & Data Movements (Vandroogenbroeck, 1987)









to be continued...
any wishes? let me know!

28 comments:

  1. colorsound cs 74 looks amazing. can't wait for these in general!

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  2. Can't wait!! Kudos to you sir!!

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  3. holy **** !
    more Vandroogenbroeck stuff please !!!

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  4. More Coloursounds will come, i got nearly all of them...

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  5. Fantastic selection:) Got any Valentino stuff?

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  6. hello there . your collection is really good .

    coloursound cs 14-19-20-21-22-25-26-28-29-30

    do you have any of them?

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  8. o_O archives seem to be very light... hope its in VBR, else a reup @ at least 192 kbps will be necessary. These records rarely turn up and are pretty much expensive, so low bitrate rips would be disappointing

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  9. "CS 19,20, 21, 22, 25, 28, 30"
    sounds t-rrific.......

    and yes, 'low bitrate rips would be disappointing' .. the gems deserve betta!

    Blog's looking great!

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  10. do you have a mail ? i'd like speak in private with you ..let me know !

    send me a message here if you're interested

    zzcossu@gmail.com

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  11. Awesome blog!! I just found out about it from a friend/member of the Test Card Circle. I added your link to my blog.
    Bryan

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  12. Great blog !!!

    If you got the "bruton" album called
    "ATMOSPHERIC CHORALE" by JOHN CAMERON
    it would be much appriciated.

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  13. great blog! i have high hopes for vandroogenbroeck´s video games & data movements. anyone have his "middle ages", also coloursound?
    regards, trond

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  14. "Middle ages" you already find somewhere in the internet, I'm not sure, but have a look on "the Library Hunt" blog...
    "Video Games..." will come soon!

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  15. nope, "middle ages" is nowhere to be found, maybe you can point me to it?
    regards, trond

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  16. "girls and trombones" by Volker Kriegel. German library on Biton (BIT 2001) with pain orange sleeve if I well remember
    Pat

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  17. nice, that Video Games & Data Movements lp looks promising. i'm looking forward to hearing it.

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  18. hi really great site keep up the good work it takes a lot of time and dedication to run a blog and i know any how would love to hear the conroy sounds funky album will this be upped soon many thanks soul diggs

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  19. It'll be nice and very appreciated to find this Klaus Weiss album shared here in the near future...Thank you!

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  20. I am really REALLY looking forward to the Video Games & Data Movements rip ... how long until it's ready?

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  21. I can't wait for these upcoming vinyls because it's something really good for us who love video games, I hope getting them as soon as possible.m10m

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  22. Hey, the Video Games & Data Movements one is so rare, and also not posted yet anywhere. Please someone do if possible.

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  23. Plus it got some good reviews, maybe also it sounds a bit like the movements on Joel V.'s Computer Blossoms album.

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  24. Another voice to the chorus for the posting of "Video Games & Data Movements" by the mighty prog/library god Joel Vandroogenbroeck (a sign of how deep you are into this kind of music is when you can spell 'V.D.B. Joel's surname without any prompting!)

    Aside from the titles on the album (Software Jungle and Informatic Terminal alone have me salivating!) its the line taken from the cover about:

    "Compositions using the original sounds and noises of various video games as musical instruments"

    that makes it to my top five of albums I must hear before I die!...musique concrète eighties style! how can anyone resist!?

    And on top of that there is not even a single vastly overpriced copy to be had on Discogs!

    Erm...you did say in the comments June 2009 that the album "will come soon!"...I think a two year wait reflects the gravitas of this rarity!

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  25. hey any chance hearing the video games and data movements?

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