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Just got issue 2 spinning now, actually a very good pressing, was £9.99 and got me into a 10 minute conversation with the shop manager sharon who was wishing she still had a record player.......
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Billie Holiday was £20, I think.

The fourth of the series is only £15 ... Charlie Parker.

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andrew Ivimey wrote:Billie Holiday was £20, I think.

The fourth of the series is only £15 ... Charlie Parker.

Have things peaked?
Jazz Mathematics innit?

Jazz with Words = £20

Jazz without Words = £15
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Makes sense I spose. ..
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As David Byrne said "singing is a trick to get people to listen to music for longer than they ordinarily would" .
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that too makes sense... I spose.
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You're really the Sposemeister today Andrew !

What's the Charlie Parker album/collection then ? - I have a two or three LP's in the racks.
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Spose I am.

'Now's the Time' - haven't played it yet. I have expectations - Spose I'll be disappointed.

Actually I spose I'm feeling very depressed. No really, I am.

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Spose I'll drink more than is good for me tonight.

Spose so ;-)
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To be served by S'Jose, spose!
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Dave the bass wrote:
andrew Ivimey wrote:Billie Holiday was £20, I think.

The fourth of the series is only £15 ... Charlie Parker.

Have things peaked?
Jazz Mathematics innit?

Jazz with Words = £20

Jazz without Words = £15
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Has this magazine conked out? I haven't seen it in Smith's recently.
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Maybe they've ran out of Jazz LP's to stick on the front, there can't be that many can there?
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There's a Baja in California I believe.
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andrew Ivimey wrote:Has this magazine conked out? I haven't seen it in Smith's recently.
Hope it doesn't go the way of 'Elephants and Trains' magazine !
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Baja, Baja, Baja, Baja, Baja, Baja, Baja, Baja, Baja, Baja, Baja, Baja, Mushroom, Mushroom.
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