In memory of Johnny Peret

In memory of Johnny Peret
In memory of my friend Johnny Peret, vibist, drummer, accordeonist extraordinaire

Sunday, June 19, 2011

THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME

Will I ever have the time to rip and post these albums ....

Some little-known Belgian albums ...


 Swiss (& international) ...


France & Antilles Francaises (French West Indies) 





Canada





Faroe Islands!  



 UK




USA
....





6 comments:

  1. I sure hope so [:-) even if you do "only" 1 every month... by the time you finished the ones here above, well, maybe you might even have a new government (sorry! just kiddin [:-)
    peace, E-mile

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  2. Hi e-mile,
    don't worry. Our problem is not that we do not have a government but, probably, that we have too many: 6 at the last count!
    To go back to ripping, my problem is that I can only do it when I'm in Belgium (where my LPs are) but I'm currently working abroad. I'm afraid you'll have to imagine the music by looking at the covers until i go back to Motherland.
    In the meantime, I'm posting what I have on my hard-drive (and it's still quite a lot);
    Cheers

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  3. Just realized that the Les DeMerle album was already posted by Bacoso at OIR and Oufar-Khan in in 2007. Check the link at:
    http://oufarkhan.blogspot.com/2007/10/les-demerle-transfusion-1978.html

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  4. Damn. Bibi Rovère backing Sardaby's piano? this looks very interesting...
    If only ripping records took the same time than downloading... Ha.
    N

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  5. Yes Hanimex and a damn' good album it is! To the best of my knowledge it has not been reissued on CD. A bit of patience, i'll go back to Belgium in a few weeks (but for a short time only), I'll try to rip a few of these beauties.
    Cheers

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  6. I just checked on Google and realised that Michel Sardaby - Blue Sunset had been reissued on CD in Japan and is probably available - on order - from FNAC France and perhaps Amazon France (listed but currently out of stock).
    Highly recommended album!

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