Wednesday, October 20, 2010

As an Addendum to the previous post, it should be noted that the "Groovy Kind of Love" 12" and the Buster soundtrack often appear alongside the duets; unsurprisingly, since these are also instances of Diluted.Phil.

Also, a lot of Simon and Garfunkel records have been sliding into 2nd.hand bin focus recently. Not the early stuff, but the mid-period; far, far more than, say, Art Garfunkel solo LPs.


At 8:18 am, Blogger Loki said...

weird, i was just going to argue that around here (the deeper darker depths of Northern Somerset - not your poncey 'nestled in the Somerset/Dorset border' areas - Art Garfunkel solo LPs unusually proliferate... alongside, incidentally, Gabriel era Genesis LPs...

At 11:15 am, Blogger I am not Kek-w said...

Ha! Tell a Martockee or a Chardite that they're poncey and you'll get a cudgel round the back o'yer head for your trouble lol. But, living next to Dorset border does bring it's share of 'problems', you're right. I went over to Sherborne eralier in the week and got the usual sniffiness and funny looks from cafe staff, etc. It's like they *know* you're from Yeovil.

Genesis wise, the Gabriel era albums don't tend to show up v. often round here, tho I did score "Selling England By The Pound" a while back (what a prescient title, eh?)...the most common albums are the mid-period post-Gabriel-prior-to-them-going-Pop ones: "...And Then There Were Three" is a perennial bin-appearer.

word verif: "FOLLYS" lol


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