Slightly more esoteric CDs and cassettes for sale

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All of the following are CDs except where noted (the images should make things fairly obvious when it's a cassette).

  • BIRDSONG FROM THE STROUD VALLEY (Private release, no catalogue number. Presumably issued 2005ish) M/M £8

  • BR DIESELWEB AUDIO: Class 37 (Volume 1) (BR Dieselweb, no catalogue number, 2005) Class 37 diesel recordings by A. J. Slater. CD-R, rather than commercially-pressed CD. M/M £15

  • THE CHAMBER POP ENSEMBLE/LONDON SAXOPHONE QUARTET: The Chamber Pop Ensemble/From Medieval to Jazz (Vocalion, CDLX 4428, 2011) Excellent digitisation of two examples of some of Decca's more 'out there' moments of whimsey. M/M £5
  • CLANGERS: Original Television Music (Trunk, SOUP001CD, can't find a date of release) A light dink and slight creasing of inlay, so VG. Disc M £5
  • ROBERTO DELGARDO: Lounge Legends (Polydor/Universal, 549 877-2, this compilation 2001) Cheese, wonderful cheese. EX/M £5
  • REGINALD DIXON: Tower Ballroom Favourites (EMI Compacts For Pleasure, CC 255, 1990) EX/M £3
  • TERRY DURHAM: Crystal Telephone (Vocalion, CDSML 8401, 2005) Welcome reissue of the classically-expensive Deram oddity from 1969. All the styles get thrown in and we even have Evan Parker alongside cheesy-listening-Deramic-Sound-System-Orchestral-In-The-Night-style fare. Odd, certainly. M/M £5
  • FLANAGAN & ALLEN: Underneath the Arches (Music For Pleasure/EMI, CD-DL 1209 MONO, 1991) Plastic case has a crack, otherwise rest is M. £4
  • FUZZY-FELT FOLK (Trunk, can't read catalogue number - too small, 2006) Best reason to buy is the Basil Kirchin demo, Start Counting. M/M £5
  • GOON SHOW CLASSICS (2 CASSETTE SET. BBC Enterprises, ZBBC 1007, 1988) The Dreaded Batter Pudding Hurler of Bexhill-on-Sea; The Histories of Pliny the Elder; The Jet-Propelled NAAFI; The Evils of Bushy Spoon. Inlay has some fingerprints on the rear, so VG. Tapes M. £3
  • GOON SHOW CLASSICS (2 CASSETTE SET. BBC Enterprises, ZBBC 1513, 1993) The White Box of Great Bardfield; The Tales of Montmartre; The Great Bank Robbery; The Mystery of the Fake Neddie Seagoons. EX/M. £3
  • RADIOPHONIC WORKSHOP: Africa (Cavendish Music, released by arrangement with BBC Enterprises, CAV CD 57, 1994) Music is credited to Peter Howell (ex-Ithaca and Agincourt, as mindlessly-expensive private-press folk record fans will know), Richard Attree, Roger Limb and Malcolm Clark. Have a sneak preview of the music. Crease and couple of dinks in inlay, so VG. Disc M £15
  • THE ROAD TO HEAVEN (CASSETTE. Saydisc, CSDL331, 1982) Includes a fold-out insert, chock-full of information about the mechanical music herein. Yet anoter quality Saydisc offering. M/M £5
  • THE SWINGLE SINGERS: Sing Irving Berlin (Pulse/Sanctuary, PLSCD 644, 2003) Still sealed. M/M £5