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By texasvinyl
#105326 Maybe someone will give this a reissue, I wish I had the $600+ to get a copy but that ain't happenin haha

Someone should totally scoop up that Henry Stone Orchestra on the Carillo, there are a couple of great tracks on it.
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By milliondollars
#105337 browsing through the Southern catalogue a little. this almost down-home record does it for me. solid jazzy cues with some outstanding moments.

i must confess that i have a weakness for library records using the terms jazz, dramatic and mystery. can't help myself. just difficult to pass on them, haha!

https://www.discogs.com/Westway-Studio- ... se/3450817

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By milliondollars
#105341 i think it does not happen often that an library record gets 5 stars from every person rating. surely this does not mean anything but still, i consider this as one of the best De Wolfe's and it would be in my De Wolfe top 10 for sure. what a versatile composer Peter Reno was! kind of a underrated small-time Umiliani from the UK, haha!

in my opinion it off starts a bit lame, but gets super exciting till the end. if you listen to it a few times, it is so rewarding. check the youtube clip to hear the full rip of this critically acclaimed record...

https://www.discogs.com/Peter-Reno-Synt ... se/3140349

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By Dollarhyde
#105342 @milliondollars

Need to get that one!

Peter Reno, or rather 'Cliff Twemlow' is somewhat of a legend. Aside from library work he also acted and directed. I think a book was even written about him. There is a great finders keepers podcast where they discuss him, one of the Halloween ones I think, with Vincent Price, not "the" Vincent price, talking about him.

And let's not forget the Peter Reno track "I'm a man" used in DOTD.


EDIT * Christopher Lee! not Vincent Price,
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By milliondollars
#105363 anyone else spotted the recent Capitol Hi-Q series auctions on ebay?

was bidding on quite some of them but the only one that i got was this one:
https://www.discogs.com/Unknown-Artist- ... e/11938743

luckily it is a great one! quirky funky electronic stuff which brings Boneschi and Safred to my mind.

the record has inspired me to do another useles list on discogs....the zodiac library list. very short. let me know if i have missed something which fits in there:

https://www.discogs.com/lists/Zodiac-signs/407946
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By texasvinyl
#105380 @million didn't see the hi-q stuff. Did they sell for much? So hard to know what you might get with those. Out of the 10-12 I got awhile back maybe 1 was pretty good, 1 was okay the others were pretty generic, classical music, cheesy big band and swing. There is not much info about any of them to be found really anywhere, they must not have made many..