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« on: November 11, 2017, 02:18:58 PM »

This topic is for the sale of (and requests for) music related items only.

Just place one post here. After that, all communications must be by IM.
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« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2017, 04:27:22 PM »

Hello all,
Iíve had clearance for this post from YaBB, so donít panic!
For many reasons Iím having a clear out of cds that I no longer listen to.
Iíve absolutely loads of stuff and some of it is F.C. and related. Where better to sell this stuff than Talkawhile?  Iíve some box sets too that Iíll add another time if anyone is interested.
Should anybody be interested, Colin has asked that we communicate by personal messages.
Ideally, Iíd like to sell everything to a single buyer if possible.
I donít want to sting anybody so - 21+ cds for £42, plus whichever form of postage you desire would be extra.

List is as follows:

Jewel In The Crown
Sense Of Occasion
Tipplers Tales
Fairport Companion (double) various artists
The Wood And The Wire
Who Knows Where The Time Goes? 1998
Encore Encore
Before The Moon (double)
XXXV
Over The Next Hill
Angel Delight
Old New Borrowed Blue
The Cropredy Box (triple)
Before Your Time - Simon Nicol

All the following are all RT:
You, Me, Us (double)
Dream Attic
Grizzly Man
Small Town Romance
the Old Kit Bag
Front Parlour Ballads
Sweet Warrior

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« Reply #2 on: November 12, 2017, 05:45:52 PM »

Theyíve been sold thank you.  Grin
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« Reply #3 on: October 02, 2018, 04:19:12 PM »

Hey All

I have in my possession a collection of old Folk Roots magazines that I have had for 12-13 years. They were given to me by an old family friend (now passed away) who had a subscription to the magazine for many years, but rarely read them. He gave them to me when he found out I had recently taken an interest in folk music, but I too have hardly touched them. They have taken up space for too long and I have decided the time is right to get rid of them.

The collection is not complete but it does include:

Issues 21, 22 & 23 of ĎSouthern Ragí (before it was called Folk Roots)

Issues 25 -222, 225, 230 -250, 252 - 255 and 265 of Folk Roots.

Also in the collection is Issue 207 of Dirty Linen.

Issues are in good condition, most of them near perfect. Many of them have the name ĎAllení written on them (the previous owner). Issue 230/231 has had an order form cut from the back page / back cover and Issue 2015 has a torn front cover, all other issues are undamaged.

Is there anyone on here that is interested in taking them off my hands, or knows of anyone or anywhere else I might be able to try and sell them? I have no idea what the value of them would be.

Cheers.

Dan.
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« Reply #4 on: October 02, 2018, 08:25:34 PM »

Personally, I'd put them on eBay.  Having said that, it might be worth checking with Ian A. Anderson first (he's on Facebook)?

I had a few copies of Southern Rag...bought from Collett's when I went up to London on my own at about the age of 13/14.  It seems a long time ago....
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