Brand New Second Hand #1

Written by on 26th February 2016

We can’t all buy new releases everyday. But when you find yourself getting that urge for wax, don’t worry! There’s more than enough bargains to be found in your local record stores.

Every week Melodic Distraction’s favourite vinylist Tom Lye will be sharing his best finds from the bargain box’s across Liverpool to show that you can get buy on a budget. Hit play and read on…

First up in this series I visit my favourite second hand store in Liverpool, Dig Vinyl, situated underneath Bold Street’s bohemian clothes shop Soho. Here are my favourite finds:

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1.) Eddy & The Soulband – Theme from Shaft (Young & Strong Edit) [Club] £3

One of the greatest theme songs to kick us into gear. Practise your best funk voice in front of a mirror.

 

 

 


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2.) Makina – Plesi [Rythmo-Disc] £3

A fantastic find here, an entire lp ranging from latin jazz to soca… I’ve picked out “Plesi” due to the wonderful steel drums and backing vocals.

 

 

 


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3.) Chaka Kahn – Heed The Warning [Warner Bros. Records] £1

One of the all time greats for a quid. Have faith in her words, ‘Everything’s gonna be alright!’.

 

 

 


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4.) Twin Hype – For Those Who Like to Groove [Profile] £1

A great example of some early house breaks from Twin Hype, throwing you back to ’89.

 

 

 


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5.) JALN Band – Get Up (& Let Yourself Go) [Magnet] £1

These guys always have the funkiest tunes. This slots right into the disco boogie selection. Check out ‘I’ve Got to Sing’ as well!

 

 

 

 


 

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6.) The Fatback Band – I Found Lovin’ [Master Mix Records] £2

Love the electro element to this disco tune. Think Vice City.

 

 

 

 


 

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7.) Shackleton – I Want to Eat You [Mordant Music] £1

Surprised to see this 10” in the bargain bin but the B side has a bit of wear & tear. Strictly 140 here, Shackleton scaring you with the sub frequencies.

 

 

 


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