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  1. Ian McP

    The Song Game Mk III

    .... and who remembers Chris Winter's ABC fantastic music show Room To Move? That show was one of my pivotable influences in my quest for great music. Named after this tune. http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2012/09/19/3593458.htm
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    The Song Game Mk III

    some Bill Laswell fueled funk! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Material_(band)
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    Advise on Cawsey Cables

    Cawsey Audio: current address and phone 41 Edward St, Brunswick VIC 3056 0433 884 924
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    The Song Game Mk III

    Fun Fun Fun ..... Davenport Blues?
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    Continuum Turntable looking for info

    you could be cheeky and contact him direct for advice http://audio-union.com/Helix.php
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    Continuum Turntable looking for info

    yep, Mark Dohmann http://www.telosaudiodistributors.com/about-our-team/ < Mark Döhmann Mark started his audio journey in 1974 with a broken mechanical wind-up 78 RPM Gramophone with the instruction from his engineer father, “son, see if you can fix this”. Vinyl replay in this home at that time was a state-of-the-art Pioneer Quadrophonic stereo and player. Little did he know at the time that his father’s words would be the spark for an amazing career in audio. With a solid background in aeronautical engineering gained during a tenure with a major Australian airline during the 1980's, Mark designed and built his own record players from 1982 to 1993 (by Dohmann & Gusew). These beautiful hand-crafted players quickly developed a reputation as the best sounding turntables of their generation and are still held in high regard today by their owners. > a pic! < Aussie Hi-Fi history. A young Mark Dohmann (right) and Mark Gusew (left) with the first Continuum turntable (1982). > http://ow.ly/i/8L1YP
  7. pop, jazz and rock, Dutch Vinyl perhaps? https://www.dutchvinyl.com.au/ https://digginmelbourne.com/
  8. might be a hard ask to offload classical on vinyl, try @djb
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