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Item: CD collection

Location: Melbourne

Price: Free (almost)

Item Condition: Used

Reason for selling: Benign benevolence

Payment Method: n/a

I won an ebay auction for a small CD collection, located in Melbourne:

 

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Apparently the following is included:

 

1.    Jack Johnson - Brushfire Fairytales

2.    Johnny Cash – Orange Blossom Special

3.    Aretha Franklin – Respect: The Very Best of (double CD)

4.    Edith Piaf – La Vie En Rose: Live in Brussels

5.    Freda Payne – Unhooked Generation: The Complete Invictus Recordings

6.    Al Green – The Very Best of Al Green

7.    The Jam – Beat Surrender

8.    Sebadoh – Harmacy

9.    Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci – The Blue Trees

10. Nick Drake – Five Leaves Left

11. Nick Drake – Pink Moon

12. The Band – Music From Big Pink

13. The Band – self-titled

14. Moby Grape – the Best of – Crosstalk

15. Maggie Bell – The River Sessions

16. Eric Clapton – Time Pieces

17. The Cure – Boys Don’t Cry

18. The Cure – Standing on a Beach (The Singles) (no cover sleeve)

19. The Cure – Three Imaginary Boys

20. The Flaming Lips – Late Night Tales

21. Neil Young – Harvest Moon

22. Gene Clark – White Light

23. Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt, & Emilylou Harris – Trio

24. Emmylou Harris – Blue Kentucky Girl

25. Dolly Parton – Little Sparoow

26. The Dillards – Black Porch Bluegrass

27. Elbow – Leaders of the Free World

28. Silverchair – Young Modern

29. New Riders of the Purple Sage – 2 albums: N.R.P.S and Powerglide

30. The Beach Boys – Live in London

31. The Beach Boys – The Best of the Beach Boys – Volume 3 (no cover sleeve)

32. Beyonce – B’Day

33. Smoke City – Flying Away

34. After Dinner Mint – The Essential Chill

35. Ministry of Sound – the chillout annual 2002

36. Shostakovich – Cello Concerto (London Symphony Orchestra)

37. Schubert: Piano Trios Nos 1 & 2

38. Beethoven: Complete Violin Sonatas

39. Memoirs of a Geisha – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

40. The Hunting Party

41. The Juliana Hatfield Three – Become What you are

42. Missy Higgins – On a Clear Night

 

As per usual, this will be a competition. Entry is open to SNA members with a post count of 50 or more, who are willing to pick up the collection from Melbourne (Caulfield North).

To enter, post a reply to this thread. No PMs, please, just add a reply here. Soon I will pick someone at random and provide details on contacting the seller of the collection. Then it's up to you.

I mentioned "almost free". One condition is that the winner sends me some of the classical CDs. All the rest is yours to keep. Bargain!

Good luck!

--Geoff

Edited by hired goon

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Hired Goon....  Use me... and abuse me ;-)

 

Some good titles for both of us :-D BTW I'm local to Caulfield.

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It's certainly a varied collection there.

(I'm not entering.........just commenting!)

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Too far for me, ..... I think

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Hi

 

Also just a tad too far to pick up, but gotta love ya for the thought

 

JJ

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Too far for me, ..... I think

 

Don't trams go there?

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I'm in ;)

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Awesome offer - count me in goon.

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I'm local and would love a listen to this varied collection.

So HG ..

Whip me beat me call me trash I'll still pick'em up for ya!

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I'm in.

Graham

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I'm in.

 

Cheers.

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There's some nice toons on offer here: Nick Drake, The Band, Neil Young, Al Green, etc.

I already have the Gorky CD, nice folky stuff, whoever wins should enjoy it.

--Geoff

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I live 150km away but I will take Frodo and Sam with me and we will turn it into an adventure?

Pick us.

Plus it gets us away from this guy. Really annoying.

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Edited by Dr Nick

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Your generosity knows no bounds Geoff.

 

Kudos to you mate!

 

I won't play as I'm sure there are plenty of others who would enjoy these great discs.

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One condition is that the winner sends me some of the classical CDs. All the rest is yours to keep.

 

 

Not fair! :mad:

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I won't play as I'm sure there are plenty of others who would enjoy these great discs.

Would have been a bit difficult for you to pick up the CDs in Melbourne when you live on the Sunny Coast of Queensland. ;-)

--Geoff

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Not fair! :mad:

Normally I don't ask for anything in return, but this lot cost me more than I usually spend, and the Beethoven violin sonatas look interesting, so I think it's not a bad deal, considering.

--Geoff

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Would have been a bit difficult for you to pick up the CDs in Melbourne when you live on the Sunny Coast of Queensland. ;-)

--Geoff

 

That's what I thought!

 

The crop must be in!

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Whoever win, please send me Edit Piaf, will pay for it.

Good luck to contestants.

Cheers

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Would have been a bit difficult for you to pick up the CDs in Melbourne when you live on the Sunny Coast of Queensland. ;-)

--Geoff

 

 

I have long arms Geoff!  Very long arms!!!

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I'll throw my hat in the ring. Thanks HG.

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please send me Edit Piaf

 

 

Edith's dead, Jim (but her music lives on).  Actually I rather adore the typo 'edit piaf'

 

Please count me in.  I will travel to Caulfield North to inspect the tram system and obtain the many curiosities in here.  It's a 'gap filler' collection when thrown up against what we already have here in the third drawer down.

 

Claisscal CDs to you, HG, as stipulated.

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Picking a post at random using my sophisticated software ... and the winner is ...

 

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OMG! #10 ! Joz!

 

I will be in touch with contact details, Joz.

 

Thanks for playing everyone.

 

--Geoff

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