As many collectors know, searching in flea markets is a pleasure that so often can bring you surprises, or great disapponitments too!! I have never stopped, wherever i am, trying to search my “Graal” in dirty boxes, with other people that are seeing in the same boxes hating me, as everyone would want to search quietly and without other hands over the same records they are looking for. Ok, there is plenty of websites to buy the most sought after vinyls, at home, in front of a glass of wine, but the pleasure to do new discoveries in dusty markets is something only many collectors can understand. So, you can imagine what a surprise it was to discover that just below home, in a small and not interesting village, was held one of these markets. It was easter day, and i was not eating any chocolate easter egg, but walking around the waterfront of my city. I noticed an easter market with some stalls selling food and, stifled by these, a small stall with records of all kinds and age piled chaotically. Here’s how to spend a perfect non-easter day! Rummaging through old records, and just below home! I came back with two bags containing 100 vinyls. No gems or perhaps particular rarities, but i enjoy it here to post some of the records found. Have fun !
-Brooklyn Dolls – Hey, We’re Gay! – B-side of a 7″ – label Gaiee Records – Italy – 1977
-Cheero – Stop That Boy! – B-side of a 7″ – label RCA Victor – France – 1978
-Detlev – F.K.K. (Spaßversion Von >>Dschinghis Khan<<) – A-side of a 7” – label Hansa – Germany – 1979
-Irvin Et Indira – Amour Disco – A-side of a 7″ – label Disc’Az – France – 1978