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G - Heavy wear, music still predominates with marks & scratches, label damage but record plays from start to finish
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WOL - Writing On Label
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The Black Music Records & African Crafts Fair VII
I'M A COLLECTOR SO I PREFER TO TRADE RATHER THAN SELL ALL OFFERS SHOULD BE SENT TO: RIDDIM MACKA C/O 9 JUPITER COURT, SEASPRITE CLOSE, NORTHOLT, MIDDLESEX UB5 6EB ENGLAND (THIS IS A MAILING ADDRESS ONLY) TEL NO: (+44)(0)7960068341OR E-MAIL:
Records + Cards + Books + Food + Clothes + African Crafts & Artefacts and now: Artist Showcases
The fair now has an open mic session for conscious (and that means NO four-letter words!) artists and poets, plus organisations with something to say to the community. Includes DJing, story-telling by Frances Somers Cocks ('Abraham Hannibal And The Raiders Of The Sands'), Rob Swift and Snakeyman of The Good Samaritan Music Project, plus more acts to be added!
The Black Music Records & African Crafts Fair VII takes place on Saturday March 18 2006, 12.30-5.30pm at: Tavistock Hall, 25 High Street, next to the KFC, Harlesden, London NW10.(Willesden Junction BR/tube station. Jubilee Clock stop: Buses 18, 187, 206, 220, 226, 260, 266, Admission is free.