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Based in United Kingdom, mariachi-jim has been an eBay member since 07 Jul, 2006

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  • AAA+++
    01 Oct, 2014
  • Fantastic thanks
    30 Sep, 2014
  • Super Fast shipping incredibly packaged perfect item! Highly recommended seller!
    30 Sep, 2014
  • Always cool. Thanks again Jim!
    29 Sep, 2014
  • Thank you for an easy, pleasant transaction. Excellent buyer. A++++++.
    29 Sep, 2014
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Gestalt Adaptations
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The Pogues - Waiting for Herb (1993)
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The Pogues - Waiting for Herb (1993)
In which the good ship Pogue Mahone sailed into choppy waters following the mutiny against recalcitrant skipper, Shane MacGowan. It would be easy to view this as a terrible mistake and that any group would be scuppered by the loss of such a charismatic navigator, yet this flawed classic contains ample evidence to the contrary. Admittedly an inconsistent affair, it is still better than their previous two efforts (MacGowan's muse being distinctly on the wane), and contains a handful of exc...
Various Artists - Bachelor's Little Black Book (1997)
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Various Artists - Bachelor's Little Black Book (1997)
Seductive bachelor pad sounds with this swingin' set of lounge classics. A fine example of the difference between music made by people on drugs and music that sounds like being on drugs (the lysergic ease of car boot perennial Mantovani or the trippy cheese of Silvana Mangano being cases in point). Produced by Rod Mckuen, this features great tracks from the likes of Perez Prado, Bing Crosby (yodelling!) and Esquivel. There's also a killer 'Harlem Nocturne'-esque slice of c...
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