Sold/Expired Second-hand cds for sale

PeterBale

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Staff member
I have a few second-hand cds that are surplus to requirements. I was going to put them on ebay but thought I'd give tMPers first refusal. The jewel cases have slight storage marks, and that for the Evelyn Glennie one is cracked, but the cds play fine:

Movie Brass - Grimethorpe
Evelyn Glennie meets the Black Dyke Band
Euphony - Steven Mead & the RNCM Brass Band
Grimethorpe - Grimethorpe (SOLD)

£7 each, inclusive of p&p

pm me for track listings or any other queries
 

Maestro

Active Member
I have to say that the service that this seller provides is second to none. Mine were even delivered personally. :lol: :lol:
 

John Brooks

Well-Known Member
Maestro said:
I have to say that the service that this seller provides is second to none. Mine were even delivered personally. :lol: :lol:
Impressive maybe, second to none........not quite. WoB is providing me with a similar service on Saturday. Hand delivered in Toronto no less :wink:
 

PeterBale

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Staff member
Four more cds to dispose of - £7 each inc p&p. pm me for further details.

They will be on here until after Easter, when any remaining will go onto ebay:

  • Movie Brass - Grimethorpe Colliery U.K. Coal Band

    The London Trumpet Sound, Vol 1

    Phenomenon - Brett Baker & Ian Porthouse, + Flowers Band

    The Origin of the Species - The Wallace Collection (SOLD)
    Music written and arranged for the Cyfarthfa Band in the 19th Century, played by professional brass players on period instruments, and including Joseph Parry's "Tydfil Overture" (probably the first original work for brass band by an established composer).
 

lynchie

Active Member
Might want to fix that link for Phenomenon Peter, it seems to be going to the London Trumpet Sound page...
 

lynchie

Active Member
outbid with 28 seconds to go... by someone whose name looks cunningly like Keppler... :evil:
 

Keppler

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Staff member
I plead innocence - was an imposter - and looks nothing like me!
Would I do that to a fellow Celt?
 
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