Author Topic: Letís talk Sam Fox/ Synchro-Fox stuff  (Read 1953 times)

Retronic

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Letís talk Sam Fox/ Synchro-Fox stuff
« on: November 21, 2018, 07:21:10 PM »
How many of the Sam Fox SF Run has seen the light of day on LMT or elsewhere over the years?  Which do you have and whatís missing?
I remember Frayker Breaks shared some of these with me years back which must be on a hard drive somewhere.  I remember one of them being really good & funky but donít remember the number.


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Re: Letís talk Sam Fox/ Synchro-Fox stuff
« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2018, 07:56:54 PM »
This is all I have...

sf 1015 - syd dale - modern beat & period music with a beat
sf 1016 - syd dale, brian fahey & malcolm lockyer
sf 1018 - syd dale & various - untitled
sf 1021 - joe sherman & william goldstein
sf 1023 - johnny hawksworth - a hawksworth happening
sf 1030 - untitled (1974)
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Retronic

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Re: Letís talk Sam Fox/ Synchro-Fox stuff
« Reply #2 on: November 21, 2018, 08:06:55 PM »
Iíll dig around and see what I have. Meanwhile can you up some for me Stack, please.
1015
1021
1030


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Re: Letís talk Sam Fox/ Synchro-Fox stuff
« Reply #3 on: November 21, 2018, 09:29:00 PM »
No problem, Retro. Links below:

SF 1015
mega.nz/#!cNRFgQLB!JYDJ2EkoF-A23PMZrXMyvs7rF8pp8yNgMhMiyPa0tcQ

SF 1021
mega.nz/#!gFZFGA6D!LGtMBXbd6DhwX25IxNrTjqFd88aZ9AxnxEvxoZ9nu_o

SF 1030 - FLAC
mega.nz/#!0VR1kSoQ!ZwJlUdxcaoOnfeK67CKgWa-yVXQrI9qXPVNxiMfyQ0c
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Retronic

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Re: Letís talk Sam Fox/ Synchro-Fox stuff
« Reply #4 on: November 21, 2018, 09:41:29 PM »
Thanks Stack!

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Re: Letís talk Sam Fox/ Synchro-Fox stuff
« Reply #5 on: November 21, 2018, 10:39:10 PM »
These are the records I have.  Some are kind of scratchy.
SF 1001
SF 1002
SF 1006
SF 1012
SF 1013
SF 1015
SF 1016
SF 1017
SF 1018

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Re: Letís talk Sam Fox/ Synchro-Fox stuff
« Reply #6 on: November 21, 2018, 10:55:13 PM »
Cool initiative! I really like this label, with its timeless, cool logo and varied catalogue.
A load of sleeved Synchro-Fox LPs showed up on eBay a short while back, I hope someone here snagged a few :)

In addition to what has been mentioned so far, I have these:
SF 1003 - Scenic, Title Music/Light Movement, Travel/Saxophone Quartet/Jazz/Romantic, Sentimental/Solos in Three Moods (Gay, Neutral, Sad)/Duets/Space Music, Suspense
SF 1010 - Industrial/National/Scenic/Pastorale/Dramatic/March (Children's/Toy)/Dance/Jazz/Swing/Novelties
SF 1019 - Untitled (Sten Clift)
SF 1020 - Electronic Effects
SF 1022 [incomplete] - Nuances of Hale Smith/Untitled
SF 1029 - Deserted Palace Volume 1

SF 2001 - Light and Modern Movement/Marches/Documentary/Ceremonial/Dramatic/Suspense

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Re: Letís talk Sam Fox/ Synchro-Fox stuff
« Reply #7 on: November 22, 2018, 12:13:44 AM »
Cool initiative! I really like this label, with its timeless, cool logo and varied catalogue.
A load of sleeved Synchro-Fox LPs showed up on eBay a short while back, I hope someone here snagged a few :)

In addition to what has been mentioned so far, I have these:
SF 1003 - Scenic, Title Music/Light Movement, Travel/Saxophone Quartet/Jazz/Romantic, Sentimental/Solos in Three Moods (Gay, Neutral, Sad)/Duets/Space Music, Suspense
SF 1010 - Industrial/National/Scenic/Pastorale/Dramatic/March (Children's/Toy)/Dance/Jazz/Swing/Novelties
SF 1019 - Untitled (Sten Clift)
SF 1020 - Electronic Effects
SF 1022 [incomplete] - Nuances of Hale Smith/Untitled
SF 1029 - Deserted Palace Volume 1

SF 2001 - Light and Modern Movement/Marches/Documentary/Ceremonial/Dramatic/Suspense

1019 and 2001 would be amazing when you get time :)

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Re: Letís talk Sam Fox/ Synchro-Fox stuff
« Reply #8 on: November 22, 2018, 03:31:59 AM »


     [A Sam Fox Production] SF 1010 - Mario Nascimbene - Industrial Revolution, 1965
     h++ps://www9.zippyshare.com/v/Qz9C5O0T/file.html (.mp3)
     h++ps://www9.zippyshare.com/v/LWTRE0HX/file.html (.flac)

Retronic

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Re: Letís talk Sam Fox/ Synchro-Fox stuff
« Reply #9 on: November 22, 2018, 08:12:57 AM »
Excellent.  Thanks fpr the responses and for the 1010 a8detective.
Mr, would you up 1020 & YPD would you upload 1017, please? 

My old list suggests I have mp3's of the following somewhere:
1006/1012/1013/1015/1021/1022/1029/1030
If anyone can easily up these it would save me digging.  I have some LPs I've never ripped as well that I can do.
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Re: Letís talk Sam Fox/ Synchro-Fox stuff
« Reply #10 on: November 22, 2018, 08:58:32 AM »
One thing i've always wondered about the Sam Fox stuff, is how far in years it goes? Never found any mid - late 70's stuff. Was always very early 70's and earlier. Did it crap out after early 70's or is later stuff just mega rare?

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Re: Letís talk Sam Fox/ Synchro-Fox stuff
« Reply #11 on: November 22, 2018, 03:43:11 PM »
One thing i've always wondered about the Sam Fox stuff, is how far in years it goes? Never found any mid - late 70's stuff. Was always very early 70's and earlier. Did it crap out after early 70's or is later stuff just mega rare?

The library actually started out publishing folios music for silent films, as well as popular music and marches. According to entries in Business Screen Magazine, it went into the recorded music business in 1930, although the physical releases I've seen are likely mid-to-late 1960s, the run ending in I presume the early 70s. They also had a subsidiary in England, the Synchro Library of Recorded Music, those were released in the late 50s (1957-59). I suspect a lot of the material on this label was acquired, as you have material from British (definitely from Synchro), French (likely from the French Synchro-Disc label), Dutch (from the Sonorama label) and even Mexican composers in addition to the Americans like Joe Sherman and William Goldstein.

Love this label, too, and there's so much great stuff on it [Syd Dale's tracks in particular are brilliant, apparently recorded with the same musicians in Cologne who recorded a lot of the early KPM stuff]. Kinda overlooked when you compare it to, say, Walter Murphy's tracks on Valentino, Capitol, or the Tanner stuff, sadly.

If you're curious, some of my favorite tracks on the label and its branches overseas would be "Route Nationale" by Roger Roger [Synchro FM (pretty sure that stands for "Fox Music") 236), "Forever Frantic" by Robert Mersey [retitled "Dot and Dash" by the folks at Carlin Production Music], "Cool Bossa Nova" by Malcolm Lockyer [SF 1018] and "Sand Dance" by Syd Dale [SF 1015].
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Re: Letís talk Sam Fox/ Synchro-Fox stuff
« Reply #12 on: November 22, 2018, 08:46:50 PM »
These are what I got, in addition to what has been mentioned above.
1001 1002 1006 1012 1013 1017 1025

Let me know guys if you're interested in any.
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Retronic

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Re: Letís talk Sam Fox/ Synchro-Fox stuff
« Reply #13 on: November 22, 2018, 09:11:49 PM »
Would love 6, 12,13, 15, 21, 25, 29, 30.

Thanks Greta. Will return the favour when I get mine ripped ;-)

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Re: Letís talk Sam Fox/ Synchro-Fox stuff
« Reply #14 on: November 22, 2018, 09:38:19 PM »
Thank you A8 for the Nascimbene upgrade.





Would love 6, 12,13, 15, 21, 25, 29, 30.
Thanks Greta. Will return the favour when I get mine ripped ;-)
Sure, upping now.
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