September 28, 2005

Delph CD Order

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I received an email a while ago saying that I may be able to buy Delph Whit Friday CDs direct from Delph at the bargainous price of £10 + p&p. This compares to about £13 + p&p from World of Brass or 4BR. Is anyone interested in buying a CD? We could put a band order in and haggle the price. I've already bought the CD and it is pretty good, with the (amazing) Dyke playing my favourite march, Knight Templar, and other bands…

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  1. Yep I'm in.

    28 Sep 2005, 14:50

  2. i'll get in on some of that action!!

    28 Sep 2005, 16:20

  3. Matt Gilbert

    Put me down for one Bruce.

    29 Sep 2005, 12:35

  4. One for me please!

    29 Sep 2005, 14:32

  5. two for me please :)

    29 Sep 2005, 19:15

  6. Skinner

    Me too if you'd be so kind.

    29 Sep 2005, 19:25

  7. Actually, I'd like a second CD too!

    29 Sep 2005, 21:22

  8. Matt Shields

    Yes please. Cheers, Bruce.

    29 Sep 2005, 22:14

  9. I'll have as well please. Cheers

    30 Sep 2005, 09:40

  10. I received an email from Mary Rogers at Delph club saying they will be £11 (including p+p) but for a bulk order we won't have to pay p+p. However, they have not received their batch of CDs from WoB yet, she has been badgering Nick Childs for them for us. Do ex-members (i.e. who live away from Warwick) want their copies sent direct to them or can you pick them up from here some time in the near future? If you want them sent to you it would probably easier if I give you her email and you order them direct.

    30 Sep 2005, 13:24

  11. I'm a bit concerned that Matt Gilbert has just ordered a Bruce. A bit lonely up in Manchester, Matt?

    30 Sep 2005, 14:11

  12. The RRP for a 'Bruce' is considerably more than that for a CD with Brass Soc on.

    30 Sep 2005, 15:15

  13. Matt Gilbert

    Well Bruce is the poor man's Edd Crust. My grant's not come in yet.

    01 Oct 2005, 10:30

  14. The order has arrived now. Say goodbye to some of your hard earnt cash.

    25 Oct 2005, 17:46

  15. ARGHHHH!!!

    25 Oct 2005, 22:45


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