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  1. I'll throw in: Jerry Garcia Duane Allman Chet Atkins Alvin Lee Robert Johnson Robin Trower Al Demiola Roy Clark Rory Gallager Kenny Burrell Johnny Winter Eric Clapton Tony Rice Roy Buchanan El-Kabong
  2. Gary, that is just so incredible. It doesn't seem possible...But, I have no doubt that are every bit as good as you described. They sure do look good in LFMH! Well done, I'm so happy for you. I would love to audition a pair. I'll bet Seattle has a dealer. Need to look into that once the plague years are over. Cheers!
  3. Shirley Manson...yup!
  4. Hey Dave, glad you checked in! As always, you have some great tunes spinning!!! Love your lp library. I would have no problem keeping myself entertained with it. Cheers
  5. The debut lp, reissued on the 20th Anniversary in 45 rpm. I had a chance to see this band a few times in clubs...They rock!! Garbage.
  6. Just finishing up with this ZZ Top record La Futura. Good record!
  7. I just watched a really good documentary on Netfilx about ZZ Top. Worth watching. Made me want to play them. I saw them once back in the '70's. They kicked some serious blues/rock. The line up was Point Blank, Aerosmith, and ZZ Top. The only thing I really remember was the weird vibe that night and the number of fights that broke out in the crowd. Just one of those nights of Rock and Roll and whiskey. Good times. ZZ Top - La Futura. In 45 rpm.
  8. It's 45 rpm Friday Night...Playing 45 rpm lp's!!! Started the night out with this Phenomenal reissue. Dire Straits - Communique.
  9. Day 8 of my exile...So this is fitting. Rolling Stones - Exile On Main St. A new re-issue. My trusty original album had to finally be retired. A victim of being a great lp any my days as a heavy partier.
  10. Why Thank you for the nod Tarheel. There are a couple of other Linn's that show themselves on this thread. They truly are an exceptional TT. Cheers!
  11. As a matter of fact they did! It was a summer outdoor concert. Great fun from what I can remember... Sticking with the Blues. Fleetwood Mac - In Chicago. Recorded in the Chess Ter-Mar Studios. Chicago, January 1969 Featuring: Otis Spann, Willie Dixon, Shackey Horton, J.T. Horton Honeyboy Edward's, and S.P. Leary.
  12. Nice selection! I saw that tour. I believe Gray Wright and The Beach Boys were also on the bill...Cheers!
  13. Sonny Boy Williamson - Down And Out Blues.
  14. B.B. King - Live in Cook County Jail.
  15. I forgot just how great this record is... The London Sessions - Howlin' Wolf.
  16. Been awhile since this was played... The London Howlin' Wolf Sessions. Featuring Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts.
  17. Side two opens with "Champagne and Refer"...That will cure what ails you...having your record produced by Johnny Winter ain't bad either... Muddy Waters - King Bee.
  18. Nothing beats those stuck at home covid-19 blues, than a little Mud... Muddy Waters - The King Bee.
  19. Thanks Dave...This will work until the Isle Of Wight show gets here. The Doors - Absolutely Live
  20. This one will also get yer Ya Ya's out...
  21. Not quite, but it is low MC, and it's on a Well Tempered Tone Arm. Cheers!
  22. Charlie's hot tonight!
  23. Because sometimes you just have to get yer ya Ya's out...
  24. This is a killer record...if you like soul music. She hit it out of the ball park. Joss Stone - The Soul Sessions. 2003
  25. Amy Winehouse - Back To Black. 2006 Sounding good on a Saturday Night.. Shame how she met her demise...lost talent.
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