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Mossy bottom

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  1. Just bagged a copy! Cheers!
  2. I know! I am going to hunt a copy down.
  3. Great blues record! John Mayall - Back To The Roots. With Eric Clapton, Mick Taylor, Harvey Mandell, Keef Hartley, and Larry Taylor to name a few. I just picked up a mint reel tape of it. Wish I had a dollar every time I played the lp...
  4. Great recording Dave! I have the disc. Didn't know it was available in vinyl. Very Nice!
  5. Keeping it Irish! Man, is he missed... Rory Gallagher - Irish Tour
  6. Excellent selection! Love Bing's voice. Thanks!
  7. Can't have a Saint Paddy's Friday night without Flogging Molly! Drunken Lullabies.
  8. Been a long time since I played this... Happy Saint Patrick's Day🍻 Cheers! U2 - WAR
  9. Awesome lp! Love that recording! Thanks
  10. The Byrds - Ballad of Easy Rider.
  11. Just a little lovin'... Dusty Springfield - Dusty In Memphis
  12. It's a nice cold Monday evening here in the Rockies...Warming things up with some Soul Limbo... Booker T And The M.G.'S
  13. Hey Dave, Thanks. Bet I haven't played it since the 80's...Surprisingly, it's sounding pretty nice. Just nice giving the trusty Linn a spin. Cheers
  14. 'Evening Folks, Randomly pulled...Been so long, I didn't even know I had this one. Kim Carnes - Mistaken Identity.
  15. From World Pacific's California cool to the smooth samba rhythms of Brazil... Laurindo Almeida - Guitar From Ipanema.
  16. Shifting labels. From Blue Note to the cool Westcoast grooves of World Pacific... Bud Shank - California Dreaming. Featuring Chet Baker.
  17. On to side two. The Horace Silver Quintet deserve mentioning; Blue Mitchell, Trumpet; Junior Cook, tenor sax; Horace Silver, piano; Gene Taylor, bass; John Harris Jr., drums. These fellas can cook!
  18. Shifting over to an original Blue Note release...Just incredible music and phenomenal soundstaging! The Horace Silver Quintet - The Tokyo Blues.
  19. Frank Sinatra - Come Fly With Me With Billy May and his Orchestra.
  20. Sundays with Sinatra. From an original 1956 Capitol release. Frank Sinatra - Songs For Swingin' Lovers! Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle.
  21. Where the sausage is made...
  22. Nice pick Dave! Been eons since I played that one as well... Van Morrison - Hard Nose The Highway.
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