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Mossy bottom

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  1. I can't recommend this record strongly enough! On to Side 2 The Horace Silver Quintet
  2. I'm shifting gears over to some Saturday night Jazz. This classic is off of the Blue Note label. The Horace Silver Quintet - Song For My Father. Classic!
  3. Dave, What an incredible story. Talk about lucky!! I get the feeling you have a lot more experiences like that. TOO COOL!👍👍👍
  4. I'll see your Tupelo and...Too funny! I almost played that one. Made a last second game time decision and went with Veedon. Bet that's sounding nice this evening on that Linn!
  5. Been a long time since I pulled this one out... Van Morrison - Veedon Fleece
  6. Very nice! It's incredible what a good phono stage can do to improve your overall vinyl listening experience. Well done!
  7. Some times you just can't decide and you just have to randomly pick one... Al Stewart - Year of the Gato. Not bad!
  8. A shot from inside the gatefold... "We're going to take a 10 minute break and come back and play some electric music and boogie" On to the electric side, and a killer version of Long Time Coming. CSN&Y 4 Way Street.
  9. This ranks up there as an all time favorite live album. We played this so much in the '70's. The David Crosby set has always been a favorite. Crosby Stills Nash & Young - 4 Way Street. Recorded Live 1970
  10. David Crosby With Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh, and Micky Heart - Live At The Matrix, December 1970.
  11. Gosh we are losing great musicians left and right... I was fortunate to have been able to see him with CSN, CN, and just him. I'll be playing Four Way Street later tonight for sure. He was exceptional on that live recording. This was a really well recorded, solo album. David Crosby- Croz.
  12. Nice JohnJ! Great idea! While I was listening to it, Rod Stewarts vocals sounded so good, I got a hankering for The Faces. Another band I haven't played in eons...
  13. Surprisingly, for the age, and as hard as this record was played, it's sounding great! A few minor clicks between track, but nothing to detract from the music. I love the note on the back of the album cover...
  14. Been so long since I played any Beck records, it's a shame it took his passing for me to start listening to him again. But in the 70's, and 80's he was a favorite and I did play the heck out of them. This one was one of my favorites and played hard. May need to be replaced. Let's see... Jeff Beck - Beck-Ola
  15. The Doors - Live At The Isle of Wight Festival 1970. Side A opens with Back Door Man. Sounding really nice.
  16. Forgot I had this...must have bought it, got busy, and forgot about it. Still sealed in the shrink... Let's give it a run through the RCM and take it for a spin.
  17. Echoes part II Pink Floyd - Live at Pompeii
  18. On to the b side... Pink Floyd - Live in Pompeii Set The Controls For the Heart Of The Sun. Psychedelic
  19. Pink Floyd - Live in Pompeii. 1972 Perfect.
  20. Excellent Full Range! I forgot about The Secret Policemans other Ball. Great choice! Cheers!!
  21. I forgot what a great tune Blue Collar is...and a shot from inside the gatefold.
  22. Are you kidding me??? Lost another one... Had a ton of fun playing thier records in the last century. Late Saturday night, drive the neighbors crazy music! Bachman Turner Overdrive
  23. Nice selections Dave. Another guitarist I was so bummed when he passed. I always had so much fun at his concerts. It didn't matter if he was opening for someone, or the headliner, he would shred that guitbox. I need to play some JW. Thanks!
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