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Mossy bottom

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  1. Sounds like your boat load of vinyl was full of gold. Very nice. But I agree, regarding vinyl being noisy. Fortunately I started really taking care of my records in the 80's. The 70's however were a different story. I was hard on them. In the eighties I bought a nitty gritty record cleaning machine. It was a bit pricey back then, but really was worth it for the long haul. I believe I got my VPI RCM in the early 2000's. I've been looking at the ultra sound cleaners. They make far more sense to me as a better way to clean vinyl. When I have folks over, and they want to hear my stereo, they are almost always amazed at how quiet the vinyl is. They only seem to remember records with all sorts of snap, crackle, and pop. That's fine for rice crispies, but not for records. Cheers!
  2. Hi John J, Surprising, the vinyl is still in pretty good shape. Wish I could say the same for my Truth and Wired. They were both played hard. I need to do the same, upgrade the lp and place them in the original album covers. Cheers.
  3. This is such a great record. Beck's guitar work is a big reason why. Roger Waters - Amused To Death.
  4. Jeff Beck - There & Back. 1980
  5. RTM - Track 4, "People Get Ready" with Rod Stewart on vocals...and of course Jeff just crushing it! Brings a tear to the eye.
  6. News of Beck's passing is gutting. I just saw a video of him playing with Johnny Depp. I thought he looked and played great. What a bummer Jeff Beck - Flash
  7. What a great record! Yeah, I'll be pulling my Beck catalog out for play this evening. Thanks.
  8. Dave it sure is. Man! What sad news. Another guitar legend opens tonight in the great gig in the sky.
  9. This is up there with all my all time favorites...It has aged well. Ten Years After - A space In Time.
  10. An early RCA Victor 33-1/3 lp. Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Yes Indeed!
  11. Good evening Vinyl Brethren, It's been some time since I navigated these waters. Starting out with a 1962 Vitaphonic Stereo recording by Warner Brothers. Music Made Famous By Glenn Miller. With Tex Beneke, Ray Eberle, The Monernaires, with Paula Kelly. Recorded Live at the Sands Hotel, Casbar Theater. Cheers!
  12. Gary, Looks stupendous! And that Marillion record must be sounding phenominal! COOL! My Less Baxter LP is just about finished, I'll be heading back to RTM for another magnetic tape play. I'm keeping it the exotic far east! Cheers
  13. Out of the mist looms the black hulk of a freighter en route to Singapore, the gateway to the East, where strange gardens lie steaming in the tropic sun... Les Baxter - Ports of Pleasure.
  14. Congratulations! Just beautiful! Great job with your first class music room. Paul, it was a shirt lived relationship. I remember seeing Cher on the Mike Douglas Show and Mike asked Cher what had happened with her marriage to Greg. She said he told her he was going out for a pack of smokes and never returned home... Cheers
  15. Got it, and replied. I'm going to power down. A few things I need to take care of before it gets too late. I hope to join in again tomorrow evening Until the next time... Cheers
  16. I think this my be one of her first records. Alison Krauss - Too Late To Cry. 1987.
  17. Like a really good tasting apple and a really good tasting orange. Lucky to have both.
  18. Are you going to just A B between the ML's and Forte's? Depending on the mood?
  19. I owned a pair of the first flight of Forte's, and...well you know me, I'm a sucker for the Heritage line of loud speakers. I thought the Forte's were incredible. I am so glad you got them. I could only imagine what the ML's must sound like. But I know the Forte, and they are outstanding! They look beautiful. It must be nice getting back to a Klipsch Heritage loudspeaker for you..Like an old friend that you haven't seen in years... Very cool!
  20. ARE YOU KIDDING ME???? Congratulations! That is awesome! No doubt you're enjoying them. They look great in LFMH. Well done you!
  21. Thanks Dave, Fits right in with my evening Jerry Garcia - Garcia. 1972
  22. Hello Gary! Great to see you tonigh! And you are spinning a nice record as well! Cheers!
  23. Very nice choice Dave! Love all the Garcia solo stuff. Phenomenal musician.
  24. Thanks Dave! I think you're right. Started with Dolly's first 2 records,then morphed over to The Last Revel, now this one. Excellent sound staging! Cheers!
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