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It’s very hot in Brisbane town today 

So a little cooling , soothing jazz fussion is what’s called for 

A nice jazz fussion record that flows unhindered like a winding river 

 

Artist - Jacob Magnusson 

Title - Special Treatment 

 

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25 minutes ago, Full Range said:

It’s very hot in Brisbane town today 

So a little cooling , soothing jazz fussion is what’s called for 

A nice jazz fussion record that flows unhindered like a winding river 

 

Artist - Jacob Magnusson 

Title - Special Treatment 

 

BD7BF57F-249F-43FA-BA98-8B94425B5E3E.jpeg

 

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picked up these today...Gia picked

the Beatles please 

please me

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2 minutes ago, Full Range said:

Like many young girls in the 60s 70s 

They went bonkers for the Beatles 

Gia and I , would always watch

the yellow submarine...on DVD !

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1 hour ago, dirtmudd said:

picked up these today...Gia picked

the Beatles please 

please me

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Peter Gabriel US now spinning !

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Enjoying that Manfred Mann @dirtmudd ?

That third tune gives me deja-vu! Sounds like that short guy from NJ that made me late for a date one time in the early 80s!!

I'm only 5'9" and he had on boots with heels and was not taller that me with my nikes on. Neils Lofgren and that BIG linebacker-like sax player were there too.

Southpark at the record bar there with one of the leaders of AntiSeen.

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1 minute ago, JohnJ said:

Enjoying that Manfred Mann @dirtmudd ?

That third tune gives me deja-vu! Sounds like that short guy from NJ that made me late for a date one time in the early 80s!!

I'm only 5'9" and he had on boots with heels and was not taller that me with my nikes on. Neils Lofgren and that BIG linebacker-like sax player were there too.

Southpark at the record bar there with one of the leaders of AntiSeen.

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Manfred does Springsteen better !

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1 minute ago, JohnJ said:

I like the original but Manfred's cover is alright too!

 

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Yea, yeah..... that's got a lotta deja-vu power to it too!

I'll raise you one Happy Jack!

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For some reason I never seriously listened to the Who - even though I have a couple of records 

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@Full Range do ya have Who's Next?

Side two is some of their most melodic actual emotion inducing few minutes they ever did. Well starts with the last song on side one...after the mega hits.

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Good evening, good afternoon Paul and friends..................over in RTM and decided after a brand new to me Dave Brubeck CD that arrived a couple days ago, and just listened to and enjoyed, that it was time to go back to vinyl with this wonderful Christmas gift from Mike...

 

So, a second listen and it really is great PROG music for sure !!  With vino, chocolate and vinyl, I am off to a great start here in Music Hall this Friday evening :emotion-46: DSCN7967.jpg

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.............and, as you see, Mike has joined me in the Marillion  venture tonight :D  DSCN7968.jpg

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The Side TWO spin  just about concluding as I type....................................DSCN7969.jpg

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On 05/04/2017 at 1:02 PM, Full Range said:

Today's Vinyl spinning is of a 3 album box set by the Who 

 

Artist - The Who

Album - Join Together

 

This is primarily a live album release dedicated to Keith Moon

Recorded at Radio City Music Hall NY, Universal Amphitheater LA and other US concerts around 1989    

 

 

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I have this 3 album set and Pete Townsend - Scoop 

 

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Ahh I see. Getting in Tune and Behind Blue Eyes are just beautiful music. 

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