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Jeez, Heart was skinny in the old days.

JJK

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7 minutes ago, JJkizak said:

Jeez, Heart was skinny in the old days.

JJK

Hot and skinny....or at least Ann was..

 

Nancy hasn't changed...

 

those 2 girls rock !

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more later guys

 

GAMETIME!!!

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Some very good Blues Rock anyone 

Everyone should have this album in the collection 

 

A young Carlos Santana plays on this live double album

Probably at the very early stages of his career 

 

 

Artist - Mike Bloomfield and Al Cooper 

Title -  The Live Adventures Of Mike Bloomfield And Al Kooper

ID - S2BP 220037 CBS Australia 1969

 

 

 

 

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Kinda chillin like the old days...  Natl Championship game on, no sound soooo...  :)  

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11 hours ago, Full Range said:

Some very good Blues Rock anyone 

Everyone should have this album in the collection 

 

A young Carlos Santana plays on this live double album

Probably at the very early stages of his career 

 

 

Artist - Mike Bloomfield and Al Cooper 

Title -  The Live Adventures Of Mike Bloomfield And Al Kooper

ID - S2BP 220037 CBS Australia 1969

 

 

 

 

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That's a serious turntable package.

JJK

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1 hour ago, JJkizak said:

That's a serious turntable package.

JJK

See if you can look at the early pages of this thread, his LS are on up an extra bass bin & I'd bet they're functional!

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7 hours ago, JJkizak said:

 

That's a serious turntable package.

JJK

 

Thanks mate - just for interest 

The Garrard 401 turntable is from approx 1966 -  I fully restored it and enhanced it in the right places 

The tangential tone arm floats on air 

And the plinth is made by me 

 

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21 hours ago, dirtmudd said:

You dirty dog !

 

Nice score.... Other than that album

and dreamboat Annie.. Are the only

ones to own !

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For my telepathic friend Mike and of course all of y'all

 

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Again, marvelous sound... the M grade used as it should be and one of the best of the late 70s

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18 minutes ago, JohnJ said:

Matinee Today:

For my telepathic friend Mike and of course all of y'all

 

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Again, marvelous sound... the M grade used as it should be and one of the best of the late 70s

The magic mushroom !

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Tedeschi Trucks Band teaser release from their new LP "Signs" due out Feb. 15.  I'm down for it!  Enjoy!  :)

 

 

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22 hours ago, Tarheel said:

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Haven't heard that one.  Monk was a genius.  

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I have that stamp on a T shirt.

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The Unique Thelonious Monk is a 1956 album from Thelonious Monk, his second for Riverside Records and like his Riverside debut, is made up of standards. It was a continuation of Riverside's strategy to broaden consumer interest in Monk by having him record cover versions of well-known material which, Riverside hoped, would help to break down the prevailing perception that Monk's original music was "too difficult" for mass-market acceptance.

The Riverside publicist Billie Wallington used a marketing ploy, at the time of the first re-issue, of mass-printing the stamp featured on the cover art.  Riverside distributed sheets of 100 stamps, some of which even made their way through the United States Postal Service despite being larger than regulation size. Standard stamps of the era were under an inch wide and high; the Monk stamp is 1-9/16" high by 1-3/8" wide. In 1956 it took a 3-cent stamp to carry a 1st Class letter. Riverside's Monk stamp had a 3 in the lower left and a 3-1/3 in the lower right. The stamps are scarce today.

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