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Just been playing away this evening and thought I'd share a few...

Just for you Dirtmudd  :)

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Donovan's Second LP from 1965 I'm thinkin...  Great LP!

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Everyone wanted an album from Joe Walsh and The James Gang in 1969 so they gave them one!  "Yer Album"   In the locked groove at the end of side 1 of the LP version of the album (which is normally silent on most phonograph records), the spoken phrase "Turn me over" repeats in a loop, while the locked groove at the end of side 2 repeats the phrase "Play me again". Both phrases were spoken by Walsh.  Typically Joe back in the day.  In other LP's he inscribed notes & jokes in the locked groove.

 

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No, Yes... thinking you have been there...and coming... very swell...

Hard fourplay... cool...😍😎

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I say, to be sure, and spot on...

Haven't spun a record in a day &

Here I am checking it out... thanks

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Hi men,

Here are the photos of the albums that I listened to yesterday, I have others ... and hopefully you liked the videos

 

And here is my turntable

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Got up early this morning and having a listen to some very nice Jazz fusion 

 

Some top musicians are here on this album 

The title track and Dolphin Dreams are standouts 

 

Artist - Lee Ritenour 

Title - Captain Fingers 

 

On the Epic Label - 1977 

ELPS 3824 - Aust pressing 

 

 

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@mustang_flht

Your turntable is tough looking with that marble. Some trippin' tunes you posted too!

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EVERY time I see your nickname Mustang this pops in my head...  Come on man!  😂  😂  Great nickname brother! 

 

 

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hi JohnJ,

Yes the Teac is a beautiful turntable, but you have to like marble.

The Krautrock is not a popular musical style with much success, but it has had a huge importance on upcoming music: ambient, post-rock, new age, ... After bothering to listen to these tracks hard, it's not easy music, you'll certainly appreciate this music so beautiful.

Please: now that I have put you on the road discover this music by yourself: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krautrock

 

Hi Dave1290 : Thank for this song : Yeahhhhh ! is very good and great.

 

My Sally :

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I also like the progressive rock of the Canterbury family, do you know? It is also an important musical style that has no commercial success. The musicians are very talented, but none knew the star system. The only guitarist in the successful Canterbury family is Andy Summers, when he left the family to rock: The Police.

Here is my favorite band of this movement, I have LP vinyl for 40 years:

 

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Robert Wyatt, Rock Bottom 1974

Still the Canterberry family and among the most beautifuls albums of the 70s, I have this record in my collection since always, I dream.

If you found this LP, buy it.

 

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To listen to this piece to the end is a marvel, promised.

 

 

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I have a contract with a Ford dealership 

See the Mustangs on the showroom floor every day 

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3 hours ago, mustang_flht said:

I also like the progressive rock of the Canterbury family, do you know? It is also an important musical style that has no commercial success. The musicians are very talented, but none knew the star system. The only guitarist in the successful Canterbury family is Andy Summers, when he left the family to rock: The Police.

Here is my favorite band of this movement, I have LP vinyl for 40 years:

 

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3 hours ago, mustang_flht said:

Robert Wyatt, Rock Bottom 1974

Still the Canterberry family and among the most beautifuls albums of the 70s, I have this record in my collection since always, I dream.

If you found this LP, buy it.

 

mn0n.jpg

 

 

 

To listen to this piece to the end is a marvel, promised.

 

 

 

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This LP is a recent purchase that I have only now had a chance to spin 

 

The famous Black Page is on this album 

A live recording from 3 shows 

 

Artist - Frank Zappa

Title - In New York 

 

A US pressing on the Discreet label 

ID - 2D 2290 - 1978 

 

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No kidding, for certain...thanks  FR ...

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That has to be a great LP Paul.  Gonna have to nose a bit now!  lolol

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Zappa and Group performance great at the Orlando SStad...you could hear each note guitar... unreal...one dude tripping...

My partner hoped out situation...

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10 minutes ago, billybob said:

Zappa and Group performance great at the Orlando SStad...you could hear each note guitar... unreal...one dude tripping...

My partner hoped out situation...

Wasn't good trip to see yet, turned out...No emt need...

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30 minutes ago, billybob said:

No kidding, for certain...thanks  FR ...

 

25 minutes ago, Dave1290 said:

That has to be a great LP Paul.  Gonna have to nose a bit now!  lolol

 

The sound quality for a live LP is also very good on this LP

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1130PM  and pissin off the neighbors...  Being gentle on em though...  Kinda, maybe!

 

After the big Eagles break up this was Don Henley's 1st solo LP released in 1982.  "I Can't Stand Still."

 

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Henley's 2nd LP "Building The Perfect Beast from 1984.  Tossed a lil Tom Petty in on the "The Boy's of Summer" track.

 

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Don Henley's 3rd solo  "The End of the Innocence" from 1989

 

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Nighty Nite and mornin Paul!  :)

 

 

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Unfortunately I can not make this show

 

 

Re: steve hacket in ithaca this friday     

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Sep 8 at 6:05 P

 
Already sent Anthony a ticket.

 
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