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The pianist Les McCann, who is strongly influenced by blues and gospel, was one of the pioneers of soul jazz alongside Ramsey Lewis. In 1969 Les McCann performed together with jazz saxophonist Eddie Harris at the Montreux Jazz Festival and had a chart success with the song Compared to What, which appeared on the album "Swiss Movement" (covered by Al Jarreau, among others). The song is a political criticism of the Vietnam War.

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some really great funky music from the " Shaft " theme composer Isaac Hayes

 

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Early, more simple Steve Miller packaged up.

 

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Not really @JohnJ .... In this time period certainly a good selection, but the songs " Fly like an Eagle"," Macho City" ( Long Version 15 minutes ) and" Abacadabra " from the later years remain the best tunes for me .

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I've managed to end up with several of his from that period, had Fly Like An.... since the 70s though!

 

*Oops not several, but that double one and "Rock Love".   Then "Fly Like an Eagle" and a terrific jazz LP "Born to Be Blue"

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12 minutes ago, JohnJ said:

I've managed to end up with several of his from that period, had Fly Like An.... since the 70s though!

 

*Oops not several, but that double one and "Rock Love".   Then "Fly Like an Eagle" and a terrific jazz LP "Born to Be Blue"

Born to be Blue is so brilliant, of course I have the CD too.  smilie_op_044.gif

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I discovered that one here, probably in this thread!

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34 minutes ago, JohnJ said:

I've managed to end up with several of his from that period, had Fly Like An.... since the 70s though!

 

*Oops not several, but that double one and "Rock Love".   Then "Fly Like an Eagle" and a terrific jazz LP "Born to Be Blue"

Have the CD  ...remember us talking about Weeping Willow Tree.

Whole album is super...😎

 

 

 

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So it was my fellow Nazareth fan!

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Good night my friends ...see you tomorrow

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Ma is right next to Mi so I found a half studio, half live jam with several rockers joining with Toy &Tommy & friends.

 

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4 hours ago, JohnJ said:

Early, more simple Steve Miller packaged up.

 

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A two record anthology well before he even got 'famous'. Love this album.

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5 hours ago, JohnJ said:

Early, more simple Steve Miller packaged up


I liked the Steve Miller Band 

Remember that album with a Pegasus on the cover and the one with the eye dark cover 

 

Can’t remember the titles off the top of my head now but they were great albums 

 

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10 hours ago, Full Range said:


I liked the Steve Miller Band 

Remember that album with a Pegasus on the cover and the one with the eye dark cover 

 

Can’t remember the titles off the top of my head now but they were great albums 

 

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11 minutes ago, MicroMara said:

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@MicroMara ... Recently posted a too vague Tull mention on the YouTube thread. It was the Europe dude mention of Tull.

Rick Steve's Europe is where it was mentioned. Could not recall at the time. Maybe you are familiar with the television series. Was not referring to you. FWIW... thanks.

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I have delved into my vinyl vault and have selected about 30 LPs to play over the coming days 

I haven’t posted any of them before 

 

Tonight I will set the mood with a collaboration album in the electronic genre 
And I have a surprise for you @MicroMara from that vault selection 

 

Artists - Jon And Vangelis 

Title -  Short Stories
 

Akbum ID - https://www.discogs.com/Jon-And-Vangelis-Short-Stories/release/161300

 

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That starts out dramatically, the drums kind of keep it that way. The the singing starts... so familiar I had to look it up in the credits. Sure enough I know that Jon!

Heard of them way back and this is an extension of his work in YES!!

Thanks @Full Range

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@Full Range  I´ll do the same right now that´s why I had to lough L O L , Yes Short Stories is very nice.

I have now 2 weeks off and dig through my record collection. What I find there everything again. You will see it in the coming days.

Here the Leo Kottke album " THE BEST " from 1977 as french pressing. Pathé Macron EMI France label. Is very interesting ..because ...

 

Page A Best Acoustic
Page B Best Electric
Page C Best Live
Page D Best Singing

I am glad guys have found that again.smile4.gif

 

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Steppenwolf - discography, line-up, biography, interviews, photos

 

Steppenwolf " Their great Hits " from 1963 to 1970 MCA Records .Didn´t knew that I got this as well, totally forgotten...great to listen to. I was a small kid when they famous. The record is in first class condition. 

 

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