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7 hours ago, MicroMara said:

THE PARTY IS OVER ...smilie_musik_096.gif  turn of the lights switch off the amplifiers and play with your girl friends at home smilie_x_047.gif

 

 

 

 

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From the vault LP #6 of over 30 

 

Now an album from 1986 that was put together like a well written thriller book that you can’t put down 

It was released after Arc Of A Diver and it’s a fantastic album 

A long list of famous artists contributed on this album and the musicianship between all is impeccable 

 

Artist - Steve Winwood ‎

Title - Back In The High Life

 

Album ID - https://www.discogs.com/Steve-Winwood-Back-In-The-High-Life/release/732139

 

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Bjorn Riils,  Out Of Reach.  This guy, new to me. Floyd-Ish.

 

 

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7 hours ago, Full Range said:

From the vault LP #6 of over 30 

 

Now an album from 1986 that was put together like a well written thriller book that you can’t put down 

It was released after Arc Of A Diver and it’s a fantastic album 

A long list of famous artists contributed on this album and the musicianship between all is impeccable 

 

Artist - Steve Winwood ‎

Title - Back In The High Life

 

Album ID - https://www.discogs.com/Steve-Winwood-Back-In-The-High-Life/release/732139

 

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Do I have to pick out all of mine ?   emoji-smile.gif  I think I have 5 albums by Steve Winwood. This one too. Nightrain is one of his best tunes 

 

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I was just 17 years old and terribly in love with a classmate. But nothing came of it except friendship. I found the album again and haven't heard it for 35 years. That was and still is great music . STYX " Cornerstone " 1979 A&M Record Label

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I made my Micro Seiki this morning around 13,22 ibs more heavier, new substantial sub-structure, it weighs now well 41,88 ibs. This TT plays now with a silence and calmness as I never heard it before. I am straight very impressed by its dynamics and precise music reproduction

 

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@billybob    F O C U S " Moving Waves " Original Imperial Record Label , printed in the Netherlands ,was also in the record box and belonged to my father, I hear just for the first time in my life,  guys that's teriffic . Jan Akkermann played Solo, Acoustic & Bass Guitar.

 

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Cool @MicroMara ... really went through a period of that band.

I have to give it a need to listen opinion. Would be a nice box to peruse... thanks!

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@JohnJ ...just a little thanks for my package of LP's! Going to open them later and do some spinning.

Your choice of box I would recommend for this purpose. Totally bulletproof.

@MicroMara ... listening now to the YouTube... Remember it well.

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@billybob said   Totally bulletproof.          smilie_b_092.gif   smilie_b_093.gif    smilie_b_098.gif   smilie_b_107.gif           smilie_mil_047.gif                     smilie_mil_073.gifsmilie_mil_078.gif

 

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Well, not that bullet proof...👀

Lololol... thanks!

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3 minutes ago, JohnJ said:

Mine looks different George, a Sire Records release.

 

I used GorillaTape on it @billybob

 

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I'll never be able to open it!

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10 minutes ago, billybob said:

I'll never be able to open it!

I´ll know as I mentioned, the one from my father is the original netherland Cover and Record print, because they all band members are dutch . This version is very rare because it was only sold in the Netherlands. It is also a double album

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14 minutes ago, billybob said:

I'll never be able to open it!

and what about EL & P behind Focus ? never opened ? L O L

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@JohnJ  and @billybob  I just mixed up something, when scrolling back I just saw that the post was from JohnJ, sorry

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20 minutes ago, JohnJ said:

 

The german Version Mecky Messer from Miss Hildegard Knef in the 1960´s

 

 

 

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There he is again, not me, but also me, but the one I mean is Jan Hammer with the album "Black Sheep" from 1979, Asylum Record Label. There´s no guitar on this record , but I always think that his Minimoog, Polymoog, Oberheim, Polyphonic Sequencers sounds like many different guitars. I'm listening to for the very first time. Did not even know that I have that.These hidden record boxes from the basement are real surprise boxes

 

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My last record today also from the cellar record box. "Remember the future" is the 4th album. Genius ProgRock

 

The rock band Nektar was founded in 1969 by the British Roye Albrighton (lead vocals, guitar), Allan "Taff" Freeman (keyboards), Ron Howden (drums) and Derek "Mo" Moore (bass) together with Mick Brockett in Hamburg. Stylistically at the beginning at the intersection between the budding Progressive Rock and the waning Psychedelic Rock, they turned to a simpler knitted Hard Rock on the later albums. The pieces of the earlier albums are characterized by numerous breaks and tempo changes, often other musicians are quoted.They produced 15 albums between 1972 and 2020. The current album is called " the other side ".

 

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