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uh huh....

I used to go to quite a few shows when I was a kid...

I am guessing dinner is ready. Wife came out with some pico de gaio [sp?] to sample. Time to stuff my face Talk more in a bit

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Just finished with an afternoon "throw-down."  Rough work!

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THEN my buddy stopped by!  ALL down  hill after that!  Durn Kids anyway!  Gave him something to think about!  Ha!  :)

 

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Left him w/a diff view of Janis.  Hahahaha!

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He was mumbling just a bit before he left.  :)

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Tonight's closing Ballard's;

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Will never get tired of listening to this album, especially the track Jacob’s Ladder.04c45d9371eeff111c3edc82c9de09ac.jpg


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And the reason for the season
This is a tough one (for me). What a loss.
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5 hours ago, KROCK said:

Tonight's closing Ballard's;

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to much !

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On 10/14/2020 at 11:39 PM, baron167 said:

Will never get tired of listening to this album, especially the track Jacob’s Ladder.

Encore!

Encore!!

 

My 2 cents for that LP is:

Also one of the best every time I saw them, this one just grabs me by the ..... the lyrics, crescendo plus just flat out beautiful sounds from one of my favorites!

 

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Dinner and a movie?

How about baking and new music?

Heard this a while back after seeing it posted here twice or so. Hauntingly beautiful voice, exceptionally clear recording and as close to good ol' Country that I own. Even a good copy of a Lou Reed classic!

 

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That's a half batch of cornbread with stew beef and cheese and salsa. Coated the beef with chili powder, garlic salt, cumin, cayenne pepper mixed the chunks of cheese with the extra stuff and it turned red when it popped up and melted. Dinner in a skillet! 

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That cornbread looks like a ( not so smooth ) record 

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It's a Spicy Meatballa!!

Here is the other I scored on Discogs...   B)They're Dealin'

Looked for a good copy for over a year and the NM and Japanese pressed ones were too much until I saw this and got those two new to me fine LPs!

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@JohnJ  I have - Secret Treaties in the collection 

 

A great record - and all tracks are great 

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Whew, this one and For Earth Below just kept on getting more and more loud a while ago.

 

 

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The controlled guitar,

That singer's voice,

only three times that I got to see them, the last time at a club a mile away that held 500 tops but it wasn't James Dewar singing. Was still great though!

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I will continue on with some amazing jazz fusion 

This album was originally released in 1967  and still has the ability to prick my ears up 

 

Quote from the net about this album and the performing artists 

 

This 1967 quartet session is quite notable in several respects. Although the Muse reissue makes Chick Corea the leader (and the then-unknown pianist is in fine form), it was actually drummer Pete La Roca's date, and he contributes seven now-forgotten but quite intriguing originals. But of greatest interest is the playing of tenor saxophonist John Gilmore, heard during one of his few excursions away from Sun Ra. Fine advanced hard bop.

 

 

Artist -  Chick Corea 

Title - Bliss 


Album ID - https://www.discogs.com/Chick-Corea-Bliss/release/1267813

 

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