1982 Mercury Records
1982 Mercury Records
1979/2000 Warner Bros. Records
Rick, do you have any Chris LeDoux?
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Rush...2112...Blu-Ray Audio...Beer :cool:
Edit: Thanks for posting that video!! I have heard about that girl, but have not seen her play before... Awesome... :loneranger:
Edit #2: :mrgreen:
Thanks for posting that video, it makes me smile, and I can't stop watching it... :wink:
Solas - On a sea of Fleur De Lis
UFO- Force It
Everything! The music server is on random play, and going through the 1000s of songs in the classical playlist. After a few more beers it will be time to switch to the R&R playlist.
David Johansen, "Shaker"
Led Zeppelin II
Cara Matthew, "Make You Feel My Love". I like this jazzy version. There are no YT videos but you can listen to the whole song on her website here: http://caramatthew.com/?page_id=8
I hope you are all having a memorable Memorial Day, if you're here in the USA, and a fantastic day or night, if you're somewhere else.
Quick catch up post.
Earlier I listened to The Freddy Jones Band's self-titled album and This River by JJ Grey & MOFRO. Now listening to Dave Alvin - Ashgrove.
Inspired by Rick88:
Thanks buddy! It's been way too long since I listened to this one!
The Freddy Jones Band - A Mile High Live
The Neville Brothers: Yellow Moon.
Dr. John: Goin' Back To New Orleans.
cARSON bROCK ---- FindIng frames...
Been away for awhile, busier than h-e-double toothpick. Patti Smith Radio Ethiopa (vinyl) Haven't heard this on vinyl for years, forgot just how dynamic this album is...
Paul McCartney: Ram.
Blue Oyster Cult 1st album. Vinyl. Wore this album out back in the day. Saw them live in the mid-80's and they totally sucked. Except Buck Dharma.
Missing Persons: Spring Session M.
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As long as I'm going down the proverbial memory vinyl lane tonight, might as well spin Ziggy Stardust.
Yes: The Yes Album.
David Bowie: Station To Station.
Neil Young: Self titled 1st album Neil Young.