King Crimson- In the Court of the Crimson King-on vinyl
Great album dromunds :biggrin:
White Stripes: Elephant.
Little more Jack White
im feelin low ladies and gents and ole Merle Haggard hooks me up ...his voice is timeless to me
The Very Best of Jean-Luc Ponty
quiet uplifting , ole teddly is
SQ is unreal...just what I was expecting.
Yes: The Yes Album.
Rickie lee jones Low spark of high heeled boys, from It's like this album. A traffic, donald fagen pre steele dan days, cover. First time I heard it, I had no idea she did it. Its sweet.
Some heavy ordinance jams for the getting ready for work time. Love that Wayne Kramer. Anyone who likes MC5 or Wayne Kramer should check out "LLMF." (Live Like A Mother------)
Frank Zappa: Guitar.
Muse - Muse-ic to my ears!
Diggin' Manchester Orchestra now...
Now, reverted to Wish You Were Here for a good classic.
Little Feat....Dixie Chicken...there's a fat man in the bathtub...with the blues...I hear ya moan...
Dig those Kansas albums too!! Those where the days my friend....
Back to basic R & R.
Beatles: Revolver. ( what up Rick :smile: )
Journey - ESC4P3
John Lennon: Some Time in New York City.
Jimi Hendrix : Blues
Today - a little Jeff Buckley
plaineoldave: I haven't heard Fairies Wear Boots for a long time. I'm gonna pull that out and clean it off. Let me relate a story: I was a kid at a Luther League convention through our church when a guy in my cabin pulls out the new Black Sabbath album, Paranoid, and puts it on his little portable record player unit. It was the first time I heard Black Sabbath and couldn't believe how good it was. We played it LOUD all afternoon. Some girls heard it and came in. After a while we started making out. Later, our pastor saw us leaving some meeting with the girls to make out some more and sent word that he wanted to see us. He asked us when we met whether we had done anything with the girls and we denied everything. So, its true, Black Sabbath responsible for lying to a pastor, and leading youth down the path of moral destruction.
I can remember crazy stuff going on in the youth center with the gals during summer break...still have Black Sabbath 1 on vinyl. Saw them in 70 and a band called Sir Lord Baltimore opened for em...One of the Loudest Shows I've ever been to...Just put on Cracker Brand...after that Kerosene Hat
long time, no post... Hope you are all well!