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    Picked up 13 various CD's for $5. I wanted 11/13 so I can't complain.

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    Finally replaced my Steely Dan Aja for dirt cheap shipped on the Bay. Remastered nice and loud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    Joan Osborne - Pretty Little Stranger



    As much as I like Joan Osborne (A LOT), I'm not sure why I never picked up this album. My mistake!

    She left NY to travel south to Nashville to make this album. Whatever your impression of country music is...I will tell you these "country" recording engineers and producers know how to make a record sound good. I've heard a lot of country, bluegrass and contemporary Christian music come out of Nashville that is recorded as well as ANYTHING coming from the major recording studios. They are very good at their craft. This album was produced by Steve Buckingham (who has worked for Dolly Parton for years), with harmony support from Alison Krauss, Vince Gill, and Rodney Crowell and falls into that category of an excellent recording. Joan is very good from moving from genre to genre and her efforts on this country "Americana" themed album is the equal of her rock, blues or R&B albums that I've enjoyed.

    Since I have all of Joan's other albums, the mistake of not getting this one has been corrected...and I'm damn glad I picked it up.
    Shack, I agree 100%! I love that album, it is probably my overall favorite Joan Osborne CD...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick88 View Post
    Shack, I agree 100%! I love that album, it is probably my overall favorite Joan Osborne CD...
    "Relish" is my favorite Joan Osborne album...and I seriously doubt that will change. Everything just worked on that one. It has been one of my "demo" albums for many years and I never tire of listening to it. "Pretty Little Strangers" may be the best of her last few years...however...her work with the Funk Brothers was excellent.
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    Hey PrazVT, I ordered mine from Japan. I hope it doesn't take as long to arrive
    I had no idea mine was coming from China. Initially I had ordered off of acoustic sounds, but it was back ordered. I just went on amazon and found one there. Hope yours gets here soon too!
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    A couple of weeks ago I went used music shopping in Milwaukee WI with Brock, Blake and Rob. Rob showed me a 1981 limited edition Roxy Music First Seven LP box set he was about to pass on. My first impulse was to run for the cash register, but you don't do that to friends who aren't thinking clearly. It was a used box set and the store had shrink wrapped it. I said I'll take it if you don't want it but at least ask them to open it and check out the condition of the LP's. Once exposed it was obvious they were well cared for and were German pressings so Rob bought that set at a real good price.

    So I had it in my hands and let it go. But I wanted that box set badly. (I love Roxy Music and their album covers). So I'm checking out ebay and someone is selling the first seven Roxy Music LP's individually. The ad states "pulled from the box, never opened or played." So I put my bids in on esnipe for the LP's (which I won) and send an inquiry, do you still have the box set box? "Why yes, it's yours for $8 if you win the LP's." So here I am with my pristine Roxy Music First Seven LP box set. I paid a bit more than Rob did, over $60 but still under $100. (A recent box set like this sold for $100 on ebay).
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    Great score. I'm a big fan. Love there music. As well as Bryan Ferry, Brian Eno solo work.

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    Rick, I have the King and Coltrane on vinyl...both really good albums...especially the coltrane.

    Stopped in to the Spin Shack (local joint) and they didn't have much new for vinyl, but I got "VS" and "No Code" from Pearl Jam on cd. Watched the new PJ20 dvd not long ago and now I need to pick up every album they have. I've heard "No Code" was not a good album, however, two straight times through in the car today and I would beg to differ.
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    Just bought Flim and the BB's This is a Recording and Tricycle

    Very interesting - I like!

    Also bought the Jazz collection recommended in TF66's thread on what Jazz to buy. 25 CD's for $41 from Amazon. Although I had 4-5 of them everything I've listened to so far is really good!
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    Paul McCartney's Ram off of ebay. Couldn't wait for the remastered any longer.

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    All Vinyl:

    Roy Buchanan: Live Stock
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    Quote Originally Posted by PreCd View Post
    All Vinyl:

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    That Roy Buchanon is a decent find nothing better than listening to some Roy Boy. I just got Kansas Audio Visions in the Mail.

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    Pearl Jam...Vitalogy...CD
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    Thanks. Like old Roy.

    I bet the Kansas sounds good. If I remember correctly their stuff was well recorded.

    =gudnoyez;1730787]That Roy Buchanon is a decent find nothing better than listening to some Roy Boy. I just got Kansas Audio Visions in the Mail.

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    got a 3 disk Rachmaninov symphony set from amazon
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    Pink Floyd- More

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan Live at the El Mocambo promo vinyl. Very rare.
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    Adele 19 and 21

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    Frampton Come's Alive - Remastered Deluxe edition
    Pink Floyd The Wall - 2011 Remaster

    Both are EXCELLENT remasters, FWIW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post















    Nice haul!!
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    Good man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fongolio View Post
    Stevie Ray Vaughan Live at the El Mocambo promo vinyl. Very rare.
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    Where did you find it? I have got to have it!!!!!!

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    Styx - Classics Volume 15 (US Sony CD pressing)



    Yanni - Keys To Imagination (Japan-for-US Denon CD pressing)



    Squeeze - Singles 45's And Under (US DADC CD pressing)



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    Almost all of it are 80s music....a little of everything






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    first time I've seen this thread, but a perfect place to post that I picked up 41 record albums at the local Salvation Army for 49 cents each! I picked out a wide selection, but there was actually quite a few good albums. The rest of them I have no idea but it is fun to listen to new stuff, especially old stuff on vinyl.

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