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    Default If you don't have this album in your collection...

    ...you're a square!

    You should remedy that post haste.

    You're just jealous 'cause the voices don't talk to you!

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    It's in mine and you are correct sir!

    I would add "There's the Rub" to required Wishbone Ash also.
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    they're good in the ears on long runs....last i heard w.a. i still working!

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    Indeed they are--their last album released in 2011. I saw them maybe 10 years ago in a hotel conf. room in St. Louis, and it was a helluva jam.

    Unfortunately, Andy Powell is the only remaining original member.
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    Most excellent of recommendations, Jstas. This album definitely falls into the "Must Have" category.

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    I guess I'm a square because I've never heard of these guys...

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    ^ Same here.
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    IMO The Ash were always better LIVE!

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    I've also never heard of them...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drenis View Post
    I guess I'm a square because I've never heard of these guys...
    Quote Originally Posted by halo71 View Post
    ^ Same here.
    Quote Originally Posted by AsSiMiLaTeD View Post
    I've also never heard of them...
    Does Tommy Bolin, Mountain, Ten Years After, Canned Heat to name a few ring a bell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jstas View Post
    ...you're a square!

    You should remedy that post haste.

    Tell me that does not look like darth vader holding a spear.
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    I've got one of their albums, but I forget which one. My local record dealer thought I would like it...and it's pretty good.

    Jstas...thanks for posting the above link. I listened to it at work today.
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    Just an FYI for those who may be interested...

    If you're into this type of music, there is a show on WREK (the Georgia Tech student-run station) called Stonehenge, which airs on Friday nights from 8:00 PM to midnight Eastern. They play a wide variety of classic rock you will never hear on commercial radio. Linky below...

    http://www.wrek.org/listen/
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    Quote Originally Posted by goofyGAguy View Post
    Just an FYI for those who may be interested...

    If you're into this type of music, there is a show on WREK (the Georgia Tech student-run station) called Stonehenge, which airs on Friday nights from 8:00 PM to midnight Eastern. They play a wide variety of classic rock you will never hear on commercial radio. Linky below...


    http://www.wrek.org/listen/
    Now that is a real treat....thanks for the link man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottyboy76 View Post
    Tell me that does not look like darth vader holding a spear.
    It is actually a Bantha-prod, and comes in handy when a Stormtrooper needs a little extra persuasion.

    Music is very relaxing when communing with the Force.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gimpod View Post
    Does Tommy Bolin, Mountain, Ten Years After, Canned Heat to name a few ring a bell.
    Nope. This stuff is not even close to my cup of tea.

    Different strokes, but I hope someone discovers a new band they could enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gimpod View Post
    Does Tommy Bolin, Mountain, Ten Years After, Canned Heat to name a few ring a bell.
    Ahhhhhhhhh, gotcha! Bell is ringing while the tea is brewing!
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    Nice One ! Had it on vinyl twice and cd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nap View Post
    Nice One ! Had it on vinyl twice and cd.
    I had it on cassette before it got swiped by a "friend".

    Been looking for it on vinyl for a while now. Mostly garbage condition stuff out there now though.

    I'll have to grab it on CD.

    I'd imagine it'd sound incredible on SDA's.

    Was the recording quality on vinyl any good? The whole album would make a stellar demo piece.
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    I don't have this album, but I did__ wear out the 8 track of their first album titled Wishbone Ash :).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jstas View Post
    Was the recording quality on vinyl any good?
    It was pretty typical for 1972.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Vader View Post
    It is actually a Bantha-prod, and comes in handy when a Stormtrooper needs a little extra persuasion.

    Music is very relaxing when communing with the Force.
    Just noticed your name.

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    Wasn't a bad recording, and it definitely had some great tunes. The whole album just flowed.
    If for no other reason, it was the type of album that helped to keep some of us sane during the .....gasp ..... DISCO years.

    .. so maybe it wasn't completely effective, but still ....many lives were saved from the evil that was known as DISCO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amherst View Post
    Now that is a real treat....thanks for the link man!
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    I've been through it once, great album. Thanks for bringing it up.
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    Wishbone Ash was the first "big" concert I ever saw, in about 1974. They were awesome and on top of the world. Everybody I know had Live Dates.

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    This music sounds like a cross between Spinal Tap and Jethro Tull

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    Jstas has been rocking the Village People album for at least a decade. Don't lie John....you know you have Magic Mike on Blu-Ray.

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    Thanks for bringing this up. I just picked up a copy of "Live Dates" and a spare copy of "Noveau Calls". I think a copy of "Argus" will round that out nicely. Now if I could only afford a '59 Flying V.
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