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    Uriah Heep - Look at Yourself, Sweet Freedom

    Midnight Oil -Earth and Sun and Moon

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    Outlaws - Green Grass and High Tides...my pops favorite band.

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    The perfect birthday; This album, SDA's, a tube pre, a Cuban cigar, and 15 yr old bourbon. Now that is nice!
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    Joe Walsh - Look What I Did - The Joe Walsh Anthology



    I'm spending a rainy Saturday putting up new light fixtures throughout the house. I put this 2 disc "best of" set in the changer and cranked it WAY UP (so I could hear it all through the house.). It covers his solo, James Gang and Barnstorm days (no Eagles stuff).

    I really like his music...especially his James Gang stuff. He ROCKS! If you like Walsh and don't have all his albums...this one covers most of the best tracks.

    Recommended!
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    ^^^^ yes a great JW cd.....listened to it yesterday...............today its Traffic and Nektar........... becoming more of a lover of the SDA sound each and everyday........................

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    My Guitar Wants to Kill Your Mama - Eric Johnson, Joe Satriani and Steve Vai
    Ditch Queen - Frank Marino

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    Moxy - Train
    Budgie - Hammer & Stone

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    Nazareth -- Expect No Mercy

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    Old school today...was reading the Stones thread the other day and I picked up a copy of Let it Bleed by the Stones...so I'm chilling to my High School years! The Polks blasting in the background....great stuff!

    cnh

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    Aerosmith - Dream On. The bass and overall sonic balance kicked out by the SDAs does the song justice!

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    the very best of - Acoustic Alchemy

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    Quote Originally Posted by fossy View Post
    nazareth -- expect no mercy
    ...:)

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    180 Gram Steely Dan "Gold" LP
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    Out of the Woods. If you have not heard this, get it. It's amazing. I first heard it when I was 16.
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    Moxy - self titled -- it's been uummmmm 20 years or so since I've heard this- me likey

    Smashing Pumkins - siamese dream

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    Frequency sweeps, oh what fun. :D
    "He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you." Friedrich Nietzsche

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    Quote Originally Posted by fossy View Post
    Moxy - self titled -- it's been uummmmm 20 years or so since I've heard this- me likey
    Is that the Moxy from Toronto Canada.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GV#27 View Post
    Is that the Moxy from Toronto Canada.?
    Yes sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fossy View Post
    Yes sir.
    Interesting.I thought they were just known locally but after seeing you were in TX I wikipediad them.I guess you Texan's liked them and another one of our exports Triumph.

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    The Mark Levin Show, what do you think of that!
    I've just turned into a Polkazoid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xcapri79 View Post
    The Mark Levin Show, what do you think of that!
    I've just turned into a Polkazoid.
    I love him!
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    Those pesky bats flying around my head....

    ..and Nikka Costa- Pebble To A Pearl.
    Girl's got some pipes!

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    some bob marley. i'm kickin' it like homer...


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    Quote Originally Posted by GV#27 View Post
    Interesting.I thought they were just known locally but after seeing you were in TX I wikipediad them.I guess you Texan's liked them and another one of our exports Triumph.
    The first 3 shows by Moxy in the US where in Tx in 1977. AC/DC was the opening band.......:D:D

    Triumph......Another rockin band from across the northern border ... I was lucky enough to see them in Austin in the mid 80's ...... very good
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    I am currently enjoying Beethoven's 9th Symphony as performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Eugene Ormandy, in partnership with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, on VINYL. The album was produced by Columbia Masterworks in 1973.
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    mostly metal on AOl radio......so much better with Verizon FIOS. Im just an old headbanger!
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    The Vaselines "Monsterpussy" on "Enter the Vaselines" (vinyl)

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    Tracey Chapman - Crossroads
    #2 - Bridges
    In terms of audio, i truly feel sorry for the visually impaired. How can they know what they like if they cant read google?


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