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    I have an original copy of the Steve Miller Band Sailor. Children of the Future Too...Loved the lineup on those albums...I'll play em in a bit!!

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    Grateful Dead - Dick's Picks Volume Thirteen 05.06.1981

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    Roy Bucannon kicks ass...guess I'll have to dig out some of his stuff too...always dug Youthanasia over Load too!! Definitely a wake up call!!

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    Some great stuff today. Love Roy's second album too. Another great guitarist. Tragic what happened to him.
    Joe Bonamassa: Blues Deluxe.

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    Browsing thru my crates...came upon The Tubes Young And Rich....The girls got embarrassed when we did our act in Paris...must have been one hell of a show if French gals get embarrassed ya think?

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    I think we are definitely getting into a zone today guys!!

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    Now playing my favorite Tubes album.
    The Completion Backwards Principal.

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    The Band: The Band.
    Coming on mofi sacd.

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    Agreed the line up today is great. Got a chance to see Joe Bonamassa a couple years ago in Green Bay. If you ever get a chance to see him, it was an outrageously good show. I seem to remember a good DVD also. Now, I'm going back to an early original.


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    John Cale: Vintage Violence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gdpeck View Post
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    Ok here goes John Cale Guts...and Helen Of Troy! Songs for Drella!!

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    Wish i was at this one. Some great tunes on this one.
    Kevin Ayers-John Cale-Eno-Nico: June 1, 1974

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    Hey checked out another thread and the subject was not having Wishbone Ash material and if ya didn't you were a square....whatever that means! Well, started out with the first release...through Argos...Live Dates, and now There's The Rub!

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    Yeah that Wishbone Ash thread made me dig through the vinyl archives, I will give these ones a good cleaning and zap em with the zerostat, it's been literally years since I gave these a spin, Wishbone Ash- Argus and Wishbone Ash-Just Testing my two favorites of theirs after listening to this. Kansas-Song For America

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    Argos good, Live Dates better. As always IMO
    Just finished 801 Live, now some Eno: Here Come The Warm Jets.

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    Lives Dates is an album that EVERYBODY had when it came out....Wishbone Ash was on top of the world. Fickle that finger of fate.



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    Hank Williams tribute.

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    The Killers - Live at the RAH on blu

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    Fleppard, Hysteria

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    I just watched this and thought y'all would enjoy it. Page and Plant, No Quarter 1994. The Rain Song. Pure Genius. Hope it comes through.

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    Thought I'd dig into the vault a little tonight. Started with some Seger,Mellencamp,Smithereens and Kansas. Probably end my evening with a Rush concert on blu ray.
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    Thin Lizzy - Vagabonds. Part of a 4 disc set that includes Kings, Warriors and Angels.

    In search of accurate reproduction of music. Real sound is my reference and while perfection may not be attainable? If I chase it, I might just catch excellence.

    The best way to enjoy digital music reproduction is to never listen to good analogue reproduction.

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    Uriah Heep-Look At Yourself Mick Box another underrated guitarist.

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    Happy Sunday Everyone.
    Bon Dylan: Real Live.

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    Happy Sunday to you as well, chumlie.



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    Let me get in on this happy Sunday party. Just made the family bacon and cheesy scrambled eggs.

    Now settling in to some Diana Krall...The Look Of Love and enjoying some freshly ground French roast Sumatran coffee...aren't I fancy
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    Quicksilver Messanger Service: Happy Trails.

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    I agree...Mick Box is very good!! The intro to Dreammare is a classic,that chord run sounds best when cranked to the MAX! Killers When You Were Young is awesome turned up too!!

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    Morning gents. Man, I love this one. Mark Knopfler after Dire Straits and before his first solo album Golden Heart IIRC.

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