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    Just out today Randall Bramblett-"Rich Someday" not easily classified but definitely a keeper.
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    An annoying hum. :(

    Hopefully I'll get it straightened out here soon. Seems to be intermittent...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimitbone
    I'm in a small town in Ohio and new to this sight. I can't believe I've found a group that still plays vinyl, I'm an outcast here because of my oldschool ways.
    Still a minority here but, vinylwise, but a number of us enjoy lp's...

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    Vinyl is for the bored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shack
    BB's finest album IMO.
    That and Live at the Cook County Jail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9
    That and Live at the Cook County Jail.

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    His second best (but only by the slightest of margins :D )
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    The Cars - Candy-O - LP



    After the artwork of Vargas was discussed the other night and this cover was mentioned...I just had to get out the LP and give it a listen. Good Stuff!

    Def Leppard - Pyromania - CD



    I had to have this CD from the first time I herad "Photograph" on the radio. "Rock Rock" , "Pyromania" and "Rock of Ages" aren't to shabby either! Can't forget "Foolin'" "Too Late For Love" or "Coming Under Fire". What the hell....It's a great R&R album start to finish .
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    Jimmy Buffett - "You had to be there" - Live double LP



    Before the Hawaiian Shirts, beach balls, parrotheads, ect... His first live concert album. An absoulutely great version of "God's Own Drunk" along with all the classics from his early albums.

    The album title is "You had to be there".....and the cool thing is....

    I WAS! The Fox Theater in Atlanta, GA on August 9, 1978. A little college graduation present to myself. It was the first of many Jimmy Buffett concerts I've attended (with more to come). Like much of my LP collection, these two LPs have not been out of the sleeves in probably 15 years. It's an album for it's time with lots of references to things such as pot and cocaine that you would never hear in his concerts today (which is probably for the best). A good album with better memories (at least the stuff I can remember is good).
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    Jimmy Smith/Kenny Burrell-"Blue Bash" pristine vinyl very coooool laid back burn. Burrell may have been at his best with Jimmy IMHO, rock solid grooves and crystal clear sound.

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    Russman praised this reissue a while ago... he wasn't kidding...

    And it sounds evan sounds better Real loud...

    Aside: shack-daddy... I know you can appreaciate good, not-too-progressive country. Got some for you....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tour2ma
    Aside: shack-daddy... I know you can appreaciate good, not-too-progressive country. Got some for you....
    Great, maybe you can drop it off when you come through East TN??????
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    ^Workin' on it...

    Was '78 Buffet's "broken leg" tour? I saw him Fall of '78 in Austin in UT's "Superdrum". Worst seats I've ever had for a concert (high balcony virtually even with the front of the stage), yet he was able to make me feel like he was performing just for me. The man just has a gift for relating to an audience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tour2ma
    Was '78 Buffet's "broken leg" tour?
    Yes it was....(see the liner notes from the LP)
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    Dream Theater - Scenes From a Memory
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    Working the CRS's tonight Zubin Mehta-Tchaikovsky's-Symphony #6 on typical, great sounding London vinyl.

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    Victory at Sea Vol 1 - found it at a thrift, original RCA Living Stereo shaded dog pressing. HIGHLY recommended. MANLY stuff here.

    Thanks again Senor Grande for turning us on to the good stuff. After this comes FZ's Apostrophe.

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    A1A,I think one of buffett's best albums!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TroyD
    Victory at Sea Vol 1 - found it at a thrift, original RCA Living Stereo shaded dog pressing. HIGHLY recommended. MANLY stuff here.
    Yuppers... Dad had this release in his collection... not sure if Mom still has it. The MFSL release is also prized.

    Still remember watching this series with Dad on TV back in the 60's (?) in glorious Black & White.... Mostly remember "big boats" ala the Bizmark, the HMS Hood, etc. churning through heavy seas.


    Coincidentally from the WWII era, I've been spinning old Sinatra lately. Including this little jewel:



    Mix of studio and live radio broadcasts, many sound fresh due to a nice remastering job There are a few repeats, which are not a plus, and FS does not make a good Porgy, but this is Frank approaching his prime.

    Worthwhile buy for FS buffs...
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    Michelle Branch - The Spirit Room



    Put this in last night...It's been about a year since I listened to it. I remeber when it first came out I thought it was a cut above all the other "teen" artists of the time (2001). I still do. Good music and the kid has some talent. Her next release (Hotel Paper - 2003) was fair but not as good and there has been nothing since. That's too bad. Maybe she has been spending too much time being "hot"... ;)

    Actually, she had a baby as I recall. Funny how stuff like that can change priorities.
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    Not as hot as above...but tonight's lineup is (so far):

    Bonnie Raitt - Nick of Time. GREAT LP. One of my current faves and took me damn forever to find.

    Jennifer Warnes - The Hunter. This chick is decidedly not hot, however, she can sing to me anytime.

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    Steve Miller Band - Book of Dreams LP.

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    William Orbit - Hello Waveforms

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    Sarah McLachlan - Surfacing
    Grover Washington Jr - Breath of Heaven
    The Police - Ghost in the Machine ("damn I'm old")
    Critic's Choice The Basic Bach (English Philharmonic Orchestra, 2 disc, 1989)

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    Listening to Buddy Guy juice that bagpipe of tone only he has - Bring 'Em In

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    Natalie Merchant "Motherland"
    Tull "Songs From the Wood"
    A Jack Flanders Adventure from zbs "Dreams of the Amazon"

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    Bear with me, I need to boost my posts.

    From the wayback machine:

    Tim Buckley "Greetings From L.A."
    Blind Faith "Blind Faith"
    Cream "Fresh Cream"

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    Frank Zappa "Joe's Garage"
    Stevie Ray Vaughan "Texas Flood"

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    The Libertines -- The Libertines

    If you can look past all the tabloid antics of co-founder Pete Doherty, you'll find that him and Carl Barat have released two of the most startling and creative rock albums in decades. And forget what MTV, Spin, and Rolling Stone have tried to pass off as "punk" in recent memory, as this is probably the only truly punk offering to crack the mainstream in over a decade.

    Though most critics are in unision when praising their first album Up the Bracket, I find this sophomore (and probably last) effort, to be their most fascinating, moving, involving, and energetic. Mick Jones from the Clash produced it and it seems his only purpose was to get the album recorded before Barat and Doherty imploded. And it shows... this album is absolutely RAW -- lyrically and musically. Extremely self-aware and brewing with immediacy. Very rarely do I find an album which absolutely exposes those who create it, but to hear Barat sing about what could have been, while Doherty harmonizes with apologies is powerful stuff.

    This could have been one of the greatest rock bands of all time. But it seems they'll be resigned to footnote status.
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    Hail to the Thief by Radiohead. Next up is "The Heart of Saturday Night" by Tom Waits.
    "I got into the music business thinking it was really radical, that it wasn't really a business at all, that it was a lot of people being artistic and creative. Not true, and it made me very depressed."

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    EL&P- "Works Vol.I" a fluke NM copy on vinyl that seems to be a test pressing and not a promo as i had previously thought.(Apparently a good test pressing by the sound)
    Also on vinyl a bit earlier Return to Forever- "Where have I known you before"

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