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10 ***years ***ago
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Jazz musician Horace Silver died this week. I would not count myself as a jazz expert by any stretch of the imagination but I always found his music to be universally brilliant. So many great albums and he seemed to make the sort of music that even people who don't normally go for jazz can enjoy. Andy
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10 ***years ***ago
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Picked up a couple of original Folkways releases recently (have been looking for the Mark Spoelstra for a long time. The Far East Family Band - Cave Down To the earth LP is a reissue of a very nice Japanese prog release - I can highly recommend this one.
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10 ***years ***ago
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When you are quite young you do make some real buying mistakes. As a teenager I bought a secondhand copy of Vanilla Fudge - The Beat Goes On. wtf was that all about? - shocking album. Andy
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
Ed Kuepper is someone people on this board should really check out. Not that well known but he has made some fantastic albums (Electrical Storm, Rooms of the Magnificent, Honey Steels Gold, Character Assassination etc). Saw him play solo in a Finsbury Park pub back in the late 1980's. Andy
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
I find that the older I get (now in my mid-fifties) the further I am distanced from the current rock scene. I still find new music that excites me but then am totally shocked to discover that it is at least 10 years old. Recently "discovered" Victoria Williams, Golden Smog, Uncle Tupelo, Trotsky Icepick, Jayhawks, Butthole Surfers. andy
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
PR disaster in my opinion. The vast majority of the Glastonbury crowd don't go to see a particular artist, they are there for the event as a whole. Mick is deluded if he thinks he is going to play to a crowd of Stones fans. I'm sure they will put on a good show and the crowd will love it. His attitude only fuels all of the Stones bashers - too old, should have quit years ago, only inter
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
Louisville Freedom Hall 1981. 2CD Crossfire Hurricane original. Munich, Circus Krone 2003 (Make A Grown Man Cry) original I am offering the above to anyone who wants them. They are original factory releases not CD-R. If you feel inclined to offer me anything in exchange then i am happy to receive any of the following on CD-R Vienna 1973 Honolulu Jan 22/3 1973 Alsace 1976 Chicago doub
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
So was Mick T the "special guest" just for this show and does it mean that for the next few shows he will be relegated to Rambler and Satisfaction again. I hope not but i have a sneaking feeling that this may have been a one-off and they will revert back to the "what the @#$%& have they got to do with the Stones" guests. Interesting and well balanced review from Dean Goodma
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
Thanks. I did get the details of those 2 tracks by using some detective work of my own (lyric search etc) but it took me quite a while. All of the tracks are fairly obscure on this LP (no Yes, Zep, CSNY etc). I will persevere and get there in the end. Thanks for the app idea. andy
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
I was given a white label promo album recently. It is an Atlantic Records promo sampler for radio stations. The labels say Atlantic Sampler Rock and Atlantic Sampler Blues (no sleeve and nothing else). I have identified the first two tracks as - Jonathan Edwards - Sunshine Cactus - Evil (Is Going On) I guess that this is from around 1971 or so. Anyone know anything about this album, pe
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
I have a James Last album "Voodoo Party" and also think that "Lexicon of Love" by ABC is one of the greatest albums of the 1980's. andy
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
Intrumentally pretty good but they need a new singer. Heresy perhaps but Ozzy just doesn't have the powerful intense vocals anymore to make this song really work. Andy
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
One of my favourite Dylan periods. So much intensity in those live performances and a lot of friction with the audience in those 1979 shows which seemed to spur him on despite some of the boos and catcalls. Also like listening to his onstage "sermons" - has he ever spoken so much to an audience before or since. Only one negative for me - "Man Gave Names To All The Animals"
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
I must dig out a copy of the Johnny Winter And Live album. The first one of his that i ever bought back in about 1974. Anyone remember the double album with only 3 sides of music on it? Another great one is the Progressive Blues Experiment album - some fantastic guitar playing on blues standards. andy
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
Hopefully the "new" material will have some original compositions and perhaps quite a few "traditional" songs. Never really liked a lot of those contemporary covers that appeared on Self Portrait and Dylan. A full Isle of Wght soundboard would be nice as well. Andy
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
Some great choices here and a lot of albums i have never listened to so thanks for the suggestions I will def check some of those out. Always thought that Grace Slick could have made a killer album in her JA days. Manhole is OK but not her best songwriting. Her Sunfighter album with Paul Kantner is pretty good but as for purely solo albums then Dreams is my favourite although a more radio frie
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11 ***years ***ago
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My top 5 Patti Smith - Horses Joni Mitchel - HeJira Sandy Denny - North Star Grassman & The Ravens Lucinda Williams - Car Wheels On A Gravel Road Linda Hoyle - Pieces of Me honorable mentions for - Emmylou Harris - Elite Hotel Laurie Anderson - Big Science What do others think. Only one choice per artist, all-female groups, duos, trios etc accepted. andy
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
Another one gone - very sad. Must dig out my copies of Cricklewood Green and Sssssh and play them tonight. andy
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
On The Beach Zuma After The Goldrush Everybody Knows This is Nowwhere Harvest Andy
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
Primarily a pop band this is my favourite Association 45. Often has a spin on my jukebox. Pandora's Golden Heebie Jeebies Andy
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
Piper is my favourite PF album. Experimental and innovative but at the same time it has accessible and catchy tunes on it. I guess that is the secret of a great album. These days anything that was released in the 1965-69 period and features some phasing, backwards guitar, odd sound effects and drug references gets labelled as psychedelic. Truly psychedelic albums are not that common and probably
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
I went to my local record fair on Sunday. Always manage to find something to buy but then again having such wide musical tastes really helps. If there is one near you then go along, bargains to be had I am sure. I came away with - Vinyl Bowie - Station To Station - Low Man - Golden Hour of Man (basically their 1st album and most of the 2nd) Julian Cope - Saint Julian Tangerine Dr
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
A great actor who will always be remembered for "The Good Life". He had a role in the film "Cockneys Versus Zombies" which may have been his last acting job. He seemed to be enjoying it immensely. andy
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
Blood on the Tracks Highway 61 revisited Bringing it all back home Freewheelin' Slow Train Running Andy
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
These all get played a lot in my LP collection - Dr. Strangely Strange David Mc Williams Sweeneys Men Andy White andy
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
A few that may not have been mentioned that i really like - Hawkwind - Space Ritual live Mothers - Frak Out and Uncle Meat Beefheart - Trout Mask Replica Miles Davis - Bitches Brew Ozric Tentacles - Erpland (i may be on my own here) Nuggets compilation - thanks Lenny Kaye, this opened my eyes to all of that great US garage rock El Pea - Island records double sampler album. Th
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
A really interesting documentary and the 3 programmes on earlier in the week were quite good too. If you did not see them they were hosted by Danny Baker with 3 guests who discussed Rock, Pop and R&B vinyl favourites. The pop programme was the weakest to me (Sisters of Mercy - pop?). Each programme had a Bakers' dozen (13) albums on their wall of fame. Not necessarily the greatest albums
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
Always beeen a big fan, especially the earlier classic Mothers of Invention lineup. My favouite era is probably the 1974 lineup with George Duke, Napoleon Murphy Brock, Ruth Underwood, Fowlers etc. The great thing about Zappa bootlegs is that you get material that is often a one-off, not available elesewhere or a completetely different re-working of a classic song, lots of unusual covers etc.
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
Life On The Line is a brilliant album - although they were rooted in R&B they were not afraid to experiment with their sound and it works really well on that LP. Their guitarist was top drawer. andy
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11 ***years ***ago
nashville
Florence for me. I though that she brought out the best in Mick. Lady Gaga is all about image (with some talent I agree) but it is all about "look at me, i'm so kooky" with her. Andy
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