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Vinyl only spin list

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  1. spartanmanor

    spartanmanor Lunatic Member

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    If you’re not spinning vinyl you just don’t get it.

    It’s a mellow night here and its taking a while to get the mood I am looking for, this is the list, accurate to the best of my account:

    Modern English: I Melt With You Single side 1

    The Rolling Stones: Big Hits High Tide & Green Grass: side: 1

    Echo and the Bunnymen: Echo and the Bunnymen: side 1

    The Jefferson Airplane: Long John Silver: side 1: track 1

    The Jefferson Airplane: Surrealistic Pillow: side 2

    Phil Manzenera: Guitarissimo: All

    Steely Dan: Pretzel Logic: All
     
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  2. avguytx

    avguytx AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Let's see the list I'm going thru....

    Carole King - Music (already played)

    Michael McDonald - No Looking Back (already played)

    Heart - Private Audition (just finished)

    Gap Band - IV (now playing)

    Ric Ocasek - This Side of Paradise

    Glenn Frey - No Fun Aloud

    Roger Daltrey - Under a Raging Moon

    Bobbie Nevil - Self Titled

    Pretty in Pink - Soundtrack

    Night Ranger - Dawn Patrol

    Rossington Collins Band - Anytime Anyplace Anywhere

    Yes, it's an eclectic night of musical listening. These are about 1/3rd of the LP's I've picked up this week.
     
  3. BroonsBane

    BroonsBane raisn em up waxin em down

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    Love this thread, it's going to be popular!

    I picked up 71 LP's yesterday, all in NM or better condition and have been working my way through them. Off the top of my head, today I have played:

    Black Sabbath ~ S/T

    Pink Floyd ~ Wish You Were Here

    Rush ~ Grace Under Pressure

    Jimi Hendrix ~ Electric Ladyland

    Jimi Hendrix ~ The Essential Jimi Hendrix Vol. II (which came with picture sleeve 45 of a song written by Van Morrison called Gloria - very cool!)

    The Beatles ~ White Album

    Jethro Tull ~ Aqualung

    Grand Funk ~ Live Album

    And for this evenings new vinyl finale...

    Deep Purple ~ Machine Head
     
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  4. vinyldavid

    vinyldavid Proud Jaguar Owner! Subscriber

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    Grateful Dead-In The Dark
    Cats Soundtrack
    Bruce Springsteen-We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions
    Rick Astley-Whenever you need Somebody...yes, I actually played this.

    I can't even remember all of them, because I just put the ones I listened to today away....
     
  5. ampegdan

    ampegdan Super Member

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    You...you played THAT? Just kidding. You're gonna get whiplash jumping genres like that. I actually dug his older bro Jon, whom I'll have to pull out now-anyone remember "Jane's Getting Serious"?
    My list for the evening will start with
    Pete Townshend-White City ("Crashing By Design" stuck in my head all day)
    followed by
    Jon Astley-Everyone Loves The Pilot (Except The Crew)
    and then
    Hooters-One Way Home
    finishing with a Nonesuch classical guitar LP I picked up today.
    By then I should be ready for nite-nite
     
  6. vinyldavid

    vinyldavid Proud Jaguar Owner! Subscriber

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    Crap! Missed one:

    Billy Thorpe: Children of the Sun (revisited)

    Coming up:
    Carlos Montoya-debut
    The Best of Herman's Mermits
    2 LP's I haven't played in too long.
     
  7. spok

    spok Atmospheric Disturbance

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    all i do is spin vinyl lately. CD's? Pfft!

    i'm always out at the local GW and
     
  8. Cool_Manchu

    Cool_Manchu Time to play B-sides...

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    I love Children of the Sun. It has great stereo effects. I picked it up two weeks ago at Amoeba Records in Berkeley.

    For my vinyl listening pleasure on this evening, I have enjoyed the following:

    1. Thin Lizzy - Black Rose

    2. Placebo - Meds

    3. Pelican - City of Echoes

    4. Primal Scream - Screamadelica

    5. Les Baxter - Ritual of the Savage

    6. Kyuss - ...And the Circus Leaves Town
     
  9. BroonsBane

    BroonsBane raisn em up waxin em down

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    Jethro Tull ~ Aqualung
     
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  10. Andyman

    Andyman Scroungus Stereophilus Subscriber

    Weeding through the stacks here and checking out a new set of tubes I scored today, its been this so far:

    Humble Pie, "Rocking the Fillmore", S4
    The Best of Joe Walsh, S2
    NP, Traffic, S/T, both sides on this one.
     
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  11. BroonsBane

    BroonsBane raisn em up waxin em down

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    Coney Hatch ~ S/T
     
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    Andyman Scroungus Stereophilus Subscriber

    Roy Buchanan, S/T
     
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  13. spartanmanor

    spartanmanor Lunatic Member

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    Warming up the tubes for this evening lets start with: Jethro Tull, This Was
     
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  14. BroonsBane

    BroonsBane raisn em up waxin em down

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    Ten Years After ~ Recorded Live
     
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    pmsummer simul justus et peccator

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    THE TWO PIANO CONCERTOS
    Franz Liszt
    Sviatoslav Richter (Piano)
    London Symphony Orchestra
    Kiril Kondrashin (Conductor)

    Philips 35MM
     
  16. BroonsBane

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    Pink Floyd ~ Delicate Sound of Thunder
     
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    The Velvet Underground - 1969 Underground Live
     
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  18. BroonsBane

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    The Yardbirds ~ Roger the Engineer
     
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  19. vinyldavid

    vinyldavid Proud Jaguar Owner! Subscriber

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    Rush0A Farewell To Kings
    Moody Blues-Seventh Sojurn
    Dan Fogelberg and Tim Weisberg-Twin Sons of Different Mothers
    Moodies-On The Threshhold of a Dream
     
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  20. avguytx

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    Whitesnake - Self titled from 1987.

    Just picked it up today at a place on the court square in town. Man, this thing sounds so much better than the CD version. There are extra overtones I never heard on the CD. Then again, maybe it's just the system combined. Hmmm....
     
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