Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by spartanmanor, Feb 1, 2008.
found a nice copy of this in local thrift store yesterday. think i'll spin side b
NO!!!! must spin it as a whole!!!!!!
T. Rex – The Slider (Reprise 1972)
Joe Byrd And The Field Hippies – The American Metaphysical Circus (Columbia 19??)
2 - Bloodrock
F5 x 2 press.
I was drawn to the record this morning, I pulled out more than a few of the Stonies and they are now in the general area of one of the many on-deck stacks.
Here is a pic O' the rear of the LP.
A week or so ago I picked up some Mofi presses of Elvis Costello / and the Attractions,
they are in one of those on-deck stacks as was this along with them which comes from a pickup a few years back,
my 2nd copy of this one..a German pressing of...
Elvis Costello and the Attractions
No.... wait...... this is the German pressing.
All cool! The 4 line credit, like you pictured, is a later original pressing, while it's awesome, the 6 line is a tad better? But best to save the funds for a UK....then, it's like.......WOW!!!
also to be spun as a whole
Coffee, work and Pleasuredome. Relax.
Pinups - David Bowie
The Byrds - The Byrds Greatest Hits
(1967, Columbia) -1B/-1B
Crosby Stills Nash & Young • Déjà vu
Now heading into 80s synth territory ..
Tubeway Army Featuring Gary Numan – First Album (Atco 1981)
The Human League – Travelogue (Virgin 1980)
What? Weird follow up to the Pleasuredome. It was there.
I gonna' hafta' throw a flag here....too many awesome posts!!!
Slow down before ya'll bust something of import!!!!!!!!
s/t - Montrose
Going to take @jhildred 's lead and drop into the 80s.
T. Rex – T. Rex (Reprise 1971)
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