Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by spartanmanor, Feb 1, 2008.
Btw Ving if I don't do a like it only means I am not familier. Again
Yardbirds - overundersidewaysdown
Jeff Beck era Yardbirds
COC-39108 1978 From the archives. Got it just before the faces were banned.
Haven't put up my Tull yet. Saving it for when the lovely is out of the house.
SMAS-630 1970 From the archives. title song was a big influence shall we say??
Their most straight up rock album..in my opine.
SP4194 1969 From the Archives. I risked it bringing this out......
Carole King - Tapestry
Harry James and his Big Band - The King James Version
F-97007 1976 From the archives Simply one of my favorite song writers. This is a two record set. If one is not familiar with DB this is a great intro album both studio and live cuts. Dig it up on you tube and see if you dig it.
Just had to put in here.
RS 6465 1971 From the archive. My old room mate came home with the same record so I hid mine & played his....... Mines better
Patty Waters – Sings (ESP Disk 1966)
So far it sounds really good. I played these 3-4 records and had some Spotify streaming through a cheap $50 Kindle and even that sounds good.
I have an older Marantz DV6500 that I picked up years ago to play DVD-Audio and SACD that I am going to hook up to it via Optical, but that may be tomorrow as I need to make some room for it.
But so far this PM6006 works pretty well with the Klipsch Heresy's.
Found this for cheap last week, so giving it a go for the first time....I tuned out of the Pumpkins after Mellon Collie, but so far this isn't too bad.
The Smashing Pumpkins – Monuments To An Elegy
BMG/Martha's Music – 81012276-1, 2014
Cut by Daniel Krieger at SST
Pressed at MPO
Neville Staple - Ska Crazy!
Bloodrock – Bloodrock 2
Capitol Records – ST-491, 1970
Pressed at Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Los Angeles
I've had this for years when I got all the reissues through a Popmarket deal, but never opened this one til now.
Black Sabbath – Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Warner Bros. Records/Rhino – R1 2695, 1973/2011
Cut by Chris Bellman
Pressed at Rainbo
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