Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by spartanmanor, Feb 1, 2008.
Airto - Identity
(1975, Arista) -1G/-1A, CTH
produced by Herbie Hancock
Geeetar’ pickin’ at it’s best!
Big Humble Pie fan. I’m still pissed at Peter Frampton!
I don't know what happened. Just sad that Marriott died young.
I like this album. It's chill.
Very sad, I can’t imagine a worse way to die than in a fire. He was widely regarded as one of the best rock singers ever, especially by his peers. If you guys/gals get bored, check out some of his performances on YouTube, awesome!
Alias,Bad Bob,Zimmy,Jimmy,Jack Frost,Blind Boy Grunt &c and so forth.
45 RPM 2XLP MoFi edition
The Shocking Blue - s/t
Blood Sweat and Tears - Greatest Hits
Beethoven - Symphony #7
from the DG box set
Jimmy Smith’s Greatest Hits side 3-4.
Wife likes this too!
Have a great day!
Moby Grape – Moby Grape
Columbia – CS 9498, 1967
Original "Middle Finger" cover
Cut at Customatrix
Pressed at Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria
With a cover this cool it's going on the list. No doubt what's inside will not be disappointing.
Not sure where I got this one but, hey, it’s Michael Bloomfield!
Supertramp - Even in The Quietest Moments
Marriot is regarded by yours truly as #1. Followed closely by David Clayton-Thomas, Burton Cummings, Jim Morrison and Sir Elton. I'd put Dennis DeYoung higher up my best pipes list if he wasn't so damn theatrical.
Hatfield and the North - The Rotter's Club
Virgin Records - 1977
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