Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by spartanmanor, Feb 1, 2008.
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
I would ad Eric Burdon, Jesse Colin Young and Gary Pucket to that list.
Johannes Brahms, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra*, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra*, Dresden State Orchestra*, The London Symphony Orchestra, Claudio Abbado – Johannes Brahms: 4 Symphonies
Deutsche Grammophon – 2563 230
4 × Vinyl, LP, Stereo
Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Op.98Orchestra – The London Symphony Orchestra
1. Allegro non troppo
2. Andante moderato
3. Allegro giocoso
4. Allegro energico e passionate
Young girl get out of my life ... Oh yeah Pucket could bring it too.
I'm ripping CD's to FLAC and ALAC, no vinyl spinning this morning so keep up the good work. I'm listening the Best of Canned Heat, maybe somebody will spin it here?
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