Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.
Sing it Roy!
Howdy. Time for a couple before bed. Early day tomorrow.
^^^^"Oyim Lesta the Noyt Fly, hello Baton Roooooj..."
Cianide - Ashes to Dust (From Beyond Productions FBP=050), compact disc (2 discs, single case outer geometry with clear inner plastic 'page' that holds disc 2). Playing disc 1 now...
Seen this band live twice; once at CIM (Urbana, IL), once at MDF (Baltimore, MD)....
Getting ready for the television show him a couple weeks!
I got that one, but all I do is play side 1 track 1 over and over again....
Man, that should be great. They still sound fantastic live. One of the best shows I have seen in many years.
Reissued in 2006 on CHERRY RED
This pressing basically fell into my lap, so to speak, a few years back at a Madison Goodwill. I just arrived at the record bins. It was less than a minute. While standing there fingering through some records a voice from behind said, "here's some more for ya." She dropped four records into the bin. I stared at Sgt. Peppers. Three others fell behind: a Yellow Submarine, a stereo Something New and Beatles '65. All Capitals. At the time I had only a few Beatles pressings but none of these four. It was a wonderful day, sunny, warm, and as I walked out the door I thought how lucky could one fella get? .99 cents apiece. All in very playable condition with nice covers, except the bone-headed, black magic marker "X" written on each cover by Goodwill. What knuckleheads, thought I, as a stewed in my new Beatles' bliss. Love that audio karma. That's all I have to say 'bout 'at.
Thanks! Glad to be back. No tellin' what awesome jams I missed.
Giving the old Onkyo and Technics something to do. About once a month I'd say.
And now here:
This is a really great record. Much fun.
Orange label Capital. Very nice sounding pressing.
So... I didn't go out to the live screening of David Gilmour Live at Pompeii tonight - but, I'm there in spirit, listening/watching his Live in Gdansk show from 2006 (with Richard Wright on keyboards)...
Know what you mean. That song heralded in something new in metal. Ulrich, Mustaine and Hetfield were listening very closely. You know the whole album is incredible. The 1998 Castle expanded CD re-issue is all that and more including the 45's that I posted today and Baphomet from the compilation album "Metal For Murtha's".
"Fuzzbuster"? I have not heard that word since forever. The seventies comes to the front, as those were new in cars as well as CBs. Awesome!!! And I don't even like to use that adjective... Oh yeah, nice spin.
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