Discussion in 'Turntables' started by zeplin43, Dec 31, 2009.
Warner Brothers Records BSK 3266
(Stereo LP record)
Move - Message from the country - 1971
He just gets better and better.
Miles of Aisles.
Boy, I've had this a long time, lol. Released in 74, I bet I got it in 75 or 76.
Lone Justice. East of Eden. 1985, Geffen.
Saw them a number of times at the Stone Pony in Asbury Park mid-80's.
The Persuasive Trombone of Urbie Green (Sparton Command)
Maceo Parker. 12" single/promotional release. "Sax Machine" on one side, and two versions of Let 'em Out" on the other. 1990 4th and B'way.
Miles Davis - Seven Steps to Heaven
Seems to be an import, judging by the thin jacket. Also has a Columbia label I haven't seen before.
Chase (5) – Ennea
Epic – E 31097
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
Jazz-Rock, Prog Rock
The Cars - The Cars
Cheating a little here since I have a stacker TT
Roxy Music, Avalon.
After being subjected to an absolutely gutless cover version of More Than This in a store last night.
Starting the day with my favorite Morning Music
Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
One of my top 5 albums. I can't imagine anyone even trying to cover "More Than This." A sacrilege...and I'm not even Catholic.
I'm gonna play it now.
Yeah, it was pathetic. No idea who that was . Solo female vocals but even that doesn't narrow it down enough, Wiki lists a few.
The Doobie Brothers - The Captain and Me
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