Discussion in 'Turntables' started by zeplin43, Dec 31, 2009.
Nazareth (2) – The Fool Circle
A&M Records – SP-4844
Vinyl, LP, Album
I now have a very happy 6yr old in the room with me.
Leo Kotttke: Ice Water
Graham Nash: Wild Tales
Uriah Heep: The Best of Uriah Heep
Alfred Brendel, Schubert Impromptus Op. 90 and 142, Turnabout TV-S 34481, 1972.
"Jonah Jumps Again"
Jonah Jones Quintet
(12" Mono LP record)
Jonah Jones, Trumpet (& a few vocals)
Lucked into a couple rare finds recently. Paid below market but not cheap. Using to check out newest AR to arrive here.
Original 1st Mono
Charity shop find £1.
Next up on this new rig.... also a nice NM
"37 Favorites for Dancing"
Frankie Carle & His Rhythm [section]
Frankie Carle, piano
RCA Living Stereo LSP-1868
(12" stereo LP record)
Mostly 4-tune medleys per track. Carle has a nice jazz-influenced style, though there are no real improvisational breaks here (though it sounds like Carle's rhythm section might go with him were he to head in that direction). The album seems much more intended for the dancing it mentions in the title than for instrumental background music, as the renditions are often energetic and jaunty and don't sink to the sappy, the saccharin, or the totally cliche.
I first heard of this fellow in the late 1960s, when I was in high school and beginning to collect 10" 78 rpm records to play on the table top Victrola I picked up at a thrift shop for about twelve dollars and then fixed and restored. Some of the 78s I was finding were of Carle. I hadn't heard of him before, but found that his records were worth picking up more of. Thrift was a concern as I was shelling out between 5 cents and a quarter per 78 disc, and I didn't really have an allowance or job at the time.
Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band / Goes To Washington
1979 Elektra (promo)
Finally get to spin stuff today!
Herbie Hancock - Man-Child
The Tonight Show Band with Doc Severinsen - World Premiere Performance All Digital Recording
Billy Squier - Don't Say No
Reissue from Intervention Records. Approved by Billy Squier. I just received it in the mail today and so far it sounds great!
Heart - Dreamboat Annie
Kendun -b / Kendun -a in deadwaxx
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