Discussion in 'Turntables' started by zeplin43, Dec 31, 2009.
That's a great record. Havens seems to be more known for his Woodstock performance, but "Mixed Bag", especially the song "Follow" is just as remarkable...
One of my childhood favorites, and he still is. Great album, I play it pretty often. Woodstock was great too! My parents always said he sang better without his teeth in!
I mean, how can you beat guaranteed hifi?
Some songs/performers are better than others (guess). Still: genius at work.
Stanley Turrentine - The Man with the Sad Face
I believe I have a vinyl copy of this, as well; gotta dig out and clean up my (kinda chewed up) copy of Glass Houses...never understood why one of the best classic rock tracks of all time, "Sometimes a Fantasy," never landed on any of his earlier greatest hits packages...
Songs in the Attic is one of my favorites. Of course the music is great, but I love hearing him getting drunker and drunker as the songs go on.
SONGS! Ok? Better?
As the "sings" go on?
Sure YOU'RE not drunk?
A friend gifted me this Chinese (he thinks) colored disc of the Everley Bros. Being Styrene, it's a static magnet and not the best sounding. It sounds like a fairly worn 45 and the first song on side two is fast and sounds like a 33 played at 45, or about 1/3 too fast. Still, it was a gift and an interesting one for which I am thankful. sleeve is thin paper covered in very reflective cellophane.
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