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What Record Are You Hearing Now?

Discussion in 'Turntables' started by zeplin43, Dec 31, 2009.

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    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...

     
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    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! :eek:
     
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    I mean, how can you beat guaranteed hifi? 45E2CAF9-65D0-4208-AB7A-C089C5A4FD39.jpeg 9179D407-FB97-4CBD-9D6B-C4CC6F15709F.jpeg
     
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    Some songs/performers are better than others (guess). Still: genius at work.
     
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    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...
     
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    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? :rflmao::naughty:
     
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    As the "sings" go on?

    Sure YOU'RE not drunk?

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    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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