Discussion in 'Turntables' started by zeplin43, Dec 31, 2009.
The Greatest Prize in Sport
This was delivered today. Got it from Discogs.
Hugh Masekela, I Am Not Afraid.
They had a few "Melanie" albums at GW yesterday.
Eric Gale - Blue Horizon
LISTEN! I.....stole your love.....ain't never gonna let you go-o!
Best recording I’ve heard of this
You won't thank me for this,when the guitar starts picking around the 1 minute mark it will be in your head for days/months or in my case decades.
Early afternoon glam rock infusion. Iconic record from 1971 on Reprise RS6466
Bassheads - Is There Anybody Out There?
Newly acquired, a serious old classic!
A cold beer, new little bear t10 preamp hooked up and Clapton's best on the TT.
Nice Friday evening in Sweden. Cheers!
I bet that sounds awesome! Still my favorite Yes.
I sometimes see ‘em there. Probably where I got that one.
I’d buy for a buck or two, if they’re in nice shape.
Another glam rock classic. From 1972 on RCA LSP-4702. Bowie with the incomparable Mick Ronson.
Daft Punk - Discovery
It’s really quite amazing.
My digital recordings are nowhere close to this. Even Siberian Khatru which is usually quite sibilant has some beautiful air in it and wonderfully quiet.
Whoa.....where you at drinking Zubr? That's my hometown away from hometown in Prerov Czech Republic! Lived a few blocks away from the brewery! I was just there in November. The "bar of the three titties" a few blocks from the brewery serves Zubr unpasteurized, it's quite the tasty brew.
Czech Pivo's are my favourites! Hope I can visit the brewery and taste that unpasteurized version sometime.
Continuing my glam rock journey. Produced by Bowie, who provided the title track. Another essential from 1972
This one a CBS orange label UK import 66184
American Music Club
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