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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote micky Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 17 2017 at 16:39
my god how far has this forum fallen from teh good old days.. I remember I got busted for PWI after a birthday party we threw for him got wild and much too far out of control. God I miss the old days of this site



anyhow...not even one Happy Birthday to our much beloved and respected DJ.  Happy 70th Richard!!! 
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A few tunes with titles that fit my mood at the moment. And a big raid of the archives this week. Thanks to my nephew Kris, for giving me the Goo Goo Dolls album for my birthday, I guess to educate me. Thanks to my cousin Nat for reminding me I had the Al Green /Chicago collaboration tucked away at the end of a remaster CD: an excellent piece of soul and Chicago duly muted. Three tracks featuring Jakko Jakszyk, one of which we got a world exclusive some time ago, as it turned out 6 months before the album was eventually released. Another Loughborough connection with the Nucleus track recorded here just over 40 years ago. Properly scheduled in this week, examples from Gary Lucas and Toni Dezso's forthcoming release - and making me think hard: should I dare categorise their music? Alas yet another death of a musician reported this week, hence a couple of tunes from the classic, Can's 'Tago Mago'. Thanks to the Russian modern psychedelia/space rockers Vespero for the promo. And I thought is was about time I played The Beatles' most unusual recording, influenced by Stockhausen: 'Revolution 9'. Thanks to those who fed back giving their preference as to which Bent Knee jingle, might test out the new jingles Magnus 'Mange' Andersson, formerly of Brickhouse and now lead singer with The Electric Grand, made for me too.



Alternative Alternative Show

(You Never Know What Is Coming Next)

26th January 2017

9pm – 11pm GMT

 

David Earle Johnson (Jan Hammer)

 

Juice Harp

 

Time Is Free

 

Jazz Rock

 

Vanguard

 

Gary Lucas & Toni   Dezso

 

Trout Fishing In Trump Amerika

 

Gary & Toni Go Nutz

 

Free Jazz

 

Rare Luminere

 

Jonas Hellborg (Tony Williams)

 

Black Rite

 

The Word

 

Nu Jazz

 

Axiom

 

64 Spoons

 

Nib (Synthesiser Party)

 

Landing On A Rat Column

 

Jazz Fusion

 

Freshly Cut

 

Nucleus

 

Nose Gay

 

UK Tour ’76 (Live At Loughborough University)

 

Jazz Fusion

 

MPL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Can

 

Mushroom

 

Tago Mago

 

Krautrock

 

Spoon

 

Goo Goo Dolls

 

Slide

 

Greatest Hits Vol 1: The Singles

 

Rock Folk

 

WB

 

Shining Path

 

Freedom

 

No Other World

 

Metal Jazz

 

DEM

 

Steve Nimmo

 

Roll The Dice Again

 

Sky Won’t Fall

 

Rock Blues

 

Manhaton

 

Vespero

 

Silver Rainbow

 

Liventure No 21

 

Modern Psych

 

Golden Pavillion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rev Al Green/ Chicago

 

Tired Of Being Alone

 

Chicago V! (rm)

 

Soul

 

Rhino

 

Jakko Jakszyk

 

The Hands Of Che Guevara

 

Kingdom Of Dust

 

Avant Rock

 

Resurgence

 

Gary Lucas & Toni   Dezso

 

Gary & Toni Run The Hoodoo Down

 

Gary & Toni Go Nutz

 

Blues

 

Rare Luminere

 

Djam Karet

 

Oceanside Exterior

 

Sonic Celluloid

 

Electronica

 

HC Productions

 

Firefly Burning

 

Beloved

 

Skeleton Hill

 

Avant Rock

 

Fathom

 

Can

 

Bring Me Coffee Or Tea

 

Tago Mago

 

Krautrock

 

Spoon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Beatles

 

Revolution 9

 

The White Album

 

Avant?

 

EMI

 

Goo Goo Dolls

 

Better Days

 

Greatest Hits Vol 1: The SIngles

 

Rock

 

WB

 

Richard Leo Johnson, Greg Bendian

 

Whitewash Worship Warehouse +

 

Who Knew Charlie Shoe?

 

Folk

 

Cuneiform

 

The Rolling Stones

 

All Of Your Love

 

Blue & Lonesome

 

R’n’B

 

Polydor

 

Jakko Jakszyk

 

Pictures Of An Indian City

 

The Bruised Romantic Glee Club

 

Prog

 

Iceni

 

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Johnson/Hammer...Hellborg/Willams...Djam Karet...great show!
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we try to ring the changes and raid the deeper parts of the archives
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After thinking about it for quite some time, we are largely concentrating on Swedish music this Thursday. The exceptions are the Allman Brothers (following the announcement of drummer Butch Trucks' death), our discover of 2017 Firefly Burning, a couple new releases from Cuddle Magic and Parlor Walls, and tracks from the forthcoming sampler 'She Rocks'. Chance to compare drummer/keyboard combos of The Johansson brothers  and Mats Morgan. Of course some Jonas Hellborg in different moods. A personal favourite, Harriet Ohlsson. The wackiness of Samla Mammas Manna. Rock blues/R'n'B of friend and former lead of Brickhouse, Mange Andersson's The Grand Electric. And hopeful if the CD arrives on time, we will include the freshing rock sound of Suicide By Tigers.


Alternative Alternative Show

(You Never Know What Is Coming Next)

2nd February 2017 - Quite A Bit Of Swedish

9pm – 11pm GMT

 

Mats Morgan Band

 

Mats Jingle

 

Heat Beats Live

 

Jazz Rock

 

Cuneiform

 

Hellborg, Buckethead, Shrieve

 

Death That Sleeps In Them

 

Octave Of The Holy Innocents

 

Jazz Fusion

 

DEM

 

Esbjorn Svensson Trio (EST)

 

Tide OF Trepidation

 

Viaticum (Radio Edits)

 

Nu Jazz

 

ACT

 

Johansson Brothers, Allan Holdsworth

 

On The Fritz

 

Heavy Machinery

 

Jazz Fusion

 

Heptagon

 

Esbjorn Svensson Trio (EST)

 

The Wraith

 

Good Morning Susie Soho

 

Nu Jazz

 

Gul Superstudio

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Isildurs Bane

 

Heal

 

Mind Volume 4 – Pass

 

Orch Rock

 

Ataraxia

 

Cuddle Magic

 

Slow Rider

 

Ashes/Axis

 

Avant Rock

 

Northern Spy

 

Jennifer Batten

 

In The Aftermath

 

She Rocks Volume 1

 

Rock Inst

 

Favored Nations

 

Paintbox

 

Lighthouse

 

Bright Gold & Red

 

Folk Rock

 

Wild Choice

 

Mats/Morgan

 

Advokaten

 

Trends & Other Diseases

 

Avant Rock

 

Cuneiform

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jonas Hellborg Group

 

Dead

 

Jonas Hellborg Group

 

Heavy Rock

 

DEM

 

Firefly Burning

 

Skeleton Hill

 

Skeleton Hill

 

Avant Rock

 

Fathom

 

Samla Mamma Manna

 

Satori

 

Kaka

 

RIO?

 

Krax

 

Hellsong

 

Welcome To The Jungle

 

Minor Misdemeanours

 

Lounge Rock

 

Lovely

 

Parlor Walls

 

Teach Where To Roam

 

Opposites

 

Avant Rock

 

Northern Spy

 

Lita Ford & Lez Zeppelin

 

The Lemon Song 

 

She Rocks Volume 1

 

Blues Rock

 

Favored Nations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oh Harry (aka Harriet Ohlsson)

 

Now That We Have Found Love

 

Arena Rock

 

Rock Folk

 

Ohharry.com

 

Anders Johansson (Jonas Hellborg)

 

Elif Air Ab Tizak

 

Red Shift

 

Music Concrete

 

Heptagon

 

Mats Morgan Band

 

Russin Lask

 

Trends & Other Diseases

 

Avant Rock

 

Cuneiform

 

The Allman Brothers Band

 

In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed

 

The Fillmore Concerts

 

Blues

 

Polydor

 

CLICK ON: http://radio.lsu.co.uk/

 

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To feedback/chat during the show, e.mail: alternativealternativeshow@yahoo.co.uk  or join Prog Archives and contributed via the thread: http://www.progarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=51952&PN=73

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John Wetton was a major musician with respect to numbers of albums in my music collection (e.g. cf. David Bowie),  so most the music being played Thursday night with have direct or indirect connections to John Wetton: respectively, the former featuring Wetton, the latter covers of tunes that he recorded first.  Lesser known musicians, who alas have also died in the last few weeks, are featured, i.e.  Doug Lunn and Deke Leonard. In addition, a couple of carry overs from last week's excellent show with Gren Bartley, (I was surprised to discover on playback, that only one Bartley tune was played last week, when we put the show together live on air), so one tune to make up for that and a tune taken from Gren's favourite Tool album. Interesting album of covers by Ed Palermo's BB, due to be released at the end of this month, as featured. A couple of days left to download the recording of the ALT2 Show with Gren Bartley.



Alternative Alternative Show

(You Never Know What Is Coming Next)

16th February 2017 - John Wetton Tribute

9pm – 11pm GMT

 

Fire Merchants (Doug Lunn)

 

Sybil

 

Landlords Of Atlantis

 

Jazz Rock

 

Renaissance

 

Ed Palermo Big Band

 

The Low Spark of The High Heeled Boys

 

The Great Un-American Songbook

 

Jazz Fusion

 

Cuneiform

 

Mogul Thrash

 

What’s This I Hear

 

Mogul Thrash

 

Jazz Blues

 

Discomforme

 

Nguyen Le

 

Sunshine Of Your Love

 

Songs Of Freedom

 

World Fusion

 

ACT

 

Ed Palermo Big Band

 

Larks’ Tongues In Aspic Pt 2

 

The Great Un-American Songbook

 

Jazz Fusion

 

Cuneiform

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tool

 

Schism

 

Laterus

 

Heavy Rock

 

Zomba/Tool

 

Family

 

Top Of The Hill

 

Bandstand (rm)

 

Rock

 

Repertoire

 

Phil Manzanera

 

Numbers

 

KScope

 

Rock

 

EG

 

The Unthanks

 

Starless

 

Last

 

Folk

 

EMI

 

UK

 

Danger Money

 

Danger Money (rm)

 

Prog

 

EG/Universal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Morgaua Quartet

 

Red

 

Atom Heart Mother Is Close To The Edge

 

Chamber Rock

 

Denon

 

John Wetton etal

 

Nothing Is Easy

 

To Cry You A Song

 

Rock Blues

 

Road Runner

 

Gren Bartley

 

Wayward Stars/Kelefaba

 

Winter Fires

 

Folk

 

Fellside

 

King Crimson

 

Exiles

 

USA (rm)

 

Prog

 

Panegyric

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Steve Hackett

 

Watcher Of The Skies

 

Genesis Revisited

 

Prog

 

Camino

 

UK

 

Caesar’s Palace Blues

 

UK Live In Boston

 

Jazz Rock

 

Isol

 

Phil Manzanera

 

Same Time Next Week

 

Diamond Head

 

Soul Rock

 

EG

 

Man (Deke Leonard)

 

Bananas

 

Maximum Darkness

 

Space Rock

 

BGO

 

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Apologies about putting this playlist up on the day of broadcast, but I've been fully occupied repainting my lounge  - I did once have a volunteer to do the curtains but she escaped 2 years ago. 


The grim reaper has struck again, it seems weekly now that I play something from a now regrettably dead musicians. This time the great and innovative jazz guitarist, Larry Coryell, said by some as the godfather of jazz fusion, so three of his pieces this week. As I mentioned earlier in the seasoning, following the death of Coryell's colleague, Alphonse Mouzon, I had the privilege of meeting both at London's Jazz Cafe over a decade ago. More from Ed Palermo's slightly hit and miss 'Great Un-American Songbook'. Something from the (American as opposed to the Dutch) Knitts' forthcoming album. The newie from the Residents, an album of songs about rail accidents.... I'm afraid the morbidity continues. As a devoted early Chicago fan, I had to include somethings from the Steven Wilson remixed Chicago album. And more memories of the late Deke Leonard with Man.


Alternative Alternative Show

(You Never Know What Is Coming Next)

23rd February 2017

9pm – 11pm GMT

 

The New Tony Williams Lifetime

 

Snake Oil

 

Believe It (rm)

 

Jazz Funk

 

Columbia

 

Coryell, Marcus, Smith, Eckhardt

 

Scotland

 

Count’s Jam Band Reunion

 

Jazz Fusion

 

Tone Center

 

Ed Palermo Big Band

 

The Tourist

 

The Great Un-American Songbook

 

Jazz Fusion

 

Cuneiform

 

Throttle Elevator Music/Kamasi Washington

 

Retrorespective

 

Retrorespective

 

Nu Jazz

 

Wide Hive

 

Coryell, Smith, Coster

 

These Are Odd Times

 

Cause & Effect

 

Jazz Rock

 

Tone Center

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Free Spirits

 

Don’t Look Now……

 

Out Of Sight And Sound

 

Rock Jazz

 

Sunbeam

 

Michael Franks

 

Night Moves

 

The Art Of Tea

 

Jazz Vocal

 

Reprise

 

The Knitts

 

Personal Pyramid

 

Retreat

 

Pop

 

Knitting Factory

 

Chicago

 

In The Country

 

Chicago (Steven Wilson Remix)

 

Brass Rock

 

Rhino

 

Suicide By Tigers

 

Pack Of Wolves

 

Suicide By Tiger

 

Rock Blues

 

Smiloden

 

The Residents

 

Shroud Of Flames

 

The Ghost Of Hope

 

Avant Rock

 

Crytpic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Knifeworld

 

High Aflame

 

Bottled Out Of Eden

 

Nu Prog

 

Inside Out

 

Arto Lindsay

 

Grain By Grain

 

Cuidado Madame

 

Avant Rock

 

Northern Spy

 

Kat Dyson

 

U Know What I Like

 

She Rocks: Volume 1

 

Blues Rock

 

Favored Nations

 

 

Gary Lucas & Toni Deszo

 

A Trip To Hushpuckena

 

Gary & Toni Go Nutz

 

Avant Rock

 

Rare Luminere

 

Chicago

 

Better End Soon: 1st   Movement

 

Chicago (Steven Wilson Remix)

 

Brass Rock

 

Rhino

 

Polyethylene Pet/+1

 

Home Of The Brave

 

Pop

 

Electronica?

 

Precognitive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tool

 

The Grudge

 

Laterus

 

Heavy Rock

 

Zomba/Tool

 

Forever Einstein

 

They’re Portable, They’re Annoying

 

 

Racket Science

 

Avant Rock

 

Cuneiform

 

The PRS Band

 

Freedom

 

Time To Testify

 

Rock Blues

 

Favored Nations

 

 

Arto Lindsay

 

Ilha Dos Prazeres

 

Cuidado Madame

 

Latin Rock

 

Northern Spy

 

Man

 

Many Are Called But Few Get Up

 

Do You Like Here….(rm)

 

Space Rock

 

Eagle

 

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Alt2 Show 23rd Feb 2017 definitive list.docx 
Edited recording of last night's show is now available for 7 days via
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It has been quite some years after the last Violin Special but to the third of such, (and there may be an odd viola in here too). (which reminds me to update the catalogue of violinists I posted here some years ago.

Therefore be surprised at the range of playing styles and music here. Inevitably I have to kick off with the former opening music for the show. I'm not tempted to give too many details here, because of the variety, I intend playing, so only a couple more comments. Alas I could not find my Papa John Cretch recordings, to boost a lack of blues here (but last week's show had an above average amount of rock blues). Having considered it for a long time, simply because it will be the longest track I've played in several decades, we finish with the Morgaua Quartet's excellent interpretation of Yes's 'Close To The Edge'. Next week in contrast, I can reveal an airing of a forthcoming excellent (IMHO) RnB album (out in March) by Heath Green & The Makeshifters.

Alternative Alternative Show
2nd March 2017 – The Return Of The Violin Show
9pm – 11pm GMT

Jerry Goodman/Jan Hammer

Country & Eastern Music

Like Children

Jazz Rock

Wounded Bird


Sugar Cane Harris

Bad Feet

Cup Full Of Dreams

Jazz Fusion

MPS/BASF


Allan Holdsworth

Krazie Key

Velvet Darkness

Jazz

CTI


Stephane Grappelli

Djangology

1947-1961

Gypsy Jazz

EMI/Jazz Time


Omas Puente

My Mrs

From There To Here

Latin Jazz

Destine World

David Cross

Awful Love

Close Than Skin

Prog Rock

Noisy


Gren Bartley (Julia Disney)

Fair Share

Magnificent Creatures

Folk

Fellside


Family (Rick Gretch)

The Weaver’s Answer

Family Entertainment (rm)

Rock

See For Miles


UK (Eddie Jobson)

Time To Kill

UK

Jazz Rock

EG


Van Der Graaf (Graham Smith)

Lizard Play

The Quiet Zone/The Pleasure Zone

Prog

EMI


Jean Luc Ponty

Open Mind

Open Mind

Electronica

Polydor

Turtle Island String Quartet (Darol Anger)

Senor Mouse

A Windham Hill Retrospective

Chamber Jazz

Windham Hill


Hayseed Dixie (John Wheeler)

Ace Of Spades

Let There Be Blue Grass

Blue Grass

Cooking Vinyl


Curved Air (Darryl Way)

It Happened Today

Live

Prog

Deram


Bob Dylan (Scarlet Rivera)

Mozambique

Desire

Folk Rock

Columbia


Nigel Kennedy

Fire

Stone Free: Tribute To Jimi Hendrix

Rock

Reprise


Esperanto (Raymond Vincent, Godfrey Salmon)

Eleanor Rigby

The Last Tango (rm)

Prog

UK Music/Universal

New Model Army (Ed Allyn Johnson)

Vagabonds

Thunder & Consolation

Rock

EMI


Kansas (Robby Steinhardt)

Paradox

Point Of Know Return (rm)

US Prog

Sony


Fairport Convention (Dave Swarbrick)

Si Tu Dois Partir

History

Folk

Island


Morgaua Quartet (Eiji Arai, Tetsuo Tozawa)

Close To The Edge

Atom Heart Mother Is Close To The Edge

Chamber Rock

Denon


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hope nobody is missing the great range of violin pieces tonight on the show
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Trying to keep the themed shows going, and so this coming week's heavy ALT2 Show, follows the Gren Bartley, John Wetton and the violin specials. Suggestions for future themes are welcomed.


A couple of excellent new releases feature, i.e. from the essential Allan Holdsworth compilation, 'Eidonon' and some excellent RnB from Heath Green & The Makeshifts (one comparison made to the Frankie Miller Band by a reviewer, maybe but better). No folk - can somebody suggest heavy folk please? However, a good smattering of various forms of heavy jazz fusion spread through the show. A couple of favourites reappear (after a couple of years rest): Frumpy and a track that shows all/most of the tricks when playing rock Hammond; Ygnwie Malmsteen (with the excellent Johansson bros) tackling a classic UK tune; Paul Gilbert plays Brubeck or is that Mozart; Mr Eklundh and Freak Kitchen going Indo-rock ("No, We're Not Danes"), and finally "Kashmir" with an Egyptian orchestra augmenting Plant & Page. Don't forget to turn it up loud next Thursday night.


Alternative Alternative Show - Going heavy

9th March 2017

9pm – 11pm GMT

 

Panzerballett

 

The Simpsons

 

Hart Genussen Von Abba Bis Zappa

 

Metal Fusion

 

ACT

 

Allan Holdsworth

 

Metal Fatigue (rm)

 

Eidonon: The Allan Holdsworth Collection

 

Heavy Jazz Fusion

 

Manifesto

 

Planet X

 

The Thinking Stone

 

Quantum

 

Heavy Fusion

 

Inside Out

 

Paul Gilbert

 

Blue Rondo A La Turk

 

Vibrato

 

Heavy Jazz

 

Mascot

 

Motorpsycho/Jaga Jazzist Horns

 

Theme De YoYo

 

In The Fish Tank

 

Nordic Jazz

 

KonKurrent

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pete Townshend

 

I Had Enough

 

Quadrophenia Demos

 

Heavy Rock

 

Polydor

 

Freak Kitchen

 

Teargas Jazz

 

Land Of The Freaks

 

Metal World Rock

 

Thunderstuck

 

Scott McGill

 

Symptom Imperative

 

Sympton Imperative

 

Heavy Fusion

 

Uniblab

 

Heath Green & The Makeshifters

 

Out Of The City

 

Heath Green & The Makeshifters

 

R’n’B

 

Alive Natural Sound

 

Frumpy

 

How The Gypsy Was Born

 

Frumpy 2

 

Heavy Rock

 

Philips/SPV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yngwie Malmsteen

 

In The Dead Of Night

 

Inspirations

 

Heavy Rock

 

Music For Nations

 

Sonny Sharrock

 

Elmo’s Blues

 

Live In New York

 

Blues

 

Enemy

 

The Kennedy Experience

 

Fire

 

The Kennedy Experience

 

Jazz

 

Sony Classical

 

Beck Bogert Appice

 

Black Cat Moan

 

Beck Bogert Appice

 

Blues Rock

 

Repertoire

 

Anekdoten

 

This Far From The Sky (demo)

 

Chapters

 

Heavy Prog

 

KScope

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elephant9

 

Dodovoodoo

 

Dodovoodoo

 

Heavy Fusion

 

Rune Grammofon

 

Allan Holdsworth

 

Road Games (Jack Bruce version)

 

Eidonon: The Allan Holdsworth Collection

 

Jazz Fusion

 

Manifesto

 

Heath Green & The Makeshifters

 

Secret Sisters

 

Heath Green & The Makeshifters

 

R’n’B

 

Alive Natural Sound

 

Atomic Rooster

 

Tomorrow Night

 

Death Walks Behind You

 

Heavy Rock

 

Castle

 

Plant & Page/Egyptian Ensemble

 

Kashmir

 

No Quartet

 

Arabo Rock

 

Fontana

 

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I had a short correspondence with former Touch bass player and singer Bruce Hauser via Facebook last week. Subsequently I felt I had to play something from that early classic American progressive album; that's where we finish. From that, the theme of this show developed, a reminder that progressive music wasn't purely a British development and there was an explosion of inventive music appearing in the latter half of the 60's, in the USA. Therefore the music below dates from 1965 to 1971, by all American bands (with a few other nationalities included in line ups)  but I have gone for a couple of alternative takes and/or remastered versions. 



Alternative Alternative Show

16th March 2017 - American Progression

9pm – 11pm GMT

 

Tony Williams Lifetime

 

Allah Be Praised (rm)

 

Turn It Over (Bill Laswell Remixes)

 

Jazz Rock

 

Verve

 

Don Ellis

 

Salvatore Sam

 

Don Ellis At Fillmore

 

Jazz

 

Wounded Bird

 

Blood Sweat & Tears

 

God Bless The Child

 

Blood Sweat & Tears

 

Brass Rock

 

BGO

 

Frank Zappa

 

The Uncle Meat Variations

 

Uncle Meat

 

Expt Jazz Rock

 

Zappa

 

Miles Davis

 

Nem Um Talvez (rm)

 

Live Evil

 

Jazz Fusion

 

Columbia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lothar & The Hand People

 

Today Is Only Yesterday’s Tomorrow

 

This Is It, Machine

 

Post Psych

 

See For Miles

 

Grand Funk Railroad

 

I’m Your Captain/Closer To Home

 

Live: The 1971 Tour

 

American Prog

 

Capitol

 

The United States Of America

 

The American Metaphysical Circus

 

The United States Of America

 

Avant Rock

 

Edsel

 

Love

 

Stephanie Knows Who (rm)

 

De Capo

 

Rock

 

Elektra

 

Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band

 

25th Century Quaker (rm)

 

The Mirror Man Sessions

 

Blues Rock

 

Buddha

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chicago

 

Purple Song

 

1968

 

Brass Rock

 

Newsound

 

The Doors

 

Unknown Soldier (rm)

 

Waiting For The Sun

 

Rock

 

Elektra

 

Jefferson Airplane

 

Wooden Ships (rm)

 

Volunteers

 

American Prog

 

RCA

 

Jimi Hendrix Experience

 

Still Raining, Still Dreaming

 

Electric Ladyland

 

Rock Blues

 

Polydor

 

Wendy Carlos

 

JS Bach’s Brandenberg Concerto No 3

 

Switched On Bach

 

Electronica

 

East Side

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Big Brother & The Holding Company

 

Combination Of The Two (rm)

 

Cheap Thrills

 

Rock Blues

 

Columbia Legacy

 

The Electric Prunes

 

Agnus Dei

 

Mass In F Minor

 

Expt Rock

 

Linea

 

The Velvet Underground & Nico

 

Venus in Furs

 

The Velvet Underground & Nico

 

Avant Rock

 

Verve

 

Al Kooper & Mike Bloomfield

 

Stop (rm)

 

Super Session

 

Blues

 

Columbia Legacy

 

Steve Stills