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    Posted: January 17 2017 at 21:11
thats why i dont go there that often.....:)


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Originally posted by Catcher10 Catcher10 wrote:

^ Well good for me that there is tons of jazz records in almost every bin I flip thru. One store I go to, the guy has more jazz records than I can imagine looking thru....crazy
Awesome! I'd probably lose my mind trying to pick a few titles LOL Seems very well organized though.

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Only 349 were pressed, mine is #197.....almost upon every spin of any Can album I find more and more appreciation for this band and their music.
That looks cool. Thumbs Up
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Originally posted by Tom Ozric Tom Ozric wrote:

^ Jose, love that Nektar album. May not be as 'classic' as the 70's gems, but still love it.
What's the yummy Spatter album - Monster Movie ?? I got an old U.A. pressing for next to nothing in the late-90's. Still sounds fantastic !!

I really like Time Machine also, especially side II, it plays really well when I crank the volume knob LOL. Sad that Roye is gone, not sure what will happen going forward. But like most of these much older bands, the early catalog is holding its own, which I prefer anyhow.

Yea that special edition splatter is Monster Movie live studio session, alternate mix. There is another issue on red vinyl from Inner Space Tokyo which is a bootleg, says it is live but I understand it is not.


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^ Jose, love that Nektar album. May not be as 'classic' as the 70's gems, but still love it.
What's the yummy Spatter album - Monster Movie ?? I got an old U.A. pressing for next to nothing in the late-90's. Still sounds fantastic !!
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Only 349 were pressed, mine is #197.....almost upon every spin of any Can album I find more and more appreciation for this band and their music.


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^ Well good for me that there is tons of jazz records in almost every bin I flip thru. One store I go to, the guy has more jazz records than I can imagine looking thru....crazy!





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Originally posted by Catcher10 Catcher10 wrote:

^ Thanks Sam!
Those are some great records you have, I never see stuff like that around here Cry I would take chance on those if I saw them...
Keep that misprint, you never know.

Right now.....some shoe-gaze prog Smile

Monster Movie was spun Cool

I think every place has interesting records to be found, depending on your taste. Being in Europe is certainly great for Prog but classic Jazz LP's (with decent quality) seem much more expensive here, for example.

I still don't have that one, I bought the documentary with the same name, thinking it was DVD audio Ouch
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^ Thanks Sam!
Those are some great records you have, I never see stuff like that around here Cry I would take chance on those if I saw them...
Keep that misprint, you never know.

Right now.....some shoe-gaze prog Smile



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More TD in my collection Smile This one has serious scruffs on side A so I asked for a discount. It turns out that after cleaning it plays great.


This is really weird Krautrock, and I have high tolerance with this genre Confused Nothing special in terms of quality, but does it really matter here?


I have to admit, after seeing them live, this is quite disappointing. I really liked the bass playing, but here it's buried under loads of guitars, most of the time.


I had this on my pile when I heard about Greg Lake. I dismissed it for a few years but it's a fantastic record.


I didn't have anything from them. It didn't do much for me at first listen, it needs more spins.


Part of a classic Prog exchange with David (Guldbamsen). Two very good records, especially the one on the left Thumbs Up


Very inspired by ELP, if Emerson only used pipe organ and synths. On a side note, I bought this because it was cheaper than a CD. I'm unhappy with the Black Widow's LP's I got: some have missing tracks, others are edited and all sound like a needle dropping on a CD. It's like paying twice as much for something worse Dead


The new album from peixe:avićo, a Portuguese Alt Rock band that turned into something more instrumental/experimental/psychedelic, very much to my liking Thumbs Up Only bad thing: it has a pressing error. One track is repeated and another isn't on it, not to mention two linked tracks that have some time interval between them. No one listened to the test pressing? Confused Anyway, the label is accepting them back but I think I'll keep it, it might be valuable some day Tongue



Oh, and happy birthday, José Beer I'm thinking about spinning some Can today Smile

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^ Ross Valory is an awesome bassist !!
I didn't mind Aynsley Dunbar drumming on their earlier albums.
You ought to check out their album Dream After Dream. Just superb.
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^ Steve Smith is the drummer, right ?? It HAS to be good !!

Correct...the only drummer they should ever have had!! Smith is amazing on the album.....I know he is back on with Journey so their lineup is now Schon, Valory, Cain, Smith and Pineda. Getting close to that mega awesome lineup just missing Rolie and Perry, although I do like Cain as a keyboardist.
Have not heard Perry sing lately so not sure how those vocal chords are holding up.....Pineda has really come along.

They might be the comeback 70/80's band.......


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Originally posted by Tom Ozric Tom Ozric wrote:

^ Play the Khan album !!! Dave Stewart at his best. And Nick Greenwood's bass lines are OUTSTANDING !!!

I love this album!! I already owned it in CD but I found this nice vinyl reissue, I thought that I will never find an 70's copy of this album anyway Wink
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^ Steve Smith is the drummer, right ?? It HAS to be good !!
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Always been curious and tempted to buy this alive Journey. How good is the performance ??
3SC4PE has some awesome tracks - Who's Crying Now is my fave.

This has been one of my alltime fav live albums, this is my original copy I bought back in what '81? It has all great tracks and the performance is excellent, I still have the wall poster too it comes with if you can find a good clean VG+ copy buy it.


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^ Play the Khan album !!! Dave Stewart at his best. And Nick Greenwood's bass lines are OUTSTANDING !!!
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Originally posted by Tom Ozric Tom Ozric wrote:


Definitely some really fantastic vinyls there
Thanks for the exhibition !!

Thanks for watching!! Wink
 
Originally posted by Catcher10 Catcher10 wrote:


Outstanding finds Julien!!! Thanks for sharing and always posting here, and yes keep spinning the wax!!

Cheers

My pleasure!! Thanks for watching Wink

I can't stop playing the Eye album!!
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Always been curious and tempted to buy this alive Journey. How good is the performance ??
3SC4PE has some awesome tracks - Who's Crying Now is my fave.
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