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  1. Hmmm.........not sure what to think about this one yet. Hopefully it will grow on me. Didn't stop me pre-ordering the red, white and signed vinyls and the deluxe boxset. I tell you this hobby is a sickness! 🥴🤪
  2. Agreed C’man. Excellent performance by Tate and his young band. In fact, it was far better than what I expected. Tate’s vocals still hold up well and he sure does command the stage. Way better concert than Queensrÿche a couple of years back IMO.
  3. Great memories! Great store! I still have many a vinyl from that store. I remember turning up one lunch break when unbeknown to me it just happened to be nude day 😲.
  4. Well I got my hands on the 2 live albums and they haven't disappointed. Driving prog/psych/jazz/rock tunes where there is so much going on. In fact, listening to it in the car is where it works best for me. The interplay between the musos is excellent. Thanks Dilettanteque.
  5. Most of SW’s recordings are great. As a big fan one gets sucked into a vortex where you have to have everything he puts out and on all media. Luckily for me my wife thinks all my purchases are from the bargain bin.
  6. Great choice. Hard to beat this phono at that price and its RRP. And it has so many loading options. Good luck
  7. 48hrs.....24 albums :)) 1.Led Zeppelin ll 2.Deep Purple - Made in Japan 3.Pink Floyd - DSOTM 4.Pink Floyd - WYWH 5.Jeff Beck - Wired 6.Marillion - Script for a Jesters Tear 7.Porcupine Tree - In Absentia 8.Miles Davis - Kind of Blue 9.Le Orme - Collage 10.Yes - Close to the Edge 11.Transatlantic - Bridge across Forever 12.Tool - Lateralus 13.Riverside - Second Life Syndrome 14.Robin Trower - For Earth Below 15.PFM - Per in Amico 16.Alex de Grassi - Southern Exposure 17.Jimi Hendrix - Electric Ladyland 18.Stevie Ray Vaughan - Couldn’t Stand the Weather 19.Sigur Ros - Takk 20.Eva Cassidy - Songbird 21.Rush - Exit....Stage Left 22.Keith Jarrett - Koln Concert 23.King Crimson - In the Court of....... 24.Santana - Caravanserai
  8. I don’t mind my post rock so l will have to check this out. Love chasing these musical breadcrumbs.
  9. And this track really highlights Demetrios' voice - really kicks in at 2:20.
  10. Interesting list Greg. Some I have but many I am not familiar with. You sure did delve deep into the Italian prog genre. One other band I enjoyed was Area. Italian prog it was, sometimes a bit "avant-garde", and once singer Demetrio Stratos passed away they shifted more to jazz rock fusion. Demetrio sure had a unique powerful voice. I particularly liked the jazz rock instrumental album "Tic & Tac".
  11. Ahhh! That brings back memories. I never tire of Le Orme's "Cemento Armato". Great seventies prog groove. https://youtu.be/KniZ09GdH7U
  12. Good find Dilletanteque. Sounds like its right down my alley. Love chasing those musical breadcrumbs. Has any particular album grabbed you?
  13. Neil Peart RIP - Sad News https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/neil-peart-rush-obituary-936221/
  14. Unfortunately not. Used it for a number of years until I recently upgraded.
  15. Item: Black Sabbath - VIP “The End” Tour Book Location: Melbourne (Northern Suburbs) Price: no longer available Item Condition: Book is near mint Reason for selling: need funds Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Bank Transfer Extra Info: Rare and Limited Edition Black Sabbath "The End" VIP Tour book. It was available only to those that purchased a VIP package to The End Tour. They were never sold online or in stores. The book shows Black Sabbath through the years and has heaps of memorabilia inside - tickets, ticket stubs, metal pendant, guitar picks and other memorabilia. Condition of book is near mint Photos:
  16. Item: Power Cable 1.5m (USA plug) Location: Melbourne (Northern Suburbs) Price: $50 plus postage Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Bank transfer Extra Info: A well made cable which l purchased online from Canada. 1.5m in length and has IEC and USA plug. Photos:
  17. Item: YES - The Steven Wilson Remixes - Vinyl Box Set Location: Melbourne (northern suburbs) Price: SOLD Item Condition: Brand new/Still Sealed Reason for selling: Not needed/need funds Payment Method: Pickup - Cash; Bank Transfer Extra Info: Preference for local pickup; YES: THE STEVEN WILSON REMIXES Vinyl Box Set spotlights five studio albums that helped secure the band’s recent induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. - It includes remixed versions of: *The Yes Album (1971), *Fragile (1971), *Close To The Edge (1972), *Tales From Topographic Oceans (1973), and *Relayer (1974). Each album features remixed audio by renowned producer Steven Wilson, released on vinyl for the first time. - After their initial release in the 1970’s,Wilson’s articulate remix shines a light on the stellar performances that run deep through each of these the albums, from hits like “Roundabout” and “I’ve Seen All Good People,” to album-side length epics like “Close To The Edge” and “The Gates Of Delirium.” - The music included in this collection confirms the band’s standing as the most enduring, ambitious, and virtuosic progressive band in rock history. It also follows the band through a number of personnel changes. Starting in February 1971 with Yes’s third studio release, The Yes Album, the band featured vocalist Jon Anderson, bassist Chris Squire, guitarist Steve Howe, keyboardist Tony Kaye and drummer Bill Bruford. Released just nine months later, Fragile was Yes’s first release with keyboardist Rick Wakeman. The same line-up returned on 1972’s Close To The Edge. A year later, drummer Alan White made his Yes debut on Tales From Topographic Oceans. And finally, keyboardist Patrick Moraz joined for Relayer in 1974
  18. Here's the 2019 Prog Mag best of list......... https://www.loudersound.com/features/the-prog-magazine-writers-albums-of-2019
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