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  1. hey @Grumpy where did you get it from? Looking fwd to your report on SQ!
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    My favourite Feat LP, "Sailin' Shoes"... from the out-&-out rocker "Cold Cold Cold" to the truckie anthem "Willin'", not a bum track here. Sure miss Lowell George's wonderful songs.
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    Saw her at Newport festival 2014, the crowd went wild for her, never heard of her before then!
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    Still get a kick out of this after all these years, must be played loud, though!
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    Benny Gilson + Art Farmer...Jazztet
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    Having CCR fever this arvo... this music has stood the test of time for me!
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    Benny Carter's not known as the King for no reason, one of the sweetest tones you'll hear and his blowing is so smooth too, this LP's a real find for me!
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    Coltrane "Impressions" Speakers Corner pressing...includes 2 live tracks from Village Vanguard, featuring Eric Dolphy. Very good SQ, I really should get more Speakers Corner releases.
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    Read somewhere Hot Rats was released "on this day" back in 1970, this music is to be played loud, it certainly has stood the test of time, and my CD edition sounds very good too!
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    This brings back memories growing up in the 70's. Dedicated to Duanne Allman, all great tracks, the killer being the Mountain Jam which takes up 2 sides of the double-LP set.
  11. For Alice fans, here's a deal.... too bad Adelaide misses out! https://lasttix.com.au/buy-discount-tickets-alice-cooper
  12. Know what you mean, some of them can sound "over the top" and bombastic, lots of noise which now doesn't impress anymore. I still like Yes & ELP though!
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    No Sir, it's on the Presto label, manufactured by Allied Records
  14. Great thread, I listened to Led Zeppelin II when it first came out, still have my pretty scratchy copy, these days feel a bit cringey listening to Whole lotta Love! ... although the more "bluesy" tracks not so bad!