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  1. Bittersweet, at least you can flatten it, the previous owner of mine took it to some full on parties i'm guessing, but it plays ok, hard to find a copy in perfect condition.....
  2. Various, Celebrate '88. Compilation Australia 1987. EMI, Festival Records ‎ AL-748840.
  3. Various, Rocka. EMI ‎ SCA 006, LP, Compilation Australia 1976. From the stable of Albert's stellar artists. Hands down the best Oz rock compilation to be released in the mid 1970s, possibly the best for for the whole decade! Tracklist A1 –AC/DC High Voltage A2 –John Paul Young I Hate The Music A3 –Stevie Wright Guitar Band A4 –The Angels Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again A5 –Ted Mulry Gang Jump In My Car A6 –Stevie Wright Black Eyed Bruiser A7 –Marcus Hook Roll Band Can't Stand The Heat A8 –AC/DC It's A Long Way To The Top B1 –John Paul Young St. Louis B2 –AC/DC Jailbreak B3 –Ted Mulry Gang Crazy B4 –Little River Band Everyday Of My Life B5 –AC/DC She's Got Balls B6 –Stevie Wright Evie (Part 1) B7 –Marcus Hook Roll Band Quick Reaction B8 –The Easybeats Good Times
  4. Nina Simone, Here Comes The Sun & Other Great Hits. RCA ‎ SPCD1230, CD, Compilation, 1992, Australasia.
  5. Billy Eckstine, 1963, The Golden Hits Of Billy Eckstine. Mercury ‎ SR 60796, Stereo, reissue, US.
  6. Sergio Mendes, Sergio Mendes' Favorite Things. Atlantic ‎ SD 8177, Stereo, Australia.
  7. Continuing on with the western swing theme, well, just vol. 1 of three volumes that I have (there are about 6 volumes in this series), will be enough for night! Various, Western Swing. Old Timey Records ‎ OT 105, LP, Compilation US. https://www.discogs.com/Various-Western-Swing/release/1727984
  8. I find that having to choose my favourite John Prine album, or favourite Bob Dylan album (from the 1960s-1970s), is a bit like have to pick a favourite child, but these two are near the top. John Prine, Souvenirs. Oh Boy Records ‎ OBR-021, CD, USA & Canada 2000. Bob Dylan, Highway 61 Revisited. Columbia ‎– CDCBS 62572, CD, Reissue Australia.
  9. Hilary Hahn! I have some of her most excellent Bach recordings, will definitely be checking this out!
  10. Col Nolan Quartet, Arrangements. M7 ‎ MLF.157, Australia 1976. Credits Bass, Trumpet – Dieter Vogt Cover, Design, Photography By – Snape & Gallaher Graphics Drums – Laurie Bennett Flute, Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Recorder – Bob Bertles Percussion – John Sangster Piano, Electric Piano, Clavinet, Organ – Col Nolan Producer – Martin Benge
  11. Albert Guinovart, Turina: Obras Para Piano. Harmonia Mundi Musique D'abord, HMI 987009, C.1996, Spain.
  12. Johnny Rivers & Steve Alaimo, Johnny Rivers & Steve Alaimo. Custom Records CS 1100 US 1967.
  13. Pink Floyd, Wish You Were Here. EMI ‎ 8297502, CD, Reissue, Remastered C.2000, Australia. Great SQ on this remaster.
  14. The Dave Brubeck Quartet, Time Out. Coronet KLP 835, Reissue, Repress, Mono Australia 1960.
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