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    I particularly like the last three of your selections. Crime of the Century is my favourite Supertramp. To me it has a certain ,'feeling' or mood about it that is timeless.
  2. What an insightful contrabution. Good for you.
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    FS: Quad 11L classic bookshelf speakers

    I've got the 22ls and they're a great little set. These are supposed to be nice too. The price is right.
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    The Stones: Let it Bleed. I'm not 100 percent sure why, but I've had great fun playing albums and posting them up on stereo.net this weekend. Enjoy the week ahead.
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    Floyd's Animals.
  6. Not quite sure how to quantify 'most important' in that context, but what a year for music. Birth occured to me2also.
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    I saw him in Brisbane in a solo accoustic act doing Woody Guthrie a couple of years back. Pretty cool.
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    Bob Dylan: Nashville Skyline. A Bobby Dazzler😎
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    What a sterling idea.
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    The Waterboys: This is the Sea. Old and scratchy,, but still worth it
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    Frank Zappa and the Mother......s: One Size Fits All. It's terrible and wonderful all-in-one.
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    Leonard Cohen: You Want It Darker. A legend all the way home.
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    Peter Gabriel iii
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    STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN: LIVE IN MONTREAL. Bit of gratuitous guitar work. Nice!
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    JJ CZLE & ERIC CLAPTON: THE ROAD TO ESCONDIDO When they get together the music is cream. BILLY BRAGG & JOE HENRY: SHINE A LIGHT: FIELD RECORDINGS FROM THE GREAT AMERICAN RAILROAD. A beautiful album. A couple of CDs. Feeling a bit 'chilled out' tonight- day off tomorrow.
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