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Now I want the real thing! Pink Floyd "Animals" 2016 remaster, Dutch pressing.  

Cheers Hector.  I have it and a great album it is.           Thanks to @evil c   Donald Fagen - The Nightfly    Mofi one step release.   High standard

Picked up this mint 1988 UK pressing recently...... I will never play the CD version again!

53 minutes ago, keyse1 said:

I think you need to explain that

Don't think anyone would know who The Silver Jews are

I thought he died or is that an older record

No, for what I know it’s a new come back album on his Purple Mountain moniker, released in 2019. Sadly he passed away a few weeks after the album released.

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9 minutes ago, scuzzii said:

One that you would like Keith.   @cheekyboy

 

Marissa Nadler 

 

Haunting Americana vocals.

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Streaming that now and the first couple of tracks are good. Her first album too and she has a few others that might be good as well.:thumb:

 

Cheers,

 

Keith

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42 minutes ago, Rocketfrogs said:

Roxy Music 'Country Life' (1974)

 

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If you look closely you can see a bush there too.:winky:

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I nearly sold this - but I’m very glad I didn’t.

 

I can’t really get through a whole Beatles album prior to Rubber Soul, but their early pop-rock ‘singles’ (of which there are heaps) are just awesome.

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Finally got hold of a Classic Capricorn pink label pressing of my favourite live LP. Heaps better sounding than my old copy from the 70's... very happy ?

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2 hours ago, cheekyboy said:

If you look closely you can see a bush there too.:winky:

 

6 minutes ago, turnthetable said:

Cheeky :)


And some satellite peaks ??

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On 04/10/2020 at 5:07 AM, cheekyboy said:

Yep, Ken, we're probably a little different in that regard, but like you I don't think I've posted the same album here twice. Unlike you though, vinyl is pretty much all I play here when I'm going to sit down and listen and I could play 5 - 10 albums a day I guess and if I was photographing and posting every one of those albums here, I'd be doing nothing but that all day!:lol: I like to post albums that I think others might be interested in or that I can recommend to someone  that may not have that particular album in their collection.................glad you're enjoying the jazz too, but I'm only a novice with jazz compared to John @scuzzii, but I note you're not saying I've got you into country music yet!:hmm:

 

Cheers,

 

Keith

Thanks Keith. You have nailed it (me) exactly.

 

Country music mate, rather poke my eyes out with a burnt stick. Up there with my other 3 no's; death metal, rap and R & B.

Having said that, l did flirt briefly with alt country. Did like the album Strangers Almanac by Whiskytown which l have and l don't mind Lucinda Williams and l listened to a lot of Wilco 20 years ago. So if this is defined as Country... than guilty as charged m'lord. But can't stand Country and Western. But to each their own.

 

Currently listening to Roger Water's

Us + Them (Live in Amsterdam) on Spotify. Prog is my speed these days. He might be a sad old bastard. But he is a brilliant sad old bastard.

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On 04/10/2020 at 8:38 AM, Janjuc said:

Hi All,

If you think seven or eight weeks is a lot, I have been waiting since early April for several albums to be posted, as a couple of European countries will not post out of Europe "because of Covid".

 

Earlier over breakfast, Drums Between The Bell, Eno and Holland

 

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JJ

l feel your pain JJ.

I ordered a Nick Drake cd from the UK back in February. After several emails back and forth, they only initiated a refund early September.

Anyway it turned up last week,

(nearly 8 months in transit) in a Aus Post plastic bag with a label on it saying this is how it arrived in Australia. It was a didgipak and absolutely soaked. I think it must have been at the bottom of the ship's bilge.  When l opened it up the cd was snapped in 3 places.  Had a bit of a chuckle over that one.

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On 04/10/2020 at 10:08 AM, April Snow said:

So true it is frustrating right now - sellers from Germany and Spain are refusing to post right now as postage is not available - but had no trouble with other countries apart from the longer wait *sigh*

 

The frustration April is finding that fine line between: Is it delayed, or is it lost. Personally, l have been refunded on 1 and on 2 others they have sent a 2nd copy. None of the afore mentioned have turned up, except a a Nick Drake cd which l have just posted that conundrum in a response to JJ. l am only ordering from Amazon now, till things improve. Wasn't a fan, but they have been brilliant in the last couple of months.

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10 hours ago, scuzzii said:

Next up, Patrick Watson. 

 

Pretty sure this was a recommendation from @needlerunner

 

Great album and sq. Needed a good clean though as paper inners were used.  

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T'was me indeed John.

It is on my list (getting longer by the day) of a must get. Not going to buy any more music this month and maybe next. The bank account has taken a hammering of late. So far l have not succumbed. But l still have 7 or 8 still to arrive via the dreaded Covid Postal Service, so that will have to suffice.

Cheers.

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56 minutes ago, needlerunner said:

Thanks Keith. You have nailed it (me) exactly.

 

Country music mate, rather poke my eyes out with a burnt stick. Up there with my other 3 no's; death metal, rap and R & B.

Having said that, l did flirt briefly with alt country. Did like the album Strangers Almanac by Whiskytown which l have and l don't mind Lucinda Williams and l listened to a lot of Wilco 20 years ago. So if this is defined as Country... than guilty as charged m'lord. But can't stand Country and Western. But to each their own.

 

Currently listening to Roger Water's

Us + Them (Live in Amsterdam) on Spotify. Prog is my speed these days. He might be a sad old bastard. But he is a brilliant sad old bastard.

Ah, Ken, there’s no explaining poor taste in music I guess!? I don’t own too many death metal or rap albums either, but I appreciate that those genres have a huge following and there must be something happening there that’s pretty appealing.

I can’t imagine my music without country music because it feels real and in all honesty, that’s my choice anyway and although I might not listen to another genre of music, I won’t bag it just because it’s not for me.

 

Cheers,

 

Keith

 

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Another unusual sample album 

Sample tracks are great but the application is a little quirky 

 

Artist - Koichi Oki ‎

Title - Yamaha Superstar

 

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37 minutes ago, needlerunner said:

The frustration April is finding that fine line between: Is it delayed, or is it lost. Personally, l have been refunded on 1 and on 2 others they have sent a 2nd copy. None of the afore mentioned have turned up, except a a Nick Drake cd which l have just posted that conundrum in a response to JJ. l am only ordering from Amazon now, till things improve. Wasn't a fan, but they have been brilliant in the last couple of months.

Yes Amazon are pretty good right now as they use mainly Fed Ex & DHL if ordering from US - I have quite a few things coming from UK that are not available anywhere else so hopefully as I have paid for registered and tracking they will get priority. I believe Australia Post will give preference over those parcels. It is about time though they got the world moving a little with deliveries to be honest, after all the shipping is not cheap either. 

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32 minutes ago, April Snow said:

Madonna 

Erotica

Europe

1992

?

 

I have the same pressing - coupla banger tracks on this.

My fave of hers (I know you'll disagree being a rusted-on fan girl) ;) 

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It looks like can’t escape from Soundtracks, they are everywhere in my collection.

 

Saturday night fever, never watched the movie and no too fan of disco but this is a British pressing and sounds amazing 

 

 

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Hi All,

 

The Flaming Lips, Once Beyond Hopelessness, Soundtrack from their odd movie, Christmas On Mars

 

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A little Motown sound after lunch to help digestion!? Read somewhere that after this was released, he abondoned the Motown formula and recorded the landmark "What's Going On".

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1 hour ago, hlov said:

It looks like can’t escape from Soundtracks, they are everywhere in my collection.

 

Saturday night fever, never watched the movie and no too fan of disco but this is a British pressing and sounds amazing 

 

 

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My favourite LP when I'm on the treadmill ?

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