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From back when buying records wasn't so extortionate.

 

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An Opera House live recording from Joe Bonamassa.

 

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Hi All,

 

 Elbow, Dead In The Boot

 

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JJ

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On 26/11/2019 at 5:59 PM, hlov said:

The copy I got from Amazon wasn’t good, the record was warped so I got this one from my local shop. This sounds heaps much better.

It’s an amazing album, Herbie playing Joni 

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Nice Yamaha setup.

Is that a tube phono preamp on the side?

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1 hour ago, Willmax said:

Nice Yamaha setup.

Is that a tube phono preamp on the side?

Thanks mate. Yes, it's a Project tube box DS, it sounds very nice

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It’s time for a live album now 

I should have waited till midday to play it as it’s very hard rock and intense 

 

A story I heard back in the day is that no band ( even Status Quo ) wanted to follow Slade at festivals because they literally destroyed the audience with sound waves - that’s how loud they were 


Artist - Slade 

Title - Slade On Stage or SOS 

 

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Hi All,

 

Shaolin Afronauts, Quest Under Capricorn

 

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The Shaolin Afronauts are an Adelaide-based instrumental afrobeat band that is styled after Fela Kuti's Africa 70 band and Sun Ra. Their music incorporates elements of avant-garde jazz, soul and traditional African and Cuban percussive rhythms.

 

JJ

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I forgot to mention that 27 Nov is Jimi Hendrix birthday 

 

Will always be missed and would be 77 yo now 

 

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17 hours ago, awayward said:

An Opera House live recording from Joe Bonamassa.

 

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Joe grew up a few miles from my home...

 

I've seen several times... Playing with his father's band... At local field days...

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Hi All,

 

A recent purchase from @candyflip, Steely Dan, Can't Buy A Thrill

 

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JJ

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4 minutes ago, Janjuc said:

Hi All,

 

A recent purchase from @candyflip, Steely Dan, Can't Buy A Thrill

 

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JJ

You just bought a thrill !

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Hi All,

 

Gaucho, Steely Dan, a recent purchase from candyflip 

 

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2 hours ago, dirtmudd said:

You just bought a thrill !

I've had the thrill a while, but needed to reinvigorate it 😉

 

JJ

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Hi All,

 

And the third album I purchased from candyflip, Jethro Tull, Crest Of A Knave

 

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JJ

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Walter Trout's Battle Scars album spinning this arvo.

Mr Blues and Ballads has some great albums, and on this one most were written when he was facing death. Please Take Me Home is about wanting his wife to take him home to die.

While not his best album, this one shows the scars and Im glad hes still with us making music.

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Up next is a bit of Stevie Ray Vaughan, Soul to Soul. 

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I’ll be listening to a couple of locals now 

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Morning All,

 

Ambient 3 (Day Of Radiance)

 

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JJ

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Hi All,

 

Onto Flying Colors, Third Degree

 

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JJ

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This next album was made with a California sound to see if the band can crack the US market. This decision was made by some misguided record executive 

Although the tracks are very good  one can see the bands range as musicians 

Fans liked the album but reviewers did not as the content strayed away from its core genre 

 

Artist - Slade

Title - Nobody’s Fools 

 

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