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A special edition 180gram purple vinyl LP of a much loved classic album 

 

Every track is great 

 

Artist- Deep Purple 

Title - Machine Head

 

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Von Karajan - Mahler 9 Symphonie 

 

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Starting the day with a classic LVB - Symphonies 1-9

 

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Rank Strangers - Uluru on Larrikin label is by Australian bluegrass band, Rank Strangers. I've had this album for around 30 years and every song is great, but I particularly enjoy JFK and Alma Rose. 

Rank Strangers was made up of Garry Forrester [aka Eddie Rambeaux] vocals, Andrew Hook - Mandolin, Peter Sommerville - Banjo and vocals, Philomena Carroll - Bass, vocals and Gentleman Gerry Hale on fiddle. Gerry Hale here had a bluegrass band called Uncle Bill and in the early 2000s we would catch them live at several venues around Melbourne, four or five times a year. Gerry is a master of banjo and violin and with either of those instruments playing then I'm hooked. Rank Strangers' recordings aren't that easy to come by these days, but if you're a fan of bluegrass, you could probably track down Uncle Bill on CD, but not on vinyl unfortunately.

 

 

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long day of listening yesterday...  feeling it today

 

in order of play

 

Leonard Cohen      (recent release, gentle acoustics around his voice)

Robert Foster    (great ballad style album from Aussie rocker)

Matthew Halsall     (experimental, ambient jazz)

Medeski Martin and Wood      (similar to above, excellent for wide presentation of sounds)

Tony Allen    (the jazz drumming legend - amazing album)

Coleman Hawkins   (What a line up - true jazz icons)

Michael Kiwanuka    (latest from this talented UK singer - a must listen album)

Ryan Downey       (strong ballads - his voice is very much Orbison)

Charles Mingus     (legend album)

Bill Evans Trio     (recent one step pressing which is brilliant)

Gil Scott-Heron      (one of my favs in my 20's - great consciousness album with excellent SQ)

Vanessa Fernandez      (great versions of famous songs -  up there with the best SQ)

Nothing But Thieves         (great grunge music)

John Lewis and Sacha Distel       (my favourite Jazz album)

Talented Mr Ripley    (this soundtrack and movie got me into Jazz)…..   in fact, fell asleep watching this last night after a day of listening to music and drinking wine

 

 

 

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You could've tossed one country [ish] album in there John @scuzzii:lol: Do you like 'Thanks For The Dance'?

 

Cheers,

 

Keith

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8 minutes ago, cheekyboy said:

You could've tossed one country [ish] album in there John @scuzzii:lol: Do you like 'Thanks For The Dance'?

 

Cheers,

 

Keith

 

 

I almost played Gillian Welch and Rodney Crowell - but the wine affected my decision making ability towards the end.....

 

Really enjoyed it on 1st spin.

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Morning All,

 

Starting with Brian Eno, Before and After Science

 

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JJ

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Spent the morning exploring Pearl Jam concerts on my trial of nugs.net - some cool concerts - and then finally opened Ummagumma... I forgot how much I like this album. I loved it as a kid (probably ruined dad’s copy).

 

 

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15 minutes ago, Janjuc said:

Morning All,

 

Starting with Brian Eno, Before and After Science

 

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JJ


A bloody great record along with Another Green World 

 

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11 minutes ago, Full Range said:


A bloody great record along with Another Green World 

 

Not forgetting "Here Come the warm Jets", and "Taking Tiger Mountain ( by strategy)" as IMO equally being masterpieces, all 4 being some of Eno's best work &  essential listening.  

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29 minutes ago, stereo coffee said:

Not forgetting "Here Come the warm Jets", and "Taking Tiger Mountain ( by strategy)" as IMO equally being masterpieces, all 4 being some of Eno's best work &  essential listening.  


Fully agree with that statement 👌 

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Hi All,

 

Oliver Mellano and Brendan Perry, No Land

 

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JJ

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Madonna

Ray of Light

German Pressing

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Elton John 'Blue Moves' (1976)

 

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Love this album, and Bob in general. Dad definitely had this cranked many a time as a kid (to my mother’s disgust - to her he had long ago ‘sold out’). I love both eras of Dylan - To me (maybe not to you and that’s fine), it’s the last great Bob Dylan album (He still had other very good albums after this - just not great). Totally worth the money and the opportunity cost of having five other awesome albums.

 

 

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Michael O'Shea SELF TITLED - Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered, Special Edition, Clear Vinyl

 

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One of my favourites .

 

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Hi All,

 

Bill Bruford, Gradually Going Tornado, an album with influences from King Crimson, Yes at times, some Jazz Fusion. The tracks that stand out to me are Palewell Park, Gothic 17 and Plans For J.D.

 

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JJ

 

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1 hour ago, furtherpale said:

Love this album, and Bob in general. Dad definitely had this cranked many a time as a kid (to my mother’s disgust - to her he had long ago ‘sold out’). I love both eras of Dylan - To me (maybe not to you and that’s fine), it’s the last great Bob Dylan album (He still had other very good albums after this - just not great). Totally worth the money and the opportunity cost of having five other awesome albums.

 

 

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Can only imagine how good the one step sounds.  On my list.

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3 minutes ago, scuzzii said:

Can only imagine how good the one step sounds.  On my list.

It’s stunning - but be quick, there aren’t many new left around and after that the price skyrockets on these.

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Hi All,

 

The Clash, Live At Shea Stadium

 

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JJ

 

 

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The piano man Songs In the Attic 

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Hi All,

 

The Black Keys, Brothers

 

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JJ

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Etta James

Relaxing for a Sunday Arvo

One of my Favourite albums

Sounds delicious 

 

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