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The Grateful Dead 'Aoxomoxoa' (1969)

 

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Riding on the "Wild Wind" of last night's awesome concert with some vintage Queen.

 

Queen

Night at the Opera

1975

Australia - LP

 

Queen 

At the BBC

1995

US - CD

 

(Ride the Wild Wind - Innuendo - Queen)

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1 minute ago, April Snow said:

Riding on the "Wild Wind" of last night's awesome concert with some vintage Queen.

 

Queen

Night at the Opera

1975

Australia

 

(Ride the Wild Wind - Innuendo - Queen)

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Is the new singer Adam Lambert stamping his mark on established songs ?

How did he go 

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2 minutes ago, Full Range said:


 

Is the new singer Adam Lambert stamping his mark on established songs ?

How did he go 

I was not an Adam Lambert fan & nobody will or can ever replace Freddie but I totally understand now why Brian and Roger picked him  - he is dynamic and puts his own flavour on the tracks and it totally works and is respectful. Adam explained that he is also a mega Freddie fan and you get the feeling he is not even wanting to replace him but fully realises his role in the band. I wanted to go as I wanted to see Brian May on his Red Special and thought it was about time I did before one of us dies (LOL).

The show was incredible and whoever did the staging and effect is an artist in their own right, the show was a journey.

I loved hearing Brian perform Brighton Rock - it was unbelievable in a stadium setting.

I am glad I went  - even though I was skeptical as I am a Freddie Fan - it was perfectly executed.

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Nazareth 'Expect No Mercy' (1977)

 

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One of my favourites. Atlantic First Press.

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Post Sunday morning bike ride and following my wife’s selection

 

Pink! Beautiful Trauma

 

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41 minutes ago, giddyup1 said:

One of my favourites. Atlantic First Press.

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Wow, never seen one of these. How is the SQ?

 

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The Cure - The Head in the Door. Very nice Oz first pressing. Close to me is a classic and the video is really cool a bit claustrophobic :)

 

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Melody's Echo Chamber (2012)

 

A collaboration between Tame Impala's Kevin Parker and French artist Melody Prochet resulting in some blissful dream pop.

 

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Madonna

Human Nature

UK

12 inch Maxi

1995

 

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53 minutes ago, hlov said:

Wow, never seen one of these. How is the SQ?

 

Superb mate. I’ve played the cover off the cd and to me this sounds better 

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Mike Oldfield - Take 4 (EP) from 1978.

 

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Mike Oldfield - Magic Touch 12"

 

 

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Mike Oldfield - Flying Start 12".

 

Nice to see Mike and Kevin Ayers performing together. Imagine being Kevin when the superstar who was once your little weird bass player rings you up wanting you to perform vocals on his new single.

 

Mike copped a lot of sh*t for his music during the 80s.. Not me, I reckon it's great. This came from the 1987 "Islands" LP which was seriously underrated IMHO.

 

 

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Mike Oldfield - Earth Moving 12"

 

By far his most underrated album IMHO. Or maybe it's just me.

 

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4 hours ago, April Snow said:

Riding on the "Wild Wind" of last night's awesome concert with some vintage Queen.

 

Queen

Night at the Opera

1975

Australia - LP

 

Queen 

At the BBC

1995

US - CD

 

(Ride the Wild Wind - Innuendo - Queen)

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Good to know there is another Queen in your life April.  Now all you need to find now is another Prince.😇

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4 hours ago, Full Range said:


 

Is the new singer Adam Lambert stamping his mark on established songs ?

How did he go 

He is not bad actually, though he is not a patch on Freddy. I still choke at the debacle INXS turned into.

Not sure if any band l know of survived any lead singer replacement. Not even AC/DC imo.

The only one that comes to mind is Marillion. Love what both singers brought to the band. Calling that one a dead heat.

 

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Mike Oldfield - Innocent 12"

 

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Mike Oldfield - The Bell/Sentinel (12")

 

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Where is everyone today? Out buying toilet paper?

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On 15/02/2020 at 8:54 PM, TerryO said:

Last pick for the night.

 

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awesome album...one of the truly great recordings by Trevor Horn.

 

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47 minutes ago, TDK said:

Where is everyone today? Out buying toilet paper?


How about a double to make up for it 😎

 

Felt like some Santana after lunch 

So I started off with 


Abraxas 

And followed that album up with 

Caravanserai 


 

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59 minutes ago, TDK said:

Where is everyone today? Out buying toilet paper?

Ummmmm from what I have read they are out buying Hand Sanitiser ........

 

out of stock everywhere -

 

 

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