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Bob Dylan - John Wesley Harding

Released 1967

 

 

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Rustin Man ‎– Drift Code - lovely new album from ex Talk Talk bass player Paul Webb. English folk channelling some later Bowie and a bit of Syd Barret.

 

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Various, Rocka. EMI ‎ SCA 006, LP, Compilation Australia 1976.

From the stable of Albert's stellar artists. Hands down the best Oz rock compilation to be released in the mid 1970s, possibly the best for for the whole decade!

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Tracklist

A1 AC/DC High Voltage  
A2 John Paul Young I Hate The Music  
A3 Stevie Wright Guitar Band  
A4 The Angels Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again  
A5 Ted Mulry Gang Jump In My Car  
A6 Stevie Wright Black Eyed Bruiser  
A7 Marcus Hook Roll Band Can't Stand The Heat  
A8 AC/DC It's A Long Way To The Top  
B1 John Paul Young St. Louis  
B2 AC/DC Jailbreak  
B3 Ted Mulry Gang Crazy  
B4 Little River Band Everyday Of My Life  
B5 AC/DC She's Got Balls  
B6 Stevie Wright Evie (Part 1)  
B7 Marcus Hook Roll Band Quick Reaction  
B8 The Easybeats Good Times

 

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1 hour ago, jazzdog@groovemasters said:

Various, Rocka. EMI ‎ SCA 006, LP, Compilation Australia 1976.

From the stable of Albert's stellar artists. Hands down the best Oz rock compilation to be released in the mid 1970s, possibly the best for for the whole decade!

Rocka (Vinyl, LP, Compilation) album cover

       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
     

I have that LP......it is a beauty for sure. 👍

 

Unfortunately mine is currently in the 'needs flattening' section.😞

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A bit of late evening Devo......seminal album "Freedom Of Choice" Oz 1st pressing.

 

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33 minutes ago, stevoz said:

I have that LP......it is a beauty for sure. 👍

 

Unfortunately mine is currently in the 'needs flattening' section.😞

Bittersweet, at least you can flatten it, the previous owner of mine took it to some full on parties i'm guessing, but it plays ok, hard to find a copy in perfect condition.....

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Devo "Oh, No! It's DEVO" Oz 1st pressing.😁

 

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On 15/02/2020 at 9:12 AM, hired goon said:

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Stick Men - 20180311 Sono Centrum -- a sound board recording from 2018, from the Stick Men, wot includes Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto from King Crimson, plus Markus Reuter on guitar. Expect a lot of proggy technical music, including the occasional King Crimson number. Free lossless download from Bandcamp.

 

--Geoff 

Hi Geoff.

Had a listen to them on Spotify last night, having not heard the name before.  And most people know me by now that l am always chasing new prog. Their album Prog Noir is absolutely brilliant. Good guitar prog at its best. I'm hooked. I think they have 3 albums out. And l think l will be buying all of them if they are has great as Prog Noir. Will listen to another album tonight.

Thanks Geoff for posting them.

Brilliant. Cheers.

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Devo "Duty Now For The Future" Oz 1st pressing.

 

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After not being totally pleased with how producer Brian Eno made them sound in their classic debut "Are We Not Men?....." (I loved it!), they produced the follow up themselves to more accurately reflect their 'sonic vision'......and 'Clockout' had me excited on this albums release in '79.😎

 

 

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1 hour ago, mrbuzzardstubble said:

Jack Lancaster & Robin Lumley - Marscape.

 

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Totally stunning album that probably only a handful of people know about.

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Pop Will Eat Itself - Two Fingers My Friends.

A limited 2 disc set to coincide with P.W.E.I's tour of Australia. The first disc is Dos Dedos Mis Amigos. Below is the poster with the lineup for the tour.

 

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23 hours ago, Dilettanteque said:

 Minor Victories - Minor Victories

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I quite like the atmosphere of this release.  Band includes members of Slowdive, Mogwai. and Editors (the last of which I have never heard).  I thought the first two were trustworthy foundations for an enjoyable listening experience.   And so it seems. A brief visit to Wikipedia denotes them as a "supergroup".  Which i guess mans we won't see another release.....🤔

 

Had a listen to this online tonight, as l like all the artists involved, especially Editors.

 

Great listen mate. So much so. Ordered the cd from Amozon.

Only $13 and that was with shiping. So bargain. It has great haunting female lyrics, backed up with thrashing atmospheric guitar and a very tight rhythm section. Love it.

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2 minutes ago, needlerunner said:

Had a listen to this online tonight, as l like all the artists involved, especially Editors.

 

Great listen mate. So much so. Ordered the cd from Amozon.

Only $13 and that was with shiping. So bargain. It has great haunting female lyrics, backed up with thrashing atmospheric guitar and a very tight rhythm section. Love it.

yeah - not bad huh, in a reflective pop kinda way.  You may like School of Seven Bells (I have what I suspect to be an unreasonable liking of this band). At the heart of there last album is a bit of a sad story. But I do recommend a spin!

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Biosphere - Wireless

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An intriguing live performance which would have been quite an experience

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