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Re: Compile-an-Album
« Reply #2400 on: October 22, 2017, 05:02:52 PM »
Okay.....didn't plan it this way but had to list Boccherini on the previous one...

So me again...How about your latest purchase LP/CD/Download/ any format. And one song that impressed you the most.

1. Got this earlier this week on LP:
     a-ha...Unplugged - Take on me
https://youtu.be/-xKM3mGt2pE
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Shunyata - See No Evil; Hear No Evil

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Re: Compile-an-Album
« Reply #2401 on: October 22, 2017, 05:09:14 PM »
Can strongly recommend....brilliant recording
3LP or 2CD

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Re: Compile-an-Album
« Reply #2402 on: October 22, 2017, 06:47:33 PM »
Okay.....didn't plan it this way but had to list Boccherini on the previous one...

So me again...How about your latest purchase LP/CD/Download/ any format. And one song that impressed you the most.

1. Got this earlier this week on LP:
     a-ha...Unplugged - Take on me
https://youtu.be/-xKM3mGt2pE
2. Krokodil - Getting Up For The Morning, no specific track yet, itís proggy, bluesy, psych rock from the 70s never thought Iíd see a copy
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Re: Compile-an-Album
« Reply #2403 on: October 22, 2017, 08:42:49 PM »
Okay.....didn't plan it this way but had to list Boccherini on the previous one...

So me again...How about your latest purchase LP/CD/Download/ any format. And one song that impressed you the most.

1. Got this earlier this week on LP:
     a-ha...Unplugged - Take on me
https://youtu.be/-xKM3mGt2pE
2. Krokodil - Getting Up For The Morning, no specific track yet, itís proggy, bluesy, psych rock from the 70s never thought Iíd see a copy
3. Fokofpolisiekar - Selfmedikasie: FLVJ (1 St studio album in 11 years and incredible crowdfunding initiative)
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Re: Compile-an-Album
« Reply #2404 on: October 23, 2017, 07:52:29 AM »
Okay.....didn't plan it this way but had to list Boccherini on the previous one...

So me again...How about your latest purchase LP/CD/Download/ any format. And one song that impressed you the most.

1. Got this earlier this week on LP:
     a-ha...Unplugged - Take on me
https://youtu.be/-xKM3mGt2pE
2. Krokodil - Getting Up For The Morning, no specific track yet, itís proggy, bluesy, psych rock from the 70s never thought Iíd see a copy
3. Fokofpolisiekar - Selfmedikasie: FLVJ (1 St studio album in 11 years and incredible crowdfunding initiative)
4. Foo Fighters - Concrete and Gold (a lot more melodic that the usual FF, thanks to musical direction of Greg Kurstin); song-wise either "The Sky Is A Neighborhood" or "Happy Ever After"
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Re: Compile-an-Album
« Reply #2405 on: October 23, 2017, 08:54:21 PM »
Okay.....didn't plan it this way but had to list Boccherini on the previous one...

So me again...How about your latest purchase LP/CD/Download/ any format. And one song that impressed you the most.

1. Got this earlier this week on LP:
     a-ha...Unplugged - Take on me
https://youtu.be/-xKM3mGt2pE
2. Krokodil - Getting Up For The Morning, no specific track yet, itís proggy, bluesy, psych rock from the 70s never thought Iíd see a copy
3. Fokofpolisiekar - Selfmedikasie: FLVJ (1 St studio album in 11 years and incredible crowdfunding initiative)
4. Foo Fighters - Concrete and Gold (a lot more melodic that the usual FF, thanks to musical direction of Greg Kurstin); song-wise either "The Sky Is A Neighborhood" or "Happy Ever After"
5.Amon Duul II - Carnival in Babylon - again, don't really want to choose a track as the album as a whole is awesome, if pushed, side B last track (Hawknose Harlekin) mainly for the Hawkwind meets Pink Floyd vibe
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Re: Compile-an-Album
« Reply #2406 on: October 24, 2017, 02:04:43 AM »
Okay.....didn't plan it this way but had to list Boccherini on the previous one...

So me again...How about your latest purchase LP/CD/Download/ any format. And one song that impressed you the most.

1. Got this earlier this week on LP:
     a-ha...Unplugged - Take on me
https://youtu.be/-xKM3mGt2pE
2. Krokodil - Getting Up For The Morning, no specific track yet, itís proggy, bluesy, psych rock from the 70s never thought Iíd see a copy
3. Fokofpolisiekar - Selfmedikasie: FLVJ (1 St studio album in 11 years and incredible crowdfunding initiative)
4. Foo Fighters - Concrete and Gold (a lot more melodic that the usual FF, thanks to musical direction of Greg Kurstin); song-wise either "The Sky Is A Neighborhood" or "Happy Ever After"
5.Amon Duul II - Carnival in Babylon - again, don't really want to choose a track as the album as a whole is awesome, if pushed, side B last track (Hawknose Harlekin) mainly for the Hawkwind meets Pink Floyd vibe
6. Black Country Communion - BCCIV - Wntire album is top class, so I'll choose the latest music video release "Last Song For My Resting Place" - https://youtu.be/3QxwYWYzEis
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Re: Compile-an-Album
« Reply #2407 on: October 24, 2017, 07:16:22 PM »
Okay.....didn't plan it this way but had to list Boccherini on the previous one...

So me again...How about your latest purchase LP/CD/Download/ any format. And one song that impressed you the most.

1. Got this earlier this week on LP:
     a-ha...Unplugged - Take on me
https://youtu.be/-xKM3mGt2pE
2. Krokodil - Getting Up For The Morning, no specific track yet, itís proggy, bluesy, psych rock from the 70s never thought Iíd see a copy
3. Fokofpolisiekar - Selfmedikasie: FLVJ (1 St studio album in 11 years and incredible crowdfunding initiative)
4. Foo Fighters - Concrete and Gold (a lot more melodic that the usual FF, thanks to musical direction of Greg Kurstin); song-wise either "The Sky Is A Neighborhood" or "Happy Ever After"
5.Amon Duul II - Carnival in Babylon - again, don't really want to choose a track as the album as a whole is awesome, if pushed, side B last track (Hawknose Harlekin) mainly for the Hawkwind meets Pink Floyd vibe
6. Black Country Communion - BCCIV - Wntire album is top class, so I'll choose the latest music video release "Last Song For My Resting Place" - https://youtu.be/3QxwYWYzEis
7. Bob Dylan - It had to be You (Fallen Angels)
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Re: Compile-an-Album
« Reply #2408 on: October 28, 2017, 09:27:49 PM »
Okay.....didn't plan it this way but had to list Boccherini on the previous one...

So me again...How about your latest purchase LP/CD/Download/ any format. And one song that impressed you the most.

 Got this earlier this week on LP:
1. A-ha...Unplugged - Take on me  https://youtu.be/-xKM3mGt2pE
2. Krokodil - Getting Up For The Morning, no specific track yet, itís proggy, bluesy, psych rock from the 70s never thought Iíd see a copy
3. Fokofpolisiekar - Selfmedikasie: FLVJ (1 St studio album in 11 years and incredible crowdfunding initiative)
4. Foo Fighters - Concrete and Gold (a lot more melodic that the usual FF, thanks to musical direction of Greg Kurstin); song-wise either "The Sky Is A Neighborhood" or "Happy Ever After"
5.Amon Duul II - Carnival in Babylon - again, don't really want to choose a track as the album as a whole is awesome, if pushed, side B last track (Hawknose Harlekin) mainly for the Hawkwind meets Pink Floyd vibe
6. Black Country Communion - BCCIV - Wntire album is top class, so I'll choose the latest music video release "Last Song For My Resting Place" - https://youtu.be/3QxwYWYzEis
7. Bob Dylan - It had to be You (Fallen Angels)
8. Dusty Springfield - Gold
9. Uriah Heep - Celebration: 40 Years Of Rock
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Re: Compile-an-Album
« Reply #2409 on: October 29, 2017, 06:12:54 PM »
Okay.....didn't plan it this way but had to list Boccherini on the previous one...

So me again...How about your latest purchase LP/CD/Download/ any format. And one song that impressed you the most.

 Got this earlier this week on LP:
1. A-ha...Unplugged - Take on me  https://youtu.be/-xKM3mGt2pE
2. Krokodil - Getting Up For The Morning, no specific track yet, itís proggy, bluesy, psych rock from the 70s never thought Iíd see a copy
3. Fokofpolisiekar - Selfmedikasie: FLVJ (1 St studio album in 11 years and incredible crowdfunding initiative)
4. Foo Fighters - Concrete and Gold (a lot more melodic that the usual FF, thanks to musical direction of Greg Kurstin); song-wise either "The Sky Is A Neighborhood" or "Happy Ever After"
5.Amon Duul II - Carnival in Babylon - again, don't really want to choose a track as the album as a whole is awesome, if pushed, side B last track (Hawknose Harlekin) mainly for the Hawkwind meets Pink Floyd vibe
6. Black Country Communion - BCCIV - Wntire album is top class, so I'll choose the latest music video release "Last Song For My Resting Place" - https://youtu.be/3QxwYWYzEis
7. Bob Dylan - It had to be You (Fallen Angels)
8. Dusty Springfield - Gold
9. Uriah Heep - Celebration: 40 Years Of Rock
10. Electroshock Busking Tour - Help(Beatles Cover) Bought 2 CDs few weeks back from these Youngsters performing on the Bridge in Prague......Stunning!!!
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Shunyata - See No Evil; Hear No Evil

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Re: Compile-an-Album
« Reply #2410 on: October 31, 2017, 08:20:35 PM »
Okay.....didn't plan it this way but had to list Boccherini on the previous one...

So me again...How about your latest purchase LP/CD/Download/ any format. And one song that impressed you the most.

 Got this earlier this week on LP:
1. A-ha...Unplugged - Take on me  https://youtu.be/-xKM3mGt2pE
2. Krokodil - Getting Up For The Morning, no specific track yet, itís proggy, bluesy, psych rock from the 70s never thought Iíd see a copy
3. Fokofpolisiekar - Selfmedikasie: FLVJ (1 St studio album in 11 years and incredible crowdfunding initiative)
4. Foo Fighters - Concrete and Gold (a lot more melodic that the usual FF, thanks to musical direction of Greg Kurstin); song-wise either "The Sky Is A Neighborhood" or "Happy Ever After"
5.Amon Duul II - Carnival in Babylon - again, don't really want to choose a track as the album as a whole is awesome, if pushed, side B last track (Hawknose Harlekin) mainly for the Hawkwind meets Pink Floyd vibe
6. Black Country Communion - BCCIV - Wntire album is top class, so I'll choose the latest music video release "Last Song For My Resting Place" - https://youtu.be/3QxwYWYzEis
7. Bob Dylan - It had to be You (Fallen Angels)
8. Dusty Springfield - Gold
9. Uriah Heep - Celebration: 40 Years Of Rock
10. Electroshock Busking Tour - Help(Beatles Cover) Bought 2 CDs few weeks back from these Youngsters performing on the Bridge in Prague......Stunning!!!
11. Freedoms Children - Astra (for a track Iíd probably pick the amusingly censored ĎThe Kid, he Came from Hazarethí how ridiculous could censors be? Plus, the inner writing is in Githic form so the h looks like an n.  SA had a great kosmische band or two back in the day!
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Re: Compile-an-Album
« Reply #2411 on: November 13, 2017, 02:23:01 PM »
Okay.....didn't plan it this way but had to list Boccherini on the previous one...

So me again...How about your latest purchase LP/CD/Download/ any format. And one song that impressed you the most.

 Got this earlier this week on LP:
1. A-ha...Unplugged - Take on me  https://youtu.be/-xKM3mGt2pE
2. Krokodil - Getting Up For The Morning, no specific track yet, itís proggy, bluesy, psych rock from the 70s never thought Iíd see a copy
3. Fokofpolisiekar - Selfmedikasie: FLVJ (1 St studio album in 11 years and incredible crowdfunding initiative)
4. Foo Fighters - Concrete and Gold (a lot more melodic that the usual FF, thanks to musical direction of Greg Kurstin); song-wise either "The Sky Is A Neighborhood" or "Happy Ever After"
5.Amon Duul II - Carnival in Babylon - again, don't really want to choose a track as the album as a whole is awesome, if pushed, side B last track (Hawknose Harlekin) mainly for the Hawkwind meets Pink Floyd vibe
6. Black Country Communion - BCCIV - Wntire album is top class, so I'll choose the latest music video release "Last Song For My Resting Place" - https://youtu.be/3QxwYWYzEis
7. Bob Dylan - It had to be You (Fallen Angels)
8. Dusty Springfield - Gold
9. Uriah Heep - Celebration: 40 Years Of Rock
10. Electroshock Busking Tour - Help(Beatles Cover) Bought 2 CDs few weeks back from these Youngsters performing on the Bridge in Prague......Stunning!!!
11. Freedoms Children - Astra (for a track Iíd probably pick the amusingly censored ĎThe Kid, he Came from Hazarethí how ridiculous could censors be? Plus, the inner writing is in Githic form so the h looks like an n.  SA had a great kosmische band or two back in the day!
12. Supertramp - Crisis? What Crisis? (Sister Moonshine)
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Re: Compile-an-Album
« Reply #2412 on: November 13, 2017, 02:59:54 PM »
Okay.....didn't plan it this way but had to list Boccherini on the previous one...

So me again...How about your latest purchase LP/CD/Download/ any format. And one song that impressed you the most.

 Got this earlier this week on LP:
1. A-ha...Unplugged - Take on me  https://youtu.be/-xKM3mGt2pE
2. Krokodil - Getting Up For The Morning, no specific track yet, itís proggy, bluesy, psych rock from the 70s never thought Iíd see a copy
3. Fokofpolisiekar - Selfmedikasie: FLVJ (1 St studio album in 11 years and incredible crowdfunding initiative)
4. Foo Fighters - Concrete and Gold (a lot more melodic that the usual FF, thanks to musical direction of Greg Kurstin); song-wise either "The Sky Is A Neighborhood" or "Happy Ever After"
5.Amon Duul II - Carnival in Babylon - again, don't really want to choose a track as the album as a whole is awesome, if pushed, side B last track (Hawknose Harlekin) mainly for the Hawkwind meets Pink Floyd vibe
6. Black Country Communion - BCCIV - Wntire album is top class, so I'll choose the latest music video release "Last Song For My Resting Place" - https://youtu.be/3QxwYWYzEis
7. Bob Dylan - It had to be You (Fallen Angels)
8. Dusty Springfield - Gold
9. Uriah Heep - Celebration: 40 Years Of Rock
10. Electroshock Busking Tour - Help(Beatles Cover) Bought 2 CDs few weeks back from these Youngsters performing on the Bridge in Prague......Stunning!!!
11. Freedoms Children - Astra (for a track Iíd probably pick the amusingly censored ĎThe Kid, he Came from Hazarethí how ridiculous could censors be? Plus, the inner writing is in Githic form so the h looks like an n.  SA had a great kosmische band or two back in the day!
12. Supertramp - Crisis? What Crisis? (Sister Moonshine)
13. Rework - October Love Song (a Chris and Cosey cover) on 'Fall Right Now', it was in a bin of dance 12" singles which usually are quite dire, saw the CC song and tried the double album.  First track, OK (pretty house), then the rest of the first half is gorgeous dark wave pop.  All for R90 a double.
14. LKJ - Sonny's Letter (greatest hits comp) - bought the greatest hits to get this on vinyl.  Excellent track
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