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Ingvar Ahlberg:
So, as I'm a quite lousy guitarplayer i didn't fit in the bands my friends started in the mid 70:s
My job was to build the speakers and the guitaramps, still do. But i do that only because Music
is one of the most important things in my Life, it started with Wine women and Music, since  I'm
married  for 25 years the women got changed to wife, which leaves a lot of time for the Music, wine
i compatible with all activities, this will be a long and Winding road through some of my favourite discs.

This maybee should be posted somewhere else but i don't want to bee seen  in the  Company of
CD/DVD and such stuff, if posted in the wrong Place, please,  moderators,  put this where it should
be.

I'm here to ramble on about records that are important to me, 99,678% will be on vinyl, some
You all know, some pretty obscure, You will see that there are a few hundred records that
 i Think are  "the best record ever made", it actually is, at that moment when You listen to
it.

Starting with one of the great producers, T-Bone Burnett, once member of Dylans  "Rolling
thunder revue", his record from 1986, named T-Bone Burnett, absolutely fabulous acoustic
rockŽn roll, he did not produce himself, Billy Swan (I can Help) did! get this record and
play it loud, extremely well recorded and an upright bass that is astonishing.

Ingvar

XL1000:
I can immediately see your input is going to be held in high regard Sir.
I look forward with much interest to your passionate posts.
Just got a TT on loan after 23 year absents and it is a truly wonderful feeling to gently drop the needle to the vinyl and let the music caress the auditory senses.
Post some more, and then post again kind Sir!

Ingvar Ahlberg:
Thank You, honestly I'm feel a bit embarrassed by the welcomes I've received on this forum,
the tone of speech here is heartwarming, I'm Active on many foras around the cyberworld
but this must be the nicest Place i ever stumbled into, thank You Stu! For making me look this Place
up and for making the day up here in the vicinity of the Northpole a lot better with Your mails!

So second out in this never ending thread, One of those one hit wonders, or at least only one record made, Fairground
Attraction, RCA 1988, First in a million kisses. One track, Perfect got to be a radio hit in northern Europe. The singer, Eddi Reader has a
voice made in heaven, or maybe in a very good pub somewhere, Simon Edwards plays GuitaroŽn, (mexican
acoustic bassguitar) Mark Nevin who wrote  the Music plays guitar and Roy Dodds hammers away on tiny drumsets
just as if it was on some fairground in east Essex, a nice summers day. Incredibly good record, extremely well recorded,
quite easy to find in second hand stores here, if You stumble over it, bring it home.

Ingvar (troublesome when You fail to spell Your own name?=

Rotten Johnny:
Keep them coming, from your first two choices I can see I'm going to enjoy this never-ending list of favourites. :2thumbs:

ghostinthemachine:

--- Quote from: Ingvar Ahlberg on February 16, 2014, 07:04:10 PM ---So second out in this never ending thread, One of those one hit wonders, or at least only one record made, Fairground
Attraction, RCA 1988, First in a million kisses. One track, Perfect got to be a radio hit in northern Europe. The singer, Eddi Reader has a
voice made in heaven, or maybe in a very good pub somewhere, Simon Edwards plays GuitaroŽn, (mexican
acoustic bassguitar) Mark Nevin who wrote  the Music plays guitar and Roy Dodds hammers away on tiny drumsets
just as if it was on some fairground in east Essex, a nice summers day. Incredibly good record, extremely well recorded,
quite easy to find in second hand stores here, if You stumble over it, bring it home.

--- End quote ---

Yes! Now you are talking. I have the CD and it is a great listen.  :2thumbs:

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