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this


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Grace Jones - Slave to the rythym Big Smile


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Fleetwood Mac - Rumours Big Smile


Both mint, cleaned and bought this morning for £10 combined Big Smile


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The 80's LP re-issue on Beggers Banquet Records knocks spots off the later CD which is full of so much filler it spoils the original album. "Dr.Sardonicus" next I reckon...

 

 

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True Blue:

Grace Jones - Slave to the rythym Big Smile

and

Fleetwood Mac - Rumours Big Smile

Both mint, cleaned and bought this morning for £10 combined Big Smile

I love my local record shop

Ooh, 'Slave to the rhythm'. I'm jealous.

'Rumours' sounds fantastic. Love that album. 

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Led Zeppelin - Latter Days, never fails to make me want to dance!

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Following the demise of Family, Roger Chapman and Charlie Whitney formed Streetwalkers in the 70's. They never pulled up many trees but were a decent enough live attraction. Roger Chapman's unique vocal style being very much of the "marmite" variety.  However, this live album from that mid 70's period is a pretty good effort...

 

 

 

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(If you're reading Bretty, it finally arrived on Saturday after a 2 week wait! Sounds pretty good - equivalent at least to what I'm getting thru the CDP (is that damning with faint praise? not sure). Noise floor is very low, that's for certain).

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Led Zeppelin  "Presence"
The Who  "Tommy"  Sounds brilliant.


 

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On original 70's vinyl, still sounding bloody powerful...

 

 

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DIRE STRAITS alchemy lp uk 10 track double live in gatefold sleeve ...       Alchemy Dire Straits live - currently listening to "Private investigations" 

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At the moment, Shellac 78s... does that count?

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fatboyslimfast:At the moment, Shellac 78s... does that count?


OK with me. I've played


 


Side one of Roy Harper as it needs a good clean and I'd ordered a half speed re-mastered version of Brothers In Arms which could not be supplied so I dug my original version out, it sounds like it needs a good clean to.



 

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UNKLE ,War Stories


Goinna move on to some Mastodon after this, Leviathan sounds bloody amazin on vinyl!

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