The past couple days we have been doing a lot of listening, artists include: Kenny Rogers Willie Nelson, Lonnie Donigan, Everly Brothers, Barbara Courtney-King, Steve Gibbons, Peter Gabtiel and Simply Red. I have also dipped into Tom Waits, Jeff Beck and some of my Church Organ recordings, thats a lot of listening, cant get enough of it . . .
Better days are coming.
Country of origin - England
Sgt.Pepper - The Beatles
Abbey Road - The Beatles
David Oistrakh - Brahms Violin Concerto
Why Are People Grudgeful? EP - The Fall
The Tennessee Fire - My Morning Jacket
Unhalfbricking - Fairport Convention.
Nat King Cole & Orchestra
Backtrackin - Eric Clapton
Pinups - David Bowie
More Sgt.Pepper and Abbey Road, followed by:
Jehovahkill - Julian Cope
Velvet Underground's 3rd LP
And assorted 12 & 7inch singles:
This Is England - The Clash. Their last great moment?
The Sun Always Shines On TV - A-ha
Picadilly Palare - Morrissey.
Play Dead - Bjork
Plaything - Plone
Far Post - Robert Plant
The Beatles RSD 7inch box set
Music For Boys - Pet Shop Boys
I've been on a bit of a vinyl binge over the last couple of weeks, I got the Beatles box set + the below, at least it is now Christmas so I can get round to listening to it all -
Current spinners on my system are;
Steve Hackett - Spectral Mornings
New Order - Low Life
Marvin Gaye - What's Going On
Can't get enough of the black stuff ..!
This afternoon, got to be Phil Spector's Christmas Album.
Sounds just like it did when I bought it all those years ago.
Darlene Love's voice is just fantastic with all those drums and orchestration making a great sound.
Pity it was done in the days of Mono, but still a great sound on vinyl.
Remember the Beatles & Phil Spector's motto "Back to Mono"!!!!!!
Whilst everyone else is in the room next door I am rocking out to the vinyl I got today
The Rolling Stones - Beggars Banquet
The White Stripes - Elephant
Jack White -Blunderbuss
Just got this as a Christmas present
on Snowflake vinyl.Rehearsal session from Band of Gypsies Jimi Hendrix Merry Christmas And Happy new Year
A new 200g copy of King Crimson "In The Court Of The Crimson King" from the original master tape.