thank DIB -i have a couple of them on my watch list now i may habe to pay £6-8 for near mint copy but i love his laid back sound and now and now and then he fires a fast hard hitting one at you. i love mama dont, need that on vinyl.
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And deadly for 12000 years is Carbon 14
sterophonics-you gotta go there to come back
my near mint vinyl copy has just gave the cd copy i have the biggest beating ive ever heard to the point that i may never listen to the cd again
Madama Butterfly - With Pavarotti and Freni.
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Uriah Heep "very eavy very umble"
Yesterday's afternoon session:
I-Roy Crisis Time
Various: We are Getting Bad - The Sound of Phase One
Josef K - Young and Stupid/Endless Soul
Various: Black Slavery Days/The Sounds of Saint Annes
Count Basie - Basie
James Brown - Soul on Top
Various: Angola Soundtrack
Aloe Blacc - Good Things
Various: Good God/Born Again Funk
Pink Floyd- Dark side of the moon, then some Mozart!
Good god I'm feeling old. I went to see these in 1972, backed by Paladin and Sha Na Na, at Manchester Free Trade Hall.
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Speakers: Epos Elan 30
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Various bits of wire supplied by Mark Grant and Van Damme
I genuinely like "Neither Fish Nor Flesh"
and think it is far superior to his first album.
Seriously, check it out, you might be surprised.
It is a little pretentious, but has some great tunes, particularly "I Have Faith In These Desolate Times" and "To Know Someone Deeply Is To Know Someone Softly"
Got my copy at a car boot for 50p, so if you see it for that price, why not try it.
And they're always in great condition, because nobody ever played them.
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Mr.love & justice by Billy Bragg.
Good god I'm feeling old. I went to see these in 1972, backed by Paladin and Sha Na Na, at Manchester Free Trade Hall..
I managed to seee Paladin in the early 70s but not anywhere as big as MFTH. Did the drummer do a solo using the stage as well as drums or was that a different band.Also seen Sha Na Na, Have you seen any of the 3 bands I've played tonight,all off 180gr vinyl. Lynyrd Skynyrd "Second Helping" Thin Lizzy "Jailbreak" And Supertramp "Breakfast In America"
`Christmas Album` - Andy Williams
Lost Angeles:I managed to seee Paladin in the early 70s but not anywhere as big as MFTH. Did the drummer do a solo using the stage as well as drums or was that a different band.Also seen Sha Na Na, Have you seen any of the 3 bands I've played tonight,all off 180gr vinyl. Lynyrd Skynyrd "Second Helping" Thin Lizzy "Jailbreak" And Supertramp "Breakfast In America"
Never been a big fan of Lynyrd Skynyrd or Supertramp so never been to see them live. Funnily enough as I've got older a lot of the well known Supertramp singles have really grown on me.
In my heyday of regular gigging Thin Lizzy are the one band that I never went to see live that I deeply regret to this day. I was always a massive fan of the band but due to various circumstances I never got to see them live though there were umpteen opportunities.
Top, top band.
Going back to the Paladin gig, I'm afraid it's so long ago that I can't remember anything about it. However last year I was listening to Stuart Maconie's Freak Zone on 6 Music and he played a track by Paladin "Give Me Your Hand" off their Charge album. It was really good, so much so that I bought the CD. It's rather good, definitely of it's time but that's what I like anyway.
Time for a re-assessment then methinks. I'll give it a spin on Spotify later, see what i reckon now.
"You can't exchange a six inch band for all the poisoned streams in Cumberland."
Especially for LA.....
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