Har You Purcussion band
Billy Martin Strawberry Soul
Jabula & South African Freedom SIngers - Apartheid No!
Boy this still sounds good all these years later...
WOW just found this.The Landau Orchestra via Spotify,loving it,proper lights down drink in hand hi-fi music!
Errrrr I presume this is off vinyl and not Spotify.
To DIB I think all The Who albums are brilliant off vinyl.
Country of origin - England not United Kingdom.
Hi Lost Angels,no im listening via Spotify,it sounds amazing!its the Janus Plays Telephone,im going to a record fair next week will have a look for some black wax,do you know anything about them?
Errrrrr im stuuupid! What vinyl are you listening to? sorry guys wrong thread.
I was listening to Ingognito- Transatlantic rpm earlier on vinyl-brilliant,although not the best pressing.
Not played this double LP in absolutely years and years, well here goes...
The recent John Lennon CD reisues has prompted me to play my J.L vinyl.
Tonights listening has been "John Lennon Plastic Ono Band", followed by "Walls & Bridges".
I will not be getting all the CD's, only "Mind Games", as my second hand vinyl copy is knacked.
All the others were bought new, and sound excellent.
LP 1 - JLH solo, LP 2 - JLH & Canned Heat. Cracking double from the 70's...
Ooh, that looks interesting! That's going on the 'one to look out for' list!
(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).
So, a good buy for £13 then? I'll have to pick up a copy myself. It was from HMV, if anyone else is interested.
Yep, more than happy
Took a couple of weeks to dispatch but worth the wait. I'm hoping to upgrade the stylus to a Blue at the end of the month, and if what I've read about the Blue, this album will sound sublime.
I've got that one. Charley Records brought out some really good R & B/Blues LP's in the 70's and 80's. I've got a few by JLH, Jimmy Reed, & T-Bone Walker.
Unfortunately, they didn't own the rights or something like that and so were closed down.
However, that particular LP is a great place to start with the Hook and has really good versions of his most famous songs such as "Dimples", "Boom Boom" etc.