The whole thing plodded along lurching from side-to-side until it finally expired.
Disappointing, both in terms of the tracks and the album's overall sound quality. My ears were fatigued after the first two tracks. I stuck it out for the whole LP but had to wind the treble down. It's odd, because I had the opposite issue with their previous album and had to boost the treble.
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Jim-W wrote:John Cameron! Wow! I've got one of his records: The John Cameron Quartet-'Off Centre.' Great British jazz and he's a wonderful pianist. I think I remember reading he did film soundtracks. Nice one.
John Cameron! Wow! I've got one of his records: The John Cameron Quartet-'Off Centre.' Great British jazz and he's a wonderful pianist. I think I remember reading he did film soundtracks. Nice one.
It's an amazing soundtrack Jim, and copies aren't cheap, but definitely worth having.
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Got The Feelin' - The Dave Pike Set (oh man, that bass guitar sounds goood)
Well that youtube clip was certainly interesting. Very atmospheric. Nothing like his jazz records! I'll look out for a copy. Cheers.
My Bloody Valentine-'isn't anything.'
John Coltrane-'Africa Brass.'
Fairport Convention-'What We Did On Our Holidays,'
Bloomfield-Kooper-Stills - Supersession (Columbia original LP, 1969)
This is an original USA copy on vinyl, red label, cover very solid, like only americans were able to do. The vinyl was well protected on a plastic bag, it is still near mint after all this years and all this play. I have bought it new in the USA in 1976 if memory serve me well!
The sound is fantastic, especially side one where the great Bloomfield is a giant of taste well supported by Kooper on an incredible organ.
I think the soundstage of this recording, and of many american recordings of that years, is really fantastic, they knows how to record a disc and there is no comparison, totally there isn't with the actual digital recordings.
I still have to hear a proper sounding electric guitar or organ recorded with digital equipment, then this is another story.
Great album, great listening experience.
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During the last few days and nights:
Now Is The Happiest Time Of Your Life - Daevid Allen
Little Red Record - Matching Mole
Dondestan - Robert Wyatt
Theme From Godfather et al - Al MArtino
Heartbreaker - Free
Vol 1-3 Bootleg Series - Bob Dylan
Over-Nite Sensation - Frank Zappa
Blood On The Tracks - Bob Dylan
World Peace Is None Of Your Business - Morrissey
Live In London - John Denver
Grave New World - Strawbs
All Around My Hat - Steeleye Span
Rise Up Like The Sun - The Albion Band
Bertie's Brochures - The Fatima Mansions
Charloe Jefferson, everything great but John Denver. What he has to do with all that great music?
MaxD wrote:Charloe Jefferson, everything great but John Denver. What he has to do with all that great music?
You know, maybe they like the music?
Not listened to any SAHB for ages, one of the GREAT live acts.
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DIB wrote: Not listened to any SAHB for ages, one of the GREAT live acts. .
Very much so. Saw them in '76, supporting The Who
Stereo units connected with wire
Orbital - Brown Album
Boards of Canada - Campfire Headphase
Moon - OST
Kate Bush - Never for Ever
Judie Tzuke - Ritmo
Orbital - Wonky
Pink Floyd - Division Bell
the KT88s are really really hot tonight
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Freddy58 wrote:DIB wrote: Not listened to any SAHB for ages, one of the GREAT live acts. .Very much so. Saw them in '76, supporting The Who
Now that Freddy is what you call a bill.
Very cheesy, but incredibly entertaining.