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Afro-Beat Airways -- double Lp by Analogue Africa , excellent stuff !


I have a number of albums on this label - whenever a new one comes out, it's a must.

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Just a heads up to any Muddy Waters fans out there. I've just bought his classic "Folk Singer" album on lovely thick 180gm vinyl, new, off Ebay for £12.50 + P&P.  BIN price is £15 but looking at the feedback offers have been accepted as low as £11.00.

 

If you like the blues then you could do worse.

 

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Picked this up for £2. Hardly a pop or crackle to be heard, in great condition.

 

And it sounds bloody good too..

 

 

I remember borrowing this from the library many, many years ago and making a C60 cassette tape of it.

 

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Another one picked up recently. I'd never heard it before, but liking both of the artists a great deal thought I'd take a punt and see how it went.

What a pleasant surprise, I'm really enjoying it. Recorded in 1976, and produced by Glyn Johns, the session musicians in tow is like a Who's Who of 70's British rock.. Clapton, Watts, Entwistle, Rabbit and a few more.

 

The title sums it up, but its bloody good..

 

 

At £3 its a bargain!  Good nick too.

 

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Arrived today, brand new from HMV - only £8.99.

 

Can't wait to get it on..

 

 

 

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Country of origin - England not United Kingdom.

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Raw blues.

 

 

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Verdi - La Traviata

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Bretts can you get a larger foatie of the Puccini Tosca. I know its a Deutsche Grammophon issue cos i recognise their motif but i cant quite read it , lol.

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floyd droid:Bretts can you get a larger foatie of the Puccini Tosca. I know its a Deutsche Grammophon issue cos i recognise their motif but i cant quite read it , lol.


Smile Yeah, soz 'bout that.


I listened to the whole thing and I gotta say, i'm really getting the whole opera thing now. When they hit those prolonged high notes, i'm goosebump boy.


If you're into opera, FD, what's your fave?

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Dont really have a favourite bretts to be honest. Yup the goosebumps can hit big time. A couple of months ago i was near Saltzburg, and went to a couple of shows. One was The Barber of Seville, the young lass who sang Rosinas part was hitting notes i thought impossible. Dunno about goosebumps, the hairs on the back of my neck were giving it some anaw.

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floyd droid:

 

Dont really have a favourite bretts to be honest. Yup the goosebumps can hit big time. A couple of months ago i was near Saltzburg, and went to a couple of shows. One was The Barber of Seville, the young lass who sang Rosinas part was hitting notes i thought impossible. Dunno about goosebumps, the hairs on the back of my neck were giving it some anaw.

The Barber Of Seville that I have, with Callas, is my favourite of the three operas that i've heard.

I want 'Grace' on vinyl, but don't fancy the prices that i've seen the originals go for. I bet 'Hallelujah' sounds amazing. Is yours an original, or the remastered re-issue? 

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