Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by spartanmanor, Feb 1, 2008.
Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 / Ye-Me-Le
Miles Davis - E.S.P.
(1965, Columbia) -1B/-1A machine stamped matrices
some great personnel: "Herb" Hancock, Ron Carter, Tony Williams, Wayne Shorter.
Really like this album. I still have my original '70 copy.
It's the only one of his I do like! It was all down hill after this one.
Norah Jones – Day Breaks. LP 2016
Just got it.
Humble Pie -- On To Victory --
Starland Vocal Band / Starland Vocal Band
Keith Richards - Talk Is Cheap
(1988, Virgin) STERLING in the deadwax; mastering by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound
recycled picture. with Waddy Watchell, Mick Taylor, Chuck Leavell, Bobby Keys, Ivan Neville, Sarah Dash, Bootsy Collins, Maceo Parker. Straightahead rock, and this record sounds better to me than a lot of the Stones 80s output.
Nektar - Remember the Future
Passport - 1974
You need this LP.
Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes
Eric Burdon and the Animals -- The Greatest Hits --
^^ one of my favorite "Best Of" records
Michael Bloomfield Live in 1964
This record has a date of 2011 on it and is a Russian import. Has some acoustic stuff on it, which is very hard to find Bloomfield playing that isn't electric. Also supposedly limited to 500 pressings. Excellent quality. There are still a few floating around for not too much money.
The best Bloomfield stuff is his live recordings. Most of his studio releases are a little disappointing, considering he was one of the best in his time. A lot of his most memorable recordings were released under organ player Barry Goldberg's band's name. Some don't even credit Bloomfield due to contractual difficulties.
Man – Be Good To Yourself At Least Once A Day
United Artists Records - 1972
Slow Magic - Triangle. LP 2012
Claude Bolling; Jean-Pierre Rampal / Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano
1980 CBS Masterworks
Half Speed Mastered.
Well, I must admit I bought it as much for the cover, Hi-Fi Fiedler RCA LM-2100 mono, Boston Pops Arthur Fiedler..Has the maestro on the cover with a couple industrial amps, and some scattered vacuum tubes...I gotta pick one up as Living Stereo, but I thought the mono would the original recording, but it is dated 1957, so expect it was done with the 3 track system documented so well....Fun recording either way..Always like William Tell, and Marche Slave, even for non "long hair " music fans..
Charlie Parker story pt#1, Verve MGV-8000 Nice collection of assorted standards and legendary players ..on a slightly ugly disc, that is only
made bearable by the GE rpx .1 stylus. The nasty background noise is hard to tune out but for the brilliant performance..
Chris Connor / I Miss You So
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