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Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.

  1. djwhy60

    djwhy60 Rat Shack Groupie!

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    I always wore my hearing protection.....I may have bee young but not dumb.

    And you probably would be a bit surprised at what is in the "new" military aircraft.
     

     

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  2. avionic

    avionic " Black Knights " Subscriber

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  3. Delmarva

    Delmarva Lunatic Member

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  4. Space Ritual

    Space Ritual Super Member

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    Many a drunken camping trip with that album annoying everyone in the park in 1989:D
     
  5. Dave59

    Dave59 Well-Known Member

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    Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit

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  6. Encyc Brown

    Encyc Brown AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    I may be wrong on this one as going by memory. I believe this LP was produced by Roger Glover of Deep Purple when he decided to "spread his wings" and try a run at producing LP's. I think it worked for everybody.
     

     

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  7. 432HzBob

    432HzBob Addicted Member

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    :thumbsup: its the most i've turned up the volume in a long time this album :rockon: Some great riffs in here.
     
  8. Delmarva

    Delmarva Lunatic Member

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    Yes he did. And no glass jaw either apparently.
    Here he is in '73 training with Joe Bugner, a British boxer who once went toe to toe with Muhammed Ali.
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  9. Encyc Brown

    Encyc Brown AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Table 2.JPG table 3.JPG The Denon is my PD , but my Pioneer is my PL (PL115-D). She has been my constant for 41 years since I bought her brand new for a whopping $149.99 in 1977. This table is pretty special to me and currently spins the majority of my vinyl. I do have several tables, but this was my "first" and still is my comfort zone. She is not the "model" that is the Denon. However, this plain Jane has proven to be the most faithful, dependable and lovable of all my tables. Table 1.JPG
     
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  10. OnTheBlitz

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    Yes, I've used this before and will use it again when applicable ;)
     
  11. Encyc Brown

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    Hey, that guy on the right looks like.... Damn, better not go there LOL.
     

     

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  12. 432HzBob

    432HzBob Addicted Member

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    Headed out sunset bike ride.
    Went straight to Turbo Lover. This record has great live SQ.
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    and remember the free 12x24 fold out you get with double records?
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  14. OnTheBlitz

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    :rflmao::rflmao::rflmao::rflmao:
    He must have been a L!BT@RD !
     
  15. JRhoBurton

    JRhoBurton All roads lead to music Subscriber

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    Sure, let's do it please.
     
  16. Space Ritual

    Space Ritual Super Member

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    I've always wondered how much it cost in fuel for a training flight in one of those amazing jets. I remember back in the mid 80's in North Wales you would be in some remote valley in Snowdonia with nothing but the sound of sheep a la Pink Floyd when an RAF Tornado would come screaming through 50 feet above scaring the hell out of you
     
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  17. Delmarva

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    The other new purchase from today's Walmart visit.
    (I don't care what anyone says, I love Walmart)
    I might as well set this to repeat mode. It's some of the most intense metal ever recorded, and it just builds and builds during it's 24 minutes.
    My original press vinyl looms in the background and nods approvingly of the new remaster.

    Metallica ~ The $5.98 EP Garage Days Re-Revisited
    1987/re2018 Blackened BLCKND036R-3

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  18. Encyc Brown

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    Darn,
    The previous post I made tonight in regards to spinning the 1966 release of "the 50 guitars of tommy Garrett" is pretty sweet. Tommy Tedesco is quite the guitar player. I remember seeing his guitar lessons for years on the guitar magazines. This is my first spin with this LP. In March 2017, my oldest sister and brother in law stopped by while driving back home on a road trip. He had a box of vinyl for me. I guess, at 68, he is going through that "purge" phase and giving away stuff he doesn't use anymore. I really tried to talk him into keeping the vinyl and starting to spin it again (I really did! as I would preference that). However, he was adamant on he was going to get rid of them. So I accepted and am going through them all in alphabetical order to filter them into my collection. His tastes were different than mine (he was no rocker). I would not have liked his collection back in the day, but I sure do now that I have aged and can appreciate diversity. I will play anything on vinyl someone hands me today. So, this LP would not be something I would seek out, but it sure was a pleasant surprise. Yes, he did actually have ELP Trilogy in the mix. That was the first LP spun (see I do LOVE ELP!) However, the sleeper find were the 14 Neil Diamond Albums. Yes, I know Neil Diamond but actually listening to 14 albums opened my eyes as I really enjoyed that run.
     
  19. 432HzBob

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    Like the story. I got my 1st PL from an older guy just down the street bought it new 1977.
    Built a new plinth for it but the stock running gear is seemingly bulletproof and sounds good.
    But HOW do you keep it from skipping? They are touchy as a feather on wood floors.
    Had to build a shelf just for the PL 115 to stop needle bounce.
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  20. yeehayashi

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    A night to chill to Ole Blue Eyes

    This Is Sinatra!

    Found a pristine mono copy on my lp search last weekend. I am in hog heaven.

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