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    Lucifer's Friend, Same, 1970, Billingsgate USA, BG 1002, RI 1973

    They had international format. The most experienced German Progrock group.
    John Lawton, Peter Hesslein, Joachim Rietenbach, Dieter Horns, Peter Hecht.
    Produced by the Rattles' Herbert...
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    Mythos, Same, 1972, Ohr Germany, OMM 556019

    Macht das Ohr auf: here comes German Progrock. Pruduced by Dieter Dierks, Stommeln.
    Brings back memories. Big fun.
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    Ertlif, Same, 1972, Black Rills Switzerland, BRR 9201, RI 1992

    Psychedelic progressive rock from Basel.
    Ertlif: the Swiss "Procol Harum"
    He was their formidable vocalist from London: Richard John Rusinski...
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    The Sound of Vinyl?

    The download codes added to the vinyl LPs: Is it really the sound of vinyl?

    They can't fool me.
  5. Lyrics we misunderstand

    Why we listen to music with lyrics we (German speaking listeners) misunderstand: https://stacker.com/stories/3387/lyrics-50-famously-misunderstood-songs-explained

    "Scuse me while i kiss this...
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    Alan Parsons/Eric Woolfson, Freudiana, 1990, EMI Germany, 79 54151

    Yesterday in Munich at "High End"-Messe.
    Today brought down to earth into Hifi-reality.
    On May 21 Alan Parsons will be Special Guest in Munich:...
  7. Can, Live in Stuttgart 1975, 2021, Spoon UK, SPOON 63, 3 LP

    Why we listen to music without lyrics we don't understand.
  8. Romance

    Tell about your experience with Romance languages! Which is the most romantic language?
    In Switzerland we have 4 national languages: German, Italian, French and Romantsch. According to surveys,...
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    Jimmy Smith, '75, 1975, Metronome Germany, MLP 15 924

    The magic of conceptual jazz art by Laurence "Blinky" Walden: https://bobbyraybassface.weebly.com/jazz-art-by-walden.html
    Big organ grinding fun plus a fantastic guitar job by Ray Crawford.
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    Betty Wright, Wright Back At You, 1983, Epic England, EPC 25358

    Powerwoman!
    (But this one is one of the weakest productions, by Marlon Jackson) Typically for the 80ies mainstream pop. Too bad.
    Deep respect for Betty Wright, nonetheless.
    For compensation listen...
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    Chico Hablas, Events, 1986, Mercury Germany, 826 148 1Q

    A typical product of the 80ies: a little bit of Jazz, a little bit of Latin, a little bit of New Age, a little bit of Soundtracksound, a little bit of Yello and AN OVERDOSE of synthesizers. Drum...
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    Fanny, Mothers Pride, 1973, Reprise Germany, REP 44 233

    I have shown "Fanny" in February 2022 here: http://www.audioheritage.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?41491-Duchesses&p=440190&viewfull=1#post440190
    It's fun, indeed!
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    Barbara Thompson

    My (yesterday) link to a crispy solo by Barbara Thompson here: http://www.audioheritage.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?40580-Something-magic&p=440677&viewfull=1#post440677

    Best wishes from...
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    Mannfred Manns Earth Band, Roaring Silence, 1976, Bronze France, BRO 2018

    Wonderful (magical?) combination of Franz Schubert (the romantic pop star of the 19th century, (1797-1828)) and Chris Thompson (the most underrated vocalist!) with a little composition help by...
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    Bravo

    Bravo! From Switzerland: Fritz
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    Enestine Anderson, Never Make Your Move Too Soon, 1980, Concord USA, CJ 147

    That rich, warm, sultry, infinitely sensitive voice is the embodiment of Ernestine Anderson.
    Monty Alexander p, Ray Brown b, Frank Gant dr.
    The pace-changes in the album rollercoaster through...
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    Barbara Thompson's Paraphernalia, A Cry From The Heart, 1988, VeraBra, 21/22, 2LP

    Recorded live by Martyn Webster with the Pumacrest Mobile, 7. & 8. Nov. 1987, Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, London.
    Jon Hiseman dr, Phil Mulford b, Peter Lemer kb and striking guitar playing by...
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    Fallen Angels, It's A Long Way Down, 1968, Roulette Germany, HTSLP 340 056

    Cover art and music are very typical for underground psychedelic rock of the 60ies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yn8vglmGHn8
    Why is there Marilyn Manson shown on front cover art?
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    Millie Jackson, Live & Uncensored, 1985, Towerbell France, 406508, 2LP

    In these times today not political correct (anymore): we love to listen to the "**** U Symphony" A7.
    Very ****-ing fun...and a great performance by a fearless soul duchess. Accompanied by The...
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    Millie Jackson, Caught Up, 1974, Polydor England, 2391 147 SUPER

    Great voice accompanied by the adequate studio magicians at Muscle Shoals in Miami: Jimmy Johnson g, Barry Beckett kb, David Hood b, Roger Hawkins dr.
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    Champion Jack Dupree, The Woman Blues Of, 1961, Folkways USA, FS 3825

    Big surprise in a little beautiful thrift store in Schleitheim, near Schaffhausen, Switzerland:
    With original autograph card: "Best wishes from Champion Jack Dupree, of New Orleans, USA, 1963"....
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    Procol Harum, Same, 1967, Deram USA, DES 18008

    A mode of expansion of consciousness by hallucinogens resulted in surreal plays of words:
    Great music for many subsequent generations.

    A whiter shade of pale:
    "...If music be the food of love...
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    Dizzy Gillespie And Friends, Internationales Jazzfestival Bern, 1985, SBV Schweiz

    Recorded at International Jazz Festival Bern/Switzerland, May 9, 1982. Jon Faddis tp, Horace Parlan p, Michael Howell b-guit, Eddy Cherry g, Mickey Roker dr.
    Typical Dizzy-signature on front cover...
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    Animals, Greatest Hits Live!, 1984, IRS Holland, ILP 25937

    Lousy sound. Nearly inexistent drums! It's a pity because it was a zealous live performance by great musicians and an awesome celebration that December 31 1983 at Wembley Arena London.
    What...
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    Chris Farlowe & Thunderbirds, Buzz With The Fuzz, 1987, Decal England, LIK 16

    "Buzz With The Fuzz" was a Mod anthem in 1965. Unfortunately someone at EMI panicked when they realised what the song was about and the 45rpm record was withdrawn after two weeks. This gave it an...
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