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  1. The Rutles, Same, 1978, WB USA, HS 3151

    The best Beatles-spoof by the Prefab Four: Dirk McQuickly, Ron Nasty, Stig O'Hara and Barry Wom. Great art work. Inside sleeve with fictional LP-advertisements of the fictional "Rutle" record label....
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    Eric Burdon & The Animals, Eric Is Here, 1967, MGM USA, SE-4433

    Released in USA only. The Animals are: Benny Golson and Horace Ott with their orchestras. On this one Eric Burdon is the Sinatra for the hippies. Listen to Randy Newman's "Mama told me not to come"...
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    Grapefruit, Around Grapefruit, 1968, Dunhill abc USA, 50050

    Psychedelic pop. Poppy psychedelia? The melodies and vocal harmonies are definitively psychedelopoppy. Fun!
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    Krokodil, An Invisible World Revealed, 1971, Krokodil Switzerland, KLP 01 2020, 2LP

    A strong comeback after 50 years. Swiss Krautrock.
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    Terry Reid, Seed Of Memory, 1976, ABC US, ABCD 935

    Produced by Graham Nash. David Lindley g/slide g/violin. Plas Johnson sax. Tim Weisberg flute.
    Horn section: Fred Wesley, Clifford Solomon, Blue Mitchell.
    Nice to remember those times.
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    Country?

    The album and band in question is not country or country rock! It's hot Santana-style...
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    Montana Band, Pop Music, ca. 1975?, Musidisc France, CV 1194

    A cheap "vocal" production. Anybody knows who are the musicians in this fantastic Santana tribute band?
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    Inga Rumpf, Universe Of Dreams 2LP, 2021, Edel Germany, 169 871

    Great. Simply great!
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    Fifty Foot Combo, Ghent-BXL, 2004, Drunkabilly EU, 480 496

    1A surf punkrock. Drunkabilly. Recorded in MONSTERPHONIC sound. This wine goes down well.
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    Blyth Power, The Barman And Other Stories, 1988, Midnight Music France, CHIME 036 S

    Lush fanciful folk-punkrock. You must love it.
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    Papa John Creach, Filthy!, 1972, RCA USA, FTR-1009

    The grooviest sounds coming from a violin? Listen to "Far out" B2.
    Filthy? Grunt!
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    Osibisa, Woyaya, 1971, MCA Italy, MAPS 5617

    The cover art by Roger Dean paired with Osibisa-ethno-jazzfunkrock: still a fascinating combination after 50 years.
    Good Italian pressing. Listen to Kirk's "Spirits up above":...
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    Better listen

    [QUOTE=Kay Pirinha;438455]Maybe you'd better have listened to Lee's 1974 In Flight album, especially to Freedom For the Stallion with that wonderful sax solo by Mel Collins?

    Yesss, this is...
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    Steve Marriott, Marriott, 1976, AM England, AMLH 64572

    Where is the soulful voice we used hear from Small Faces and Humble Pie.
    Except the voice, the whole LP is "erste Sahne".
    Listen to track 3 "Help me through the day" on British side.
    Listen to...
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    Alvin Lee, Let It Rock, 1978, Chrysalis Germany, 6307 644

    Drowned in a swamp of punk-overkill and lack of understanding.
    Listen to wonderful track A4 "Images shifting".
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    Strawbs, Grave New World, 1972, AM England, AMLH 68078

    Haptic progrock jewel. Blue Weaver replaced Rick Wakeman. Sadly not the best pressing.
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    Infrasteff, I'm Alive!, 1984, ZYTGLOGGE Switzerland, ZYT 249, 2LP

    This is the "Frank Zappa of Switzerland": "Infrasteff" Signer.
    Billy Cobham on 3 tracks, meeting those crazy Swiss cowgirls and cowboys...
    Look also here:...
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    BIM (aka R. Forbes), Thistles, 1978, Elektra Germany, ELK 52099

    This is the worst of vocals. Should be recorded by a competent singer once again...
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    Modern Jazz Quartet, More From The Last Concert, 1981, Atlantic US, SD 8806

    Valium-surrogate. Listen to "Tears from the children" A2.
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    Morrissey & Mullen, It's About Time, 1983, Beggars Banquet UK, BEGA 44

    Look here:http://www.audioheritage.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?2724-What-s-Playing-Now&p=438118&viewfull=1#post438118
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    Dick Morrissey, After Dark, 1983, Coda England, Coda 2

    Ex-"If" Dick Morrissey on top. Twin masterwork to Jim Mullen "Thumbs up" (see last post here). Jim Mullen guitar on 4 tracks. Listen to "March on" A2.
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    Jim Mullen, Thumbs up, 1983, Coda England, Coda 4

    Ex-Oblivion Express. Recorded "live" at Rockcity Sound Studios in Shepperton, Surrey, UK. Inspired guitar playing by a great musician. All winners no fillers. Listen to Stevie Wonders "As you read...
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    Charlie Watts

    The magic of a congenial drummer. The stones are not rolling any longer. RIP Charlie Watts
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4mGIWRWhf0
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    Lee Hazelwood & Nancy Sinatra, Some Velvet Morning, 1967, Reprise Germany, RA 0651

    Not an album, but a great psychedelic song: "Some velvet morning". Lee Hazlewood! It was made for eternity...
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    Bobbi Humphrey, Flute-In, 1972, Applause USA, APBL 2308

    Bobbi ringed - all those musicians followed: Billy Harper ts, Lee Morgan tp, Hank Jones p, George Duvivier b, Gordon Edwards b, Idris Muhammad dr, Jimmy Johnson dr, et al.
    Engineered by Rudy Van...
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