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    Vitesse, Live In Germany, 1982, Philips Holland, 6423 532

    "Would you buy a second-hand car from one of these guys?" (notice on front and back cover). Fantastic live recordings from this Dutch 3 musicians band. Great guitar playing by versatile German guitar...
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    Nighthawks, Open All Nite,1976, Adelphi USA, AD 4105

    Covid19-crisis all over the world. The painting by Edward Hopper stands for the "lockdown" and "social distancing". Also Switzerland now has to accept these 2 new anglicisms.
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    Van Dyke Parks, Discover America, 1972, Edsel UK, ED 210

    Listen to "Sailing shoes" B2 and "Riverboat" B3: Big wheel just a keep on turning...
    Liner notes on inner sleeve by VDP: "To find out if a record company is playing cricket, you may find it's...
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    Deborah Holland/Animal Logic, 1989, Virgin Germany, 209 928

    Songs written by Deborah Holland, vocals.
    Stewart Copeland, dr. Stanley Clarke, b. Guitars by Steve Howe, Pete Haycock and Michael Thompson.
    Listen to "I'm sorry baby" B5.
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    Cannonball Adderley, Live!, 1965, Capitol USA, SM 2399

    Listen to "The song my lady sings" B2. Joe Zawinul, p.
    Zawinuls long solo (over 4 minutes) stands alone here as one of the memorable piano statements in contemporary jazz (cit: back cover liner...
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    Elkie Brooks, Pearls, 1981, AM Holland, AMLH 20116

    A wonderful pearl: "Pearls" is a string of timeless classics. Listen to "Too busy thinking about my baby" B3, originally recorded by "The Temptations" in 1966.
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    McChurch Soundroom, Delusion, 1971, Ohrwaschl Records Germany, OWLP 014

    Swiss "Kult-Band" from Basel, Switzerland. Superb reissue 2019. Engineered 1971 by Conny Plank at Star Studios, Hamburg, for Pilz Records. Notice on inner foldcover: "The Hamburg police appears...
  8. Roy Wood, Introducing Eddie And The Falcons, 1974, UA USA, UALA 219G

    All songs written by Roy Wood, but you know them well from the 50ies and 60ies. Look here:https://youtu.be/fn00a9SG2fQ
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    Ian Matthews, Tigers Will Survive, 1971, Mercury USA, VEL 1010

    A wonderful a cappella rendition of the Crystals' classic, bolstered only by hand claps, brings a lightness and energy to this record: "Da Doo Ron Ron" A4. A fine one. Guitars on the other tracks by...
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    Pretenders, Same, 1979, Real England, RAL3

    This is one of the few debut LPs that went number 1 in the UK charts in the week of its release! Finest examples of infectious melodies and rhythms that the 80ies had to offer, due to the band's...
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    Which one is shallow?

    Didn't you recognize what i asked?
    Is the DVD movie shallow
    or
    Is the review shallow?
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    Rolling Stones, Blue & Lonesome, 2016, Polydor France, 571 494-4

    Tongue twisters. Still magical after all these years.
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    Who, Same, 2019, Polydor EU, 082 4975, 2 LP

    Magic buzz!
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    Rossington Collins Band, Anytime Anyplace Anywhere, 1980, MCA USA, MCA 5130

    Powerful vocals by Dale Krantz. Impressive. Plus fat Gibson Les Paul-sounds. Listen to "Prime Time" A1 and "Three times as bad" A2. Forgotten?
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    McGuinness Flint, Happy Birthday, Ruthy Baby, 1971, Capitol France, C062-80838

    Something unspectacular and sober for this Sunday morning. Produced and engineered by Glyn Johns. John Mumford, tr. Jimmy Jewell, sax. Nicky Hopkins, keyboard. Listen to "Friends of mine" B3.
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    Jaco Pastorius, Heavy'n Jazz, 1992, Jazzpoint Germany, JP 1036

    Earaches! Junk Jazz. Bireli Lagrene guitar.
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    You can't stand?

    Is David Bowie an artist/group you really can not stand? Why?
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    Polydor/Deutsche Grammophon

    Look here, because it is very interesting: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polydor
    Sch÷nen Abend noch!
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    James Last, Well Kept Secret, 1975, Polydor USA, PD 6040

    Agreed, an absolute lowlight of German culture. But also nearly every average Swiss family bought those dumb James Last albums in the 70ies! Also the Lps of The Les Humphries Singers. But there was...
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    Jack Johnson 1971, Original Soundtrack

    What about this one? http://www.audioheritage.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?2724-What-s-Playing-Now&p=398301&viewfull=1#post398301
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    Lalo Shifrin

    One of the best soundtracks IMHO. A mission possible for Lalo Shifrin: http://www.audioheritage.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?40612-With-a-little-help-from-Carol-Kaye&p=420861&viewfull=1#post420861
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    Red Norvo Trio, The Savoy Sessions, 1985, Savoy Germany, WL70540(2), 2LP

    Zing! Went the strings of my heart: found last week in the "Brockenhaus" for SFr. 4.90.
    Tal Farlow, guitars. Charles Mingus, bass. Recorded 1950/51 in Los Angeles and Chicago. The fascination of...
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    Zither

    In southern Germany and Switzerland the Zither was very ordinary in the first half of the 20th century. There stood a Zither nearly in every home. The popularity of this instrument is explainable...
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    Rod Stewart, Bring it on home to me/ You send me, 1974 from LP "Smiler"

    I know i laughed, when you left... I'll give you jewelry and money too... ha ha. What a lucky guy. Sing it again, Rod!
  25. Rod Stewart, Mine For Me, 1974 from LP "Smiler", Mercury Super De Luxe, England

    "It was just the result of another drunken night, i suppose. It's nice to write for someone like Rod, because he's got such a distinctive voice." (cit: Paul McCartney 1974) Backing vocals by Paul. A...
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