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  1. Thread: Rip-off

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    Arlen Roth, Hot Pickups, 1980, Sonet Germany, INT 147112

    "August Nights" B4. Arlen Roth is able to play everything, but who is the "sheik of swing"?
  2. Meat Loaf, Paradise by the dashboard light, 1977

    The duet by Meat Loaf with Ellen Foley in "Paradise by the dashboard light" is big funny cinema. The expulsion from paradise. Girl: Will you love me forever? Boy: Let me sleep on it. Girl: Before we...
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    Stoney & Meatloaf, 1978, Prodigal Holland, 5C 052 62172

    Shaun Murphy was full member of Little Feat from 1993 until 2009. She was a singer for the musical "Hair" together with Meatloaf. Listen to "She waits by the window" A2. This Motown production was...
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    Easy Rider, OST, 1969, Stateside Great Britain, SSL 5018

    Peter Fonda RIP.
    Reading this book with a superb collection of film posters of the 60s while listening to B3 "Kyrie Eleison Mardi Gras" by David Axelrod. 1969 Italian cinema poster.
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    The Beatles, Live In Hamburg "Three Records", 1982, Historic Germany, HIS 10982

    The last evening at the Star Club in Hamburg, New Year's Eve 1962. Forget the quality of the sound recorded by the Philips tape recorder with one single microphone. Thanks to Kingsize Taylor for this...
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    OST, Django Unchained, 2013, Republic EU, 315 703, 2LP

    Cit. Quentin Tarantino: "A note about the condition of the older recordings i am using on this soundtrack - a lot of these came from my personal vinyl collection instead of having the record...
  7. Jefferson Airplane, The Worst Of, 1970, RCA Germany, NL 83661

    The worst of JA? Or the crown of creation?
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    Charlie Haden&Jan Garbarek&Egberto Gismondi, Folksongs, 1981, ECM Germany, 1170

    Einfachheit ist die höchste Form der Perfektion. Recorded 1979 at Talent Studios, Oslo. Produced by Manfred Eicher.
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    Police, Regatta De Blanc, 1979, AM Holland, AMLH 64 792

    50 years of walking on the moon.
    40 years of Police walking on the moon: "Giant steps are what you take, walking on the moon..."
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    Yma Sumac & Les Baxter Orchestra: Voice Of The Xtabay, 1956, Regal GB, REG 2007

    A magical voice: she had a four-and-a-half octave voice. A typical trained singer has a range of about three octaves. The combination of her extraordinary voice, exotic looks and stage personality...
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    The Mothers make us dance

    Turn on the big lights and have a good time with the "Be-Bop Tango": Zappa makes them dance with the vocals of George Duke. Yes, and Jazz was not yet dead in 1974, but it just smelled funny....
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    The Champs

    In 1958 Challenge Records released "Train to nowhere" by the Champs. Anybody knows it? The record initially found little success. After a DJ in Cleveland had played the B-side, this record...
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    Perfomance of the birds

    The window is wide open. Today 4:31 a.m. daybreak.
    The blackbird's song is the opener. Then the redstarts begin their twittering, followed by the robins, titmice, chaffinchs and the sparrows. Big...
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    Laughter?

    Does anybody remember laughter in Led Zeppelin songs?
  15. Angie, Peppermint Lump, 1975, Stiff Germany, 6.12600, 45rpm

    Pete Townsend produced, played and (???) had composed (as "Asher") this funny little song for Angela Porter.
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    Yello & Shirley Bassey, The Rhythm Divine, 1987, Mercury Germany, 888 746-1

    Swiss rhythm plus THAT voice divine. Maxi single 45rpm. Wunderschön.
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    Sam Cooke, Live At Harlem Square Club, 1963, RCA Germany, PL85181

    Live recording full of laughter and vitality. Soulfulness. Joie de vivre.
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    Petula Clark, Petula, 1962, Vogue France, PC.1

    Petula sings for France. Funny. "Non je ne bois que du Beaujolais......"
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    Django from: John McLaughlin, The Promise, Verve France, 1995, 529 828 2, CD

    "Django": a fantastic dialogue of two superb guitar players: McLauglin and Jeff Beck. Pino Paladino, b. Affectionate tribute to Django Reinhardt.
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    Willie the pimp from The Mothers, Fillmore East-June 1971, 1971, Reprise UK, K 44150

    It was a sin: they cut Willie into two pieces...Brutally!
    Willie The Pimp part one A6/Willie The Pimp part two B1.
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    Willie Nelson, Stardust, 1978, Columbia/CBS USA, AL 35305

    This one has kept its warm magical mood over all these 40 years. One of the most played LPs in my collection. Produced and backed by Booker T. Jones. Chris Etheridge, bass.
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    Kansas, Same, 1974, Kirshner Holland, 32161, RI 1978

    "Our music has many faces and many moods like the land we live in. It's a fusion of energy and serenity, a melting pot of ideas." (Cit.:Liner notes on back cover)
    Agreed! This is one of the most...
  23. Come together, Kin Ping Meh, on Live LP Concrete, 1976, Nova Germany, 6.28370

    Lennon-McCartney "Come together" with German psychedlic rock group Kin Ping Meh. A slow heavy rock version. Vocals by Geff Harrison. Was there any better live version concerning the vocals?
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    Rolling Stones, Dirty Work, 1986, Rolling Stones Records Holland, 86321

    The drum is everything: the cymbals in the intro, then the acoustic guitar by Ron Wood: "One hit to the body" with the guitar solos by Jimmy Page. An album of pure energy. Thanks to the drummer!!...
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    Frank Zappa, In New York, 1977, DiscReet France, 2LP, 69 204

    This was a hard job for the drummer, but he did it well: Terry Bozzio. Listen to B3 "The black page drum solo No1 and No2". This song was originally constructed as a drum solo (cit.:Zappa).
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