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    Jimmy Campbell, Half Baked, 1970, Vertigo England, 6360 010

    The magic of the swirl. Is there any Swirl-Vertigo album that is not cult today?
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    Black Sabbath, Same, 1970, Vertigo France, 847 903 VTY

    Tritonus: just two intervals with 3 notes. Known in music theory as "diabolus in musica". What effect!
    Black Sabbath title track A1.
    Cit. Wikipedia: The song "Black Sabbath" was one of the...
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    Aphrodite's Child, 666, 1971, Vertigo Germany, 6673 001, 2LP

    Exceptional progressive concept album after those melodious pop songs in 1968-1970. Listen to the oriental "The Lamb" A5. Don't listen to Irene Papas' vocals on C5. Cult.
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    Return To Forever, Musicmagic, 1977, CBS Holland, 32163

    Chick Corea RIP. Listen to the funky and groovy "The Musician" A1. A great musician...
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    Dreaming The Beatles

    Magic of friendship of Lennon/McCartney and their first record. February 11, 1963: The Beatles record their first album "Please Please Me", in a one day marathon thirteen-hour session. "I saw her...
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    Maggie Bell, As Suicide Sal, 1975, Polydor England, SUPER 2383 313

    Stone The Crows' high energy voice: Maggie Bell. A great album, rich in variety. Recorded in Ringo Starr's Startling Studio at Tittenhurst Park in Ascot with her tour band.
    Pete Wingfield,...
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    Legacy

    Fine legacy. Felicitation!
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    Look here

    Look here. http://www.audioheritage.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?2724-What-s-Playing-Now&p=428889&viewfull=1#post428889 Best regards from Switzerland.
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    Wow

    Yesss! Wow! That's psychedelic of pure essence.
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    Bram Stoker, Heavy Rock Spectacular, 1972, Windmill England, WMD 117

    This is an obscure one. Hammond organ drenched early British psychedelic prog rock. To all psychedelic rock aficionados: what do you know about this one shot band? Listen to "Poltergeist" B4
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    Cream, Sitting On Top Of The World, Polydor Switzerland, 2020

    For your eyes only: a mysterious fold cover.
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    Cheesy keyboards

    Agreed: too many cheesy keyboards after all these monster albums!
    What about "The Crunge" and "Dancing Days" from "Houses of the holy"? Fantastic drum solo intros and after that....cheesy keyboards.
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    Coast Road Drive, Delicious And Refreshing, 1974, Deram England, SML 1113

    Westcoast sounds from Island Studios and Ramport Studios, London. Les Nicol, Steve Chapman, Charlie Harrison, Steve Krieger plus Mick Weaver and Nicky Hopkins. Forgotten one, but indeed: delicious...
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    Merry Clayton, Gimme Shelter, 1970, AM England, AMLS 995

    Great voice. Unforgettable: The Rolling Stones' "Gimme shelter". Listen to Merry Clayton's version here A4. Guitars Louie Shelton. Mick Jagger tells about it...
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    Cold Blood, Lydia, 1974, WB US, BS 2806

    Lydia Pense and Cold Blood with the funky Memphis Horns. Great voice. Guitars and production by Steve Cropper. Underrated. After all these years, we have to concede: a great voice. Still on the road...
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    Exceptions

    Which are the exceptions? Why?
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    Drum intro

    Great, Kay, you have listened very accurately. But it's not an intro. This special drum solo as an intro has more impact and is something magic! From wintery snowy east Switzerland near the Bodensee...
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    Caterina Valente, Ganz Paris träumt von der Liebe, 1970, Karussell Germany, 635 037

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY CATERINA! Born January 14 in 1931
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    Do you remember? John was the eggman! Beatles are always fun, indeed!
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    Flamin Groovies, Keep a knockin', 1970, drum intro

    Listen to Flamin Groovies' 1970 LP "Flamingo". What a furious drum intro in Little Richards "Keep a knockin'" by Danny Mihm. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOmtr6tQqig Great!
    1 year later John...
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    Anybody remembers?

    I remember very well! Unforgettable for us TV watchers in Switzerland. Phun???
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    Corona X-mas

    Stille Nacht-Heilige Nacht. Mary alone at home with her baby. Happy x-mas to every music aficionado!
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    Wrecking crew

    A big hand for the "Wrecking Crew"!
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    Lou Reed, Live Take No Prisoners, 1978, RCA Germany, XL 03066

    Too much (silly) talking. Don't listen to "Walk on the wild side" D1 because it's a cheat. Lou Reed just talked and talked and talked. It's a walk on the sluggish side. German Kunstkopfstereo...
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    Spencer Davis Group, Lets Dance With The, 1968, Liberty Germany, SLS 50 141 Z

    Every time we try to dance to this "LP for dancers", my wife says she would rather wash the dishes in the kitchen. (???!) She is right. It's definitively not the kind of music you may dance to....
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