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    No point

    No Point. Just some question marks!
  2. Look here

    Look here:
    https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-lists/50-greatest-prog-rock-albums-of-all-time-78793/triumvirat-illusions-on-a-double-dimple-1974-34784/
    Gruss aus der Schweiz
  3. Jürgen Fritz

    Apparently Jürgen Fritz outlived all his dudes after so many Russian Roulettes. But this was his last Triumvirat record. Triumvirat? In fact this was a solo LP. Old loves die hard...
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    It's all too much for me to take!

    The problem is: it's all too much, but here are some questions:
    YES: Who doesn't like the Rickenbacker bass playing of Chris Squire?
    SPRINGSTEEN: Who doesn't like the powerful saxophone solos of...
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    Rickie Lee Jones, Woody & Dutch on the slow train to Peking, 1984

    Flipside of "The real end": "Woody & Dutch" is so funny, funky and freaky. Do you like it like that?
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    The Hollies, Magic Woman Touch, 1972

    Most women loved their beautiful ha(i)rmonies: The Hollies' vocals
  7. Triumvirat. Russian Roulette, 1980, Harvest Germany, 1C064-45834

    Anybody needs a toothpick? Enjoy your meal!
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    Slim Gaillard, Laughing In Rhythm, 1951

    A whole lot of laughing in rhythm and nonsensical words with a lively guitar solo.
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    Amazing Blondel, England, 1972, Island England, ILPS 9205

    A quiet bucolic one. An acoustic island in these stormy times.
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    Stackridge, Friendliness, 1972, MCA England, MKPS 2025

    A bizarre caleidoscope mixture of classic rock and progressive ideas with subtle charm. Loaded with British humor. Anyone for tennis: "Won't you wear this ring and say you'll be my bride, my playboy...
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    ABC, Overture, 45rpm, 1982, 6059 571

    A stunning little masterpiece on flip side: ABC, Overture (From the lexicon of love). Bravo Trevor Horn!
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    Lazy

    Picture 3 and 4 are from fold cover art and inner sleeve of DP's "Machine head". Gruss aus der Schweiz
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    Clapton/Deep Purple, Steppin' out/Lazy

    Magical roots. Just stay in bed and rip off some roots: a magical moment in the creative 1971 recording process of Deep Purple. Take the guitar riff of the Clapton&Powerhouse version of Memphis Slims...
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    Beatles, Don't let me down, 1969

    The most famous Fender Rhodes tune? The whole song is seasoned by Billy Preston. "I'm in love for the first time, don't you know it's gonna last..."
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    LeAnn Rimes, Purple Rain

    This 1998 version approves the beauty of this Prince song. In fact the female voice of LeAnn Rimes shows more emotional intensity than the original. Anybody knows a better version than this one?
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    Rolling Stones, Let it loose, 1972

    The thrilling guitar riff by Keith Richards, driven through the Leslie speaker in the intro of "Let ist loose" is unforgettable. Swamp-Blues-Southern-Rock-jam with impressive Gospel-vocals by Clydie...
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    Monty Alexander, In Tokyo, 1979, Pablo USA, 2310 836

    A fundamental figure in Jazz was producer Norman Granz . He was founder of 5 record labels, especially the important Verve and Pablo. He produced many of his Pablo-LPs at the Jazz Festival in...
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    Ann Wilson, Queen of Hearts

    Still on tour these days. Airship on the stairway to heaven. Listen to "Barracuda" A1.
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    Glen Campbell, Wichita Lineman, 1968

    Carol Kaye: "There wasn't any music in front of me, just some chord changes. I played the roots and tried to let the tune unfold. When you have a great song- and i could tell right away that Wichita...
  20. Beethoven was deaf

    In his last years Beethoven was more or less deaf. Roll over...
  21. Music lives on

    Mozart is dead. Beethoven is dead. Bach is dead. Their music lives on forever. Roll over Beethoven...
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    Deep Purple, A Gypsy's Kiss, 1984

    He did the most dirty laughter: Ian Gillan. "...Won Tun Wan with your Chinese fan..." in "A Gypsy's Kiss" from "Perfect Stranger". A silly joke? Anybody knows the cause for the laughter?
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    CCR: No throwaway on flip side

    CCR are an unusual exception. They always had a big hit on side A and B. No throwaway tracks IMHO.
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    Rod Stewart, Maggie May, 1971

    One of the most famous flip sides was "Maggie May" in UK and US. In Germany and France, it was on the A-side. The flip side was "Reason to believe".
  25. 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"?
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