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  1. Thread: Rip-off

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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...
  5. Thread: Rip-off

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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
  8. Eggman

    Do you remember? John was the eggman! Beatles are always fun, indeed!
  9. Thread: Rip-off

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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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    Spice, Fred's Bowling Center, 1994, SPV Germany, 008 96191

    Hot groovy funk from chilly German north.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUuYbRM5jxA You can't keep still...
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    Charly Antolini, In The Groove, 1980, MPS Switzerland, INAK 806, 2LP

    The magic rises from the groove. Grooved into wax and pressed into vinyl: the "Nonplusultra" of (long-standing!!!/eternal???) music conservation. Apropos HIFI: look at the notice concerning the...
  17. Thread: Rip-off

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    Muskrat Ramble/ I Feel Like I'm Fixin' to Die Rag

    This one shows the complexity of copyright infringement, royalties and rights. Written by Kid Ory and first recorded as an instrumental in 1926 by Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five, lyrics were added...
  18. Artwoods, 100 Oxford Street, 1983, Edsel England, ED 107, Mono

    What marvellous song title A8: "I'm looking for a saxophonist doubling French horn wearing size 37 boots". Art Wood is also a humorist as his brother Ron is"!
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    Artwoods, 100 Oxford Street, 1983, Edsel England, ED 107, Mono

    Great music history. Recorded at Southern Music Recording Studio, Denmark Street 100, London in 1964-1966. Produced by Terry Kennedy and Mike Vernon. Art Wood vocals (Brother of Ron Wood), Jon Lord...
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    Stackridge, Extravaganza, 1974, Rocket Germany, 88 569 IT

    Some kind of (inverted) art robbery? Found today in: Max Gallo, "The Poster In History", 1974, (The Hamlyn Publishing Group Ltd., Middlesex, England). The original anonymous poster was created for a...
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    The Kinks, Live At The Kelvin Hall, 1967, Pye Germany, HTSLP 340 034

    The 1967 Kinks-Euphoria: screaming girls all over! Typical for some English "boygroups". No access to USA. Listen to "Sunny Afternoon" A4.
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    Peace And Quiet, Same, 1971, Kinetic/CBS Holland, S 64332

    After these noisy elections days in USA there will be Peace And Quiet. As shown on front cover painting...
    Jerry Goodman violin.
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    Styx, The Grand Illusion, 1977, AM Holland, AMLH 64637

    You won't get fooled again by any politician? This is the grand illusion! Anywhere on this planet.
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    The Gods, feat. Ken Kensley, 1976, Import USA, IMP 1012

    Ken Hensley (1945-2020) R.I.P.
    Lee Kerslake (1947-2010) R.I.P.
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    Alice Cooper, Elected, 1972, WB Germany, WB 16 214, 7"

    In 1972 Richard Nixon was President of the USA. No chance for Vincent Damon Furnier. Cheers to the next President!
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