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    Gabor Szabo - Bacchanal
    (1968, Skye)



    recorded Western Recording Studios; Los Angeles, California: February 9, 1968, with Hal Gordon, Jim Keltner. yard sale pickup this weekend. as one review says, Szabo's playing here "burns with intensity and smolders with a quiet glow." another reviewer...

    Gabor Szabo is one of those gigantically influential guitarists whose name or music few have ever heard. Carlos Santana, John McLaughlin, Robbie Krieger, and Larry Coryell all seem to have spent some serious quality time soaking in Szabo’s hypnotic sound.
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    The Who - Odds And Sods
    (1974, Track)



    comparing this very nice copy I found at a thrift today against my copy purchased back in the day. a nice insert w/ liner from PT and lyrics. love this record, what a great collection of cast-offs.

    John Entwistle, with a little help from his friends, was rooting around in the mountain of unmarked tape boxes at Track records. He came up with this remarkable collection of unreleased oddities, impulsively labelled "ODDS & SODS" by Roger. I'm going to tell you why they were never released in the first place.
    - Peter Townsend

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    John Barry - Great Movie Sounds Of John Barry
    (1966, Columbia)



    from the liner notes:

    In Great Movie Sounds Of John Barry you'll hear music sensitivel conducted by a vastly creative composer in arrangements that are as definitive as they are brilliant.
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    The Who - actual record was not good condition....but for 50 cents, I really liked the cover and it looks good in my album frame....have never seen the WAR LP before
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    Laurindo Almedia - Virtuoso Guitar
    (1977, Crystal Clear) KENDUN B in the deadwax; Lee Herschberg, Live Mix Engineer; Kent Duncan, Mastering



    Limited edition Direct to Disc recording at 45RPM. Guitar, Bass, Acoustic & Electric Piano, Drums, Vibes and Marimba, Percussion; Cello on side 2. a stunning sounding recording, the percussion reaches out and grabs you. Getting in some time with the records before leaving for a couple of weeks vacation.
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    Trance Up!

    Discover Vocal Trance.

    Yes, that's right, you need to discover vocal trance.
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    aquired this week

    filling in some holes in the collection ..I think the "SPIRIT" may be the pick of the litter..
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    Dire Straits "Love Over Gold"

    ...Telegraph Road and Industrial Disease sound great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Punch View Post
    Dire Straits "Love Over Gold"

    ...Telegraph Road and Industrial Disease sound great.
    DS always had high production values and I cant think of anything they did that I don't still like.

    You aren't an ID sufferer , are you ? I was for many years...

    speaking of production values , I picked up a Ray Charles record last month that was full and luscious sounding. Produced in the 70's , it would rival most anything produced today.


    it was 1977

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    Not an ID sufferer

    Anyone have any experience with Gerry Rafferty's City To City? I ordered an MFSL copy, and it arrived...broken in half. I really wanted to hear that album. Oh well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Punch View Post
    Anyone have any experience with Gerry Rafferty's City To City? I ordered an MFSL copy, and it arrived...broken in half.
    In that case, just listen to half of it....

    Snagged these 2 over the weekend....put the new computer on the winter bike 6 weeks ago and looked today..ODO is at 182....prolly just a weekend ride for Dr. Nick, but it's good miles for a nearly 62 y.o. with a crappy ankle..... have seen more vinyl this summer than the first 61 years combined...
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    The Very Best of Richard Clayderman (3-CD Set) I just bought yesterday.

    Wonderful music! I grew up listening to ballade pour Adeline and I popped my new cd in the computer as soon as it arrived. This is music that really soothes the soul and fills the heart with content, BEAUTIFUL!!!

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    Odo=199

    Todays ride did pretty good for my $5 All in VG+ condition
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    Cold Blood - Sisyphus
    (1970, San Francisco) recorded & mixed by Fred Catero at Mercury Sound Studios



    a $1 thrift store find today, the record looks and sounds as if it's never been played. inside cover has a promotional sticker that isn't in my other copy.
    getting reaquainted with the turntable after a couple of weeks away on vacation in Italy.
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    Clark Terry - In Orbit
    (1958, Riverside) 1987 Fantasy OJC


    w/ Thelonious Monk.
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