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    Christine McVie - The Legendary Christine Perfect Album
    (1970, Blue Horizon) Promo/NFS on front cover; 1976 release on Sire


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    The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Bossa Nova USA
    (1963, Columbia) MONO; guaranteed high fidelity 2-eyes label




    great liner notes for each song from Brubeck; an HPB clearance find last month.
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    I've never seen this compilation before--several non LP tracks--thanks for sharing. I'm gonna have to order it--looks like there's a hole in my Moody Blues collection that I never knew about!
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    Moodies

    I checked out this 2 CD import
    http://www.amazon.com/The-Singles-Mo...s_all_1#disc_1

    it was rather an eye (ear ?) opener ...thot I knew the MB's ....but there is a lot of tracks that were new to me and different than what was expected.

    Disc 1. Steel [i.e. Steal] your heart away / Parker (2:13) -- Go now! / Banks, Bennett (3:10) -- I don't want to go on without you / Berns, Wrexler (2:43) -- From the bottom of my heart (I love you) / Pinder, Laine (3:24) -- Everyday (1:47) ; Stop! (2:04) / Laine, Pinder -- Bye bye bird / S. Williamson, W. Dixon (2:48) -- Boulevard de la Madeleine (2:54) -- This is my house (but nobody calls) (2:34) -- Life's not life (2:32) / M. Pinder, D. Laine -- Fly me high / J. Hayward (2:50) -- Love and beauty / M. Pinder (2:22) -- Nights in white satin (4:22) ; Cities (2:21) ; Tuesday afternoon (4:48) ; Voices in the sky (3:26) / J. Hayward -- Ride my see-saw / J. Lodge (3:43) -- Lovely to see you / J. Hayward (2:36) -- Dear diary / R. Thomas (3:47) -- Never comes the day / J. Hayward (4:42) -- Eyes of a child / J. Lodge (2:34) -- Watching and waitin / Hayward, Thomas (4:17) -- Question / Hayward (4:55) -- Candle of life / Lodge (3:13).


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    Great album! I missed this tour--first time I saw them was in 1974 -- Relayer tour with Pat Moraz. It was one of the first concerts I ever saw and was a killer show that blew me away... I really enjoy the Yessongs movie also--an incredible performance and a must on DVD if you've never seen it. Filmed at London's Rainbow Theatre in December 1972 and has pretty much the same songs as the album. Here's the link..... http://www.amazon.com/Yes-Yessongs-S...5706576&sr=1-1

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    Yes - Yessongs
    (1973, Atlantic)




    an old favorite. The transition from Opening (excerpt from "Firebird Suite") to Siberian Khatru on Volume I/Side 1 still raises the hair on the back of the neck. I'd go back to see a show from that 1972 tour if I could time-travel.

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    rode out to the flea mkt today and returned with these 3 ....the Charlie Byrd is a 12in. 45rpm "direct to disk" ..it's like "never played" condition. looked up the title and found this on a forum

    "Leaving aside any questions regarding performance,musical choices etc. What is/are the best sounding LPs you have ever heard ?

    FWIW let's vote on the best sounding LP ever!

    Two candidates from my collection:

    Charlie Byrd Charlie Byrd (Crystal Clear Records CCS 8002)
    Bruce Coburn Dancing in The Dragon's Jaws (True North tn37)"
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    a LHF member came over today and picked up my 4671's ....brought along a crate of vinyls ..
    these appear to be the best of the lot
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    Jack Bruce - Harmony Row
    (1971, Atco)


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    Quote Originally Posted by SEAWOLF97 View Post
    brought along a crate of vinyls ..
    is that what they're calling them in Portlandia now..?
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    Yessongs

    Quote Originally Posted by voice of theatr View Post
    Great album! I missed this tour--first time I saw them was in 1974 -- Relayer tour with Pat Moraz. It was one of the first concerts I ever saw and was a killer show that blew me away... I really enjoy the Yessongs movie also--an incredible performance and a must on DVD if you've never seen it. Filmed at London's Rainbow Theatre in December 1972 and has pretty much the same songs as the album. Here's the link..... http://www.amazon.com/Yes-Yessongs-S...5706576&sr=1-1
    Thanks for the note about the Yessongs movie! I'm all over that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeakerLabFan View Post
    is that what they're calling them in Portlandia now..?
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    Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers - self titled
    (1976, Shelter) 1981 Italian pressing




    a $1 find in the HPB clearance bin last year.
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    Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band - Cllear Spot
    (1972, Reprise)




    I just noticed that there's a record store in Atlanta named Low Yo Yo Stuff.
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    Fairport Convention - Rising For The Moon
    (1975, Island) mastered at The Mastering Lab


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    Cream - Wheels Of Fire
    (1968, Atco)

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    The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Axis: Bold As Love
    (1967, Reprise)


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