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    Pete Townshend, Empty Glass, 1980, ATCO USA, SD 32-100

    Notice on inner sleeve: "Finally thanks to Remy Martin Cognac for saving my life by making the bloody stuff so expensive". Produced by Glyn Johns.
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    Pete Townshend, All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes, 1982, ATCO Germany, K 50 889

    Produced by Chris Thomas. Listen to the unstoppable groove of "Face dances part two" B4.
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    America - s/t
    (1971, Warner Bros) -1B/-1B




    later issue with A Horse With No Name included. If only more records were recorded as nicely as this one.
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    I always liked that album from America. Then years later, in 1980, they came up with something that I never understood : "You could do magic".
    Catchy for sure and obviously aimed at FM radios. But was that really the same group that I loved so much ? ;-)

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    Where is the magic?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lee in Montreal View Post
    I always liked that album from America. Then years later, in 1980, they came up with something that I never understood : "You could do magic".
    Catchy for sure and obviously aimed at FM radios. But was that really the same group that I loved so much ? ;-)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0AJ...nnel=MrxTubeHD

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    Indeed. Same Band. Another time. Another producer. Russ Ballard produced "You could do magic". He made the hits. But the song had something magical though.
    They could have done magic with George Martin.
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    War, Same, 1971, LA Metronome Germany, 0060.155

    Cover concept by Eric Burdon. Photographer Norman Seeff.
    Listen to the crazy laughter by "Papa" Dee Allen in "Fidel's Fantasy" B3.
    Wake up, Fidel, it's time for your fantasy!
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    Mott The Hoople - Wildlife
    (1971, Atlantic) Monarch


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    Lynyrd Skynyrd - Second Helping
    (1974, Sounds Of The South/MCA) KENDUN in the deadwax




    produced by Al Kooper
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    Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - You're Gonna Get It
    (1978, Shelter) MASTERED BY CAPITOL


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    Paul Revere & The Raiders - Alias Pink Puzz
    (1969, Columbia) -1B/2A


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    Led Zeppelin, The Song Remains The Same, 1976, Swan Song Germany, SS 89 402

    Underrated live versions on this film soundtrack. Recorded live at Madison Square Garden, NYC, 27.-29. July 1973.
    Listen to "The Rain Song" A4, because it's much superior to the original studio version on LP "Houses of the holy".
    And "No Quarter" is still a wonderful live version!
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    Buckingham Nicks - s/t
    (1973, Polydor) STERLING in the deadwax; gatefold cover


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    Cat Stevens, Back To Earth, 1978, Island Switzerland, 26 491 XOT

    This one had faded away in 1978 because Punk rock was "IN". But after 40 years we know better.
    Drums by Gerry Conway, Dave Mattacks and Steve Jordan.
    Produced by Paul Samwell-Smith.
    Fine dynamics on this German pressing for Swiss market.
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    The Dave Brubeck Quartet - My Favorite Things
    (1966, Columbia) -2D/-1A


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