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    Raging Slab - s/t
    (1989, RCA) STERLING in the deadwax, mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound, NYC




    Produced by Daniel Rey (who also produced Iggy Pop, The Ramones). A 1989 Guitar World review of Raging Slab described the group's sound as "Lynyrd Skynyrd meets Metallica". I can hear the influences. This record cooks, especially like a track called "Bent For Silver".
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    Sir Douglas Quintet ‎– The Best Of Sir Douglas Quintet
    (1966, Tribe) MONO; 70's issue on Crazy Cajun


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    Raging Slab, Same, 1989, RCA Germany, PL 90396

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    Raging Slab - s/t
    (1989, RCA) STERLING in the deadwax, mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound, NYC




    Produced by Daniel Rey (who also produced Iggy Pop, The Ramones). A 1989 Guitar World review of Raging Slab described the group's sound as "Lynyrd Skynyrd meets Metallica". I can hear the influences. This record cooks, especially like a track called "Bent For Silver".

    Yes, this is a highlight of the 80ies. No synthies. No pale faces. No fancy hairdo.
    This is the German issue. These late 80ies black label pressings of RCA were superb.
    So let the Gibson guitars talk....
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    I'm a fan of "Rare Earth", but realize that besides presentation their strength
    was in program selection. The material that they wrote did NOT fare well, but
    the tunes that they took from "The Temptations" are what propelled them.

    As an extension from that I started to research the T's. Their presentation was
    at times even better than RE's.

    So, was happy recently to find this German CD with a fine track selection and
    exemplary sonics. Can already see that it will be in the rotation cycle.
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    The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground & Nico
    (1967, MGM) 1984 Verve reissue, mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound



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    Fairport Convention - s/t
    (1968, Polydor) UK pressing, '75 reissue Polydor #2384 047




    part of a series of UK Polydor reissues in the mid 70s
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    Stephen Stills - Still Stills / The Best Of Stephen Stills
    (1976, Atlantic) Monarch


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    Simon & Garfunkel - Sounds Of Silence
    (1966, Columbia) Mono CL 2469




    the mono cover is on the right in the first photo
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    Asleep At The Wheel, Wheelin' and Dealin', 1976, Capitol England, E-ST 11546

    Old-fashioned swing, western swing, country ballads, Cajun, and good old rocknroll.
    Mediocre dynamics on this English pressing.
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