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    Bonnie Guitar, Edna Leal Williams - self titled
    (1970s, Tacoma, WA private press)



    a interesting moody folk record, introspective 70s influenced lyrics and nothing you would expect from Bonnie Guitar's earlier work including the 1957 Country-Pop crossover hit "Dark Moon". She became one of the first female Country Music singers to have songs crossover from the Country charts to the Pop charts, and have hits on both sides. She also co-founded the Seattle record company Dolton Records in the late 50s, which played a role in the Northwest sound and launched the careers of The Fleetwoods and The Ventures. I have been reading about her influence in a book about the Northwest sound titled "Sonic Boom - The History of Northwest Rock from Louie Louie to Smells Like Teen Spirit" by Peter Blecha. I grabbed this for 25cents this afternoon, appears unplayed.
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    Christie - Yellow River
    (1970, Epic)



    Debut album from the British rock band with one hit wonder for the title track, which Jeff Christie wrote and originally was offered to The Tremeloes. They recorded it but did not release, Christie's vocals were added to the backing track. The song hit #1 on the UK and other Euro charts and as high as #23 on US Billboard.
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    Strawbs - Grave New World
    (1972, A&M)




    first album after Rick Wakeman's departure from the band, Blue Weaver was his replacement on the harmonium, mellotron, organ and piano. elaborate folk rock arrangements with more emphasis on rock than earlier albums. With a 10 page lyric booklet and a trippy drawing on the inner gatefold cover.
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    James Gang - Rides Again
    (1970, ABC Dunhill) Artisan symbol in the deadwax; mastered at Artisan Sound Recorders




    The Ravel estate requested the unauthorized "Bolero" section removed from "The Bomber" medly, subsequent pressings "The Bomber" track time is 5:39, as it is here even though the inner gatefold lists the time at 7:04. Rusty Young from Buffalo Springfield, Poco plays Pedal Steel on "There I Go Again".
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    James Gang - Live In Concert
    (1971, ABC Dunhill) WITH LOVE FROM JESSICA & CHRISTOPHER in the deadwax, side 2.



    from performances at Carnegie Hall, New York. with scorching guitar solos from Joe Walsh throughout.

    The James Gang appeared as themselves in the 1971 "electric western" film, Zachariah[/URL]
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    Joe Walsh - Got Any Gum?
    (1987, Warner Bros) MASTERDISK in the deadwax; mastered by Bob Ludwig at Masterdisk, NYC



    8th studio record from Joe, includes "In My Car" co-written with Ringo Starr.
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    Grateful Dead - Reckoning
    (1981, Arista) Artisan symbol + "GF" in the deadwax; mastered by Greg Fulginiti at Artisan Sound Recorders



    2LP of acoustic material recorded live in September and October 1980, a very nice live recording. listening to record 1.
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    John McLaughlin - Extrapolation
    (1969, Marmalade) 1976 Polydor issue

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    Back from Eugene Record Convention

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    must have been 500/600 people there ...lots of "under 30 somethings" ...TV coverage ..lots of friendlies....spent $24 ...all were $1 finds except for the Peggy Lee boxed set for $2 ....no earthshaking finds, but some I'd been looking for and hole fillers
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    my shoulder hurts from carrying that bag of LP's around

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    Ellen Foley - Spirit of St. Louis
    (1981, Epic/Cleveland International) MASTERDISK HW / TimTom BS U.K. in the deadwax side 1/2; mastered by Howie Weinberg, side 1; mastered by Tim Young, side 2



    Ellen Foley with the members of The Clash, produced by Mick Jones who wrote "Should I Stay Or Should I Go" about his relationship with Foley. Several songs here written by Strummer/Jones. A 50 cent HPB clearance find a couple of weeks ago.


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    my shoulder hurts from carrying that bag of LP's around


    Those licorice pizzas weigh about 1/2 lb each. You didn't pedal to Eugene, did ya?
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    The Ventures - Where The Action Is
    (1966, Dolton) Dolton BST 8040 Stereo "Visual Sound"



    The Tacoma, WA instrumental rock band, they started in the late 50s on the local Dolton Records label co-founded by Bonnie Guitar. Dolton was acquired by Liberty Records in the 60s. heavy handed but warm sounding 60s studio production on this one.

    In the early 1960s "golden age of hi-fi", and with the novelty of stereo still in its experimental stages, The Ventures found their characteristic style of recording each instrument in either the extreme left , or right channel, with little cross-over (if any), enhancing the stereo effect to its fullest limits.
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    Strawbs - Just a Collection of Antiques and Curios
    (1970, A&M)




    The folk rock band recorded live at London's Queen Elizabeth Hall in July of 1970. Rick Wakeman at the organ, piano, harpsichord, and with his own 5:00composition "Temperment Of Mind".
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