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    Quote Originally Posted by SEAWOLF97 View Post
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    walked in at 5PM opening with a pocket full of $1's , grabbed fast b4 it filled with ooglers and was out by 6:15 ..when you could no longer walk around

    I like the John Barry - Bond soundtracks ...Love , Peace & Happiness is a double (most expensive that I bought @$2) ...3 sides bad, but the only cut that I wanted was pristine...the title song is a whole side ...LP&H is very much in the psychedelic vein of THCT.
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    and finally....condition not as good as preferred, will have to digitize and cleanup , but couldnt resist.
    Nice grabs! did you see any of the regulars there? I wish it wasn't a 3 hour drive for me, or I'd have been there.

    I dig the Nancy Sinatra titles especially when Lee Hazlewood produced, played and provided songs on them. The Zepp is surely a killer grab for a buck if the LP plays well, the cover isn't as important as the program material. I don't have that Szabo record but if it's like his other early titles, it's very tasty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeakerLabFan View Post
    Nice grabs! did you see any of the regulars there?
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    well I was out of there by 6:15 and it was open till 9 , so mebbe missed them....was interesting that approx 80 percent of the buyers were Portland Hipsters of 30 or under.
    (a contributing factor was that it was held on Hawthorne , which is Hipster Mecca for this area.)


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    I dig the Nancy Sinatra titles especially when Lee Hazlewood produced, played and provided songs on them. The Zepp is surely a killer grab for a buck if the LP plays well, the cover isn't as important as the program material. I don't have that Szabo record but if it's like his other early titles, it's very tasty.
    I like Nancy too , picked up the "You Only Live Twice" ST at the January Eugene show and its gotten multi plays ...always thought that she & Lee on "Some Velvet Morning" was rather different and unique.
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    Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother
    (1970, Harvest) 70s issue with title on the cover

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    Buckingham Nicks - self titled
    (1973, Polydor) first pressing with gatefold cover


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    The Sonics - Here Are The Sonics
    [1986, Fan Club] Re. of 1965. Lp on Etiquette Records.

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    What to say? Legendary !!!

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    The Smithereens - Green Thoughts
    (1988, Capitol) STERLING in the deadwax; mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound, NYC



    inspired by a review I heard tonight on NPR - of the Smithereen's new album. The Smithereens' Sweet Nostalgia, With Fresh Variations[/URL]
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    The Beatles - Let It Be
    (1970, Apple) Phil & Ronnie / Bell Sound SF in the deadwax; mastered by Sam Feldman at Bell Sound



    This one has a lot of good memories. The poster is long gone in this one, but I have a nice 1983 Capitol pressing on the black+color-band label (WLY) with the poster.
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    The Cyrkle - Red Rubber Ball
    (1966, Columbia)



    I was inspired to play this one, after seeing an interesting Cliff Richard soundtrack record today - where he covers "Red Rubber Ball". The title song was co-authored by Paul Simon and was a #2 hit in 1966 for The Cyrkle. Another Simon tune, "Cloudy", included and "Turn Down Day" which was another hit for them.
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    Paul Simon - Paul Simon in Concert: Live Rhymin'
    (1974, Columbia)



    picked up a couple of months ago from the 50cent clearance shelf.
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    Fairport Convention - Rising For The Moon
    (1975, Island) TML in the deadwax; mastered at The Mastering Lab



    Sandy Denny's return to Fairport Convention. She has writing credits for 7 of 11 songs, and. What. A. Voice.
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    Fairport Convention - self titled
    (1969, A&M)

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    Rickie Lee Jones - Girl At Her Volcano
    (1983, Warner Bros) Promo/NFS; Quiex II Limited Edition pressing



    10" EP with 7 songs with several jazz & 1960s pop covers including Walk Away Renee.
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    Gentle Giant- Acquiring The Taste
    (1971, Vertigo) MASTERDISK G.K. in the deadwax; mastered by Gilbert Kong at Masterdisk



    progressive rock, hard rock, and gregorian chants.
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    Larry Coryell - The Real Great Escape
    (1973, Vanguard)



    a $1 grab at a recent Seattle record show. if I wasn't a Coryell compleatist and I'd spent more than a buck, I'd be unhappy with this purchase. Coryell tries out pop tunes and tries to sing (he can't). On the other hand there are still glimpses of his scorching guitar playing.
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    Penguin Cafe Orchestra - Broadcasting From Home
    (1984, Editions EG) STERLING in the deadwax



    a $1 find on the clearance shelf at HPB today.
    The original vinyl record was pressed by EMI from a damaged master and had a distinctive click on the first track. Neither Virgin or EMI would pay to restore this, and fans therefore had to wait until the CD's release to hear the undamaged track.
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