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    Music by GUN -- Check it out--cool stuff!
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    YEAH ! Cool British hard psych

    Maybe this stuff will be interesting for you...

    NICE!! I just hope for those kids' sake that Magic Potion is FDA approved!

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    More 60's British psych (1967). I've always loved this band "TOMORROW" from 1967 featuring Steve Howe (several years before he joined YES) and Twink (pre-Pretty Things)...


    Great sound--here's a couple of their songs.....





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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeakerLabFan View Post
    Edgar Winter's White Trash - Roadwork
    (1972, Epic)



    performances recorded at the Apollo Theater in NYC and the Whiskey A Go Go in LA. Listening to side 1/4. a fun production note from wiki:
    Classic Live album -- great energy from Edgar, Johnny, and co.

    I really enjoy this as well (Edgar's first two LP's in one double set)....

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeakerLabFan View Post
    Steve Hillage - L
    (1976, Atlantic) Promo/NFS



    the lead off track is a blistering 6:32 cover of Donovan's Hurdy Gurdy Man, followed with an 8:54 track titled "Hurdy Gurdy Glissando". Produced and engineered by Todd Rundgren. a 50cent HPB pickup this week.
    Haven't heard this one (yet) but I'll have to check it out. Todd Rundgren is one of those producers with the "Midas Touch". Just about anything he touches turns to gold (musically, not necessarily sales-wise!). He's produced amazing LP's by so many bands--Badfinger, the Tubes, Rick Derringer, Cheap Trick to name just a very few. I own his entire catalog (34 LP's including his Utopia albums).... Here's a photo of a few of them....

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    Kenny Burrell - Ode To 52nd Street
    (1967, Cadet) 1977 pressing



    a nice showcase for the great guitar player. "Suite For Guitar and Orchestra" on side 1 was composed by Burrell and Richard Evans, who arranges and conducts. a $1 pickup last month.




    TR

    Quote Originally Posted by voice of theatr View Post
    Haven't heard this one (yet) but I'll have to check it out. Todd Rundgren is one of those producers with the "Midas Touch". Just about anything he touches turns to gold (musically, not necessarily sales-wise!). He's produced amazing LP's by so many bands--Badfinger, the Tubes, Rick Derringer, Cheap Trick to name just a very few. I own his entire catalog (34 LP's including his Utopia albums)....
    "We're An American Band" by GFR has Todd's production help. The guy was busy with his own and other projects from the mid 60s on, I continue to find his name on all kinds of records. In the case of the Hillage record, I'm sure it was a collaboration with Hillage bringing his Caterbury scene and Gong background, and with the Utopia band playng on the record. I bet Todd has some stories, he should write a book. He is mentioned a few times in Patti Smith's book, "Just Kids".
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    Miles Davis - Quartet And Quintet 1953 And 1954
    (1980, Prestige)



    a compilation released on Book-of-the-Month club records originally released on early Prestige 10" titles (Prestige 161 and 185). with Art Blakey, Percy Heath, Horace Silver. a $1 pickup last month.
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    Quote Originally Posted by voice of theatr View Post
    Haven't heard this one (yet) but I'll have to check it out. Todd Rundgren is one of those producers with the "Midas Touch". Just about anything he touches turns to gold (musically, not necessarily sales-wise!). He's produced amazing LP's by so many bands--Badfinger, the Tubes, Rick Derringer, Cheap Trick to name just a very few. I own his entire catalog (34 LP's including his Utopia albums).... Here's a photo of a few of them....
    No love here for Nazz?
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    My favorite Rundgren participations

    Nazz - s/t
    [1983, Rhino]
    Nice reissue of 1968. lp

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    New York Dolls - s/t
    [1973. Mercury]

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    Trash ! Pick it up ! ... GLAM PUNK Classic produced by Todd Rundgren

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    Quote Originally Posted by voice of theatr View Post
    More 60's British psych (1967). I've always loved this band "TOMORROW" from 1967 featuring Steve Howe (several years before he joined YES) and Twink (pre-Pretty Things)...
    Great stuff Gonna snatch it someday

    Here are more Cult Brit/psych circa 1967.

    The Action - Action Speak Louder Than...
    [1985. DOJO]
    1968. Action/Mighty Baby transitional recordings. Cool MOD/PSYCH way ahead of it's time.

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    Electric Sugarcube Flashbacks Vol. 4
    [1989. AIP]
    A Classic comp. similar to Chocolate Soup For Diabetics or Rubble.

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    Larry Coryell - Return
    (1979, Vanguard Free Style)



    with the Brubeck Brothers - Darius Brubeck, piano; Chris Brubeck, bass; Dan Brubeck, drums. a radio station copy from KPLU, the local Jazz station. a $1 pickup last month.




    Todd / Nazz

    Quote Originally Posted by renerox View Post
    My favorite Rundgren participations

    Nazz - s/t
    [1983, Rhino]
    Nice reissue of 1968. lp
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    Traffic - Best Of Traffic
    (1969, United Artists) original pressing with the pink/orange label



    What a great band. The LP is in excellent shape and probably as good or better than my other copy. I need to do a comparison. a $1 pickup last month.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ducatista47 View Post
    No love here for Nazz?
    Good catch--I mentioned Utopia and omitted Nazz! I really like their first two LP's (the 3rd was released after the band split but had some worthwhile tracks nonetheless). Looks like the first Nazz is covered in Renerox's post (Yes, those Rhino re-issues were great pressings!)--here are some songs from the second "Nazz Nazz".....
    ALBUM OPENER


    SIDE TWO OPENER


    TODD'S APPARENT TAKE ON LAW ENFORCEMENT! ("YOU LOOK LIKE A PERSON BUT YOU KNOW YOU'RE A PIG")


    EDIT: BTW, Todd often still includes "Open My Eyes" from the first Nazz LP in his live set to this day. The last time I saw him live (a couple years ago) he did a great version of it with his (then) current band: Prairie Prince on drums (amazing!), Kasim Sulton on bass, etc.......

    Last edited by voice of theatr; 09-05-2011 at 07:27 AM. Reason: Open My Eyes note....

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    Hound Dog Taylor - Natural Boogie
    [1974. Alligator]

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    As JON SPENSER says:"Play the blues punk !"
    This is AA class blues Lp. Just two guitars, drums and no bass, Raw and very natural as it should be. Take Five !

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    The Band - Music From Big Pink
    (1968, Capitol) 1969 pressing w/ the Lime green label




    I have a 1968 colorband label pressing, but it's noisy and this one is in excellent shape.




    Quote Originally Posted by renerox View Post
    Hound Dog Taylor - Natural Boogie
    [1974. Alligator]

    As JON SPENSER says:"Play the blues punk !"
    This is AA class blues Lp. Just two guitars, drums and no bass, Raw and very natural as it should be. Take Five !
    I have this one, good stuff. Good man! bringin' the blues to Eastern Europe, Renerox!
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    Kinks - Kinkdom
    (1965, Reprise) Mono



    I have a couple of copies with variations on the cover, both US mono issues. I'm guessing that the cover with the hit "Well Respected Man" listed is the later issue.. This record includes lots of Kinks' goodness and a version of "Louie, Louie" (!)
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