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    The Flying Burrito Brothers - The Gilded Palace Of Sin
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    Grabbed this gorgeous record this week for $6. looks and sounds like it was played once or never? --> checkout the spindle hole
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    The Byrds - Sweetheart Of The Rodeo
    (1968, Columbia) 1971 reissue on the orange label


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    Grateful Dead - Reckoning
    (1981, Arista) artisan symbol, GF in the deadwax; mastered by Greg Fulginiti at Artisan Sound




    2LP, listening to sides 3/4
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    Roger McGuinn - Cardiff Rose
    (1976, Columbia) Promo/NFS; KENDUN in the deadwax, mastered at Kendun Recorders




    produced by Mick Ronson
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    Montrose - Paper Money
    (1974, Warner Bros)




    R.I.P. Ronnie Montrose.
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    nice day for a ride ....snagged these at the flea mkt.

    my son is now selling vinyl online

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    OH NO!!!!! Ronnie Montrose passed away yesterday?!! SH#T!!!!! This guy was a true musical genius. A lot of people think of him as a headbanger-but there was SOOOO much more to Ronnie. He was fluent in rock, jazz fusion, classical guitar, prog..... The album you have pictured "Paper Money" is my favorite album by the group MONTROSE. Some nice songs on that one---much better than some of their other outings IMHO. My favorite work by him is his work with Edgar and Johnny Winter and ESPECIALLY his first solo album "OPEN FIRE". I consider that album to be his masterpiece. Speaker Lab Fan, how do you find out about all these rockers who die? Are you on a rock obituary mailing list?

    Anyways, here's what the Open Fire album looks like. I've bought this album on vinyl, CD, and even had a pre-recorded cassette (yuck!) in my car back in my college days......






    HERE'S WHAT RONNIE MONTROSE OPEN FIRE SOUNDS LIKE. CHECK OUT AT LEAST THIS FIRST VIDEO AND IF IT DOESN'T GRAB YOU--RUN, DON'T WALK TO THE STORE AND BUY SOME Q-TIPS! CHECK OUT NOT ONLY THE SONGWRITING AND RONNIE'S PLAYING, BUT HIS BAND KICK'S @SS TOO!!!!!



    A LITTLE ACOUSTIC RONNIE MONTROSE.....



    AND SOME GOOD OL' ROCK N ROLL.....



    IF ANY OF YOU OUT THERE ENJOY RONNIE'S MUSIC, YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF TO CHECK OUT THE STUDIO VERSION OF "NO BEGINNING/NO END" AND "MY LITTLE MYSTERY" ON RONNIE'S MYSPACE PAGE. JUST CLICK ON THE "See All" button at the bottom of his music player. Here's the link.
    http://www.myspace.com/ronniemontrosemusic/music
    This stuff brought tears to my eyes tonight. We lost one of the great ones yesterday........


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    Montrose - Paper Money
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    R.I.P. Ronnie Montrose.

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    Willis Alan Ramsey - self titled
    (1972, Shelter) Promo/NFS 1977 reissue SRL-52013 (originally SW 8914)




    with Leon Russell, Red Rhodes, Carl Radle, Jim Keltner, Kenneth Buttrey, Tim Drummond. I purchased this copy new in the late 70s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by voice of theatr View Post
    OH NO!!!!! Ronnie Montrose passed away yesterday?!! SH#T!!!!! This guy was a true musical genius. A lot of people think of him as a headbanger-but there was SOOOO much more to Ronnie. He was fluent in rock, jazz fusion, classical guitar, prog..... The album you have pictured "Paper Money" is my favorite album by the group MONTROSE. Some nice songs on that one---much better than some of their other outings IMHO. My favorite work by him is his work with Edgar and Johnny Winter and ESPECIALLY his first solo album "OPEN FIRE". I consider that album to be his masterpiece. Speaker Lab Fan, how do you find out about all these rockers who die? Are you on a rock obituary mailing list?

    Anyways, here's what the Open Fire album looks like. I've bought this album on vinyl, CD, and even had a pre-recorded cassette (yuck!) in my car back in my college days......






    This stuff brought tears to my eyes tonight. We lost one of the great ones yesterday........

    I'm not on an obit mailing list, uh no thanks. I heard the sad news on another music forum this morning.

    I have a nice copy of the Open Fire record - thanks for those links. I agree he was a talent and more than a metal head guitarist, some especially nice playing when those Sammy Hagar vocals get out of the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeakerLabFan View Post
    I'm not on an obit mailing list, uh no thanks. I heard the sad news on another music forum this morning.

    I have a nice copy of the Open Fire record - thanks for those links. I agree he was a talent and more than a metal head guitarist, some especially nice playing when those Sammy Hagar vocals get out of the way.
    SLF--you're really up to date on this stuff--like when Van Vliet passed last winter. Glad you enjoyed the videos--must have been quite a tour to see live. I agree as far as Hagar goes--never been much of a fan..... By the way, what happened to your Sandy Denny avatar? What a talent she was--I even like her early work with the Strawbs........

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    Both Ends Burning

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    Kenny Burrell - Night Song
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    Quote Originally Posted by voice of theatr View Post
    SLF--you're really up to date on this stuff--like when Van Vliet passed last winter. Glad you enjoyed the videos--must have been quite a tour to see live. I agree as far as Hagar goes--never been much of a fan..... By the way, what happened to your Sandy Denny avatar? What a talent she was--I even like her early work with the Strawbs........
    The Sandy Denny avatar is in the rotation, I like to switch avatars but Sandy and her music are always close here, yes what a great peer she was in Fairport for Richard Thompson - those two talents no doubt pushed each other to reach further in their musical accomplishments.
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