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    DB!

    Went by his apartment last year!
    Hope to see him before he quits!
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    DB

    Quote Originally Posted by Challenger604 View Post
    Went by his apartment last year!
    Hope to see him before he quits!
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    What is DB?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fritz The Cat View Post
    What is DB?
    David Bowie.

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    Andy M. Stewart, Phil Cunningham, Mannus Lunny - Fire In The Glen
    (1985, Shanachie)




    Cover art by Keith Birdsong, similar to earlier Silly Wizard covers. Stewart and Cunningham here were with Silly Wizard. Wonderful Scottish songs and music, banjo, accordion, piano, guitar, bazouki.
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    Jeff Lynne's ELO, Alone In The Universe, 2015, Columbia EU, 88875 14512 1

    180gr Vinyl. EU pressing from ??????? (Country not known, possibly Germany). Disappointing dynamics. First i thought, that the pickup of my Reson Rota turntable has reached his final stage. So i mounted a new pickup. With the same result: disappointing dynamics. Has anybody also made the same bitter lesson of experience with this record? If you have to pay 35 SFr. (as I did today), so don't! It's too expensive. Buy the CD! Included in this LP Cover is a voucher for digital download. Has anybody made already a comparison between digital and vinyl issue of this LP?
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    Bob Dylan, Oh Mercy, 1989, CBS NE, 465800 1

    Quote Originally Posted by SEAWOLF97 View Post
    I'm an "off & on" Dylan fan, but had never sat and listened to "Oh Mercy"

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oh_Mercy

    the recording and production is first rate. there are 3 tracks that are great for me,
    I get the feeling that the others may grow on me. best that I've heard from Bob
    in a long time,,,excepting "Things have Changed"
    Look at my post of 31. October 2015 concerning my vinyl copy of this one. You're right: it's one of the best-produced works of Bob Dylan. And the magician was Daniel Lanois: he could get the best out of his master's voice......
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    Brand X

    Unorthodox Behavior.
    Phil Collins, drum!
    Percy Jones, Bass

    begining of Rock Fusion...
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    The Mothers, Grand Wazoo, 1972, Reprise UK, K 44209

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    Zappa!
    A crazy one. This is my vinyl issue of "Grand Wazoo". Good english Kinney pressing. I was 17 years old, when i bought this LP from a dust bin sale at my local record shop BRO Records in St. Gallen. Iwas not able to listen to the whole LP in one go, because this LP was too much for me: what the hell is thaaaaaat? So i had to store it in the attic for later purpose for many years. For in those days, I loved the records of Deep Purple, Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull etc.. And today? Still i think: what the hell is that? This is not my piece of cake also today. I don't understand the strangekind of humour in this record. It's a totally crazy story and music. But there were very famous musicians involved in this one: look at the picture below. File under "Crazy Jazz"......
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    Brand X, Unorthodox Behaviour, 1976, Passport US, PB 9819

    Quote Originally Posted by Challenger604 View Post
    Unorthodox Behavior.
    Phil Collins, drum!
    Percy Jones, Bass

    begining of Rock Fusion...

    Noooo! Jazzrockfusion began very many years earlier. Listen to the LPs of Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock and shurely Miles Davies of the late sixties. If you like that kind of bitches brew......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fritz The Cat View Post
    Noooo! Jazzrockfusion began very many years earlier. Listen to the LPs of Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock and shurely Miles Davies of the late sixties. If you like that kind of bitches brew......

    Nice!
    Phill is one of the pioneers of Rock Fusion with Brand X. Chick, Herbie, ok but Miles? Can we call Jazz Rock or Rock Fusion? I wouldn't... Jazz for sure. I may not know enough then...

    Big fan of Zappa too but don't like all of what he has done...

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    Bitches Brew

    Quote Originally Posted by Challenger604 View Post
    Nice!
    Phill is one of the pioneers of Rock Fusion with Brand X. Chick, Herbie, ok but Miles? Can we call Jazz Rock or Rock Fusion? I wouldn't... Jazz for sure. I may not know enough then...

    Big fan of Zappa too but don't like all of what he has done...

    Listen to bitches brew.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fritz The Cat View Post
    Listen to bitches brew.
    Ok! I will! Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fritz The Cat View Post
    Listen to bitches brew.
    Just learned something! Not bad! Didn't know about that!
    27 minutes of it on Youtube!
    Thanks!
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    Common runout groove etchings: how to list them

    “If you think that’s the dumbest thing you’ve ever heard,
    just wait a couple minutes!”

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    Miles Davis, Bitches Brew, 1970, CBS NE, 66236

    Quote Originally Posted by Challenger604 View Post
    Just learned something! Not bad! Didn't know about that!
    27 minutes of it on Youtube!
    Thanks!
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    Look at the magical mystery cover art by Mati Klarwein. This the great thing about vinyl cult only!!! Klarwein is also famous for the second Santana cult record "Abraxas". The magician was Miles Davis, but the mastermind of jazzrockfusion was John McLaughlin. Look at the list of famous musicians on the inner foldcover. Does anybody know further fancy LP cover art work of Mati Klarwein?
    P.S.: Bitches Brew is not my piece of cake. Too much confusion with jazzrockfusionbrew......
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