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    Peter Green, In The Skies, 1979, Creole Germany, 6.23793

    Green!
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    Peter Green, Whatcha Gonna Do, 1981, Creole Germany, 6.24600

    [QUOTE=Kay Pirinha;430838]The cover of your In The Skies album obviously differs significantly from any of my items.


    Red and Green! Complementary colors and complementary sounds.
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    Beggars Opera "Stretcher"

    [QUOTE=Kay Pirinha;430838]The cover of your In The Skies album obviously differs significantly from any of my items. Here's PVLS 101 that I bought soon after it was released in 1979:
    Btw, he obviously influenced many other guitarists. Here's an example by Scotch band Beggars Opera from their 1972 album Pathfinder, written by their guitarist Ricky Gardiner:

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    Guess which FM tune was the pattern for this one?

    I can't hear any similarity between "Stretcher" and any Fleetwood Mac song. Perhaps a faint homage to "Albatross"? Dunno!
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    Yes, that's how I see it ! Comparable with the similarities between FM's Oh Well and LZ's Black Dog .

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    Jimi Hendrix, People Hell And Angels, 2013, Legacy USA, 419 021 "Ambidexterity"

    Left handed musicians: Paul McCartney, Albert King and many others. Jimi's Father reportedly believed playing left-hand was a sign of the devil. Jimi took right-handed Stratocasters and restrung them for playing left-handed. But he was a "mixed right-hander": he wrote, he ate and telephoned with his right hand. His guitar technique and simultaneous guitar solo/singing was a result of his "ambidexterity". Here lies the main cause of his genius. The magical interaction between left and right cerebral hemisphere. Ambidexterity as a condition for creativity and technical virtuosity. Jimi didn't care about it. Listen to Jimi playing bass on "Inside out" C3.
    The brain is something magic...
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    The Kinks, Live At The Kelvin Hall, 1967, Pye Germany, HTSLP 340 034

    The 1967 Kinks-Euphoria: screaming girls all over! Typical for some English "boygroups". No access to USA. Listen to "Sunny Afternoon" A4.
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    Charly Antolini, In The Groove, 1980, MPS Switzerland, INAK 806, 2LP

    The magic rises from the groove. Grooved into wax and pressed into vinyl: the "Nonplusultra" of (long-standing!!!/eternal???) music conservation. Apropos HIFI: look at the notice concerning the technical finesses on inner foldcover. "Altec-Lansings home version of the legendary professional "Voice Of The Theatre", the Model NINETEEN, to experience the fundamental low notes at highest sound pressure,..."
    Looks great IMHO.
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