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    Rolling Stones, Blue & Lonesome, 2016, Polydor France, 571 494-4

    Tongue twisters. Still magical after all these years.
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    Let it be a Blüthner

    Still magical after 50 years: the sound of the piano in the intro of "Let it be". It's a German Blüthner Flügel from Leipzig.

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    Procol Harum, Song For A Dreamer

    Rock myths aside, “Song for a Dreamer” remains one of the best evocations of Hendrix ever recorded. Beautiful and mysterious, elegiac and seemingly profound, it is among the great dark works of psychedelic rock.

    “I couldn’t believe I did that,” guitarist Trower said of the 1971 recording, essentially a solo effort on which he sang and played most of the instruments.

    Thus inspired, the guitarist left Procol Harum for a long and fairly successful solo career — one, ironically, that drew never-ending comparisons to Hendrix. That all started here. https://psychedelicsight.com/song-for-dreamer-trower/
    "I will meet you on the other side of the moon..." One of the most sensitive tributes to Jimi Hendrix.
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    B.J.Wilson and Johann Sebastian Bach 1967

    Repent Walpurgis: this simple and pure but so portentous drum intro by B.J. Wilson. Followed by that great Bach-Fisher organ tune. Shivers down my spine... still after so many years.
    "To be listened to in the spirit in which it was made" (back cover liner note)
    Procol Harum's first LP: cultural heritage, still one of the most enduring progressive-rock masterpieces. One for the desert island, yes, definitively!
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