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    Flash, Same, 1972, Sovereign England, SVNA 7251

    Hipgnosis cover art!
    Peter Banks, g and Tony Kaye, kb Ex-Yes.
    Engineered by Martin Birch at De Lane Lea Studios Wembley 1971
    Produced by Derek Lawrence (Wishbone Ash, Deep Purple)
    The better "Yes" or no?
    Listen to "Dreams Of Heaven" B1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRKLpK2WTzU

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    Peter Banks, Two Sides Of, 1973, Sovereign Capitol USA, SMAS 11217

    In fact this is a Jan Akkerman Album. And it's a formidable one. Side 2 is a spontaneous jam.
    We also have contributions by Steve Hackett g and John Whetton (sic!) bass on "Knights" A3.
    Plus Phil Collins drums and Ray Bennett b/Mike Hough dr, members of "Flash" (see last post here)
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    Hubert Laws, In The Beginning, 1974, CTI USA, CTX 3+3, 2LP

    Gene Bertoncini g, master of the acoustic guitar
    Ron Carter b, Steve Gadd dr
    Creed Taylor's records are as masterpiece to hear as they are to see: https://medium.com/@slishpogodi/cti-...s-cdac2e16c534
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    Lucky Peterson, 50 Years Just Warming Up!, 2019, Jazz Village France, 939 703, 2LP

    50 years of warming up. The master of the Hammond organ and the guitars is getting hotter and hotter. Listen to the swinging funky "Clickety Click" B3.
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    The second Flash record, Flash In The Can

    We saw them in 1972 at the Aragon Ballroom, Chicago. They opened followed by Foghat, Dr. Hook & The Kinks.
    Sovereign SMAS 1115
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    Gem

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    We saw them in 1972 at the Aragon Ballroom, Chicago. They opened followed by Foghat, Dr. Hook & The Kinks.
    Sovereign SMAS 1115
    A forgotten gem, isn't it?
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    Thelma Houston & Pressure Cooker, I've Got The Music In Me, 1975, Sheffield Lab 2 USA

    Recorded live from the studio direct to the master disc.
    Some fine instrumental Jazz-excursions by "Pressure Cooker" produced and engineered by Bill Schnee: Larry Knechtel, Michael Omartian, Larry Carlton, Dean Parks, Jim Gordon, Jim Keltner, Jim Horn, Tom Scott et al.
    Listen to B2 "Step in Time".
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    Bright Eyes, The People's Key, 2011, Saddle Creek USA, LBJ 158, Plus CD

    Perfectly haptic amusement for your eyes and ears.
    Conor Oberst, Mike Mogis, Nathaniel Walcott
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    Brian Auger, Back To The Beginning, 2015, Freestyle UK, FSRLP 108, 2LP

    Ein Feuerwerk von grossartigen Tracks. Listen to A4 "Black Cat". Vocals by "The Master" himself, quite unusually.
    Listen to the fantastic 1969 live version in German TV "Beat Club" here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=numdC2ch_HI
    feat: The Molly Malloy Dancers!
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    Found this on the list of New releases at Qobuz yesterday -
    a high Resolution take on the soon to be released album:
    Steve Hackett - Genesis Revisited Live: Seconds Out
    I played a couple tracks - Firth of Fifth; and The Cinema Show -
    and found them to be quite amazing and sonically rich!

    I saw the original Genesis Seconds Out tour back in '76, and these recordings
    are a magnificent tribute to those shows ... They nailed it!

    I've got a raspberry Pi mini-computer set up with PiCorePlayer and a small display,
    I can control it with my iPhone and select sources, tracks, etc ...
    the Pi USB output feeds the Topping DAC underneath,
    then into an Acurus RL-11 preamp and Jolida 502CRC tube amp,
    then on to a pair of updated Heath Valencias.

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    Hello Heather

    I just saw that tour! Check out Genesis Revisited and if you have never seen Steve Hackett make a point to do so!! Well worth it his band is arguably better than the original. I saw the original tour as well at Forest Hills stadium.

    Rob
    "I could be arguing in my spare time"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robh3606 View Post
    Hello Heather

    I just saw that tour! Check out Genesis Revisited and if you have never seen Steve Hackett make a point to do so!! Well worth it his band is arguably better than the original. I saw the original tour as well at Forest Hills stadium.

    Rob
    Seems I missed them - they played the DC stop in May ...
    but sounded like an amazing show!
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    Mark-Almond, 1973, 1973, Columbia USA, KC 32486

    Side A) live. Jon Mark and Johnny Almond ex-Mayall.
    Listen to A1 "Get Yourself Together". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RTSyP93_U0
    Interesting rediscovery. One from the heart for your eyes and ears.
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    Lindisfarne, Fog On The Tyne, 1971, Philips Germany, 6369 914

    Produced at Trident Studios in Soho by American record producer Bob Johnston (for Columbia records: Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Simon&Garfunkel, Leonard Cohen). Cit: Leonard Cohen by Wikipedia:
    Bob Johnston was very sophisticated. His hospitality was extremely refined. It wasn't just a matter of turning on the machines. He created an atmosphere in the studio that really invited you to do your best, stretch out, do another take, an atmosphere that was free from judgment, free from criticism, full of invitation, full of affirmation. Just the way he'd move while you were singing: He'd dance for you. So, it wasn't all just as laissezfaire as that. Just as art is the concealment of art, laissezfaire is the concealment of tremendous generosity that he was sponsoring in the studio.
    — Leonard Cohen quoted in The Stranger Music of Leonard Cohen by William Ruhlmann, Goldmine
    This album was the breakthrough of Lindisfarne. Listen to chart hit "Meet me on the corner" A1, sung by Ray Jackson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYidANOp6Yg
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    Karl Ratzer, In Search Of The Ghost, 1978, Vanguard USA, VSD 79407

    Karl Ratzer from Wien Austria. Ex Gipsy Love et al. A chameleon of Jazz guitar playing because of his ethnic roots.
    Produced by Danny Weiss (Larry Coryell). Jeremy Steig fl, Bill McPhearson sax, Joe Chambers dr, eddie Gomez b, Ray Mantilla perc.
    Listen to the funky one B1 "Jump Street":
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kMCfgIoonw
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