What LPs have you listened to recently?

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Toni Rambold

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« Reply #8260 on: 22 Aug 2020, 04:18 pm »
Renaissance: Scheherazade



Toni Rambold

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« Reply #8261 on: 22 Aug 2020, 08:24 pm »
Deep Purple



Toni Rambold

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« Reply #8262 on: 23 Aug 2020, 12:25 am »
Deep Purple in Rock



Toni Rambold

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« Reply #8263 on: 23 Aug 2020, 01:30 pm »
The Who: Who's Next



John Gallup

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« Reply #8264 on: 25 Aug 2020, 05:30 am »
A classic, this never gets old.

This less-well-known effort from the same era is terrific as well, but a bit hard to find in vinyl. What is the veedon fleece? I don't know.
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John Gallup

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« Reply #8265 on: 25 Aug 2020, 05:33 am »
Youg, accompanying himself on piano and guitar, performs his great numbers from this era flawlessly on this two-disk set that gives a complete concert. The sound is crisp.
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Will P

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« Reply #8266 on: 25 Aug 2020, 06:23 am »
Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon





I let the turntable just spin while the CD player played . . .  :thumb:

michaelweiss

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« Reply #8267 on: 1 Oct 2020, 10:04 pm »
Just spreading the word about this all analog double LP set. Gary Salstrom supervised QRP pressings are dead quiet. Only 200 copies remain.
www.michaelweiss.info/recordings.htm

 

Swann36

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Re: What LPs have you listened to recently?
« Reply #8268 on: 15 Oct 2020, 01:22 pm »
Buddy Rich Just in Time the final recording

Recorded over 2 nights, 19th & 20th November 1986, at Ronnie Scott's in London, UK, this is the final ever recording of the legendary, influential drummer, whose impact across Rock, Funk and Soul, as well as Jazz, is unrivalled to this day. I think it is safe to say at this point in time that Buddy Rich does not need an introduction. The man is considered by most to be one of, if not THE best drummer to ever exist. The bloke had incredible speed, power and had so much technique that he still blows the minds of people whether they're an amateur or a professional.

This is a great recording, by a great live band led by the world's greatest drummer. As this turned out to be Buddy's last recording it is a fitting tribute. He was still at the top of his game months before he was taken from us, he is still missed! This triple album was put together by his family after years of working to get this live recording out, as ownership of Buddys music is rather complicated i understand.

Over 3 LPs ..Wind Machine, Night Blood, Ready Mix, The Trolley Song, Winding Way, Harco Shuffle, Just In Time, Loose, Love For Sale, Shawnee, Up Jumped Spring, Why Bother?, Porgy and Bess, Twisted (feat. Cathy Rich), Good News (feat. Steve Marcus) [Part 1],  Good News (feat. Steve Marcus) [Part 2]

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« Reply #8269 on: 15 Oct 2020, 01:33 pm »
Daft Punk - RAM. Slapped this on for fun last night. The dynamics on this LP are scary. It's basically sound effects not really music, in my opinion, but holy crap!