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pirateflynn, July 22, 2012 in Hamer Fan Club Messageboard
By the beard of Zeus, Dave! Are there ANY bands from the present millennium that you listen to? Ain't bustin' on ya, just wondering...(he says, as he follows up with a post of 38yr-old music, hahahaaaaaahhhhh!
Got this 2 LP set recently. Really for the Big Star nerd/completest, not unlike the Deep Purple Complete Japan Concerts CDs from a decade ago.
NOT for parties, LOL! Great way to clear the house of stragglers, though.
On 21.12.2016 at 2:01 PM, mrjamiam said:
Spinned on new years night party, original LP on turntable! Created some hot legs on the dance floor.
We'd been partying records only various times in recent years. I'm always surprised who's still owning records and bringing them in. This time I even had not to de-construct my own stereo. A friend of mine had a combined set fully dusted resting in his son's room. Little clean-up and it made the Ballroom Blitz!
For myself, I had just bought two LPs from Golden Earring ('75, '86).
A Texas country legend playing a tune from his 1981 Floyd Tillman and Friends album.
Going heavy tonight...
Some Twilight Singers, coffee - and an imaginative cigarette.
The Cramps debut, Stones Blue &bLonesome doesn't leave the CD player or iPod, and this one:
In a fit of eclecticism I spun Buddy Rich's 1966 "Swingin' New Big Band" followed by The Stones' "Let It Bleed". Here are sample cuts:
This. Been in ECM kinda mood lately.
The other guy is Rufus Taylor. His son. He also plays The Darkness.
btw. Queen are playing a 25 US tour this summer.
Spun two albums yesterday afternoon. First, continuing my Rolling Stones binge with Tatto You in great condition, an LP rescued from Value Village for $1. You don't usually find popular albums from iconic bands in thrift shops in playable condition, but somehow this one was there waiting for me. Great sound quality too. The album starts off with "Start Me Up." I really like this album.
I followed that with Linda Ronstadt's Greatest Hits vol. 1. This one brought back a lot of memories including a cover band I was in in SoCal in 1976. We did a lot of California rock--Eagles, Jackson Brown, Linda Ronstadt, etc.
... also left me with a bit of melancholy as she has Parkinsons and can't perform anymore. What a talent and set of pipes she had!
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