Listening now to this stereo/mono CD.

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Hamilton59

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Happy Sunday People !

I’m on my second run through of this great new box set...

Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young - Deja Vu - 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

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Thoroughly enjoyable and sounds GREAT ! You really have to crank up the volume to get it to a listenable level. Very nice. Lots of extras on the three additional CDs. Highly recommended!
 

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Mohammad el Bakkar was a highly talented Lebanese singer , composer , actor and band leader. A very interesting life story, cut short suddenly.
Six stereo LPs issued by Audio Fidelity.
 

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Hey Gene I have that Port Said record picked up in a thrift store. Might have others of him I would pick up records for interesting covers particularly of girls what can I say.
There is a quad belly dancing music record but I never found a copy.
 

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I had the album but it may have been borrowed and returned to its original owner. (50 years ago). It was one of the albums that started my interest in what is now called world music. Of course the picture of Nejla Ates is nice too. She also has some wiki pages and an interesting but sad life.
 

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Mott the Hoople - The Hoople

Iconoclassic version. First MTH album I've ever heard.
Pretty much what I expected, sounds kind of loose and sloppy, sound not great on the main album, Vic Anesini's bonus tracks are better. And have to say, I don't think much of Ian Hunter as a singer.
But, it's definitely a product of the era, and despite its warts I enjoyed it.
 
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