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Hamilton59

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Good Thursday Morning People !

Starting the day off with some fairly early....

Pink Floyd - BBC Sessions '71

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I picked this disc this morning because of the 15 minute version of "Fat Old Sun", one of my favorite David Gilmour songs!
 

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Now listening to a great CD....

Bonnie Raitt - Slipstream

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I saw her perform "Not cause I wanted to" on the Craig Ferguson show and ordered this CD the next day...very nice !

But it is mixed too loudly...
 
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The Angels - Face To Face

(2008) Albert Productions

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Face to Face is the second studio album by Australian hard rock band, the Angels, which was released in June 1978. It was co-produced by the band with Mark Opitz, which peaked at No. 18 on the Kent Music Report Albums Chart. For shipment of 280,000 copies, it was accredited as 4× platinum.

The international version was released in March 1980 under the band name, Angel City, as a compilation of tracks from both the Australian version of Face to Face and from their third studio album, No Exit (June 1979). It also included a re-recorded version of "Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again", which had been issued as their debut single in March 1976 from their first album, The Angels.

The album cover was designed by Peter Ledger and won the King of Pop award for 'Best Album Cover Design' in 1978. In October 2010, Face to Face was listed in the book, 100 Best Australian Albums. The international version of album was reissued on CD by Rock Candy Records in 2011.
 

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With my CDJapan order I got a few reissue CD's, they are not SHM CD's.
But, some can be hard to find anywhere and they are not expensive. I always wanted this one, fun as a blast from the past. DR's are 10's, 11's, 12's. Mono and stereo cuts.
Crazy World Of Arthur Brown.
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Kim Carnes - Mistaken Identity

(1981) EMI America

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Mistaken Identity is the sixth studio album by American singer Kim Carnes. It was released in April 1981 by EMI America Records. The album spent four weeks at number one on the Billboard 200, and was subsequently certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). It was nominated for the Grammy Award for Album of the Year.

The album's lead single "Bette Davis Eyes" peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for nine non-consecutive weeks and topped the Hot 100 year-end chart of 1981. Follow-up singles "Draw of the Cards" and "Mistaken Identity" reached numbers 28 and 60 on the Billboard Hot 100, respectively.
 

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Ambrosia - Self-Titled

(1975) 20th Century Fox

I opened it up while using Auromatic (Auro-3D)

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Ambrosia is the self-titled debut album by Ambrosia. It was released in 1975 on 20th Century Fox Records. It spawned the top 20 chart single "Holdin' on to Yesterday" as well as the minor hit "Nice, Nice, Very Nice". The latter sets to music the lyrics to a poem in Kurt Vonnegut's Cat's Cradle. The album was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Engineered Recording (other than Classical). Alan Parsons was the mixdown engineer for Ambrosia's first album and the producer for their second.
 

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The Fixx - Reach The beach

(2003) MCA Remaster

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Reach the Beach is the second studio album by British new wave band the Fixx, released on 15 May 1983. It was the group's most successful album, reaching No. 8 on the Billboard albums chart and eventually selling one million copies in the United States alone. The album was certified Platinum by the RIAA. It was certified platinum in Canada in November 1983.

Reach the Beach contains their best-known and highest charting single, "One Thing Leads to Another", which reached No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100.
 

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The Tubes - Remote Control

(2017) A&M Records / Caroline International

I have all three copies of this album that were released on the compact disc format and this one sounds the best.

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Remote Control is the fourth studio album released by the Tubes. This was their first to be produced by Todd Rundgren (the other being 1985's Love Bomb). It is a concept album about a television-addicted idiot savant.

Producer Todd Rundgren suggested that the next work be a concept album. Lead singer Fee Waybill sketched out a storyline based on his favorite book, Being There by Jerzy Kosinski. "It wasn't an original concept," he admits, but "I tried to make it more contemporary." Rundgren encouraged the musical adaptation, and thrust himself into the project, as was his style: "Every song has so much of him," marveled Prairie Prince.
 
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