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its the Friday of the Memorial Holiday weekend. In Michigan this day meant Eddie Money. Eddie opened the music venue Pine Knob now called DTE Energy Music Theatre in Clarkston for 28 straight years dating back to 1992 - always on the Friday of the holiday weekend. Eddie called Michigan his Rock n Roll home away from home and played in over 50 different venues throughout the state during his career. Heres The Party Eddie !

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I cannot make a craft beer post to Q Q. HeadGames.......... to say the least

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I used to love this album when I was drinking beer, or not. In fact, it was my favorite Foreigner album up, until, I heard Foreigner 4 in surround. Now, whatever the temperature of the beer is, I can still enjoy a nice, tall and refreshing glass of brewski and Foreigner. 😂
 

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After playing the HiRez variations first, I tried the Bernie Grundman mastered CD. Best of the bunch though I wish the drums had the wallop of Eddie Kramer’s 5.1 mix, and BG’s mastering should have been on the Bluray in 24/96.
Don’t normally like demos, the ones on disc two are very good, worth hearing.
Will get to the live disc eventually.
 

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Barbra Streisand THE BROADWAY ALBUM [Columbia] IMO, one of Bab's greatest EVENT albums where she not only hits all the right notes but soars like a eagle on Stephen Soundheim's Pretty Women/The Ladies That Lunch medley, Somewhere from West Side Story [AMAZING!] and Soundheim's Send In The Clowns. In fact, every song is a treasure and the orchestrations from Richard Baskin, Peter Matz, David Foster and Jeremy Lubbock are in a word SENSATIONAL. Why Columbia/SONY never afforded this masterpiece a hi res 5.1 or stereo SACD release is criminal. This magnificent album deserves to be heard in the highest fidelity! And did I mention, Stevie Wonder stops by to solo [harmonica] on the Gershwin Medley!


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As a huge Babs fan, I agree. There have been high-res DualDiscs of Guilty I & II, as well as an SACD multi of Movie Album. Lots of Quads, too. If she deigned that it needs to be done, then it would be so. And, yes Broadway is one of her best.

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Best of Tom Ze (Brazil Classics 4)
Johann Strauss: Famous Waltzes - Franz Bauer-Theussl/Wiener Volksopernorchester
Mercy, Mercy, Mercy - Cannonball Adderley w/Zawinul
Warner Years - Miles UK 5 CD
Have been wanting to revisit this 5 CD UK box for weeks. 4-ears' Miles post reminded me. So, I've begun. Bought all these on CD when first released and DVD-A of Tutu. I'll likely skip Tutu tracks in favor of DVD-A. Lots of guest appearances by Miles included.

 

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Picked up the CD release of Susan Jacks "Dream". I mentioned the LP in the RIP Susan Jacks thread as being my favourite release of hers. I have always been dumfounded that this was never released outside of Canada! Casino Records was folded in 1978, apparently it took Susan until 2014 to get control of her album. The CD was sourced from vinyl but is still of good quality. It must have been originally sold through her website, now defunct.
 

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More purchases from Cherry Red. Rachel Sweet "The complete STIFF Recordings 1978-1980". I purchased the first album in 1978 as an import on white vinyl. I hadn't even heard it before but everything else that I had ever listened to on the Stiff label was excellent. I wasn't disappointed! Reading the liner notes apparently it was remixed for American release, WHY?!!

The second album "Fool Around" got some FM radio airplay. I seem to recall the DJ saying that she looked 12 but sounded 24! Both albums are here plus bonus tracks!
 

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An Apple a day... This is one that I first heard by downloading from Napster. I even myself burned a copy onto CD. Well I'm legit now with this digipak copy on Grape Fruit from Cherry Red.

It's psychedelic, garage band sound with a touch of Beatles you just can't miss. My favourite track is "Dr. Rock". I wonder if that track was pure fiction or based on a real DJ/Doctor? That scenario seems rather unlikely that one would be a Doctor by day and DJ by night, but very cool!
 

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