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Ego/Flintstone Boy - Elton John 45
Beatles' Movie Medley 45
1984/I Got a Line/Elijah - Spirit German 12" EP from Thirteenth Dream


Tuli & Friends - Tuli Kupferberg
Live - Buddy Miles 2 LP
Bend Me, Shape Me - American Breed autographed by all 4 guys. RIP Gary Loizzo
Get That Feeling - Jimi Hendrix & Curtis Knight Capitol 7" reel 3 3/4

 

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Get That Feeling - Jimi Hendrix & Curtis Knight Capitol 7" reel 3 3/4

I'd never seen that album before, but when I looked on Discogs I thought that track listing seems familiar. The scans below are of a budget LP I bought circa 1971 (so I was 14) for around £0.50 probably from a Woolworth's store, some of the tracks look similar and I wonder if they are. It does seem to be stereo enhanced mono in a few places!
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Those tracks appeared in various releases. I believe Get That Feeling was the original release. There was also Flashing a year or two later. I rebought both on this CD, also available as 2 LP's:

 

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Pentangle - Basket of Light
My favourite super-group. So glad I got to see them live on their reunion tour.
The duelling guitars of Bert Jansch & John Renbourn are 👌
Bert Jansch's music is a big hole in my music collection!

Maybe you could recommend some titles for me to check out?

I always knew Jimmy Page was a big fan of his.

 

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Bert Jansch's music is a big hole in my music collection!

Maybe you could recommend some titles for me to check out?

I always knew Jimmy Page was a big fan of his.

Yes Page 'borrowed' Blackwater Side by Jansch for Black Mountain Side on Led Zep I.
Jack Orion and Bert & John are great early/mid 60s albums of his, as is L.A Turnaround from ~73. All of Pentangle's albums from 67-72 are worth hearing. Haven't really heard his later stuff.
 

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Yesterday I attended the wonderful Vinyl Therapy in a lovely south London pub. The theme was 'smokin'. You play three tracks within the theme, but I got there early so was allowed 4:
Otis Redding: Cigarettes and Coffee
Dave Pike: I Love My Cigar
Sub Sub with Tricky: Smoking Beagles
Siouxsie & the Banshees: Nicotine Stains
My only disappointment was the pub ceiling wasn't brown from tobacco.

I'm aware of a similar event for shellac, which is fairly niche, I wonder if any exist for quad vinyl?
 

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Dave Pike! Have been meaning to spin Pike's Peak CD.

Love that Borboletta in the original foil cover. One of his better albums, though certainly not his best.

lately:

Fleetwood Mac 180g from super duper box

I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water - Lou Rawls & Les McCann Ltd.


Best of Bee Gees 2 LP French '75 comp


Below the Salt promo - Steeleye Span
conversations here made me spin this

 

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Viva Tirado - El Chicano

Beatles VI 2ch

Two Tone - John Klemmer & Eddie Harris


Together - Chuck Mangione & Rochester Philharmonic 2 LP


Satie: Piano Works - Entremont Columbia Mastersound

 

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Tampa Red featuring Johnny Jones 1944-52 UK LP


Metal Box - PIL 4 LP


Greatest Hits - Chubby Checker 2 LP ABKCO '72 original hits compilation

 
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