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To Wednesdays~

Clink,
ahhhhhhh

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Jethro Tull

The 40th anniversary edition of "Aqualung" to be precise. I recently came across a beautiful little windfall of free vinyl a couple weeks back--one of the houses in my 'hood had a bunch of old LPs on the front lawn (among other stuff that failed to catch my eye) with a sign that said "Free, Please Take!". Which I did and came home with a nice armful of nigh-mint condition records (not the sleeves, though). Amongst my haul was 2 Tull LPs, "Aqualung" and "A Passion Play." I snagged the 40th anniversary edition from the library but haven't listened to the actual record yet.

I should list the haul in its entirety in that new "vinyl fanatics" thread. And I should get back to listening to them when I have the time. To see these records, you'd think they were brand new!

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yonder

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8aEvRJPwE0

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GOGD

6/03/76 Paramount Theatre What a perfect time to resume their odyssey - it seems I'm always listening to '72, '69, '77 at this time of year, and then this rascal comes along for the old knuckle-curve-splitter!!!

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Psychedelic Sunday

Q107 in Toronto. Anything and everything from 65 to 75.
Last 3 tunes

Santana- Soul Sacrifice
Lighthouse- One Fine Morning
Supertramp- Hide In Your Shell

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Who Killed Uncle John?

- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGURWAkJP18

beautiful.....thanks, David

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RE: cake of Dead?

Lad

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That new John Fogerty album

I keep telling myself that I won't get sucked into another "duets" album, or another "tribute" album, and then I get sucked in anyway. This one is kind of a hybrid of the two, so there's my excuse. And also kind of a self-tribute album, isn't it? Fogerty plays Fogerty, with guest stars? Throwing yourself a fabulous birthday party, so to speak (Happy Birthday, John Fogerty, 3 days late)?

It's hard to beat the songs, though, and these "covers" for the most part sound great.

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cake or Dead?

always nice to see an Izzard quote here Parkas4Kids.
good lad! or lass!

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Sea Level

Very recent two-fer reissue of "Cats On the Coast" & "On the Edge" (1977/1978) Spectacular sound! Randall Bramblett played on these records and he's touring now. A curiosity, no?

I just saw on Hittinthenote release info for the 40th anni of Bros & Sistas - take a look at the fourth offering, very nice and a bargain, too.

Don't forget to listen to 5/31/69 - one of the best of the year!!!

Salud.

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