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jimbofisher

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Today I am getting ready for Glastonbury so playing a selection of music I hope to see there

Jack White - Lazaretto

Haim - Days Are Going

Dexys - Don't Stand Me Down

Arcade Fire - Reflektor

Warpaint - Warpaint

Parquet Courts - Sunbathing Animal
 

Milo_Myage

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Last week my girlfriend surprised me with a couple of records she'd found while out shopping, the best of Andy Williams she later confessed was really for her but Toto - IV was all mine.

It's taking all my restraint not to just skip to Africa.
 

survivor

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Milo_Myage said:
Last week my girlfriend surprised me with a couple of records she'd found while out shopping, the best of Andy Williams she later confessed was really for her but Toto - IV was all mine.

It's taking all my restraint not to just skip to Africa.
Don`t skip! You`ll miss `I Won`t Hold You Back`, a sadly forgotten gem.

P.S. A very decent girlfriend to bring back some records. A keeper I`d say.
 

DIB

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I'm a huge WT fan, and I've bought the first three of this years re-issues. Top quality pressings, great packaging, and most importantly great blues rock if you're into that sort of thing. Re-issue no.4 due in July, duly ordered.

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Charlie Jefferson

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Last night and this evening:

Modern Music - Be Bop Deluxe

Neu 2

Chopin's Nocturnes - Arthur Rubenstein

The Bush Chemists In Dub

Blue Bell Knoll - Cocteau Twins

Illinoise - Sufjan Stevens

Fear Of Music - Talking Heads
 

Waxy

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Deep Purple - Made In Japan :rockout:

Nebula/ Lowrider split EP :bounce:

Cynic - Traced In Air :dance:

Crippled Black Phoenix - White Light Generator :cheers:

edit: and a bit of Baroness - Blue Record before bedtime :wave:
 

Jim-W

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Today:

Jackson C Frank-Jackson C Frank.

Throwing Muses-'The Real Ramona.'

Throwing Muses-'Hunkpapa.'

Stephen Stills Manassas-self-titled. When I was a young jumbucky, I always preferred Neil Young's records but I've changed my mind recently:I think Stills made the stronger and more durable albums. Or maybe I've just outgrown Neil. Dunno.

The Jess Roden Band-''Keep Your Hat On.' Great singer. Great musicians. He should have been huge. All of his records are worth hearing.

Bunny Wailer-'Blackheart Man.' Still a huge favourite.
 

Lost Angeles

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Led Zeppelin 2 Companion disc. I really enjoyed this, nice to hear Livin,lovin maid without the vocals.
Also Led Zeppelin 3

Joe Bonamassa You and Me,

Mistreated from Deep Purple Burn.

A nice way to spend a wet morning, I started with some Thea Gilmore but that was not off vinyl but it warmed the system up.

I also played this



From 1970, sounds fabulous.
 

Waxy

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Van Morrison - Astral Weeks

Bombay Jazz Palace - compilation

Gentle Giant - Octopus

St Mikael - In Harmony
 

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