The recently bought records topic

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Postby Indian Summer on Mon Oct 16, 2006 10:44 am

Ciao to you too! :D

About great music; I just went home after I bought 2 cd's.
They are two classic ones:

*Jimi Hendrix - Are You Experienced?
*The Stooges - Raw Power

I will listen to them in my Onkyo set (great sound, plays every cd in DVD quality) and play them loud.
God, there is nothing better then some good ol' rock.

Australia? Nice country, I have some family over there.
If I visit Rome, I'll walk into your friends 'horror' shop.

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Postby psychhead on Tue Oct 17, 2006 3:51 pm

8) :D :D :wink: Yeah...viva good 'ol non-whimpy rock music any day!!! 8). There are many people from the Netherlands in Australia....my best mate in high school was Eddy Tapp from Rotterdam...I used to go out with his beautiful sister...what beautiful girls the Netherlands have :twisted: :wink: :D :D .
Do you know Dario Argento and his movies? If you ever go to Rome, be sure not to miss his horror shop...it's an AWESOME experience!


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Indian Summer wrote:Ciao to you too! :D

About great music; I just went home after I bought 2 cd's.
They are two classic ones:

*Jimi Hendrix - Are You Experienced?
*The Stooges - Raw Power

I will listen to them in my Onkyo set (great sound, plays every cd in DVD quality) and play them loud.
God, there is nothing better then some good ol' rock.

Australia? Nice country, I have some family over there.
If I visit Rome, I'll walk into your friends 'horror' shop.

Cheers
Psychedelic music is IN with time!!
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Postby Indian Summer on Sat Oct 21, 2006 6:21 am

Thanks Psychhead!

I just received a message that the postman will give me a 'Ten Years After - A Space In Time' copy today.
Have you ever heard that classic?
It's a bit different compared to other TYA albums and it's really psychadelic!

What do you all think about the band/certain albums?
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Postby psychhead on Sun Oct 22, 2006 10:51 am

I really dig Alvin Lee and TYA and always will!!! I know all their songs and I've got most of their albums!!! Alvin's a HUGE axeman!!! :wink: :D
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Postby freakmeout on Wed Oct 25, 2006 1:29 pm

I just recently bought "Frizzle Fry" by Primus which is very good, and I recommend it. Reminds me a little bit of Zappa only metal-y.

I have zillions of albums on my wish list, some of which I've seen and could not afford and so I fear I will never see them again such as:

Pixies: "Surfer Rosa"
Phish: "Junta"
David Bowie: 'Hunky Dory"
The Grateful Dead movie soundtrack
Captain Beefheart: "Ice Cream for crows" or whatever the fuck it's called
Talking Heads: "Fear Of Music"

I'm such a greedy child.
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Postby pandalove on Thu Oct 26, 2006 9:01 pm

'Shiek Yerbouti'. i finally got it on cd. i am in love.
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Postby Indian Summer on Sat Oct 28, 2006 2:15 pm

Just received JA's 'Long John Silver' and I'm happy with it.
I listened alot to this album (since I had it on mp3) and there are several great tracks.
The more I listen to it, the better it gets!

@ Psychhead: Alvin is great....what do you think of 'Rock N' Roll Music To The World'?
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Postby Shadow_of_A_Doubt- on Sat Oct 28, 2006 3:08 pm

The last record I bought was Fleetwood Mac's Rumors. I have owned the stock copy for years but Ive found it on white vinyl so I bought it. Also on that same trip to the music store I bought Ike and Tina Turners's Dynamite album, Boston~ Boston on picture disc, Blondie ~ Parallel Lines on picture disc. This all was like 2 weeks ago. I try to stay away from cd's as much as I can.
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Postby Indian Summer on Sun Oct 29, 2006 5:54 am

I try to stay away from cd's as much as I can.


Hahahaha, that's not easy....at least not for me! 8)
There are so much cd's I'd like to have and I'm getting more and more into music these days.
The local record store is more dangerous to me than most drugs are.
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Postby freakmeout on Sun Nov 05, 2006 10:14 am

Dweezil Zappa- Go With What You Know (it's great, he does a mighty cool version of "Peaches En Regalia")
Stravinsky- A best of that has Rite of Spring, Firebird and a few other peices (also great)
Phish- New Years Eve 1995- OHMYGODOHMYGODOHMYGOD they need to get back together and play a show in my yard.
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Postby psychhead on Sun Nov 05, 2006 2:15 pm

:D I love that song, but my fave remains "I'd love to change the world" because the lyrics and arrangements are surreal!! 8)

Indian Summer wrote:Just received JA's 'Long John Silver' and I'm happy with it.
I listened alot to this album (since I had it on mp3) and there are several great tracks.
The more I listen to it, the better it gets!

@ Psychhead: Alvin is great....what do you think of 'Rock N' Roll Music To The World'?
Psychedelic music is IN with time!!
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Postby psychhead on Sun Nov 05, 2006 2:18 pm

:D 8) Yeah, it's like the Net........ADDICTIVE!

Indian Summer wrote:
I try to stay away from cd's as much as I can.


Hahahaha, that's not easy....at least not for me! 8)
There are so much cd's I'd like to have and I'm getting more and more into music these days.
The local record store is more dangerous to me than most drugs are.
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Postby Robert Meyer on Mon Nov 06, 2006 4:52 am

I recently bought the "Too Much To Dream" and "Mass In F-Minor" CDs by the Electric Prunes and they sounded as good as ever, even after all those years. Also got The Town Criers "Live In San Francisco" (Marty's pre-JA folk group). Seems like it was between 1963 & '64. Even if you're not turned on by late 50s / early 60s folkie stuff, I think it would be worth it just to hear Marty joking around with the group and the audience as he introduces each song.
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Postby Robert Meyer on Mon Nov 06, 2006 5:14 am

About the Dead:

I was a huge fan of the first 4 albums (especially knocked out by "Anthem of the Sun"), but it took a while to warm up to the semi-country sound of the LPs "Workingman's Dead" and "American Beauty." I saw the Dead (plus the Fish) at the June 19, 1970 Mid-South Coliseum in Memphis. I wrote a review of that concert and posted it on the " http://www.dead.net " (if anyone wants to see it, I think it's still there). At the time, I think it was just before "Workingman's Dead" was going to be released, so I was a bit puzzled as to much of what they were playing was.
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Postby Robert Meyer on Mon Nov 06, 2006 5:31 am

Stravinsky is great! I always that there was an spiritual connection between "The Rite Of Spring" and TS Eliot's poem "The Waste Land" and I found out in Ackroyd's bio of Eliot that he saw the ballet in Paris while he was working on the poem. In fact, just a few weeks ago I found out the Eliot wrote a review of ballet on the NYC newspaper "The Dial" and he praised it.
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