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Posted: Apr 24, 2004 - 10:47pm

Geed wrote:
A wee bit dry.
Gift horse, etc.

Yes, Montreal has a nice street too with lots of second hand vinyl/CD shops... Love'm...
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Posted: Apr 24, 2004 - 10:45pm

RichardPrins wrote:
Got around 500 and managed to get those in 80-86, after that it was CD only...


Good job. Great stores here in Ottawa for old vinyl. 50 cents to a buck a piece for a lot of them.

I found a 30 yr old joint in one of mine one day. A wee bit dry.
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Posted: Apr 24, 2004 - 10:45pm

Geed wrote:

What do we have here?...not familiar.


Swiss Movement
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Posted: Apr 24, 2004 - 10:42pm

Platypus wrote:
wow. and here, i thought i was tough sh*t with about 150 in my collection.
Got around 500 and managed to get those in 80-86, after that it was CD only...
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Posted: Apr 24, 2004 - 10:40pm

n4ku wrote:


That one's on my list of CDs to buy. Thanks to Hippie for the upload of Compared To What.


What do we have here?...not familiar.
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Posted: Apr 24, 2004 - 10:36pm

n4ku wrote:

That one's on my list of CDs to buy. Thanks to Hippie for the upload of Compared To What.


about a week after he told me about the album, i stumbled onto an absolutely pristeen copy on vinyl at a flea market near DC - think i got it for about $2.
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Posted: Apr 24, 2004 - 10:34pm

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AMG:
Live albums, by and large, are a dime a dozen -- inconsequential souvenirs designed to placate fans awaiting new studio material, they rarely if ever shed new light on the artist in question; rarer still is their ability to approximate the energy and excitement of the concert setting itself. Spiritualized's transcendent Royal Albert Hall October 10 1997 is the proverbial exception that proves the rule, a revelatory two-disc collection which captures the group at the peak of their powers, somehow translating the hypnotic power and epic majesty of their live set onto vinyl. Rejecting the inane between-song stage patter common to most live performers, Jason Pierce instead weaves his music together into an unbroken tapestry of sound, casting a spell which ebbs and flows with narcotic beauty and intensity; even the most familiar selections (like "Shine a Light," "Take Your Time," and "Medication," all frequent inclusions on other Spiritualized live EPs and bootlegs) pulsate with new life, their melodies as likely to set off on a meditative drift as they are to erupt in blasts of white noise. Granted, Royal Albert Hall isn't a substitute for the experience of actually catching the group in the flesh -- what is? -- but like so few other concert LPs, it actually rises above its conceptual limitations, forever capturing a singular moment in time and space when Spiritualized was unquestionably the greatest rock & roll band in the world.
What?Lack of money and plenty of acid coming out of Kent State U....we WERE live in concert,front and center...spell is right...forever.

And if you love live music, you can't do without http://www.sharingthegroove.org

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Posted: Apr 24, 2004 - 10:34pm

Geed wrote:

I loved the vinyl. Between the wife and I we still have over 1000 albums here at the house.


wow. and here, i thought i was tough sh*t with about 150 in my collection.

---
everybody should seriously follow RicharPrins' link to SharingTheGroove - amazing resource, and the next wave of "p2p" as well.
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Posted: Apr 24, 2004 - 10:33pm

Platypus wrote:
thanks to Hippie for turning me on to this one:


tremendous!


That one's on my list of CDs to buy. Thanks to Hippie for the upload of Compared To What.
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Posted: Apr 24, 2004 - 10:31pm

thanks to Hippie for turning me on to this one:


tremendous!
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Posted: Apr 24, 2004 - 10:24pm

Platypus wrote:


heheh. i've got that one too. is it just me, or does it seem like most of these great live albums are from the glorious days of vinyl? (maybe that's just my own slant)

i'm sure Jrz will appreciate this one:

though not one of my all-time favorites, i must admit to getting several years of fun out of it.

don't bogart...


I loved the vinyl. Between the wife and I we still have over 1000 albums here at the house. Still fire them up from time to time. Went through 3 copies of Woodstock. (Beer and falling on the turntable, probable causes).
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Posted: Apr 24, 2004 - 10:23pm

Platy... try this one for a non-vinyl show...


AMG:
Live albums, by and large, are a dime a dozen -- inconsequential souvenirs designed to placate fans awaiting new studio material, they rarely if ever shed new light on the artist in question; rarer still is their ability to approximate the energy and excitement of the concert setting itself. Spiritualized's transcendent Royal Albert Hall October 10 1997 is the proverbial exception that proves the rule, a revelatory two-disc collection which captures the group at the peak of their powers, somehow translating the hypnotic power and epic majesty of their live set onto vinyl. Rejecting the inane between-song stage patter common to most live performers, Jason Pierce instead weaves his music together into an unbroken tapestry of sound, casting a spell which ebbs and flows with narcotic beauty and intensity; even the most familiar selections (like "Shine a Light," "Take Your Time," and "Medication," all frequent inclusions on other Spiritualized live EPs and bootlegs) pulsate with new life, their melodies as likely to set off on a meditative drift as they are to erupt in blasts of white noise. Granted, Royal Albert Hall isn't a substitute for the experience of actually catching the group in the flesh -- what is? -- but like so few other concert LPs, it actually rises above its conceptual limitations, forever capturing a singular moment in time and space when Spiritualized was unquestionably the greatest rock & roll band in the world.


And if you love live music, you can't do without http://www.sharingthegroove.org
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Posted: Apr 24, 2004 - 10:19pm

Geed wrote:
Still love this. Highlights - Jimi, CSN&Y, Ten Years After, Santana, County Joe, Sly & The Family Stone, Joe Cocker, Jefferson Airplane and of course Max Yasgar.


heheh. i've got that one too. is it just me, or does it seem like most of these great live albums are from the glorious days of vinyl? (maybe that's just my own slant)

i'm sure Jrz will appreciate this one:


though not one of my all-time favorites, i must admit to getting several years of fun out of it.

don't bogart...
Geed

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Posted: Apr 24, 2004 - 10:15pm

God, I love this topic...can you tell?



One of the funniest albums I ever heard. The Woodshuck Festival of peace, love and death.

Quotes:
...and remember, the man next to you is your dinner.

...long hair, short hair, what the hell's the difference once the heads blowd off.

...now if we think real hard...maybe we can make it rain. C'mon...MORE RAIN, MORE RAIN...(rain, thunder , lightening). O.K. now wrap yourselves up in some tin foil.

Song quote: ...baby didn't die until we burned up all our wood...considering we ate her raw, she tasted pretty good..........


Contents
SIDE ONE

Stage Announcements, Performed by John Belushi

Lemmings Lament, Lead vocal by Paul Jacobs (as David Crosby); instruments and backup vocals by the cast; written by Paul Jacobs and Sean Kelly

Stage Announcements, Performed by John Belushi

Positively Wall Street, Lead vocal by Christopher Guest (as Bob Dylan); instruments and backup vocals by the cast; written by Paul Jacobs, Christopher Guest, and Sean Kelly

Weather Person, Performed by Garry Goodrow

Pizza Man, Lead vocal by Alice Playten (as Goldie Oldie); instruments and back-up vocals by the cast; written by Christopher Guest, Sean Kelly, and Tony Hendra

Stage Announcements, Performed by John Belushi

Colorado, Lead vocal by Chevy Chase; instruments and backup vocals by the cast; written by Christopher Guest, Sean Kelly, and Tony Hendra

Richie Havens, Performed by Christopher Guest (as Richie Havens)

Crowd Rain Chant, Performed by John Belushi

SIDE TWO

Stage Announcements, Performed by John Belushi

Papa Was a Running Dog Lackey of the Bourgeoisie, Lead vocal by Paul Jacobs; instruments and backup vocals by the cast; written by Paul Jacobs and Tony Hendra

All-Star Dead Band, Performed by John Belushi

Stage Announcements, Performed by John Belushi

Highway Toes, Lead vocal by Christopher Guest (as James Taylor); instruments and backup vocals by the cast; written by Christopher Guest and Sean Kelly

Hell's Angel, Performed by Chevy Chase

Stage Announcements, Performed by John Belushi

Farmer Yassir, Performed by Garry Goodrow

Lonely at the Bottom, Lead vocal by John Belushi (as Joe Cocker); instruments and backup vocals by the cast; written by Paul Jacobs and John Belushi

Megagroupie, Performed by Alice Playten

Megadeath, Lead vocal by John Belushi; instruments and backup vocals by the cast; written by Paul Jacobs and Sean Kelly

Show Credits: Cast: John Belushi, Chevy Chase, Garry Goodrow, Christopher Guest, Paul Jacobs, Mary-Jenifer Mitchell, and Alice Playten; written by members of the cast, inparticular Christopher Guest, Paul Jacobs, and John Belushi, and by Sean Kelly, Tony Hendra, David Axelrod, Anne Beatts, Henry Beard, John Boni, Doug Kenney, and P.J. O'Rourke; produced and directed by Tony Hendra

Album Credits: Produced by Tony Hendra; executive producer: Tommy Lipuma; recorded and edited by Bruce Botnick; musical director: Paul Jacobs; music arranged by Paul Jacobs and Christopher Guest; photography by Lynn Goldsmith; art direction by Michael Gross and David Kaestle

Released on Blue Thumb Records, 1973
Geed

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Posted: Apr 24, 2004 - 10:03pm

Still love this. Highlights - Jimi, CSN&Y, Ten Years After, Santana, County Joe, Sly & The Family Stone, Joe Cocker, Jefferson Airplane and of course Max Yasgar.


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Posted: Apr 24, 2004 - 10:02pm

Geed wrote:


Got engaged at a Dylan concert and saw the band twice. First time was the night before they were inducted in Canadian Music Hall of Fame (Junos). Danko wasn't expected to show due to his son's death the week before and Helm didn't show 'cause he was pissed at Robertson (song royalty issues). They performed at the Houseshoe Tavern on Queen St. in Toronto. Without a doubt, the most fun I've ever had in a bar.



You lucky bastard!
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Posted: Apr 24, 2004 - 9:59pm

RichardPrins wrote:


Great album. D.I.Y. , Biko, and the hoot - I Go Swimming.
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Posted: Apr 24, 2004 - 9:55pm


Geed

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Posted: Apr 24, 2004 - 9:55pm

JrzyTmata wrote:

Got engaged at a Dylan concert and saw the band twice. First time was the night before they were inducted in Canadian Music Hall of Fame (Junos). Danko wasn't expected to show due to his son's death the week before and Helm didn't show 'cause he was pissed at Robertson (song royalty issues). They performed at the Houseshoe Tavern on Queen St. in Toronto. Without a doubt, the most fun I've ever had in a bar.


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Posted: Apr 24, 2004 - 9:51pm

Platypus wrote:


thanks alan... didnt realize that it was tripod link - just gis'd it - otherwise i wouldnt have bothered. was just looking for a smaller image size. oh well.


I replaced it with a bit smaller image. The cover does look better in this one.
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