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Pete T

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Re: What's on your turntable this week
« Reply #30 on: November 09, 2008, 09:19:05 PM »
Just got back from "oop north" to find QMS's Smokin' Sound (thanks Albert) on the doorstep. 18'30" of Mona, 15' of Smokestack lightning, 27' of Who do you love, Suzy Q, I get in trouble, and Stand by me, all from 1968. Awesome stuff..

Also been listening to the first 5 JA releases, a bargain box set at ?15.
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Re: What's on your turntable this weekend
« Reply #31 on: November 09, 2008, 09:35:12 PM »
 :D Hank Wangford & the lost cowboys- Wake Up Dead
Brian Auger Get Auger-Nized ( inspired by the comments and youtube clips -thanks)
 Steve Winwood  Nine Lives

had a nice relaxing weekend oh and been reading my new book  the Baader Meinhof Complex
cheers
tony ;)


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Re: What's on your turntable this week
« Reply #32 on: November 10, 2008, 01:43:25 AM »
Just got back from "oop north" to find QMS's Smokin' Sound (thanks Albert) on the doorstep. 18'30" of Mona, 15' of Smokestack lightning, 27' of Who do you love, Suzy Q, I get in trouble, and Stand by me, all from 1968. Awesome stuff..

Also been listening to the first 5 JA releases, a bargain box set at ?15.

Any JA extras that are totally new? I already have the likes of J.P.P. McStep B. Blues (Early Flight) and Things Are Better In The East (Loves You box set).

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Re: What's on your turntable this week
« Reply #33 on: November 10, 2008, 02:20:58 AM »
Any JA extras that are totally new? I already have the likes of J.P.P. McStep B. Blues (Early Flight) and Things Are Better In The East (Loves You box set).
The whole thing is packaged in a thick card box about the thickness of 1.5 cds, and slightly smaller, inside is a card (as in newspaper freebies) envelope depicting the original sleves. There are about 5-10 extra tracks on most CD's,
JA Takes Off having: (this may take some space!!)
Blues from an airplane
Let me in
Bringing me down
It's no secret
Tobacco road
Come up the years
Run around
Let's get together
Don't slip away
Chauffeur blues
And I like it
Runnin' 'round this world
High flying bird
It's alright
Go to her
Let me in (original uncensored version)
Run around (original uncensored version)
Chauffeur blues (alternate version)
And I like it (alternate version)

Surrealistic Pillow:
She has funny cars
In the morning
J.P.P. McStep B blues
Go to her
Come back baby
Somebody to love (mono single version)
White rabbit (mono single version)
Somebody to love
My best freind
Today
Coming back to me
3/5 of a mile in 10 seconds
D.C.B.A.-25
How do you feel
Embryonic journey
White rabbit
Plastic fantastic lover

Bathing At Baxters:
The ballad of you & me and pooneil
A small package of value will come to you shortly
Young girl Sunday blues
Martha
Wild thyme
The last wall of the castle
Rejoyce
Watch her ride
Spare chaynge
Two heads
Won't you try / Saturday afternoon
The ballad of you & me and pooneil (alternate version)
Martha (single version)
Two heads (alternate version)
Things are better in the east (Marty's acoustic deno)

Crown Of Creation:
Lather
In time
Triad
Star track
Share a little joke
Chushingura
If you feel
Crown of creation
Ice cream phoenix
Greasy heart
The house at pooneil corners
Ribumbabap rubadubaoumoum
Would you like a snack
Share a little joke (mono single version)
The saga of sydney spacepig

Bless Its Pointed Little Head:
Clergy
3/5 of a mile in 10 seconds
Somebody to love
Fat angel
Rock me baby
The other side of this life
It's no secret
Plastic fantastic lover
Turn out the lights
Bear melt
Today
Watch her ride
Won't you try 

I could give you more details, but it's in the car at the moment, the car's in the garage, padlocked, with the only key inside the car! (mental note: Get bolt croppers from work tomorrow so I can cut the lock off!! [I walk to work])
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Re: What's on your turntable this week
« Reply #34 on: November 10, 2008, 03:03:16 AM »
These Airplane cds are the current remasters, with loads of great extras. The previous "reamasters" were good too. Mono and stereo on the first two albums, but no bonus tracks...
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Re: What's on your turntable this week
« Reply #35 on: November 10, 2008, 10:29:58 PM »
This week I have mostly been listening to some old vinyl. John Otway and WWB's first, Talking Heads - Little Creatures, XTC - Black Sea and English Settlement, Neil Young and The Blue Notes - This Notes For You and Can - Tago Mago. I likes a bit of variety

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Re: What's on your turntable this weekend
« Reply #36 on: November 10, 2008, 10:35:09 PM »


had a nice relaxing weekend oh and been reading my new book  the Baader Meinhof Complex




Hi Tony, Sounds like a nice set of apartments, are there any going cheap.......

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Re: What's on your turntable this weekend
« Reply #37 on: November 11, 2008, 02:45:13 PM »


had a nice relaxing weekend oh and been reading my new book  the Baader Meinhof Complex




Hi Tony, Sounds like a nice set of apartments, are there any going cheap.......

They'd probably cost a bomb...

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Re: What's on your turntable this week
« Reply #38 on: November 11, 2008, 02:58:32 PM »
And the jokes just get baader and baader  ::)
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Re: What's on your turntable this week
« Reply #39 on: November 12, 2008, 12:09:26 AM »
Shame he wasn't a jazz guitarist - "Mein Hofner" would have been a good title for a solo album.

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Re: What's on your turntable this week
« Reply #40 on: November 12, 2008, 01:03:27 AM »
And the jokes just get baader and baader  ::)

Douglas? Met him at a bus-stop once, asked him how he was getting on..!!

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Re: What's on your turntable this week
« Reply #41 on: November 12, 2008, 10:06:51 AM »
Douglas? Met him at a bus-stop once, asked him how he was getting on..!!

Does this thread have the legs to continue  :o ::)
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Re: What's on your turntable this week
« Reply #42 on: November 12, 2008, 09:29:05 PM »
Douglas? Met him at a bus-stop once, asked him how he was getting on..!!

Does this thread have the legs to continue  :o ::)

I think there's a few people with their feet firmly enough under the table to sustain it a bit longer...

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Re: What's on your turntable this week
« Reply #43 on: November 14, 2008, 01:52:29 PM »
Stephen Stills - Stephen Stills
Ocean Rain - Echo And The Bunnymen

What a fantastic combination - I could go with this one!

Put a lot of Byrds on the turntable again, recently.

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Re: What's on your turntable this week
« Reply #44 on: November 14, 2008, 02:40:30 PM »

Put a lot of Byrds on the turntable again, recently.

Good lad! Here at Unstately Nationsounds Manor we say YES to jangly guitars and bands like Big Star, The Raspberries The Flamin Groovies and The Searchers. And let's not forget that Badfinger had a couple of classic jangly moments - 'No Matter What' and 'Day After Day'. They were fabulous on the 'Slow Motion' tour, easily the best non-Man related support act I've seen. But then - so sad. 
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