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Last thing I bought was some vinyls that I didn't pay a cent for. Thank you gift certificates. :D

Stadium Arcadium-RHCP

OK Computer-Radiohead

Axis:Bold As Love

.....on vinyl

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Here's a bunch of 45's I purchased from ebay, some of them really nice finds:

Howard Tate - Get It While You Can / Glad I Knew Better (1967)

(same song Janis recorded later)

Lazy Lester - I'm A Lover, Not A Fighter / Sugar Coated Love (1959)

The Hurricanes - Poor Little Dancing Girl / Pistol Packin' Mama (1955)

Little Johnny Taylor - You'll Need Another Favor / What You Need Is A Ball (1963)

Little Johnny Taylor - Since I Found A New Love / My Heart Is Filled With Pain (1963)

Mable John - Shouldn't I Love Him / Running Out (1968)

The Revlons - Ya Ya / It Could Happen To You (1966)

The Sweet Inspirations - Sweet Inspiration / I'm Blue (1968)

The Raelettes - Leave My Man Alone / Here I Go Again (196?)

B.B. King - I Stay In The Mood / Early Every Morning (1966) Recorded between '60-'64

Jackie Wilson - I Just Can't Help It / My Tale Of Woe (1962)

Jackie Verdell - Hush / Why Not Give Me A Chance (1963)

Jimmy James & The Vagabonds - Red Red Wine / No Good To Cry (1968)

Garnet Mimms - Keep On Smilin' / My Baby (1966)

Garnet Mimms - Tell Me Baby / Anytime You Want Me (1965)

Ted Taylor - Everywhere I Go / Keep Walking On (1966)

The Impressions - We're Rollin' On / We're Rollin' On Part II (1968)

Willie Mabon - That's No Big Thing / Just Got Some (1963)

Rufus Thomas - Jump Back / All Night Worker (1964)

Patsy Cline - In Care Of The Blues / If I Could See The World (Through The Eyes of a Child) (1964) Recorded in 1957

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Climax Blues Band -Sense of Direction

Ryan Adams Cardinology

Paul Kossoff - Best of

Back Street Crawler Back St Crawler

Head Hands and Feet - Old Soldiers never die

Cheap Trick - Live at the Budokan

Back St Crawler The band plays on

The Spirit of Joy - Tales from Polydor Underground 1967- 74

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Black Crowes-Warpaint

Queen-A Night At The Opera, newly reprinted

Lot of 90 various 70's rock

Lot of 21 various classics

Smashing Pumpkins-Siamese Dream

Tool-Undertow

Yes-Fragile........

on vinyl

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I just got THE DAMNED vinyl LP 'Anything'...it has a cover of Love's 'Alone again or' that is fantastic...nearly as good as UFO's cover of it on the 'Lights Out' album.

I still love vinyl, can't beat an LP. Need powerful new speakers to complement my amp though!!

Hey...off to see Def Leppard and Cheap Trick tomorrow night...Halloween, so looking forward to a good gig.

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Finally after 35 years ! :lol:

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I bought this during an in-store performance by Jerry Douglas. We talked about his appearances accompanying Lyle Lovett and Alison Krause. Cool guy.

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Jerry Douglas is a magnificent player. I had the pleasure of seeing him perform with a variety of artists at MerleFest several years back. They guy definitely gets around and is in great demand as a session player (for obvious reasons). Hell, it would probably be easier to name the artists he hasn't worked with.

My most recent purchase:

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Finally, Black Ice arrived at my local record store. I phoned them about 3 times this week cuz they said on their website (about 5 days ago) that they finally got the album , but they actually didn't, until today.

I'm enjoying it much more now, having it on CD, than listening it on YouTube.

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Gogol Bordello

Tarantar

NY imigrant, 9 piece Gypsy Punk dance & mayhem noise merchants.

Fronted by a Ukrainian bloke who sounds like the bastard son of Borat and Mucus the singing mongrel.

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Trooper - Rock 'n' Roll Pozitiv. It'a Romanian heavy metal band, which I saw last night and I loved it! The night started bad though, because of the opening band (some black metal sh*t or smth) which really, really sucked.

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Gogol Bordello

Tarantar

NY imigrant, 9 piece Gypsy Punk dance & mayhem noise merchants.

Fronted by a Ukrainian bloke who sounds like the bastard son of Borat and Mucus the singing mongrel.

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Haha Cool, they have played in Stockholm several times and my intention has been to see them all though I've missed every opportunity. I've heard that they are a great live band. Hopefully I get to see them next time.

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Vinyls:

The Hellacopters - High Energy Rock'n'Roll (12") (2002)

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The Hellacopters - By The Grace Of God / Red Lights (7") (2002)

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Been hunting records today and found the following vinyls, which all is pretty rare:

Johnny Thunders & Patti Paladin - Copy Cats (1988)

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Danzig - Danzig (1988)

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The Soundtrack of Our Lives - Welcome To The Infant Freebase (1996)

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Vinyl:

Neil Young-Harvest

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Simon and garfunkel-live in central park

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Led zeppelin-houses of the holy

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and peter gabriel-so

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