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I scored so big today:

On vinyl: I Love Rock'n'Roll by Joan Jett & the Blackhearts; The Firm; McCartney; Pump by Aerosmith; Dog & Butterfly, Heart, & Little Queen by Heart, and Houses of the Holy by Led Zeppelin.

On cassette: Brigade and Rock the House "Live" by Heart, and The Best of the Yardbirds.

On 45 rpm: "Nights in White Satin" and "Ride My See-saw" by the Moody Blues, and "Roll Over Beethoven/Misery" by the Beatles.

:yay: :yay:

:peace:,

Jo

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I scored so big today:

On vinyl: I Love Rock'n'Roll by Joan Jett & the Blackhearts; The Firm; McCartney; Pump by Aerosmith; Dog & Butterfly, Heart, & Little Queen by Heart, and Houses of the Holy by Led Zeppelin.

On cassette: Brigade and Rock the House "Live" by Heart, and The Best of the Yardbirds.

On 45 rpm: "Nights in White Satin" and "Ride My See-saw" by the Moody Blues, and "Roll Over Beethoven/Misery" by the Beatles.

:yay: :yay:

:peace:,

Jo

Hi Jo! How are you? Congrats! Where did you get all of this merchandise from? ROF my dear!

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I've gotten quite a few vinyl records over the last week or so:

Delicate Sound of Thunder

The Division Bell

A Momentary Lapse of Reason

A Nice Pair

Relics

All by Pink Floyd.

Hi Electrophile! How are you? Congrats Electrophile, you define what a true PINK FLOYD fan is other than pagemccartney! I am also a true PINK FLOYD fan! ROCK ON FOREVER my dear!

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I got me another three really great 45's:

Little Bob And The Lollipops -

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(LA LOUISIANNE 1965)

Jerry McCain & His Upstarts - Run Uncle John! Run / Things Ain't Right (EXCELLO 1956)

Blues By Five -

/ I Cried (DECCA 1964)

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Excellent choices! What an incredible catalog Chess got, many great artists and classic songs. I know they've released a Chess Singles Box Set a couple of years back, I still have it on my "got to get" list.

They're both great. I wanted the "Chess Box" set for years & I just splurged on it. The Elmore James disc is just essential if you love bluesy slide guitar. Well I also picked these up yesterday:

"Willie Dixon The Chess Box" - Willie Dixon

"Leave Home" - The Ramones

"The Downward Spiral" - Nine Inch Nails

"The Eraser" - Thom Yorke

The Dixon box set has some songs not on the actual Chess Box so I picked that up for those songs & the liner notes. Great stuff.

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Oowee, I have been on a shopping spree and awaiting these killer r'n'b 45's to drop down in my mail someday soon:

TEDDY & THE TWILIGHTS - Woman Is A Mans Best Friend / Goodbye To Love (Swan 1962)

THE SURBURBANS - TV Baby / I Remember (Baton 1956)

THE GLADIOLAS - Shoop Shoop / Say You'll Be Mine (Excello 1958)

BIG JAY McNEELY and BAND - There Is Something On Your Mind / Back.. Shack.. Track.. (Swingin' 1958)

THE SILHOUETTES - Rent Man / Your Love Is All I Need (Junior 1963)

THE CADETS - Wiggie Waggie Woo / You Belong To Me (Modern 1957)

THE TEENAGERS - Flip Flop / Everything To Me (Gee 1958)

THE STEREOS -

/ Do You Love Me (Cub 1962)

THE HOLLYWOOD FLAMES - Frankenstein's Den / Strollin' On The Beach (Ebb 1958)

THE TURBANS - When You Dance / Let Me Show You (Around My Heart) (Herald 1955)

ARTHUR GUNTER - Trouble With My Baby / Baby You Better Listen (Excello 1956)

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...got me a couple of 45's too:

THE SILHOUETTES - Headin' For The Poorhouse / Miss Thing (Ember 1958)

THE WILLOWS - Sit By The Fire / Such A Night (Heidi 1964/65)

THE HOLLYWOOD SAXONS -

/ It's You (Swingin' 1962)

THE BLENDERS -

/ Everybody's Got A Right (Witch 1962/63)

JERRY MCCAIN & HIS UPSTARTS - Run Uncle John! Run / Things Ain't Right (Excello 1956)

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Great albums ;) KISS is a good band. :P

I think so too! LOL

Here's a couple of recently purchased 45's:

Soul Sisters -

/ Blueberry Hill (Sue 1964)

Spencer Davis Group and Steve Winwood made a great cover of this one too.

Lightnin' Slim - Rooster Blues / G.I. Slim (Excello 1959)

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