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Charlie Daniels Band "Decade of Hit's" (re-mastered)

Jackson-5 "20th Century Master's"

Jim Croce "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown & other Favorite's"

Tribute to Ace Frehley "Spacewalk"

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Vinyl: Jimi Hendrix - In Concert

Grateful Dead - Wake Of The Flood

DVD: Led Zeppelin - First Knight At Knebworth :D:banana::thumbsup:

I also bought a Grateful Dead From the Mars Hotel button and a Pink Floyd Piper at the Gates of Dawn button.

I also was able to buy the Them Crooked Vultures 10 inch picture disc a day early :yay::yay:

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MGMT-Congratulations

Not as strong as Oracular Spectacular, but it is slowly growing on me! So far liking Someone's Missing, Flash Delirium, and Siberian Breaks.

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The Smiths - Hatful Of Hollow (my 5th copy of it)

Morrissey - Viva Hate (my 4th copy of it) & Parlophone singles '88-'95

Public Image Limited - Plastic Box

The White Stripes - Elephant (my 2nd copy of it)

Them Crooked Vultures - Them Crooked Vultures

Sugar - Copper Blue (my 2nd copy of it), Beaster (also my second copy of it), & Besides

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A couple of 45's:

Little Walter & His Jukes - Mellow Down Easy / Last Night (Checker 1954)

Top notch early blues. One hell of a harmonica solo on this tune!

Smokey Smothers - I've Been Drinkin' Muddy Water / I Ain't Gonna Be No Monkey Man No More (Federal 1960)

Rockin' Chicago blues! Underrated artist, Smokey Smothers RULES! Freddie King on guitar!!

The Third Booth - I Need Love / Mysteries (Independence 1968)

FUZZ garage monster track!

The Electric Prunes - I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night) / Luvin' (Reprise 1966)

Really nice garage classic! Love the B-side too, trippy blues!!

Tony And The Bandits -

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(Coral 1965)

Great 60's beat!

The Temptashuns - Sexy Ways / Strawberry Man (Lemco 1964)

Great MOD r'n'b!!

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John Butler Trio - April Uprising (Jarrah Records/Independent Release)

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CD's:

Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield, Buffalo Springfield Again

Books:

Joan Jett by Todd Oldham

Spin: 20 Years Of Alternative Music by Will Hermes with Sia Michel

Foxy: My Life In Three Acts by Pam Grier with Andrea Cagan

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i actually just bought a triple vinyl U2 set from the U2 fan club........i dunno.........looked interesting

hasn't come yet......probably haven't bought any vinyl since the 80s i'd venturecool.gif

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Bought all these on cassette today at Goodwill:

Up Your Alley by Joan Jett & the Blackhearts; Bebe Le Strange by Heart; Back in Black by AC/DC; Women and Children First by Van Halen; 20 Good Vibrations-The Greatest Hits, Best of the Beach Boys, Vol. 2, Little Deuce Coup, and Sufin' USA by the Beach Boys!

:D

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Sugar Pie Desanto - Use What You Got /

(Checker 1964)

Top notch r'n'b! Soulful Dress is so COOOOL!

Junior Wells -

/ Universal Rock (Cheif 1960)

Pure class!! With Earl Hooker on guitar!

Magic Sam -

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(Cobra 1958)

Really nice blues 45. The version of Easy Baby is older than the one in the link above.

Little Walter - I Got To Go / Roller Coaster (Checker 1955)

Awesome blues 45 by the harmonica master!!

J.J. Jackson - But It's Alright /

(Calla 1968)

Nice northern soul! Groove!!

Kolettes - Who's That Guy / Just How Much (Can One Heart Take) (Checker 1964)

Great r'n'b dancer, especially the B-side!!

Miss Lavell - Run To You /

(Duke 1964)

Another great r'n'b dancer!!

Wynona Carr - Should I Ever Love Again /

(Specialty 1956)

Cool jumb blues!

Goldie Coates & The Blenders - Love Is A Treasure /

(Cortland 1962)

Great early r'n'b, can't get better than this!!

Huey Smith & His Clowns -

/ Just A Lonely Clown (ACE 1957)

New Orleans r'n'b. Huey played piano with Little Richard back in the 50's! Cool stuff!!

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On vinyl:

Dire Straits - Love Over Gold

On CD:

Chicago - Chicago Transit Authority

Chicago - Chicago II

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Found these on cassette yesterday at Goodwill:

Bad Company and Straight Shooter by Bad Company; Van Halen II; and 90125 by Yes.

:D

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I got three great blues 45's:

Sonny Boy Williamson - One Way Out / Nine Below Zero (Checker 1962)

Sonny Boy's One Way Out is a reworked version of Elmore James' tune. The Allman Brothers made a cover of Sonny Boy's version in the early 70's.

Otis Blackwell - Daddy Rollin' Stone / You Love Me, Baby (Davis 1957)

Daddy Rollin' Stone was originally released in 1953 on Jay-Dee records, this is a '57 reissue. Daddy Rollin' Stone has been covered by many artists, among them The Who, Johnny Thunders and Jimmy Ricks. Otis was also the writer of All Shook Up, Don't Be Cruel, Fever and Great Balls Of Fire.

Lightnin' Slim - I Just Don't Know / Somebody Knockin' (Excello 1961)

One of several great records by Lightnin' Slim.

Lightnin' Slim

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Epic win today:

Vinyl albums: Live at Budokan by Cheap Trick; Permanent Waves by Rush; Every Picture Tells a Story by Rod Stewart; Bad Company; and finally, Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd on vinyl! :D

Cassette: High Voltage by AC/DC. :D

45's: "I Can See For Miles" by the Who; "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey" by Paul McCartney; "We're an American Band" by Grand Funk Railroad(with yellow vinyl!); "Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby(Standing in the Shadows)" by the Rolling Stones; and "Something" by the Beatles! :D

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All Vinyls:

Leadbelly's Last Sessions

Outrider- always good to have another one as a backup:-)

Robert Plant -Little By Little- Remix Long Version

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Epic win o'er the weeked...

Vinyl: For Those About to Rock by AC/DC(my 1st AC/DC vinyl! :banana: ); Magazine by Heart; The Cars; Signals by Rush! :D

45's: "Eight Days a Week" and "Act Naturally" by the Beatles; "Crimson & Clover" by Joan Jett; "Dreamboat Annie" and "Little Queen" by Heart!

8-track: Part 1 of 1962-1966 by the Beatles! :D

Also, I bought a couple of Beatles shirts; and AC/DC, Beatles, and Rolling Stones buttons! :D

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Nellie McKay (loooove her!) - Normal as Blueberry Pie

The Heavy - House That Dirt Built

Bettye Lavette - Interpretations

Follies in Concert - the one from 1985 with Mandy Patinkin and a bunch of other people :). Have it on cassette, but totally forgot about it until I heard a cut on the Broadway channel on XM. Love this recording!!

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