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A couple of LP's, for a change...

Bobby Whitlock - s/t (1972)

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From allmusic.com:

A former member of Delaney & Bonnie's backup band, as well as a member of Derek & the Dominoes, Bobby Whitlock's first solo record treads much of the same ground. With contributions from Delaney Bramlett, Whitlock turns in a solid effort filled with southern gospel influences ("A Day Without Jesus") and rootsy rockers. On the mournful ballad "Dreams of a Hobo" Whitlock shows that all his good material was not spent on the Derek & the Dominoes project. Though long out of print, this record is worth searching out for its encapsulation of early-'70s southern roots rock.

Elvin Bishop - Live, Raisin' Hell (1977)

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From allmusic.com:

Headliner Elvin Bishop's folksy, good-old-boy charm is as much a part of this upbeat live set as the music, thanks to generous doses of good-natured banter with fans. This live best-of collection, culled from five performances over almost a year, is highly entertaining. Mickey Thomas takes the singing pressure off the boss, but the thin sound undercuts the swagger of the horn section.

Françoise Hardy - Françoise (Maison Ou J'ai Grandi) (1966)

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5eXkowmXiUM

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I pre-ordered the new Kylie Minogue album and with 2-day shipping it'll be at my house the day of release. WOO! I'm also going to pick up Goldfrapp's new album on vinyl and a couple vintage albums on Ebay.

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I purchased Death Magnetic by Metallica today. It's a good album but the production holds it back. The songs sound really good live though. Especially All Nightmare Long

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Rush movie - Beyond The Lighted Stage

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Grateful Dead- Rocking The Cradle. A live DVD/CD of their '78 performance in Egypt. Checked out a couple of tracks on the DVD and sounds great. :D Will watch the whole thing later when its dark.

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Vinyl 45's:

Magic Sam - All Your Love / Love Me With Feeling (Cobra 1957)

This was Magic Sam's debut record for Cobra.

Ted Taylor -

/ I'm So Satisfied (Okeh 1964)

Ramblin' Rose was covered successfully by The MC5!

State Of Mind - Move / If He Comes Back (Chavis 1965)

Fab garage rock mover!!

West Virginia Gentlemen - West Virginia Coal / Doing Fine (Alta 1972?)

Awesome rare bluegrass single!

Merle Haggard and the Strangers -

/ The Longer You Wait (Capitol 1966)

Fab single and a fav tune of mine from Merle!

Merle Haggard and the Strangers - Hungry Eyes / California Blues (Capitol 1969)

Got this for the B-side, it's rockin'!!

Dusty Springfield -

/ That Old Sweet Roll (Atlantic 1969)

One hell of a cover of Tony Joe White's classic song. Dusty had such a great voice!

Tammy Wynette -

/ Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad (Epic 1967)

Great single by Tammy! Classic!

Tommy Collins -

/ Woman You Have Been Told (Columbia 1968)

High On A Hilltop is the ultimate country song, it can't get any better than this! LOL

The Wilburn Brothers - Which One Is To Blame / The Knoxville Girl (Decca 1958)

Love the dark Knoxville Girl, frickin' epic song!

Norma Jean - I'm No Longer In Your Heart / I Wouldn't Buy a Used Car From Him (RCA 1965)

One of my fav country artists ever, I just fell in love with her voice when I first heard it.

Norma Jean - Pursuing Happiness /

(RCA 1966)

Top notch single!

Norma Jean - The Shirt / Please Don't Hurt Me (RCA 1966)

Just frickin' FAB!

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Vinyl LP's:

The Byrds - Untitled (Columbia 1970)

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The Byrds - Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde (Columbia 1969)

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Bobbie Gentry - Local Gentry (Capitol 1968)

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Bobbie Gentry - Fancy (Capitol 1970)

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The Smithereens - Especially For You (1986)

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45's: "Hey Jude" by the Beatles; "These Dreams" by Heart; "Folsom Prison Blues" by Johnny Cash; "Let's Hang On" by Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons; and "Nashville Cats" by the Lovin' Spoonful.

LP's: Let It Be by the Beatles; Meaty Beaty Big & Bouncy by the Who; and Back in Black by AC/DC. :D

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Jimi Hendrix...first rays of the new rising sun

Not to bad at all.

Slash... Not a big GNR fan but this CD absolutely rocks.

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Blue Cheer Rocks Europe DVD Highly recommeneded dvd that shows how great a band blue cheer was live and also theres good bonus material.

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Edited by Rock N' Rollin' Man

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A bunch of LP's:

The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Stars & Stripes Forever (1974)

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Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen - Country Casanova (1973)

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The Quadrajets - When The World's On Fire (1999)

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Humble Pie - Town And Country (1969)

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Herb Alpert's Tijuana Brass - South Of The Border (1964)

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Van Morrison - Into The Music (1979)

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The Cult - Electric (1987)

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Kal P. Dal - Gräd ente Fassan! (1978)

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Bob Marley & The Wailers - Confrontation (1983)

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Buddy Miles - We Got To Live Toghether (1970)

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Jessi Colter - I'm Jessi Colter (1975)

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Glen Campbell - Galveston (1969)

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Got a rare 45 on eBay:

The Jesters IV - (Bye Bye Bye Bye) So Long / She Lied (I Know Why) (Fuller 1966)

A band from Tampa, Florida. The vocalist, Robin Sibucao was only 14 years when they recorded this single. It's a killer garage 45 and both sides has been comped on different compilations.

Here's She Lied, a real BOSS TUNE!!:

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On vinyl: Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs by Derek & the Dominoes; Wired and Blow by Blow by Jeff Beck; Who's Next by the Who; Bloodshot by the J. Geils Band(on red vinyl!); and Bridge of Sighs by Robin Trower. :D

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I have bought a bunch of great music DVD's:

Doug Sahm Live from Austin Tx

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Tift Merritt Live from Austin Tx

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Lucinda Williams Live from Austin Tx

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The American Folk Blues Festival Vol 1

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The American Folk Blues Festival Vol 2

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