Favourite Vinyl Records

    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 5 Jun 2007, 03:34

    Favourite Vinyl Records

    My Favourite Vinyl Records:

    1) Sheer Heart Attack - Queen
    theres nothing like listening to Brighton Rock on vinyl, just explodes out of the speakers, its like the hair-god himself is in my basement rocking out with me

    2) Dark Side Of The Moon - Pink Floyd
    'nuff said, its GOLD JERRY!

    3) Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - The Beatles
    only the greatest album ever made, you cant go past listening to it in its original form..oh yeah and the cut outs rule!

    4) The Alice Cooper Show - Alice Cooper
    Vincent Price's narration for 'Black Widow' makes this record, then the searing guitar and Alice's screaming..awesome stuff

    5) Tusk - Fleetwood Mac
    Easily the bargain of a lifetime, picked up this excellent double album for AUD$5, had it on heavy play lately, the title track is great, and stevie's ballads like beautiful child and sara are also awesome

    SO what are your top vinyl albums?

    • Big_Dip said...
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    • 19 Aug 2008, 14:41
    My favorites are:

    1) Days Of Future Passed - Moody Blues
    great concept album - the first with Justin Hayward and John Lodge. A classic!

    2) Dark Side Of The Moon - Pink Floyd
    unbeatable with headphones

    3) In The Court Of The Crimson King - King Crimson
    best Prog Rock album ever!

    4) Ghosts - The Strawbs
    gorgeous title track, sweet ending

    5) Around And Around - The Rolling Stones
    because it's the first album I bought

    Don't panic...
  • This is my grammar, I have learn the r'n'r with them; my first musical emotions....

    The Rolling Stones (64) - the Rolling Stones
    The pure sound... The Record...
    Some seminal R'n Blues tracks played spontaneous, vigorus and sober.

    Aftermath (66)
    Their first pop record with magnifisant melody like Lady Jane, Out of Time , Going Home... With an amazing sound also on Paint It, Black , Under My Thumb ...
    (divers differant covers UK, US...)

    Judge Dread - Prince Buster (67)
    Very good sound and funny song, Prince Buster was the most original Jamaican artist in 60's.

    Future - The Seeds (67)

    Jimi Hendrix & Lonnie Youngblood (~66)
    Pur bluesy / groovy psyche sound from middle 60's;
    Undated edition featured only Jimi Hendrix,
    perhaps 70 or 71 ?...
    I have buy it 1£ !

    Ma Kelly's Greasy Spoon & Dog Of Two Head - Status Quo (70 and 71)
    Their first boogy Rock records, good warm sound from 70's, effective and minimalist .

    Bayou Rhythm and Blues Shuffle vol two
    A Golden Record Label compilation of unknows musician ( Little miss Peggy, the Bill Parker Band, Shelton Dunaway...) from Louisiana recorded in the 50's.
    I have only the vol II, someone have the I ?....
    Contact me !...

    Also, Django - the Modern Jazz Quartet ( 54)
    Signed for Django Reinhardt with the Milt Jackson vibe...

    • bascuuu said...
    • User
    • 2 Jul 2009, 13:18
    Zeppelin iv

    rock rocks!!! and I WANT MY ZEPPELIN!!!!
    • schnork said...
    • User
    • 17 Nov 2009, 20:49
    Kind of Blue and Thick as a Brick are two of my all time favorites.

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