ON the HI FI today

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Postby mmike56 » Fri Sep 16, 2005 8:40 pm

The KLF - The White Room - cd

Dennis Brown - Some Like It Hot - cd - (Heartbeat)

coming next

Global Communication - 76:14 - cd
Pretty Things - Freeway Madness - cd

Pils & a "special" smoke to boot..

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Postby ephteeay » Fri Sep 16, 2005 8:41 pm

2 recent purchases:

ras ibuna - pay them dues
joshua moses - africa is our land.. a search of very few days seemed like i was searching for years... i finally got it! fat vinyl in a nice thick printed cover.
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Postby gryffe » Fri Sep 16, 2005 8:44 pm

bedward, that is an almost flawless trio of albums
Neil Youngs Greatest Hits
Studio One Roots 2
Sufferation

if you are a neil young fan you are gonna love his new one which i have a cheeky little download of, fittingly its the last of the harvest trilogy and is superb

my listening today

kanye west - late registration
twinkle bros - countrymen
various dennis brown tunes
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Postby Rob Codd » Sat Sep 17, 2005 10:35 am

The Rezillos - Can't Stand The Rezillos' (Lp) :)
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Postby DMc » Sat Sep 17, 2005 4:03 pm

The Wailing Souls - Gold Digger is currently playing (Matador's Arena Vol 2)
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Re: ON the HI FI today

Postby Ras Berry » Sun Apr 21, 2013 2:05 pm

Encuentros - Juan Pena Lebrijano & Orquesta Andalusi de Tangier

"Andalusian Fusion: Spain's leading Flamenco singer meets renowned Moroccan Orchestra"

Awesome! Was looking through a drawer earlier and came across a letter from a grumpy man which mentions this album, so I had to get it out and give it a run through. Just as great as I remembered it!


And how refreshing it was to read through this thread and to not see one Youtube link!


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Re: ON the HI FI today

Postby skunkride » Sun Apr 21, 2013 2:34 pm

2005, don't think youtube was invented yet :wink:
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Re: ON the HI FI today

Postby kalcidis » Sun Apr 21, 2013 3:43 pm

It was invented early in 2005 :D Different era and it was just 8 years ago.
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Re: ON the HI FI today

Postby Mark T » Sun Apr 21, 2013 3:46 pm

Ah, but Richard, now I can go to YouTube and check out the music you mentioned so it does have it's uses.

On my turntable today, David Bowie Narrates Peter and the Wolf. My son arrived home for a surprise visit bringing a belated birthday gift. I believe it is original press, RCA Red Seal, green vinyl and it has almost zero surface noise. I'm guessing some Bowie completist bought it and only played it once before filing it under Bowie oddities (not a large category to be sure but the Baal EP might be in there).
Hope all is well.
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Re: ON the HI FI today

Postby Ras Berry » Sun Apr 21, 2013 5:06 pm

Hello Mark - I'm OK, thanks

That sounds like a great birthday present. Beats a box of toffee!

Next up on mine, a recent find, The Adventures of Parsley on BBC Records. (Cast: Parsley (Lion), Dill (Dog), Sage (Owl), Constable Knapweed (PC29), Mr Bayleaf (Gardener), Mr Onion (Sgt Major) and Sir Basil & Lady Rosemary. Scene of the action - The Herb Garden.) Black vinyl though. And mono


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Re: ON the HI FI today

Postby Mark T » Sun Apr 21, 2013 6:00 pm

The Herbs have always been popular with reggae fans (not sure what what emoticon to put there).
As it happens we used aforementioned YouTube to show our kids what we used to watch when we were nippers:
Herbs, Magic Roundabout, Andy Pandy, Trumpton, Camberwick Green etc.
After more than45 years or so I can still remember the little ditty to sing when all the fireman slide down the pole to get into the truck.
Ah, happy memories.
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