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Deep Purple: Child In Time Live 1970. I love this version!

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Nice version of CIT Cool
I had quite a few UFO and MSG albums, but i have not gotten them restocked on CD after i was so foolish to sell all my albums ( one of the more stupid things i ever did )

Jammin at the youth club we played a mean CIT when we got one guy to jam along on the keyboard.
Also did a pretty mean instrumental version of Van Halen “Jump” though in my book that was too new Van Halen, still rocked it on the drums.

Last week i felt a sudden urge to listen to “Carlos”,,,, Santana of course.
And for some strange reason i felt like pairing that with The Police first album from 77

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BTW i assume you guys are familiar with Water too, if not you should be.

Always a good concert experience.

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I was not familiar, but now I’m going to be. Smile
Very surprised with such sound in 90s!

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Since you guys are on old Deep Purple, you do know what Rod Evans did after he left DP…

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I was listening to this in the car today and thought I would just remind you guys of this great band…

Doobie Brothers – Listen to the music

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Thanks Robowski that reminded us of the Doobie Brothers.

I will never forget their first song that impressed me – Long Train Running. I was about fourteen then.

I had it, and “Listen to the Music” on my Tesla tape recorder.
In fact, they were one of my first recordings that I made my own by a friend. Seems illegal from the current point of view. Smile

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Thanks Robowski that reminded us of the Doobie Brothers.

I will never forget their first song that impressed me – Long Train Running. I was about fourteen then.

I had it, and “Listen to the Music” on my Tesla tape recorder.
In fact, they were one of my first recordings that I made my own by a friend. Seems illegal from the current point of view. Smile

I love the Doobie Brothers. They bring back so many fond memories of a late friend who passed away this past March at the age of 65. He’s the one who turned me on to them.

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Rodolphe Burger & Olivier Cadiot :

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I am not a jazz man. But when Chet is playing … I only can silently sit and listen..

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said goodbye today…didn’t know it was coming. goodbye and hello just another coin in my pocket…thanks for posting this beautiful song-never heard it before.

Chet Baker – Every Time We Say Goodbye

Chet Baker – Alone Together
Chet Baker – I’ve Never Been In Love Before

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Eagles – Take It Easy

This song brings a lot of memories …

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We may lose and we may win,
though we will never be here again…

A long time ago when I was a student, I and my company were playing in a casino
I remember that I had lost about $4K at one time.$)
After all, I managed to get back, I bought a golden Longines, and never went to a casino anymore.

This song and the quoted refrain were my favorites then. Smile

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This is a great thread. Thanks Bonham !

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Rdubya18 wrote:
This is a great thread. Thanks Bonham !
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Agreed

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Wow… Thanks for the evaluation friends!

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And now, for something completely different.

Great... Carnac the Magnificent tells me I just signed up for yet another expensive hobby.

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Agree great thread,many good memories of some forgotten bands.As I have not posted before I will mention my all time favourite band Little Feat with Lowell George,well worth a listen for those who may not know them.

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gehrmo wrote:
Agree great thread,many good memories of some forgotten bands.As I have not posted before I will mention my all time favourite band Little Feat with Lowell George,well worth a listen for those who may not know them.

Great band. Lowell George was another front-man who went to the great beyond well before his time.

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Lowell George played on Bill Wyman’s Monkey Grip. (1974). I love that album.

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slmjim wrote:
And now, for something completely different.

Hjeh, I posted that here or in t’other thread. Also listened to it an embarrassing number of times.

Glad I’m not the only one. LOL

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Rdubya18 wrote:
This is a great thread. Thanks Bonham !

I think I have said this before…
But here it is again : Thanks Bonham for the most interesting thread.
You meet people here with all kinds of stories about their favourite musos, and you hear songs that you’ve never heard before.

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“Eagles – Take It Easy”

First track on first Eagles album, and first song I ever heard by them…and one of their best!

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What is this thread about?

Edit-Never mind I figured it out.

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I don’t give a F#*% who is gay, I am not Sleeping with them, I just love their music!!!!

I hope no one felt affected by the above salty YT comment and I totally agree with it on the music of the Village People. Thumbs Up
Music hits like In the Navy, Go West, YMCA, Can’t Stop The Music, Macho Man etc…
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Barclay James Harvest – Child Of The Universe

Barclay James Harvest have the unique ability to recall good forgotten memories. Smile
BJH – For your Love
BJH – Doctor Doctor
BJH – Back to the Wall
BJH – In my Life

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John Lee Hooker and Canned Heat – Whiskey and Wimmen

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John Lee Hooker and Canned Heat – Whiskey and Wimmen

I have that on vinyl along with all the original Canned Heat lineup minus Frank Cook, the original drummer that played at The Monterey International Pop Music Festival in 1967. In my opinion, Adolfo “Fito” de la Parra was their only real drummer. Larry Taylor on bass, Henry Vestine on guitar, Alan Wilson vocals, guitar and harp, Bob Hite vocals. Yep, I was and still am a big fan of Canned Heat. I will say, Harvey Mandell was great with Canned Heat as well.

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Sonny & Cher – A Cowboy’s Work Is Never Done

Gerry Rafferty – Whatever’s Written In Your Heart

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Bonham, you have a great sense of good music.

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Not really any reason to buy new music when so much good stuff are already made
Plus it have the added bonus that often you can pick up a LP or CD at low prices, by far the most of the LP collection i was so dumb and sell in the 80ties was used records.
Super max types of skin i looked for in a used records store for years, and then suddenly one day it was there and in mint condition, so i got it though at then i had sold my many 100 kilos of LP and my record player.
So to this day That LP are the only one i have.

Okay the used record market today are probably ruined by hipsters.

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I have found that in the present era of digital music, when it is easy to have terabytes of your favorite music, there is no way to listen to everything you’ve gathered. Unless you are a long-distance carrier and you seem to have time for everything…

That’s why, for a few years, I started to extract my top of the top, so my favorite songs are always in line around me.

It’s not annoying, but sometimes it costs a lot of time to get the best quality you can find for a song you did not digitize yourself.
Well filled tags are mandatory and also take time.

Why can’t we be friends…?

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