Whats on your turntable tonight?

For me its the first or very early LP's of:
Allman Brothers - "Allman Joys" "Idyllwild South"
Santana - "Santana" 200 g reissue
Emerson Lake and Palmer - "Emerson Lake and Palmer"
Beethoven - "Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major" Rudolph Serkin/Ozawa/BSO

Get Yer Ya-Yas Out (first pressing London)

Higher Chris Stapleton (Mercury Nashville-great sounding well pressed vinyl)

Don Rader-Anemone(Jet Danger Records J5310) Side 1 SQ*

Journey-Departure Side 1

Joe Williams-I Just Want To Sing(Delos 4004) Side 1 SQ Audiophile

The Four Temperaments/Carol Rosenberger(Delos 25440) Side 1 SQ Audiophile

Robbin Thompson-ST Side 1

The Beatles-Abbey Road(1969 LA Pressing) Side 1

Miriam Makeba-Sangoma Side 2 SQ Audiophile

Lee Ritenour-RIT/2 Side 2

The 2 Delos recordings had the best SQ. I will give the SQ crown to Ms. Rosenberger, another great budget bin recording! Journey and The Beatles battle for worst but acceptable SQ. Don Rader had great content and near Audiophile SQ* worth seeking if you're a true jazz fan.


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Buddy Rich & Lionel Hampton  "Transition"  Groove Merchant GM3302

Frank Sinatra & Quincy Jones  "L A Is My Lady"  QWEST Records 1-25145

A Certain Ratio  "Force: Fact 166"  ???

A Certain Ratio  "Live In America"  DO JO  P 47 (castle communications)

Booker T & The MG'S  "Hip Hug-Her"  Stax S717 (Atlantic era) 

Frank Zapps "Zappa In New York"  Discreet  2D-2290

Weather Report  "Tale Spinnin' "  Columbia PC 33417 radio station copy

V/A Meadowlark Records Sampler 1986   MLR 7014

Dave Ray  "Snaker's Here"  Elektra EKL-284 (mono)

Dave "Snaker" Ray  "Kid-Man"  Mountain Railroad Records  MR-52780

Salt  "Bluster"  Island 162-448 013-1  (10" EP)

The Woodentops  "Live Hypno Beat Live  ROUGH 117