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

The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die   "Formlessness"  Broken World Media  BWM002

Jeff Beck  "Gets Us All In The End"  12" Promo  Epic EAS 2167

Weather Report  "Mysterious Traveller"sic  Columbia KC-32494

Toad Hall  "S/T or Class of '68"  Liberty LST-7580

Planet P Project  "Pink World"  MCA mca2-8019

Manfred Mann's Earth Band  "Glorified Magnified" white label promo              Polydor PD 5031

Frankie Miller  "I'd Lie Io You For Your Love" 12" single from "Dancing in the Rain" lp  Vertigo  VERX 25

Kaleidoscope  "A Beacon From Mars"  EPIC BN 26333



Cleo Laine-Return To Carnegie Hall Side A SQ*

Eric Clapton-August(2010 Repress) Side 2

Jimmy Roselli-Core Napulitano Side 2

Willie Nelson & Ray Price-San Antonio Rose Side 2 SQ*

Cream-Wheels Of Fire(RSO repress no bar code) Side 3

Mountain-Twin Peaks Side 1

George Shearing-Dexterity(CJ 346) Side 1 SQ Audiophile

Captain & Tennile-Come In From The Rain Side 1 SQ*

Nothing had below average SQ tonight.


quicksilver messenger service, "shady grove"--poorly recorded, but strangely beautiful, with slow stately slightly trippy songs and gobs of nicky hopkins' piano.

nirvana, "in utero"--always a tough one for me--half the songs are iconic, while the other half (depending on my mood) verge on unlistenable. "frances farmer" is godlike.

wooden wand, "death seat"--not sure what to call this (maybe "freak folk") and it's pretty somber stuff, but it's weird and unpredictable, in the best way.

every day is cleaning day, again:

It's a beautiful day  "It's a Beautiful Day"

Billy Cobham   "Spectrum and Crosswinds"

Steeleye Span   "Below The Salt and The Steeleye Span Story"

Richard Thompson   "Mock Tudor"

The Collectors   "The Collectors"

I want to make it through Little Feat yet today----back to work