What Are You Listening To?

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  • BlueFox
    BlueFox Posts: 14,795
    Festerday

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  • BlueFox
    BlueFox Posts: 14,795
    Augury.

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  • displayname
    displayname Posts: 989
    currently listening to MGMT's Little Dark Age. Probably one of my favorite albums of 2018.
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  • pumpkinman
    pumpkinman Posts: 7,900
    edited April 2019
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    Marillion • Misplaced Childhood
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  • SIHAB
    SIHAB Posts: 2,468
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    "The tapes for this album were acquired from an ardent fan who fortunately was present the nights Lester Young played the Savoy Ballroom and he had a tape recorder present recording every note. These masters were recorded at the Savoy in New York City in 1950."
    This is an APEX record Corp. pressing (1963-1965)?
    The cover's colors are soft. The outer edges of the the vinyl
    aren't trimmed nicely. The difference between a $5 and a $25 LP
    to collectors. As this is essentially a bootleg. It's good enough for me. B)
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  • chumlie
    chumlie Posts: 8,658
    Good Morning Folks.
    Pere Ubu: Ray Gun Suitcase.
  • joecoulson
    joecoulson Posts: 4,944
    Mornin’ Chum!
  • SIHAB
    SIHAB Posts: 2,468
    Good Morning Chumlie. Another day in Cleveburg. :p
    The only Pere Ubu I have are on comps. What's their best?
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  • SIHAB
    SIHAB Posts: 2,468
    Back in the pre-teen/teenage days, I used to walk to the Library,
    sit at a station, and listen to great old blues and Jazz. When I could
    afford a cassette tape recorder, I started making comps of this stuff.
    I made a comp of this artist for my parents. At first they thought it was
    "kooky." It turns out that it became their favorite tape to listen to
    on vacations. Here is a couple NM versions.
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  • pumpkinman
    pumpkinman Posts: 7,900
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    Savoy Brown • Getting To The Point


    Good morning Chumlie !!!!
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  • chumlie
    chumlie Posts: 8,658
    SIHAB wrote: »
    Good Morning Chumlie. Another day in Cleveburg. :p
    The only Pere Ubu I have are on comps. What's their best?

    There comps are pretty good. Hopefully the comp you have is '' Datapanik in the Year Zero '' Highly recommend it. Also Ray Gun, Modern Dance, Dub Housing. And if your an Ubu fan you really need to checkout the band that started Pere Ubu & The Dead Boys. Rocket From The Tombs


  • SIHAB
    SIHAB Posts: 2,468
    My old hair dresser and friend of my sister-in-law dated one of the Dead Boys.
    I had heard of RFtT but never got around to checking them out. Thanks Chum.
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  • SIHAB
    SIHAB Posts: 2,468
    edited April 2019
    Gotta go to work but one more... Picked this up at HPB last night along w/ the
    Elvis Costello EP for $2 each! New white vinyl re-release from Lethemeatvinyl.
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    https://www.discogs.com/Various-Carry-On-Oi/release/5847456
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  • aiconn
    aiconn Registered User Posts: 277
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  • pumpkinman
    pumpkinman Posts: 7,900
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    Steve Earle • Essential Steve Earle
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  • pumpkinman
    pumpkinman Posts: 7,900
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    Flesh for Lulu • Long Live The New Flesh
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  • indyhawg
    indyhawg Posts: 1,575
    Eva Cassidy- Live at Blues Alley.
  • pumpkinman
    pumpkinman Posts: 7,900
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    Christmas • Ultra Prophets Of Thee Psykick Revolution


    Picked up today sealed for a buck

    From Discogs:
    quirky neo-psychedelic pop in the late 1980s. Based in Boston, MA, the trio of Liz Cox (aka Miss Lily Banquette, vocals and bongos), Michael Cudahy (aka The Millionaire, guitar and vocals), and bassist Dan Salzmann released their debut album, In Excelsior Dayglo in 1986.
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  • aprazer402
    aprazer402 Posts: 2,433
    ^^^ How does it sound?
  • pumpkinman
    pumpkinman Posts: 7,900
    aprazer402 wrote: »
    ^^^ How does it sound?

    I’ll let you know. I’m about to lower the tone arm
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  • aprazer402
    aprazer402 Posts: 2,433
    Lol, didn't note the time. My bad!
  • pumpkinman
    pumpkinman Posts: 7,900
    aprazer402 wrote: »
    ^^^ How does it sound?

    I’ve been exploring 80’s stuff and buying the Lp’s when I find them. Overall it’s been great. Most of what I buy I like. Stan Ridgway has been an absolute joy to listen to.

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  • pumpkinman
    pumpkinman Posts: 7,900
    aprazer402 wrote: »
    Lol, didn't note the time. My bad!

    OK then it wasn’t for me. LOL it’s all good
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  • aprazer402
    aprazer402 Posts: 2,433
    I like Ridgway too, he's different in a good way, story-telling lyrics plus he enunciates his words well so they're easy to hear clearly and not buried in the music.
  • gudnoyez
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