After a year-and-a-half of eliminating the red-headed step-children, I've kinda been hoarding remasters lately.
I've spent tons of irretrievable hours in new and used record stores, I decided last weekend to "give-in" and go to Amazon. I was lulled into nothing, as I went there expressly to buy everything I could think of that I'd been looking for and have not found. I think these bring me more than 1/2 way to filling in my Triassic period.
I had all of this on vinyl. Much of it has been unavailable on cd for decades.
All of your recent posts re: SRV and Dire Straits prompted me to begin there.
Dire Straits, Brothers...; Communique
Linda Ronstadt, Collection (up to 1980)
The Tubes, Young and Rich; Now
Deep Purple, In Rock
Peter Gabriel, Up; Melt; So
The Who, By Numbers
Argent, All five of 'em
Genesis, The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway, Nursery Cryme
Kinks, Schoolboys in Disgrace
Stones, Flowers; Let It Bleed
XTC, Oranges & Lemons; Go-2
Frampton, Wind of Change, Frampton's Camel
Emmit Rhodes, Recordings---1969-1973
EJ, Yellow Brick Road; Madman
I'm in the shop part of this week, so I should get to lots of 'em
Oh, The new Bonnie Raitt is very, very good.
Edited by BobKay (05/20/12 11:24 AM)
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