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Thread: Spinning Today - What Are You Listening To Right Now? (Part 3)

  1. #15611
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    Having a re-listen to this one as was distracted a bit first time through, it is a pretty good album, lovely swirling organ, with ethereal violin, parts have a Curved Air feel with touches of Procol Harum, good stuff.

    Cressida ‎– Asylum
    Label: Repertoire Records ‎– V 119, Repertoire Records ‎– REP 2224
    Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Gatefold
    Country: Europe
    Released: 2014
    Genre: Rock
    Style: Prog Rock

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    Listening is the act of aural discrimination and dissemination of sound, and accepting you get it wrong sometimes


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    Both the Cressida's are top notch prog. I lean more to the 1st album, but they are both highly regarded and expensive as Vertigo originals

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  3. #15613
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    Jericho: Same Title. CD reish.
    mostly overlooked 3rd album from a band that started as The Churchills in Israel, came to the UK renamed as Jericho Jones for their 2nd and then did this as their last in '72. Seriously good rifferama..



    wind the volume to 15.. dessert Island stuff..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pierre De Grenoble View Post
    Both the Cressida's are top notch prog. I lean more to the 1st album, but they are both highly regarded and expensive as Vertigo originals
    Mmm might have to try the 1st one.
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    This arrived in the post today from a very kind AoS member who had a spare copy, many thanks I am enjoying it very much, you know who you are

    Yes ‎– Tormato
    Label: Atlantic ‎– SD 19202
    Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
    Country: US
    Released: 1978
    Genre: Rock
    Style: Prog Rock

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    This has to be one of their best albums, mind you I probably love them all, each is slightly different, but this one seems to pull together musical elements from the earlier albums in a very stylish and well constructed way, whilst still feeling like a fluid rock band.

    Led Zeppelin ‎– Houses Of The Holy
    Label: Atlantic ‎– K 50014, Atlantic ‎– K50014
    Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
    Country: UK
    Released: 28 Mar 1973
    Genre: Rock
    Style: Classic Rock, Hard Rock





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  8. #15618
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    Quote Originally Posted by AJSki2fly View Post
    This has to be one of their best albums, mind you I probably love them all, each is slightly different, but this one seems to pull together musical elements from the earlier albums in a very stylish and well constructed way, whilst still feeling like a fluid rock band.

    Led Zeppelin ‎– Houses Of The Holy
    Label: Atlantic ‎– K 50014, Atlantic ‎– K50014
    Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
    Country: UK
    Released: 28 Mar 1973
    Genre: Rock
    Style: Classic Rock, Hard Rock





    One of my favourites too. Got a NM copy at a car boot sale, early pressing, with textured inner sleeve and "obi strip". Got to be worth more than the 7 quid I paid
    I just dropped in, to see what condition my condition was in

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    BB King - Live at the Regal
    one of those live albums that takes you to a different place, sounds wonderful in DSD.

    Enjoying Hifi 'n stuff.

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    Amy Winehouse - 'Back to Black'




    John Renbourn - 'Sir John Alot of Merrie Englandes Musyk Thyng & Ye Grene Knyghte'

    Barry

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