Discussion in 'Graveyard' started by Sox, Feb 20, 2012.
Holy crap! You have been scoring!
@Phil B. excellent condition other than a Very small mark down hole in upper right of cover. Can you see it ? Sorry about the glare...
Looks like one of those "drill holes" similar to the "cut-outs" on some albums. Nice stuff nonetheless.
I'm happy with it.
Scored this album recently. Bootleg, but the only live album available on vinyl.
Do you have this one Wolfy? Figured this could be your thing.
Nice, live Budgie 1974. As long the recordings good thats one I'd love, Nolob.
I must confess, not only do I not have that one I'm not even sure what it is. Who dat?
Heres some more I bought today
Went to get some more plastic outer sleeves came back with them plus 6 more albums.
Mahogany Rush - World Anthem & Thin Lizzy - Johnny The Fox ( new 180 gram )
Ten Years After - Recorded Live & Motorhead - Ace of Spades ( new 180 gram )
Jeez thats like $ 300.00 in 5 daze .
Bloodrock - 2 & Ghost - Meliora ( new 180 gram )
labeled wrong but you get the idea ...
My phones acting up.
It's a decent recording. Although Tony's guitar is low, you still get great sound played live. The earliest as far as I heard, there should be John Peel sessions somewhere, but on CD. Good track listing as well
You're The Biggest Thing Since Powdered Milk
Hammer And Tongs
Golden Earring from 1971 it is, before Moontan was released. Heavier than post-Moontan stuff and great. In fact anything between Eight Miles High to Landing is worth checking out.
On rotation today, heavy metal band from the Netherlands, Picture. If you don't dig it, I'll be very surprised.
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