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New Mother Hips out 1/27 but the preorder vinyl arrived 3 weeks early. It's really good.

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Post-work workout soundtrack.
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Vinyl landed. 8-)
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Random Tuesday night vinyl party soldiers on.

Elder hits hard. Really hard....
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Nice call on Mahavishnu Orchestra, Brett.

Oooops. Not sure what the problem is. I was trying to post Stevie Wonder w/ Jeff Beck doing "Superstition" at the RnRHOF.
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I refrained the first time, but I can't stay quiet any longer: One of the truly great, most astonishing concerts I ever saw was Mahavishnu Orchestra w/ the original lineup at Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center during what was billed as their "farewell tour." Truly mind blowing and mind expanding to say nothing of an overwhelming display of virtuosity by all involved. I'm also thinking that John McLaughlin doesn't get nearly enough love around these parts. I don't think he gets dissed but we don't see his name come up a lot (including by me).
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beantownbubba wrote:
Wed Jan 18, 2023 7:20 pm
I refrained the first time, but I can't stay quiet any longer: One of the truly great, most astonishing concerts I ever saw was Mahavishnu Orchestra w/ the original lineup at Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center during what was billed as their "farewell tour." Truly mind blowing and mind expanding to say nothing of an overwhelming display of virtuosity by all involved. I'm also thinking that John McLaughlin doesn't get nearly enough love around these parts. I don't think he gets dissed but we don't see his name come up a lot (including by me).
I've become shall we say... "fusion curious" in recent days and I don't think you can really go down that path without McLaughlin. He's unreal.
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brettac1 wrote:
Wed Jan 18, 2023 7:24 pm
beantownbubba wrote:
Wed Jan 18, 2023 7:20 pm
I refrained the first time, but I can't stay quiet any longer: One of the truly great, most astonishing concerts I ever saw was Mahavishnu Orchestra w/ the original lineup at Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center during what was billed as their "farewell tour." Truly mind blowing and mind expanding to say nothing of an overwhelming display of virtuosity by all involved. I'm also thinking that John McLaughlin doesn't get nearly enough love around these parts. I don't think he gets dissed but we don't see his name come up a lot (including by me).
I've become shall we say... "fusion curious" in recent days and I don't think you can really go down that path without McLaughlin. He's unreal.
HA! I was going to say that McLaughlin/Mahavishnu is the short answer to anyone tempted to pull out the old tropes about fusion being a lot of sound and fury signifying nothing. I can give you some recs in the genre if you're so inclined. Headhunters is a good one too.
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beantownbubba wrote:
Wed Jan 18, 2023 7:29 pm
brettac1 wrote:
Wed Jan 18, 2023 7:24 pm
beantownbubba wrote:
Wed Jan 18, 2023 7:20 pm
I refrained the first time, but I can't stay quiet any longer: One of the truly great, most astonishing concerts I ever saw was Mahavishnu Orchestra w/ the original lineup at Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center during what was billed as their "farewell tour." Truly mind blowing and mind expanding to say nothing of an overwhelming display of virtuosity by all involved. I'm also thinking that John McLaughlin doesn't get nearly enough love around these parts. I don't think he gets dissed but we don't see his name come up a lot (including by me).
I've become shall we say... "fusion curious" in recent days and I don't think you can really go down that path without McLaughlin. He's unreal.
HA! I was going to say that McLaughlin/Mahavishnu is the short answer to anyone tempted to pull out the old tropes about fusion being a lot of sound and fury signifying nothing. I can give you some recs in the genre if you're so inclined. Headhunters is a good one too.
Headhunters is amazing. I'm working on starting a vinyl fusion collection because the stuff just sounds good as hell on my stereo.
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beantownbubba wrote:
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brettac1 wrote:
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Great title.
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The soundtrack of my summer of 1978 between junior & senior year of high school. I don't know how I pulled this one off to this day but I conned my parents into letting me drive from Seattle to Boulder to see the Stones. I thought they were going to throw Keith in jail in Canada & I had to see them. Didn't share that part with the parental units, haha. It was worth the trip. I saw them twice in 1981, too. I'm glad I saw shows back then because things changed a lot the next time they toured in 1989. It became the Vegas Stones. Still good but I prefer when they were more raw. Kind of a dividing line was Ian Stewart played on those early shows & Keith did most of the backing vocals. They played a bunch of the Some Girls album during that 1978 show. One of my favorite Stones records to this day.

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This, the new GBV and Elder are domination my '23 listening thus far.
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Finally picked this up on vinyl.

With the Sandbox reissue being on pre-order, the only proper, studio GBV records I don't have on vinyl are Same Place the Fly Got Smashed and Earthquake Glue. I gotta imagine EG will be reissued at some point soon.
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cortez the killer wrote:
Sat Jan 21, 2023 3:09 pm
proper, studio GBV records
how many is that?

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dime in the gutter wrote:
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cortez the killer wrote:
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proper, studio GBV records
how many is that?
36

I'm also missing Do the Collapse on wax.

Those are just proper GBV solo albums. No side projects or solo records were included in my tally. That's a whole other story...
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It's only rock n' roll..... ;)

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