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    Quote Originally Posted by Kjetil Heggelund View Post
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    This album is really good:

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    Igorrr - Savage Sinusoid (2017)
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    Recommended to me by an acquintance... I really liked it...Crazy combination of styles, that works!
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    Malena Muyala / Viajera

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    First studio album from Johnny Winter after teaming up with Rick Derringer (formerly of the McCoys "Hang on Sloopy"). Also Johnny's only album that does not have a lick of blues on it. Great album too.
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    A talented instrumental rock quartet from Canada that I've been listening to for over a dozen years now. I recommend their albums Kaleidoscope, and Episodes. Their music contains elements of jazz, modern rock, and touches of metal. It's a great fusion of styles which produces an appealing group sound.
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    If you like music with the pop sensibilities of the Kinks and interesting vocals and arrangements like the Byrds you might like this band. All the tracks to their first album are found in this setlist:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y5Qf...DQArurC3tI-xGt

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    Jiří Stivín ‎– Status Quo Vadis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captainnumber36 View Post
    This album is really good:

    I've got 24 Scofield albums, but I never did pick up that one. I have the live CD w/ MM&W.
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    Last week I completed the Wire trifecta with the addition of the Pink Flag 40th Anniversary reissue. Colin Newman is quoted that he was a big fan of Free and Paul Rodgers which sent me off to Spotify to retrieve some old Free as I was also a fan - not Bad Company, but the group that came before known pretty much for one song All Right Now..

    Fire and Water, and Heartbreaker may be considered Free's best albums but this is the one I've been listening too. Now my head is full of earworms that have been woken up from over 40 years of rest. So I pass them on to the forum here in hopes that I can "Free" myself ...

    Doesn't seem the whole album is available, but here's a track...

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    I just got this yesterday. Stryper before they became Stryper. Many of the tracks are the same as on their first Stryper album, Yellow and Black Attack (Y&BA). The record company wanted to simply package this demo as their first album, but a woman stepped fourth with $100,000 for them to do it right, so they produced the studio album. Y&BA shares perhaps 6 songs with this demo, though one song is done more like a ballad on Y&BA whereas is a rock version on this. So, this is raw Stryper as they played it without studio manipulations.

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    Sweet Smoke -Just a poke (1970)

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