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Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Dr. Winston, Oct 28, 2001.

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  1. Unknown

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    How 'bout that live Elvis concert that Bill Dudleston recorded at the University of Illinois. You can never have too much Elvis.
     
  2. Dugan

    Dugan Senior Member

    Location:
    Midway,Pa
    Ok my turn. I was thinking of which Beatles disc to pick so I went through the posts. The first one picked Abbey Road, so it was out. Then, of Pepper & the White Album(in mono & stereo) but they were there too.. along with Rubber Soul & Revolver. Heck someone even said Beatles For Sale!
    So I'll pick the other album from '67 (at least for us in the US) Magical Mystery Tour. In both mono & stereo. :p

    [ January 16, 2002: Message edited by: Dugan ]
     
  3. Unknown

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    The White Album. Make a nice 2-fer-1.
     
  4. RickA

    RickA Love you forever Luke, we will be together again

    Location:
    Tampa, FL
    My choice(s) would be:

    Soundtrack: Chinatown by Jerry Goldsmith
    Rock: Argent's first lp (inclds "Liar")

    Rick A.
     
  5. Unknown

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    Tommy James - Travellin'

    Its a great album that is yet to be available in the CD format.

    [ January 20, 2002: Message edited by: R. Gill ]
     
  6. Douglas

    Douglas New Member

    I prefer the album that has Hello Orange I am a Tangarine on it. I'm not sure if that's the title or not though.
     
  7. Unknown

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    Junior Wells - Hoodoo Man Blues.

    Alternatively, any of Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac's first three albums.
     
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