Rob's first album back....?

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Rob's first album back....?

Postby Swiftie » 23 Mar 2024, 10:01

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robertff wrote:No music today, switch on the power amp has gone kaput - feel like I’ve lost a limb. :shock:


robertff wrote: The switch from Exposure has got to be sent to the local hi-fi dealer who will then install it into my amp, so time wise it’s as long as a piece of string really. Not sure if I’ll survive. :o


robertff wrote:Any suggestioins for what should be the first album I put on, when I welcome back my system when it's whole again, will be duly consider based on merit.


Some of that psychedelic compilation nonsense probably....

I'll suggest:

Spirit - Twelve Dreams of Dr Sardonicus





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Re: Rob's first album back....?

Postby ChrisB » 23 Mar 2024, 10:05

And I'll suggest

PARKLIFE

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Postby Swiftie » 23 Mar 2024, 10:06

ChrisB wrote:And I'll suggest

PARKLIFE


Sorry Chris - who are they....?



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Postby ChrisB » 23 Mar 2024, 10:10

C wrote:
ChrisB wrote:And I'll suggest

PARKLIFE


Sorry Chris - who are they....?



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An album by one of Rob's faves, Blur.
Was going to suggest "Silence is golden" but there might be a brick through our window

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Postby robertff » 23 Mar 2024, 12:04

C wrote:
ChrisB wrote:And I'll suggest

PARKLIFE


Sorry Chris - who are they....?

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There’s no hope.


;)

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Re: Rob's first album back....?

Postby robertff » 23 Mar 2024, 12:04

ChrisB wrote:
C wrote:
ChrisB wrote:And I'll suggest

PARKLIFE


Sorry Chris - who are they....?



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An album by one of Rob's faves, Blur.
Was going to suggest "Silence is golden" but there might be a brick through our window



:D


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Re: Rob's first album back....?

Postby robertff » 23 Mar 2024, 12:05

C wrote:'
robertff wrote:No music today, switch on the power amp has gone kaput - feel like I’ve lost a limb. :shock:


robertff wrote: The switch from Exposure has got to be sent to the local hi-fi dealer who will then install it into my amp, so time wise it’s as long as a piece of string really. Not sure if I’ll survive. :o


robertff wrote:Any suggestioins for what should be the first album I put on, when I welcome back my system when it's whole again, will be duly consider based on merit.


Some of that psychedelic compilation nonsense probably....

I'll suggest:

Spirit - Twelve Dreams of Dr Sardonicus


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A good start.


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Re: Rob's first album back....?

Postby robertff » 23 Mar 2024, 12:10

C wrote:
ChrisB wrote:And I'll suggest

PARKLIFE


Sorry Chris - who are they....?



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Good suggestion Chris plenty of scope to turn up the volume.


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Re: Rob's first album back....?

Postby Swiftie » 23 Mar 2024, 13:50

Between the Buttons….?



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Re: Rob's first album back....?

Postby robertff » 23 Mar 2024, 14:12

C wrote:Between the Buttons….?


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Glorious album, always pleased to play that - definite maybe C.


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Re: Rob's first album back....?

Postby Swiftie » 23 Mar 2024, 14:45

What about those Moby Grape lads...?

I've got a couple but I'm not much of a fan

Up your street I would have thought Rob




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Postby robertff » 23 Mar 2024, 14:59

C wrote:What about those Moby Grape lads...?

I've got a couple but I'm not much of a fan

Up your street I would have thought Rob

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Yep, definitely up my street, especially the first album.


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Re: Rob's first album back....?

Postby Swiftie » 23 Mar 2024, 16:07

robertff wrote:
C wrote:What about those Moby Grape lads...?

I've got a couple but I'm not much of a fan

Up your street I would have thought Rob

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Yep, definitely up my street, especially the first album.


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Yes, that's the one I prefer




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Re: Rob's first album back....?

Postby Limpin' Jez McKenzie » 23 Mar 2024, 20:46

For sheer sonic glory, Fearless (Taylor's Version) - it sounds like the aural version of IMAX.
I kept thinking "swim as far as you can, swim as far as you can".


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