Discussion in 'Off the Topic Forum' started by Del_, Feb 4, 2008.
Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again
I want to be Bob Dylan, Mr. Jones wishes he was someone just a little more funky...........
Gotta love Leadbelly
A day in the life.
Almost cut my hair. CSYN.
James Taylor live
Neil Young 'Down by the River'. Original version.
The JT and NY are both gold!
David Oliver Swafford
This guy had a great vocal range. I've got an album by him and it's quite interesting music. Good Morning Starshine. Some cool old album covers are in the video.
Loggins & Messina-Pathway To Glory
Some interesting instrumental transitions.
Don't follow leaders... and watch your parking meters...
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I'm not familar with Leadbelly but I've sure heard the name. 1945, wow!
That song give me the chills.
This one gets me even more.
Neil Young is one of my favorite lyricist. I've got all of his old stuff on vinyl and most of CSYN as well.
And just think...
Jimi hendrix got his start from Bob Dylan,
saying if Dylan can do it...
so can I !!!
The Drifters escape.
All along the watchtower.
Like a rolling stone.
And there's others that dont come to mind right now.
Is there anyone here that has a video of Bob Dylan and the rolling Thunder Review? It was a 1974 concert that shown him in whiteface?
Some of those turntables were pieces of art. I'm sure you can get them and replacement parts if you are willing to pay. I don't know if anybody makes new ones anymore.
I have plenty of vinyl left, but I wouldn't want to play it. Just keep it on the shelf.
I've got some of the classics, but it's largely 70's crapola.
Here's some classic vinyl from a guy who definitely "got it."
I've got three. My best one is made by Acoustic Research and has a Shure V15III micro ridge cartridge.
I just recently bought an analog to digital converter that goes between the turntable and amplifier so I can record my vinyl onto CD's or any other digital format. I've got better than 2,000 LP's and have been anal about cleaning and storage for the past 35 years. I don't play them much these days.
Hell yeah, but to buy a good one you need to shell out some good coin, or you can buy a classic one and still spend some money.
I bought a 15yr old Denon DPL-62 and love it, paid 500 clams for it but it is worth every penny, its more like a piece of machinery rather than a TT.
I got it with a Signet cart, but the suspension was sacked so the shop I bought it from replaced it with a AR xxx with a shebata tip.
And like Dan said, cleanliness is key. I have several LP's that cant be discerened by pops/hiss, people think there listening to a CD and are blown away when I get up and flip the disk.
Grand Funk Railroad - Closer To Home - Shea Stadium 1971
There is some really good music on this old Grand Funk album.
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