Whats on your turntable tonight?

For me its the first or very early LP's of:
Allman Brothers - "Allman Joys" "Idyllwild South"
Santana - "Santana" 200 g reissue
Emerson Lake and Palmer - "Emerson Lake and Palmer"
Beethoven - "Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major" Rudolph Serkin/Ozawa/BSO

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Linda Ronstadt-Greatest Hits Volume 2 Side 1 SQ 4.4
Commodores-Natural High Side 1 SQ 4.5
Balalaika Favorites(Mercury SR 90310) Side 1 SQ 4.8
Jethro Tull-Stormwatch Side 1 SQ 4.2
Olivia Newton-John-Clearly Love Side 1 SQ 3.9
Carmen McRae-You're Looking At Me Side 2 SQ 4.5
Blue Rodeo-Outskirts Side 1 SQ 4

(2) 1970's pop/rock masterpieces, Doobie Brothers -Toulouse Street and Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band-Night Moves!
Macdadtexas-Great choices!!! Were the STP/Soundgarden original pressings? How would you rate the sound quality of these 2 "grunge" vinyl recordings?
@noromance +1 Erroll Garner. Just curious about the sound quality?
Jose Feliciano-Feliciano(LSP-3957) Side 1
Giuseppe di Stefano-Sings Neapolitan Songs(Angel 36102) Side 2
Heart-Dreamboat Annie Side 1
Harry James...and his Big Band Live in Concert(SH-2094) Side B
McGuffey Lane-ST Side 2
Alex Chilton-High Priest Side 1
Connie Francis-sings Award Winning Motion Picture Hits Side 1
CCR-Cosmo’s Factory Side 2

Sunday 9-13(site was down) Just want to keep track of my vinyl play list.

Wham-Make It Big Side 2
Steely Dan-Katy Lied Side 1
The Who-Who’s Next(Decca DL 79182) Side 2
Turk Murphy’s Jazz Band-San Francisco Jazz(MMRC-114) Side 2
Basia-Time And Tide Side 1
Luciano Pavarotti-Great Artists At The Met(MET 106) Side A
Tommy Tutone-ST Side 1
Linda Ronstadt-For Sentimental Reasons Side 2

+1 tomic601 Tommy Tutone was a very talented band in the power pop genre The ST album is also very well recorded.
Just picked up Jane Morgan/Fascination at Goodwill a couple weeks ago. The stereo version KS 3017 was released later then 57' 1961? The condition is VG+ at best, SQ was better then expected. IMO her voice reminds me of Doris Day with a Jazz edge. FWIW she is still here on Earth at age 96!
Heatwave-Central Heating Side 2
BTO-Best Of BTO(So Far) Side 2
Van Morrison-Beautiful Vision Side 2
Stevie Ray Vaughan-Couldn't Stand The Weather Side 2
Michael Hedges-Watching My Life Go By Side 1
Mendelssohn-Octet(RCA Red Seal ARL1-2532) Side 1
John Coltrane-Coltrane Plays The Blues(70's pressing) Side 1
Noel Pointer-Phantazia Side 1
ABBA-Greatest Hits Side 2 SQ 3.9
The Rolling Stones-Some Girls Side 2 SQ 4
Anne Murray-Snowbird Side 1 SQ 4
Keith Jarrett/Jan Garbarek-Luminessence Side 2 SQ 4.3
The 5th Dimension-Go Where You Wanna Go Side 1 SQ 4.2
Ramsey Lewis-Routes Side 1 SQ 4.2 
Crosby, Stills & Nash-ST Side 1 SQ 4.4
CKLW-Solid Gold Volume 2 Side 3 SQ 3.7
Juice Newton-Quiet Lies Side 1
Jennifer Holliday-Say You Love Me Side 2
Marshall Crenshaw- Good Evening Side 1
Rush-Moving Pictures Side 1
Blondie-Autoamerican Side 1
Lita Ford-Stiletto Side 1
Alexander Zonjic- When It Is Real Side 2

It was 1980's night, I tried to spin a wide variety of music. Yes I know the Lita Ford album was released in 1990(May) thought for sure it was 1989.

Thx boxer12! Will be back tomorrow night.
Melissa Manchester-Hey Ricky Side 2
Joe Walsh-The Smoker You Drink The Player You Get Side 1
Alberta Hunter-The Glory Of Side 2
Jimi Hendrix-Kiss The Sky Side 2
Shirley Bassey-Never Never Never Side 1
The Manhattan Rhythm Kings-ST(ESI Records 202) Side 2
Super Country Celebration-VA(K-TEL WU 3740) Side 2
Grover Washington JR.-Reed Seed Side 2
Karen Brooks-Walk On Side 2
Yes-Fragile(1st pressing w/booklet) Side 1
Cry Before Dawn-Crimes Of Conscience Side 1
Asia-ST Side 1
Longhouse-ST Side 1
Emmylou Harris-Cimarron Side 1
John Klemmer-Cry Side 1
@big_greg +1 Steely Dan Can’t Buy A Thrill. Will play later tonight(hope my copy has no barcode).
Chuck Mangione-Main Squeeze Side 2
The Rolling Stones-Sticky Fingers(Early 80's Barcode) Side 1
Doc & Merle Watson-Down South Side A
Chicago Transit Authority-ST(MFSL-2-128) Side 2
Wynton Marsalis-J Mood Side 2
Bad Company-10 From 6 Side 2
Gustav Holst-The Planets(Audio Spectrum ASC-10034) Side 1
Rosemary Clooney-Sings The Lyrics Of Ira Gershwin Side 1

FWIW- I will play Christmas recordings until January 3.
Ricky Skaggs-Highways & Heartaches Side 2
Deep Purple-Machine Head Side 2
Angela Bofill-Angie Side 1
Saga-Heads Or Tales Side 1
Bill Evans Trio-At Shelly's Manne-Hole Side 1
Three Dog Night-Seven Separate Fools{Probe Pink Label UK} Side 1
Esther Phillips- Burnin' Live At Freddie Jett's Pied Piper Side 1
Metallica-...And Justice For All Side 2
The Blackwood Brothers Quartet-Amazing Grace Side 2
John Coltrane-Coltrane Plays the Blues Side 1
Pointer Sisters-Energy Side 2
Greta Van Fleet-Anthem Of The Peaceful Army Side 1
Joni Mitchell-Clouds Side 2
Sarah Vaughan-Sassy Swings The Tivoli Side 1
Liszt/Dvorak(Ormandy RCA LSC-3085) Side 1
Thx yes it does!
I dusted off/cleaned several 80's recordings. My wife really enjoyed Rosanne Cash and Tina Turner. Will spin some more 80's recordings on Tuesday night.
Toni Tennille-Do It Again Side 1
Delia Bell-ST Side 2
Teddy Pendergrass-Love Language Side 2
Scandal-Warrior Side 1
Julian Bream-Classic Guitar(RCA LSC 3070) Side 2
Susie Allanson-We Belong Together Side 2
Tom Scott & The LA Express-Tom Cat Side 1
The Phil Woods Quintet-Song For Sisyphus Side A
Prokofiev-Symphony No.5(Szell Columbia Y35923) Side 2
Jonathan Edwards-ST Side 2
Sergio Franchi-I’m A Fool To Want You Side 1
Diana Ross And The Supremes-Anthology Side 1
Aldo Nova-Subject/Aldo Nova Side 1
Tina Turner-Private Dancer Side 1
Rosanne Cash-King’s Record Shop Side 2
Oscar Peterson Trio With Milt Jackson- Very Tall Side 1
John Cougar Mellencamp-The Lonesome Jubilee Side 1
Christine McVie - ST
Cedar Walton - Soundscapes
Tony Bennet - At Carnegie Hall
Jonathan Edwards - Sailboat
Blood Sweat & Tears-New Blood
An Isaac Stern/Vivaldi Gala

Thx Uberwaltz🌞 I have a very wide range in music tastes.
Bobby Darin-That's All(mono)
Ronnie Milsap-Live
Aerosmith-Classics Live
Dave Mason-Alone Together
Buddy Rich-Swingin' New Big Band
Diane Schuur-Scbuur Thing
Alice Cooper-Welcome To My Nightmare
George Benson-Weekend In LA
Emmylou Harris-Roses In The Snow
The Moody Blues-Long Distance Voyager
Chausson-Symphony In B Flat Major/Ernest Alexandre Ansemet

Captain & Tennile-Song Of Joy
Harry James-Requests On The Road
Sally Rogers-In the Circle of the Sun
Marty Balin-Balin
Styx-The Grand Illusion
Peter Paul & Mary- A Song Will Rise

If anyone is curious I play one side of the album.
Michael Franks-The Art Of Tea-Side 1
Dire Straits-ST-Side 2
ZZ Hill-I'm A Blues Man-Side 1
White Lion-Big Game-Side 1
Highlights From Lucia Di Lammermoor-Side 1(Mercury SR 90261)
Jimmy Roselli-Sold Out-Side 2
Steely Dan-Gaucho-Side 1
Dionne Warwick-I'll Never Fall In Love Again-Side 1

Tchaikowsky-Ballet Suites-The Sleeping Beauty(AF FCS 50010)Side 2
Tony Orlando and Dawn-Skybird-Side 2
Dave Mason-Certified Live-Side 2
Dick Haymes-Keep it Simple-Side 2
Cleo Lane-Gonna Get Through-Side 2
Jefferson Starship-Red Octopus-Side 1
Rare Silk-New Weave-Side 2
Carpenters-Horizon-Side 1
The Call-Into The Woods-Side 1
Tchaikovsky Symphony No.5-Previn/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra-Complete 4 movements-Telarc DG-10107
Ronnie Laws-Every Generation Side 2 SQ 4.2
Freddy Fender-Before The Next Teardrop Falls Side A SQ 4
Michael Franks-Objects of Desire Side 2 SQ 4.3
The Babys-On The Edge Side 2 SQ 4,2
Nancy Wilson-The Nancy Wilson Show Side 2 SQ 4
Rimsky-Korsakov-Scheherazade(MS 6069 Six Eye)Side 1 SQ 4.5
John Lennon/Yoko Ono-Double Fantasy Side 2 SQ 4.2
Mountain-Twin Peaks-Side 1
The Mills Brothers-Dream A  Little Dream Of Me-Side 2
The Association-Greatest Hits-Side 2
Stevie Wonder-Songs In The Key Of Life-Side 3
Sergio Franchi-I'm A Fool To Want You-Side 2
Dionne Warrick-In Valley Of The Dolls-Side 1
Dusty Springfield-You Don't Have To Tell Me You Love Me-Side 1
Joe Sample-Carmel-Side 2

Susannah McCorkle-The Music Of Harry Warren Side 2
The Doobie Brothers-Takin’ It To The Streets Side 1
Nils Lofgren-Nils Side 1
Jackson Browne-Lives In The Balance Side 2
Butler Twins-Live In Detroit Side B
Sting-The Dream Of The Blue Turtles Side 2
Van Morrison-Veedon Fleece(barcode pressing) Side 1
+1 boxer12 w/Caravanserai. IMO the best of the 5 or 6 five star albums by Santana!
@uberwaltz... Chance great prog/pop recording, one of the 80's best.

Neil Young-On The Beach-Side 2
David Bromberg-Demon In Disguise-Side 2
John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman-Side 1
UK-Night After Night-Side 2
The Barbra Streisand Album-Side 2
Melissa-Melissa Manchester Side 2

@reubent  +3 City To City/French Kiss and Watch. You nailed some of the best recordings of the late 1970's!!!
Gene Watson- Honky Tonk Crazy-Side 2
The Weavers Reunion Part 2--Side 2
Mozart-No.38 in  D "Prague"-Otto Klemperer/Philharmonia Orchestra
Frank Morgan Quartet-Yardbird Suite-Side 1
The Pointer Sisters-Live At The Opera.House-Side 2(Tribute To Ms. Bonnie Pointer)
The Manhatten Transfer-Bodies And Souls Side 2
The Rolling Stones-Hot Rocks 1964-1971 Side 3
Mason Ruffner-Gypsy Blood Side 1
Marlena Shaw-It Is Love Side A
The Phil Woods Quartet-More Live Side 2
Phil Woods-Floresta Canto Side B
Cream-Wheels Of Fire Side 4
Billy Joel-Glass Houses Side 2
John Lewis & Ray Brown-Genes Of Jazz Side 2
Mongo Santamaria-Mongo At The Village Gate Side 1
Mary Chapin Carpenter-State Of The Heart Side 1
Al Jarreau-This Time Side 2
Horowitz Plays Rachmaninoff Side 1
Olivia Newton-John's Greatest Hits Side 1

Patrice Rushen -Posh Side 2
The Babys- Union Jacks  Side 1
The L.A. 4-ST Side 1
Edith Piaf-Piaf At The Olympia Side 1
Artur Rubinstein-Chopin Concerto No.1{LSC-2575 Red Seal) Side 1
Neil Diamond-Serenade-Complete Album
Al Stewart-Year Of The Cat Side B
Kate Wolf-Lines On The Paper Side 2
Wings-Greatest Side 1
Keith Jarret/Jan Garbarek-Luminessence Side 2
Aerosmith-Rocks- Side 1
The 5th Dimension-Love’s Lines,Angles And Rhymes Side 1
Brahms-Symphony No.4(William Steinberg) Command Classics 11030SD Sides 1/2
@ mwinkc-Winelight +1
Miles Davis-We Want Miles Side 3
Ronnie McDowell-The King Is Gone Side 1
Jack Jones-I Am A Singer Side 2
Traffic-The Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys Side 1
Dimitris Sgouros Plays Liszt{EMI Angel DS-38192} Side 2
Art Pepper And George Cables-Goin' Home Side 2
Rush-Exit Stage Left... Side 3
Bachman-Turner Overdrive- II Side 1

Herb Alpert-Rise Side 1
Pat Travers Band-Go For What You Know Side 1
Joni Mitchell-Court And Spark-Side 1
Al Martino-Spanish Eyes Side 1
The Doors-The Soft Parade Side 2
Steely Dan-The Royal Scam Side B
Charlie Rich-Behind Closed Doors Side 1
Duran Duran- Seven And The Ragged Tiger Side 2
My wife's favorite band as a young adult was Duran Duran so why not give a mint garage sale find a spin for her. She also became a fan of "Boom Boom Out Go The Lights" a song she had never heard before?
Cado Belle-ST Side 1
Amy Grant- In Concert Side 2
Aerosmith-Get Your Wings Side 2
Beethoven Symphony NO.5-George Szell(Columbia MG 30371) Side 1
Gerry Rafferty-Snakes And Ladders Side 2
Buddy Rich- Swingin' New Big Band Side 1

Janis Ian-Restless Eyes Side 2
The Police-Ghost In The Machine Side A
John Waite-No Brakes Side 1
Van Halen-1984 Side 1
Joe Williams-Nothin' But The Blues Side B
Cassandra Wilson-Blue Skies Side 2
Handel-Water Music Side 1&2 Yehudi Menuhin(Angel S 36173)
The Isley Brothers- 3+3 Side 1
Rose Hardaway-It's Time For Rose Hardaway Side B
Bruce Springsteen-Darkness On The Edge Of Town Side 2
James Taylor-And His Original Flying Machine 1967 Side 2A
Ambrosia -Life Beyond LA Side 1
Daryl Hall/John Oates-Abandoned Luncheonette Side 1
Eric Clapton-August Side 2
Horowitz-Plays Chopin Side 1+2(Columbia M 30643)
Tchaikovsky-Symphony No.7(Columbia MS 6349/6 Eye) Side 1&2
Crosby Stills &Nash-CSN Side 2
The deFalla Trio-Music For Three Guitars Side 2
The J.Giels Band-Showtime Side 2
Queen-Greatest Hits Side 1
Donna Summer-Cats Without Claws Side 1
Steely Dan-Gaucho Side A
Rosanne Cash-The List Side A
Night Ranger-Dawn Patrol Side 1
Freddy Fender-Rock’n’Country Side 1
Mahler Symphony No.4(Philips 6514 201) Side 1/2
Neil Diamond-And The Singer Sings His Songs Side 1
Joe Sample-Rainbow Seeker(MFSL-1-016) Side 1

Mahler Symphony No,4 was my 1st classical purchase in 1982 at 17. Purchased a Magnavox/Philips cdp shortly after so most of my following classical recordings were purchased on cd,