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"
and,
Beethoven - "Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major" Rudolph Serkin/Ozawa/BSO
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Jan Hammer Group - "Oh, Yeah?"
@big_greg  - "She's Gone". Now there's a great pop song.......
Yes - "Tormato"  - Again!
@ctwith3  - I agree with @spiritofradio  - Nice stack!
@weegoody  @klaatuzero - Welcome to the " Whats on your turntable tonight?" thread. Keep 'em coming.....
@j_damon  - I love "Every Picture Tells a Story". It's in my top 10 favorite rock albums, without a doubt. I don't recall the author, but it was rated #1 best rock album in a book of the top 500 rock albums of all time. For me, it will never top "Who's Next", but it pretty darn good IMHO.
Humble Pie - "Smokin'"
Steve Earle - "El Corazon"
The Guess Who - "Share the Land"
Patto - S/T

Love this LP. 
Max Webster - "A Million Vacations"

Fun stuff from back in my College Days. Saw Max Webster open a couple of times for Rush back in 1979/80ish. Kim Mitchell was a GREAT front man.
@ chefscg - Welcome to the "What's on your Turntable Tonight?" thread. Keep 'em coming.....

Hooters - "Nervous Night"
Pete Townshend - "White City (A Novel)"
Kyle Craft - "Full Circle Nightmare"
Hey Guys. What's up?
Jan Hammer Group - "Oh, Yeah?"  - Oh Yeah!
@slaw  and @zm 

Thanks for the Happy Birthday wishes!

Let's see if I get to my other Birthday LP tonight - Titus Andronicus - "The Monitor". I've been streaming it a bit over the last couple of months. I liked it quite a bit at first, but the singer's vocals have started to grate on me. Let's see if the vinyl version makes it more enjoyable. 
The Elvis Costello Show - "King of America"

A gift on vinyl, for my Birthday today. I've owned it on CD since it was released so many years ago. In my top 3-4 Elvis Costello albums......
Guys, 

I've been busy riding bikes, buying bikes, selling bikes, building bikes........ Typical obsessive stuff, you know, like LPs and LP Playback gear. Still trying to get in 2000 miles this summer and also keep my 16 year old interested in the hobby.

I've been listening to music, but mostly streaming for convenience. Haven't spent much time in the cave lately, so very few LPs. Also, my best LRS is curbside pickup only. What's the fun in that?

I'll be back when the days get shorter and it gets cooler. Until then, Enjoy the Music (on vinyl).
Jethro Tull - "Songs From the Wood"

Just arrived from The UK

40th Anniversary Edition - The Steven Wilson Remix

Sounds Great. I always loved "Ring Out, Solstice Bells", "The Whistler", "Pibroch (Cap in Hand)" and "Fire at Midnight"
The Beatles - "Revolver"
Imelda May - "Life. Love. Flesh. Blood"
Yaz - Upstairs at Eric's  - Allison Moyet's voice is incredible......
Wire Train - In a Chamber - I'm in an '80's mood...
Jeff Beck - Loud Hailer 
Frank Marino and Mahogany Rush - Live
The Tubes - What Do You Want From Live -------WPOD!
Springsteen - Darkness on the Edge of Town
The Bears - Self Titled

Adrian Belew + Psychodots = The Bears. Some of Cincinnati's finest.
Red House Painters - Songs for a Blue Guitar (re-issue Double LP)

Make Like Paper is a killer..........


If you like Neil Young or Wilco, check this out.
Prefab Sprout - Two Wheels Good
Supertramp - Brother Where You Bound.

Recorded after the exit of Roger Hodgson, but is probably my favorite Supertramp record. More consistent than any of the other Supertramp records IMHO. I almost always listen to it all the way through. Not a clunker in the bunch.
Listened to Red House Painters - Songs for a Blue Guitar again tonight. Good record. Nice quality double LP. The song "Make Like Paper" is at the top of my current favorites list.
astro58go,

I bought Red House Painters - Songs for a Blue Guitar based on your post. Thanks....

However, I bought Brother Where You Bound in 1985! ;~) Been in regular rotation since then. 
palasr,

Thanks for your post about the 12" single of Supertramp's 'Cannonball". I took a look on eBay and found one in the UK. It's on the way to my house. Hopefully its the correct one. It is a 12" 45 RPM single. Side 1 is Cannonball (Direct to Disk Version) and Side 2 is Cannonball (Instrumental). Looking forward to hearing it.
palasr,

Excellent! I'm looking forward to it.
This morning I was craving some calming music to set the mood for the beginning of my day. Picked a perfect choice:

Al Stewart - Year of the Cat

Nice way to ease into the day........
The Smithereens - Especially For You
a58g,

Glad you enjoyed it. I think it's a great softer rock record. Good early morning wake-up call or nighttime sign-off...

I've really enjoyed this thread, along with "what's playing on your system" and "what's in your CD player". I've found some great music, or was reminded of some old favorites.

I worked late this evening and stopped in the local Half Price Books on the way home. Picked up a few LP's to spin on the Pro-Ject tonight. Got the following:

Jeff Beck - Performing This Week.... Live at Ronnie Scott's (new 180G)
The Knack - Get the Knack (used)
Bruce Springsteen - The River (used)
Emmylou Harris with Spyboy - Live in Germany 2000 (new DMM cutting)
astro58go,

Glen Hansard.....Who Ray LaMontagne wants to be when he grows up! LOL. Just kiddin'...

I had never heard of Glen Hansard. Thanks for the tip. Do you think Jake had anything to do with the choice to cover "Drive All Night"?

BTW, I was the same with Springsteen. There were plenty of Springsteen songs I liked, but I didn't have much from the boss, except an old CD of Nebraska. That was until I went to see one of his shows a couple of years ago. Turned me into a big fan. I've been around the concert block, a few of times, but I have yet to see a better show than Springsteen. Magical....
Feeling '80's tonight.......

YAZ - Upstairs at Eric's
Romeo Void - Benefactor

czarivey,,
Age or Decade? :~)