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
+1 on all of the Leonard Cohen being played. What a poet & musician he was!

Nice find on the GD box set. All of those were recorded well (with great music) to begin with, so doubt you'll be anything but delighted with it. My favorites of the set are "Workingman's Dead" & "Reckoning". Also, if you're not familiar with the song "Terrapin Station" you are in for a wonderful surprise. One of the most beautiful songs GD ever composed IMHO.

I'm listening on the dark side tonight (digital) to moe. live & enjoying every second of it.    
@boxer12. Thanks. Yeah. Terrapin Station one of my favorites. I have original or period pressings of most of this already but they are very old and some are worn (especially terrapin station that got abusive number of plays freshman year of college) Have intended to replace several with either Mobile Fidelity or other good versions. This was a timely re-issue for me and I think will be a lot of fun.

@slaw, The Thorns album is SO fine! Hard to miss with three good songwriters ;-) . I know Matthew Sweet and Pete Droge are huge Brian Wilson fans (I’m less familiar with Shawn Mullins), which may explain the advanced chord structures of the songs (much more sophisticated than those of Tom Petty and Mike Campbell, which are rather pedestrian), the superb melodies, and of course the excellent vocal harmonies. Good recorded sound quality, plus the drumming of Jim Keltner, always a plus.

Is the album available on LP? I have the CD.

Patti Smith - Horses (Arista 1975)

Never liked this album. Gave it another spin. I suppose it was avant garde in its day. 
The Thorns is on lp as brother Slaw has it but it’s not common or cheap nowadays unfortunately.
About $40 for vg on Discogs is cheapest I saw.