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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Boz Scaggs-  Dig
brand new sealed(Until now) Vinyl 2016 RE 180G
DOUBLE LP
 Probably not well known but definitely one of my favourites by him.
 Just a nice warm tone
Blue Öyster Cult - Secret Treaties. I hesitated to even put this one on my turntable and thought it was headed for the bin because it’s so scuffed and scratched up, but it’s playing great! Who knows, maybe it’s even White Hot Stamper material.  Maybe I'll put my Speakers Corner copy in the bin instead.  I really need to thin out my collection.
At the risk of making myself look foolish (I know, I know, nothing new...) wanted to post info about mail order situation from Germany.   I’ve had great luck in the past ordering (typically good) German pressings hiding in seller bins and attics over there in the old world but lately it’s been all bad luck.  8 week delivery times now not unusual.  Add bad communication to the situation and it can detract from the experience.   Thought I should give warning.  
@boxer12  I wish the best for you wife.  I hope the test results provide very good news.  Stay well and healthy.

@reubent  thanks for the heads up on the Live At Leeds.  I have an original pressing (well worn) and a box set The Who put out a number of years ago with a fresh vinyl disc and that also includes CDs with the recordings from Leeds and Hull (another venue in England).  It's fun to compare the two performances.  I'll have to check into this 3 LP edition for all of those extra songs.

I have seen The Who 5 times.  The last two times were about 10 years ago.  However, the first three times included the North American Tours of Tommy (about 2 months after the Live At Leeds album first released), then Who's Next, then Quadrophenia.  Memories for life!!!  Living and growing up in Southern California provided incredible concerts for basically every great band there is.
Steve Earle - Guitar Town, surprize 5$ find at the local record shop in an the "Budget" unsorted bin.  It looked pretty scratched but i was so excited to find it I bought it anyway.  Plays very well (better than most "180g Audiophile grade" new releases) and the recording is soooo well done.  Very lucky & happy.