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Saturday, March 14, 2009


The recent inventory of the vinyl collection - my one true obsession - has resulted in a list of records that are needed, wheather as replacements for lost or stolen albums, or just plain glaring ommisions.

Accept – Balls to the Wall

A-Ha – Hunting High & Low

Anvil – Hard n Heavy, Metal on Metal

April Wine – Harder…Faster

B52s – Bouncing Off the Satellites

The Band – Music From Big Pink, The Band

Bauhaus – In the Flat Field, Mask

The Beatles – Magical Mystery Tour

Beastie Boys – License to Ill, Check Your Head

Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath

Jackson Browne – Running on Empty, Lawyers in Love

The Clash – Combat Rock

Dead Milkmen – Beelzabubba

Deep Purple – Machine Head

The Doobie Brothers – The Captain and Me

Duran Duran – Rio

Bob Dylan – The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan

Brian Eno – Taking Tiger Mountain by Strategy

Fishbone – Fishbone, Truth and Soul, The Reality of My Surroundings

Marvin Gaye – Here, My Dear

Genesis – Nursery Cryme

Al Green – Let’s Stay Together, Greatest Hits

Hanoi Rocks – Oriental Beat

George Harrison – All Things Must Pass, Greatest Hits, Concert for Bangladesh

Jimi Hendrix – Are You Experienced, Axis Bold as Love, Electric Ladyland

Husker Du – Warehouse: Songs and Stories, New Day Rising, Zen Arcade

Michael Jackson – Off the Wall, Thriller, Bad

Joan Jett – Bad Reputation

King Crimson – Red

Led Zeppelin – Houses of the Holy

Phil Lynott – Solo in Soho

Tina Marie – The Ultimate Collection, It Must Be Magic, Sapphire

Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush – Live, Strange Universe, World Anthem, Mahogany Rush IV

John Mellencamp – Uh Huh, Lonesome Jubilee

Steve Miller Band – Fly Like an Eagle, Living in the USA

Motorhead – Motorhead, On Parole

Mott the Hoople – Wildlife

Ozzy Osbourne – Bark at the Moon

Joe Perry – Let the Music Do the Talking

Pink Floyd – Saucer Full of Secrets, Atom Heart Mother, Piper at the Gates of Dawn

The Police – Outlandos D’Amour, Regatta de Blanc, Zenyatta Mondatta

Iggy Pop – The Idiot, Lust for Life, Live TV Eye

Queensryche – Queensryche (EP)

The Replacements – Let it Be, Hootenanny

Dianna Ross – Mahogany

The Rolling Stones – Undercover

Rush – A Farewell to Kings, Signals

Sade – Promise, Stronger Than Pride, Love Deluxe, Lovers Rock

Spinal Tap – Break Like the Wind

Starz – Coliseum Rock

Talking Heads – Speaking in Tongues
Thin Lizzy – Vagabonds of the Western World, Fighting

Peter Tosh – Legalize It

Tygers of Pan Tang – Spellbound

Stevie Ray Vaughan – Texas Flood, Soul to Soul

Velvet Underground – The Velvet Underground and Nico, The Velvet Underground, Loaded

Wings (Paul McCartney and the) – Red Rose Speedway

Bill Withers – Just as I Am, Still Bill

Stevie Wonder – Songs in the Key of Life, Fullfillingness’ First Finale, Music of My Mind

X – Wild Gift

Neil Young – Live Rust, On the Beach, Harvest Moon


Diana Washington, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Nina Simone, Motown, Stax, Phil Spector

I'm pretty sure that I have doubles of some of those.
May be time to tidy up my mess and help you out.
I got some for you as well then.
I'm dying to see the "The Story of Anvil" I took a look at the trailer on youtube and it looks promising. Lips.
They are playing a 1977 (Robertson/Gorham) concert on VH1 a lot lately...Still Dangerous.. Phil is cool.
Didnt know Gorham was American, either...
i am going to bookmark this page and use it for shopping purposes going forward but do me a favor and strikeout records as you get them.
Fred - okay, cool.

MY - Mee too (Anvil movie)

The movie VH1 is playing is the 'Live and Dangerous' companion to the LP, 'Stll Dangerous' is a new CD of a show in Philly, 'Live and Dangerous' was recorded at The Raibow Theater in London, same year - 1977.

Scott always seemed so obviously Californian.
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