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Originally Posted by Happy Camper View Post


 

1. Prelude - Nothin' to Hide (3:43)
2. Nature's Way (2:40)
3. Animal Zoo (3:10)
4. Love Has Found a Way (2:42)
5. Why Can't I Be Free (1:05)
6. Mr. Skin (4:01)
7. Space Child (3:25)
8. When I Touch You (5:37)
9. Street Worm (3:43)
10. Life Has Just Begun (3:29)
11. Morning Will Come (2:50)
12. Soldier (2:50)
13. Rougher Road* (3:17)
14. Animal Zoo* (3:10)
15. Morning Will Come* (2:50)
16. Red Light Roll On* (5:41)

Nice.  One of my favorite albums.  Have you heard "The Family That Plays Together?"

The Family That Plays Together

post #17 of 26
Thread Starter 
No I haven't. This is what I was hoping for. And for those younger collectors looking for something other than the typical Beatles, Led Zep., Rolling Stones stuff.



Red Side:
The World Goes On (Les Holroyd)
May Day (John Lees)
Ra (Woolly Wolstenholme)
Blue Side:
Rock 'N' Roll Star (Les Holroyd)
Polk Street Rag (John Lees)
Believe In Me (Les Holroyd)
Suicide? (John Lees)
Edited by Happy Camper - 11/21/13 at 7:21pm
post #18 of 26

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I haven't heard Barclay James Harvest.  Will check them out.  Do you know this one?

 

Swampsnake

Gang Bang

The Faith Healer

Giddy-Up-A-Ding-Dong

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The Last of the Teenage Idols

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post #20 of 26

Slade

Slade Alive! The Live Anthology

post #21 of 26
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Slade

Slade Alive! The Live Anthology

Slade, great live album. always an underestimated band, even Kurt Cobain has referred to them as an inspiration to his music!  Don Powell, now lives in my old home ground/small town in Denmark and I occasionally run into him when I'm there since we have related friends.   He certainly looks very differently from the old days, buthe still enjoys a pint or more and share his opinion on classic rock and what it lead to..

post #22 of 26

Free

Free Live!

@ Later members Started

Bad Company

post #23 of 26

Free

Free Live!

@ Later members Started

Bad Company

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Here Is A Nice Combination From The Singer Of  Both

Paul Rodgers

Live In Glasgow

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post #24 of 26

sorry just got to say it.  there is a reason many of these are long forgotten

post #25 of 26
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sorry just got to say it.  there is a reason many of these are long forgotten

 

Good point! :D

 

Still, don't ever confuse popular music with good sounding music.  This was even more of an issue before the digital age, when the media conglomerates controlled the air waves and they decided what was going to be popular and what was going to be left out.     

post #26 of 26
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Good point! biggrin.gif

Still, don't ever confuse popular music with good sounding music.  This was even more of an issue before the digital age, when the media conglomerates controlled the air waves and they decided what was going to be popular and what was going to be left out.     
Boy did they ever. I'm a card carrying Pink Floyd fan but I got so tired of hearing The Wall that for a couple decades I'd change selections. I've finally started listening to it again. It was the same bands and the same songs until it got mind numbing.

Edited by Happy Camper - 11/25/13 at 7:13pm
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