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23 minutes ago, ensconced said:

Indeed it is, and that whole album was pretty good as well.

I played my LP to death back in the day 😃

Still never really understood why they didn't go the whole hog and make it a double album at the time; the material to fill up four sides of vinyl exists (including the extra tracks they put on the remaster).

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5 hours ago, SteveStrummerUK said:

Still the best version I've heard 'em do...

And my favorite song to cover with friends.  I even learned the drum parts so we could record them and use 'em as part of the backing track.  😃

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15 hours ago, SteveStrummerUK said:

I played my LP to death back in the day 😃

Still never really understood why they didn't go the whole hog and make it a double album at the time; the material to fill up four sides of vinyl exists (including the extra tracks they put on the remaster).

 I don't know if it is true in this case but a live album is often a "Contractual obligation" album ( You have one album left to fulfill the label contract) and since you get the same amount of money advanced either way, maybe the band management decided to save the money on the production by only have to mix/master one LP worth of songs?

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I loves me some Louis Jordan. Fine alto saxophonist and music often with a sense of humor.

Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby - Louis Jordan

 

 

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You'll only see the connection if you've seen that "other" Fred! 😁

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Bad Case Of Loving You (Doctor Doctor) - Robert Palmer

 

 

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Posted (edited)

"Lost Someone" (Live At The Apollo) - James Brown & The Famous Flames

 

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I'm not really fans of S&G but they have a number of nice songs. Paul is a very sophisticated songwriter. He does things that sound natural and easy but are inventive. This is one I by them I really like and the Wrecking Crew did a great job on the instrumental backing.

And after  all boxers are warriors thus the association.

The Boxer - Simon & Garfunkle

 

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