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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby Matt Wilson » 25 May 2022, 19:42

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Despite this they created some great music coinciding with the advent of the CD age but does anyone play them now?


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Probably a sight more than play Toe Fat or H.P. Lovecraft!
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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby robertff » 25 May 2022, 19:59

Matt Wilson wrote:
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Despite this they created some great music coinciding with the advent of the CD age but does anyone play them now?


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Probably a sight more than play Toe Fat or H.P. Lovecraft!



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You know what Frank said Matt.


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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby C » 25 May 2022, 21:35

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Absolutely huge, without doubt one of the biggest bands in the world during the 80s, the antipathy of punk, successful at a time when they really shouldn’t have been. Despite this they created some great music coinciding with the advent of the CD age but does anyone play them now?


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I play the eponymous debut monthly

Making Movies also but a lot less regularly




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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby C » 26 May 2022, 08:05

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Love it!

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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby robertff » 26 May 2022, 09:00

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Love it!

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You're up and at it early this morning C. at least it didn't have Toad on it. I've got a double vinyl version of this with 5 extra tracks on it, (one live and four studio), is this the same version you have?


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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby John_K » 26 May 2022, 10:04

robertff wrote:
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robertff wrote:

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Really nice album by this Australian outfit, jangly guitars, good vocals, nice tunes, little noisy, little bit punky.

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If you enjoyed this album, try their second and third as well......one of the best bands around at the moment




Bought this ages ago, only played it a few times but certainly considering the next two.


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The other two sit on the shelves here also, been enjoying the new one over the past week...

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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby robertff » 26 May 2022, 11:14

robertff wrote:
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Love it!

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You're up and at it early this morning C. at least it didn't have Toad on it. I've got a vinyl version of this with 5 extra tracks on it, (one live and four studio), is this the same version you have?


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Decided to join you this morning with this C.


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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby C » 26 May 2022, 14:08

robertff wrote:
robertff wrote:
C wrote:NP

Love it!

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You're up and at it early this morning C. at least it didn't have Toad on it. I've got a vinyl version of this with 5 extra tracks on it, (one live and four studio), is this the same version you have?


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Decided to join you this morning with this C.


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The full Monty:

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Some of Live Cream (Volume 2) is taking from this







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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby Matt Wilson » 26 May 2022, 14:15

I love that box set.
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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby robertff » 26 May 2022, 14:31

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Pretty good DS comp. - all you need sometimes.


I‘m with you C. Probably play the first and Movies more than anything else.


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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby C » 26 May 2022, 15:16

Matt Wilson wrote:I love that box set.


Yes Matt - it's robust stuff!




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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby robertff » 27 May 2022, 14:39

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DISC ONE:

1 PLEASANT VALLEY SUNDAY (single version) – The Monkees
2 KICKS – Paul Revere and The Raiders
3 LET HER DANCE – Bobby Fuller Four
4 BUT YOU’RE MINE – Sonny and Cher
5 TOMORROW’S GIRL – Merrell and The ‘Xiles
6 SAND – Lee Hazlewood with Suzi Jane Hokom
7 ACID HEAD – The Velvet Illusions
8 ALONG COMES MARY – The Association
9 DON’T SAY NO – Ruthann Friedman
10 TWELVE THIRTY (YOUNG GIRLS ARE COMING TO THE CANYON) -The Mamas and The Papas
11 I CRIED MY EYES OUT – The Misunderstood
12 OUR LOVE SHOULD LAST
FOREVER – The Whatt Four
13 WANTED: DEAD OR ALIVE – The Rogues
14 THE WIND BLOWS YOUR HAIR (demo version) – The Seeds
15 MY BABY’S BAREFOOT – The Syndicate
16 POINT OF NO RETURN – The Music Machine
17 CHICANERY – The Royal Teens
18 KEEP YOUR MIND OPEN – Kaleidoscope
19 A CHILD’S GUIDE TO GOOD AND EVIL – West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band
20 FLOATING DOWNSTREAM ON AN INFLATABLE RUBBER RAFT – The Second Helping
21 LET’S LIVE FOR TODAY – The Grass Roots
22 SHE SENDS ME – The Roosters
23 (CAUSE) YOU DON’T LOVE ME – The Odds and Ends
24 HELP YOURSELF – The Sanctions
25 I’M GOING BACK TO NEW YORK CITY – Somebody’s Chyldren
26 THE TRIP – Kim Fowley
27 SAY WHAT YOU MEAN – Glad
28 COME LOOKING FOR ME – Diane Hildebrand
29 WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE – The New Wave
30 NEW HARD TIMES – Stone Poneys

DISC TWO:

1 HUNGRY FREAKS, DADDY – The Mothers Of Invention
2 ZIG-ZAG WANDERER – Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band
3 COMPUTER GIRL – Urban Renewal Project
4 THE MOST UP TILL NOW – The Peanut Butter Conspiracy
5 IT WON’T ALWAYS BE THE SAME – The Millennium
6 THE MUSIC SCENE – Fapardokly
7 JUST CAN’T WAIT – The Prophets Of Old
8 SHE GOT ME – The Misunderstood
9 MAKIN’ DEALS – The Satans
10 VIET NAM – Bobby Jameson
11 WITH NONE SHOES – The Leaves
12 BE HAPPY, BABY – The Odds and Ends
13 TEARS IN MY EYES – The Royal Teens
14 SUNSHINE GIRL (promo-only stereo mix) – The Parade
15 MR RICHLAND’S FAVORITE SONG – Nilsson
16 DO YOU LIKE WORMS (ROLL PLYMOUTH ROCK) – The Beach Boys
17 ALWAYS YOU – Roger Nichols and The Small Circle Of Friends
18 CARNIVAL SONG – Tim Buckley
19 FIRE ENGINE SKY – Michael Blodgett
20 I’M NOT LIVING HERE – Sagittarius
21 DON’T TURN THE LIGHT OFF – The Churchill Downs
22 NO SHAME – The Touch (Hunger)
23 UNCLE JACK – Spirit
24 AUGUST MADEMOISELLE – Children Of The Mushroom
25 LONG TIME – The Rose Garden
26 RUN* – The Candy Company
27 TOO MANY PEOPLE – Jim and The Lords
28 JUST WANNA BE MYSELF – The No-Nâ-Mees
29 SAY IT WITH A SMILE – The Heros
30 MOVE WITH THE DAWN – Mark Eric

DISC THREE:

1 YELLOW BRICK ROAD – Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band
2 SHE COMES IN COLORS – Love
3 TIME WILL SHOW THE WISER (album version) – The Merry-Go- Round
4 JOHN WORKS HARD – The Laughing Wind
5 CALM ME DOWN (promo single version) – The Human Expression
6 WHY (alternative version) – The Byrds
7 I CAN ONLY GIVE YOU EVERYTHING – The Heros
8 GOLDEN APPLES OF THE SUN – Grains Of Sand
9 YESTERDAY HOLDS ON – Moorpark Intersection
10 WINDY – Ruthann Friedman
11 DO I HAVE TO COME RIGHT OUT AND SAY IT – Buffalo Springfield
12 DRIVIN’ SIDEWAYS (ON A ONE-WAY STREET) – Merrell Fankhauser and H.M.S. Bounty
13 9 O’CLOCK BUSINESS MAN – The Peppermint Trolley Company
14 THE GREAT BANANA HOAX (extended mix) – The Electric Prunes
15 ISHA – Chris and Craig
16 SIT WITH THE GURU – Strawberry Alarm Clock
17 TRIP ON ME – The Forum
18 ROAD TO NOWHERE – Hearts and Flowers
19 SO YOU SAY YOU LOST YOUR BABY – Gene Clark with The Gosdin Brothers
20 LUXURY LINER – International Submarine Band
21 RUNNIN’ ON BACK – Del Shannon
22 SHE SLEEPS ALONE – The Parade
23 PIPE DREAM – Chad and Jeremy
24 END OF THE LINE – Boystown
25 SUMMER MAGIC* – The Paper Fortress
26 CUT YOUR LAWN – The Chyldren
27 A GIRL I KNEW (single version) – Steppenwolf
28 FLOWERS AND BEADS – Iron Butterfly
29 BLACK ROSES – Clear Light
30 HIPPY TOWN – Georgy and The Velvet Illusions


Another of those lovely little Grapefruit clamshell boxes has just arrived - love these sets. Quite a few of names on this I don't know so it'll be interesting.


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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby Matt Wilson » 27 May 2022, 15:23

Wow, a decent amount of songs that I don't have on that box.
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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby C » 27 May 2022, 15:55

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[Volume 1]

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Track listing:

"N.S.U." (Bruce) – 10:12
"Sleepy Time Time" (Bruce, Godfrey) – 6:50
"Sweet Wine" (Baker, Godfrey) – 15:15
"Rollin' and Tumblin'" (Newbern) – 6:42
"Lawdy Mama" (Traditional) – 2:46




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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby robertff » 27 May 2022, 16:23

C wrote:NP

[Volume 1]

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Track listing:

"N.S.U." (Bruce) – 10:12
"Sleepy Time Time" (Bruce, Godfrey) – 6:50
"Sweet Wine" (Baker, Godfrey) – 15:15
"Rollin' and Tumblin'" (Newbern) – 6:42
"Lawdy Mama" (Traditional) – 2:46

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Got both of the live Cream albums + Goodbye + the live side of Wheels of Fire C. but I much prefer the studio albums. I like the live albums enough to play them sporadically but I just don’t love them in the same way that you seem to C.

Did you ever see them live?


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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby C » 27 May 2022, 17:22

robertff wrote:
C wrote:NP

[Volume 1]

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Track listing:

"N.S.U." (Bruce) – 10:12
"Sleepy Time Time" (Bruce, Godfrey) – 6:50
"Sweet Wine" (Baker, Godfrey) – 15:15
"Rollin' and Tumblin'" (Newbern) – 6:42
"Lawdy Mama" (Traditional) – 2:46

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Got both of the live Cream albums + Goodbye + the live side of Wheels of Fire C. but I much prefer the studio albums. I like the live albums enough to play them sporadically but I just don’t love them in the same way that you seem to C.

Did you ever see them live?


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Yes Rob, the reunion

The solos were too short!



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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby robertff » 27 May 2022, 17:25

C wrote:
robertff wrote:
C wrote:NP

[Volume 1]

Image

Track listing:

"N.S.U." (Bruce) – 10:12
"Sleepy Time Time" (Bruce, Godfrey) – 6:50
"Sweet Wine" (Baker, Godfrey) – 15:15
"Rollin' and Tumblin'" (Newbern) – 6:42
"Lawdy Mama" (Traditional) – 2:46

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Got both of the live Cream albums + Goodbye + the live side of Wheels of Fire C. but I much prefer the studio albums. I like the live albums enough to play them sporadically but I just don’t love them in the same way that you seem to C.

Did you ever see them live?


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Yes Rob, the reunion

The solos were too short!



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:D

Probably less than ten minutes each then?



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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby C » 29 May 2022, 18:55

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An incredible album - one of their best



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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby robertff » 30 May 2022, 19:38

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Time for some Neil this evening. Think Neil could be in the group of artists that hasn’t always played to his strengths.



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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby Matt Wilson » 30 May 2022, 22:30

Decade is still the best single-stop Neil Young purchase you can make outside of the first Archives box.
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