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MU reup (320rip)
Everyone is pulled out. Considerable time has elapsed from March 11.
Are finally returning to normal life recently.
The massive earthquake and tsunami that have no experience so far, I have lost a customer on the job and many friends. But I’m slowly recovering from the encouragement of many friends around the world gather here. And instead of my dear friends who continue to BLOG Update “twinspark” I appreciate very much.
I never feel alone and not. Encouraged me to my friend in the world.
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I ripped “Music Man” because the rip I was able to find elsewhere was overdriven, clipped and abrasive. That said, I had to fix several problem spots in the vinyl and was not able to fix one key spot on track 3. That was kind of a bummer. (by warrian)
References : WEST COAST MUSIC
Thanks kosta! @320 (Vinyl)
A1 : Nobody Gets This Close To Me : 4:20
A2 : Shot In The Dark : 3:38
A3 : Meni Devol : 5:10
A4 : To The Morning : 3:57
A5 : Sailing Without A Sail : 3:12
B1 : Double Or Nothing : 4:48
B2 : Sunshine After The Rain : 4:42
B3 : To Know : 4:25
B4 : So Long : 2:57
B5 : Magic Garden : 3:46
Produced by Herb Alpert
Electric Piano – Michel Colombier (tracks: B3,)
Guitar – Buzzy Feiten, Tim May (tracks: A4, B3,)
Horns – Bill Reichenbach, Gary Grant, Jerry Hey, Larry Williams
Keyboards – Neil Larsen
Percussion – Airto Moreira (tracks: A3,) Paulinho Da Costa (tracks: A4, B2,)
Producer – Herb Alpert, Lani Hall
Saxophone – Ernie Watts (tracks: B2,)
Synthesizer – Michael Boddicker
Backing Vocals :
Arnold McCuller (tracks: A1, B1,)
Bill Champlin (tracks: A4, A5, B2,)
Bill Quateman (tracks: A2,)
Carmen Twillie (tracks: A4, A5, B2,)
David Lasley (tracks: A1, B1,)
Venetta Gould (tracks: A4, A5, B2,)
* (Editing completed)
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Track List : Ver.CD
1. It Doesn’t Take Much/Give It Up
2. Over And Done With
3. Love In A Mist
4. Lost And In Trouble
5. Can’t Stop Loving You
6. Through Thick And Thin
7. Without Your Love
8. Everloving Arms
9. Take Me Back
References : WEST COAST MUSIC (Ver.Vinyl)
Unreleased live recording album before their debut album.
References : * / http://blog.diskunion.net/user/uncledog/tapestry/9847.html
Very British sounding and not very Westcoasty, but pretty good light rock nonetheless. “You Are the New Day” was apparently a pretty big hit in the UK in 1977. It’s not hard to see why. Someone earlier in this thread asked for these a while back, which is why I’ve ever heard of them in the first place. Hopefully that person still checks in here from time to time. (by warrian)
Air*aves – New Da* 1977
Air*aves – Next Sto* 1979
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In link of New Day (1977), visitor’s avicenne has shown it before.
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First off, I apologize if it is insensitive of me to do a bunch of music posts on day in which we got troubling news about had70. I have a limited amount of time here before things get very busy and I wanted to fulfill as many of my music promises as I can before I have to go away for a bit. I hope had70 would approve. My thoughts are with him.
The B-side of the vinyl had some bad diagonal scratches on it. Mostly this just resulted in some unwanted pops that were easy to see and just as easy to remove. I had to remove a couple bars of a rather neat guitar solo too because the sound got so jumbled and confused. I think though, given this was the condition of the record, it turned out okay. Let me know if you find any skips. I may still be able to fix them. (By warrian)
It is album which changed from their sound style of the past.
Likes and dislikes may be divided, but thank for that I was able to come across this album.
In any case it is valuable albums! Thanks warrian!!
Yesterday, I asked the resent state of had70 after an interval of approximately one month.
I reported the safety of him and the family to all of you with this blog approximately two month ago.
I sent an email to him one month after that time, but did not report it with this blog.
The reason is because it thought that his normal life is what he can regain by the lapse of time.
But, it seems to have been wrong a little….
The bad news about his missing acquaintance and business customers continues between this one month, and it seems to still continue.
That means that the result that did not become clear one month ago begins to become clear now.
Because he was able to come back to the home in the end of April, according to his answer of yesterday, his living environment seems to have become good than before.
But, I felt that his mental condition worsened than one month ago….
This is really a light R&B album like Donny Gerard’s from around the same time. It is notable to westcoast fans for featuring David Foster on Piano on 8 of the 10 tracks (His stand-in on track 3 is David Paich no-less). In fact, as far as I can see, this album features all the members of Attitudes who were George Harrison’s backing band at the time. “Love Enough” is a first-class westcoast piano ballad and Eric even tries his hand at a country song, so you can’t say he’s not diverse. His voice reminds me a lot of Richie Havens. (By warrian)
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References : waddywachtelinfo.com
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Here’s a fairly hard to find CCM Jesus music album from 1981 that some might be searching for. The recording is by the artist formerly known as Jesus, as a matter of fact. Originally Jesus Alvarez, later changed to Jason Alvarez. He was the male vocalist on that “Shame Shame Shame” disco hit back in the 70s. Check it out, if you want. (by JDCKent)
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References : Hi-Fi Record Store
ターの Kosta に依頼して、日本国外から私のメールを代わりに送ってもらっていました。
先程、Mirrorcreator からの回答が Koata 経由で届きました。
Thank you for contacting us.
We were forced to block Japanese IPs due to some serious abuse of our
service. We have now unblocked the IPs and you should be able to visit
Mirrorcreator again. Sorry for the inconvenience caused.
Thanks again shin !!