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Vinyl of the Month – The London Chuck Berry Sessions by Chuck Berry

Chuck Berry was a guitar Legend. I was introduced to Chuck Berry, along with Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis and many others, by my Mom. She and her sisters were into the “sock hop” music of the day and I … Continue reading

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Vinyl of the Month – Minimum Wage Rock & Roll – The BusBoys

This months Vinyl of the Month is Minimum Wage Rock & Roll by The BusBoys. This album was released in February of 1980 and until November 20, 2022, I did not own this album, at least not on vinyl. In … Continue reading

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Vinyl of the Month – Sad Wings of Destiny by Judas Priest

Withe the recent induction of Judas Priest into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (finally) I thought it time to highlight a Priest album for Vinyl of the Month. I, thankfully, still have my original copy of Sad Wings … Continue reading

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Vinyl of the Month – Jesus Christ Superstar

Time to get things going again. First off, getting back to doing a Vinyl of the Month. Last one posted was July so I took August and September off. Each month I highlight a vinyl album that was a favorite … Continue reading

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Vinyl of the Month – Wedding Album by Cheech & Chong

Gong out on a tangent for this month. For this month I’m going to recommend Cheech and Chong’s Wedding Album circa 1974. I still remember buying this album, I believe it was off the Army base in a deaprtment store … Continue reading

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Vinyl of the Month – Machine Head by Deep Purple

Deep Purple. Everyone has heard of Deep Purple right? Perhaps not, but at one time they were the loudest band on the face of the earth (1975). I was not initially a fan of the band because, as I’ve mentioned … Continue reading

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Vinyl of the Month – All the Girl’s in the World Beware by Grand Funk

I’m a Grand Funk fan. Been listening to them almost as long as I’ve been listening to KISS. They are another band that I am in the process of recapturing their complete discography on vinyl again. And I’m close to … Continue reading

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Vinyl of the Month – Physical Graffiti by Led Zeppelin

A little behind on posting this. This months vinyl of the month is the first Led Zeppelin album I ever bought – Physical Graffiti. It was released in February 1975, I probably bought it the summer of 1975, it was … Continue reading

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Vinyl of the Month – Angel – On Earth As It Is In Heaven

Ever heard of Angel? Most people haven’t. They were part of the Casablanca Records artist pool along with KISS. Like KISS they had a stage show and gimmick. They released 7 studio albums (one as recent as 2019) and one … Continue reading

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Vinyl of the Month – Foghat LIVE

Foghat was one of those bands in the ’70s that had a groove, a boogie. Catchy tunes you could sing along to made them the cassette to have playing while I cruised around town in my Chevy Monza. I’ve seen … Continue reading

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