I'm a huge fan of prog rock including the obscure things though that lp was fairly common when I was at college. I liked some Motown in the old days and I used to have quite a few singles on 45. BTW if there is anything prog/psych oriented that you want (that I have..) I'll be glad to burn it and mail it to you. Cheers.
Very generous offer. And I appreciate it. I would supply materials of course.
I'd need to dig through my stuff first. So much of it I've just converted to Flac on hard drives. Under Linux of course. We can't be trusting this stuff to Windoze, now can we?
How are you fixed for It's A Beautiful Day? I'm not sure if I got them on drives or not. They might have suffered the same fate as Bloodrock and Rory Gallagher.
I have It's A Beautiful Day on cd.....I can burn it and mail it to you. I have never put mine on the hard drive except to burn them for people. How does Flac work..?
Sorry for the slow response. I just extricated myself from the local swine .............. er ........... medical establishment. FLAC is perfecto as far as I'm concerned. PM me for any details you might need. Tim
Re: What music are you listening to now?
« Reply #595 on: Jul 5th, 2011, 08:03am »
Chris Payne, the bass player with The Members has been a close friend of mine for getting on forty years now. Anyway, they have a new video out "Midlife Crisis" and I just got it sent to me in my e-mail. JC (the main man in the video) would like it spread far and wide. There's a one minute lead-in then the muzak starts ...