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Posted: Mar 28, 2024 - 9:27pm



2023 US 50 Years Of Frampton Series

Pressed here in Cleveburg in the old downtown hood where I once worked.  An old, old guilty pleasure album.
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Posted: Mar 25, 2024 - 6:56pm



1976 US 1st
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Posted: Mar 25, 2024 - 3:46am

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1983 US 1st
Plate o shrimp. I was just reading an article with Eddie Jobson talking about how he was in this version of Yes, and even in the “Owner of” video. I didn’t believe it, but he’s definitely in there - and edited out.
 
Been a fan of Jobson's work going back to Curved Air, long before he joined Roxy Music.

Jeez, what a fuster cluck this album was in putting it together.  Here's the bit from wiki on what you mentioned.  Amazing it got done at all.  It is a great album though and much easier to listen to regardless of mood, unlike most of the earlier material.  Wakeman was a good addition for a minute but they just went too far into the weeds for me to follow.  90125 brought back my attention to them, in a good way.  Then poof gone again a few years later.

After the band introduced themselves as Cinema on MTV, they received legal threats from other bands with the same name.[22] This prompted Carson to suggest that they continue as Yes, as the group now consisted of four past Yes members. When Rabin, who wished the album to be judged in its own right, was eventually persuaded, work began on promotion and rehearsals with keyboardist Eddie Jobson, formerly of Roxy Music and U.K. (Duncan Mackay, formerly of Cockney Rebel and 10cc, was also considered for the position.[23]) Jobson appeared in the video for "Owner of a Lonely Heart" and was reported in the press as a Yes member as late as November 1983;[24] however, seeking to consolidate the band's legal identity as Yes, management came to an agreement with Kaye who returned after touring with Badfinger. Unimpressed with the change, citing "political problems" within the group, and having a lack of interest in sharing live duties with Kaye, Jobson left by early 1984.[25]
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Posted: Mar 25, 2024 - 2:44am

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1983 US 1st


Plate o shrimp. I was just reading an article with Eddie Jobson talking about how he was in this version of Yes, and even in the “Owner of” video. I didn’t believe it, but he’s definitely in there - and edited out.


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Posted: Mar 24, 2024 - 11:20pm



1983 US 1st
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Posted: Mar 24, 2024 - 7:20am



1976 UK 2nd press
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Posted: Mar 24, 2024 - 6:02am

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I've got the 1978 Charisma Japanese pressing.  I should give it a listen...
 
Indeed.  This is one I forgot about.  Nice early pleasant to listen to Genesis.

Good, morning music to listen to.

If there is any Genesis that you're looking to upgrade or replace a beat up copy, now is the time.

Celebrating 75 Years of Atlantic Records:
The Analogue Productions (Atlantic Series)

I've already got The Lamb.  The definitive copy having gone through OP's and the half speed set from about 10 years ago. The first run already sold out and there will only be another 700 or so copies made.  I might pick up a spare copy.

The whole series has been primo.  Got the CSN, too.  Getting many more as they get released.

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Posted: Mar 24, 2024 - 5:22am

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1979 US repress

I've got the 1978 Charisma Japanese pressing.  I should give it a listen...

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Posted: Mar 24, 2024 - 3:48am



1979 US repress
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Posted: Mar 22, 2024 - 9:45pm

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1979 US 1st    Another radio station prize from WMMS.  1979 was a good year for me.
Funny stuff on that LP.
We had a boss at that time named Bob Brown.
I played "Bobby Brown Goes Down" for him.
He had a good laugh about that.
 
I've done something like that before. 

I played The Who's Mary Anne With The Shaky Hand from The Who Sell Out for a lady I worked with named Marianne. She got a chuckle out of it.
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Posted: Mar 22, 2024 - 9:00pm

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1979 US 1st   

Another radio station prize from WMMS.  1979 was a good year for me.
Funny stuff on that LP.
We had a boss at that time named Bob Brown.
I played "Bobby Brown Goes Down" for him.
He had a good laugh about that.


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Posted: Mar 22, 2024 - 7:30pm



1979 US 1st   

Another radio station prize from WMMS.  1979 was a good year for me.
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Posted: Mar 20, 2024 - 7:03pm



02/02/2024 US AAA  2 X 12"  45 rpm
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Posted: Mar 13, 2024 - 2:01am



1971 US 1st

Played once and put away for 50 years.  As Fripp might say, I wasn't ready.

I am now.  Damn.
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1977 US 1st
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Posted: Mar 11, 2024 - 12:54pm

 rgio wrote:

Both this and Eldorado were older brother/sister favorites.  I was young enough to be a bit scared by Fire on High.  My sister would turn out the lights in her room at the appropriate moments for effect.  Then CBS started using it for the CBS Sports Spectacular theme music...and fear turned to excitement.  

Because I liked listening to my older sibs albums, my father one Valentines Day picked up a few albums for me... erroneously selecting ELO's first album (the bulb...) and The Yes Album (correctly) as the first albums I ever truly owned.

Good stuff.


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Posted: Mar 11, 2024 - 12:51pm

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Radio station prize from WMMS.  Ground zero for the Cleveland Rocks part.  Same with the Neil Young album.  I was caller # for a whole bunch of things.  Speed dial was brand new back then.  Cleveland Rocks got real hard to take as it was airplayed to death.  There is a London Rocks version out there somewhere.  Haven't found it yet.
You Tube's got it...



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Posted: Mar 11, 2024 - 12:25pm

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There are a lot of gems on this LP. Right around the time I started listening to Ian. I've got a couple copies, no idea what pressing. 
 
This is an album that you can listen to all the way through, both sides.  Bastard and When The Daylight Comes are my two favorites as stand alone songs.

The only reason I know what pressings these albums are is because I've got to be 100% correct about listing these puppies for sale.  Down to the font on the labels sometimes.  What is amazing is how many 1st pressings I have.  Didn't know WTF you were getting back then and didn't really care that much as long as it was scratch free.  Going deep into what's left and pulling out stuff that has sat for 30 to 40 years.  The cherry picked good stuff is pretty much gone.  Right now I've got to fill my store up with as much as I can to hopefully catch some of those impulsively spent tax refund dollars.
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Posted: Mar 11, 2024 - 7:57am

 kurtster wrote:

Radio station prize from WMMS.  Ground zero for the Cleveland Rocks part.  Same with the Neil Young album.  I was caller # for a whole bunch of things.  Speed dial was brand new back then.  Cleveland Rocks got real hard to take as it was airplayed to death.  There is a London Rocks version out there somewhere.  Haven't found it yet.

There are a lot of gems on this LP. Right around the time I started listening to Ian. I've got a couple copies, no idea what pressing. 

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Posted: Mar 11, 2024 - 5:07am

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1975 US 1st press

Both this and Eldorado were older brother/sister favorites.  I was young enough to be a bit scared by Fire on High.  My sister would turn out the lights in her room at the appropriate moments for effect.  Then CBS started using it for the CBS Sports Spectacular theme music...and fear turned to excitement.  

Because I liked listening to my older sibs albums, my father one Valentines Day picked up a few albums for me... erroneously selecting ELO's first album (the bulb...) and The Yes Album (correctly) as the first albums I ever truly owned.

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