Category: vinylcollector

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Not posted anything for a while, but I’ve not been buying many records either!

This is a split by Electric Moon / Terminal Cheesecake, released by Riot Season Records. Double sided cover and two colours of vinyl.

Hey man! Is that FREEDOM ROCK?! YEAH, MAN! Wel…

Hey man! Is that FREEDOM ROCK?!
YEAH, MAN!
Well, then TURN IT UP, MAN!
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Recorded for a radio show in 1970 it got released as a record in 88. I bought this around 1990.

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The band name is spot on!

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Manchester’s finest? Not in my opinion, but they had their moments!

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Classic record of the 70’s. There’s not a bad song on it, even the weakest song is good! My favourite album by Wishbone Ash. It would definitely make my top 100 of all time.

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Led Zeppelin – Remasters. 1990

Before the albums got remastered!

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Hawkwind – Space Ritual. United Artists, 1973.

A live double album recorded in Liverpool and Brixton. It has a large foldout sleeve and the records came in these printed inner sleeves.

Lenny of Motorhead fame was with the band at this time.

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Gong – Camembert Electrique. 1971. This was one of Virgin Records earliest releases. It was a bargain promo release, released at the very cheap price of 50p in the UK (about a dollar at that time).

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Hawkwind – X In Search of Space. 1971

This is Hawkwinds second album release. The original had a great die cut fold out sleeve. This is a later reissue on the EMI Fame label from the late 80’s.

The classic “Master of the Universe” is on this one! 👍