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#104

i have three; Mingus, Velvets and Incredible string Band.


#105

None, he had a shite taste in music mind. Luckily his own stuff was pretty good.


#106

What, not even the Florence Foster Jenkins?
Thought that would have been in you collection.


#107

Heaven forbid, I do have the Rights of Spring though :slight_smile:


#108

Rite

:grin:


#109

I can lend you my copy…


#110

I have that one too:)


#111

I couldn’t possibly


#112

5 here - that caused me to have a listen of Funky Kingston by Toots and The Maytals - I’d forgotten how good it was…


#113

Absolutely none here.


#114

Six :scream:


#115

2

The Velvet Underground & Nico — The Velvet Underground
Tupelo Blues — John Lee Hooker


#116

James Brown, LKJ, John Lee Hooker and that’s that.


#117

Not one I’m afraid.


#118

Just having a listen to the George Crumb after my brother commented on it on seeing the list. It’s certainly “interesting”. Not exactly easy listening for sure.


#119

The Last Poets — The Last Poets
Shipbuilding — Robert Wyatt
The Velvet Underground & Nico — The Velvet Underground
Forces of Victory — Linton Kwesi Johnson
Funky Kingston — Toots & The Maytals

Not all on the black stuff though


#120

I like a lot of them but only have
The 5000 Spirits or the Layers of the Onion — The Incredible String Band


#121

how weird I have the same 5 - last two on CD the other 3 on vinyl


#122

I don’t have any of Bowie’s favourites…

…I’m now feeling inadequate…:disappointed:


#123

That is not an uncommon feeling for you is it?