R/E/P > Terry Manning

Songs from the 60's and 70's, obscure or not, that really stand out

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J.J. Blair:
Funny thing about "Eight Miles High" that I noticed just recently on my iPod, halfway through the song, before Roger takes another solo, you can hear the original tracking solo bleed through the drum track.  I had never noticed that before.

Skin it Back - Little Feat - pure smooth tones, rolling melody, sweet slide guitars
Dream On - Aerosmith - Huge vocal

Gordon Rice:

Anybody besides me think that Jefferson Airplane's "Crown of Creation" was an astonishing, life- and soul-changing moment?  For the first time, we heard something like the actual bass sound Jack Casady was getting onstage (thank-you, Al Schmitt!).  I know I haven't been the same since.


Lee Flier:
GEESH.  Way too many to even list.  You'll have me here all day.

OK I have to go to a meeting, I'll think about how to narrow it down instead of paying attention to the meeting.

Tim Campbell:
By the way Gordon, did you know that Spencer Dryden ( Jefferson Airplane's drummer) passed away in January. I still remember running around Boston to finally find a copy of that record when it came out ( Crown of Creation).


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