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Old 03-05-2014, 11:33 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Hell yeah, man. Roky Erikson always reminded me a little of Marty Balin (Jefferson Airplane/Starship). Especially in this track. True psychedelic mastery.

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Old 03-06-2014, 09:06 AM   #32 (permalink)
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The Move is kinda underrated.

I choose Left Banke though. Their debut is equal to Pet Sound which is very high compliment.
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Old 03-06-2014, 12:47 PM   #33 (permalink)
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I went to some guys garage last week to buy vinyl and he had that 13th floor elevators original vinyl for like $ 500. I told him you can get it on 180g now for like $25 but I guess its not the real thing. I did not buy it.
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I went to some guys garage last week to buy vinyl and he had that 13th floor elevators original vinyl for like $ 500. I told him you can get it on 180g now for like $25 but I guess its not the real thing. I did not buy it.
$500? Dude, that's obscene. I never thought they were that obscure.
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Old 03-18-2014, 09:59 PM   #36 (permalink)
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Back in The 80's, I saw used copies that went for at least $40, and that was pretty much the reasonable norm at the time unless if the seller was one who would really kick up the price for an original, but selling it for $500?!!! OK, maybe a collector's price for an 8-Track (all of their albums were on that format in 1969) if you can find one is understandable, but not for a crazy amount.

Anyways, the albums could be found even back then if you knew where to go. There were re-issues dating as far back as 1977, and there were UK pressings dating as far back as '79. I got Bull of the Woods that way for the regular price of $15 back around 1988. It may not be holding an original copy (which has it's disadvantages like just being pressed on bad vinyl - International Artists then were known to use cheap companies), but it's the music that matters.

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Is it OK to say the BeeGee's 60's stuff was underrated?



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Is it OK to say the BeeGee's 60's stuff was underrated?



Oh hell yeah. Love that old Bee Gees stuff.
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