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    Dear Mr. President - only release.

    White House had copyright on the name so became Flesh & Blood & album re-titled Dead, White & Blue.

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    produced by Sly (Stone) Stewart. sounds great with pronounced low frequencies and jangly guitar - some tracks sound like a darker version of the '65 Byrds.
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    Let's see...ABC by the Jackson 5 just came on...

    Nothing is misguided to it's creators, only the recipients who didn't want the expectation ruined for them.

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    Having been bumped off the Sanus rack, the turntable went back to the shop system, and is now on the very solid wood file cabinet. It has four slabs of MDF under it. I put the amps above it on a box, the Arcam for the phono section, the Yamaha for main amplification, and output to the B&W wafflebacks. I mounted one of the LP Wall-Its, a simple matter of two screws, and you can load it from the front, or slide the LP in from the side - a cool item.

    So, tonight I played my latest (estate sale) LP purchase, Wendy Carlos' "Switched-On Brandenburgs." It has a silver and black cover, hard to photograph, and the music is more restrained than that of the original "Switched-On Bach" of years ago. SQ was quite nice.
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    What an elder can see sitting down, a youth cannot see standing up. [old Yoruba proverb]
    Look! Isn't that Uncle Patrel in a...in a taxi?! [3Mustaphas3]
    But...you keep looking over your shoulder...to see if I am ​there... [Curved Air]
    Who gives water to a goose as the land brightens for the morning of its slaughter? [Egyptian, Tale of the Shipwrecked Sailor]
    ...more dust bunnies than a desert bordello... [Orange]
    Aziz...LIGHT! [Professor Pacoli, Fifth Element]

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    I'm the Red Knight, by grant of the Black
    ​A better version of the first photo.
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    What an elder can see sitting down, a youth cannot see standing up. [old Yoruba proverb]
    Look! Isn't that Uncle Patrel in a...in a taxi?! [3Mustaphas3]
    But...you keep looking over your shoulder...to see if I am ​there... [Curved Air]
    Who gives water to a goose as the land brightens for the morning of its slaughter? [Egyptian, Tale of the Shipwrecked Sailor]
    ...more dust bunnies than a desert bordello... [Orange]
    Aziz...LIGHT! [Professor Pacoli, Fifth Element]

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    What is that behind the slots you display the LPs on, Laz? Some kind of antenna or a dart target?
    Nothing is misguided to it's creators, only the recipients who didn't want the expectation ruined for them.

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