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« Reply #920 on: Yesterday at 08:36:47 PM »


Robbie Robertson's self-titled solo album.  Bought this when it came out, and don't listen to it that often these days.  But every time I do, I wonder why not.


I have it on vinyl and think the same thing actually. Really good album
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« Reply #921 on: Yesterday at 09:31:17 PM »

I've never heard it, but Somewhere Down the Crazy River is one of those songs that sends me somewhere that is a great place to be all these years later.
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« Reply #922 on: Yesterday at 11:46:00 PM »


I've never heard it, but Somewhere Down the Crazy River is one of those songs that sends me somewhere that is a great place to be all these years later.


That's pretty powerful if a song you've never heard can do that!   Wink

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I've never heard it, but Somewhere Down the Crazy River is one of those songs that sends me somewhere that is a great place to be all these years later.


That's pretty powerful if a song you've never heard can do that!   Wink

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Hahhahaha !  Grin Yes. True. But now I've gone and spoiled it all by doing something stupid like buying the album. So we shall see.
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« Reply #924 on: Today at 08:18:21 AM »



Robbie Robertson's self-titled solo album.  Bought this when it came out, and don't listen to it that often these days.  But every time I do, I wonder why not.


I have it on vinyl and think the same thing actually. Really good album


Amazing album but, a bit like you, the vinyl has lain dormant for too many years. Thanks for reminding me to dig it out and give it another listen
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« Reply #925 on: Today at 09:22:37 AM »

Incredible String Band elektra period albums.
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