21st April, 2019
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Some Girls – The Rolling Stones

Besides the music of The Rolling Stones, what I really also like about this album is the die-cut design, with the Rolling Stones' members faces alongside those of select female celebrities inserted into a copy of an old Valmor Products Corporation advertisement.
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We Are The World - USA For Africa - Various Artists

Every time I hear this song We are the World, I think of the 80s. I have heard this song a couple of times down the years, on my turntable, radio and also on CD. We Are The World is timeless. It’s truly a great song. Just this one song has so much meaning, that I am not sure if I needed the additional tracks. It's been a long time since this album was released, but the great music lives forever and ever with so many great musicians joining for a noble cause.
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The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Electric Ladyland

‘Electric Ladyland’ is the third and final studio album by English-American rock band the Jimi Hendrix Experience. Released by Reprise Records in North America and Track Records in the UK on October 16, 1968, the double LP was the only record from the band produced by Jimi Hendrix and mixed entirely in stereo.
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Led Zeppelin IV - (Four Symbols)

Led Zeppelin released their fourth album on 8th November 1971 with no title printed on the cover. Generally referred to as ‘Four Symbols’ or ‘Led Zeppelin IV’, it has since sold over 37 million copies worldwide, while critics have regularly placed it on lists of the greatest albums of all time.
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Tapestry – Carole King

For the record, there’s an interesting story on how Carole King’s second studio album ‘Tapestry’ came to be. Going back into a bit of her biography, we learn that King began playing the piano at the age of four with her mother.
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The Beatles - 'The White Album' 50th Anniversary

The Beatles 1968 album, known as 'The White Album', is the ninth studio album by the English rock band the Beatles, and was released on 22nd November 1968. It was their first double-length release.
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Make It Big - Wham

Huge 2nd album originally released in 1984, from the dance-pop duo George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley featured the peppy track Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go which took the world by storm.
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Ten Years After – Live at the Fillmore East 1970 (1970 UK Blues Hard Rock)

‘Live at the Fillmore East 1970’ is an archival release by late ‘60s UK blues hard rock quartet, Ten Years After. The live recordings were made at Bill Graham’s legendary Fillmore East in New York on 27th& 28th February, 1970, but officially released by Chrysalis Records only in 2001 as a 2CD set.
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Merry Christmas – Bing Crosby

What Jesus is to Christmas, Bing Crosby is to Christmas music. This is one of my favorite albums during the Christmas season and gets multiple replays all the time.
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Christmas Sing-in –Gunther Kalliman

At first glance, the Gunter Kallmann Chorus looks like a German version of the Ray Conniff singers, all clean cut and smiling as they heartily sing out their phonetically precise English lyrics to international pop hits. But its "Gunter Kallmann Chorus", with Orchestra and Bells. Yes, Gunter Kallmann has the bright idea to accompany his cheer
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