22nd November, 2017
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Greatest Hits - Air Supply – Vol II (Import)

The Seventy's superstars to stay in the limelight comes on with full force with the distinctive style that the duos so famous for. For Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock, making music is nothing less than pure joy something they have being doing for over a quarter - century.
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Kill to Get Crimson – Mark Knopfler

The solo career of Mark Knopfler has been quite different from his Dire Straits days, much to the dismay of the fans of the band. Over the last 17 years in which he has produced 9 pure albums, the man has been exploring
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Yeh Hai Amitabh – Picture Disc Vinyl LP Record

On 11th October we celebrated Big B’s 75th birthday and what better way to pay tribute to the legend, than to pull out an old and rare picture disc from my collection of LPs.
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A Love Supreme – John Coltrane

What happens when the world’s greatest saxophone player journeys into the innermost depths of his soul to make music that expresses his inner peace and spiritual awakening? John Coltrane’s complete submission to God while he cleansed himself of substance abuse resulted in ‘A Love Supreme’, an album that is beautifully honest and incredibly soulful.
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Aja – Steely Dan

If you are an audiophile, it’s very likely that you would be swear by this album. “Aja”, the 6th album from the kinkily called band Steely Dan (name of a dildo in William Burroughs novel, ‘Naked Lunch’), is one of the best engineered albums in the recording history. But that’s just one of the manyfine aspects of the album.
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Men and Women – Simply Red

One of the few LPs that ws gifted to me way back in the late 80s by friends visiting India who knew my ardent love for LP records.
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Baiju Bawra – Naushad / Shakeel Badayuni

Classical music of the Indian sub - continent is based on the melodic structures called Ragas. Each Raga has its own personality and symbolizes aspects like time, season and mood. Raga Yaman for example, is an evening melody and Raga Malhar represents the famous Indian monsoons.
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Is This the Life We Really Want – Roger Waters (Double LP)

He is 73, his voice is weak, his anger is strong and his music is back to the quintessential Floydian era. Roger Waters has a new Double LP, an expansive and brilliant narrative for our dystopian times.
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Electric Warrior – T-Rex

1971 was the year of musical cusp in Britain. The Beatles were gone with the 60s, Jimi Hendrix was dead, and The Rolling Stones were headed towards the end of their Golden Era (although Sticky Fingers, released in the same year was a fantastic album).
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Surrealistic Pillow – Jefferson Airplane

Summer of Love was a social movement that happened in 1967 by a bunch of people known as hippies (coming from the word ‘hip’ meaning fashionable) propagating love as the cure for violence, particularly the one happening in Vietnam. The epicentre of this movement was the American west-coast city of San Francisco, where thousands of these propagators gathered in their colourful clothes and created a sub-culture scene with its music, art and the infamous drugs. Out of this scene was born the mysteriously charming second album by the local band Jefferson Airplane, pioneers of the psychedelic rock sound. It had a mysteriously charming name as well – ‘Surrealistic Pillow’.
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