17th August, 2018
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The Best of The Platters (Import)

In 1953, bass singer Herb Reed put together a group of four men and called them "The Platters." Herb got the idea from a disc jockey referring to records as platters. The four men were Herb Reed, Joe Jefferson, Cornell Gunther, and Alex Hodge.
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The Search for Everything – John Mayer

John Mayer is some sort of a ‘chameleon of music’ and a very good one at that. He becomes a pop sensation with some kitschy songs. Then he goes and makes two solid albums influenced by the music of 70’s Laurel Canyon scene (born and raised and Paradise Valley), a new territory for him.
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The Stone Roses – The Stone Roses

The hugely popular 90’s British band, Oasis borrowed copiously from these four Manchester lads (vocalist Ian Brown, guitarist John Squire, bassist Mani, and drummer Reni), not just musically, but attitudinally.
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Christmas with Boney M

The harmonies fall like a cascade, the hooks sink in as you play Boney M’s Christmas album which is one of the most sought after 1981 re –release. Boney M has never quite gone out of style. They are one international act whose appeal spans over 2 generations.
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Timepieces - The Best of Eric Clapton (Music India Ltd)

This LP is incredible for it features many of the Guitar Gods well-known songs and takes me back to a fantastic time period when I just got to know his music. This is a really good compilation of Eric Clapton's most famous tracks
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Bach Trios: YoYo Ma, Chris Thile& Edgar Meyer (Import)

The good old Johann Sebastian is back with a touch of bluegrass in the company of three very accomplished musicians. Cellist YoYo Ma, bass player Edger Meyer and the mandolin (and guitar) player Chris Thile have come together to present this gentle beauty.
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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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