GALLERY: Canada Day Weekend NEW ARRIVALS!

Just in time for the long weekend, some new tunes!  I also ordered a book:  Sean Kelly’s Metal On Ice, as reading material for next week’s Sausagefest!  Seen below:  Original Soundtrack to the movie Still Crazy (thank you The Earl of Swirl for reminding me about this great film) and the new Helix album, Bastard of the Blues.

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  1. Love the fact that Kelly got right into bands esp like Coney Hatch,Kick Axe,Dwarfs,H Suite and Helix. Bands that had a bit of a American Push but came up short.
    Excellent read Mike,you won’t be disappointed!

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  2. Wow that’s good to hear!
    Vagabond Bones was pretty good ….guess I’m gonna have to check this one out…..
    Good on Vollmer!

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  3. Man! Still Crazy! That’s a movie I’d forgotten all about … I actually liked that a lot. Need to see if I can track that down!

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      1. Wow. I actually had a look for this and it’s way more expensive than I’d have expected for a DVD. Even for a second hand copy!

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        1. Just about £25 on Amazon. Cheapest second-hand copy being £4.99 (which surprises me – second-hand DVDs are generally really very very cheap nowadays).

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        2. Yikes. Yeah and I don’t usually trust Amazon sellers. Too many bad experiences. I only buy from ones with 99 or up approval ratings.

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    1. It’s good too, that soundtrack…years ago it was $30 or $40 from shady Amazon sellers. Now it’s reasonably priced from Amazon themselves. Who knew? You did! I didn’t even think to check Amazon based on past failure.

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  4. “ALL OVER THE WORLD” Yeeaaaah! I found the whole soundtrack on Grooveshart, that was first song I cranked too. So great.
    And props back in return, been on a serious Deep Poiple kick, even “Come Taste The Band” and my two Lord solo “Gemini Suite” & “Windows”

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    1. Right on! I don’t have those two. I have the Deep Purple version of Gemini Suite though, which was issued in the early 90’s. I have a Lord compilation with some of the Windows tracks. And I have his Concerto For Group and Orchestra, with Bruce Dickinson.

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      1. Original Gemini had Albert Lee on guitar instead of Blackmore, Yvonne Elliman and Tony Ashton on vocals, and Paice, Glover. He just inserted segments of that into Eberhard Schoener’s score for WINDOWS, a little better but still only a learning process for the Concerto, where he finally got it right.

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        1. Me too, it’s a real departure for Lord, more jazzy.
          Also want Ashton, Gardner & Dyke; Tony’s only chart success, “Resurrection Shuffle”.
          I have BADGER album with Gardner, Dyke, and Tony Kaye (ex-Yes)

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        2. Would be VERY interested in seeing that. My sister has the Butterfly Ball album, the only vinyl she kept when she gave me her collection. I’ve only got his “Elements” album.

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