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No.136: “With The Beatles” by The Beatles (1963)
Second album from The Beatles.



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No.135: “At San Quentin” by Johnny Cash (1969)
The famous televised performance by Granada TV of Cash’s 1969 concert at the prison. Full film featured below.

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No.134: “Hot Buttered Soul” by Isaac Hayes (1969)
Paul Gambaccini once said “this is everything you need to know about soul music”. He was referring to the final song on this landmark album, Jimmy Webb’s ‘By The Time I Get To Phoenix’ which Hayes dissects, elongates into 19 minutes and tells his own story of that famous leaving song.


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No.133: “The Stone Roses” by The Stone Roses (1989)
A modern copy of The Byrds? (or The Searchers…?), The Stone Roses no doubt gave Stock Aitken & Waterman’s trebly, disposable pop a battering when they introduced the ‘second wave’ of indie music back in 1989 with this glorious debut album. Heavily influential, they spawned a wealth of baggy, swaggering bands in their wake.



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No.132: “Famous Last Words” by Supertramp (1982)
Anglo-American band Supertramp with their follow-up to the classic Breakfast In America (coming later). I think this is a superb record with it’s typically quality songwriting and musicianship, especially the sax. Third song here is a later solo performance by Roger Hodgson.



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No.131: “Obscured By Clouds” by Pink Floyd (1972)
Just before recording The Dark Side Of The Moon, Pink Floyd continued with their work on movies. This album was the soundtrack to a French film called 'La Vallee'. (Nope, I haven't seen it either).

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No.130: “A Sense Of Wonder” by Van Morrison (1985)
Mid-80's very mellow offering from Van. Some live stuff from the accompanying tour.




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Sense of Wonder, 5 minutes of musical perfection.
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Certainly is, bud. Another soul legend coming up in today's batch very soon

I didn't know that about Zepp and Willie Dixon. It's only fair I think considering the influence on that record.

Some are more obvious than others,they have paid out to other artists as well.

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