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Abandoned Luncheonette is the second studio album by the American pop rock duo Hall & Oates, released in 1973.

After their first album, Whole Oats, failed to make an impact, the duo moved from Philadelphia to New York and started recording Abandoned Luncheonette, which became the first album they recorded as New Yorkers. Their producer was still Arif Mardin but they wanted to get away from the commercial standards to establish the parameters of their musical identity.

John Oates said, "Recording that album was where we learned how songs become records. Our producer, the legendary Arif Mardin carefully crafted each song, every bit of nuance, bringing in the perfect players for the right moments. And it all worked together as one beautiful musical tapestry." "We opened for amazing people — Cheech & Chong, David Bowie, Stevie Wonder. So we had all these experiences for the first time behind a record we were really proud of, and people were digging.”

After "She's Gone" was re-released in 1976 and became a hit, the album peaked at #33 on the Billboard 200, but by that time the duo had left Atlantic Records and moved to RCA Records, where they would become one of the biggest acts of the 1980s.

Another song from the album, "Las Vegas Turnaround (The Stewardess Song)", written by Oates, draws its inspiration from Hall's girlfriend and future songwriting collaborator Sara Allen, who also inspired the later "Sara Smile".

The diner on the album cover was formerly the Rosedale Diner, located in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. When it went out of business, its structure was dumped in a small wooded area located in Kenilworth, PA. The group arranged permission to take photos of the old restaurant but they thought that the session was incomplete without getting inside. And so they snuck in and photographed Barbara Wilson started shooting, carefully tip-toeing around broken glass and tile. The guys squeezed into a booth and the rest is album cover history. The interior was used as the back cover. The owner began screaming at them when he realized where they were, and they quickly left.

Wilson shot the black-and-white 35mm images on an old Nikon SLR and then began a silkscreen process to create the surreal color imagery, using a different stencil for each hue and then hand-coloring the final piece. It was the only album cover Wilson ever did.

Stephen Thomas Erlewine, from Allmusic, gave the album five stars.

Hall & Oates were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014.
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The Resurrection of Pigboy Crabshaw is the third album by The Butterfield Blues Band, released in 1967.

Its name refers to Elvin Bishop, whose role shifted to lead guitarist after Mike Bloomfield departed to form Electric Flag. The album marked a slight shift in the band's sound towards R&B and was the first Butterfield record to feature a horn section, which included alto saxophone player David Sanborn.

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The 1968 edition of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band featured a larger ensemble with a horn section, allowing for a jazzier feeling while retaining its Chicago blues core. They also adopted the psychedelic flower power stance of the era, as evidenced by a few selections, the rather oblique title, and the stunning pastiche art work on the cover. Butterfield himself was really coming into his own playing harmonica and singing, while his band of keyboardist Mark Naftalin, guitarist Elvin Bishop, drummer Phil Wilson, electric bassist Bugsy Maugh, and the horns featuring young alto saxophonist David Sanborn was as cohesive a unit as you'd find in this time period.

Butterfield's most well-known song "One More Heartache" kicks off the album, a definitive blues-rock radio favorite with great harmonica and an infectious beat urged on by the top-notch horns. The band covers "Born Under a Bad Sign" at a time when Cream also did it. "Driftin' & Driftin'" is another well-known tune, and at over nine minutes stretches out with the horns cryin' and sighin', including a definitive solo from Sanborn over the choruses. There's the Otis Rush tune "Double Trouble," and "Drivin' Wheel" penned by Roosevelt Sykes; Butterfield wrote two tunes, including "Run Out of Time" and the somewhat psychedelic "Tollin' Bells," where Bishop's guitar and Naftalin's slow, ringing, resonant keyboard evokes a haunting feeling.

This is likely the single best Butterfield album of this time period and you'd be well served to pick this one up.
Elvin Bishop (age 77) is an American blues and rock music singer, guitarist, bandleader, and songwriter. An original member of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of that group in 2015 and the Blues Hall of Fame in his own right in 2016.

Bishop's daughter and ex-wife were murdered in 2000. The culprits were the daughter's boyfriend Glenn Taylor Helzer, Helzer's brother Justin, and an accomplice. Both killers were sentenced to death for the murders; Justin Helzer, blind and partially paralyzed from an attempt on his own life while incarcerated, committed suicide in San Quentin prison.
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Live from Austin is an album by Delbert McClinton, released in 1989.

The first live album from the King of Texas Roadhouses. Raw rockers, soul ballads, driving band. A best seller. "Breathtaking, hardcore roadhouse rhythm & blues" -- Rolling Stone

Augmented by three horns, the Texas singer/harpist and his band pound out their late-1980s show, which includes several unctuous originals and McClinton's 1980 pop hit "Givin' It Up for Your Love." His shellacked smooth-and-easy combination of country and western, R&B, blues, and soul gives no sign of his roadhouse tutelage under Sonny Boy Williamson and Howlin' Wolf way back when.

Delbert McClinton (age 79) is an American blues rock and electric blues singer-songwriter, guitarist, harmonica player, and pianist. On a tour with Channel in the United Kingdom, McClinton instructed John Lennon on the finer points of blues harmonica playing. Emmylou Harris had a number 1 hit in 1978 with her recording of McClinton's composition "Two More Bottles of Wine," and a cover version of his "B Movie Boxcar Blues" was on the first album by the Blues Brothers. His highest charting pop hit was 1980's "Giving It Up for Your Love".

After an inactive period during much of the 1980s, McClinton made a return in 1989 with the Grammy-nominated album Live from Austin, recorded during an appearance on the television program Austin City Limits. In 1991 he won a Grammy Award for a duet with Bonnie Raitt, "Good Man, Good Woman", and reached number 4 on the Country chart with "Tell Me About It", a duet with Tanya Tucker.

Four of his albums have been number 1 on the Blues chart.
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Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown - Pressure Cooker, CD. Decided I needed to expand on my "Gatemouth" Brown experiences. Compilation released by Alligator in 1985 taken from albums recorded and released in France during the '70s. Sounds great, no problem hearing the instruments and good dynamics. Some really fine backing to Brown's fine picking. No tunes with Brown on the fiddle is about the only thing that resembles a disappointment.
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Albert Collins - Ice Pickin', CD. An old friend (my original copy was a home recorded tape of the vinyl) that doesn't get so much play these days strictly because of how much it got in the past. Typical quality Alligator recording. Always a pleasure.
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Mike Bloomfield, Al Kooper, Steve Stills - Super Session, SACD (AF). Listened to this album a lot when I was a teenager, not so much since. Hit the spot just right at the moment. Steve Hoffman remaster.
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What the? WoW; this one, slipped under my radar.

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March 2, 1959, the 32-year-old trumpet player and bandleader Miles Davis took six sidemen into a New York City studio, where they spent the afternoon and early evening recording three songs. On April 22, the same cohort, minus one of the two piano players who worked on the first date, returned to the same studio and recorded two more songs. As far as the musicians were concerned, that was the end of the story. For the rest of the world, it was just beginning. Four months later, the five selections were released on the album "Kind of Blue." The record became an immediate success, embraced by jazz fans, critics and musicians.

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I saw them on that tour at the Fillmore in SF, with Redd Kross opening. I even have the poster from the venue from the show.

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Buffalo Springfield, 96/24 FLAC. Mono version of the album, which has a slightly different sequencing with For What's it's Worth as the last track whereas the stereo version has it first. An excellent album I never heard before getting the What's that Sound? compilation of the studio albums from which this comes, as I had only heard Retrospective. Really excellent sound on this collection, even in mono it is quite clear with all the instruments clearly identifiable.
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The Mighty Fatha is a double album by Earl "Fatha" Hines, released in 1973.

Earl Kenneth Hines, also known as Earl "Fatha" Hines (December 28, 1903 – April 22, 1983), was an American jazz pianist and bandleader. He was one of the most influential figures in the development of jazz piano and "one of a small number of pianists whose playing shaped the history of jazz".

Earl Hines was born in Duquesne, Pennsylvania, 12 miles from the center of Pittsburgh. The young Hines took lessons in playing classical piano. By the age of eleven he was playing the organ in his Baptist church. He had a "good ear and a good memory" and could replay songs after hearing them in theaters and park concerts: "I'd be playing songs from these shows months before the song copies came out. That astonished a lot of people and they'd ask where I heard these numbers and I'd tell them at the theatre where my parents had taken me."

In 1921 Hines and Lois Deppe became the first African Americans to perform on radio. Hines's first recordings were accompanying Deppe – four sides recorded for Gennett Records in 1923, still in the very early days of sound recording. He entered the studio again with Deppe a month later to record spirituals and popular songs, including "Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child".

Hines met Louis Armstrong in the poolroom of the Black Musicians' Union, local 208, on State and 39th in Chicago. Hines was 21, Armstrong 24. Armstrong was astounded by Hines's avant-garde "trumpet-style" piano playing, often using dazzlingly fast octaves so that on none-too-perfect upright pianos (and with no amplification) "they could hear me out front". Armstrong and Hines recorded what are often regarded as some of the most important jazz records ever made.

Disagreement persists over the origin of the name "Fatha". The most common account is that radio announcer Ted Pearson, after Hines had accused him of being drunk, announced, "Here comes 'Fatha' Hines through the deep forest with his children", "Deep Forest" being the band's signature tune. Others have suggested it was because Hines had "...given birth to a style—more than a style, a virtual language—of jazz piano".

The trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie (a member of Hines's big band, along with Charlie Parker) wrote, "The piano is the basis of modern harmony. This little guy came out of Chicago, Earl Hines. He changed the style of the piano. You can find the roots of Bud Powell, Herbie Hancock, all the guys who came after that. If it hadn't been for Earl Hines blazing the path for the next generation to come, it's no telling where or how they would be playing now. There were individual variations but the style of the modern piano came from Earl Hines."

Count Basie said that Hines was "the greatest piano player in the world".

Hines's last show took place in San Francisco a few days before he died in 1983, at the age of 79. As he had wished, his Steinway was auctioned for the benefit of gifted low-income music students.
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