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heightfiveseven You know how you can meet a person (a dude, let’s say, in this case) who’s using his time and talents for the EXACT THING he was put here to do? (Like me and my Instagram account, basically.) Keith Olsen produced this Benatar, in addition to other “classic-rock radio station on in the lobby while you’re waiting at Jiffy Lube” hits – Foreigner, Fleetwood Mac, Whitesnake, “Jessie’s Girl.” Keith Olsen, goddammit if you didn’t know exactly what you were put on this beautiful planet to do and then you done went and did it! Hats off to you, my man. #PatBenatar #Chrysalis #SuperEasyCoverRecreationsWhenImFeelingLazy #KeithOlsen #PeopleUsingTheirTalentsAsTheUniverseIntended #vinyl #SparklyBodysuits 4w

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benwsumner Sagittarius, "Present Tense", Columbia records, 1968. Nice old <360> label original, which isn't too easy to find in nice shape. It's worth the price though, because this album is an audiophile treat. That's coming from a music lover who is a devout anti-audiophile. Basically, the audio on this thing really knocks my socks off- the clear, layered production just shimmers. Extraordinary. This album is the quintessential sunshine pop album, really; the ultimate Curt Boettcher/Gary Usher effort of pure sunkissed pop bliss. After this, Curt made the Millennium masterpiece which goes beyond the genre into more progressive and experimental territory. "Present Tense" is a perfect moment, though, and obligatory listening for fans of The Association "Birthday" and Simon & Garfunkel "Bookends". Top cuts are "Glass", "Song To A Magic Frog", "My World Fell Down" and the amazing psych gem "The Truth Is Not Real". Yet another diamond to discover from the magical year of 1968. #vinyl #records #vinylfreak #vinyligclub #vinylculture #vinylrecords #vinylcommunity #vinylbrotherhood #dustyfingers #vinylcollectionpost #nowspinning #ilovevinyl #sagittarius #millennium #curtboettcher #garyusher #glencampbell #keitholsen #wreckingcrew #columbiarecords #psychpop #sunshinepop #1968 2mon

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lisahonnell HAPPY TBT EVERYONE!!! Here's to throwing it way...back to when Ashley was first starting to post songs to YouTube, which caught the attention of legendary producer Keith Olsen, and lead to her working with him!! It's so crazy how life's path sometimes brings the people you need the most just at the right time!! #blessed #believe #faith #journey #Nashville #KeithOlsen #AshleyHonnell 3mon

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itsbetteronblack - Self-Titled - Buckingham Nicks - Polydor/Anthem - Recorded 1973 - Sound City Studios - Released September 1973 - Produced by Keith Olsen -- I'm seeing Fleetwood Mac TONIGHT!!! At the Forum in Los Angeles with @melissa.sandoval and this in their honor. Allmusic.com writes : "While it will be hard to find, this lone album cut by a young and ambitious (and still romantically attached) Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham a short two years before joining Fleetwood Mac is well worth digging out for your turntable. There are a few CD versions floating around, but they were no doubt burned from vinyl copies anyway, so don't be fooled. With the Mac's highly lucrative 1997 reunion there was serious talk of a re-release, but apparently it was just talk. Considering what the duo was to later accomplish, Buckingham Nicks is an engaging listen and served as a proving ground of sorts for both artists' songwriting chops and for Buckingham's skills as an emerging studio craftsman. It was a good enough resumé for Fleetwood Mac, who re-recorded the beautifully cerebral "Crystal" when the duo joined them for 1975's self-titled comeback album. The high-octane rockabilly of "Don't Let Me Down Again" became a staple of the band's concert sets well into the 1980s. Crisp, ringing acoustic guitars and a bottom-heavy rhythm section (using the talents of Waddy Wachtel, Jim Keltner, and Jerry Scheff) framed the pair's songs in a sound something akin to FM-ready folk-rock. Lesser known tracks like the glistening opener, "Crying in the Night," from Nicks and Buckingham's lonely-guy lament, "Without a Leg to Stand On," are on a par with their later mega hits. At the same time, the misogyny of Buckingham's "Lola, My Love" is a real eye-roller and the orchestral overtones of "Frozen Love" show that the two were over-reaching themselves just a bit. Buckingham-Nicks was a stiff however and the couple had lost their deal with Polydor. But 1975, of course, proved to be one of their better years." #BuckinghamNicks #FleetwoodMac #StevieNicks #LindseyBuckingham #SoundCity #AlbumRock #SoftRock #KeithOlsen #FMRock #FolkRock #AMRock 4mon

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egemenlimon pazar gecesine bir pat, bir benatar, bir hell is for children, bir you better run
#patbenatar #crimesofpassion #album #chrysalis #records #1980 #producedby #keitholsen #vinyl #instavinyl #plak #nowspinning #battaniye
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  •   oxygene.records Nice 6mon
  •   sarosecikyan Hadi be,dükkanda mı evde mi bu?Fonda benim gitarı gördüğüme göre... 6mon
  •   plakhane Şimdilik evde, yarın dükkana gider hemen de alıcısını bulur, güzel gitar çünkü 6mon
  •   aykutoger Bi tek blu-ray eksik @plakhane ;) 6mon

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Nashville Justin Cipollini
  •   yoerica Ha! Awesome. 7mon
  •   yoerica I fell asleep lol 7mon
  •   djmurphy_chgo If I may get all music-geek about the white labels on this record... The picture of Pat was standard on all known copies, but the fact that there isn't a) any of the blue portions common to the stock-issue Chrysalis label, b) a black and white representation of the Chrysalis logo, or c) a mention that the record is a promo issue make me think that there was a printing error on these labels. Cool! 7mon
  •   ajweiner3 @djmurphy_chgo I had the same feeling about the white label last night. Pretty sure I got this copy (3) weeks before the Lp was released tho. So it just could have been rushed to press this way to save time - My Dad was tight working with Chrysalis on all of their album covers, producing the color separations and film for the printing presses. Also noticed Steve Moir's name in the special thanks credit block on the back cover - he ended up signing me to a songwriting publishing deal with Warner Chappell 11 years later than the release of this record. @sammie_gee_22 @slcsound 7mon
  •   djmurphy_chgo @ajweiner3 Wow!! Those are some awesome stories!! With connections like that, I can only imagine the cool insider music industry stories you've either heard or experienced firsthand. Color me envious! ;) 7mon
  •   djmurphy_chgo I just looked at your CV; it turns out that when I made the above comment, I didn't know the half of it, LOL. "Industry veteran" is probably a better descriptor for you... 7mon
  •   vinylforever Beautiful voice and great guitarist! 7mon

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