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Foo Fighters – Back and Fourth documentary


Dave Grohl and other members of the Foo Fighters discuss the band’s music. The initial release was March 15, 2011 and directed by James Moll.

Excellent documentary showing the struggles of putting band members together that are compatible with each other. Interesting to watch where all these musicians came from.

Must watch!

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Uriah Heep – Look at Yourself

Look at Yourself is the third album by British rock band Uriah Heep released in 1971.

My wife and I have the same album, naturally hers is in better shape than mine. This album has a loud rock sound along with some quieter moments. Uriah Heep is classified as progressive rock and heavy metal.

I’ve always like this album and thought it was time for another spin.
Side one

1. “Look at Yourself” 5:09

2. “I Wanna Be Free” 4:00

3. “July Morning” 10:32

Side two

4. “Tears in My Eyes” 5:01

5. “Shadows of Grief” 8:39

6. “What Should Be Done” 4:15

7. “Love Machine” 3:37

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Rory Gallagher – Irish Tour Live

Irish Tour ’74 is the sixth album by Rory Gallagher, compiled from live recordings in January 1974. 

This album cover is from a cd that I own. I must admit I never heard of him until 5 or so years ago. Is wish I had that opportunity to discover him sooner. This guy is a real blues rock and roller.

Check it out.

Songs include:

“Cradle Rock” [from Tattoo] – 7:38

“I Wonder Who” (Morganfield) – 7:52

“Tattoo’d Lady” [from Tattoo] – 5:04

“Too Much Alcohol”  – 8:30

“As the Crow Flies” (Tony Joe White) – 6:02

“A Million Miles Away” – 9:29

“Walk on Hot Coals” -11:13

“Who’s That Coming?”  – 10:05

“Back on My Stompin’ Ground (After Hours)” – 5:18

“Maritime” – 0:33

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Led Zeppelin – IV


The untitled fourth studio album by the rock band Led Zeppelin, commonly known as Led Zeppelin IV, was released in November 1971 by Atlantic Records and was produced by guitarist Jimmy Page.

My copy of this album still has the plastic on it and the gatefold has never been opened. When I first got this album I heard “Black Dog” and I was WOW this is definitely Zeppelin. I’m sure everyone knows the song “Stairway to Heaven” as it is classic now.

When I first listened to the entire album some of the quieter songs weren’t heavy enough for me at the time. However I love all the songs on this album.

You gotta have it in your collection …. even digital!

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Santana – Abraxas

Abraxas is the second studio album by the rock band Santana released in September 1970.

The biggest hits off this album are “Black Magic Woman” and “Oye Como Va”. I’ve had this album for decades and if I remember it was a trade for another album. I’m guessing I came out on top as this album is preserved in the National Recording Registry due to its “cultural, historic, or artistic significance.”

LP side 1

No. Title Writer(s) Length

1. “Singing Winds, Crying Beasts” (Instrumental) Mike Carabello 4:51

2. “Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen” Peter Green/Gábor Szabó 5:24

3. “Oye Como Va” Tito Puente 4:17

4. “Incident at Neshabur” (Instrumental) Alberto Gianquinto, Carlos Santana 4:58

LP side 2

No. Title Writer(s) Length

1. “Se a Cabo” José Areas 2:50

2. “Mother’s Daughter” Gregg Rolie 4:25

3. “Samba Pa Ti” (Instrumental) Santana 4:45

4. “Hope You’re Feeling Better” Rolie 4:10

5. “El Nicoya” Areas 1:30

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Joe Cocker – Joe Cocker!

Joe Cocker! is Joe Cocker’s second studio album, released in 1969. This album features numerous cover songs.

This is my wife’s album and it’s pretty good, I haven’t listened to this for years. 

It’s worth a listen to.

Side One

“Dear Landlord” (Bob Dylan) – 3:23

“Bird on the Wire” (Leonard Cohen) – 4:30

“Lawdy Miss Clawdy” (Lloyd Price) – 2:15

“She Came in Through the Bathroom Window” (John Lennon, Paul McCartney) – 2:37

“Hitchcock Railway” (Don Dunn, Tony McCashen) – 4:41

Side Two

“That’s Your Business Now” (Joe Cocker, Chris Stainton) – 2:56

“Something” (George Harrison) – 3:32

“Delta Lady” (Leon Russell) – 2:51

“Hello, Little Friend” (Leon Russell) – 3:52

“Darling Be Home Soon” (John Sebastian) – 4:49

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