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Marley's Ghost
« on: April 16, 2010, 10:41:43 AM »
The album is "Spooked"
Go to www.musicangle.com and click on recent arrivals and scroll down until you see the R. Crumb artwork.
At the very bottom of the review you will see other than the musical content and production values why this would be an excellent candidate for the TP.
Heh, no guts no glory.
Try something different.
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Re: Marley's Ghost
« Reply #1 on: April 16, 2010, 11:50:56 AM »
Nice find Charles!
It certainly sounds like a great candidate with Van Dyke Parks, Bob Katz, and a Studer A80/Ampex MR70/Studer C37!
I've been a big fan of Parks since I was in college (don't ask!). His name just seemed to pop up on lots of the records I totally wore the heck out and it's great to see that he's producing niche albums still.
I can't say I've heard them, but I'll certainly track down the cd and give it a listen.
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