LP Lust: The Borrowed Edition

Good morrow, sweet friends. I trust everyone had a fabulous Thanksgiving full of gluttony and sloth? I know I did. But the turkey coma has subsided and it's now back to the land of the living (but proudly, not the land of the Black Friday shoppers - I abstained, and hope you did too). Anyway, it's time to talk turkey about some vinyl, don't you think?

Some of you know that I recently started a new job. In addition to Not Sucking, this job has provided me with some musically-inclined colleagues with whom to geek out with on occasion. One such kind soul lent me a few of his LPs, to get a hint of what he digs in order to provide him with some new bands that might be up his alley. I adore looking at the vinyl of others, so naturally this delighted me. Below are the titles I've been listening to at a leisurely pace. I love some of them (The Pentagle, the Heavy Sounds record, and David Bromberg), and it's an added bonus whenever I can find new music to love on.

* The David Grisman Quartet - The David Grisman Quartet

* The Souther Hillman Furay Band - The Souther Hillman Furay Band

* Various - Heavy Sounds

* McGuinn, Clark & Hillman - McGuinn, Clark & Hillman

* The Souther Hillman Furay Band - Trouble In Paradise

* Livington Taylor - LIV

* David Bromberg - Demon In Disguise

* Seastones - Seastones

* The Pentagle - Sweet Child

* Chris Hillman - Clear Sailin'

* The Section - Fork It Over


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