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Mercury Records
Mercury Records
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Uriah Heep Found In Today’s Vinyl Vault

Although guitarist Mick Box keeps a version of the band going to this day, Uriah Heep's peak was almost 40 years ago.  Early 70's albums like Look at Yourself, Demons and Wizards and The Magician's Birthday will always be fan faves and i

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Polydor Recrods
Polydor Recrods
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Artsy and Medieval – ELP on Today’s Vinyl Vault

The "P" in today's version of ELP is that of Cozy Powell, legendary late drummer who I believe may have played with EVERYBODY.  One of his career highlights is the album he made with art rock pioneers

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Apple/EMI
Apple/EMI
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Harrison Does Dylan – Today’s Vinyl Vault

Back to 1970 today with the All Things Must Pass album.  Not only did George Harrison have the best solo album of his career, it would end up as the best Beatle solo album of them all.  Not bad George!  We're

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RSO Records
RSO Records
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Early Solo Clapton – Some ‘Blues Power’ on Today’s Vault

Other than his mega popular "Unplugged" set in the early 1990's, "Just One Night" in 1980 was Eric Clapton's best selling live album, thanks in part to a lengthy groove filled version of Cocaine that was all over rock radio for most of the 80's, a

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Warner Brothers
Warner Brothers
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High Time For Cocker Power – Today’s Vinyl Vault

One of the most unique blues rock belters of our time, Mr. Joe Cocker on today's Vinyl Vault, dating back to 1972.  It was a weird time during Cocker's long storied career, but most of those stories seem we

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Decca Records
Decca Records
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1970′s Moody Blues – Today’s Vinyl Vault

I'm starting to wonder if the members of the Moody Blues are really still alive ... or, craftily produced programmable silicon beings that look and sound like them.  I mean, how long can they last???

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Chrysalis Records
Chrysalis Records
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Trower Power – Today’s Vinyl Vault

One of the greatest hard rock albums of the 1970's is without a doubt Robin Trower's Bridge of Sighs.  It could be an icon for early 70's British blues rock; molded from a strong Hendrix inspiration.  P

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Atlantic/Swan Song
Atlantic/Swan Song
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Zeppelin Gets Medieval on The Vault

"The dogs of doom are howling?"  Led Zeppelin's No Quarter always seemed spooky to me with it's minor chords and moody atmosphere but is actually only a military term meaning to show no mercy to a down and out opponent.  It's always a pleasure to run this one, A+ Zeppelin on today's Vinyl Vault.  Out of town?  Listen live on-line.

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Chrysalis Records
Chrysalis Records
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Head First Into The Vault – With The Babys

The last album from the old line-up of The Babys came in 1979 proving to be their most mature set yet.  I thought Head First was their best as the boys began to steer away from the sugar pop and work more harder edged stuff in.  Apparently they weren't satisfied because soon they hired Jonat

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Atlantic/Swan Song
Atlantic/Swan Song
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Burning Bad Company – Today’s Vinyl Vault

The Burning Sky project from early 1977 was the first Bad Company album not to reach into the top ten.  It didn't even produce a hit, save for the title track, which barely reached the top 100.  Why the

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Capitol/EMI
Capitol/EMI
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The Beatles – A White Album Gem on Today’s Vault

One of Paul's best from the White Album sessions gets a rare spin today.  Mother Nature's Son shows Paul in high form and a perfect example of his effortless ability at doing it acoustical.  It was

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Capitol Records
Capitol Records
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One For The Old Timers – The Band on Today’s Vinyl Vault

Bob Dylan's early back up band became known as "The Band", both around inner circles and professionally.  Their debut album, without Dylan (although he wrote 3 of the songs and illustrated the album's c

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