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    Steven Wilson/The Pineapple Thief Split 7inch via finestvinyl. Limited to 250, Discobag Cover, including a copy of VISIONS' #250 issue http://www.finestvinyl.de/visions-25...n-the-66641,20

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    From Amazon:

    Jethro Tull--This Was {​on back-order}
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    Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band--Stranger In Town and Against The Wind
    Eric Burdon and The Animals--Absolutely The Greatest Hits
    Ass-kicking rock and roll of the highest order!
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    Malady debut album, great band from Finland.

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    Not today, but a couple of weeks ago: Blackfield's 5th album, appropriately entitled Blackfield V.


    Seems like a return to form after their disappointing 4th album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teddy View Post
    If you can recommend anything new by Winwood and Clapton Steve I would be very interested

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    Not enable to offer anything new. But try 'Go Live from Paris' where Steve Winwood was the lead singer in a surreal line-up of great musicians. Great voice and music. Intense atmosphere as well. Warning: this CD or double-LP not easy to find, can sample it on YouTube of course

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    Last week I bought the new Steven Wilson album, "To the Bone". There's some good stuff on there, but overall I'd say it's the weakest so far of his five solo albums. There is also a fair bit on it that is pop rather than prog, not that that is my reason for criticism, rather that both the pop and the prog are not as good as what he has done in the past.

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