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Garnett, Gale - My Kind of Folk Songs
(RCA Victor LSP-2833 US-64 VG+ 275:-)

Gale Zoë Garnett was born in Auckland, New Zealand; her family moved to Canada when she was 11, and she made her public singing debut in 1960. In 1964, Garnett scored a Top Five pop hit with her original composition "We'll Sing in the Sunshine," and recorded her debut album, MY KIND OF FOLK SONGS, for RCA Victor.

Original US STEREO pressing on the black "Stereo Dynagroove" label.
Grateful Dead - Wake of the Flood
(Line/Grateful Dead GDLP-4.00643 Ger-89 EX 275:-)

The Grateful Dead took a 3-year hiatus from the studio after cutting their iconic AMERICAN BEAUTY. When they returned, they made WAKE OF THE FLOOD, which finds the band at a transitional point between the country-folk influences of their earlier work and the art-rock adornments forthcoming on efforts like TERRAPIN STATION. The result is an album of finely crafted songs that bows to familiar roots conventions while exploring some intriguing new ground.

German pressing by Line Records on WHITE vinyl.
Guns n Roses - Globen 1991
(Mixing Records MX-7002 Ger-91 NM 300:-)

At a time when pop was dominated by dance music and pop-metal, Guns N' Roses brought raw, ugly rock & roll crashing back into the charts. They were not nice boys: nice boys don't play rock & roll. They were ugly, misogynistic, and violent; they were also funny, vulnerable, and occasionally sensitive.

Side A to E recorded live August 16 1991, in Globen, Stockholm, Sweden.
Side F recorded live at Farm Aid III, Indianapolis April 7 1990. (Not 1991 as stated on sleeve)
Guns n Roses - Use Your Illusion II
(Geffen GEF-24.420 Ger-91 VG+ 300:-)

Had "Use Your Illusion II" been combined with "Use Your Illusion I", keeping only the best material while dropping the filler, it would have been one of the best rock albums ever recorded.
Instead, great songs like "Civil War," "14 Years," "Estranged," and "So Fine" compete with the inexcusable "Get in the Ring" and the well-intentioned but off-target cover of "Knockin' on Heaven's Door." On the other hand, when Guns n' Roses were good, they were very, very good, and some of the material on this album is unsurpassable.