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Amos Otis

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In a career of sometimes better than average, tracks 1 - 8, which was the original release, is a masterpiece, capped by the unequaled "Mistral Wind" @ 32:46

 

Amos Otis

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Much thanks @too larry for this thread. I don't do background music. I'm a sit down and let it blow me away listener, or not at all. This thread has had me spending hours toking up, reclining, and reliving these lps in the only way possible - start to finish. I've got a few more to post, but I'm gonna play what's already posted a few more times before moving on to others. :clap:
 

too larry

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Much thanks @too larry for this thread. I don't do background music. I'm a sit down and let it blow me away listener, or not at all. This thread has had me spending hours toking up, reclining, and reliving these lps in the only way possible - start to finish. I've got a few more to post, but I'm gonna play what's already posted a few more times before moving on to others. :clap:
I miss listening to albums. It was the way everyone used to listen to music. Not so much now. Glad you are finding the time to enjoy them as they should be.
 

Amos Otis

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Sometimes I sure do miss cocaine and a good all night NYC dance club.
"All I need is a good beat."

I played this all the time in the tanning salon I owned. Occasionally a muscle head would complain, by my custies were 85% aerobics ladies. They loved it; asked for it when it wasn't on. B B B Bootsy on the b b base.

 
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