The dealers just wanted to make some extra money. These Bootlegs are never worth more than the original print with the original cover, although they are obviously much harder to get, because there are just a handful of copies around.
Values are stated from min - average - max. Please note, that these are just rough estimates. Prices on eBay may be totally different. Have you found any errors? Randy W , Jan 11, Location: Park Ridge. Location: USA. Tom Perry , Jan 11, Location: Oceanside, California. My first cousin, once removed, dated Aleta Parrish sp? She visited my family's home for a few holiday meals, and once we went out for dinner as foursome.
She appears in red on Tuxedo Junction's first album cover. BryanW , Jan 12, Location: Pittsburgh, PA. Tough Times. Cock On. Drop Dead That's Who. Sweet Thing. People in the News. There Goes My Baby.
Oh Carole Kiss My Whip. Once Again. Too Much Carousing. Tough Times Orchestral. In any case, I think it's a lesser Genesis song. They are rather anaemic.
Just a Job to Do is OK but not great. And, I don't mind Mama. But, back to the school dance. No one danced to that song when the DJ finally put on the record. I mean, how could you? The DJ abandoned the track less than halfway through and put on some unmemorable top 40 track that I cannot remember. Labels: genesis , music , records , vinyl. Three Sides Live is a confusing record because some versions, or so I have read, have four live sides and should have been called Four Sides Live.
In Canada, it was released with three lives sides, with side four devoted to collecting miscellaneous studio tracks that appeared here and there. For me, the best of these is Paperlate. The rest of side four leaves me almost cold. I enjoy the live versions from this period with this lineup and I guess that this is a good representation, but I have never seen any version of Genesis live, so I can't be sure.
Evidently, there is a DVD, but I haven't seen it. Labels: genesis , music , records , three sides live , vinyl. Tuesday, April 12, Genesis: Abacab I watched an interview with the members of Genesis and they all said that there was a conscious effort to break with the past, and to move away from the tried and true Genesis sound to something different. In other words, don't blame Phil Collins if you do not like this record. This is a great record, with the possible exception of Who Dunnit?
I'm still not sure if I like that track and I honestly thought that it would make a better instrumental. Or, perhaps I simply misunderstand the song. The low point for me is Like it or Not.
I don't. This is another album that has strong memories for me. My friend, Bruce, obtained a copy of this record before me, and he used to blast it in residence on his weird linear turntable and Bose speakers. It was loud. But, I never loved the sound of Bose speakers. Maybe they sound better now. Speaking of Bruce, he borrowed a couple of records and never gave them back.
Perhaps he lost them. I demanded replacements, but that never happened. Labels: abacab , genesis , music , records , vinyl. Monday, April 11, Genesis: Duke I recall reading some kind of online discussion or thread in which Genesis fans were arguing about what is the last great Genesis record.
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Play track. Artist images. Goddo 1, listeners Related Tags hard rock classic rock canadian Goddo was one of Canada's rising stars of the music industry in the late 70's and early 80's. Fronted by Greg Godovitz on vocal, Gino Scarpelli on guitar and Doug Inglis on drums, Goddo made cross Canada sweeps creating a loyal fan base that crowded into sold out shows.
While the band had considerable talent, only their song "Pretty Bad Boy" got much radio play. Godovitz continued to front the band through the years although there were numerous personnel changes. A killer band live, they never got their fair shake. Gino Scarpelli has gotten ill over the pas… read more.
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Features Exploring the local sounds and scenes at Noise Pop Fest. Albums of the latest and loved, and the ones to look out for discover By okspud1 15 Feb am. Monday 30 March Tuesday 31 March Wednesday 1 April Thursday 2 April Friday 3 April Saturday 4 April Sunday 5 AprilWho Cares, an Album by Goddo. Released in on Polydor (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Rock, Hard Rock.