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    dead rats >>> Gary Moore

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirtstar View Post
    dead rats >>> Gary Moore
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    Quote Originally Posted by parkwayjet1 View Post
    I don't know if we're in the same age bracket, but you sure did bring back some memories with the Mad Hatter reference. Back in the late '70s, it was Twisted Sister that my friends and I went to see there.
    Yeah man...the night I turned 18, I went to see Zebra at the Mad Hatter.

    Good Rats
    Zebra
    Twisted Sister
    Swift Kick


    Take a look at this SK Video...I swear I see my big hair in the crowd

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=La5bmPi2alA
    Last edited by Jetfan61; 07-11-2013 at 05:05 PM.

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    Who would have thought 34 years later I would be talking about The God Rats, BG made the first connection, unreal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoastOffensive View Post
    "Get Back To My Music" was on a Warners compilation album I got at JJ Newberry in the cut out bin.
    One of the "loss leaders" ("Schlagers"; "Looney Tunes") they sold in DC Comics, etc.

    http://www.discogs.com/label/Loss+Leaders

    Interesting they'd end up there (in Newberrys, retail bastion of Mr. Pia Zadora)

    http://www.discogs.com/Various-Deep-Ear/release/593856

    In the Flo & Eddie / Jem-Sire era they did get a lot of push
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    RATT. No question. Round and Round.
    She Wants Money!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Shift Jet View Post
    One of the "loss leaders" ("Schlagers"; "Looney Tunes") they sold in DC Comics, etc.

    http://www.discogs.com/label/Loss+Leaders

    Interesting they'd end up there (in Newberrys, retail bastion of Mr. Pia Zadora)

    http://www.discogs.com/Various-Deep-Ear/release/593856

    In the Flo & Eddie / Jem-Sire era they did get a lot of push
    NICE you are so the Man


    There it is


    Various - Deep Ear
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    Various ‎– Deep Ear
    Label:
    Warner Bros. Records ‎– PRO 591
    Series:
    Loss Leaders –
    Format:
    2 Vinyl, LP
    Country:
    US
    Released:
    1974
    Genre:
    Rock
    Style:
    Folk Rock, Country Rock, Blues Rock, Rock & Roll
    TracklistHide Credits
    A1 Good Rats – Back To My Music
    Producer – Stephan Galfas
    2:34
    A2 James Taylor (2) – Rock 'n' Roll Is Music Now
    Producer – David Spinozza
    3:25
    A3 Jimmy Cliff – Music Maker
    Producer – Jimmy Cliff
    3:00
    A4 Richard Betts* – Rain
    Producer – Johnny Sandlin
    3:40
    A5 Jesse Winchester – Wake Me
    Producer – Jesse Winchester
    2:20
    A6 Elvin Bishop – Travelin' Shoes
    Producer – Johnny Sandlin
    7:10
    B1 Doug Sahm – Groover's Paradise
    Producer – Doug Clifford
    3:25
    B2 Little Feat – Spanish Moon
    Producer – Van Dyke Parks
    3:01
    B3 Maria Muldaur – Do I Care
    Producer – Nick Gravenites
    3:07
    B4 Adam Faith – I Believe In Love
    Producer – David Courtney
    3:46
    B5 Ry Cooder – Tattler
    Producer – Lenny Waronker, Russ Titelman
    4:14
    B6 Lorraine Ellison – Walk Around Heaven
    Producer – Ted Templeman
    3:52
    C1 Wendy Waldman – My Love Is All I Know
    Producer – Charles Plotkin*
    3:34
    C2 Frankie Miller – Brickyard Blues
    Producer – Allen Toussaint
    3:35
    C3 America (2) – Tin Man
    Producer – George Martin
    3:25
    C4 Arlo Guthrie – Me And My Moose
    Producer – John Pilla, Lenny Waronker
    1:58
    C5 Randy Newman – Rollin'
    Producer – John Pilla, Lenny Waronker
    2:53
    C6 Van Dyke Parks – Come To The Sunshine
    Producer – Van Dyke Parks
    3:19
    C7 Jesse Colin Young – Light Shine
    Producer – Jesse Colin Young
    5:21
    D1 Browning Bryant – This Is My Day
    Producer – Allen Toussaint
    4:05
    D2 Ashton & Lord – We're Gonna Make It
    Producer – Jon Lord, Tony Ashton
    3:52
    D3 Bonnie Raitt – What Is Success
    Producer – Jerry Ragovoy
    3:26
    D4 Peter Ivers Band – Alpha Centauri
    Producer – Buell Neidlinger
    3:15
    D5 John Hartford – Boogie
    Producer – David Bromberg
    1:05
    D6 Meters, The – Jungle Man
    Producer – Allen Toussaint
    3:23
    D7 Wet Willie – Keep On Smilin'
    Producer – Tom Dowd
    3:58
    Notes
    This double album was part of the Loss Leaders series put out by Warner/Reprise in the 60s, 70s, and 80s. The albums were available by mail only.
    Last edited by WestCoastOffensive; 07-12-2013 at 12:27 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Shift Jet View Post
    One of the "loss leaders" ("Schlagers"; "Looney Tunes") they sold in DC Comics, etc.

    http://www.discogs.com/label/Loss+Leaders

    Interesting they'd end up there (in Newberrys, retail bastion of Mr. Pia Zadora)

    http://www.discogs.com/Various-Deep-Ear/release/593856

    In the Flo & Eddie / Jem-Sire era they did get a lot of push
    I have no idea where I got it; I don't remember being patient enough for mail oder....

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