Head East - Flat As A Pancake. Head East's first from 1975. This was originally released on a small indie label briefly before catching the ear of someone at A&M records. Listening to this, it's easy to see why it did. Pretty amazing stuff for a first album. Has their hit "Never Been Any Reason".
320k from CD.
Here's the only album from Rebecca & the Sunnybrook Farmers - Birth from 1969. Good stuff. The picture I found is from an ebay ad and I hope the person who bought this wasn't ripped off, cause that isn't the right LP in that jacket :-).
320k from vinyl.
Finally another request for Lee Michaels 5th LP, this one is ripped from vinyl at 320k. Great album and as usual with Lee--no guitars. This album has his sole hit Do You Know What I Mean? which for many years as a kid I thought was the J. Geils Band. Anyway, it's a fun listen and full of party music. Great cover version of Lee Dorsey's Ya Ya and a cover of Willie and the Hand Jive that would be reggae-ised by Mr. Clapton in few years.
Here's some stuff I posted other places:
Big Star - In Space
Daryl Hall - Sacred Songs (produced by Robert Fripp)
Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
I am preparing for a big update Saturday night or Sunday morning. I haven't had much time this week so I will make it a nice one. I am going to get caught up on all requests too!