Steppenwolf, Live*** (1970): Two things. First, this is my favorite Steppenwolf album and a very cool live album to boot. Great song selection and awesome sound. Second, I think we need to listen to "Monster" as a country. What a great fucking song! (3/14/2014)
https://flic.kr/p/sHyC1n | Vintage LP Vinyl Record Collection - Double Live Gonzo! Album By Ted Nugent, Classic Rock, Catalog Number KE2 35069, Epic Records, Copyright 1978 | Tracklist: Just What The Doctor Ordered 5:13 Yank Me, Crank Me 4:11 Gonzo 4:40 Baby, Please Don't Go 5:22 Great White Buffalo 5:39 Hibernation 14:06 Stormtroopin' 8:03 Stranglehold 9:46 Wang Dang Sweet Poontang 5:00 Cat Scratch Fever 3:35 Motor City Madhouse 9:45
Deep Purple, Made In Europe**** (1976): I guess I'm one of the one's who really think that David Coverdale is underrated as a vocalist. He's been condemned in some circles as being a Robert Plant clone, which I think is patently absurd. Do they have some similarities... yes, but by that token, we'd have to say that Plant was a clone of the old blues masters and artists like Little Richard. So I think that Coverdale adds a lot to this album and to the heavy metal genre as a whole. (9/5/14)
Alice Cooper "School's Out" vinyl record LP (1972). Original album cover had the sleeve opening in the manner of an old wooden desk. On the other side of the cover folded out into raised legs. The record inside was draped with a pair of paper panties.