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Saturday, September 18, 2021

Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band - BBC Sessions 1968 [A Prof. Stoned Comp]


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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31 comments:

  1. Thank you mate
    I'm a big fan of this era of Captain Beef heart.

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  2. Thank you so much for all your GREAT work

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  3. I was just listening to Plain Brown Wrapper last night... how cool that this shows up now. Thanks Prof! Looking forward to it

    - Joaquin

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  4. Anything by the Captain is gotta be good. Thank you.

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  5. Mucho Grass for the fine offering!

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  6. Woah, wonderful! For off-air recordings those sound pretty darn great. Thank you for your endless dedication to all this!

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  7. Great, thank you very much. I have heard these before on Youtube, but never this good. They have been on my list for some time now, you rock!

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  8. Can't wait to dive headfirst into this! Thank you.

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  9. Great post - keep up the sterling work, it's highly appreciated.

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  10. Prof (& JWB), This is gonna be a real treat ... thanks for doin' up The Captain !!!

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  11. Norm Macdonald died the other day. Today I was thinking about how he was the Captain Beefheart of comedy. They both made me feel the same way ...connected.

    P.S. I've been on a Beefheart kick as of late watched all the live stuff youtube has to offer 10's of times especially the beautiful gem This is the day.

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  12. Many thanks for these sessions in the best sound I've heard (& am likely to hear unless the original tapes magically appear).

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  13. Been listening to these tracks for years in dreadful quality. Thankyou so much for your exceptional work. Definitive yet again.

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  14. Thanks Prof! Your work is wonderful.

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  15. Didn't know these existed. Thanks so much.

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  16. Thank you. I look forward to a burst of the alternative take on reality that this music gives me.

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  17. Thank you very much, professor!!

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  18. Great, thanks Prof, looking so forward to this...

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  19. Thank You very much!

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  20. Many Thanks.
    All that you do is Much Appreciated!

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  21. Sort of stumbled on this blog, thank you for all the good work, you'll be in my RSS feed reader now

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