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    Long Lost Box of LPs Returned To Me

    My brother is in town from out of state. He brings me a box. I ask "what's this?" He says "an old friend".

    I open it up to find an old box of LPs from my youth. He found them in a closet at my mother's old house, now his house.

    Most of these I remember. I can't wait to clean them up and give them a spin.

    Alice Cooper -- Greatest Hits
    Average White Band -- Feel No Fret
    BB King -- Completely Well
    Blondie -- Eat to the Beat
    Bruce Springsteen -- Born In the USA
    Buck Owens -- 20 Greatest Hits
    Chuck Mangione -- Fun & Games
    Crazy Horse -- S/T
    Crosby, Stills & Nash -- S/T
    Duane & Greg Allman -- S/T
    Edgar Winter Group -- They Only Come Out At Night
    Elton John -- Blue Moves
    Elton John -- S/T
    Ernest Tubb -- The Country Hall of Fame
    Ernest Tubb & His Texas Troubadours -- Golden Favorites
    Gary Wright -- Spooky Tooth
    George Carlin -- Class Clown
    Gerry Rafferty -- City To City
    Jethro Tull -- Aqualung
    Jim Croce -- The Jim Croce Collection
    Jimi Hendrix -- La Grande Storia del Rock
    Johnny Cash -- Man In Black
    Johnny Cash -- I Walk The Line (Pickwick Records version)
    Johnny Cash -- I Walk The Line (Columbia Records version)
    Johnny Cash -- Johnny Cash At San Quentin
    Johnny Cash -- Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison
    Johnny Cash -- The Johnny Cash Collection - Greatest Hits Vol. 2
    Leon Russell -- Leon Live (a triple LP)
    Maria Muldaur -- S/T
    Marty Robbins -- All Time Greatest Hits
    Merle Haggard & the Strangers -- I'm a Lonesome Fugitive
    Mike Harrison -- Rainbow Rider
    Neil Young -- Hawks & Doves
    Nils Lofgren -- Night After Night
    Outlaws -- In The Eye of the Storm
    Poco -- Picking Up The Pieces
    Randy Newman -- Good Old Boys
    The Allman Brothers Band -- Brothers of the Road
    The Beach Boys -- Forever
    The Cars -- Panorama
    The Moody Blues -- Long Distance Voyager
    The Music People -- 40 different artists (a triple LP)
    The Rolling Stones -- Sticky Fingers (with the zipper on the cover)
    Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers -- You're Gonna Get It
    Waylon Jennings -- I've Always Been Crazy

    The Music People triple LP has 40 different artists, including Santana, Taj Mahal, Bob Dylan, Johnny Winter, Jeff Beck Group, Mahavishnu Orch., Blue Oyster Cult, Blood Sweed & Tears, Box Scaggs, Dr. Hook, Ten Years After, Edgar Winter's White Trash, The Birds, and New Riders of the Purple Sage.

    I'll have fun with these.


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    Diversity is the name of your collection. we are going from Blondie to Johnny Cash to Cars, to Waylon Jeninngs. Good music is good music no matter what genre it is from. Your collection certainly proves that

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