Boo Who? (baggy) wrote,
Boo Who?

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In preparation for upcoming gigs I have bought:

Moody Blues -
Days of Future Passed ‘67 Tuesday Afternoon Nights in White Satin
In Search of the Lost Chord ‘68 Ride My See-Saw Legend of a Mind The Actor
On the Threshold of a Dream ‘69 Lovely to See You Never Comes the Day
A Question of Balance ‘70 Question
Every Good Boy Deserves Favour ‘71 Procession The Story in Your Eyes
Octave ‘78 Steppin' In a Slide Zone
Long Distance Voyager ‘79 Gemini Dream
The Present ‘83
The Other Side of Life ‘86 Your Wildest Dreams
Sur la Mer ‘88 I Know You're Out There Somewhere
Keys of the Kingdom ‘ 91

and others
Danger Danger - Danger Danger - 1989 Including the great songs Naughty Naughty & Rock America
Danger Danger - Screw It! - 1991 Last of the important Ted Poley vocal albums, this one with the ace Monkey Business.
Firehouse - Firehouse - 1990 High ranged vocals make this band ideal for ballads but also good time AOR/rock tunes like Don’t Treat Me Bad
Firehouse - Hold Your Fire - 1992 Reach for the Sky
Mitch Malloy – Mitch Malloy
Mitch Malloy – The Best Of - A vocalist who once had a turn in Van Halen
Pink Cream 69 - In10sity - German/British/Greek/American band
Pretty Maids - The Best Of - Danish metal/AOR 1984-98
David Readman - David Readman - Solo album from the Pink Cream 69 vocalist
Tall Stories - Tall Stories - With a guy who went on to sing for Journey
White Sister - White Sister - AOR pomp rock from the 80s
Stevie Wonder - The Definitive Collection

I also have a sore throat and a snotty nose :/
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