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London Festival Brass Ensemble – The Magic of Christmas

freebie Tis the season to be jolly…….   With each holiday season it becomes a bit more difficult to locate quadraphonic Christmas music that has not been offered before. This past year the Captain was lucky enough to acquire this title … Continue reading

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November 2017 Review

Well shiver me timbers another month and almost another year has spun away just like that. I present you the latest monthly review of traffic activity here on Captain Beyond’s Quadraphonic Wormhole. This will provide insight to what the most … Continue reading

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Jose Feliciano – Fireworks

Released in 1970 ‘Fireworks’ stayed on the charts for twenty weeks and peaked at fifty-seven. This release contains five Lennon/McCartney songs with two of those being instrumentals. My track pick for this album is the Dale Hawkins tune ‘Susie-Q’ with … Continue reading

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Arlo Guthrie – Last of the Brooklyn Cowboys

  I can’t imagine Thanksgiving without Arlo Guthrie and a visit to Alice’s Restaurant. Either the song, movie or both. If you ever sat on the Group W bench then you know what I mean. ‘Last of The Brooklyn Cowboys’ … Continue reading

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Greenboard South – The Sounds of Southern Railway Steam Engines in Motion

freebie Produced and recorded by Brad Miller this CD-4 album from Mobile Fidelity was released in 1973 on Warner Brothers records (BS4 2751). It was also released the year before on Mobile Fidelity records (MF 402) and again in 1975 … Continue reading

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Tammy Wynette and George Jones – We Go Together

Duet from the latin duo means two. So with that thought in mind I present for your listening pleasure a second duet to complete the pair. Released in 1971 on Epic records ‘We Go Together’ was the first duet album … Continue reading

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Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton – We Found It

Recorded at RCA Studio B in Nashville and released in 1973 ‘We Found It’ was the ninth duet album by this country music duo.  It peaked at number twenty on the US country album chart and the single ‘We Found … Continue reading

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Gordon Lightfoot – Sundown

  Released in 1974 on Reprise records this was Gordon Lightfoot’s tenth album and his most successful commercially . It reached number one in the US on the pop chart. The album marked the pinnacle of Lightfoot’s acoustic folk-country blend before he … Continue reading

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The Mystic Moods – Clear Light

Brad Miller, the creator of The Mystic Moods Orchestra, was devoted to capturing sound as accurately as possible, and was particularly inspired by the sounds of railroads and nature. Miller formed the Mobile Fidelity Records label to release his recordings … Continue reading

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Herb Alpert’s Tijuana Brass – Whipped Cream & Other Delights

Released in 1965 on A&M records the fourth album from Herb Alpert and The Tijuana Brass was a monumental hit. A snapshot of the 60’s would be incomplete without its inclusion. The album sold over six million copies and peaked … Continue reading

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