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I'm Declaring February 4th A National Alex Harvey Music Day

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For those that don't have any SAHB albums.

The Sensational Alex Harvey Band / 5 Classic Albums

£9.99 will buy you these classic albums.

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A fiver or less  will now buy you this outstanding 2 CD set.

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My 2019 New Years wish was for a quality all album vinyl box set release?

All the LPs in a proper box with a lid.

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I haven’t got any, so won’t be joining you :nup:.

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8 minutes ago, jkbmusic said:

I haven’t got any, so won’t be joining you :nup:.

Jeff,

Really you don't have any SAHB albums ?

With your taste in music I would of had you down as having at least a couple of albums.

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This is a pretty good value for money  3 CD collection of tracks for a fiver.

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18 minutes ago, Bignose5 said:

Jeff,

Really you don't have any SAHB albums ?

With your taste in music I would of had you down as having at least a couple of albums.

Nope. Not my cup of tea. Though I do like Fish’s version of Boston Tea Party. 

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I remember seeing them play at Glamorgan Polytechnic when I was there in the early 70's so it must have been in their very early days as according to Wikipedia they formed in 1972. Don't remember much about the gig - except it was very load and too much Guiness drinking in those days:rockin::pint:and Alex smashed up his guitar at the end of the night.

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I'm in. Watched SAHB on the Haymarket Newcastle many times in my yoof. 

I've go a couple of albums but good quality vinyl probably doesn't exist if any of my mates were involved in the day. 

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I've played lots of Alex Harvey music and SAHB albums over the last few days.

Including lots stuff most people will never hear.

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This is one of the best live albums ever.

Recorded at Hammersmith Odeon the same weekend in May 1975 that Led Zepp were finishing up at Earls Court and the brilliant Alan Price was playing live drinking out of Jam Jars In a small venue in Victoria on the Friday.

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5 minutes ago, Bignose5 said:

I've played lots of Alex Harvey music and SAHB albums over the last few days.

Including lots stuff most people will never hear.

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This is one of the best live albums ever.

Recorded at Hammersmith Odeon the same weekend in May 1975 that Led Zepp were finishing up at Earls Court

Yep, can’t argue with that. Got the vinyl, somewhere.

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I'll join you. One of my favourite bands from the 70's,  brilliant live.

For my 60th my kids bought me this 14 disc retrospective 

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Now then, which one should I choose?

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Thinking about it,  I think I'll plump for this one for a change..

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