Albums at Thrify’s

Not too long ago, I was at Thirfty’s, a second hand store in Manchester, NH. I was perusing the record section and came across more than a few HIGH-larious covers from the ’70’s. I whipped out the iPhone camera and took pictures of the best of the best in order to share them with you accompanied with witty comments.  Enjoy.

Brothers Johnson

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While the delivery method is the same, there is no mistaking the Batman signal and the Brothers Johnson signal.

The Seekers

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Ok, we have the Teddy Prendergrast 8-track, and everyone has a set of keys, but did anyone grab those two bowls earmarked for mixing up said sets of keys?

Orleans

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“Alright guys, great photo shoot. Let’s shirt it up and head to the studio!” said the band’s soon-to-be-fired manager.

Jim Capaldi

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It’s a shame Capaldi’s down home, working man’s image and sound didn’t resonate with listeners as much as expected.

Kokomo

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Ok, I like the Great Gatsby era car on acid being driven by an enormous set of hands which aren’t touching the wheel. I like the  fact that its set in the middle of a medieval forest. What would really tie the scene together is a skunk just hanging on the side of the road.

Adlo Nova

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And last but not least we have good ol’ Aldo.  What can be said about him that you haven’t already thought?  Here’s a link to the title track off of “Twitch.”  Are you brave enough to check it out?  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6tOM0Xb2XY

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Ambrosia would like to thank you on behalf of Firecat Central for reading this and every week.

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