I have this in five different formats. The original LP, open reel tape, cassette, CD and digital. I used to also have it in 8 Track but the foam pressure pads disintegrated so I threw them away.
Another album I have in different media from different eras.
Another much loved album I have in numerous media, LP, cassette, RTR, digital, etc. I have it on both the HD in my car as well as on an iPod that often travels with me.
Another album I have in numerous formats, including the original LP I purchased when it was first released in the 60's.
I well remember purchasing this album in reel to reel format at the PX in Nurnberg, Germany while I was living there in 1969. I spent hours listening to it on my headphones as it played on my Sony TC530 tape deck. I also remember the battle that raged in court in Germany between the band and the offspring of Count Zeppelin over the band's use of the family name. A truly seminal recording by one of rock's legends and our introduction to the band and John Bonham's drumming.
Sitting on a park bench, eyeing little girls with bad intent. If that wasn't my anthem in 1971 I don't know what was. Another seminal album from the period best listened to while in a drug induced haze. Ian Anderson's flute transported us to another world.
Not one of their best effort regardless of the fact that it contained "Breath" and "Wrapped". Zenyatta Mondatta from 5 years earlier is a better effort by the group.
Wife and daughters used to dance/exercise to this music after dinner. Sadly, I never found it compelling.
Didn't think I would enjoy this album but found it surprisingly entertaining.
I hadn't paid much attention to the Eagles before Joe Walsh joined them on this album, but I quickly became a devotee of Don Henley and Glenn Frey and the Eagles in general.
I well remember the release of this album in 1970 when I was playing at being a civilian DJ on armed forces radio in Germany.