Adele 19 and 21- This girl can sing.
Butthole Surfers-Locust Abortion Technician- Some great music from texas.
Nirvana-in Utero- Classic grunge rock
Bjork-Post- Never heard this one so I got it used.
David Byrne-The Catherine Wheel- Heard this years ago but never had a chance to listen to the whole thing.
Panda Bear-Tomboy-Great music
The local music shop sells the used and new in the same place so its easy to find old stuff thats good to hear again. The Adele and Panda Bear were new, the rest used. Nothing like a little variety to keep things interesting.
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Recent additions to my library include...
Anna Nalick -- Wreck of the Day
Asia -- Astra; Then & Now
Bad Company -- Straight Shooter; Run with the Pack; Desolation Angels; Dangerous Age; Here Comes Trouble; Company of Strangers; and Stories Told & Untold
Blue Oyster Cult -- Agents of Fortune
The Church -- Gold Afternoon Fix; Priest=Aura
Cowboy Junkies -- Renmin Park (Vol. 1)
Genesis -- A Trick of the Tail; And Then There Were Three
Gordon Lightfoot -- Sunday Concert; Sundown; Summertime Dream; Gord's Gold (Vol.2); A Painter Passing Through
John Gorka -- The Land of the Bottom Line; Writing in the Margins
Katie Melua -- Call off the Search; Piece by Piece
Mark Knopfler -- Get Lucky
Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris -- Real Live Roadrunning (CD & DVD)
Pink Floyd -- The Dark Side of the Moon (Gold Ultradisc); Wish You Were Here (Japan); The Wall (Gold Ultradisc); A Momentary Lapse of Reason; The Division Bell
Red House -- Red House 25, A Silver Anniversary Retrospective
Richard Shindell -- Somewhere Near Paterson; Courier; Not Far Now
All shiny new FLACs direct from CD.
I don't see John Gorka mentioned much but he is one of my favorite folk artists along with Lucy Kaplansky and David Wilcox. "Writing in the Margins" is the only one I'm missing.
A ton of great rock and jazz vinyl. As good as the rock titles are, the jazz titles are better but nobody here cares about that.
Other new additions today (I've been borrowing CDs again) are as follows...
Neil Young -- After the Gold Rush; Lucky Thirteen; Decade; Prairie Wind; Rust Never Sleeps; Unplugged; Harvest Moon
Scorpions -- Crazy World
'Til Tuesday -- Welcome Home
R.E.M. -- Around the Sun
Genesis -- A Trick of the Tail (CD/SACD & DVD)
Genesis -- Abacab (CD/SACD & DVD)
Jessy J -- Tequila Moon
Sonya Kitchell -- Words Come Back To Me
Lissie -- Catching a Tiger
We all care George
Black Keys- Brothers and a couple older releases
T.V On the Radio- Nine types of light
Wolfmother- Cosmic Egg
The Arkells- Jackson Square
Hopefully these come before the impending postal strike (Damn Canada Post).
K2HD CDs from Hong Kong Sony Music....remastered and pressed in Japan, however.
A couple of SACDs from "Half Price Books"....
From the early years of the CD format....
Still factory sealed 29 years after it was made....
Tedeschi Trucks Band would give it 4.5/5. It's hard to represent this band in a cd format I would highly suggest downloading some of their live shows of bt.etree.org. However, this cd did not disappoint.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs: It's Blitz!
Haven't heard it yet as a whole, but the songs I heard were good.....
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Sarah Jarosz "Song Up In Her Head"
If you like Allison Krauss you may like this. Good folk/bluegrassy music.
Also Peter Wolf "Sleepless", good songwriting. Both of these sound great on the SDA's and in the car.
There's not too many genre of music I don't like.... From JAMES BROWN to The Original WashBoard Band.
29 year old Keyshia Cole
Some recent purchases....
Boston Acoustics / DMP Records Up Close 7 sampler - Bob Mintzer
T'Pau - Bridge of Spies (Japan Black Triangle CD)
Willie Nelson - Without A Song (CBS/Sony 35DP 107 3/4 black face CD - thx to forum member Scroller)
Tchaikovsky - 1812 / Romeo and Juliet - Boston Symphony Orchestra / Orchestra of the Royal Opera House / Sir Colin Davis (West Germany PolyGram CD pressing)
I just got the entire "Living Stereo" collection (60 Redbook CD box set) at amazon for $114. What a deal!
I just got my latest package from Amazon today. Here's what was in it:
Gillian Welch - Revival
Gillian Welch - Time (The Revelator)
Gillian Welch - The Harrow And The Harvest
Diana Krall - From This Moment On
Diana Krall - Only Trust Your Heart
Norah Jones - Come Away With Me (SACD)
Just picked up the new Rose Hill Drive album Americana! If you like modern rock, it is a great LP!
311's Universal Pulse...
It's an HDCD, so dbpoweramp auto ripped it as 24 / 44.1 FLAC.
All vinyl, REO Speedwagon, Commodores, Little River Band, Boz Scaggs, Linda Ronstadt Greatest Hits.
picked these up this weekend.
My latest are from Vienna Teng. I first heard Ms. Teng on a public TV program and just had to listen more. Her music has a jazzy / classical yet simple feel and includes a mix of traditional and Asian instruments. Her voice is sweet and captivating. Her lyrics are down to earth but thought provoking and haunting at times.