Framption comes alive on vinyl.
Framption comes alive on vinyl.
I just got done with that [on CD / Remastered version by Doug Sax] a couple of hours ago. I absolutely LOVE the last song!
David Byrne Rei Momo
Finally! I found this freakin' thread again. This should be a sticky, it is after all what makes this forum go around 'cause it's all about the music baby! :D
The Who "Tommy" SACD and enjoyin' the hell out of it.
Here's a link to a review..... http://www.musictap.net/Reviews/WhoTommySACD.html
Can You Dig It
Bruce Springsteen, born to run. i love vinyl!
Kenny Burrell and Jimmy Smith - Blue Bash!
Master of the Hammond organ meets one hell of a jazz guitar player. Swinging ****; I need some tubes!
Marc Anthony - You Sang To Me
Talking Heads "Stop making Sense"
JT Greatest Hits
Enya - Watermark, 3 times in a row, very easy on the ears
Should this thread be in Music & Movies to make it easier to find?
I like this one.
Take The Long Way Home - Supertramp
Enjoying headphone land...
A bit of Peter Gabriel spinning now,might throw in some Jackson Brown later.
allways a big mix but lately dj-format, raps over 12 bar blues and usually has some brass thrown in. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQ9BD...eature=related quality bass lines and jazzy drum beats. Some of his stuff sounds like it should be on the Dirty harry soundtrack when he is chasing the sniper in the rooftops.
Joe Ely - Musta Notta Gotta Lotta
1981, SouthCoast Records MCA-5183, LP
A well mastered LP with the journeyman, rockabilly talents of Joe Ely. More notable on this effort are the chops of Reese Wynans on keys and Lloyd Maines on steel and rhythm guitars.
Eric Clapton - Slow Hand
Ministry - Keianh (Psalm 69)
Frank Marino and Mahogany Rush - Live
1977, Sony CD release 1990, CD
One of the very finest blues and rock groups of all time, IMHO. Frank's guitar knocks my socks off--just like it did the first time I heard it in the late '70's. Superb!
Sublime - 2nd Hand Smoke
Skunk Records, Limited Edition 200g picture disk, LP
These guy's blend of influences, plus pure talent, did it for me.
The Loved Ones - Build & Burn.
Absolutely brilliant album. Hit http://www.myspace.com/thelovedones to check out a few tracks.
BlueMDPicker, if you dig Sublime, check out Mad Caddies' CD Keep It Going. Very much that same kind of groove, but with a little taste of New Orleans thrown in.
Temptation right now at about 1600 watts
That string bass just rips right through you:eek:
This is one tight recording. Just a plain old CD.
A little bright, but it is on my Sony CD straight to the amps via passive pre.
Dire Straits - Making Movies, on LP
Bob Welch...French Kiss CD. A classic!
hold on to this feeling.. "Freedom" J-5. While commercial rap gives hip-hop a bad name we still have the musical Jurrasic 5. I love how my RTi 10 woofers let me enjoy the bass line and the mid lets me enjoy the snap of the drum, tasty stuff, I am so glad Chali 2na is carrying the tradition
It's a snow day so i get to listen to music all day!
Neil Young - After the Gold Rush.
next: Stevie Nicks - Rock a Little
A step back in time for sure.
Elvis, Pure Gold on vinyl
Not all the impressive but In The Ghetto and Don't Be Cruel were nice.
I couldn't resist listening to it after one of the guys on american idol sang one of his songs.
Tina Turner - Private Dancer
Stephen Stills - Stills Stills The Best of Stephen Stills
Two on vinyl this evening from the George Grand "Garage Record Store".