The Dave Brubeck Quartet
So What's New?
The Dave Brubeck Quartet
So What's New?
Kenny Wayne Shepherd - 10 Days Out Blues From The Backroads
Very interesting. Really liking it.
It seems my last 2 selections are blues..........I am not blue, but one can listen to the blues when not feeling blue, right?
Shepherd's reverence for his musical roots are centerstage on this CD/DVD package featuring the guitarslinger with rhythm section of bassist Tommy Shannon and drumer Chris slayton performing with some of the greatest blues players of our time ... Full Descriptionas well as lesser-known but historically significant bluesmen. Traveling to their hometowns to record everywhere from juke joints to front porches, from New Orleans to Kansas, Shepherd celebrates and becomes part of blues history.
More than a mere live album, this collection of impromptu performances, recorded at both established venues and in kitchens and on front porches throughout the American South, captures a rapidly vanishing generation of bluesmen and women singing and playing with the blues musician Kenny Wayne Shepherd and his Double Trouble rhythm section. Featuring well-known artists such as B.B. King and Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, as well as lesser-known performers such as Wild Child Butler and Cootie Stark, this combination CD and DVD is both a tribute to and a record of the musicians who influenced Shepherd, and a chance to observe the art form that laid the foundations for much of modern music. Often supported only by Shepherd's acoustic guitar, artists of the caliber of Cootie Stark, whose "Prison Blues" is a highlight, and the pianist Pinetop Perkins, whose "Grindin' Man" is accompanied by Muddy Waters' band, exude a matter-of-fact mastery born of decades of hard-won experience.
Van Morrison on SDA 1Cs. Thinks this is one of the recs from the SDA music sticky.
Tears of Joy
Kill uM All -- Metallica------this cd sounds so clear on my system -- love it
The Girl in the other Room
Nine Inch Nails - Still
These are some very interesting interpretations of tunes spanning 4 main releases.
"The Becoming" is amazing.
Norah Jones - Feels Like Home
Shelby Lynne- just a little loving
lots of Mozart
OMD Sugar Tax
Savoy Brown - Street Corner Talking
Bloodhound Gang: Hefty Fine, Hooray for Boobies
Great album and some of their best work, IMHO.
Erin McCarley - "Love Save the Empty"
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Chronicle: The 20 Greatest Hits
CCR put out a LOT of good music.
Taylor Swift Fearless
I just got my Queen's Greatest Hits 3 disc CD, and man it's good! My favorite track so far is 'Another One Bites The Dust'. The SDA's do that song lots of justice!
Must have listened to this a million times.
Just delivered in today's mail.....
Jimmy Buffett - Buffett Hotel
on Skye Records
Q's Jook Joint
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It's basic Buffett. Nothing new or out of the ordinary. If you are a Parrothead (fan) you will like it.Quote:
Originally Posted by bigaudiofanatic
2 tracks in particular on this CD, Tomorrow's Girls and On the Dunes are absolutely brilliant, IMO.