Tina Turner: Private Dancer.
Tina Turner: Private Dancer.
Inspired by treitz3 and Phish...
decided to listen on MOG because I don't have the deluxe version. Actually, I will probably never have the deluxe version since I just ordered this:
Love Little Feat! Dug out Dixie Chicken....Met a bartender that said he knew her well!! Ha!
Gorillaz...Plastic Beach (youtube)
John Lee Hooker and Canned Heat...Hooker N Heat (Vinyl)
You picked a good time to buy, gdpeck. That album [Little Feat, WFC on MFSL] has been just lately discontinued. Prices will only go up from here.
I'm currently listening to something I'm sure many of you will laugh at and I can't believe I'm about to post this.....but it is, after all, what I'm listening too right now. Lots of good younger years [women, smoking, drinking, partying and mischief] memories from this album.
David Osborne, "From This Moment"
Regarding Dokken, I have some good memories of listening to them as well...
Right now, I'm continuing with more Little Feat.
Erroll Garner...Concert By The Sea (vinyl)
One of the best. Jazz piano.
Quicksilver Messanger Service: Shady Grove. Nicky Hopkins on piano, give Edward The Mad Shirt Grinder a listen. PIANO at its best.
Found a track today I really like, playing it now...
Embliss - Kaleido (Retroid Remix)
Nice chillout downtempo breaks track.
Albert King...Travelin' To California (vinyl)
Lacuna Coil - Comalies
Linda Ronstadt & Emmylou Harris Western Wall - The Tucson Sessions CD -> ALAC
Good morning music lovers...
Bluegrass Mandolin Extravaganza Acoustic Disc (1999) CD -> ALAC
The humblest of beginnings can beget the best prizes, as is the case with this spectacular summit meeting of bluegrass mandolinists. The story goes like this: Ronnie McCoury, son of the great Del, is driving his father's 1954 GMC coach in the (where else?) Shenandoah Valley and has a minor epiphany, dreaming up what he describes as a "Bluegrass Mandolin 101." When he shares the idea with Acoustic Disc founder (and mandolin virtuoso) David Grisman, the project is off with a sprint. Next thing you know, there's eight great mandolin pickers--veterans Jesse McReynolds, Bobby Osborne, Frank Wakefield, and Buck White, and (relatively) younger maestros Sam Bush, Ricky Skaggs, McCoury, and Grisman, with Del McCoury on guitar--grabbing 34 tunes for their collective own. They open with a unison reading of "Blue Moon of Kentucky" that recalls how important mandolin ensemble music was in bridging the worlds of concert and popular music generations ago. Then the ensemble's off on a solo-rich ride, with fiddle tunes like "Old Joe Clark" offering everyone a moment in the picking light and Bill Monroe's "Roanoke" giving the session's two planners a chance to speed through in unison. Then there are banjo-tune adaptations like "The Cakewalk" and numerous episodes of influence, where you have Wakefield, one of Grisman's 1960s-era mentors, jamming on "Mexican Stomp." The pickers also get an opportunity to introduce many of the cuts with a short monologue on the tune's genesis and intent. As if that all weren't enough, the set also comes slipcased with a generously colorful booklet that breaks down each tune and features mini-essays on each soloist and lovely photos of their preferred mandolin. Far more than a simple anthology of trad-grass mandolin music, this is a lengthy paean to the instrument and its great practitioners. --Andrew Bartlett
Honky Tonk Girl: The Loretta Lynn Collection (disc 1 of 3)
1994 MCA Records
The Band....Rock Of Ages.....Bob Dylan and The Band Before the Flood!
hochpt21: you must've received your albums from George. Hooker & Heat. Albert King. Some good stuff there. George still has some really good Savoy Brown available, I already have a good SB collection or I'd be all over it. Muddy Waters Hard Again is also an awesome album, produced by Johnny Winter, and JW plays on it as well. James Cotton might play harp on it too if my memory serves me. Maybe even Pinetop Perkins.
Rick 88, you have some fine stuff in yer collection!
Me too,as far as music goes,variety is the spice of life isn't it?