That is what I thought of when you posted. :biggrin:
Round About Midnight - Miles Davis
Its a vinyl night
Budgie-Never Turn Your Back On A Friend
Breadfan kicks you now what, the band that inspired Mettalica, they did a good cover of Breadfan on Garage Inc.
Pepster, you like the Robert Plant & Alison Kraus Raising Sand album? You gotta like.
More vinyl from Greg Brown's beautiful and talented daughter, Pieta Brown.
Time to put the home theatre to some use with an old western.
'' The Wild Bunch ''
I am slowly working my way through my collection...cleaning and then adding to the listening stock.
Two fresh ones for tonight.
The first time I ever bought an lp was in 2007. I know :rolleyes: I came out of the store that day with Neil Young...Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere and my current spin...
Turned out to be a Philippine import. I was spinning them on a $50 Crosley reproduction plastic jobby...but even then it sounded sweet.
I went to my mothers today to get my old Denon cassette deck I've had in storage there for 7 years, with the intent for sell it... After shining her up and cleaning the heads, I'm now reconsidering that thought... The Buck Owens selection was on cassette, and now this one... I'm feeling a bit nostalgic playing these tapes I haven't heard in years, and were either never released on CD, or they are out of print and VERY expensive if you can even find them... And this Denon is a very nice deck (model number DR-M22), it's a 3 head, full logic machine, that when new in 1984 had an MSRP of $420... And upon a bit of research the wooden side panel models appear to be somewhat rare... Hmmmmmmm, I don't know, anyone interested in a nice 'ol tape deck :question::question::mrgreen:..................... ....
1990 MCA Records
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Its real purdy. Hochpt21: That Pieta album was supposed to come autographed from her record label but wasn't. That song Faller is just outstanding. She was playing it a lot live and I'd just about cream my shorts every time I heard her sing it. Oops, was that out loud?
Time to mellow out the selections heading down to Lincoln Town.
John Hiatt- Crossing Muddy Waters. Haven't made it to Barry White yet after this and another brew, I just might put Barry White on who knows what it might lead to!!!
Got a date?:mrgreen:Quote:
I've retired to the bedroom to watch Esperanza Spalding on Austin City Limits (with headphones so I can play it loud :cool: ), and 5 minutes in I love her even more than I already did... This would be an excellent candidate for a Blu-Ray release... Anyhow, goodnight group, more tomorrow......
Pretty killer show here:
P.S. - I have a heck of a caffiene buzz, I'm gonna hang around for a couple more... :mrgreen: