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    24/96 from HD Tracks

    Title: In Session
    Artist: Albert King | Stevie Ray Vaughan
    Genre: Blues / Electric Blues
    Label: Stax Records
    Release Date: 1999
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    Title: The World's Greatest Audiophile Vocal Recordings
    Artist: Various Artists Chesky Records
    Genre: Jazz / Vocal
    Label: Chesky Records
    Release Date: 2006
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    Title: The Smithereens Play Tommy
    Artist: The Smithereens
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    Label: KOCH Records
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    Title: A Love Supreme
    Artist: John Coltrane
    Genre: Jazz / Bop
    Label: Impulse Records
    Release Date: 2008
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    I got the Coltrane "A Love Supreme", too.

    Let me know what you think....

    It's a bit...ahh....esoteric....but my palate is young yet....

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    I have "A Love Supreme" on SACD and I like it, though the chanting bit on the title track takes a little getting usef to...

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    [QUOTE=Bobsama;1438997]

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    Ah, RED. It's definately a dark album. Almost scary. Great album though. If you don't own Starless and Bible Black, get it. SABB and RED are almost a double album. They should be listened to consecutively (IMO).

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    Just got back from my saturday CD Alley trip.

    Nothing like fresh 180g vinyl!

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    Also ordered the Sundazed reissue of Sly and the Family Stone's STAND. Should arrive Wed.
    Baby Einstein has never sounded so good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rev. Hayes View Post
    Just got back from my saturday CD Alley trip.

    Nothing like fresh 180g vinyl!

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    Also ordered the Sundazed reissue of Sly and the Family Stone's STAND. Should arrive Wed.
    That Spoon album is wonderful. If you dig it, try Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga...the follow up to Gimme Fiction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Tracy View Post
    I got the Coltrane "A Love Supreme", too.

    Let me know what you think....

    It's a bit...ahh....esoteric....but my palate is young yet....
    I think A Love Supreme is a masterpiece, but I think its easier to get into after delving into some of his more mainstream stuff: Giant Steps, Blue Train, the Coltrane/Burrell album and the Coltrane/Monk at Carnegie Hall album.

    I think a good bridge album between the more mainstream stuff and A Love Supreme is Live at The Village Vanguard - The Master Takes (1 disc). The cut titled "India" on there is just phenomenal. A Love Supreme was one of the first Coltrane albums I picked up (as a friend suggested it) but looking back I should have picked up some of these first..
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    Quote Originally Posted by headrott View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Bobsama View Post
    Ah, RED. It's definately a dark album. Almost scary. Great album though. If you don't own Starless and Bible Black, get it. SABB and RED are almost a double album. They should be listened to consecutively (IMO).

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    these guys keep showing more versatility each album

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    Morrissey - Viva Hate (1997 Centenary Edition with bonus tracks)

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    Music from the 80s....




    Newly released....



    For my Windham Hill CD collection....


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    More music from the '80s....



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    Danny I have The Glen Miller Orchestra, "In the Digital Mood" from when it first came out and I love it to death. It's always great blasting it as an eye opener.

    Boy do I wish I had the Lou Reed album.

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    Alice In Chains; Black Turns Into Blue
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    Erice Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival 2010 (Blu-Ray)
    "Life is one grand, sweet song, so start the music." ~ Ronald Reagan

    "I love songs about horses, railroads, land, Judgment Day, family, hard times, whiskey, courtship, marriage, adultery, separation, murder, war, prison, rambling, damnation, home, salvation, death, pride, humor, piety, rebellion, patriotism, larceny, determination, tragedy, rowdiness, heartbreak and love. And Mother. And God." ~ Johnny Cash

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    Alejandro Escovedo - The Boxing Mirror

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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    Alejandro Escovedo - The Boxing Mirror

    Steve, what genre of music is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hearingimpared
    Steve, what genre of music is that?
    Alternative latin/country R&R

    From allmusic.com:

    Alejandro Escovedo's family tree includes former Santana percussionist Pete Escovedo and Pete's daughter Sheila E (also Prince's former drummer and later a pop star). He began his music career with the Nuns, a mid-'70s punk band based in San Francisco. He co-founded the pioneering cowpunk band Rank and File in 1979, which moved to Austin, TX, in 1981 after a stint in New York City. The band released Sundown on Slash Records in 1982, but shortly after, Escovedo left to form the True Believers with brother Javier. The band recorded two albums for EMI and toured the country, often as an opening act for Los Lobos. However, EMI opted not to release the second album, which eventually led to the group's breakup. (It eventually surfaced as a bonus item when Rykodisc reissued the first set on CD in 1994.) Escovedo released a solo album in 1992 on Watermelon Records, Gravity, uniting his wide variety of styles; the album was produced by Stephen Bruton of Bonnie Raitt's band. Escovedo also began gigging periodically with the band Buick MacKane, which fused old-school punk with '70s glam rock; after Rykodisc released Escovedo's With These Hands in 1996, they followed it up with Buick MacKane's long-awaited album. After Escovedo parted ways with Rykodisc, he signed in 1998 with the Chicago-based alt-country label Bloodshot, which released the live album More Miles Than Money: Live 1994-1996 and the acclaimed studio set A Man Under the Influence. In April 2003, Escovedo collapsed following a show in Phoenix, AZ, after which it was subsequently revealed that he had been diagnosed with Hepatitis C in the late '90s but had not sought treatment. An outpouring of support from musicians led to a series of successful benefit concerts to help pay Escovedo's medical expenses and keep his music before the public, followed by a tribute album, Por Vida: A Tribute to the Songs of Alejandro Escovedo, which was released in 2004. In 2006, Escovedo released Boxing Mirror and toured with the Alejandro Escovedo String Quintet to promote the album. His next album, Real Animal, was produced by Tony Visconti and released in June 2008. Escovedo re-teamed with Visconti for 2010's Street Songs of Love.
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    Thanks Steve, that's some story and what a mix of genre! How the SQ on that album?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Tracy View Post
    I got the Coltrane "A Love Supreme", too.

    Let me know what you think....

    It's a bit...ahh....esoteric....but my palate is young yet....
    "A Love Supreme" is really cool. It's my album with Coltrane and I am really digging the composition and tunes. I can only imagine how cutting edge this must have been for the time.

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    It's not stellar, but generally well done.
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    Picked up Donald Fagen's "Kamakiriad" CD for .97 cents used at Hastings; and Billy Joel "Glass Houses" for $6.99 new!

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    I just received today from Amazon:

    1. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - Damn The Torpedos (Blu-Ray Audio Disc)

    2. Suzanne Vega - Retrospective:The Best Of Suzanne Vega (2CD/DVD Import)
    "Life is one grand, sweet song, so start the music." ~ Ronald Reagan

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    Band on the Run remaster at 24/96.

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    Finger 11 Paralyzer.
    Please. Please contact me a ben62670 @ yahoo.com. Make sure to include who you are, and you are from Polk so I don't delete your email. Also I am now physically unable to work on any projects. If you need help let these guys know. There are many people who will help if you let them know where you are.
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    A few from my latest Amazon order of about 30 CDs:

    Tony Trischka: the Early Years
    Louis Arstrong: Hot Fives & Sevens (JSP)
    Bela Fleck & the Flecktones: self-titled, Flight of the Cosmic Hippo
    David Ackles: self-titled, Subway to the Country
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    Title: Genius Loves Company
    Artist: Ray Charles
    Genre: Jazz
    Label: Hear Music
    Release Date: 2006


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    melody gardot - worrysome heart
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    Picked up some used vinyl last week:

    Zebra- Zebra
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    Billy Joel - 52nd Street
    Triumph- Allied Forces
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    Carole King & James Taylor

    Live at the Troubadour

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