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    Hey B_dick you have 25;)
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    I guess it's off to the flea market
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    Quote Originally Posted by sir_lagzalot View Post
    I guess it's off to the flea market
    Sadly yes, but....
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    "In the Wee Small Hours". Nelson Riddle should be on Mount Rushmore.

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    "Everything Must Go" - Steely Dan, 2003
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNRabbit View Post
    "Everything Must Go" - Steely Dan, 2003
    Aren't Steely Dan supposed to be one of the benchmarks for how a cd is supposed to be mixed?

    Supposedly.


    It's what a musician friend told me.

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    Johnny Winter - John Dawson Winter III
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    sybil..............." good and ready"
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    -passport/ doldinger...their 1st lp [1972]

    -havent had my system on in over a month...
    -"Don't BAN me Bro!"

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    Santana-Beck-Lukather- Lotus Gem - Live In Japan 1986

    This double cd is recorded live in Karuizawa, Japan in 1986, and released by Phonocomp in Italy in 1992.
    It contains songs of the Santana Band, the Jeff Beck Band and Steve Lukather as a guest guitarist. Jeff Beck is assisted by Jan Hammer, Doug Wimbish, Jimmy Hall and Simon Phillips.
    The quality of the soundboard recording is not too bad. Luke is really whipped up by Santana and Jeff Beck.
    The album is also known as Rock in Karuizawa.

    Musicians:

    Santana - guitar
    Jeff Beck - guitar
    Steve Lukather - guitar
    Armando Peraza - Congos
    Chester Thomson - Keyboard
    Jan Hammer - Keyboard
    Tom Coster - Keyboard
    Graham Lear - Drums
    Simon Philips - Drums
    Alphonso Johnson - Bass
    Doug Wimbish - Bass
    Orestes Vilato - Timbale
    Raul Rekow - Congos





    CD 1
    01 - Into/Primaera Invasion (Santana)
    02 - Black Magic Woman (Santana)
    03 - Open Invitation (Santana, Lukather)
    04 - Starcycle (Beck)
    05 - Cause It Ended For Lovers (Beck)
    06 - Wild Thing (Beck)
    07 - Freeway jam (Beck, Lukather)
    08 - Going Down (Beck, Lukather)
    09 - Escape (Beck, Lukather)

    CD 2
    01 - Super Boogie (Santana, Beck, Lukather)
    02 - Lotus Blues (Santana, Beck, Lukather)
    03 - People Get Ready (Santana, Beck, Lukather)
    04 - Johnny B. Goode (Santana, Beck, Lukather)
    05 - Goodbye porkpie Hat (Beck)
    06 - Love will (Beck)
    07 - Ambitious (Santana, Beck)
    08 - Stop look and listen (Santana, Beck)
    09 - Blue wind (Santana, Beck)
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    Ted Nugent - Live at The Kentucky State Fair

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    The Great White Buffalo

    Classic Nuge. He's on fire.......the man can play guitar.

    "Appreciation of audio is a completely subjective human experience. Measurements can provide a measure of insight, but are no substitute for human judgment. Why are we looking to reduce a subjective experience to objective criteria anyway? The subtleties of music and audio reproduction are for those who appreciate it. Differentiation by numbers is for those who do not".--Nelson Pass

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    Jerry Vale's 1964 Carnegie Hall concert recording, "Standing Ovation". (Columbia CK 9073) If this is the sort of thing you like, you'll like this a lot.

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    Gordon lightfoot
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    John Mayer - Continuum



    I really like this album. It's the best of his "pop" stuff. For those that don't know...you should try and find a copy of the "Try!" by the John Mayer Trio (live in concert). It is a whole different thing. Very good blues rock. Continuum has a hint of what he can do but you gotta give Try! a listen.
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    Awesome album. You got to hear it. A little hot, but...

    Edit: read the reviews
    http://www.amazon.com/Whats-Ronstadt.../dp/B000002H1F
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    Jackson Browne - Time the Conqueror



    Jackson Browne is one of only a very few artists that I buy any NEW (no greatest hits stuff) album as soon as it comes out. This one was released last week so I had to pick it up this weekend. I try to get over the politics because I enjoy the music so much. Well written lyrically and in typical Browne style, this one is very heavy on the politics (as he sees it)...but as is the norm it is also great music. I really dislike his politics...but l really love his music. Go figure...

    I know what I'm getting with Jackson Browne and as usual, I'm not disappointed!
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    Jackson Browne - Looking East



    After listening to the new Browne album "Time the Conqueror" I decided to pull out another of his albums for the evening. It was one of the lesser viewed (from a critic standpoint) but one I enjoy very much. "Barricades of Heaven" is stellar. "I'm the Cat" and "Nino" are just fun tracks. Good Stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    Jackson Browne - Looking East



    After listening to the new Browne album "Time the Conqueror" I decided to pull out another of his albums for the evening. It was one of the lesser viewed (from a critic standpoint) but one I enjoy very much. "Barricades of Heaven" is stellar. "I'm the Cat" and "Nino" are just fun tracks. Good Stuff.
    I'll listen to that next:)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ben62670 View Post
    Awesome album.
    You should complete the set with Lush Life and For Sentimental Reasons.
    Make yourself necessary to someone. Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    Dr Hook- Sloppy seconds. A silly but fun album.



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    What with the financial disastrophe, and the House turning thumbs down, I think I need a reassuring shot of the Chairman of the Board, Frank. And maybe some Scotch. :p
    Both of which, I partake of maybe once every 4 or 5 years.

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    This is in the player now.

    Staind: The Singles


    This is going in next.
    Rush moving Pictures: MFSL version

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    Michael Burks - Iron Man
    2008, Alligator Records, CD

    Tremendous tone in these hard driving licks, overlayed with stellar vocals. Like blues? Get this.
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    The Crystal Method - Vegas (Deluxe Edition)





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    Best of Kasas

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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9 View Post
    Santana-Beck-Lukather- Lotus Gem - Live In Japan 1986
    I didn't this album existed. I did see the video of "Super Boogie" on youtube.com.

    I'm listening to this CD by The Dream Academy. Remember the single "Life in a Northern Town"? Co-produced by David Gilmour of Pink Floyd.


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    Definitely a classic LIVE rock album!

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    Just saw him live two weeks ago,,very good recording for a live release.
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