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    Modern English-Pillow Lips.
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    zeppelin - houses of the holy.
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    Mr. Spock's Music From Outer Space.


    And yes I'm trying to whore it off on Ebay for a ridiculous price.:)
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    I'd nearly forgotten how good Jefferson Airplane ("Gold", a Best Of collection) sounded until I received a stack of used CD's I bought from Snow in the For Sale forum a couple of weeks ago and started listening my way through them.
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    Listening to Clutch right now, Whiskey and Rye and drink to the dead
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    Black Sabbath, "Supernaut" .......
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    Quote Originally Posted by gwh View Post
    Mr. Spock's Music From Outer Space.


    And yes I'm trying to whore it off on Ebay for a ridiculous price.:)
    Say that an image of Jesus occasionally appears on the cover. That will add a few dollars to its worth.

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    Jeff Beck - Performing this week.......Live At Ronnie Scott's



    Tal Wilkenfeld (bass), Vinnie Colaiuta (drums), Jason Rebello (keyboards)

    1) Beck's Bolero 2) Eternity's Breath 3) Stratus 4) Cause We've Ended As Lovers 5) Behind The Veil 6) You Never Know 7) Nadia 8) Blast From The East 9) Led Boots 10) Angel (Footsteps) 11) People Get Ready - with JOSS STONE 12) Scatterbrain 13) Goodbye Pork Pie Hat / Brush With The Blues 14) Space Boogie 15) Blanket - with IMOGEN HEAP 16) Big Block 17) A Day In The Life 18) Little Brown Bird - with ERIC CLAPTON 19) You Need Love - with ERIC CLAPTON 20) Rollin' And Tumblin' - with IMOGEN HEAP 21) Where Were You

    Outstanding show...............the musicians are phenomenal especially 21 year old bass player Tal Wilkenfeld, what a little dynamo.

    The overwhelming majority of this DVD consists of Jeff Beck's nonpareil guitar virtuosity. The instrumental performances that spotlight his inimitable whammy bar mastery, tones, riffs and fretboard prowess include "Becks' Bolero", "Where Were You'" Blast From The East," "A Day In The Life," "Stratus," "Scatterbrain," "Brush With The Blues," Big Block," and "Angel(Footsteps)." There are fantastic guest performances by Eric Clapton "Little Brown Bird," "You Need Love" and Imogen Heap "Rolling and Tumblin" "Blanket" and a sterling Joss Stone rendition of "People Get Ready." Not only is the music magical-so is the aura and ambience of Ronnie Scott's renowned Jazz Club in London. This DVD is all killer and no filler. An imperative purchase!!!!

    A must have.

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    Coldplay - Viva La Vida
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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9
    A must have.
    The BD version is on its way from Amazon! Glad to hear it's a good one!
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    The Gregg Allman Band- Just Before the Bullets Fly



    Gregg Allman's 4th solo album...and quite frankly it is his weakest. "Laid Back", Playin' Up A Storm" and "I'm No Angel" are all better IMO. This one is not bad...just nothing special. It's typical Allman fare with some good guitar and Allman as always is good on the Hammond B-3 organ. If one is an Allman fan it is worth having...but there are better albums out there. If one wants a taste of Gregg Allman at his solo best...pick up "Playin' Up A Storm".
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    Desperation Band - Who You Are
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    I love how music can brighten up a bad day.

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    Gabriella Cilmi-Lessons To Be Learned

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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    The Gregg Allman Band- Just Before the Bullets Fly



    Gregg Allman's 4th solo album...and quite frankly it is his weakest. "Laid Back", Playin' Up A Storm" and "I'm No Angel" are all better IMO. This one is not bad...just nothing special. It's typical Allman fare with some good guitar and Allman as always is good on the Hammond B-3 organ. If one is an Allman fan it is worth having...but there are better albums out there. If one wants a taste of Gregg Allman at his solo best...pick up "Playin' Up A Storm".

    How odd...I was in an Allman mood myself today - gave the whole Eat a Peach Album a spin on the turntable!



    Damn, those good ol boys sure new how to jam! :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9 View Post
    Jeff Beck - Performing this week.......Live At Ronnie Scott's



    Tal Wilkenfeld (bass), Vinnie Colaiuta (drums), Jason Rebello (keyboards)

    1) Beck's Bolero 2) Eternity's Breath 3) Stratus 4) Cause We've Ended As Lovers 5) Behind The Veil 6) You Never Know 7) Nadia 8) Blast From The East 9) Led Boots 10) Angel (Footsteps) 11) People Get Ready - with JOSS STONE 12) Scatterbrain 13) Goodbye Pork Pie Hat / Brush With The Blues 14) Space Boogie 15) Blanket - with IMOGEN HEAP 16) Big Block 17) A Day In The Life 18) Little Brown Bird - with ERIC CLAPTON 19) You Need Love - with ERIC CLAPTON 20) Rollin' And Tumblin' - with IMOGEN HEAP 21) Where Were You

    Outstanding show...............the musicians are phenomenal especially 21 year old bass player Tal Wilkenfeld, what a little dynamo.

    The overwhelming majority of this DVD consists of Jeff Beck's nonpareil guitar virtuosity. The instrumental performances that spotlight his inimitable whammy bar mastery, tones, riffs and fretboard prowess include "Becks' Bolero", "Where Were You'" Blast From The East," "A Day In The Life," "Stratus," "Scatterbrain," "Brush With The Blues," Big Block," and "Angel(Footsteps)." There are fantastic guest performances by Eric Clapton "Little Brown Bird," "You Need Love" and Imogen Heap "Rolling and Tumblin" "Blanket" and a sterling Joss Stone rendition of "People Get Ready." Not only is the music magical-so is the aura and ambience of Ronnie Scott's renowned Jazz Club in London. This DVD is all killer and no filler. An imperative purchase!!!!

    A must have.

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    Been reading a lot of good reviews about this already. I hear it's on blu ray which should sound phenomenal

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    Vivaldi Four seasons- My all time favorite Classical peice. A MUST if you don't have it.

    AfroCuban All Stars- Distinto Differente. This is the best Latin Jazz I've ever heard. It's made by these old Cuban musicians who are Masters with their instrument all coming together. A nice treat.

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    Bruce Hornsby and the Range - Scenes From The Southside



    A VERY NICE followup to their excellent debut album (The Way It Is). Often times when the first album is so successful, the second album is merely stuff that didn't make the cut on the first and falls far short of expectaions. That is not the case here. This one is not as good as the first but only by a little. The first two cuts, "Look out Any Window" and "The Valley Road" start the album out strong and and the rest levels off from there. Pretty good from start to finish. Hornsby's piano playing alone is worth the price of the album.
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    Bob Dylan's first LP 180 gram mono
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    I never dreamed that I would be posting this album, let alone with a positive review, but I can't stop spinning...



    Biggest surprise was how musical many of the tracks are. I definitely will be adding more Iggy to the collection...
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    I have a pristine copy, with pristine cover, of that album Kelvin. I've been hanging onto it since one got about $600 on the auction site.

    Hi Bruce!

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    Im checking out Mahler/Symphony no.1 in D major
    Chicago Symphony Orchestra-Bernard Haitink, Conductor:D
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Grand View Post
    I have a pristine copy, with pristine cover, of that album Kelvin. I've been hanging onto it since one got about $600 on the auction site.

    Hi Bruce!
    Sweet!!! Mine's the new sundazed version but man does it sound good for an LP recorded 47 years ago. Remastered from analog source and the best mono LP I've ever heard for sound. I just love the young raw Dylan stuff. Plus I'm showing my son Johnny how some of the early harder rock bands like Zeppelin and the Animals and Nazarath expanded on Dylan's blues style and ground out much heavier rock tunes.

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    Took Janey out for dinner tonight. It was her birthday and she wanted IHOP. We stopped by Boarders afterwards to walk it off and I found a remastered copy of Rush 2112 for 9.99. One of my faves. Got my cans on now listening and it sounds great.

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    Bo,, with tubes
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Grand
    Hi Bruce!
    Looks like Bruce did one of his semi-annual drive by posts....
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    Duck and cover, ShackDaddy.... I will try to drive by a little more often, but now on freakin' dial-up.... major suckage...

    Not quite clear of the flood zone as yet. Any interest in a 2-story with a gutted 1st floor?

    Right back at you, Mr. Grand...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ern Dog View Post
    Vivaldi Four seasons- My all time favorite Classical peice. A MUST if you don't have it.

    AfroCuban All Stars- Distinto Differente. This is the best Latin Jazz I've ever heard. It's made by these old Cuban musicians who are Masters with their instrument all coming together. A nice treat.
    Do you have the Telarc Boston Symphony version with Pearlman? Best I've heard. My favorite classical piece.
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    Augustana - Sweet and Low

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    Primus - My Name is Mud

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRESCENDOPOWER View Post
    Primus - My Name is Mud
    Sweet track. Also welcome to this world is top notch!
    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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