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    AOL radio christmas music being streamed through the Polks, enjoying some Skyy Vodka.:)
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    Just ran out of skyy last week can not have a drink. Darn Darn
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    Quote Originally Posted by tony millard View Post
    Bill Withers...The Best of.

    Great CD compilation and quality
    I know, I know, I know, I know, I know, I know, I know, I know, I know that I love this one as well. Tonight it's...



    then I'm following your lead...


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    David Benoit

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    Lord of the rings The Two Towers, Just got finished with FOTR.
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    Dheap Trick; Lap Of Luxury - these guys ROCK and the SDA force is strong within this album!
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    Jazz to the World

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    Finding Nemo, and my couch is vibrating.
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    You must be riding the current..:D
    Most people just listen to music and watch movies . I am glad to be a part of a select group that tries to take our auditory and visual senses to a higher level: we EXPERIENCE them.... GOT SDA?...GOT SUNFIRE? ...GOT Maggies?

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    Béla Fleck - The Bluegrass Sessions: Tales from the Acoustic Planet Volume II

    First time I've really actually listened to this CD since I got it. Really digging it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by audiobliss View Post
    Béla Fleck - The Bluegrass Sessions: Tales from the Acoustic Planet Volume II

    First time I've really actually listened to this CD since I got it. Really digging it.
    He is amazing. I love his jazzy stuff.
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    Going to the Man Cave now...Fleetwood Mac "The Dance"
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    Quote Originally Posted by vc69 View Post
    He is amazing. I love his jazzy stuff.
    I must say I was preferring it before they started singing.
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    The Derek Trucks Band
    give them a listen....great stuff
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    Mates of State - "Goods" from the All Day album

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    I had forgotten how good this LP is.IIRC, it was the next release following Aqualung. I was fortunate to see them on both tours,back in the day.This lp took us by surprise as it differed from the "standard" concert/record philisophy,and is/was considered a "conceptual" lp.

    and,, where was Biggles when you needed him last Saturday

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    Luther Allison - Live In Chicago (Alligator 4869)

    As accomplished a guitarist as he was, Allison wasn't a straight-ahead Chicago blues musician. He learned the blues long before he got to Chicago. What he did so successfully is take his base of Chicago blues and add touches of rock, soul, reggae, funk, and jazz.

    Well into his mid-50s, Allison continued to delight club and festival audiences around the world with his lengthy, sweat-drenched, high-energy shows, complete with dazzling guitar playing and inspired, soulful vocals. He continued to tour and record until July of 1997, when he was diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer. Just over a month later, he died in a hospital in Madison, WI; a tragic end to one of the great blues comeback stories.




    Pulled from performances at the Chicago Blues Festival, Buddy Guy's Legends club with a couple of strays recorded in Lincoln, NE, that were too good not to include, this two-disc set captures Allison at the absolute peak of his powers. Disc one is the Chicago Blues Festival in its entirety with a bonus track of Luther jamming on the finale with Otis Rush and Eddie C. Campbell on a medley of two B.B. King tunes. Disc two is equally potent, a combination of performances pulled from Buddy Guy's Legends club and the Zoo Bar in Lincoln, NE. Luther simply played his heart and spirit out right to the end and these recordings spotlight it in a very fine manner. One of the label's best.

    One of my favorite blues players.

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    With Frampton and Marriot-- on vinyl BTW
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    PBS (I work for our state public broadcasting agency) is in fund raising drive time and last night they aired Zappa Plays Zappa. Dweezle has done an excellent job on this. If you have the opportunity, check it out.

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    The Who - Tommy (DVD-A)

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    More Humble--no Frampton
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    Quote Originally Posted by george daniel View Post
    I had forgotten how good this LP is.IIRC, it was the next release following Aqualung. I was fortunate to see them on both tours,back in the day.This lp took us by surprise as it differed from the "standard" concert/record philisophy,and is/was considered a "conceptual" lp.

    and,, where was Biggles when you needed him last Saturday

    Max Quad--over and out
    This is one of my all time favorites. I have both the covers. The one that folds out like a newspaper and a couple that don't.

    The Thick as a Brick concert I attended was one of the best I've ever seen!

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    Ben Tankard

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    Quote Originally Posted by hearingimpared View Post
    This is one of my all time favorites. I have both the covers. The one that folds out like a newspaper and a couple that don't.

    The Thick as a Brick concert I attended was one of the best I've ever seen!
    Yessir,, I saw them in the early seventies and it is in my top 5 live concerts that I have attended.The memories really started "flowing" after I listened to it today.Just call me Max,,,,Max Quad.;):)
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    Christian Scott

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    Metallica -- Kill um All

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    ----- OOOOOOO nooooooooo -------It's JUDAS PRIEST ----hell bent for leather

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