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    I'm listening to a song I haven't heard in a dog's age. Most of you younger guys wouldn't remember this, I wouldn't imagine, but it's a good tune to me. Brings back memories of me as a young man fiddling with my rig not really knowing a damn thing about high fidelity audio.

    Spandau Ballet's "True".
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    Wilco (The Album), by... Wilco. Became a fan in the past few months. I'm digging it. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by treitz3 View Post
    I'm listening to a song I haven't heard in a dog's age. Most of you younger guys wouldn't remember this, I wouldn't imagine, but it's a good tune to me. Brings back memories of me as a young man fiddling with my rig not really knowing a damn thing about high fidelity audio.

    Spandau Ballet's "True".
    Fantastic song, I can still see the video( in my head that is)

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    Morcheeba And a little George Benson

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    Debbie Harry parallel lines, and Billy Joel 52nd st.
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by dfranks View Post
    Fantastic song, I can still see the video( in my head that is)
    Wow, I don't recall there being a video. I must be getting old.

    Decided to switch it up a bit and pluck out something else I haven't heard in a while. Skid Row's Slave to the Grind CD. I think I liked it better as a kid. :(

    Yeah, I liked it better as a youngin'. It's already out. How about some......hmmmmm, let's see.....Ah! Wild Cherry's........... Play that Funky Music

    Oh yeah, playin' LOUD baby!!! :D
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    Filter - Short Bus


    Man... i LOVE this album.

    I don't read the newsssspaperssss because dey aaaallllllllll...... have ugly print.

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    Talking Heads - Popular Favorites 1976-1992/Sand In the Vaseline

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    Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks

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    This album may not be Dylan's best album (definitely top 3 though)...but it has my favorite Dylan song...."Tangled Up in Blue".

    This SACD is an excellent recording.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    Talking Heads - Popular Favorites 1976-1992/Sand In the Vaseline

    Excellent, awesome set. I've played it maybe >25 times!

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    Jethro Tull's Greatest Hits and The Wallflowers Bringing down the Horse

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    Quote Originally Posted by John30_30 View Post
    OP was a monster! i just watched a video, i think it was 'music in the key of oscar'. highly reccomended! class act...reminds me of bb king...i think i'll listen to 'night train'....i'll put some extra pressure on the throttle, too;)

    does anybody know the album he did with anita o'day? just imagine!:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by hearingimpared View Post
    Excellent, awesome set. I've played it maybe >25 times!
    Song 16 (burnin down the house)I think was a demo for me to show off wattage:D many times.
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by tony millard View Post
    Song 16 (burnin down the house)I think was a demo for me to show off wattage:D many times.
    Yes indeed so have I as well as song 18, "This Must Be the Place (Naďve Melody)" to showcase subtle nuances and inner detail.

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    Jackson Browne - Solo Acoustic - Volumes 1 & 2



    Don't agree much with his politics (which permeates through his music) but I still am a huge fan of him as a musician.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    Jackson Browne - Solo Acoustic - Volumes 1 & 2



    Don't agree much with his politics (which permeates through his music) but I still am a huge fan of him as a musician.
    I wish more of his stuff was available here. He's just brilliant.

    I already liked a fair bit of the music you listen to Mike, but have broadened my range much wider thanks to your posts in this thread. That sounds like a cliche....lol
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    Ozzy; Live At Budokan

    - I also just listened to Black Sabbath; Paranoid and it's really stunning how advanced Ozzy's speech impediment has become since then. "Sex, Drugs & Rock and Roll" sure sounds fun until the reality of hitting your 50's sets in!
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    Sly & the Family Stone - Stand!



    Damn good funk music!

    Thanks for planting the seed Brock.
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    Love that stuff, that Funky stuff, oh yea!!!
    I get my funk on once in a while too.



    For now though it's..

    Norah Jones , two older cds..
    Pawn shop purchases, 1.00 a piece:D
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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    Sly & the Family Stone - Stand!



    Damn good funk music!

    Thanks for planting the seed Brock.
    I always loved Sly & the Family Stone. However you could never count on him showing up for his concerts. I went to see him three times back in the day and he only showed up once. Bummer as it was, the concert he did show up for was absolutely one of the most enjoyable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tony millard View Post
    Love that stuff, that Funky stuff, oh yea!!!
    I get my funk on once in a while too.



    For now though it's..

    Norah Jones , two older cds..
    Pawn shop purchases, 1.00 a piece
    :D
    Nice snag. Are they the ones that she did more bluesy stuff?

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    Kapena and then a little of the Peter Moon band....

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    Quote Originally Posted by arun1963 View Post
    I wish more of his stuff was available here. He's just brilliant.

    I already liked a fair bit of the music you listen to Steve, but have broadened my range much wider thanks to your posts in this thread. That sounds like a cliche....lol
    Corrected. Really, really, sorry and :o'd about that boo boo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hearingimpared
    I always loved Sly & the Family Stone. However you could never count on him showing up for his concerts. I went to see him three times back in the day and he only showed up once. Bummer as it was, the concert he did show up for was absolutely one of the most enjoyable.
    Yeah...but don't the truly talented/gifted artists usually move to "the beat of a different drummer"? It's often that eccentricity and unpredictablity that allows them to do and create stuff that's beyond the norm.

    Quote Originally Posted by arun1963
    Corrected. Really, really, sorry and :o'd about that boo boo.
    No problem. I knew what you meant.
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