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    Brian Stoltz - East of Rampart Street
    2003 - Long Overdue Recordings

    Some funky az N'awlinz blues.
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    Popa Chubby - The good, the bad, and the chubby
    Blind Pig - 2002

    We've seen Chubby a couple of times live and thoroughly enjoyed it. This one captures the feel of his live stuff very well.
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    Supertramp- Crime of the Century LP
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    Carpenters...Greatest hits...For some reason, Karen Carpenter singing Masquerade just flat out gives me goose bumps.

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    ZZ Top - sharp dressed man on Joe FM
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeTim View Post
    Carpenters...Greatest hits...For some reason, Karen Carpenter singing Masquerade just flat out gives me goose bumps.
    Karen Carpenter could have sung "Three Blind Mice" and given me goosebumps!

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    Siouxsie & The Banshee's- Hyaena



    Broadening the eclectically experimental landscape of 1982's Kiss in the Dream House with the occasional string arrangement and a spacious sound mix, Siouxsie and the Banshees' Geffen debut nicely bridges the gap between the band's handful of more-punk-than-pop early releases and their run of new wave, radio-friendly hits from the late '80s and early '90s. And though echoes of classic albums like Kaleidoscope and JuJu are heard in dark and menacing tracks such as "Bring Me the Head of the Preacher Man" and "Blow Your House Down," the emphasis here is on layered arrangements and pop tunes disguised as art-house production numbers ("Dazzle"); tasteful horn and keyboard parts expand the group's guitar-dominated sound and provide Siouxsie with an airy and dreamlike backdrop in which to fully display her considerable vocal talents. Siouxsie further refines things by also including a generous share of fleet and gothic-tinged pop numbers like "Belladonna," "Running Town," and the band's hit cover of "Dear Prudence." Anchored by the signature sound of Steven Severin's guitar-like bass and Budgie's exotically adept percussion work, Hyaena qualifies as one of Siouxsie and the Banshees' finest moments.

    Everyone needs a Siouxsie cd in their collection.

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    Mobile Fidelity SACD - Marshall Crenshaw


    Nice karma gift from Jesse!

    I'd liken this to a 'happy' Joe Jackson album - where Joe was an angst/angry artist, Marshall is happier :)

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    This is one S.F. 70's band I can still enjoy- especially with Spring rolling in. You youngsters who never heard of them owe it to yourselves to give 'em a listen.


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    One Republic from www.grooveshark.com. I'm really liking a lot of their music!
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    AFI- dember underground

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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9 View Post
    Everyone needs a Siouxsie cd in their collection.

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    Agreed and agreed. I feel that they are criminally underrated.
    I never had it like this where I grew up. But I send my kids here because the fact is you go to one of the best schools in the country: Rushmore. Now, for some of you it doesn't matter. You were born rich and you're going to stay rich. But here's my advice to the rest of you: Take dead aim on the rich boys. Get them in the crosshairs and take them down. Just remember, they can buy anything but they can't buy backbone. Don't let them forget it. Thank you.Herman Blume - Rushmore

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    Had the day off today - decided to pop in some blu-ray concerts and relax with a cold one...or two...

    Listening to John Mayer "Into the Light".

    Geez...what a pompous duffus he his, but good golly that guy can play the geetar!

    Love the set with just the trio: guitar, bass, & drums - the cover of Hendrix's "Wait til Tomorow" is KICKIN'!

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    SRV & Double Trouble (SACD) - Texas Flood

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    At this very moment?

    Tune wise, nothing, nada. Sometimes it is just good to have the rig turned off and listen to other sounds, like the rain hitting the roof at this very moment.

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    Those damned cockaroaches in my sock drawer are singing again. Sounds like an old Barry Manilow tune.....my ears are starting to hurt and the roaches don't speak English so my furious screams to stop have gone unheeded.......stay tuned

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    Quote Originally Posted by mizthuphee View Post
    SRV & Double Trouble (SACD) - Texas Flood
    Now you are talking. The heavy vinyl version is awesome.

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    Camel : Camel. There's actually someone else here who listen to this band :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hillbilly61 View Post
    At this very moment?

    Tune wise, nothing, nada. Sometimes it is just good to have the rig turned off and listen to other sounds, like the rain hitting the roof at this very moment.
    I agree to that. Veeeerrrry sooooothhhhing indeed.


    But I just bought a womans' deceaced brothers' CD collection of about 60+
    ...classic rock like Led, Eagles, Aerosmith, Leonard Skynard Elton John, Billy Joel and a whole lot more.I have yet to look at them all. It was four plastic bags with alot in each one.I'll post here later which ones I play.;)
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    NPR 89.0-2 WWNO-FM HD radio classical music on my new Polk Audio I-Sonic ES2. Sounds wonderful!
    I see several available on Polk Direct. Every Polkie just has to have one or two. They make a great gift too.
    Best $250.00 spent in audio.
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    Well there were 101 CDs all together and he really loved the Kinks, Rolling stones and the Byrds. About 20 Kinks, 12 Rolling Stones, and 10 Byrds I think.

    There was even a Dire Straights, Brothers in arms disc. I didn't have that one , only their greatest hits or something. This is a DDD disc so I'm about to be blown away over what I thought I had.

    I think I paid 35.00 for them.It was early in the morn. and I bought alot more later today.It could've been 25.00 but I think not.. There was one in there that still had 10.00 on the case. Quite a collection of some I didn't have so I'm happy.

    I still want SACD's though...The search continues.: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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    "He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you." Friedrich Nietzsche

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    Quote Originally Posted by tony millard View Post
    Well there were 101 CDs all together and he really loved the Kinks, Rolling stones and the Byrds. About 20 Kinks, 12 Rolling Stones, and 10 Byrds I think.

    There was even a Dire Straights, Brothers in arms disc. I didn't have that one , only their greatest hits or something. This is a DDD disc so I'm about to be blown away over what I thought I had.

    I think I paid 35.00 for them.It was early in the morn. and I bought alot more later today.It could've been 25.00 but I think not.. There was one in there that still had 10.00 on the case. Quite a collection of some I didn't have so I'm happy.

    I still want SACD's though...The search continues.:D
    Looks like you hit the jackpot. Well done!

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    Jimmy Buffett - Banana Wind


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    Quote Originally Posted by xcapri79 View Post
    Looks like you hit the jackpot. Well done!
    Not too bad since I didn't have hardly a one of these.;)I had NO kinks and only 1 Byrds.

    Man that Brothers in arms cd is GREAT! what dynamics it has!!!!
    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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    Spinning vinyl. Currently it's Jethro Tull, Aqualung LP.

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    Nanci Griffith - The MCA Years: A Retrospective



    A damn good album that I haven't listened to in quite a while. Not your run of the mill performer...but I like her a lot.
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    Cat Mother and the Allnight Newsboys.

    Thanks to George!

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    Zoviet France - Shouting at the Ground.
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