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    Football via HD OTA.

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    Chris Isaak - Heart Shaped World

    Saw him on Austin City Limits last night and just had to break out the CD.

    Forever Blue is up next with my favorite Isaak track... "Somebody's Crying".
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    for the ride in today:

    Wishbone Ash - Live dates

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    Originally posted by Billm57
    for the ride in today:

    Wishbone Ash - Live dates
    Ah, you old fart! :p

    Way cool! Another blast from the past. I have "Argus" on vinyl but haven't listened to it in years.
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    How to Dismantle and Atomic Bomb.

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    Sade - Greatest Hits ( Relaxing and Smooth) Day is going by fast.
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    Originally posted by BlueMDPicker
    Ah, you old fart! :p

    Way cool! Another blast from the past. I have "Argus" on vinyl but haven't listened to it in years.
    Wishbone Ash is an all but forgotten, great band. One of the few to feature twin lead guitarists.

    "Live Dates" is one of my few radio station winnings. Also won a pair of tickets to see them in an old downtown Cleveland movie theater, circa winter of '73-'74. Great show... Opening act was some new guy out of NJ named Spingsteen or something... wonder whatever became of him? :D

    There's an excellent 2-disc WA compilation out... "Time Was/ The Wishbone Ash Collection".

    Listening to some new arrivals today:
    The James Gang - "Live in Concert"
    It's pretty much the "... Rides Again" song line-up. After some strained opening vocals by my boy, Joe, this disc really warms up. Joe's guitar playing is very strong, maybe his zenith, and much "bluesier" than anything else I've heard from him. Some extended, improvised solos in about half the tracks make this one worth a buy... if you're into Joe.

    Leon Russell - "... and the Shelter People"
    Another one of the "lost tapes" (lost due to age) from my college days has now been replaced. Pretty much the quintessential Leon release. Memories of it were a little better than the reality, but the reality ain't bad so I am glad that I found and bought it.
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    Originally posted by BlueMDPicker
    Ah, you old fart! :p

    Way cool! Another blast from the past. I have "Argus" on vinyl but haven't listened to it in years.
    Argus is great..it was re-released in remastered form on cd not too long ago BTW

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    Originally posted by Tour2ma
    Wishbone Ash is an all but forgotten, great band. One of the few to feature twin lead guitarists.

    "Live Dates" is one of my few radio station winnings. Also won a pair of tickets to see them in an old downtown Cleveland movie theater, circa winter of '73-'74. Great show... Opening act was some new guy out of NJ named Spingsteen or something... wonder whatever became of him? :D

    There's an excellent 2-disc WA compilation out... "Time Was/ The Wishbone Ash Collection".

    Listening to some new arrivals today:
    The James Gang - "Live in Concert"
    It's pretty much the "... Rides Again" song line-up. After some strained opening vocals by my boy, Joe, this disc really warms up. Joe's guitar playing is very strong, maybe his zenith, and much "bluesier" than anything else I've heard from him. Some extended, improvised solos in about half the tracks make this one worth a buy... if you're into Joe.

    Leon Russell - "... and the Shelter People"
    Another one of the "lost tapes" (lost due to age) from my college days has now been replaced. Pretty much the quintessential Leon release. Memories of it were a little better than the reality, but the reality ain't bad so I am glad that I found and bought it.
    Love James Gang..
    BTW Wishbone Ash played here in Chicago at House Of Blues a few years back
    I didnt get to go but i was able to hear a stream of the show back when the HOB site actually had concert streams on thier website ..they sounded great for a bunch of old guys

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    pink floyd...The Final Cut....digitally remastered version. Their best album by far.............

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    Dream Theater - 'Awake'
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    Last night was Derek And The Dominos - Layla - SACD (Thanks to my friend Jesse). EXCELLENT!

    Tonight, I'm getting in the Christmas spirit...

    Handel's Messiah performed by the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and The Stockholm Bach Choir - Anders Ohrwall - Conductor. A SACD by FIM (First Impressions Music). This is one of the finest recorded pieces of music I own. Start with one of the greatest works of music ever written, performed by truly world class musicians/vocalists and re-mastered extremely well as a SACD. It is a unique disc in many ways. Every time I hear the Hallelujah (Chorus) cold chills run down my spine.


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    Bright Eyes: Lifted or The Story Is In The Soil, Keep Your Ear To The Ground

    Took a few listenings for it to sink in, but since it has it is one of my favorites - Pretty powerful lyrics for someone his age. Helps if you put yourself in the right frame of mind before listening!

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    The Inner Mounting Flame-Mahavishnu Orchestra
    for the "happy" commmute in today

    and now at work with Velvet Revolver on

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    Originally posted by shack
    Last night was Derek And The Dominos - Layla - SACD (Thanks to my friend Jesse). EXCELLENT!

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    I love the version of Little Wing on that one with the late great Duane Allman

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    Originally posted by Billm57
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    That's John McLoughlin and the....
    Toss up for me between "IMF" and "Birds of Fire" as their best...

    Redid the Leon Russell this AM... More of the old qualities came out 2nd time around. Have to upgrade this one to a worthy buy...

    Took a little Jackson detour... as in JJ's "Rhythm Nation" and the expanded reissue of MJ's "Thriller". Me likee....

    Now up, Bela Fleck and the Flecktones' "Three Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest"... great stuff...
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    Kenny Waye Sheppards new one. rocking!!!!
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    Steve Vai....The Ultra Zone

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    Nirvana - With The Lights Out


    The Postal Service - Give Up

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    surfen the FM bands and the 2B's are doing a great job.
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    Originally posted by Tour2ma
    That's John McLoughlin and the....
    Toss up for me between "IMF" and "Birds of Fire" as their best...

    same here..like them both pretty much equally
    speaking of John McLaughlin I am listening to :
    Miles Davis-In a Silent Way Sessions today
    Althought this was the predecessor to Bitches Brew I like this one much more

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    What Are You Listening To?

    my wife bitchin at me to turn it down

    i'm scaring the friggin dog

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    Decided to go with a trio of county ladies tonight....Not everyones favorites here I know...but there is something about a southern girl's voice that can charm the pants off of a southern guy...like me....

    Sugarland - Twice The Speed of Life - Jennifer Nettles is a relative newcommer from Atlanta that has a pure southern voice that I can listen to for hours.

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    Motown - Michael McDonald

    Great sounding disc featuring great performances from the ex-lead singer of the Doobie Brothers.

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    Requiem for a dream soundtrack...

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    this thread will last forever and ever

    these last few weeks i have needed some energy with the long hours of retail and i think the customer masses are gettin to me

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