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    John Prine - Bruised Orange (LP)

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    Kate Bush - The Kick Inside (LP - UK release)



    Kate Bush's debut album was released when she was 19 years old; she had written some of the songs when she was only 15. The album opens with whale song, which leads into the first track, "Moving", inspired by her dance teacher, Lindsay Kemp. "The Man with the Child in his Eyes" and "Wuthering Heights' on side one are stellar.

    Wonderful artist...great album.
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    Just some fun music for a Friday evening.

    Love Sade Tool, especially that pic of her on the horse :tongue:
    "The secret of happiness is freedom. The secret of freedom is courage." Thucydides

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    Electric Light Orchestra - A New World Record (LP)

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    Chilliwack's Greatest Hits.

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    Jimmy Buffett - One Particular Harbor (LP)

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    I can't get enough of this one:


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    Michael Franks

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    The thread about Blu-Ray audio discs made me want to hear this again:


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    Genesis - Genesis (LP)



    I am a HUGE Peter Gabriel fan...but for some reason I like the Phil Collins Genesis better than the Peter Gabriel Genesis.
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    Best Audiophile Voices-IV

    Livington Taylor-Isn't She Lovely
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    Sara Evans - No Place That Far



    Her sophomore album...and there is no sophomore slump with this one. On the title track the unmistakable voice of Vince Gill is immediately apparent...helping it to become the strongest cut on the CD. This album definitely continues with the "New Traditional Country" sound that Dwight Yoakam help her develop in her first album.

    The only thing missing is Sara singing to me in person in the place of the gear rack...

    This woman is HOT!

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    ^^^ Oh yeah, I LOVE Sara Evans!!!

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    Vince Gill - The Key



    After a getting a brief listen of Vince on the Sara Evans CD, I just had to pull one of his CDs off the rack and into the CDP. This is his best album IMO. "Next Big Thing" and "I Still Believe In You" are close behind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FTGV View Post
    Chilliwack's Greatest Hits.
    Canada + 80s = Chilliwack!

    I was playing exactly this the other day and my wife, who is not Canadian and hates pretty much everything I listen to, thought it was really good. This is probably a good find for those who haven't heard of the band before.

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    beer n' Sabbath

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    bwb-Rick Braun-Kirk Whalum-Norman Brown

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    I am enjoying some wine and rocking out, old school style with this one:



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    Look before you snicker. The prospect of a cutting-edge concert DVD from a '70s rocker who's mostly been MIA during the intervening decades might seem baffling to all but his staunchest fans. But Peter Frampton's particular 15 minutes of fame were rooted in his sturdy prowess as a live player, and that crowd-pleasing instinct kicks into gear quickly on Live in Detroit. The expatriate British guitarist, singer, and songwriter cheerfully admits that this well-shot, crisply recorded concert from Pine Knob amphitheater is banking on the lack of any video companion to his epochal live double album, Frampton Comes Alive, which broke sales records following its 1976 release. Accordingly, Detroit serves up a set list featuring the earlier set's high points and preserving the front man's affable, enthusiastic rapport.
    Those virtues won't entirely neutralize the initial shock of seeing the former rock heartthrob as he crowds 50. The shoulder-length locks that made him a poster boy (and supplied a then-chic androgyny) are gone, his hair now close- cropped and white, and he wears small wire-rim glasses that reinforce a comparatively clerical look, even in dark jeans and T-shirt. But when Frampton and his current quartet launch into old arena workhorses like "Baby (Something's Happening)," or signature hits like "Show Me the Way" and "Baby I Love Your Way," he shows his singing and lead guitar playing are both unchanged.

    In short, meat-and-potatoes musicianship, an eager-to-please affection for his audience, and that archetypal song book of '70s radio favorites all play to Frampton's strengths and to his audience's expectations, right up to those talkbox effects that sounded anachronistic until Cher dusted them off for her Europop-inflected comeback. For DVD music fans of a certain age, that translates to a canny mix of nostalgia and show-biz professionalism. --Sam Sutherland


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    Pine Knob Amphitheater is the setting for an unforgettable evening with legendary musician Peter Frampton. Hold onto your seat as he rocks the house with a fusion of old favorites, new hits and screaming guitar riffs that leave the audience breathless. It's Frampton at his boldest, brightest and very best! 101 minutes.
    Widescreen, enhanced for 16x9 TVs, 5.1 Dolby Digital, 5.1 DTS. Peter Frampton autobiography, discography, video interview.

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    I really like this one...


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    Patrick Leonard

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    YellowJackets

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    Vamp will get the dust off the woofers.



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    Paul Butterfield Blues Band "Keep on Movin'" recorded at the Hit Factory in New York.Elektra records.
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    beatles mono box set....

    now playing -- why don't we do it in the road....

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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    Kate Bush - The Kick Inside.....

    Wonderful artist...great album.
    I've been meaning to tell you I'm a Kate Bush fan. I have all her studio albums up to '89 on vinyl, along with two EP's, the compilation and some LP singles (including Cloudbusting, a 33 and a 45RPM pressing). My fav album of hers is



    Hounds of Love was her first album completed in the studio she had built.

    My fav cover is The Dreaming.

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    Meatloaf....Bat out of Hell...couldn't help it. Saw it skimmy the cd rack and haven't taken it out for a spin in awhile.

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    Phoenix, Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix, Special Edition 2 CD Import with the bonus remixed CD. An excellent recording!


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