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    Blue Man Group: Audio (Dvd-A)
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    "Art Pepper meets The Rhythm Section" very clean remaster, good stuff too!

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    Martin Scorcese presents THe Blues

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    9/11 - WE WILL NEVER FORGET!! (<---<<click)
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    ahhh
    "If there's a bustle in your hedgerow
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    It's just a spring clean for the May Queen"

    that should say enough. been hooked on Led Zeppelin lately. Nothing wrong with that I guess.

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    Richerd Elliot - CRUSH

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    Jackson Browne - Late For the Sky THE BEST of all of the Jackson Browne albums (and I have them all). Eight songs, 40 min. 48 sec. of music and I am NEVER tempted to hit the remote to skip a single second. It is that good IMO and one of my top 5 albums of all time.

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    Default For Everyman

    +1 for LFTS, but this one is such a close second that it's a photo finish.
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    I don't know guys....I'd have to give "Everyman" the nod but agree that both are stellar albums.
    IMO they contain some of the finest songs ever written by anyone from the Baby Boom generation.....



    Well Iíve been out walking
    I donít do that much talking these days
    These days--
    These days I seem to think a lot
    About the things that I forgot to do
    For you
    And all the times I had the chance to

    And I had a lover
    Itís so hard to risk another these days
    These days--
    Now if I seem to be afraid
    To live the life I have made in song
    Well itís just that Iíve been losing so long

    Iíll keep on moving
    Things are bound to be improving these days
    These days--
    These days I sit on corner stones
    And count the time in quarter tones to ten, my friend
    Donít confront me with my failures
    I had not forgotten them

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    Default Right now?

    While I type this.....

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    My weedwacker and mower, but later on today.............The Mothers. A sacriledge not to around this house on Mothers Day.

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    Default Re: For Everyman

    Originally posted by BlueMDPicker
    +1 for LFTS, but this one is such a close second that it's a photo finish.
    Yes, For Everyman is also a great album but I have it being edged out to 3rd place by Jackson's debut album...but hey...put any one of the three in the CDP and I'm good to go!
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    John Prine - The Missing Years

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    3-6 Mafia--- Choices 2 (Da Soundtrack)

    These guy started out local in Memphis, and now they have gone nationwide musically. Once you are in the Source magazine: it is safe to say that you have made it big in hip hop.
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    hip who..?

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    Alice in Chains--UNPLUGGED

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    Emerson, Lake and Palmer - The Atlantic Years
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    Thumbs up Wonderful compilation set...

    Preserved much of the order of tracks on releases like "Tarkus"...

    ELP recorded some of the most beautiful and powerful 70's rock.

    "From the Beginning", "Lucky Man" and "Still... You Turn Me On" are three of the former.

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    Agree with Tour:

    "ELP recorded some of the most beautiful and powerful 70's rock.

    "From the Beginning", "Lucky Man" and "Still... You Turn Me On" are three of the former."

    Currently listening to...Neil Young - Live Rust

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    for the past few weeks it has been more rock and rap for me..
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    Default Re: Right now?

    Originally posted by BobMcG
    While I type this.....

    the goo goo dolls - dizzy up the girl

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    Originally posted by beardog03
    hip who..?
    HIP HOP.

    Jay-z, 50 cent, Eminem, Nelly, etc. That is another name for the type of music they make. Rap a.k.a. Hip Hop. It is another name for the rap music gender.:)
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    Originally posted by ntculenuff
    beastie boys
    I broke out the old "License to Ill" cd this weekend. I love "Brass Monkey" and "The New Style". I played this baby so loud the old lady almost wanted to kick my a$$.;)
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    Originally posted by Frank Z
    This has been playing non-stop on my system.
    Did I seriously just listen to that whole thing? Man, that's gay...
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    Originally posted by landry_p2000
    HIP HOP.

    Jay-z, 50 cent, Eminem, Nelly, etc. That is another name for the type of music they make. Rap a.k.a. Hip Hop. It is another name for the rap music gender.:)
    rap is not hip-hop

    hip hop had depth and meaning... rap is a big marketing ploy

    as for the topic goes

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    That is bull****. Rap and hip hop are one in the same. Both are part of my culture. Rap is what hip hop artist do in there music. Hip hop is a style of rap.
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    hip hop was first.

    hip hop sounds more educated anyways.... nelly isn't, was, or never will be a hip hop artist.

    when i think of rap i think of TV and stupid video's, cars and jewelry... which is unforutnate.

    rap stemmed from hip-hop.

    i guess if rap would come off from more of an educated standpoint (not saying it's stupid) i guess i could change my opinion.

    don't get me wrong... i like rap... but man rap artists now can't be put in the same boat as ones 10-15 years ago. there was still originaliity then...


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