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    blues traveller

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    Listening to Bob Seger in the car on the way to school. Man I wish I'd hurry up and get some amps for my car set up. :(
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    David Ruffin (from the Temptations)...........D. Ruffin at his Best (old school to get me going on this 45 degree day. Getting chilly out there.
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    Vince Gill - When Love Finds You
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    The Allman Brothers Band - Legendary Hits
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    2 live crew - get naked :D

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    Dire Straits - Making Movies, one of the band's finest works
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    Pinetop Perkins - Pinetop's Boogie

    Amazing SQ!
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    Animusic..the original, just about to repeat playing the same disc for the 3rd time.
    Denon #2900, Denon stereo receiver, Conrad Johnson Sonographe 120 amp, Blue Jeans cables, and Klipsch RF-7's

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    311 - Greatest Hits

    Some Diana Krall to follow and might close this bitch up with some DSOTM

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    Having myself a Led Zeppelin marathon.
    "SOME PEOPLE CALL ME MAURICE,
    CAUSE I SPEAK OF THE POMPITIOUS OF LOVE"

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    Thats the best kind of marathon.

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    Sting-The soul cages.
    One of his darkest recording and one of his best.

    Dark angels follow me...over a godless sea...Mountains of endless falling, for all my days remaining.....
    SRT For Life; SDA Forever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ESAVINON
    Sting-The soul cages.
    One of his darkest recording and one of his best.
    +1, excellent sound quality to boot.

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    My neighbors #$^@%^(@# leaf blower @ 20:00!

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    In the changer tonight....

    James Gang - Thirds
    Duran Duran - Greatest
    Alison Krauss and Union Station - Live
    Jackson Browne - Looking East
    Stevie Wonder - Definitive Collection
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    Back from the mountains of Asheville , N.C. with some new(old) vinyl.
    Al Dimeola- "Splendido Hotel" then on to Chet Baker-"You can't go home again" Dimeola is of course Dimeola but dammit if Chet wasn't the shiznitz on trumpet...fine stuff to unwind to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAGLJAM6
    Back from the mountains of Asheville , N.C. with some new(old) vinyl.
    I'm heading that way in a couple of weeks. Going to do the Biltmore Candlelight Christmas Tour and stay at the Grove Park Inn for a couple of nights. There is a great shop in the area (Audio Incorporated) that carries B&W, Vienna Acoustics, Sonus Faber, Paradigm, REL, Bryston, Krell, Arcam, McIntosh, and a few more. I will definitely have to get by there. Probably too cold for golf by the time we get there (but you never know with the heat wave we've been having). The Mountains of Western NC and East TN are a great place to visit this time of year.
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    I LOVE the guitar in Bob Seger's Like A Rock!!
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    Finding Neverland Soundtrack.
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    Finally, an excellent LP of: "Organ Grinder Swing" - The incredible Jimmy Smith featuring Kenny Burrell and Grady Tate.
    The CD of this was one of the SRT demos during the Polk tour bought that and now i'm enjoying it on vinyl. Jimmy absolutely rocks on this and Burrell does some of his best session work.

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    Romp
    Chris Duarte Group
    Rounder Records 2003

    In your face Texas blues/rock with his Coltrane roots mixed in smoothly. This guy plays with the complete abandon of Hendrix and can ride a tone that would make SRV grin ear to ear.
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    Warming up already, eh Mike?

    Spinning a little Joe Jackson (the Jackson I can play at F1's place) tonite modestly cranked. Actually spinning a lot as the release is his dbl disc complilation:
    "This is It - The A&M Years 1979 - 1989"

    Very good stuff.... really all the JJ you need, but you may well want more...

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    Jackson Browne - Solo Acoustic Vol. 1
    2005

    An intimately personal feeling is rendered between artist and listener in these live recordings, featuring Browne's haunting and challenging lyrics with only his own guitar and piano work as accompaniment. His self-effacing candor and humor with the audience is delightful and proves what we fans always knew -- he's a bright and personable individual with something to say and a heartfelt respect for this earth and all its citizens.

    His tasteful slide work on "Your Bright Baby Blues" and powerful piano work on "For A Dancer" are the standout performances for me. But, there's not a bad cut on the album. Highly recommended!

    1. The Barricades of Heaven
    2. These Days
    3. The Birds of St. Marks
    4. Fountain of Sorrow
    5. Your Bright Baby Blues
    6. For A Dancer
    7. Too Many Angels
    8. For Everyman
    9. Lives In The Balance
    10. Looking East
    11. The Pretender
    12. Take It Easy
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    Randall Bramblett - Thin Places
    2004 - New West Records

    Soul, pop, jazz and blues expertly woven through the musings of a true American poet and storyteller. Randall has his finger on the pulse of the human condition, dancing slowly (madly at times) on the edge of despair while hope, love, faith and compassion anchor him solidly from sliding.

    His B3 fills throughout this album are exquisite. Edging a bit more toward the jazzy side of his talents than the marvelous "No More Mr. Lucky", this release is so well arranged and entertaining that you'll just say "WOW" and spin it again.

    Keep 'em coming, Randall! And, thanks to Dave James for the introduction to this unique talent!
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    Relentless
    Ruf Records 2003
    I've been a huge Walter Trout fan for years, but I'd never heard this import. WOW! He really brings home the bacon in this release. His power with the guitar is palpable and, as the title suggests, relentless. Highly reminiscent of SRV and Double Trouble after the addition of Reese Wyans on B3. But, Walter also shows his polish on a couple of tracks playing acoustic lead.

    There's not a track worth skipping on this one. Highly recommended!

    1. I'm Tired
    2. The Life I Chose
    3. Jericho Read
    4. Work No More
    5. Talk To Ya
    6. Cry If You Want To
    7. Chatroom Girl
    8. My Heart Is True
    9. Lonely Tonight
    10. Helpin' Hand
    11. Collingswood
    12. Empty Eyes
    13. The Best You Got
    14. Mercy
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    Buddy Guy - "Bring 'Em In"

    I bought this one at the suggestion of F1nut, and it's been a pleasant surprise. Critics have panned it for being "the last throws of a blues elder statesman" which, BTW is horse****. Buddy has got his groove on solid and covers some material even he thought he never could/would. At 69, he still has the sweetly unique vocal range that has always made him a standout. And, no one can match his tone up and down the neck of a Strat -- including his "buddy" EC. Buddy made his mark, from the ground up in Chicago, covering Top 40 juke hits to keep bread on the table. He can still cover anyone -- from the Beatles to Curtis Mayfield -- and this album showcases that talent in a thoroughly listenable manner.
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    Mem Shannon - "Memphis In The Morning"
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    Released May 8, 2001


    Imagine the vocal stylings of Riley B. King and Brook Benton rolled into one. Then back that magic with solid, soulful, funky arrangements and you've got an album I rate as a "must have" for you blues lovers. His cover of King's "Why I Sing the Blues" is without equal in the genre, and the only non-original track.

    1. Drowning On My Feet Listen Now
    2. Why I Sing The Blues
    3. Memphis In The Morning Listen Now
    4. S.U.V. Listen Now
    5. Invisible Man
    6. Tired Arms
    7. I Smell Something
    8. You Belong To Him
    9. I Love The Way You Love
    10. Unconditional Love
    11. Shake Up The Floor
    12. Doing The Best That I Can
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    Mem Shannon - Spend Some Time With Me
    (Shanachie 9013)
    Released February 16, 1999 (Fat Tuesday)


    1. Who Are They
    2. Paying My Dues
    3. Not My Friend
    4. Don't Talk About My Mama Listen Now
    5. The Last Time I Was Here (Millenium Blues) Listen Now
    6. Pray for the Children
    7. Dirty Dishes
    8. A Certain Shade of Blue
    9. Spend Some Time with Me
    10. Mother's Love
    11. Born in the Time
    12. No Such Thing (My Humble Opinion: 2nd Movement)

    Blues, as a unique American art form, can be so much more than tales of the down and out, or laments about love gone bad. It takes a unique talent and Mem Shannon is in full possesion of such a talent.

    Born and raised in New Orleans, Mem Shannon stirs the saucy spice of The Big Easy into a rich gumbo of personal experience, pointed social observation, and unabashed love for music -- on a burner stoked with funk. Whether in his recordings or a live set playlist, you'll be hearing 99% original material from one of the very best songwriters in the genre. Couple that with a voice that ranges from pure silk to gravel and growl, and guitar licks all his own, and you've got a contemporary, triple threat artist with few peers.

    If this album won't get your ass shakin', your ass is broken!
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    Eric Bibb - Painting Signs
    (Hatman - 2005)

    I first caught up with Eric live as an opener for Robert Cray in the summer of 2001. He's a hard act to follow and Cray brought him back for three duets at the end of his set--mesmerizing!

    Bibb has "a voice to die for" and is so firmly in touch with his musical roots (gospel, blues, jazz, folk and rock) that he transitions from one to the next seamlessly with exquisite acoustic guitar stylings. This release, IMO, best showcases that versatility.

    Although born and raised in NYC into a famous musical family, Eric had to go to Europe (and co-found his own record label, Manhaton Records) to find the artistic freedom with his studio sessions that he needed. He's toured the world and amassed a huge following of loyal fans. But, his US tour dates are often infrequent. You can catch him from now through Thanksgiving touring with John Mayall and Robben Ford, mostly in university venues. Catch him if you can.
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