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    Lee Gates and the Alabama Cotton Kings
    Music Maker Relief Foundation - LG100

    Another "unknown" starving artist with buckets of talent, found and fostered by the Music Maker Foundation, Lee has an unrelenting drive to his guitar work and a voice built for the blues.

    This album, Lee's first, was recorded in three hours and has the "get down and get it" feel of a live set. If you enjoy an artist that can leave you breathless and wishing the album had twice as many tracks, this is for you. If you're in the Milwaukee area, you can catch up with Lee and the group live at local venues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueMDPicker

    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
    Blue, you out-drew me on this one. I had planned on doing this album on the Part II thread (but it sort of disintegrated). As a Jackson Browne fan I thought this might be just another compilation album with nothing new. To date I have his entire catalog sans compilations. I bought this one and am glad I did. The music is great. I'm not so fond of all the crowd noise and intros. For that stuff I would rather see the video like with VH-1's "Storytellers" series.
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    Not unlike "Running On Empty" which (correct me if I'm wrong) was his last live release and its rock concert vibe (totally cool and contemporaneous), this offering has the feel to me (still totally cool and contemporaneous) of fans that have followed and matured with him for decades. I enjoy the crowd interaction and insights into these tunes he provides with the intros. His narrative regarding a fan call-out for "Peaceful Easy Feeling" made me laugh outloud.
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    And here I thought Mike had just deleted all of his Mk II posts. Seems they moved here... either that or he's speed listening today...
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    jimmy buffett's margaritaville. now i need me a frozen concoction to help me hang on.

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    Matisyahu - King Without a Crown: some new jewish reggae singer.

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    Default Christmas music

    I just picked up a CD by the Transsiberian orchestra called "The Lost Christmas Eve". The music is more rock with Electric guitar than classical. It kind of reminds me of Meat Loaf type music. I would defintely recommend it for anyone looking for some new and somewhat different Christmas music from the usual fare.
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    Johnny A. - "Get Inside"

    A guitar player's guitar player. A few covers, mostly original, rock/jazz/blues fusion instrumental album. His arrangement of "The Wind Cries Mary" is inventive and highly enjoyable (with some funk in the back beat.) Good stuff.
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    New pick ups from the music store:

    The Rolling Stones-"Let it Bleed" and "Exile On Main St."
    Johnny Cash-"American III:Solitary Man"
    Kenny Burrell/Jimmy Smith-"Blue Bash!"
    Jimmy Smith-"Root Down-Jimmy Smith Live!"

    I'm more than a little impressed with how really good the last few Cash albums are. The Stones cds just screamed to be added to the library, been years since i've had a good sit down listen to both of these albums.
    If nothing else i've got something to carry me through the holiday weekend as far as tuneage...

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    Frank Zappa - theme from the third movement of sinister footwear. from the album You Are What You is
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    Stephen Stills - Man Alive
    TITAN / PYRAMID - Catalog No.: 501022
    Release Date: Aug 9 2005


    Stephen Stills' first solo release since 1991, and that CD is so obscure that even many Stills fans aren't aware that it exists...Stills Alone. I have and like it, but obviously it was not a hugh commercial success. Before that you have to go back to the first two Self titled albums and Manassas from 1970, 1971 and 1972 respectively to find Stills at his best. It has been a long dry spell for Stephen between "good" solo efforts. He occasionally did some work with CSN but I really don't know where he has been. Whatever it was he has put together a very good effort in 2005. He still has excellent guitar skills and his acoustic work is as good as ever. The voice is showing the effects of years of the "rock and roll lifestyle" but soul is still there in fingers. There are several very good cuts and a few so-so efforts but overall the album is pretty good...especially if you are a Stills or CSN(Y) fan. Some of his old pals show up on the album...Neil Young, Graham Nash, Russ Kunkel and Herbie Hancock.

    1 Ain't It Always
    2 Feed the People
    3 Hearts Gate
    4 'Round the Bend
    5 I Don't Get It
    6 Around Us
    7 Ole Man Trouble
    8 Different Man
    9 Piece of Me
    10 Wounded World
    11 Drivin' Thunder
    12 Acadienne
    13 Spanish Suite
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    Elvis Presley - Great Country Songs.

    It's been too long since I've had this CD out. Lots of great songs.

    Some of my favorites:
    There Goes My Everything
    Kentucky Rain
    From A Jack To a King
    Make the World Go Away
    You Asked Me To
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    Buddy Guy's cover of "Five Long Years" from "Damn Right I Have the Blues". Oh yeah!
    Followed by his cover of Wison Pickett's "Mustang Sally" -- back-to-back blues with a feeling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueMDPicker
    Buddy Guy's cover of "Five Long Years" from "Damn Right I Have the Blues". Oh yeah!
    Followed by his cover of Wison Pickett's "Mustang Sally" -- back-to-back blues with a feeling.
    great album! Jeff Beck playing on Mustang Sally is worth the price alone!

    i'm listening to muddy waters...live at mr kelly's...transfered from LP to CD by madmax... :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by sda2mike
    ..transfered from LP to CD by madmax... :D
    LOL! When I first met madmax, he thought I was nuts (which I am, by the way) for making CDs of the 2000+ LPs I have here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueMDPicker
    LOL! When I first met madmax, he thought I was nuts (which I am, by the way) for making CDs of the 2000+ LPs I have here!
    you'd have to be nutso! :D it's quite a laborious process, but, to me well worth it! the results blow away the LPs!

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    Al Di Meola - Casino
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    Excellent remaster by Vic Anesini from the original analog tapes. Al's arrangement and execution of Chick Corea's "Senor Mouse" is a complete brain massage. Breathtaking, on-the-fly transitions from straight-up electric to synthesized guitar. He does his own drums/percussion on "Fantasia Suite For Two Guitars" to accompany an excellent blend of acoustic guitar and mandolin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueMDPicker
    Al Di Meola - Casino
    Columbia Jazz Contemporary Masters Series

    Excellent remaster by Vic Anesini from the original analog tapes. Al's arrangement and execution of Chick Corea's "Senor Mouse" is a complete brain massage. Breathtaking, on-the-fly transitions from straight-up electric to synthesized guitar. He does his own drums/percussion on "Fantasia Suite For Two Guitars" to accompany an excellent blend of acoustic guitar and mandolin.
    Blue on a Dimeola roll!!!! Mike, look for a vinyl copy of "Splendido hotel" I found one in Asheville used but clean....another sizzler.

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    Al Dimeola is a favorite.

    The Snaggs-Hot Tomato-Local band with the pop sensibilities of the Beatles and Cheap Trick. Lush female vocals by Holland Zander (daughter of Cheap Tricks Robin Zander). Crunching guitar riffs, a Zaney (Sideshow Bob lookalike, from the Simpsons) bass player, solid drums. More in the style of the power pop formula. They have their own take on songs by Depeche Mode, Led Zep, Beatles and of course a few Cheap Trick songs along with many many originals. IMO, they are on the verge of being discovered and going national. Very enjoyable to see live and a very enjoyable locally/self produced CD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DAGLJAM6
    Blue on a Dimeola roll!!!! Mike, look for a vinyl copy of "Splendido hotel" I found one in Asheville used but clean....another sizzler.
    Hehe! I'm listening to it right now! Not a vinyl copy, but from the same Columbia Jazz remastered series on CD. I also picked up "Elegant Gypsy", "Electric Rendevous" and "The Infinite Desire" (which is amazing).
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    Whop Frazier - Bathtub Blues
    1997, Barn Yard Blues 001

    Been awhile since I've spun this selection by the DC area boogie/blues bassist. Glad I did! A rollicking, juke joint feel with rock solid performances and vocals throughout. Also features local session players Vince Evans and John Osmond on piano and organ respectively. Guitarists Vince Evans and Greg Dunn exchange chops on "Hush, Hush - A Tribute to Jimmy Reed" that you wish could go on forever.
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    A great one here, Susan Tedeschi- " Hope and Desire" . Don't have it? , get it. Not a bad one on it. Attention those of you in a "slump" , needing a new direction, here it is you get Soul/Blues/R&B/Folk the whole shabang!
    Scary good vocals and excellent musicianship in droves....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueMDPicker
    Whop Frazier - Bathtub Blues

    Guitarists Vince Evans and Greg Dunn exchange chops on "Hush, Hush - A Tribute to Jimmy Reed" that you wish could go on forever.
    How's that first name pronounced?

    I know Hush, Hush... The Siegel-Schwall Band recorded an 11+ minute version for their '71 self-titled release. It is a live track as I recall.

    With almost 2" of rain here today and more coming Riders on the Storm seems appropriate here right now...

    I really was never a fan of The Doors when they were "new", but the two-disc compilation I picked years ago just stunned me.
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    you know, reading through the 1000+ posts in this thread makes me want to broaden my horizons. so many artists i've never even heard of before. some things i'll try once and then walk away from. others i may end up purchasing. but all my buddies listen to the same type of things as i do so i cannot borrow from them. i'm too cheap for xm or sirius. not rich enough to buy a cd and then shoot at it later that weekend for target practice. fellow polkies live on opposite sides of town than me. whoa is me. one day i'll graduate to different genres of music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIZILL
    you know, reading through the 1000+ posts in this thread makes me want to broaden my horizons. so many artists i've never even heard of before. some things i'll try once and then walk away from. others i may end up purchasing. but all my buddies listen to the same type of things as i do so i cannot borrow from them. i'm too cheap for xm or sirius. not rich enough to buy a cd and then shoot at it later that weekend for target practice. fellow polkies live on opposite sides of town than me. whoa is me. one day i'll graduate to different genres of music.
    Here is a thread about ways to check stuff out before you buy. Pandora.com is a great resource.

    http://www.polkaudio.com/forums/showthread.php?t=34787
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    thanks shack-daddy. i tried that at work and forgot all about it. now, if only my computer were hooked up to my gear....

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    So what are you mostly into? Wouldn't happen to be classic rock... We just may be able to help you there... or at least keep you reading for a couple weeks...

    http://clubpolk.polkaudio.com/forum/...0&goto=newpost
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    The Jeff Healey Band - Hell To Pay

    Analog, on my "new" NAK MR 2. Solid album with amazing covers of Knopfler's "I Think I Love You Too Much" -- with Mark on backing vocals and electric guitar -- and Harrison's "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" -- with George backing vocally and adding acoustic riffs. Also features Jeff Lynn's backing guitar, Paul Shaffer at the keys, and Bobby Whitlock wailin' on B3.

    I love this guy's attack. Hendrix did it "upside down and backwards", Jeff does it horizontal and hammering.

    Old School Rockin' on this snowy day. I have a (literal) duffel bag of cassettes I can now enjoy again.
    • Innersound Eros MK III hybrid ESL - Innersound Bass/Active Crossover amp - Sanders Sound ESL amp
    • SVS PB12-Ultra/2 sub
    • PS Audio GCP-200 preamp w/external PS
    • Bluenote Bellavista table w/Sig.5 arm and Dynavector 20-x - The Clamp - PS Audio GCPH
    • Wadia 301 CD transport - Schiit Gungnir DAC
    • MIT Shotgun S1 IC's and speaker cables
    • PS Audio P3 Power Plant
    • Panasonic 58" plasma - Denon 3805 - PS Audio GCA-250 - Revel Ultima Gems and LE1/Sub15

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    I found an old recording of Chuck Mangione's Feel So Good.
    Brings back memories of childhood. ( the good ones)

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    Peter Murphy - "Strange Kind of Love" - cool voice, cool voice...

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