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    Little Feats/Waiting For Columbus/ Remastered: There's a fat man in the bathtub and he's got the blues...
    Brian Wilson/Smile

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    An oldie (kinda) but a great one. Johnny Cash-"Unchained" this may be the best of the late career of JC excellent backing musicians and great sound.
    Some of the most sincere/heart felt vocals from Cash to be sure.
    This is late night, individual listening music at its finest. "Spiritual" is one track that stands out ,to me, as a "window" into the mind/heart of Cash at this point in his career.If ever a song sung by him could be called "sweet" then this is the track.

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    Black Sabbath...Master of Reality...
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    ^ Ah... must be trimming the tree...
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    Dire Straights - Brothers In arms - Remaster
    Fleetwood Mac - The Dance

    Listening through the Carver Amazings once again but minus the Carver C-9 and loving it!
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    Just picked out and listened to five country songs.

    The Tractors
    The Blue Collar Rock (gotta be about my favorite song)
    Settin' the Woods On Fire
    Tryin' To Get To New Orleans

    Alan Jackson
    The Sounds
    Designated Drinker (duet with George Strait)

    "The Sounds" has really been growing on me here lately.
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    Collective Soul - Collective Soul

    The Freebe concert on Direct-TV put me in the mood for more.
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    unfortunately Bryan Adams greatest hits.

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    jesus christ now it's Richard Marx.

    think she's giving me a signal?



    hell i can't say anything. They're MY cd's. :o

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaharvel
    jesus christ now it's Richard Marx.

    think she's giving me a signal?
    hell i can't say anything. They're MY cd's. :o
    next she'll be rifling through your dvd collection and have you watching 'monster-in-law' and 'ella enchanted'.

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    Nick Drake - Man in a Shed
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    Needed something light (due to various threads raging around here).

    This fits the bill...



    10cc is pretty damn fluffy actually, but kinda clever. And in the midst of the all the "stuff" out pops "I'm Not in Love"... just a drop dead gorgeous love song.
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    "THE PAUL SIMON COLLECTION" - A collection of his greatest hits and very well engineered/remastered. It's a treat for the senses when played on the SDAs.
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    Milli Vanilli - Greatest Hits

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    ... and you're lip-sync'ing no doubt...

    Now playing...
    Bela Fleck and the Flecktones - Three Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

    Electric banjo? Yes, but only 'cause we can...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ND13
    "THE PAUL SIMON COLLECTION" - A colection of his greatest hits and very well engineered/remastered. It's a treat for the senses when played on the SDAs.
    Reminds me of Dad's boxset "Paul Simon 1964-1993." I should get that out and give it a listen sometime.
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    Clutch Robot Hive/Exodus


    Funky hard rock, yeah baby :D

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    Arc Angels - self titled... hell it was their only one.

    A couple of SRV's boys trying to keep the blues alive with help from some fresh blood. The talent was there, but the band disintegrated.

    Very good stuff...

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    Maxwell's Urban Hang Suite

    Some knucklehead gave me this almost one-year ago so I feel obligated to at least play it every late-December. :p

    It has an honest to goodness, Old-School, Motown flavor to it. Takes me right back to the early 70's and my days as a feature dancer on Soul Train... the good Soul Train with Don Cornelius hosting...

    Wishing you Peace, Love and So-o-o-o-o-ul-l-l-l-l-l

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    ... and some funky Texas Blues.

    Been a while Ham. Good to hear you again...

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    And while we are gettin' funky in the wee hours...

    Maybe my favorite Little Feat release, Feats Don't Fail Me Now. For sure it holds my favorite Little Feat song, "Spanish Moon" although I like the live track on Waitin' for Columbus a bit better.

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    Last day was today, returning after New Year's. So today, I threw in the good 'ol Burl Ives Christmas CD: "Have A Holly Jolly Christmas"

    That's right folks, Burl Ives. :D
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    UFO- Force It. Reminiscing a bit back to the middle school days.

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    Just wrapped up one of the great live albums...



    And now a visit from an old friend doing the one-man band thing. Been too long Todd...

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    Nick Drake - Bryter Layter
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    I just lined up a few CD's and listened to 'em on my Sony shelf system and curb-salvaged speakers. I've also listed the songs that I particulary wanted to listen to and/or stood out to me.

    Dwight Yoakam - There Was A Way
    The Distance Between You and Me
    Since I Started Drinkin' Again
    Turn It On, Turn It Up, Turn Me Loose
    It Only Hurts When I Cry


    I've relatively recently discovered Dwight Yoakam and have grown pretty fond of his style. I thought the chorus from It Only Hurts When I Cry was pretty cool:
    "The only time I feel the pain
    Is in the sunshine or the rain
    And I don't feel no hurt at all
    Unless you count when teardrops fall
    I tell the truth 'cept when I lie
    And it only hurts me when I cry"

    Brad Paisley - Mud On the Tires
    Mud On the Tires
    That's Love
    Whiskey Lullaby
    The Best Thing That I Had Goin'


    Eric Clapton - Pilgrim
    My Father's Eyes
    River of Tears


    The Eagles - Hotel California
    Hotel California

    Alan Jackson - Drive
    Bring On the Night
    The Sounds
    Designated Drinker


    I've listened to this CD many times before, and I have almost always skipped over these three songs. But not long ago, for some reason, I listened to them, and they grabbed me. I thought (and still do) they're quite powerful, and beautiful to boot.

    The tune from Bring On the Night is what catches my attention. The Sounds is just as beautiful, and it has some neat lyrics: "You can't hear it, but the noise is killing me." Then at the end, it changes to "I can hear it, and the silence is killing me." Designated Drinker is a great song, and on this CD it's a duet with George Strait - it just couldn't be any better!

    George Strait - Ten Strait Hits
    Baby's Gotten Good At Goodbye
    What's Going On In Your World


    Michael Buble - It's Time
    Feeling Good
    A Foggy Day (In London Town)
    You Don't Know Me
    Quando, Quando, Quando (Duet with Nelly Furtado)
    Home


    I can't express how amazed I am by Michael Buble. He's just an amazing singer. You Don't Know Me is a neat song, and so is Quando, Quando, Quando. Plus, the latter is a duet with Nelly Furtado, who I've never heard of before, but judging from her performance in this song, I want to find out more about her. And, of course, you have Home, the song I bought this CD for. Amazing song.

    Anna Nalick - Wreck of the Day
    Breath (2 AM)
    Citadel


    I'm also amazed by Anna Nalick's voice. I had planned on listening to more of the CD, but practically everything on it is good and it was getting late, so I just turned off the CD-player.

    I had also planned on listening to some Jack Johnson, but I guess I'll have to let that wait until tomorrow...assuming I don't have some new CD's to listen to tomorrow...:D:D:D:D
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    Nice write up...

    Well since it's Christmas (and my wife said it's been foorball all day) the Carousel is shuffling:
    Coldwater Creek's* - home for the holidays
    Kenny G - Miracles: The Holiday Album
    Randall's* - Chistmas Piano
    John Tesh - A Romantic Christmas
    David Lanz - Christmas Eve Piano Solos

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    INXS Switch

    New music from 80's down under rockers INXS. Good tunes.

    to early to give a detailed review yet. but so far i like what i'm hearing.

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    The Bomb shelter is very quite with only the sounds of the lovely Sherry putting the final Bling on Santa's deliveries.

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    Gary Numan's Pleasure Priciple.

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