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    All vinyl, all the time -- at least until I get my AX-10 back from the shop!

    Prince and the Revolution -- Parade (album)
    Dire Straits -- Brothers in Arms (album)
    Sting -- Dream of the Blue Turtle (album)


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    Stuff that's been in the changer lately...

    Big Head Todd and the Monsters - Sister Sweetly



    AC/DC -The Razor's Edge



    The Allman Brothers Band - Eat A Peach (SACD)



    Joan Osborne - Relish



    Michael W. Smith - Worship



    Sugarland - Twice The Speed of Life



    Chris Isaak - Forever Blue





    On the TT...



    Emerson Lake and Palmer - Tarkus



    The Police - Synchronicity



    Crosby and Nash - Graham Nash/David Crosby

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    That C&N looks like something out of "Stuck On You"... :D

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    Robert Plant-Principle of Moments

    I forgot how truely enjoyable this cd is. His 2nd solo effort is throughly more enjoyable and exciting than his first solo which was pretty good considering trying to make a career after Zeppelin. The song writing on Principle of Moments is a bit more abstract and his vocal meanderings hint at a fresh new vocal style since his patented Zep wails are no longer available to him. The recording is suprisingly articulate and open if perhaps just a bit on the edgey side in the upper frequencies.

    "Appreciation of audio is a completely subjective human experience. Measurements can provide a measure of insight, but are no substitute for human judgment. Why are we looking to reduce a subjective experience to objective criteria anyway? The subtleties of music and audio reproduction are for those who appreciate it. Differentiation by numbers is for those who do not".--Nelson Pass

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    I pulled out my The Essential Billy Joel CD today. Been listening to the first CD. Too great of an artist, too great of a CD, to put aside for as long as it's been.

    Wonder if Micah would like to contest that...:D
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    Larry Carlton - Collection
    GRP Records 1990, Vinyl

    Timing, touch and taste. If you can't enjoy this compilation of Larry's work between 1980-1990, you don't actually enjoy music. It's that good.

    1. Small Town Girl
    2. Smiles And Smiles To Go
    3. Minute By Minute
    4. For Heaven's Sake
    5. Nite Crawler
    6. Blues For TJ
    7. 10 P.M.
    8. Sleepwalk
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    11. Hello Tomorrow
    12. High Steppin'
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    Putting it on the buy list... Own some GRP CD's, nicely recorded stuff...

    Me...
    A little Polydor, Van Morrison compilation disk in the AM...
    Covers everything from Gloria to Dweller on the Threshold
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueMDPicker
    Larry Carlton - Collection
    GRP Records 1990, Vinyl

    Timing, touch and taste. If you can't enjoy this compilation of Larry's work between 1980-1990, you don't actually enjoy music. It's that good.

    1. Small Town Girl
    2. Smiles And Smiles To Go
    3. Minute By Minute
    4. For Heaven's Sake
    5. Nite Crawler
    6. Blues For TJ
    7. 10 P.M.
    8. Sleepwalk
    9. Tequila
    10. Bubble Shuffle
    11. Hello Tomorrow
    12. High Steppin'

    I have been listening to Stanley Clarke & Friends-Live at the Greek w/ Larry Carlton; Billy Cobham; Najee and Deron Johnson. It's simply fantastic, not to mention an excellent live recording. A must have, IMO

    Right now listening to Heather Nova-Wonderlust. Melodic, dreamy 90's indie rock that's a pleasure to listen to. She may not appeal to everyone but this live cd is in many ways more consistent than her studio work which makes it very satisfying. Much like Ani Difranco, who I also like, her live cd is much more consistent. These are great live performers who need the interaction with an audience to sometimes pull off what they are trying to do.

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    Kim Carnes - Mistaken Identity - vinyl



    1 Bette Davis Eyes
    2 Hit and Run
    3 Mistaken Identity
    4 When I'm Away from You
    5 Draw of the Cards
    6 Break the Rules Tonite (Out of School)
    7 Still Hold On
    8 Don't Call It Love
    9 Miss You Tonite
    10 My Old Pals

    What a unique voice. I'm not sure why she never made it bigger. One of my favorites from the early 80s'
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    every time i hear bette davis eyes - i have a picture of rod stuart in my head????

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    Kenny Burrell - Recapitulation
    Chess Jazz Masters Series GCH 2-6034, LP

    This 2-LP set captures Kenny's rise to critical and fan acclaim in the early to mid-60's. The list of players who have borrowed and built on his riffs is seemingly endless, but I've heard none of them that can meld perfectly with a time signature and still maintain breathtaking attack in their play as he does.
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    Good to see you posting, Mike!

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    Dwight Yoakam - There Was a Way
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    Victory at Sea - RCA Living Stereo LSC-2335

    Robert Russell Bennet leading the RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra

    This is the score of the NBC show.....GREAT stuff here. Fantastic.

    Another props to George for suggesting this..

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    Boz Scaggs - Silk Degrees

    Just as good as the first listen nearly 30 years ago.

    Followed by - Middle Man

    High fidelity!
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    Sarah McLachlan - Afterglow



    Bonnie Raitt - Luck of the Draw



    Alison Krauss and Union Station - Lonely Runs Both Ways

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    Guitar Shorty - My Way Or The Highway SACD Cat#JSP5107
    His sister was married to Jimi Hendrix and he taught Jimi the blues. Good stuff.

    Bryan Ferry - Frantic SACD Cat#VIR167
    A mix of covers and Ferry originals. Kinda strange hearing familar songs in Ferry's unique style.
    'Political Correctness'.........defined

    "A doctrine fostered by a delusional, illogical minority and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end."

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    Shack, what do you think of Afterglow? Pretty damn good live recording. Live Sarah is one of my demo's.

    This a great cd as well. I've never been a big Paul Simon fan, but this 2cd live release has all his great songs on it. All songs have been rearranged and the world muscians really add a lot of layering and it sounds excellent. Very enjoyable.

    Paul Simon-Concert in the Park



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    Paul Simon - Negotiations and Love Songs 1971-1986
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    One of my Favorites.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumingman
    One of my Favorites.
    You've piqued my interest....what does Music for Native American's sound like? I'm familiar with Robbie Robertson, but not this release.
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    It's story telling in music, which Robertson is good at,
    as proven with his songwriting. It features
    Native American Musicans such as Rita & Priscilla Coolidge,
    Alex Acuna, The Red Road Ensemble and more.

    You'll hear songs performed in English, Cherokee
    and other American Indian Dialects. It will be be Indian
    Instruments and modern Instruments, Some a blend of rock
    and Indian and some not.

    The album come with a book containing words, photos
    and explainations.

    I hope you have a Good Low end system because
    the drums in this CD are pretty big and produce pretty low
    frequencies.

    In all people from 6 Indian Nations contributed to this
    fine and interesting work.

    Songs,

    Coyote Dance
    Mahk Jchi (Heartbeat Drum Song)
    Ghost Dance
    The Vanishing Breed
    It Is A Good Day To Die
    Golden Feather
    Akua Tuta
    Words Of Fire, Deeds Of Blood
    Cherokee Morning Song
    Skinwalker
    Ancestor Song
    Twisted Hair

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    unreal that this thread is still running.
    and from a banned member nonetheless..

    oh yeah- Brokeback Mountain soundtrack

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    ROFL Well, you're just trying to get this thread closed, eh? LOL
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    actually no, that's what i'm listening to.

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    The Buddy Rich Big Band - Big Swing Face
    Pacific Jazz LP ST-20117, 1967

    I found this in my record vault, unopened! I'm sure I bought it near the release date. Why I never opened and played it will remain a mystery.

    Excellent live gig at The Chez, Hollywood, CA. Sound quality to die for.

    For those of you who aren't familiar with Buddy, he was the last survivor of the swing era drummers (including Chick Webb, Big Sid Catlett, Dave Tough, Jo Jones, etc) and arguably the best at fusing jazz, swing and rock. I grew up in the 60's listening to Buddy. He was a frequent performer on TV shows of the era with a personality as expansive and unique as his musical talent and he toured with Sinatra for decades. When I play guitar unaccompanied, it's always Buddy's sound I keep mental time with.

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    Martin Zellar & the Gear Daddies - Can't Have Nothin' Nice
    1997 - Steve's Pizza Music GDA0001

    Nothing really special. Just good tunes from Martin and his long-time buddies that make up the band. Martin sings from the heart and writes songs about real life you can relate to. Over the years I have travelled to see his shows, with his bands the Gear Daddies and The Hardaways, and one-man acoustic, across the midwest. One of those guys that appreciates his fans, waves when he sees our group show up, comes with his family to chat with his fans, and remembers his fans names. If you go to a hockey game and they play "I want to drive the Zamboni", he wrote that. When he launches into a Neil Diamond song, just shut your eyes and Neil is singing in front of you. He has been officially recognized by Neil Diamond as one of the best tribute artists and does officially sanctioned tribute shows. Real music for real people, like I said nothing special, however I like it :)

    He records in Austin MN and Minneapolis, and he puts a lot of effort into the sound quality of his CD's. He may not have a big budget and contract, however the personal touch results in pretty good sound quality and mix. If you want some fun music to brighten up your day, give it a try.
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    Miles Davis: Kind Of Blue

    SACD

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueMDPicker
    The Buddy Rich Big Band - Big Swing Face
    Pacific Jazz LP ST-20117, 1967

    I found this in my record vault, unopened! I'm sure I bought it near the release date. Why I never opened and played it will remain a mystery.

    Excellent live gig at The Chez, Hollywood, CA. Sound quality to die for.

    For those of you who aren't familiar with Buddy, he was the last survivor of the swing era drummers (including Chick Webb, Big Sid Catlett, Dave Tough, Jo Jones, etc) and arguably the best at fusing jazz, swing and rock. I grew up in the 60's listening to Buddy. He was a frequent performer on TV shows of the era with a personality as expansive and unique as his musical talent and he toured with Sinatra for decades. When I play guitar unaccompanied, it's always Buddy's sound I keep mental time with.

    I'm in heaven. I found buried treasure today. :)
    I feel like I knew Buddy as my friend in high school Paul Riddle talked about him alot. Paul was the drummer for the Tucker Band back then. Every day was my lesson on how Buddy played, it was good back then.

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    Still working my way through the old collection of vinyl....

    Huey Lewis and the News - Sports



    Linda Ronstadt - Heart Like A Wheel



    Bryan Adams - Reckless

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