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    Default David Gilmour

    Some Solo Stuff - Getting ready for his upcoming release, as well as the concert in LA....
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    rush, pink floyd, the who, van halen, guns and roses, various techno, emf(unbelivable sin city remix),bach, beethoven, glen miller, aerosmith, beatles, bush, dixie chicks, Madona-rain(fog horn remix),meatloaf, queen, toadies-possum kingdom, phill colins, primus, run dmc, Siouxsie and the Banshees, smashing pumpkins, system of a down, techo by dudeinaroom, yes, I guess as long as it's not opera, r&b, or blue grass, i'm listening
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    All over the map this morning...
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    "Sinatra at the Sands"
    The Edgar Winter Group- "They only come out at night"
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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. :)

    Excellent, Excellent stuff. I love Buddy Rich and Max Roach and I'm not even a big band music lover. These two drummers and their respective bands made timeless music. What a treat to find BlueMD. If you ever run across a copy of Buddy Rich & Max Roach-Rich vs. Roach. I highly recommend you pick it up (maybe you already have it) but it's basically these two drummers going head to head in each song, absolutely jaw dropping drumming. You can see where many modern drummers, especially John Bonham got their influence. In fact becasue of this post I'm listening to Rich vs. Roach right now while drinking my morning java. I have goose bumps :p

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    On now- "Midnight Special"-the incredible Jimmy Smith Turrentine/Smith/Burrell/Bailey synergy smynergy these guys were connected by umbilicals.......smooooooth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9
    If you ever run across a copy of Buddy Rich & Max Roach-Rich vs. Roach. I highly recommend you pick it up (maybe you already have it)...
    I'll try to find a copy of it, thanks for the tip. The favorite Max Roach in my collection is "Bitter Sweet". Max is the essence of a modern jazz drummer to me. Impeccable timing and taste.

    Buddy's style, to me, was "it don't mean a thing if it ain't got the swing." Krupa once said Buddy was the best drummer to ever draw breath. I'd have to agree. He played like he lived -- smiling, scowling, in your face, always with a rare sparkle in the eye and razor sharp wit and wisdom.
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    David Sanborn - Close-Up
    Reprise 25715-1, LP 1988

    Solid, intelligent, and engaging. Paulinho de Costa's percussion on this album is phenomenal.
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    Steely Dan - Everything Must Go
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    Rocky
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    good stuff...

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    Bruce Hornsby & The Range - The Way It Is



    I had forgotten how good this album really is. It got a bad rap as "Light Adult Contemporary" or "Pop music". That's too bad....this is a really good band, Hornsby is a fine piano player and this is an album worth listening to.
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    Thumbs up Rockin' as the eagle sh*ts

    AC/DC - Back In Black
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    UH-HUH! Makes you wanna' put on your knickers and blow an amp. :p

    My first purchase in this format. No issues. Quality remaster on the Redbook side, good SQ and some fun video footage and interviews on the DVD side. $9.99 at Target.
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    :D :D :D :D :D
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    Judas Priest - British Steel

    Livin' after midnight.......yeah baby!
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    Quote Originally Posted by shack
    Bruce Hornsby & The Range - The Way It Is

    I had forgotten how good this album really is. It got a bad rap as "Light Adult Contemporary" or "Pop music". That's too bad....this is a really good band, Hornsby is a fine piano player and this is an album worth listening to.
    Amen! I have it on tape!
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    Jimmy Ponder - Jump
    1989 - Muse MC 5347, Cassette

    Solid, swing jazz guitar work from Jimmy with Big John Patton on B3. Eddie Gladden and Lawrence Killian team up for riveting drums and percussion throughout. James Anderson's tenor sax work is the icing on the cake.
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    Jeff Beck-Live @ B.B. Kings Blues Club

    Semi-legimate bootleg can be seen at this site

    http://www.sonymusicstore.com/store/...ffbeckbootlegs

    IMO, one of the great underated guitarists. He has always marched to the beat of his own drummer. A brilliant guitarist who is not afraid to experiment. I always enjoy listening to him wether it be classic Beck or the latest Beck. Some of his newer stuff is out there, but it's so different.

    Jeff Beck: Live at BB King Blues Club
    New "official bootleg" album available now

    On September 10th and 11th, 2003 Rock'N'Roll guitar icon Jeff Beck made a stop in New York City for two intimate and rare shows at B.B. King Blues Club. Jeff was joined on stage with long time collaborators and touring mates drummer Terry Bozzio and keyboard player Tony Hymas. The audience included legendary guitarist Les Paul, David Letterman Show music director Paul Schaffer, tennis champion John McEnroe and members of rock band Living Colour.

    Epic Records commemorates this special event with an online only CD release that features music from Jeff Beck's most recent album Jeff, "Freeway Jam" from Jeff's classic Blow By Blow, Jazz great Charles Mingus' song "Goodbye Pork Pie," and a cover of the Beatles "A Day In The Life" with an audience member strumming the final note on Jeff's guitar to name a few.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueMDPicker
    The Buddy Rich Big Band - Big Swing Face
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    I'm in heaven. I found buried treasure today. :)
    I've got this - +3 on this one - it's a great smattering of jazz and smarmy (in a good way) vegas hipster swing jazz. One of my absolute favorites - especially when he brings his daughter up... I can just picture her there... I might have to load it up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by shack
    Bruce Hornsby & The Range - The Way It Is

    I had forgotten how good this album really is. It got a bad rap as "Light Adult Contemporary" or "Pop music". That's too bad....this is a really good band, Hornsby is a fine piano player and this is an album worth listening to.
    +3... on vinyl here.

    Today I cued up:

    Muddy Waters: The Anthology: 1947-1972- Disc 1

    Some amazing SQ considering the age of some of the tracks.

    Will save disc 2 for another day as I've been craving "Live" lately. Ran through the usual suspects already, e.g., Lou Reed, Pat Travers, etc., but was in the moo for something new. So I just cracked:

    The Kinks : The Kinks LIVE - The Road

    Per allmusic this was recorded during their decline and that their 1980, live release, One for the Road, is the one to own. Think I'll pick up the latter, but I kinda like the one spinnin' now. It has lesser known material, nice SQ and enough energy to make me think that never having seen them live, I missed something... Seems like Ray Davies' element.

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    Sinead O'Connor-Goodnight, Thank You, You've Been a Lovely Audience

    This DVD is excellent. Just Sinead and group of great musicians on stage. She does a handful of traditional Irish songs along with many of her hits and semi-hits. Despite what you may think of all the contraversey surrounding her which most likely killed her career, she is genuinely talented and has an amazing/unique voice. This is a straight forward video that really shows off her unique talent. This is not in heavy rotation as for me I have to be in the right mood to enjoy it fully.



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    Default Still in the LIVE mode... A little Jazz; A little Blues...

    From last night...

    Decades ago, a now departed, local, rock music critic, Bob Claypool, did a series of columns on his true loves, Jazz and Blues. Plucked this little number from the former...
    Erroll Garner - Concert by the Sea

    Erroll was for many the consumate jazz pianist, and for many this is the finest of his 50-odd releases. Just straight trio, piano, bass and drums. And straight instrumental, unless you count Erroll's near constant, low gutteral accompaniment, which can only be described as a cross between a hum and a groan. But while you might think it would detract from the recording, just the opposite is the case.

    Wonderful stuff and the sound of the remastered 1955, live performance is the equal of the performance.

    This AM....
    Robben Ford & The Blue Line - The Authorized Bootleg

    Blind buy based on a review I read while paging through BMG's somewhat anemic Blues section. The review (from AMG) basically said he is a guitar player's guitar player.... and he's defintely got guitar-game. Put it on as morning background, but his play made me sit up and pay attention. SQ and mix is quite good, but volume level does seem to drift a bit here and there.

    I wish all my blind buys were as good as this....

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble - In Step



    This is the one that got my Stevie Ray Vaughan groove on. I remember seeing Stevie on Austin City Limits in 1989 and was simply blown away (my first exposure to his music). He played several cuts from this album. I went out and bought it the NEXT DAY! I have since collected the entire catalog including the DVD with this ACL performance. As much as I like his hard driving blues....my favorite track is the laid back, smooth, "Riviera Paradise". As a total package, In Step may be the best of all the albums...not as raw and hard as Texas Flood...but great writing and great musicianship from beginning to end. He had cleaned up and quit using drugs by this time and his playing may have been the pinnacle of his career on this album. Sadly he died before another album could be made (The Sky Is Crying was studio outtakes). My first SRV was his last. I love this album.
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    Mind Body and Soul has been in the player for a couple of days now....really enjoying it. Hottie with smokey pipes!

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    ^Joss is a great listen. The recordings aren't absolutely stellar, a bit hot, but that can be overlooked.

    Tori Amos-Little EarthQuakes

    This is Tori's debut album and it's excellent. Tori helped carve the female singer/songwriter movement of the 90's. Intimate, emotional lyrics with delicate prog rock piano and a voice to match, this is powerful stuff. Little Earthquakes is the most accessible work in Amos' catalog, it's also the most rewarding.



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    Madeleine Peyroux - you might have heard her singing “Don’t Wait Too Long” on that dockers ad. What a great voice reminds me of Billie Holiday but not like she is trying to copy Lady Day.

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    Sheryl Crowe's Globe Sessions- SACD.

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    Tracy Chapman-"S/T" finally on vinyl. All i can say is....stunning. As good or better than the cd issue.

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