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    Happy Boxing Day !!!
    Cyndi Lauper: She's So Unusual.

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    Frankie Goes to Hollywood: Welcome to the Pleasuredome.

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    Dr. John: Goin' Back To New Orleans.

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    The Kinks: The Kink Kronikles.

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    T Rex: The Slider.

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    The Tallest Man On Earth...The Wild Hunt
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    Hendrix Electric LadyLand Rainy Day....Dream away,no use getting uptight let it groove it's own way......

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    red hot chili peppers- hump de bump, it has possibly one of my favorite percussion fills ever
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    Blue Cheer: Vincebus Eruptum.

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    Vincebus Eruptum. Summertime Blues through Marshall amps. Another great power trio. Now, for something completely different: Elvis Costello: Almost Blue.

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    Kate Bush "The Sensual World"

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    Mannheim Steamroller "Christmas"

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    Quote Originally Posted by dromunds View Post
    Vincebus Eruptum. Summertime Blues through Marshall amps. Another great power trio. Now, for something completely different: Elvis Costello: Almost Blue.
    Parchment Farm's my favorite on the album.
    Rory Gallagher: Stage Stuck.

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    Dave Brubeck, "The Essential Dave Brubeck"
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    In search of accurate reproduction of music. Real sound is my reference and while perfection may not be attainable? If I chase it, I might just catch excellence.

    The best way to enjoy digital music reproduction is to never listen to good analogue reproduction.

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    The Only Band That Matters.
    The Clash: Give 'Em Enough Rope.

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    Alice in chains......Dirt

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    The Raconteurs: Broken Boy Soldiers.

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    Pete Townshend: Who Came First.

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    Christmas is over, but I'm reluctant to stop listening to Christmas music. There are some bowed bass solos on this that are just amazing.

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    Christmas is over, but I'm reluctant to stop listening to Christmas music. There are some bowed bass solos on this that are just amazing.

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    sorry about the duplicate post

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    Tom Waits: Real Gone.

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    Dave Mason - 26 Letters 12 Notes

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    Listening to Muse's latest album, "The 2nd Law" a lot lately. Lots of Queen overtones to it.



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    The Only Band That Matters.
    The Clash: London Calling.

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    Well, I must admit that I'm not the biggest fan of Allison Krauss but I just got done listening to one song by here that I was turned onto by a good friend of mine, Jerry12 who is a member here but he hardly ever posts. This particular song should tug hard at the hearts of any man alive, especially if they have had kids. The song is called Jacobs' Dream and man, does it ever move you. Here are the lyrics, if you are interested in reading them;

    In the spring of 1856 with the snow still on the ground Two little boys were lost in the mountains above the town
    The father went out hunting, the boys had stayed behind While mother tended to her chores they wandered from her side
    The two had gone to follow him and lost their way instead By dusk the boys had not been found and fear had turned to dread
    Two hundred men had gathered there to comb the mountain side The fires were built on the highest peak in hopes they'd see the light

    Ohh, mommy and daddy why can't you hear our cries? The day is almost over, soon it will be night
    We're so cold and hungry and our feet are tired and sore We promise not to stray again from our cabin door
    Now, Jacob Diverd woke one night from a strange and eerie dream
    He saw a path between two hills near a dark and swollen stream He told his wife he saw the boys huddled close beside a log
    For two more nights the dream returned this vision sent from God

    Ohh, mommy and daddy why can't you hear our cries? The day is almost over, soon it will be night
    We're so cold and hungry and our feet are tired and sore We promise not to stray again from our cabin door
    A thousand men had searched in vain the west side of pop's creek But Jacob's wife knew of this place and said to travel east
    With a guide to take him there, Jacob came upon the scene And found the boys cold and still beneath the old birch tree

    Ohh, mommy and daddy, look past the tears you cry? We're both up in heaven now, God is by our side
    As you lay us down to rest in the presence of the Lord Know that we will meet you here at heaven's door
    Ohh, mommy and daddy, look past the tears you cry We're both up in heaven now, God is by our side
    And as you lay us down to rest in the presence of the Lord Know that we will meet you here at Heaven's door


    You can find it off of her "A hundred Miles or More" album seen above, the rest of which I'm checking out right now. If you haven't heard the young lady many folks adore, you might want to check this particular one out. Like I said, I'm not the biggest fan of Krauss but I have to admit, she's growing on me and it's songs just like this one that are beautifully written and performed that do it. Oh, thanks Jerry [if you do ever read this] for pointing this single out to me.

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