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    Savoy Brown - Street Corner Talking
    1971, Parrot/London PAS71047, LP

    A true classic.
    Be-Bop-A-Lula, Baby What I Say

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    Albert King w/ SRV - In Session



    This is Kings show, but SRV adds a lot to the mix. They are truely having a fun laid back session. Neither of them is afraid to take the lead, but at the same time neither is overpowering and it ends up being a great session. One of my (many) faves.
    "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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    Hard ERG #7 - Ministry Of Sound
    Be gentle, I'm new to all this...

    The mind blowing speed of the BRAIN TRAIN...

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    John Coltrane - A Love Supreme

    Miles Davis - Tutu

    both on LP

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    EKOVA - soft breeze & tsunami breaks

    Enjoying the last days of owning my Carver Amazings before John comes to pick them up. Sound is AWESOME!!!

    Why the heck am I selling them??? I must be losing MY MIND!!!!
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    Bill Evans-"You Must Believe in Spring" one of his best later albums and in the format intended...vinyl.
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    Cardas Frequency Sweep and Burn-In Record: 30Hz to 30 KHz sweep. (Love to kick back with a glass of Irish Whisky and watch the dogs' reactions).

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    Norah Jones - Not Too Late..... Just Came in the mail yesterday. A few of the songs are show-tune like, but the rest are typical fantastic Norah Jones recordings. Good dynimics, accuracy and of course...vocals!
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    B.B. King - King Size
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    Get well soon, Riley B. !
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    Eric Clapton - From the Cradle. (BlueMDPicker recommendation!)

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    SRV- Live at Carnegie Hall

    "Lenny" is worth the price of admission alone...
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    Now on to Katherine Whalen's Jazz Squad. She was one of the vocalists for the Squirrel Nut Zippers. This album is all her, however. Reminds me of a modern day Billie Holiday. Damn she can sing.
    Wris****ch--->Crisco

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    Quote Originally Posted by a_mattison
    Norah Jones - Not Too Late..... Just Came in the mail yesterday. A few of the songs are show-tune like, but the rest are typical fantastic Norah Jones recordings. Good dynimics, accuracy and of course...vocals!
    Ordered that one today. I'm glad to hear your positive initial reviews.

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    My 3CD set of Creedence Clearwater Revival...been too long since I've listened to it.

    Oh, of course while I'm doing my Spanish homework I've put off waay too long.
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    now:

    David Sylvian and Robert Fripp - Damage (live)

    was:

    Plastikman - Consumed

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    Im completely embarassed to say it, but I just got "Buzz Ballads" LMAO There is actually a lot of good music on this cd..

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    Emerson, Lake & Palmer: "The Best of" Awesome sounding on my 1.2 TLs, click here.

    Paul Simon: "Still Crazy After All These Years"
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    Going classical tonight....Mahler-Symphony #2 (Decca cd) Mehta conducting and Holst-The Planets (Telarc cd) Yoel Levi conducting.
    The Holst disc is exceptionally well done and probably one of the best "The Planets" i've listened to.
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    I put an eclectic mix in the changer this evening....

    Beck - Odelay

    "WHERE IT'S AT!....I got two turntables and microphone....."



    Clannad - Rogha: The Best of Clannad

    Bought this one because of "Theme From Harry's Game" which is a great haunting song (in spite of being used to sell VWs) and discovered the rest of the album was excellent. If you like the "Celtic" sound this one is worth a listen. Bono and Bruce Hornsby are on a couple of tracks.



    Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Welcome To The Pleasuredome

    "Relax"...nuff said....



    GooGoo Dolls - A Boy Named Goo

    "Name" was the hit and probably the best cut but totally different to start the album are "Long Way down" and "Burnin' Up" which I like as well.



    LeAnn Rimes - You Light Up My Life: Inspirational Songs

    I'm not sure her voice wasn't better as a teenager than it is now. Now her voice is more refined and obviously more mature. (on the plus side the "mature" LeAnn has better hair and has lost the baby fat) But the way she belts out "How Do I Live" and " God Bless America" are excellent and the way she sings "Amazing Grace" and "The National Anthem" (both acapella) send shivers up my spine. The KID could really sing. The adult still can. Not much original music (if any) but I really like this album.

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    Holy cow - Frankie Goes to Hollywood... ;) I have Pleasuredome and the 12" for Relax... yep - I admit it.

    On deck for today:

    Miles Davis - Kind of Blue
    Medeski Martin and Wood - Combustication
    Blur - Modern Life is Rubbish
    Autechre - Garbage / Anvil Vapre EP's (disc 2 to the US release of Tri Repetae++)
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    Brian Setzer Orchestra - Guitar Slinger .....man, this always sounds good.
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    Nice call on Odelay Shack.
    girl: "who are you?"
    man: "I'm the enchanting wizard of rhythm."
    girl: "why did you come here?"
    man: "I came here to tell you about the rhythms of the universe...."

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    GREAT CD. At least a good number of the songs are.

    "What It Is" may be on my new top 5 favorite songs list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by audiobliss

    GREAT CD. At least a good number of the songs are.

    "What It Is" may be on my new top 5 favorite songs list.
    one of my favorites, AB!


    right now listening to:
    roy buchanan...my babe
    van morrison...wavelength
    rory gallagher...jinx

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    Cracker: "Brand" Entertaining and amusing lyrics 3 1/2 star sonics.

    SADE: "Diamond Life" Smooth and relaxing, four star sonics

    Red Hot Chili Peppers: "Stadium Arcadium" My son gave me the four LP set for Christmas and since I don't have my analog rig up yet, he lent me the CD. YEAH BABY!!! Good Stuff, four and 1/2 star sonics
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    Been listening to a lot of stuff lately, for me anyways.

    The Roots - Phrenology
    Pink Floyd - DSOTM
    Tool - 10,000 Days

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAGLJAM6
    Going classical tonight....Mahler-Symphony #2 (Decca cd) Mehta conducting and Holst-The Planets (Telarc cd) Yoel Levi conducting.
    The Holst disc is exceptionally well done and probably one of the best "The Planets" i've listened to.
    I might have to check out that Telarc version. I have a couple others; one is okay and another is terrible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a_mattison
    Norah Jones - Not Too Late..... Just Came in the mail yesterday. A few of the songs are show-tune like, but the rest are typical fantastic Norah Jones recordings. Good dynimics, accuracy and of course...vocals!
    Sorry, I have to disagree with you. Other than sticking her voice right down front, this cd is horse dribble. Those expecting anything resembling the jazz style like 'Come Away with Me' will be completely disappointed. There is very little dynamics behind the vocals. Other than sticking an acoustic guitar in the right speaker or a banjo in the left, most things are blended and veiled.

    If you liked the Little Willies style, then you'll be happy. I've heard better song writing out of teenagers.

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    Brian Protheroe - Pinball
    1974, Chrysalis 1065, LP OOP
    Be-Bop-A-Lula, Baby What I Say

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    Radiohead - Kid A
    Underworld - Beaucoup Fish
    Steve Roach - The Magnificent Void
    Vir Unis - The Drift Inside
    Saul Stokes - Vast

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