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    Dug out Cheap Trick Live at the Bhuddakan(?) and Dream Police. Still great after all these years.

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    Pandora.

    Hillbilly Band by The Marshall Tucker Band at the moment. I like it! :)
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    At the moment......
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    Picked up a halfway decent copy of the 1812 Overture on Friday. Living Stereo LSC 2345 with Bolero on the flip side, cleaned it up and threw it on the table on Saturday. I think this is the first time I've heard the entire 1812 Overture, obviously heard the cannon parts a bunch during fireworks, etc. Very impressed with the soundstage, I'd say it's definitely the widest I've heard in my system, the height is there as well. I can also place the instruments very well within the soundstage. Not very impressive was the cannon shots, sounded like they played them through a tape deck into the concert hall.
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    Dave Mason - Certified Live
    1976, CBS PG 34174, 2-LP

    Recorded at the Universal Ampitheater, this double album live set is Mason at the absolute top of his game vocally and instrumentally. The opening cut, an ass bumping funked-up arrangement of "Feelin' Alright", sets a standard that is never compromised as Dave works through several Traffic covers, an Eagles standard, a Dylan/Hendrix anthem, slow blues, and several of his signature hits.

    A "must have" for Mason fans or exactly where to start for someone looking for a solid introduction.
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    Daryl Hall and John Oates - Bigger Than Both of Us
    1976, RCA APL1-14S7, LP

    I believe this was the first LP I ever acquired by the duo, and it's still my favorite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueMDPicker


    Daryl Hall and John Oates - Bigger Than Both of Us
    1976, RCA APL1-14S7, LP

    I believe this was the first LP I ever acquired by the duo, and it's still my favorite.
    I have that LP as well, but have not listened to it in a looooooong time. I should dig it out.

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    Dig it out, Steve. It's definitely worth a spin.

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    Daryl Hall and John Oates - Voices
    1980, RCA AQL1-3646, LP

    Side B is dy-no-mite! Most excellent cover of "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" (I still can't believe that whack job Phil Spector had a hand in that tune), "You Make My Dreams Come True", and the pre-Paul Carrack cover rendition of "Everytime You Go Away" (penned by Daryl.)
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    Kylie Minogue - Fever (Japan import)
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    Little Feat - Sailin' Shoes
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    Diskreetse Mango Trio........this band is so odd I can't stop listening. And despite having "trio" in their name, there are like 50 people in this band.

    Still, its a weird/interesting change of pace....
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    If you like funny bands Check out "They Might Be Giants"

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    Excellent live performance by Melissa Ferrick.

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    Jimmy Smith - Dot Com Blues
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    My favorite collaboration album from my favorite B3 player.
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    Wax Fang - La La Land



    Released November 17th, 2007 on Don't Panic! Records.

    Fantastic and extremely talented band from Lousiville, KY. This is definitely for the types who think there isn't any good music being made these days. Found out about this band last November at a My Morning Jacket show here in town.

    http://www.myspace.com/waxfang to sample a few tracks...

    Their old CD, Black & Endless Night, or their new one, La La Land, would both be equally good to start off with.
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    ...my conscience screaming write those two papers that are due tomorrow! They're each worth 20% of your grade in those classes!!!

    ...I wonder where my Eric Clapton unplugged CD is...I'm sure it sounds a LOT better...
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    Def Leppard - Pyromania

    Japan vinyl. I never owned this album in the 80's like everyone else did.. so i picked this up on near mint Japan pressing.

    wow.. this is not only excellent music, it's a great sounding album, well recorded too.
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    The Brecker Brothers - Heavy Metal Be-Bop
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueMDPicker View Post

    Jimmy Smith - Dot Com Blues
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    Excellent choice from an excellent musician.
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    Deep Purple - Machine Head 25th Anniversary Edition (CD1 - 1997 Remixes)
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    Nickle Creek-Nickle Creek SACD. WOW!!

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    "He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you." Friedrich Nietzsche

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueMDPicker View Post


    Little Feat - Sailin' Shoes
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    If memory serves BMDP, this had a better sound with the Waiting for Columbus album....which is actually what I am listening to, AGAIN :D. I have gotten my throat raw trying to sing along at performance levels to this song. No, I will not provide a U-tube of me singing to it. ;)

    I'm listening to the song "Dixie Chicken" right now, so that song won't bee too far away. Crap, who am I foolin'? That's on disc two. I'll catch up to ya' here in an hour or so..... ;)

    I think I have that particular LP in my collection so I'll have to give that version a whirl when I have the time. Good tunes man, good tunes! :D
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    Miles Davis - Freddie Freeloader. Great SDA track - there are instruments coming out of my walls!
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