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robert
post Mar 2 2011, 00:45
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Keren Ann - 101 - My Name Is Trouble

One of the rare occasions, where I heard a song on the radio and had to get the CD.
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post Sep 1 2011, 03:35
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QUOTE (mijj @ Jul 22 2002, 18:12) *
Everyone's gone to a lot of trouble so we can play music on our PCs. Let's not let it go to waste....

Right now I'm listening to ...

Meddle - 01 - Pink Floyd - One of These Days (I'm Going to Cut You into Little Pieces).ogg

Love that album...I'm listening to the Equatorial Stars by Robert Fripp & Brian Eno...
Are you allowed to post video clips on this forum?

QUOTE (smg @ Jul 22 2002, 20:28) *
I'm winding down from a HOT day at work. Sooo I'm drinking an ice cold Rolling Rock
Looking through Forum trying to learn something new, and melloing out to the sounds of Robin Trower...Bridge Of Sighs.mpc

I love For Earth Below by Trower one of the best albums ever..

Jon~

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musicollector
post Oct 29 2011, 04:50
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QUOTE (mijj @ Jul 22 2002, 16:12) *
Everyone's gone to a lot of trouble so we can play music on our PCs. Let's not let it go to waste....

Right now I'm listening to ...

Meddle - 01 - Pink Floyd - One of These Days (I'm Going to Cut You into Little Pieces).ogg


Jethro Tull - "War Child" album
Moody Blues - "On The Threshold of A Dream" album
Stevie Wonder - "Songs In The Key of Life" album

and a playlist containing, among others:

38 Special - Caught up in You
Hues Corporation - Rock The Boat
Pet Shop Boys - Left to My Own Devices
Duran Duran - Save A Prayer
Eagles - Already Gone
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Bad Moon Rising
Cornelius Brother & Sister Rose - Too Late To Turn Back Now


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robert
post Nov 4 2011, 13:45
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Pink Floyd - Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Live at Wembley 1974) [Immersion Box Set]
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musicollector
post Nov 6 2011, 06:19
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QUOTE (robert @ Feb 7 2010, 17:30) *
Phil Manzanera - 6 pm - Sacred Days


Jethro Tull - "Minstrel In The Gallery"
Pink Floyd - "Wish You Were Here".
Police - "Synchronicity"


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post Nov 7 2011, 15:26
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Gil Scott-Heron - Pieces Of A Man / 03 - Lady Day And John Coltrane
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mudlord
post Nov 9 2011, 10:53
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/me is playing: Tay Zonday - Chocolate Rain || MP3 | 44100 Hz | stereo | 1:33 / 4:52
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post Nov 14 2011, 17:08
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The Soviettes's "Rarities" album.
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post Sep 13 2013, 15:56
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Don McLean

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wrNFDxCRzU

Makaveli

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2e-CdovKus

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robert
post Oct 2 2013, 08:52
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Radiohead - OK Computer - Paranoid Android


After listening the whole day to the OK Computer CD, I really don't know why I missed this great album when it was first released. My favorite songs are: Subterranean Homesick Alien, No Surprises and The Tourist.

Lately I watched the Whip It movie --- which has some interesting soundtrack btw --- there No Surprises from Radiohead stood out.

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post Oct 3 2013, 12:54
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Just heard last week about the remixed version of "Vapor Trails" being released on Oct 1st (funny how that works) so I snagged it and it's definitely more listenable than the original blasted "perfect example of the Loudness War right up there with Metallica's "Death Magnetic" fiasco" definitely. The remix is subtle at times but in some songs (the radio hits, I suppose) it's very noticeable with major changes to not only the levels but the soundstage as well.

I suppose after a few dozen listens I won't even notice anymore...

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post Oct 5 2013, 22:44
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QUOTE (br0adband @ Oct 3 2013, 06:54) *
Just heard last week about the remixed version of "Vapor Trails" being released on Oct 1st (funny how that works) so I snagged it and it's definitely more listenable than the original blasted "perfect example of the Loudness War right up there with Metallica's "Death Magnetic" fiasco" definitely. The remix is subtle at times but in some songs (the radio hits, I suppose) it's very noticeable with major changes to not only the levels but the soundstage as well.

I suppose after a few dozen listens I won't even notice anymore...


Indeed... it is better. Not perfect, mind you. But definitely better. Just listen to the first 10 seconds of "One Little Victory" on headphones, and compare the old version to the new version. Old version the drums sound mono compared to the new version. Bass guitar is definitely more discernible, and the kick drum is much tighter, and punchier. I realize those are not DBLT verifiable terms, but I think anyone that compares the two will agree with that description.

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robert
post Oct 9 2013, 16:24
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Cut Chemist featuring Hymnal - What's The Attitude
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post Dec 12 2013, 00:00
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Dave Matthews Band - Rapunzel
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post Dec 12 2013, 04:28
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a stream of Parliament Question time.
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post Dec 13 2013, 00:07
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supercell - ZIGAEXPERIENTIA
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Hank Mobley ''Soul Station''

The most groovin' album ever made!

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Often overlooked, perhaps because he wasn't a great innovator in jazz but merely a stellar performer, tenor saxophonist Hank Mobley was at the peak of his powers on Soul Station. Recorded with a superstar quartet including Art Blakey on drums, Paul Chambers on bass, and Wynton Kelly on piano, it was the first album since Mobley's 1955 debut to feature him as a leader without any other accompanying horns. The clean, uncomplicated sound that resulted from that grouping helps make it the best among his albums and a peak moment during a particularly strong period in his career. Mobley has no problem running the show here, and he does it without being flashy or burying the strong work of his sidemen. The solidness of his technique means that he can handle material that is occasionally rhythmically intricate, while still maintaining the kind of easy roundness and warmth displayed by the best players of the swing era. Two carefully chosen standards, "Remember" and "If I Should Lose You," help to reinforce that impression by casting an eye back to the classic jazz era. They bookend four Mobley originals that, in contrast, reflect the best of small-group composition with their lightness and tight dynamics. Overall, this is a stellar set from one of the more underrated musicians of the bop era. Review by Stacia Proefrock
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Tenor saxophonist Stan Getz found a perfect accompanist in pianist Kenny Barron, who would regularly play in his group for his last five years. This out-of-print Black Hawk LP finds the pair, along with bassist George Mraz and drummer Victor Lewis, performing two standards and four more recent pieces, including two ("Dreams" and "Voyage") by Barron. The music is difficult to classify (modern bop?) but relatively easy to understand; Getz never coasts.

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