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post #121 of 11177
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Originally Posted by Miney View Post

Rediscovery of the week.....


Rediscovery indeed Miney, classic, peaches en-regalia forever. I,m going to do a zappathon soon from freak out to Joe's Garage.
post #122 of 11177
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Originally Posted by quarry View Post

Read the story about Ms. Gardot on Amazon pretty amayzing, I like her voice also and will probably order it. Thats what I like about this thread, have you heard Eva Cassidy?

Mailman came today with Melody Gardot and it is awesome another winner from verve record label. It is very old school jazz. Also I have heard of Eva Cassidy but do not own any as of yet.
post #123 of 11177
Thread Starter 
Happy Easter:
Elvis: Amazing Grace
Johnny Cash: GOD.
post #124 of 11177
Earlier today: Marcus Miller M² (Telarc CD-83534)
Previously: The Hot Club of San Francisco Yerba Buena Bounce (RR-109)
Now: Mulet-Esquisses Byzantines, Eric Lebrun - organist (JAV155)
Next: Foo Fighters - The Colour and the Shape (RCA/Legacy)
post #125 of 11177
In my changer now:

Incubus - Morning View
The Cardigans - Best of
Muse - Black Holes and Revelations
KT Tunstall - Drastic Fantastic
post #126 of 11177
The Grateful Dead-Dick's Picks 1[12/19/73]
post #127 of 11177
I have been listening to DVD-Audio and SACD recently, but when I am listening to regular CDs, these are the 3 that have been getting the most play time.

Feist - The Reminder
Cardigans - Super Extra Gravity
Gorrilaz - Demon Days

Doug
post #128 of 11177
Beatles - White Album (LP Mono version)

-t
post #129 of 11177
Wes Montgomery, Smokin' at the Half Note
post #130 of 11177
The Who - Odds and Sods. Anybody watch the clapton crossroads festival DVD from Chicago , great sound. Jeff Beck does two songs and blows the audience away, and how about that bass player? It also has a clapton - winwood reunion and they do 3 Blind Faith songs.
post #131 of 11177
Electric Youth - Debbie Gibson (Japanese pressing)

post #132 of 11177
Thread Starter 
Day off
Linkin Park: Meteora, Hybrid Theory, Minutes To Midnight
The Beatles: No 1

On a side note off to Barnes and Noble To use this coupon for 40% off. Getting Allison Krauss Union Station Live and Led Zeppelin Mothership.
post #133 of 11177
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Originally Posted by longfellowfan View Post

Day off
Linkin Park: Meteora, Hybrid Theory, Minutes To Midnight
The Beatles: No 1

On a side note off to Barnes and Noble To use this coupon for 40% off. Getting Allison Krauss Union Station Live and Led Zeppelin Mothership.

Thanks for the coupon, I will make a trip tomorrow and see what I can find.It looks like you have a real varied taste in music. I have 1500 plus cds, 38 music DVDs and a few movies. Anyway thanks again.
post #134 of 11177
Riverside: Rapid Eye Movement, an excellent album, just got it today.
post #135 of 11177
Radiohead - In Rainbows - Vinyl - Fantastic
post #136 of 11177
Alice in Chains -Dirt and Jar of Flies (rediscovering my youth)

Shelby Lynne- Just a little lovin.
Great Album. I have always hated country music, but may pick up some of her country albums, after hearing her some of her Dusty Springfield renditions. I bought both the CD, and the 180 gram Vinyl LP.
post #137 of 11177
It's Saturday morning so something smooth and easy...

Al Stewart - Year of the Cat

-t
post #138 of 11177
Rediscovery of the week...



I cannot believe how good the vinyl sounds!
post #139 of 11177
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Originally Posted by Miney View Post

Rediscovery of the week...



I cannot believe how good the vinyl sounds!

Another great re-discovery from Miney, one of my all time favorite bands. Great album covers and music, seen them two times. Last night it was Dan Hicks and his Hot Licks (Wheres the Money).
post #140 of 11177
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Originally Posted by quarry View Post

Another great re-discovery from Miney, one of my all time favorite bands. Great album covers and music, seen them two times. Last night it was Dan Hicks and his Hot Licks (Wheres the Money).

Dayum... you have good taste in music, Quarry.
post #141 of 11177
In honor of his 63rd birthday...
post #142 of 11177
Dave Matthews Everyday

Counting Crows Films About Ghosts
post #143 of 11177
The new Counting Crows LP, Saturday Night and Sunday Mornings...
post #144 of 11177
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Electric Youth - Debbie Gibson (Japanese pressing)

Please, please tell us you are joking!
post #145 of 11177
Kinks - Muswell Hillbillies

"Oh demon alcohol..."
-t
post #146 of 11177
Pull - WTF?!?!?

Deb was a good Long Guy Land girl who made it big in the industry.

Okay, not BIG big. Just a little bit big. Okay, stop splitting hairs, she made sumthing.

My niece adored her when she sung at Roosevelt Field Mall.........my niece as 8 years old at the time.
post #147 of 11177
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Originally Posted by PULLIAMM View Post

Please, please tell us you are joking!

Say what you will, Debbie Gibson produced some seriously good pop songs....especially when she did it as a teenager. Don't make me break out her "Live in Concert" CD/VHS boxset

Currently listening to my $1.00 Salvation Army store find.....a 1984 Japanese Matsushita CD pressing of "Stars and Stripes"

post #148 of 11177
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Originally Posted by longfellowfan View Post

Day off
Linkin Park: Meteora, Hybrid Theory, Minutes To Midnight
The Beatles: No 1

On a side note off to Barnes and Noble To use this coupon for 40% off. Getting Allison Krauss Union Station Live and Led Zeppelin Mothership.

Thanks again for the B&n coupon, picked up 4 cds, Melody Gardot, Nick Lowe, Bon Iver, and Mark Knopfler for a average of 8 bucks each. Shuffled them last night for a little while, will give more serious listen later.
post #149 of 11177
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Originally Posted by quarry View Post

Thanks again for the B&n coupon, picked up 4 cds, Melody Gardot, Nick Lowe, Bon Iver, and Mark Knopfler for a average of 8 bucks each. Shuffled them last night for a little while, will give more serious listen later.

I really enjoy Melody Gardot. Glad you got some use out of the coupon. I have a ear infection so low db classical today nothing loud.
post #150 of 11177
Surprisingly fun....Tina Louise's "It's Time For Tina" CD

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