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Standing in the Shadows of Motown------------Original Soundtrack
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All The RoadRunning...... Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris

I had never heard Emmylou Harris until now. May have to pickup a few albums after this.
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Electric Music for the Mind and Body------------Country Joe & the Fish
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At Folsom Prison---------Johnny Cash
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Originally Posted by MadMartigan69 View Post

All The RoadRunning...... Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris

I had never heard Emmylou Harris until now. May have to pickup a few albums after this.

There's a pretty good DVD-A called: Emmylou Harris: Producer's Cut. It has a good selection of her music over time and great AQ.
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The Essential Bing Crosby-------------Bing Crosby
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Greatest Hits---------Nat King Cole
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Asylum Choir II--------Leon Russell & Marc Benno
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Leon Russell---------Leon Russel
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Leon Russell And The Shelter People--------Leon Russel
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Rare Earth in Concert-----------Rare Earth
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Rare Earth in Concert-----------Rare Earth

I have to say something. Are you going to keep posting till you get through your entire collection? Could you please give us all a hint about when this might happen?
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Before The Flood-----------Bob Dylan/The Band

CD I
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Originally Posted by rdgrimes View Post

I have to say something. Are you going to keep posting till you get through your entire collection? Could you please give us all a hint about when this might happen?

I don't often post here actually.

Though I'd give this site another try though.

How about yourself? Do you spin a lot of music?
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The original Enigma album. Absolutely fantastic.
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Originally Posted by MadMartigan69 View Post

....I had never heard Emmylou Harris until now. May have to pickup a few albums after this.

Emmylou Harris, wow! Much loved; probably much underappreciated and a real sweetheart.

There's been so much great Emmylou Harris stuff over the years that it's hard to know what to pick out. It actually seems to have gotten to the point that no singer's career is complete, or truly legitimized, unless they have harmonized with her.
While, she has continued to improve, the beginning seems like an excellent place to start; spotlighting, as it does, the emergence of the (then revolutionary) genre of country rock (The importance of Emmylou's voice in the creation of country rock cannot be overstated.) and perhaps the rock era's first tragic love story.

How Did You Meet Emmylou Harris

Gram & Emmylou - Six Days on the Road, Bony Maronie & more

Gram Parsons & Emmylou Harris - Return of a Grievous Angel


Just in case there could be some who might think this is what traditional country music used to sound like. Far from it! The traditional country establishment hated this stuff with a passion and thought it was an ugly and almost blasphemous miss treatment of their musical history and miss use of their cultural imagery. (there was a lot of stuff going on at that time.)
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Before The Flood-----------Bob Dylan/The Band

CD II
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The Essential Bing Crosby-------------Bing Crosby

Buh-buh-buh-boo.
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Gothic Kabbalah----------Therion

CD I
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Gothic Kabbalah----------Therion

CD II
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Originally Posted by Rammitinski View Post

Buh-buh-buh-boo.

This is an especially good album.

buh-buh-buh-boo
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Waterstation----------Tim Clement
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Veckatimest--------------Grizzly Bear
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Soldier Of Love-------------Sade
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The Gilded Palace of Sin-----------The Flying Burrito Brothers
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This is a nice, and beautiful-sounding release from Blue Note. Think Pat Metheny, but with piano at the forefront rather than guitar.



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Sam Cooke Live: At The Harlem Square Club. New on 180gm Vinyl. Great live soul.
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Let It Be... Naked---------The Beatles
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Live At the Ryman----------Levon Helm
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1/09/01, The Bottom Line, New York City---------------Hot Tuna

CD I
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