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Milton Nascimento & Lo Borges
Clube da Esquina

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Happy 70th, Bituca happybirthday.gif
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A bit cheesy I know, but the instrumental below is just phenomenal (it really kicks in at about 40 seconds). I highly recommend getting this song in HQ and testing it out on your best speakers.
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Milton Nascimento & Lo Borges
Clube da Esquina
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Boa Rodrigues ! smile.gif
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Boa Rodrigues ! smile.gif

Thanks amigo smile.gif
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Godflesh-Pure

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Godflesh-Pure
Nice!

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Hardly new; but man...this is just flat-out great!

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women and children first - van halen
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Hardly new; but man...this is just flat-out great!
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Hello CD, what is the name of this disc?
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^ ^

Media Hostage, the disc is by Animal Collective and the album is called Merriweather Post Pavilion.
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Tom Waits-Frank's Wild Years

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Nice!

Thanks. For some reason I had a hankering for some "crunchy" industrial music last night. Pure delivers after all these years. I consider it one of the seminal albums from the genre.
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Media Hostage, the disc is by Animal Collective and the album is called Merriweather Post Pavilion.

Yes, sorry.
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Yes, sorry.

Thanks, both of you.
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Thanks, both of you.

Enjoy it!
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Florence and the Machine - Ceremonials
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Charles Mingus-Mingus, Mingus, Mingus, Mingus, Mingus

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Journey Greatest Hits! CD, has been my standard for 20 years, will bring some. Branford Marsellis also. CD.
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Zoot Sims - Zoot Sims and the Gershwin Brothers




Happy birthday, John!
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Deerhunter-Microcastle/Weird Era Continued

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Originally Posted by postrokfan View Post

Thanks. For some reason I had a hankering for some "crunchy" industrial music last night. Pure delivers after all these years. I consider it one of the seminal albums from the genre.
My favourite will always be Streetcleaner but Pure isn't far behind it.

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My favourite will always be Streetcleaner but Pure isn't far behind it.

Streetcleaner is definitely up there (probably the most popular with fans of the band). Personally, I like the different sound on each of the albums. It's strange, realizing that Broadrick was so young when he started the band.
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Ramones-Rocket to Russia

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Sarah Vaughan and Clifford Brown - Sarah Vaughan and Clifford Brown





Happy Birthday, Clifford!
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King Crimson

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ROIOs:
Fillmore East - Nov 21 1969
Fillmore West - Dec 13 & 14 1969
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Genesis | a trick of the tail

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Lake Trout-Not Them You

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Hampton Hawes

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Great American Music Hall
Aug 28, 1976 - 1st Set
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The first, from the disturbed genius that was Mark Linkous' Sparklehorse (vivadixiesubmarinetranmissionplot). Not as good as Good Morning Spider; but worth a spin.

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Born in '67; just like me biggrin.gif

You know...sooo many great albums released that year. The first one from The Doors, Jefferson Airplane's Surrealistic Pillow, first from VU (lots of firsts!), first from Jimi; first time we hear Janis...first time we hear Van the Man (although Blowin' Your Mind! was hardly a great album...and I still maintain, that Astral Weeks should be considered Van's debut). Let's see...Safe As Milk, the first from Beefheart; Disraeli Gears from Cream. Debut from Traffic; oh...and a little something from the Beatles, that would change the World forever wink.gif

OK; when I started this post...the point was supposed to be, even with all those great titles...I'd still take this one second. After typing them all out, that's a hard case to make, lol. I mean hell; you could take these titles from '67 alone...to that desert island, and stay a happy listener. But still...this is an undisputed masterpiece!

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Edited by CDLehner - 11/2/12 at 7:13pm
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