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Frank Zappa - 4'33″
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Blood on the Tracks - SACD robert zimmerman
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Opeth - My Arms, Your Hearse LP, Grrrrrrrrrrrrr!
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Wow. I just picked up Annie Lennox "Songs of Mass Destruction" which came out sometime last year but it sounds great on my stereo. Surprised it's this good.

-Rick
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Allot of Vinyl, within the last week:
Japanese promo pressing of Steely Dan's...Goucho
Japanese promo pressing of Tom Waits...Blue Valentine
Korn...untitled
Seal...System
Kate Bush...Ariel
UK first pressing of XTC...Big Express
UK pressing of McCartney...Ram
post #66 of 11287
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Originally Posted by milaz001 View Post

Sarah Vaughn w/ Cliff Brown.

Now you're talking! Clifford Brown was amazing!

frenchmon
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Originally Posted by Kevin Tx View Post

Tommy Bolin - Teaser


would that be Post-Toasties?

frenchmon
post #68 of 11287
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Originally Posted by longfellowfan View Post

10" of snow on the ground time to stay inside and I listened to the Following:
The Killers: Hot Fuss
Pearl Jam: Riot Act
Christina Aguleria: Back to Basics
Dave Matthews Band: Under the Table and Dreaming

I am a native St. Louisian, and moved to North Carolina 7 years ago. I am moving back to the Lou this summer and can't wait! I spoke to my peeps in St. Louis the other day and they told me about the snow....I aint looking forward to that!

frenchmon
post #69 of 11287
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Originally Posted by biffva View Post

Frank Zappa - 4'33″

Saw him a few times in the 80's....wonderful stage show.

frenchmon
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by frenchmon View Post

I am a native St. Louisian, and moved to North Carolina 7 years ago. I am moving back to the Lou this summer and can't wait! I spoke to my peeps in St. Louis the other day and they told me about the snow....I aint looking forward to that!

frenchmon

I have always lived in here I hate the hot humid summers but love going to the stadium in the spring and the fall. The last snow we got 10" and the week before we had temps near 70F. You got to love St. Louis weather ever changing.
post #71 of 11287
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Originally Posted by CETA1 View Post

Wow. I just picked up Annie Lennox "Songs of Mass Destruction" which came out sometime last year but it sounds great on my stereo. Surprised it's this good.

-Rick

She is a perfectionist. All of her recordings sound great (solo and with Eurythmics.) That is an excellent CD.
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Originally Posted by frenchmon View Post

Saw him a few times in the 80's....wonderful stage show.

frenchmon

When I saw him, some idiot tossed a beer can onto the stage. Zappa raised his baton, and there was instant dead silence. He stood like that until security tossed the guy out, then dropped his baton and the music started exactly where it left off! I doubt that there has ever been a tighter band than that.
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Mail lady just came with Herbie Hancock: Possibilites, Paramore: Riot, Eddie Vedder: Into the Wild, and Amy Winehouse: Back to Black. Time to listen.
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Opeth - Damnation
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Sahib Shihab - Sahib Shihab & The Danish Radio Jazz Group
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Originally Posted by frenchmon View Post

would that be Post-Toasties?

frenchmon

Nope, the album is called Teaser.
Released in 1975 prior to "Private Eyes" with Post Toastee

Rush - Caress of Steel on the platter now
post #77 of 11287
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Originally Posted by Kevin Tx View Post

Nope, the album is called Teaser.
Released in 1975 prior to "Private Eyes" with Post Toastee

Rush - Caress of Steel on the platter now

Tommy Bolin died right after post toasties right?

frenchmon
post #78 of 11287
Little Dragon - Little Dragon
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Jethro Tull-Live At Montreaux 2003
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Breaking in my little office system (apple lossless -> Citypulse DAC -> Jolida 102b -> Paradigm Atoms):

Blonde Redhead - 23
Catpower - Jukebox
Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend
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Theo Parrish - Sound Sculptures, Volumes 1 & 2
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Smashing Pumpkins: Rotten Apples Greatest Hits
Madonna: Music
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Billy Joel SACD (Innocent Man, 52nd St., and Stranger) and The Dreaming (Chris Hall from Stabbing Westward's new band)...
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Tommy Bolin died right after post toasties right?

frenchmon

Yeah like alot of his friends did.
I believe he is at rest in Sioux City Iowa
post #85 of 11287
Lizz Wright - Orchard
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Damien Rice : 9 again to put me to sleep. This is one nice relaxing album
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well, coda just ended. i now have on santanas 'lotus'; (dont know if it was sold in us). also, switched aphex into circuit.

its copied from the vinyl i purchased in tokyo onto a (now 30? yr old) memorex mrx2 cassette but the foam pads on those old memorex cassettes come off so i 'chiseled' apart the old memorex screw-less cassette shell and re-installed recorded tape in a new maxell shell w screws and all new foam pads and friction pads.

(did this to about 200 memorex cassettes about 5 yrs ago.(lots 'o spare time, i have). that 'renews' old cassettes very well. the vast majority of the tapes actually hold their signal fairly well, as hard as it is to believe (and the aphex helps make up for the ones that dont).

and thats going back to '73! and some store-botten ones from '71-free 'fire and water', 'zachariah' sound track, and others.

now playing: 2nd half of 'lotus'!
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now playing: 2nd half of 'lotus'!

thats over.
now onto 'skys '1812 overture', long a favorite!

on an original 35? yr old tdk c90 no less!
thanks to the powers that be for nakamichi and aphex. and i must'nt forget tdk.
post #89 of 11287
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Originally Posted by westgate View Post

thats over.
now onto 'skys '1812 overture', long a favorite!

on an original 35? yr old tdk c90 no less!
thanks to the powers that be for nakamichi and aphex. and i must'nt forget tdk.

whoooooaaaaaaaa, this overture is giving me chills. as usual. the way its suppose to.

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Thread Starter 
I just ordered Melody Gardot's new Cd. I saw this on Itunes and love this girls her voice is amazing. No one locally had this cd in stock so ordered though Amazon and it is backordered 6 to 10 days . Well I am stuck listening online via her website.
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