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Mountain | Climbing!

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This one rocks pretty darn hard. Well, as far as Cowboy Junkies releases go. Not the stereotypical associated dreamy wooziness of the Trinity Sessions era.


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Ornette Coleman Trio-At the Golden Circle, Stockholm

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Kind of blue (Legacy Edition) - Miles Davis
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OTC - Dusk At Cubist Castle
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mike ness - cheating at solitaire
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This morning

Laurel Masse - Alone Together

Donald Fagan - The Nightfly

John Coltraine - Live at the Village Vanguard

hard to know where to go next eek.gif
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The Helio Sequence-Keep Your Eyes Ahead

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Originally Posted by CDLehner View Post

The new one from Yo La Tengo - Fade

WoW, do I dig this. The opener Ohm, Well You Better, Stupid Things, I'll Be Around, and Cornelia And Jane; all stand-out tracks. 5 stand-outs out of 10 tracks; that's a very good album (and it's not like the others are dogs).


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Originally Posted by postrokfan View Post

Ornette Coleman Trio-At the Golden Circle, Stockholm


I checked this out. I'm always trying to get beyond the "mainstream", when it comes to Jazz. With Jazz, it's hard to find the stuff you like; there's SOOO much of it, and it's not like you can say "I like Pink Floyd; do you think I'll like such and such". SOOO many players, and combinations; and different styles, even within those same players. I guess Classical must be even harder...but I digress.

Anyway, I really liked this (and plan to check-out Vol. 2 as well). The kind of playing I do like; challenging enough, not to feel like "background" music...yet still enough structure and "melody", not to sound like "random noise" anyone could play, lol. Great sound on this to boot. Thanks (again) PF!
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I checked this out. I'm always trying to get beyond the "mainstream", when it comes to Jazz. With Jazz, it's hard to find the stuff you like; there's SOOO much of it, and it's not like you can say "I like Pink Floyd; do you think I'll like such and such". SOOO many players, and combinations; and different styles, even within those same players. I guess Classical must be even harder...but I digress.

Anyway, I really liked this (and plan to check-out Vol. 2 as well). The kind of playing I do like; challenging enough, not to feel like "background" music...yet still enough structure and "melody", not to sound like "random noise" anyone could play, lol. Great sound on this to boot. Thanks (again) PF!

Your thoughts on this album remind me of the types of things Coleman's critics might have said. He was a bit of an outsider. That's probably one of the reasons I like his stuff.

By the way, Five Magics is probably one of my favorite Megadeth songs.
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Brahms/Schumann: Violin Concertos (Joshua Bell-soloist)

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Billy Cobham - Crosswinds



Jazz Is Dead - Blue Light Rain



Billy Cobham - The Art Of Three

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Eberhard Weber - The Colours of Chloë




Happy 73rd, Eberhard!
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I'm a big fan of Eberhard Weber, thanks for posting and indeed happy birthday to him. Hope he is recovering OK from the stroke he had a few years ago.
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I'm a big fan of Eberhard Weber, thanks for posting and indeed happy birthday to him. Hope he is recovering OK from the stroke he had a few years ago.

 

Big fan here, too (huge fan of 70's ECM music in general). Was not aware about the stroke. Wondered why I hadn't heard about any recent doings. Thanks for that info.

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Fugazi-13 Songs



A little DC punk for relaxing on a Tuesday evening. wink.gif
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Greg Brown - the poet game

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Yea, because someone posted this one earlier. Been a while since I've given it a listen:



Also,

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Wishbone Ash
King Will Come: Live Audio CD


Edited by Rodrigues_Brazil - 1/23/13 at 4:42am
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My first Pic Sorry if i did it wrong But it's my DBX Discs!!!!!!!!!
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AFI - Black Sails in the Sunset
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Gary Burton - Paris Encounter




HAPPY 69TH, GARY!
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Originally Posted by CruelInventions View Post

Yea, because someone posted this one earlier. Been a while since I've given it a listen:


As much as I like Millions I prefer TNT


Edited by citizen arcane - 1/23/13 at 1:54pm
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Yusef Lateef - Eastern Sounds

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We went from "Yusuf Islam" a few posts above, to "Yusef Lateef". biggrin.gif

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As much as I like Millions I prefer TNT

I don't have that one but I've heard it's dynOmite.

But seriously, I'll have to check it out.
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As much as I like Millions I prefer TNT


Good stuff. I really like TNT.
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The Good, The Bad & the Queen

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Camel - Camel

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