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Ryan Adams
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Russian Circles-Enter

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Originally Posted by Will2007 View Post

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers -- Mojo

These guys have never slipped into irrelevance. Been listening to them since 1978 and seen 'em live twice, in '87 and in '12. They rock as hard as anyone and still put out great new music.

I agree. Mojo is a great album. It's extremely rare for someone from the "classic rock" era to still be putting out good albums, but this is as good as anything Tom Petty has done IMO. Great sound quality too. The Blu-ray version is excellent.
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Truckfighters - Mania



Great Swedish hard rock band.
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I agree. Mojo is a great album. It's extremely rare for someone from the "classic rock" era to still be putting out good albums, but this is as good as anything Tom Petty has done IMO. Great sound quality too. The Blu-ray version is excellent.

The Blu-ray version is indeed excellent, as is the Blu-ray of Damn the Torpedoes. IIRC, the recording engineer for both albums posted here around the time of their release and provided some insight about how much fun the band had during the remastering sessions and how proud they were of the results.

They are touring again this summer, and they put on a great show and play for a long time. If you have a chance to see them, you get your money's worth, in my opinion. They have been together so long and are incredibly tight, not sloppy at all. Tom's a great story teller too.
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Roxy Music -- Avalon



Bryan Ferry is such a talented songwriter, and this is a great album. I am enjoying his many solo albums as well.
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Loved that album. Korn has a way of making dysfunction sound good.
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Loved that album. Korn has a way of making dysfunction sound good.

Haha yeah, Korn has a lot of decent melody to be found sandwiched between the chaos and as you say dysfunction.
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Jerry McCain -- American Roots: Blues

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Originally Posted by Will2007 View Post

The Blu-ray version is indeed excellent, as is the Blu-ray of Damn the Torpedoes. IIRC, the recording engineer for both albums posted here around the time of their release and provided some insight about how much fun the band had during the remastering sessions and how proud they were of the results.

They are touring again this summer, and they put on a great show and play for a long time. If you have a chance to see them, you get your money's worth, in my opinion. They have been together so long and are incredibly tight, not sloppy at all. Tom's a great story teller too.

I agree too - 'Mojo' is very good.
I just wish that every artist would also release everything on Blu-ray audio as well as Red Book CD...Blu-ray audio is the bets IMO...
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Tommy Bolin - Whips And Roses I & II



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Dan Deacon-Bromst

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Cyril Achard - Confusion

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Jay and the Americans Greatest Hits....great Jay Black belting out Cara Mia.
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Jay and the Americans Greatest Hits....great Jay Black belting out Cara Mia.

What a blast from the past - i had the 45 "Come A Little Bit Closer" when I was a kid............
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Ana Popovic - Ana! Live In Amsterdam

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Tom Scott & the L.A. Express - Tom Cat





Happy 65th, Tom!
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I really enjoy the occasional listening of the 45 - Tom Scott & The L.A. Express - The Nine Lives Of Fritz the Cat OST; a really funky single from the second Fritz the Cat movie.

Worth seeking out if you're a fan.
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johnny winter - deluxe edition
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Wolf Parade-Expo 86

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Larry Carlton & Steve Lukather - No Substitutions - Live in Osaka

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Alice in Chains MTV Unplugged



Dire Straits

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Phil Miller - Digging In

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Larry Carlton & Steve Lukather - No Substitutions - Live in Osaka


Nice. I've got this one.

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Mastodon-Leviathan

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Warren Zevon -- (Self Titled)

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Led Zeppelin - Mothership (2 CDs) Digitally Remastered.

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Mahogany Rush - Strange Universe



Remember Frank Marino?

Mahogany Rush -Live


Edited by citizen arcane - 5/21/13 at 2:19pm
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^^^^Speaking of guitarists who sound like Hendrix, I am listening to Terry Kath burn it up on this:

Chicago Transit Authority



Surely this album was one of the most audacious and auspicious recording debuts by any rock band. I count myself lucky to have seen them twice while Terry Kath was still with them (I saw them many years after his death too, and they were not the same band). Hendrix himself told their saxophonist at one of their live shows in LA before they had recorded anything that Kath was better than him (meaning Hendrix). That's evident all over this album, particularly on Introduction and Poem 58. In the latter, don't let Kath's clean rhythm playing fool you at the beginning; he taps into the overdrive channel and turns on the distortion late in the first minute, and man does he make you think you're going to fry your speakers and burn a fuse in your amp. That's rock and roll.

Does anybody really know what time it is? Does anybody really care?
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