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Rediscovering the AC/DC catalog on CD with the latest remasters:

Favorite albums: Powerage, Highway to Hell, Back in Black
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Chris Duarte Group - Texas Sugar /Strat Magik



Monte Montgomery - Mirror

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Kenny Wayne Shepherd - Ledbetter Heights

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Atomic Mosquitos - Meltdown



A pretty good instrumental surf revival band.
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Eddie Kendricks - At His Best

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Atomic Mosquitos - Meltdown



A pretty good instrumental surf revival band.

Nice.

Having grown up listening to the Beach Boys, Dick Dale, Jan & Dean, et al (and still have the Trashmen's 'Surfing Bird') I have a soft spot for this genre. Glad to here it's still being done.

"Although your world wonders me, with your majestic and superior cackling hen / Your people I do not understand, so to you I shall put an end. And you'll never hear surf music again..." I believe was a tribute to Dick Dale..............
Edited by citizen arcane - 5/30/13 at 6:30pm
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Just finished Garth Brooks, "No Fences".. Now listening to Sons of the Pioneers, "Cool Water and Seventeen Timeless Western Favorites" both on vinyl.smile.gif
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Johnny Cash/Folsom Prison
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Rory Gallagher - Irish Tour

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Rory Gallagher - Irish Tour

great album from my favorite guitarist. was lucky enough to see him live twice in my lifetime. imo was one of the best live on stage performers ever
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was lucky enough to see him live twice in my lifetime. imo was one of the best live on stage performers ever

Saw him once in the 70s, we're fortunate to have experienced these guys...........
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Cassandra Wilson;Thunderbird,a real masterpiece.Too much compression,but the music is great.
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great album from my favorite guitarist. was lucky enough to see him live twice in my lifetime. imo was one of the best live on stage performers ever
yeah,me too.
True performer,
true musician
True pleasure in playing
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Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks - Return to Hicksville
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Snowy White - Anthology

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Godflesh-Streetcleaner

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Study In Brown

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Kylesa - Ultraviolet



Riffs!! Still can't help but enjoy their older material a bit more, but this is great
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Ax Genrich - Highdelberg




Ax Genrich and Band – Fretboard Jungle

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Kylesa - Ultraviolet



Riffs!! Still can't help but enjoy their older material a bit more, but this is great
Bought that today and it rocks!
Listening to this now.
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Dusty Springfield's "Dusty"
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Daft Punk-Random Access Memories

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Originally Posted by Spurrier Sucks View Post

Bought that today and it rocks!

Are you familiar with the rest of their material? I still think To Walk a Middle Course is my favorite; a good balance of their older crust-punk/sludge leanings with their newer psychedelic/experimental sound. Musically, I think Static Tensions is probably their most accomplished album.

and now....


Despise You - West Side Horizon
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Pat Metheny -- Secret Story



Great Sunday morning wake-up-with-coffee music (and I miss the days when I would get the Sunday paper too, but our paper is all but dead, as are many others). Besides, Pat's a genius who is always a delight to listen to and watch, and I love how he and pianist Lyle Mays compliment each others' playing.
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Roy Buchanan

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I imagine this is probably part of the cliche do not post list.....

The Police-Outlandos d'Amour

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Originally Posted by fatuglyguy View Post

Are you familiar with the rest of their material? I still think To Walk a Middle Course is my favorite; a good balance of their older crust-punk/sludge leanings with their newer psychedelic/experimental sound. Musically, I think Static Tensions is probably their most accomplished album.

and now....


Despise You - West Side Horizon
I'm not but I am going to be. I wouldn't have bought that if Kadavar wasn't sold out. I will try out some older stuff now.
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Originally Posted by postrokfan View Post

I imagine this is probably part of the cliche do not post list.....

The Police-Outlandos d'Amour

Why? The Police are great!
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Originally Posted by Spurrier Sucks View Post

I'm not but I am going to be. I wouldn't have bought that if Kadavar wasn't sold out. I will try out some older stuff now.
Why? The Police are great!

Just a little joke..
Posting heavily played (read "overplayed") rock albums tends to draw some playful criticism in this thread from time to time. I did post it anyway after all. wink.gif
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I see. Cool.smile.gif
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Helen Merrill - Clear Out of This World

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