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Jack Johnson, "Sleep Through the Static"
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Kate Bush - Hounds of Love (Japanese 1st pressing CD)

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Originally Posted by ematcion View Post

Kate Bush - Hounds of Love (Japanese 1st pressing CD)

Thank you for the reminder. As soon as I read your post, I jumped over to Amazon and ordered the remastered version (I currently only have the original 1982 CD version.)
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Allman Brothers Band, "Beginnings" Love the way they intro into Not My Cross to Bear.
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Originally Posted by PULLIAMM View Post

Thank you for the reminder. As soon as I read your post, I jumped over to Amazon and ordered the remastered version (I currently only have the original 1982 CD version.)

I was never a fan of hers and I haven't hear this album since the 80s. However, when I got this CD last week, I couldn't believe what I was missing. Now officially a Kate Bush fan.
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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.

I saw Zappa and the Mothers at the Atlantic City Rock Festival in 1969. The only band that I "might" think could match them for tightness would be King Crimson.
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Originally Posted by ematcion View Post

I was never a fan of hers and I haven't hear this album since the 80s. However, when I got this CD last week, I couldn't believe what I was missing. Now officially a Kate Bush fan.

It is a great album, but does not guarantee liking all of her stuff. Some of her recordings are quite a lot different. Arial, however, is a certified masterpiece.
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Arial, however, is a certified masterpiece.

Heard great things about her last studio album. Have to pick it up.
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I am rediscovering a lot of CD's with my new setup in terms of I'm finding new instruments, new "layers" to music I haven't heard before. Right now my most listened to CD is "Siamese Dream" by the Smashing Pumpkins. I know SP isn't "for everyone", but I think this CD is really solid from beginning to end. Lots of instruments layered on top of one another and a few tracks like "Soma" have great dynamics to them.
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I am rediscovering a lot of CD's with my new setup in terms of I'm finding new instruments, new "layers" to music I haven't heard before. Right now my most listened to CD is "Siamese Dream" by the Smashing Pumpkins. I know SP isn't "for everyone", but I think this CD is really solid from beginning to end. Lots of instruments layered on top of one another and a few tracks like "Soma" have great dynamics to them.

There was I time when I liked them, but my tastes have changed. In fact, I have just about quit listening to any type of rock (jazz, new age, and world music make up at least 80% of my listening now.)
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Rediscovery of the week.....

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Neil Young - Decade
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New to the AVS forum, wish I still had the Talk-Talk album, great album. Westgate or anybody else listen to Choclate Watchband? Vinyl wise last listened to Long John Baldry-Everything stops for tea, Muddy Waters-Folksinger chess label nice sound vinyl or cd. Recently listened to F. Zappa-Burnt Weeny Sandwich still sounds great WPLJ.
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Thread Starter 
U2: Joshua Tree, All That you can't leave behind, Zooropa
Herbie Hancock: River
Damien Rice: O and 9
post #105 of 11182
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Originally Posted by quarry View Post

New to the AVS forum, wish I still had the Talk-Talk album, great album. Westgate or anybody else listen to Choclate Watchband? Vinyl wise last listened to Long John Baldry-Everything stops for tea, Muddy Waters-Folksinger chess label nice sound vinyl or cd. Recently listened to F. Zappa-Burnt Weeny Sandwich still sounds great WPLJ.

my man, long john baldry!!!!!

i got one of his lps, its stashed away somewhere, right now and i forget the title.
but my fav song, off another lp, i only have a cassette copy of just the one song , is

'dont put no boogy-woogy on the king of rock and roll'!

just cant get enuff of that song!
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Originally Posted by westgate View Post

my man, long john baldry!!!!!

i got one of his lps, its stashed away somewhere, right now and i forget the title.
but my fav song, off another lp, i only have a cassette copy of just the one song , is

'dont put the boogy-woogy on the king of rock and roll'!

just cant get enuff of that song!

The album you have stashed away is (It Aint Easy) and that has (Dont try to lay no Boogie Woogie on the King of R&R) I just picked up that Cd a while back mainly because of that song. They reissued both albums on Cd, Mr. Baldry passed away not to long ago R.I.P. Unfortunately I removed my turntable to make room for a new Pioneer Rec., although I do plan on setting up a another system with a vintage marantz Rec, and some old Coral speakers I purchased in Hong Kong while in the Navy. Couple other albums I listened to before removing player, John Mayall (Back to the Roots) and Savoy Brown (Raw Sienna).
post #107 of 11182
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Originally Posted by quarry View Post

The album you have stashed away is (It Aint Easy) and that has (Dont try to lay no Boogie Woogie on the King of R&R) I just picked up that Cd a while back mainly because of that song. They reissued both albums on Cd, Mr. Baldry passed away not to long ago R.I.P. Unfortunately I removed my turntable to make room for a new Pioneer Rec., although I do plan on setting up a another system with a vintage marantz Rec, and some old Coral speakers I purchased in Hong Kong while in the Navy. Couple other albums I listened to before removing player, John Mayall (Back to the Roots) and Savoy Brown (Raw Sienna).

ill dig out the ljb lp. its not the one u mention. the taped song is from the lp u do mention and i dont have that lp.
im still using a 35 yr old pioneer qa800a 4 channel amp i personally bought in tokyo while i was in the u.s. army (camp drake/camp zama). we used to hang out down at yukusuka naval base sometimes. A LONG TIME AGO!

im intending to get a surround processor for use w my home theater gear and use the pios 2 rear channels for surround sound.

yes, ljb, rip!
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Originally Posted by Miney View Post

Rediscovery of the week.....


Love that Zappa! The Grand Wazoo is another good instrumental Zappa album.

Currently I'm listening to:

Nektar: Remember the Future
Blue Oyster Cult: Cultosaurus Erectus, Tyranny and Mutation
Dream Theater: Systematic Chaos, Train of Thought, and Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence (second CD)
SymphonyX: Paradise Lost (been on a heavy metal binge lately - well, except for Nektar)
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Alex Skolnick Trio - Transformation
Pat Metheny Trio - Day Trip
Steve Nelson - Sound Effects
The Bennie Maupin Ensemble - Penumbra


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Herbie Hancock: River

Great disc. Album of the Year. Everyone should have it. SQ is superb.
post #110 of 11182
2 Re-mastered Jethro Tull - This Was and Stand Up. Sound excellent.
Re-mastered U2 - Joshua Tree
Led Zeppelin Box set of a few years ago. Jimmy Page is an artist with re-mastering of old Zep tunes.

Ellen Foley LP, wish it had been put out on CD...

-t
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Supertramp - Crime of the Century
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Ellen Foley LP, wish it had been put out on CD...

She sang on Meat Loaf's Bat Out of Hell album, if I recall correctly.
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Turning Japanese - the Best of the Vapors

what can i say - i'm old, but love some of that 80's pop
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Originally Posted by PULLIAMM View Post

She sang on Meat Loaf's Bat Out of Hell album, if I recall correctly.

You got it!

I have 2 albums, "Night Out" and "Spirit of St. Louis" both great.
The 2nd album has many songs co-written by Joe Strummer and Mick Jones of the Clash. I think she was going out with Mick Jones at the time...

Great voice.

-t
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Currently getting "into the groove" with this Madonna CD

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Originally Posted by teknoguy View Post

You got it!

I have 2 albums, "Night Out" and "Spirit of St. Louis" both great.
The 2nd album has many songs co-written by Joe Strummer and Mick Jones of the Clash. I think she was going out with Mick Jones at the time...

Great voice.

-t

I used to think it was her picture with him on the cover, but in fact that was just a model (who doesn't sing.)
post #117 of 11182
Currently Pissin' the night away with:

Chumbawamba

B-52's - Cosmic Thing : Whoa, Whoa Whoa Whoa, WhWh Whoa!

Everything but the girl - Worldwide (1990) Recently got this. Their sound is so cool and sophisticated.


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(jazz, new age, and world music make up at least 80% of my listening now.)

I've been into these for about 20 years. Most resently: Celtic

Speaking of World music, I've gotta plug one of the best bands ever(they're independant and unknown to most people) : Barrage www.Barrage.org
post #118 of 11182
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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.


Read the story about Ms. Gardot on Amazon pretty amayzing, I like her voice also and will probably order it. Thats what I like about this thread, have you heard Eva Cassidy?
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Originally Posted by westgate View Post

ill dig out the ljb lp. its not the one u mention. the taped song is from the lp u do mention and i dont have that lp.
im still using a 35 yr old pioneer qa800a 4 channel amp i personally bought in tokyo while i was in the u.s. army (camp drake/camp zama). we used to hang out down at yukusuka naval base sometimes. A LONG TIME AGO!

im intending to get a surround processor for use w my home theater gear and use the pios 2 rear channels for surround sound.

yes, ljb, rip!

I also bought a pioneer amp while in Japan it was even Quad 4ch. when that tried to be the next best thing. My ships port was Sasebo. Anyway just finished listening to a dbl cd of Otis Redding, great stuff, so much music so little time.
post #120 of 11182
I just picked up the re=master 30th anniversary edition's of the Joy Division catalog -
Unknown Pleasures
Closer
Still

They have done a great job with the sound of the bonus material - which is a live show that was recorded around the time of the release of the original albums (except Still since Ian Curtis was dead when the album was released)
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