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YEEEHAWWW! Back to work tomorrow. My last day worked was Feb. 23. Just wanted to say "Thank You" to you guys for help in passing the time the last couple months. It really did help. Learned a lot about different types of music. Even purchased a few that I didn't even know existed. I will quit bothering you with the "Birthday" and "Died on this Date" stuff. Feels a few of the purists weren't too thrilled with the idea of posting streaming albums, cd's, greatest hits and the like. No more coffee and a smoke at 2am. I now have to start getting back up at 4AM again. Need to get back at it and loose the 10-15 pounds I think I gained. Will check back occasionally, mostly on the weekends now though. Once again, Thank You. Best to all of you and yours, Mike. (Ray is my middle name, M&B are my initials)
I don't see "purists only" in the thread title Mike I enjoyed your contributions to the board.

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Autoamerican is the fifth studio album by the American rock band Blondie, released in 1980.

The band released two singles from this album, "The Tide Is High" and "Rapture". "The Tide Is High" hit number 1 in several countries, including the US and the UK. "Rapture" became the first rap song ever to reach number 1 on the singles chart.

Chris Stein (age 70) is the co-founder and guitarist of the new wave band Blondie. While in Blondie, Stein and Debbie Harry maintained a romantic relationship but never married.

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YEEEHAWWW! Back to work tomorrow. My last day worked was Feb. 23. Just wanted to say "Thank You" to you guys for help in passing the time the last couple months. It really did help. Learned a lot about different types of music. Even purchased a few that I didn't even know existed. I will quit bothering you with the "Birthday" and "Died on this Date" stuff. Feels a few of the purists weren't too thrilled with the idea of posting streaming albums, cd's, greatest hits and the like. No more coffee and a smoke at 2am. I now have to start getting back up at 4AM again. Need to get back at it and loose the 10-15 pounds I think I gained. Will check back occasionally, mostly on the weekends now though. Once again, Thank You. Best to all of you and yours, Mike. (Ray is my middle name, M&B are my initials)



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YEEEHAWWW! Back to work tomorrow. My last day worked was Feb. 23. Just wanted to say "Thank You" to you guys for help in passing the time the last couple months. It really did help. Learned a lot about different types of music. Even purchased a few that I didn't even know existed. I will quit bothering you with the "Birthday" and "Died on this Date" stuff. Feels a few of the purists weren't too thrilled with the idea of posting streaming albums, cd's, greatest hits and the like. No more coffee and a smoke at 2am. I now have to start getting back up at 4AM again. Need to get back at it and loose the 10-15 pounds I think I gained. Will check back occasionally, mostly on the weekends now though. Once again, Thank You. Best to all of you and yours, Mike. (Ray is my middle name, M&B are my initials)
Thanks for the Jimi binge .

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Mike, I, for one, like the birthday & died on date stuff. Never hurts to have a little reverence for those that have entertained us for decades. Glad to hear you getting back to work. I have been fortunate to have my job, but working from home. That part has been “interesting”. It’s been good practice for my impending end of the year retirement.

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Christone "Kingfish" Ingram - Kingfish, 44.1/16 FLAC. Definitely the real deal. This is my favourite song off this album at the moment, not necessarily reflective of the rest of the album:


Here's something fun, despite the camcorder sound:


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YEEEHAWWW! Back to work tomorrow. My last day worked was Feb. 23. Just wanted to say "Thank You" to you guys for help in passing the time the last couple months. It really did help. Learned a lot about different types of music. Even purchased a few that I didn't even know existed. I will quit bothering you with the "Birthday" and "Died on this Date" stuff. Feels a few of the purists weren't too thrilled with the idea of posting streaming albums, cd's, greatest hits and the like. No more coffee and a smoke at 2am. I now have to start getting back up at 4AM again. Need to get back at it and loose the 10-15 pounds I think I gained. Will check back occasionally, mostly on the weekends now though. Once again, Thank You. Best to all of you and yours, Mike. (Ray is my middle name, M&B are my initials)
Good news. May well be joining you in the ranks of the employed in the coming week, and possibly without having to travel for the first time in 10 years, or so. I also have enjoyed your posts and hope to continue to do so. It's cool this thread helped make the time off easier. Also agree that it's good place to find new music and those that enjoy it.
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I think his Mozart is uniformly good and runs with the best. Less enchanted with the rest.

Continuing with the newer breed of artists, I suggest going from Lang to Wang for pleasing wider repertoire.

Appreciate the recommendation and the alliteration. On order.
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Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble - Soul to Soul, SACD (AP). Someone else who was the real deal. Stunning remaster on this Analogue Productions release, of course, but another nice feature of the Hybrid SACD version of the set (currently on sale at Acoustic Sounds for half-price, still a fair chunk of change) is the extra tracks. They are handled well with a brief snippet of Stevie in conversation (revealing an intelligent man with a profound grasp of his craft) between the end of the album and the extra tracks. This disc has him commenting on Hendrix followed by an instrumental medley of Little Wing/Third Stone from the Sun.
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Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble - Soul to Soul, SACD (AP). Someone else who was the real deal. Stunning remaster on this Analogue Productions release, of course, but another nice feature of the Hybrid SACD version of the set (currently on sale at Acoustic Sounds for half-price, still a fair chunk of change) is the extra tracks. They are handled well with a brief snippet of Stevie in conversation (revealing an intelligent man with a profound grasp of his craft) between the end of the album and the extra tracks. This disc has him commenting on Hendrix followed by an instrumental medley of Little Wing/Third Stone from the Sun.
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Benjamin Britten (1913-1976)
Four Sea Interludes & Passacaglia (from Peter Grimes)

Frank Bridge (1879-1941)
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Prince and The Revolution - Purple Rain, 96/24 FLAC. 2015 Paisley Park Remaster. Have to listen to it every now and again. With Kingfish's cover of Purple Rain and Vaughn covering Hendrix was thinking how even brilliant musicians just can't quite equal the originals when it comes to those two.
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Benjamin Britten (1913-1976)
Four Sea Interludes & Passacaglia (from Peter Grimes)

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The Sea

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Sensing there might be a theme to this disc.
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Sensing there might be a theme to this disc.
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You might be on to something.

Bridge was actually Britten's mentor/teacher. The conductor on this disc, Handley, was an expert and big supporter of British music (and he was British himself). He tried to champion Bridge and Bax as they were essentially forgotten/ignored with the "sea change" occurring later in their careers.
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Christone "Kingfish" Ingram - Kingfish, 44.1/16 FLAC. Definitely the real deal. This is my favourite song off this album at the moment, not necessarily reflective of the rest of the album:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVel...v&index=3&t=0s

Here's something fun, despite the camcorder sound:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuF7nmlzzJo

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You might be on to something.

Bridge was actually Britten's mentor/teacher. The conductor on this disc, Handley, was an expert and big supporter of British music (and he was British himself). He tried to champion Bridge and Bax as they were essentially forgotten/ignored with the "sea change" occurring later in their careers.
Ah, so more subtle and on-point than I had divined.
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Thanks for the tip. This dude is good, great tone.
Absolutely agree, great tone. His delicate touch on that track I linked to is so fabulous but also unexpected and surprising first time through the album in comparison to his playing on the more aggressive tracks.
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YEEEHAWWW! Back to work tomorrow. My last day worked was March 23. Just wanted to say "Thank You" to you guys for help in passing the time the last couple months. It really did help. Learned a lot about different types of music. Even purchased a few that I didn't even know existed. I will quit bothering you with the "Birthday" and "Died on this Date" stuff. Feels a few of the purists weren't too thrilled with the idea of posting streaming albums, cd's, greatest hits and the like. No more coffee and a smoke at 2am. I now have to start getting back up at 4AM again. Need to get back at it and loose the 10-15 pounds I think I gained. Will check back occasionally, mostly on the weekends now though. Once again, Thank You. Best to all of you and yours, Mike. (Ray is my middle name, M&B are my initials)
Excellent news! I have been fortunate in that I have been able to work (essential, but not in the medical/first responder realm) throughout these strange times. Although, my company had to make significant cuts as well as pay cuts for those still employed. I'm just happy to still have a job.

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The Clash - London Calling, CD. 25th Anniversary Legacy Edition. Another great album from the '80s. This is really a great presentation of this extraordinary album. The mastering makes clear how well engineered it is. All the instruments are easily identifiable and clearly placed enhancing the cohesive whole. And, the songs are just so damned good.
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That's great Mike. Does that mean, no time to post anymore? It does take some time, out of one's life...but whereas I once, took that time; talking about mega-buck gear. I'd much rather...talk about the music!

As for the "purist" thing; if that's partially because of my comments..."best-ofs", and that kind of thing. Sure; that's me. For me...if there's a band, I am not familiar with; or only somewhat interested in their work. I'll typically have a listen, to what is considered their "best" album; or maybe their first.

I like to think, of the collection of songs; as a work of "art". Best-ofs, are cherry-picking. But...I certainly don't judge; and you should listen...of course...to what you want.

While I think each of us, likes to flex a little musicology muscle here; I think what makes a civil group...is, it's ALL good
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