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pauldo
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Username: pauldo

Post Number: 1139
Registered: 6-2006
Posted on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 - 3:26 pm:   Edit Post

Downloaded an archived show from last Sunday on WMSE (http://www.wmse.org/) to listen to at work.

WMSE may be the greatest radio station ever, (2nd to Bass On The Broadband) they have an eclectic schedule covering all genres of music. And they play stuff you have never heard AND spin a whole lot of vinyl!

The show that I downloaded (free downloads in their archive section) was The Modern Chamber, a classical show with a bit of a spin, playing the likes of Edgar Varese, Giacinto Scelsi and others.

At the end of the show the DJ played Ralph Vaughan Williams - The Lark Ascending. We all know the power of music, this song transcended into my soul and blew me open. I am trying to find out who performed the version they played, there is a bunch on YouTube, the one I heard was just violin and piano. The tone of the violin was delicious.

This is close to that version; tune in, close your eyes and soar!
http://youtube.com/watch?v=3b0rN43q6jo
pace
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Username: pace

Post Number: 994
Registered: 4-2004
Posted on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 - 6:52 pm:   Edit Post

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucRrkGipVLE
pace
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Username: pace

Post Number: 995
Registered: 4-2004
Posted on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 - 7:07 pm:   Edit Post

grab your Canadian Tuxedo and your mullet wig and hop in my time machine....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sz3MNQrzc4E
pace
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Username: pace

Post Number: 996
Registered: 4-2004
Posted on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 - 8:02 pm:   Edit Post

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsR0Y-sWk-E
pace
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Username: pace

Post Number: 997
Registered: 4-2004
Posted on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 - 8:26 pm:   Edit Post

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfxoM6trtZE
pace
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Username: pace

Post Number: 998
Registered: 4-2004
Posted on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 - 8:58 pm:   Edit Post

god bless waylon and moon...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KwsfQV3mwPc
pace
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Username: pace

Post Number: 999
Registered: 4-2004
Posted on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 - 9:09 pm:   Edit Post

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3z-GwdaKrn8
pace
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Username: pace

Post Number: 1000
Registered: 4-2004
Posted on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 - 9:25 pm:   Edit Post

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDk6fvkEp2k
pace
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Username: pace

Post Number: 1001
Registered: 4-2004
Posted on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 - 9:33 pm:   Edit Post

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OojELG9EkdA
bigredbass
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Username: bigredbass

Post Number: 2143
Registered: 9-2002
Posted on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 - 10:10 pm:   Edit Post

Let's see . . . . .

'Bakersfield', Vince Gill and Paul Franklin

'The Road Home', a live Heart project produced by John Paul Jones

'Rock and Roll Party', the Jeff Beck Les Paul Tribute with Darrel Higham and Imelda May (when I'm not watching the 'Live at Ronnie Scott's' DVD). Jeff Beck can play anything. Anything.

Supertramp's Greatest Hits.

'The New York Rock and Soul Review', Donald Fagen's 'My Old School' tribute CD with Boz Scaggs, Mike MacDonald, and Phoebe Snow.

'Sam and Dave's Greatest Hits', virtually all BT and the MG's backing, never gets old.

J o e y
davehouck
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Username: davehouck

Post Number: 11320
Registered: 5-2002
Posted on Saturday, May 03, 2014 - 5:06 pm:   Edit Post

Wayne Shorter.

I haven't been listening to much of anything recently for a number of reasons; but yesterday I found myself listening to Wayne Shorter, from different periods, from the Miles Davis Quintet up to Shorter's current quartet. It was an education; I found that I had a deeper appreciation of, a deeper knowing of, music; just from listing to him. I've long thought that version of the Miles Davis Quintet was amazing, something special in the history of music; but yesterday was different. It was a deeper level of understanding, of "knowing", of connecting. So that's what I've been listing to; Wayne Shorter. And I am grateful for the experience.
sonicus
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Username: sonicus

Post Number: 3350
Registered: 5-2009
Posted on Saturday, May 03, 2014 - 7:21 pm:   Edit Post

Dave,
I too am impressed by Mr. Wayne Shorter !
I really love " The All Seeing Eye " album from 1965___

Recorded for Blue Note by Mr. Rudy Van Gelder ( one of my all time favorite recording engineers)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_All_Seeing_Eye

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6Lg2oiBlus&list=PL551E39DF1BEB450E

I hope that you all enjoy it as much as I do ___

Wolf
rami
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Username: rami

Post Number: 1047
Registered: 6-2002
Posted on Sunday, May 04, 2014 - 8:30 am:   Edit Post

I'm a big fan of Glenn Gould. I LOVE this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-gEI4VBEDk

Enjoy my friends!
rami
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Username: rami

Post Number: 1048
Registered: 6-2002
Posted on Sunday, May 04, 2014 - 8:30 am:   Edit Post

I'm a big fan of Glenn Gould. I LOVE this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-gEI4VBEDk

Enjoy my friends!
hammer
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Username: hammer

Post Number: 479
Registered: 9-2009
Posted on Sunday, May 04, 2014 - 10:49 pm:   Edit Post

Listening to Charlie Hayden today with The Liberation Music Orchestra (The Ballad of the Fallen), Ornette Coleman (Broken Shadows) and Keith Jarrett (Treasure Island; Fort Yawuh). One of the most lyrical double bassists I have heard.
lbpesq
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Username: lbpesq

Post Number: 5735
Registered: 7-2004
Posted on Monday, May 05, 2014 - 9:30 am:   Edit Post

Spent a lot of the weekend watching the New Orleans Jazz Festival. Lots of great music.

Bill, tgo
jacko
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Username: jacko

Post Number: 3526
Registered: 10-2002
Posted on Tuesday, May 06, 2014 - 4:28 am:   Edit Post

Ricki Lee Jones. last chance texaco from her eponymous debut album. I have to say, I can't fault a single track on this album - surely one of the greatest Debuts ever.

Graeme
slawie
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Username: slawie

Post Number: 617
Registered: 8-2002
Posted on Tuesday, May 06, 2014 - 5:41 am:   Edit Post

Alison Krause and Robert Plant

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=9YVRxAX6fwg

Slawie
pauldo
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Username: pauldo

Post Number: 1142
Registered: 6-2006
Posted on Tuesday, May 06, 2014 - 8:04 am:   Edit Post

Animal Logic - first release - Stanley Clarke, Stewart Copeland and Deborah Holland. Not a 'bass showcase' by any means but certainly a good listen.

Speaking of Haden - Recently picked up The Haden Triplets self titled disc - song birds! Beautiful harmonies.
jcdlc72
Advanced Member
Username: jcdlc72

Post Number: 330
Registered: 11-2009
Posted on Tuesday, May 06, 2014 - 8:23 am:   Edit Post

When I discovered Animal Logicīs first release, back in its day, I thought it was one of the best made pop albums ever, not by the "pop music standards", but my own, personal music standards. Songwriting, sense of melody, good playing, musicianship, the sound... it spun for hours and hours on my CD player back then, and I became a fan. Years later I got their second release, and loved it as well (although not as much as the first one, I have to admit). I STILL think that album is really wonderful,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uaGQ5I4w_3o&list=PLD22894B0C58A6D54
pauldo
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Username: pauldo

Post Number: 1144
Registered: 6-2006
Posted on Tuesday, May 06, 2014 - 1:42 pm:   Edit Post

Needed an afternoon pick me up:
Anvil - This Is Thirteen
slawie
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Username: slawie

Post Number: 618
Registered: 8-2002
Posted on Tuesday, May 06, 2014 - 6:11 pm:   Edit Post

Ricki Lee Jones!

I agree with you whole-heartedly on that call Graeme.
I have played that LP so many times that I almost can hear both sides at the same time.

I still use the Easy Money bassline as a warm-up for upright bass gigs.

slawie
peoplechipper
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Username: peoplechipper

Post Number: 408
Registered: 2-2009
Posted on Tuesday, May 06, 2014 - 10:35 pm:   Edit Post

That Animal Logic stuff is good! I'll have to look for it for those times I need a dose of pop...my old bandmates were a bit weirded out when I bought Matthew Sweet and Ass Ponys cd's on tour...if you've never heard them, check out Ass Ponys, truly some of the best 'bent americana'; they shoulda been rich but were just too weird for A&M (their old label) Tony
pauldo
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Username: pauldo

Post Number: 1146
Registered: 6-2006
Posted on Thursday, May 08, 2014 - 11:03 am:   Edit Post

Camped out by the computer today:
Beck Bogert and Appice - self titled, classic Rock-n-Roll - Tim Bogert plays a mean bass!
Beth Orton - Central Reservation - something softer, really like her voice.
Bill Wyman - Monkey Grip Glue - it's Bill!
Bullfrog - self-ttiled first release - absolutely fabulous Kraut Rock band!
Brian Auger - Oblivion Express
Jon Butcher - Wishes; don't know why he never really beacme a 'big' name . . .
sonicus
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Username: sonicus

Post Number: 3360
Registered: 5-2009
Posted on Thursday, May 08, 2014 - 11:12 am:   Edit Post

Slawie,
Ricki Lee Jones was once a customer of mine when I worked for CBS specialty stores ( Pacific Stereo). I think that must have been in 1981.
davehouck
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Username: davehouck

Post Number: 11322
Registered: 5-2002
Posted on Thursday, May 08, 2014 - 5:40 pm:   Edit Post

Wolf; I just listed to Face of the Deep off The All Seeing Eye. Thanks! Once again, I feel like I'm learning something new about music.
sonicus
Senior Member
Username: sonicus

Post Number: 3365
Registered: 5-2009
Posted on Friday, May 09, 2014 - 11:05 pm:   Edit Post

You are welcome Dave. I have a very eclectic taste .Today I am currently re exploring early Pink Floyd___ " Set the controls for the heart of the Sun" and earlier, even back to the Syd Barrett years.
hankster
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Username: hankster

Post Number: 361
Registered: 6-2004
Posted on Saturday, May 10, 2014 - 4:38 pm:   Edit Post

Jesse winchester. RIP.
davehouck
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Username: davehouck

Post Number: 11324
Registered: 5-2002
Posted on Saturday, May 10, 2014 - 4:52 pm:   Edit Post

I like to listen to some early Pink Floyd from time to time too. I also like the early Floyd in David Gilmour's recent live videos.
hammer
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Username: hammer

Post Number: 480
Registered: 9-2009
Posted on Saturday, May 10, 2014 - 6:41 pm:   Edit Post

Another rainy day here in Minnesota so it was Ralph Towner and Eberhard Weber: Solstice, and Colors of Chloe. Reminds me of a concert triple I was fortunate to attend many years ago in Springfield, Massachusetts of all places that featured Towner's Oregon, The Gary Burton Quartet, and Return to Forever. They played from 6:00 PM to 1:00 AM in a quaint little theater with fabulous acoustics. One of the best concerts I've had the pleasure to attend.
sonicus
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Username: sonicus

Post Number: 3366
Registered: 5-2009
Posted on Sunday, May 11, 2014 - 1:34 am:   Edit Post

Brian ,
That period of the ECM discography remains quite memorable to me . Manfred Eicher of ECM really knows how to pick them !
I would expect nothing less of a good Bass player ____

Wolf

.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manfred_Eicher
davehouck
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Username: davehouck

Post Number: 11326
Registered: 5-2002
Posted on Monday, May 12, 2014 - 7:24 pm:   Edit Post

Oregon, Gary Burton, and RTF on one bill; that would have been a full night of music.
hammer
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Username: hammer

Post Number: 483
Registered: 9-2009
Posted on Monday, May 12, 2014 - 10:40 pm:   Edit Post

It was quite possibly the best concert I've ever seen/heard/experienced: Towner, Burton, and Corea at their best. To this day, I honestly have no idea as to how I ended up back in my dorm room the next morning. The only thing that came close was a concert at which I worked at Dillon Stadium in Hartford CT which included the Allman Brothers and Santana as opening acts for the Dead. My job...to walk around the concert grounds with a broom stick perched atop of which was a red colored pie plate that when raised indicated that I had found someone having a bad trip who needed help. I ran in to enough individuals in this category that I later decided to major in psychology and have been working in the human service profession for 30 plus years.
pauldo
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Username: pauldo

Post Number: 1149
Registered: 6-2006
Posted on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 - 3:45 am:   Edit Post

Brian,
That is a very interesting story.
Thanks for sharing.
jazzyvee
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Username: jazzyvee

Post Number: 4013
Registered: 6-2002
Posted on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 - 6:01 am:   Edit Post

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0v6s-enntU&list=TL4DlKqTpOzE03ELEN9h9r27HxdCttb-4F

Jazzyvee
murray
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Username: murray

Post Number: 161
Registered: 7-2007
Posted on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 - 8:05 am:   Edit Post

Please don't take this the wrong way but is there a limit to the number of posts to a thread? This topic is very interesting but it is up to 100 posts now and I would have thought it exhausted as a topic. Just an observation not a criticism. Glynn
jazzyvee
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Username: jazzyvee

Post Number: 4014
Registered: 6-2002
Posted on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 - 9:02 am:   Edit Post

Tree music.
http://www.spiritscienceandmetaphysics.com/this-is-what-it-sounds-like-when-you-put-tree-rings-on-a-record-player/

Jazzyvee
adriaan
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Username: adriaan

Post Number: 3110
Registered: 6-2002
Posted on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 - 11:06 am:   Edit Post

To answer Glynn's question: no, there is no limit to the number of posts. There is an automatic archiving feature that kicks in after an given number of posts on a thread, but you can click on the archive at the top of the thread to find the older posts.

Personally, I find that one can never tell that a subject has been truly exhausted until it already has. And hopefully I will have shut up by then.

So what music have I been listening to? Was planning to put on a CD of Bach's St Matthew's Passion for Easter, but opted for Mendelssohn's string quintets. Had a most excellent mental musical workout during a Charles Ives marathon in Amsterdam a few weeks back. Played a CD by Paul van Kemenade ft. Ernst Reijseger (and reminisced about the old amateur workshop led by Paul where we often did Ballad of The Fallen). Started name-dropping . . .
artswork99
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Username: artswork99

Post Number: 1982
Registered: 7-2007
Posted on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 - 12:29 pm:   Edit Post

I'm listening to the new WorldLine album ;)
cozmik_cowboy
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Username: cozmik_cowboy

Post Number: 1692
Registered: 10-2006
Posted on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 - 1:51 pm:   Edit Post

I don't think this topic can ever be exhausted; what I'm listening to now changes about as often as "now" changes. I, for one, could have posted at least once a day since my previous listing.

Peter
murray
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Username: murray

Post Number: 162
Registered: 7-2007
Posted on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 - 2:46 pm:   Edit Post

Thanks for clarifying. OK - Seth Lakeman's new album 'Word of Mouth'and Sting 'The Last Ship'. Also some old New Orlean's stuff (Maryland March and That's My Home') and 'Beggin' originally by The Four Seasons and now Madcon as my wife is part of a tap dance group that does it. Glynn
davehouck
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Username: davehouck

Post Number: 11327
Registered: 5-2002
Posted on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 - 3:18 pm:   Edit Post

I was just watching the fifth episode of the new Cosmos series; and as it nears the end of the episode, it quotes Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, which I've always thought was an amazing piece of music.

So, thinking that it would be a cool tune for somebody like Dream Theater, I was delighted to find a nice live version from Liquid Tension Experiment.
davehouck
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Username: davehouck

Post Number: 11328
Registered: 5-2002
Posted on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 - 5:35 pm:   Edit Post

And I just watched Dream Theater's live Dark Side of the Moon, which is wonderful.
dead_head
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Username: dead_head

Post Number: 52
Registered: 12-2013
Posted on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 - 7:57 pm:   Edit Post

I don't think this topic can ever be exhausted; what I'm listening to now changes about as often as "now" changes. I, for one, could have posted at least once a day since my previous listing.

Peter

I couldn't agree more, Peter.........

Rob
sonicus
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Username: sonicus

Post Number: 3373
Registered: 5-2009
Posted on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 - 9:05 pm:   Edit Post

Robert , I concur : " Dito " Life changes from on moment to the next , as does the shape of an amoeba . As active musicians ",WE" feel the need for a variety of active stimuli that triggers the neurons in out brain to create spontaneous interactive phenomenon as in
__________ DARK STAR ______________! ( I am currently comparing versions ) AGAIN ______
jacko
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Username: jacko

Post Number: 3529
Registered: 10-2002
Posted on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 - 1:13 am:   Edit Post

Based on recommendations above, I got hold of a copy of Animal Logic 2 which I'm enjoying. I guess this must have come out around the same time as Stanley's 'Find out' Album as his playing has a similar feel.

And tenuously carrying on Dave's Dream Theater listening, I've been listening to the Winery Dogs album a lot this week. Messrs portnoy, Kotzen and Sheehan giving it large - love Billy's playing.

Graeme
pauldo
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Username: pauldo

Post Number: 1150
Registered: 6-2006
Posted on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 - 11:18 am:   Edit Post

Tree Music was cool.
Balsa Wood = light pop
Iron Wood = Heavy Metal
Blood Wood = Death Metal

:-D
sonicus
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Username: sonicus

Post Number: 3374
Registered: 5-2009
Posted on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 - 11:46 am:   Edit Post

Not to highjack this thread but I thought that I wood offer some wood trivia since Alembic Inc. is The place of SWELL wood !

There really is a type of wood called " Iron Wood " . I have some left over scraps from someone that had a back yard deck built from it. It is the heaviest wood that I have ever handled . It is also very gummy when you try to cut it and is hard on saw blades . :-)
tubeperson
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Username: tubeperson

Post Number: 475
Registered: 5-2005
Posted on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 - 11:53 am:   Edit Post

The original Chapman Sticks were made using this wood (Iron Wood).
sonicus
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Username: sonicus

Post Number: 3375
Registered: 5-2009
Posted on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 - 12:51 pm:   Edit Post

I did not know that , very interesting !
Thanks ___
tubeperson
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Username: tubeperson

Post Number: 476
Registered: 5-2005
Posted on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 - 1:10 pm:   Edit Post

I think Iron Wood is also referred to as Pau Ferro. I had not ever been involved in a hijacking of a thread until now. Sorry to all the family here, but good information is valuable.
pauldo
Senior Member
Username: pauldo

Post Number: 1151
Registered: 6-2006
Posted on Thursday, May 15, 2014 - 3:38 am:   Edit Post

No worries, back on track.
Listened to Dream Theater's Dark Side; found that very enjoyable. Great album covered very well.

Also dusted off Chris Rea's Tennis, for being an "80's" album, I rather enjoy the material, especially the understated yet pivotal bass playing.
jcdlc72
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Username: jcdlc72

Post Number: 333
Registered: 11-2009
Posted on Thursday, May 15, 2014 - 7:28 am:   Edit Post

Genesis "Wind and Wuthering", 1976. I get back to this from time to time, and then itīs "Trick of the Tail" and "And Then There were Three"... loving it since I was 10 years old, and still going strong.
jazzyvee
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Username: jazzyvee

Post Number: 4018
Registered: 6-2002
Posted on Thursday, May 15, 2014 - 1:15 pm:   Edit Post

Today I've been listening to some howling wolf from a recently bought cd and also rhinoceros album better times are coming.

Jazzyvee
tbrannon
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Username: tbrannon

Post Number: 1631
Registered: 11-2004
Posted on Saturday, May 17, 2014 - 9:13 pm:   Edit Post

I haven't had a song hit me like this in awhile. The last time it happened, it was Snarky Puppy. They did it again…..

Hot damn, this is a good one.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kk0WRHV_vt8
peoplechipper
Senior Member
Username: peoplechipper

Post Number: 412
Registered: 2-2009
Posted on Saturday, May 17, 2014 - 10:47 pm:   Edit Post

That IS so cool! Snarky Puppy are awesome! I don't listen to much Zappa and larger bands these days so it's nice to be reminded of what they can do...wow...
slawie
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Username: slawie

Post Number: 628
Registered: 8-2002
Posted on Saturday, May 17, 2014 - 10:53 pm:   Edit Post

That's the first time I've heard them. Hot damn is right.
That's not swearing is it?
Thanks for the post. I played it LOUD!
pauldo
Senior Member
Username: pauldo

Post Number: 1155
Registered: 6-2006
Posted on Sunday, May 18, 2014 - 3:44 am:   Edit Post

That was the greatest way to start my Sunday.
I donned the headphones and cranked it on the ipad; rocking in the rocking chair swinging my head!.

That gave my goosebumps a workout. Snarky Puppy has such cool grooves that sneak in and out of the song, seamless juxtapositions- truly powerful music.
speicky
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Username: speicky

Post Number: 481
Registered: 3-2005
Posted on Sunday, May 18, 2014 - 7:24 am:   Edit Post

Listening to some Extreme tunes right now... waiting for the punchline. Raw, bluesy, somewhat sad...
Just to exhaust a little from celebrating Dream Theater :-) Watched a Show in Offenbach in February, and still hypnotized...

cheers, Christian
dead_head
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Username: dead_head

Post Number: 1
Registered: 5-2014
Posted on Sunday, May 18, 2014 - 7:43 pm:   Edit Post

Just received the new DVD, Dream Theater Live At Luna Park. Outstanding!!!

Rob
wishbass
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Username: wishbass

Post Number: 337
Registered: 5-2011
Posted on Monday, May 26, 2014 - 6:15 pm:   Edit Post

Steven Wilson's latest, Riverside S.O.N.G.S., the Police box set & Zappa's " Keep It Greasy"from Joes Garage 2...what a mix!
cozmik_cowboy
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Username: cozmik_cowboy

Post Number: 1698
Registered: 10-2006
Posted on Monday, May 26, 2014 - 8:06 pm:   Edit Post

Pete Special passed away May 11, so I've been going back to his Mozart Street and Big Twist & the Mellow Fellows' Playing For Keeps (the latter came out in '84, while I was their stage manager). Despite Twist's name on the logo, it was Pete's band.
Also Pure Prairie League's first & second albums, and Roomfull of Blues Hot Little Mama (my copy has the black-teddy-and-fan cover, not the cowgirl-blowing-smoke-away version).

Peter
pauldo
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Username: pauldo

Post Number: 1165
Registered: 6-2006
Posted on Tuesday, May 27, 2014 - 12:48 pm:   Edit Post

Inspired by a different thread - I listened to Marcus Miller - Silver Rain.

On this disc he does a version of Frankenstein that is killer - and oddly enough associated with another thread . . . he plays it a little slower than the original but it grooves like the Grand Canyon!

(Message edited by pauldo on May 27, 2014)
groovelines
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Username: groovelines

Post Number: 771
Registered: 4-2003
Posted on Tuesday, May 27, 2014 - 2:16 pm:   Edit Post

On autopilot today, iTunes radio: Radio Swiss Classic. Really helps me focus.

Not "now", but last week I listened to a lot of King's X. Great stuff, but can honestly say I wasn't very productive if the band was jamming. And they were. :-)

+1 on Miller's version of Frankenstein
davehouck
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Username: davehouck

Post Number: 11337
Registered: 5-2002
Posted on Tuesday, May 27, 2014 - 5:48 pm:   Edit Post

Very nice video of Miller's Frankenstein here.

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