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What are you listening to right now # 39

Discussion in 'music' started by johnfromnorwich, Apr 12, 2013.

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  1. GavinB

    GavinB pfm Member

    Aye! - Martin Bennett
     
  2. AdamWysokinski

    AdamWysokinski Mmm... music...

    Domenico Scarlatti - Piano Sonatas - Szokolay
     
  3. Rasher

    Rasher Quadrophenia land

    Decemberists
     
  4. Joe Hutch

    Joe Hutch Can you hear Talvin Singh?

    Sonny Boy Williamson, another blues singer ripped off by Led Zep
     
  5. HairyHaggis

    HairyHaggis neither hairy nor a haggis!

    kelly joe phelps - tap the red cane whirlwind
     
  6. guey

    guey pfm Member

    Fujiya & Miyagi - Different Blades from the Same Pair of Scissors
     
  7. Michael J

    Michael J CDP3000 1Hz-20kHz ±0.5dB

    Memories of Steam - A Collection of Steam Locomotive Stereophonic Recordings. (Hallmark HMA239)
     
  8. dss

    dss Musical Bons

    OTTD - Ultimate Bounce - Tonight (Donk mix) is it DS
     
  9. Tony L

    Tony L Administrator

    Four Anthony Braxton albums in a row. He's actually not as terrifying as I thought.
     
  10. Wil_Wheaton

    Wil_Wheaton pfm Member

    Telegraph Road Live (Alchemy) - just getting to the bit were Knops is mildly annoyed about something.
     
  11. guey

    guey pfm Member

    2 Phat Cnuts - Ride (Sasha & BT's breakbeat groover), as I try to shoehorn the vocal from Azealia Bank's rather rude 212* over the top of it (works quite well actually)

    *which for some reason has been this week's earworm.
     
  12. johnfromnorwich

    johnfromnorwich even my wife noticed the dif..

    Miles / Live in Tokyo. I wish Miles had held onto Sam Rivers for a bit longer. I suppose there must be bootlegs of other shows but a studio date would have been nice.
     
  13. dss

    dss Musical Bons

    I enjoy 2 Phat ***** as well is it. We could have done with a bit more like that and a bit less of the Lite-trance they went into there.

    For me

    OTTD - Orbital - Chime Remix 1

    DS
     
  14. twotone

    twotone pfm Member

    Average White Band:AWB-Work To Do

    Vinyl repress, I've a first press that has been played to death, bought this repress last week, sounds great.
     
  15. bossjw

    bossjw pfm Member

    The Magnificent Thad Jones

    Never was an album better named!
     
  16. johnfromnorwich

    johnfromnorwich even my wife noticed the dif..

    Wow. That's practically Classic Rock. Relatively.
     
  17. dss

    dss Musical Bons

    2 Phat ***** now Classic Rock is it?

    Well. it is not really like Yes, Genesis, ELP, Zep and all that there.

    DS
     
  18. Mullardman

    Mullardman Resident Philistine

    Jim Reeves. Big old 3 CD compilation.
    I find myself revisiting old Jim's music every so often. He was a huge favourite of my Dad's but I used to just see him as twee and old fashioned.

    Well, much of his stuff is as corny as hell, but that's hardly unusual in country music.

    On the positive side, he had a terrific, effortless way with a song which never seemed to strain his sonorous voice. And he did it all without getting into the suspect vocal gymnastics so prevalent in 'country'.

    The old classics. 'Four Walls', 'Guilty' etc., have stood the test of time well.

    Add to this impeccable production values, the honky plonky sound of Floyd Cramer's piano etc., and you have some very good music. Credit where it's due.

    Mull
     
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