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What are you listening to right now #16?

Discussion in 'music' started by AlexG, Oct 13, 2006.

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  1. AlexG

    AlexG ...

    Freeland - Now and them

    Really good, a couple of years old. I think Andy C! would like it.
  2. Wilky

    Wilky pfm Member

    Tom Robinson - Blond and Blue + Atmospherics (From War Baby CD)
    Oldie, but goodie.....
  3. Fretless Eric

    Fretless Eric Musketeer Bathos

    Radiohead. The Bends - yet again - brilliant!!
  4. ralphj

    ralphj pfm Member

    Rock n Roll isnt yet dead, yet!
    Listen to this frequently at loud volume.
    Gets better every time.
    The Vinyl is a waste due to recording process, always CD for this album.
    Can't wait to get new one.
  5. Fretless Eric

    Fretless Eric Musketeer Bathos

    Arzachel CD arrived this morning.

    Surprisingly accessible and conventional for, what is essentially, early Egg - but with loads of Steve Hillage playing bluesy.

    Nice addition to my Canterbury stuff.
  6. hammeredklavier

    hammeredklavier owner of two very cheap hi-fis

    Parsifal, Karajan. Wow!
  7. Joe Hutch

    Joe Hutch Mate of the bloke

    Exile on Main Street: The Rolling Stones
  8. foxwelljsly

    foxwelljsly Keep Music Vile

    Brigitte Fontaine & the Art Ensemble of Chicago - Comme a la Radio

    I think this may have replaced 'Histoire de Melodie Nelson' as my favourite French Language record. For info: The AEC are rather like Sun Ra with a dose of funk. Great live, too.
  9. foxwelljsly

    foxwelljsly Keep Music Vile

  10. joel

    joel Painter of Dragons, Maker of Mirrors

    That is a great album. Even better, though, are two tracks recorded by Alfred Panou with AOC for Saravah: "Je suis un sauvage" and "le moral necessaire". French proto-rap and scary good. Well worth tracking down.
    Gainsbarre is grossly overrated IMHO.
  11. Sonny Rollins - Saxophone Colossus
    Madeline Peyroux - Careless Love
    Archie Shepp - Four for Trane

    all purchased at Virgin Megastore last night whilst waiting for the Son and his Girlfriend to return from seeing Lacuna Coil...Goth'mongous!

  12. RickyC6

    RickyC6 Infuriate the frog-men

    Martin Stephenson - Beyond The Leap Beyond The Law (cassette). Stuck this on to test out the tape input of my new amp and spent the next hour completely engrossed. Probably his finest work - up there with anyone you care to mention.


  13. Stevie A

    Stevie A pfm Member

    Harry Manx-Wise and otherwise---great album (Thanks Les!)


    Keb MO- Just like You
  14. joel

    joel Painter of Dragons, Maker of Mirrors



    Turned up in the letterbox this morning, and very good it is too. While not really a search for the origin of the blues, it is a very nice double sampler of West African acoustic music from the early 70s. The cover is totally fab, which doesn't hurt.

    Also been listening to some fine examples of Korean avantguarde music today ;)


    Sounds that go <<<plinque>>> in the night.
  15. Joe Hutch

    Joe Hutch Mate of the bloke

    Dolittle: Pixies
  16. kasperhauser

    kasperhauser pfm Member

    Wes Montgomery - Bumpin'
  17. dan m

    dan m pfm Member

    Antonio Carlos Jobim - Wave

    Why do I feel like I'm sudenly in an elevator?
  18. Tantris

    Tantris pfm Member

    Cecil Taylor: Nailed and Alms / Tiergarten (Spree)
  19. dan m

    dan m pfm Member

    Nancy Sinatra - "Boots"

    They don't write liner notes like these anymore:

    Nancy Sinatra
    Sings the Facts of Love
    And Other Lessons of Love
    "How should I sing this?"
    "Like a 16 year old girl who's been dating a 40 year old man,
    but it's all over now."
  20. joel

    joel Painter of Dragons, Maker of Mirrors

    Tiers Monde Cooperation - Nouvelle Formule featuring Sam Mangwana From 1983 so already well into the anti-choc era, but a great defiantly brassy blast from the irrepressible Sam Mangwana.

    Curtis Amy - Way Down Curtis Amy is a seriously underrated tenor sax player IMHO. Another great album on Pacific Jazz (courtesy of Toshiba-EMI)
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