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What are you listening to right now # 44

Discussion in 'music' started by guey, May 2, 2014.

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  1. Lowand

    Lowand Am I nearly there yet?

    Mills Brothers, The Early Years via Qobuz. Marvellous stuff. The quality of some of the recordings is fantastic considering they're seventy to eighty years old.
  2. johnfromnorwich

    johnfromnorwich even my wife noticed the dif..

    For the first time in what must be 20 years, I woke up wanting to listen to Pink Floyd.

    The Man & The Journey / More / Obscured By Clouds / Meddle / DSOTM (16/11/74 Live BBC Broadcast) / The Extraction Tapes (cough)... three+ hours on the road ... now Meddle again.

    I've probably got it all out of my system for a while but it was a nice contrast to the usual industrial techno and hard bop.
  3. merlin

    merlin Avatar changed - Town names deemed offensive.

  4. herb

    herb music live

    Expression - John Coltrane. Wow again after over 45 years now.
  5. CJBenno

    CJBenno pfm Member

    Brushfire Records & Monotone Presents Zee Avi. Great cover of 'First of the gang to die' on this album
  6. i.j.russell

    i.j.russell pfm Member

    John Grant - Pale Green Ghosts

    Really can't believe i'd never heard of this a month ago!
  7. TheDecameron

    TheDecameron Unicorns fart glitter.

    Elvis, live in Vegas, 1970. Sounds tittied, you can hear him doing his karate moves at the end of some numbers.
    The voice is still good but jeez, the interpretations. He's working over Bridge Over Troubled Water with a marimba in the background. This is a cruise ship cabaret nightmare. It's so awful it's brilliant. It'd have your gran reaching for the Quaaludes.
  8. darrenyeats

    darrenyeats pfm Member

    On classical tip, out of character I suppose.
    Mozart's Horn Concerto No.3 ... first time for ages, very nice and doesn't outstay its welcome.
    Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata.
  9. Ed Rogerson

    Ed Rogerson Culturally irrelevant

    Jah Wobble - I Could Have Been a Contender

    Covers all the bases (groan...) spanning 30+ years, and Public Image to Evan Parker via Brian Eno and ex-members of Can
  10. merlin

    merlin Avatar changed - Town names deemed offensive.

    Still love album this played loud.
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  11. Joe Hutch

    Joe Hutch Mate of the bloke

    John Fahey: Death Chants, Breakdowns And Miltary Waltzes
  12. paskinn

    paskinn pfm Member

    Gordon Giltrap: 'Visionary'. Bought it at least thirty years ago, can't remember playing it before. Prog rock wasn't all bad.
  13. Still

    Still he said his naim was ralph

    Eminem - The M2M LP

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  14. AnthonyP

    AnthonyP pfm Member

    This Flight Tonight - Joni Mitchell
  15. Fox

    Fox The sound of one hoof clopping

    An evening of blue notes 75 Annis on vinyl

    Dexter Gordon Go
    Larry Young Unity
    And now Art Blakey - free for all recorded a months before I was born.

    All highly worth the price ticket
  16. springer

    springer pfm Member

    Four-disc set Philadelphia International Classics: The Tom Moulton Remixes. Soundtrack to my evening blitzing the office.
  17. Seeker_UK

    Seeker_UK Waiting for the streetcar..

    Bill Nelson - A Catalogue of Obsessions
  18. TheDecameron

    TheDecameron Unicorns fart glitter.

    Handel, Organ Concertos. Daniel Chorzempa, Concerto Amsterdam, 1975. Quadraphonic converted to DSD
  19. darrenyeats

    darrenyeats pfm Member

    Lorde - Pure Heroine.
  20. springer

    springer pfm Member

    Air 'Music For Museum' - vinyl-only release. Very trippy.....
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