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What are you listening to right now #54

Discussion in 'music' started by robs, Jul 5, 2018.

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  1. guey

    guey pfm Member

    The Durutti Column - Obey The Time (3CD Edition)
     
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  2. awkwardbydesign

    awkwardbydesign Officially Awesome

  3. vinylslug

    vinylslug Rebuilding my Vinyl collection.

    Tindersticks - The Fear of Emptiness.
    These are currently my new favourite band...as usual I'm a bit late to the party.
     
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  4. Kickerconsprcy

    Kickerconsprcy New Member

    Alice Coltrane’s “Radha Krsna Nama Sankirtana”. So lovely. Side 2 never fails to disappoint. Alice vamping away on the organ and her 13 year old(!) son on drums.Fookin’ brilliant.
     
  5. mikechadwick

    mikechadwick pfm Member

    The Byrds - Greatest Hits. SACD Rip
     
  6. foxwelljsly

    foxwelljsly Keep Music Vile

    On original vinyl:

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  7. matt j

    matt j pfm Member

    Flamingods - Levitation. Dinked edition Vinyl.
     
  8. Big Tabs

    Big Tabs hearing problems

    Working through a big pile of old disco 12 inchers...

    Gaz ‎– Sing Sing
    Label:
    Salsoul Records ‎– 12XSSOL 116
    Format:
    Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
    Country:
    UK
    Released:
    1979
    Genre:
    Funk / Soul
    Style:
    Disco

    The B-Side is a David Shire style disco version of Good, Bad &The Ugly theme... ouch.
     
  9. matt j

    matt j pfm Member

    Alice Clark - Alice Clark. RSD Vinyl
     
  10. neildalton

    neildalton pfm Member

    Karen Dalton, Cotton Eyed Joe (Live in Boulder, 1962)

    This is superb. Posthumously released, but fully the equal of her two studio albums. A series of colossal, perfectly-weighted performances that breathe fresh nuance into songs you thought you knew.

    The lightness of touch remains, even now, somewhat disarming - this is music so remote it seems to exist outside time. (Karen was in her 20s when it was recorded, but you couldn’t age the cadence in that voice.)

    It’s extraordinary stuff - like everything which bears her imprint. KD deserves a much bigger reputation.
     
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  11. uncl_nigel

    uncl_nigel pfm Member

    Patti Smith - Wave
     
  12. Monitor Gold 10

    Monitor Gold 10 Active Member

    Good morning all! I'll set the scene... Soft light from a candle and a warm glow from my AI500 Valves, setting the perfect atmosphere for Miles Davis's In a Silent Way. This is being enjoyed with Cheese, Biscuits and Port... I'll have ESP on afterwards...
     
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  13. blossomchris

    blossomchris I feel better than James Brown

    David Bowie - Scary Monsters, side 1

    Nearfield and loud

    Next Lodger, then SM side 1 again, before other inhabitants return to quell the volume

    Bloss
     
  14. uncl_nigel

    uncl_nigel pfm Member

    Melanie - Gather Me
    This LP is a real blast from the past and sounds rather good on the SME
     
  15. Seeker_UK

    Seeker_UK Waiting for the streetcar..

    Renaissance - Ashes Are Burning

    A recent reissue from Esoteric with some BBC live tracks. Not their best ('Novella' since you ask) as Annie's voice has still to fully develop but some good moments make it worth buying if it's your sort of thing.
     
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  16. guey

    guey pfm Member

    New Insanlar release out today, so I'm spacing out to that while an edit renders.
    If you like the idea of a Turkish psych E2E4 (kinda), the download is on bleep for a bargainous £2.49.
     
  17. DAVEDWACK

    DAVEDWACK pfm Member

    JB RADIO2....FLAC96/16 via Roon for a bit of background whilst browsing.

    (SQ up there with Radio Paradise, possibly better IMO)
     
  18. foxwelljsly

    foxwelljsly Keep Music Vile

    Totally got to check some of her stuff out, been on my listen-to list for a while.

    NP: Hugh Maskela 'Home is where the music is' on almost impossibly immaculate first UK press vinyl. An Afrobeat/Soul Jazz classic.
     
  19. foxwelljsly

    foxwelljsly Keep Music Vile

    Ah, sometimes I miss life without toddlers.
     
  20. Ian M

    Ian M pfm Member

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