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What are you listening to right now #55

Discussion in 'music' started by Big Tabs, Jul 13, 2019.

  1. poco a poco

    poco a poco pfm Member

    Charlie Haden & Antonio Forcione - 'Heartplay'. Naim Vinyl.
     
  2. poco a poco

    poco a poco pfm Member

    Kenny Burrell - 'Introducing Kenny Burrell'. Vinyl, Tone Poet BN reissue.
     
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  3. matt j

    matt j pfm Member

    Little Dragon - Season High. Vinyl
     
  4. poco a poco

    poco a poco pfm Member

    Sonny Rollins - 'Eponymous' (Blue Note 1542). Vinyl. Music Matters 2x45's reissue.
     
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  5. Big Tabs

    Big Tabs hearing problems

  6. mikechadwick

    mikechadwick pfm Member

    Jimi Hendrix Experience - Axis Bold As Love, SACD DSD rip
     
  7. lazycat

    lazycat pfm Member

    Prefab Sprout - Jordan the Comeback.

    Having read the thread and realising I didnt have it. Thanks ebay - pennies.
     
  8. Big Tabs

    Big Tabs hearing problems

    New Musik ‎– Anywhere
    Label:
    GTO ‎– gtlp 044, GTO ‎– GTLP 044
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
    Country:
    UK
    Released:
    1981
    Genre:
    Electronic, Rock
    Style:
    Pop Rock, Synth-pop

    Love this record, had it since release. I have a 12" called 'The Planet Doesn't Mind' by New Musik that I thought should have done better in the charts...
     
  9. webster

    webster Listen & enjoy.

    The Delines - Scenic Sessions.
     
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  10. Jimbobbyron

    Jimbobbyron pfm Member

    King Crimson-Thrak
    2 Guitarists
    2 Bassists
    2 Drummers
    Incredible album
     
  11. mikechadwick

    mikechadwick pfm Member

    Jerry Garcia - Garcia (1st solo) CD rip followed by
    Bob Weir - Ace Qobuz 16/44 stream
    Nearly 50 years old :rolleyes:
     
  12. Jono_13

    Jono_13 Duffer

    TKOL RMX 1234567

    [​IMG]
     
  13. Aethelist

    Aethelist pfm Member

    m
     
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  14. poco a poco

    poco a poco pfm Member

    Keith Jarrett - 'Paris / London Testament'. ECM CD.
     
  15. poco a poco

    poco a poco pfm Member

    After Keith Jarrett one of the UK greatest piano improvisers Stan Tracy - 'Alone at the Wigmore Hall'. A similar style (although Testament is more a number of link pieces) long solo improvisation without preparation where the piece develops from the opening musical phase. Vinyl, 1974 UK original pressing.

    Ho and you can hear the occasional vocal noises from Stan as well, but far fewer than from Keith. ;)
     
  16. matt j

    matt j pfm Member

    Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking. Vinyl
     
  17. poco a poco

    poco a poco pfm Member

    To complete my Trio of great piano improvisers for the day, although not solo this time, Cecil Taylor - 'Unit Structures'. Vinyl, French Blue Note 1984 pressing. Wish I had a much better mastering and pressing of this. I don't suppose a Tone Poet will be likely in the future though.
     
  18. Big Tabs

    Big Tabs hearing problems

    I really like M, what are you listening to?
     
  19. Big Tabs

    Big Tabs hearing problems

  20. Big Tabs

    Big Tabs hearing problems

    Dragged this out for a spin. My least favourite Japan L.P. - sounds like a 'first' album. (it is...) It does have some youthful energy to it. Sylvian's singing voice is miles away from 'Quiet Life.' Lots of noodling synth fighting with guitars, especially 'Television.'

    Japan ‎– Adolescent Sex
    Label:
    Ariola Hansa ‎– AHAL 8004
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP, Album
    Country:
    UK
    Released:
    08 Apr 1978
    Genre:
    Electronic, Rock
    Style:
    Art Rock, Synth-pop, Glam

    Edit: Now on to David Sylvian - ' Brilliant Trees ' (1984)
     

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