Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Tom H, Sep 24, 2014.
Yeah, I don't think I would have bought the MoFi had I known at the time.
I'm alone in the office a lot this week so I'm BlastinG tunes from these crappy Dell powered computer speakers which are not sounding crappy at all. Cranked up there's a lot of good bass w/o EQing.
Right now "The System" from GarciaLive Vol. 6 July '73.
I've just listened to one of the most precious voices ever recorded:
Sandy Denny = the best female singer. Period.
Bought on the forum here.
This needs to be bigger, but whatever.
This is not a Beatles thread.
Dickey Betts & the Great Southern
Dickey was a fine singer, he had soul in in his voice
More Dickey. Atlanta's burning down
When I got into the Allman brothers band, it was all about Gregg and Duane. Mostly Duane, the guitar hero.
That has shifted over the years and I greatly appreciate what Dickey's done. Both with the band and solo. Just look at the songs and instrumentals that he brought to the band. And his singing is classic Allman brothers/southern style
I like his guitar playing better than Duane's although they're both masters.
J Dilla - Donuts
Might be my favorite album of all time... Pure genius with a ton of soul.
If you haven't seen the movie DIG! Look that up, it's very entertaining about a dysfunctional band, fighting another band
Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile: Tiny Desk Concert
Listening to this now. I'm not familiar with either of them but I see her in this thread every now and then so I thought I'd check it out.
if you like the old honk, not 'outlaw' country necessarily but the steel, the harmonies, the songs about drinkin, then you need to check this one. they took their time with the full blown record but it's worth the wait.
Yeah, I don't get that sentiment. How anyone can not like Bob Marley is beyond me, but I guess it's possible. Sorry @Rne! I just wish the expanded Live! that came out on LP last year was available on CD as I love these shows and want more from them. However, I don't have a turntable.
I love Marley, but my wife does not like him (or reggae, for the most part, although she likes Jimmy Cliff a bit). I still have trouble wrapping my head around that. I am waiting for a CD version of that expanded Live! album, too. I like vinyl, but generally prefer CDs for long live shows and have a lot more storage space for CDs than vinyl...
It's that good.
Saw the CRB again last night. Such a great show. Took a few pictures.
vinyl or cd ?
A few more pictures
Phil & Friends - There and back again. With the 4 song bonus disc.
Phil Lesh & Friends* - There And Back Again
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