Whats everyone listening to tonight?

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by ILikeMusic, Jan 18, 2017.

  1. dalem5467

    dalem5467 Well-Known Member

    Dave Van Ronk - The Folkways Years 1959-61
     
  2. The Who Quadrophenia US Track, as of right now listening to Keith doing his classic 'Bell Boy' delivery, side 4 awaits..
     
  3. gregorya

    gregorya Forum Resident

    Laura Marling "Semper Femina"
     
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  4. DaveinMA

    DaveinMA Forum Resident

    Tonight I played the newest Tangerine Dream release, "Particles", and now I'm listening to the "extras" disc from the deluxe rerelease of Anthony Phillips "Wise After The Event".
     
  5. DavidF

    DavidF Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Orange County, CA
    I heard Roy Harper's 1975 BBC tapes. In honor of Chris Spedding's Birthday. It also features Bill Bruford. Doesn't get much better, folks.

     
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  6. Holy Diver

    Holy Diver Forum Resident

    Location:
    Greater St. Louis
    Gene Simmons - Burning Up With Fever.

     
  7. Charlie DJ

    Charlie DJ Well-Known Member

    Location:
    New London, Ct USA
    Neil Young - Silver and Gold
     
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  8. lonelysea

    lonelysea Forum Resident

    Location:
    Twin Peaks, WA
    Getz/Gilberto 1997 Verve Japan CD. Always have been tempted to upgrade to one of the SACD versions, but I can't imagine anything sounding much better!

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  9. hutlock

    hutlock Forum Resident

    Location:
    Cleveland, OH, USA
    Public Image Ltd
    First Edition
    JSACD

    Amazing.
     
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  10. polchik

    polchik Well-Known Member

    lambchop 'is a woman' …… i'm checking LP1 as i'm returning it (for an exchange) cause LP2 has some pretty bad non fill …… and i'm gonna get them to open the double LP and let me check the exchange there ….. and offer to keep my original LP1 ….. that is if it passes the test tonight ….

    one less new record to check …… if you know what i mean.

    so glad the reissued this one
     
  11. BluesMeister

    BluesMeister Well-Known Member

    Not exactly "tonight" here in Perth, Western Australia, however I'm listening to X, Ed Sheeran
     
  12. Liam Brown

    Liam Brown Well-Known Member

  13. SonicBob

    SonicBob Well-Known Member

    Location:
    West Virginia
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    Currently on "Persuaded". This was a great thing Grant had going after his solo album; it's too bad the band didn't last, this is a great album...
     
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  14. jasonmvt

    jasonmvt Member

    Location:
    USA
    Bill Evans Mofi One Step for the 4th time this week.

    Zep - The Song Remains the Same - Classic Records

    Stephen Stills s/t - also Classic Recs

    Ry Cooder - Boomer's Story - Mofi
     
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  15. Liam Brown

    Liam Brown Well-Known Member

    agreed. a great album. i played this to death when it came out.
     
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  16. BlueSpeedway

    BlueSpeedway If our love song, could fly over mountains...

    Location:
    London, England
    Bowie, LA 1974 (Cracked Actor album).

    Flabby in places, but when it's good, it's mindblowing.... eg Space Oddity... Big Brother...
     
  17. jwoverho

    jwoverho Forum Resident

    Location:
    Mobile, AL USA
    Claudio Arrau- Complete Chopin Nocturnes/Impromptus
     
  18. sewerdog

    sewerdog Forum Resident

    all 5 discs of the hollies changin times box set. wife asked if i wanted head out of dreams for fathers day said hell yes ordered it within 2 minutes
     
  19. 12stringbassist

    12stringbassist Forum Resident

    Location:
    Manchester UK
  20. SirNoseDVoid

    SirNoseDVoid Forum Resident

    The first Roxy Music lp... I think I'll play 'For Your Pleasure' next.
     
  21. Mark Hollis' one and only solo album (he of talk-talk fame). On my first listen, I'd say it's certainly a quirky wee number.
     
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  22. Mike Campbell

    Mike Campbell Forum Resident

    Location:
    Minnesota, USA
    Jim Capaldi's ----- Oh how we danced....1996 CD........KOSSOFF adds his genius....nice this morn.....lyrically, some of the saddest words ever put to an LP...certainly was a different world then....Big Thirst? a classic.
     
  23. Tokyo Ghost

    Tokyo Ghost Active Member

    Location:
    Tokyo, Japan
    Gone Girl soundtrack by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross.

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  24. Tree of Life

    Tree of Life Forum Resident

    Location:
    Captiva Island, FL



    This One...Love the "Pollinator" Album...WOW!
     
  25. Mike Campbell

    Mike Campbell Forum Resident

    Location:
    Minnesota, USA
    Martha Velez - Fiends and Angels.......The most talented group of musicians to ever appear on one recording. Bar none.......2008 CD.....Everyone was there. Quite incredible really....How did she pull this one off? we'll never know.
     

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