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Un-Grateful Thread - What Are You Listening to Instead of the Dead?

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Tom H, Sep 24, 2014.

  1. adamos

    adamos Forum Resident

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    Neil Young Re-ac-tor
     
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  2. Dennis0675

    Dennis0675 Mature Guy

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  3. THE POLICE
    ZENYATTA MONDATTA
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  4. wlove2372

    wlove2372 Forum Resident

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    rock n rollers part 2. this is short and really worth your time
     
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  5. Rne

    Rne Sufferin' succotash!

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    Wow!
     
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  6. sami

    sami Just a member

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  7. Ken E.

    Ken E. Senior Member

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    Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, Zakir Hussein on tabla, unknown drone player, Geneva Switzerland 11/23/79. Excellent audience recording, hypnotic, masterful musicianship.
     
  8. Oliver

    Oliver Bourbon Infused

    RIP Tim Bogert. Listening to some live Cactus. Man Jim McCarty was a monster guitar player.
     
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  9. sami

    sami Just a member

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  10. THE POLICE
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    GHOST IN THE MACHINE

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  11. Oliver

    Oliver Bourbon Infused

    There are times when I've thought of pulling the trigger on this guitar effect pedal. Andy Summers in a box. Pretty pricey though.
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  12. I’ve actually been playing the Message in a Box CD set today. The B-Sides and non-LP tracks are fantastic additions to the albums.

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  13. SJR

    SJR Senior Member

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  14. KING CRIMSON
    THE GREAT DECEIVER 2
    Live 1973-1974
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    Disc 2: ...But Neither are They Otherwise


    Toronto Massey Hall: June 24th. 1974

    2.1 Improv - The Golden Walnut 11:46

    2.2 The Night Watch 4:37

    2.3 Fracture 11:52

    2.4 Improv - Clueless and Slightly Slack 8:12

    Zurich Volkshaus: November 15th. 1973

    2.5 Walk On ... No Pussyfooting 0:53

    2.6 Improv - Some Pussyfooting 2:26

    2.7 Larks' Tongues in Aspic: Part One 8:16

    2.8 Improv - The Law of Maximum Distress: Part One 6:31

    2.9 Improv - The Law of Maximum Distress: Part Two 2:33

    2.10 Easy Money 7:32

    2.11 Improv - Some More Pussyfooting 5:53

    2.12 The Talking Drum 6:04
     
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  15. siebrand

    siebrand Forum Resident

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    there are few albums that manage to be light and "reflective" at the same time.
    This ARABIC HARP from Belle & Sebastien is one of them.
    Every now and then I listen to it. I don't know how many years have passed since my pusher recommended it to me ...
    How many? 20? 25? well, it does the same. It was a good investment in its time. nice record of POP, never banal.
    Every now and then ... a record like this ... IT TAKES!

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  16. siebrand

    siebrand Forum Resident

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    I have it, I love it
    Bought me both of them: VOL1 and VOL2, either.

    UHQCD... Great CD's... sounding ooooh so well!
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  17. The Beatles
    REVOLVER
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    2009 mono CD
     
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  18. Jowcol

    Jowcol Forum Resident

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    Can’t stop listening to:

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  19. Jerfan13

    Jerfan13 Makes wrinkles advertised as creases

    It was not. I met Dean in ‘98 I believe, at a Crystal Ballroom kvhw show, but it wasn’t until those McKenzie Ballroom Kimock gigs(Zero Halloween, Dawg Kingdom Zero shows, and the almighty KVHH show), then the SCI/KDTU Hilton Ballroom shows, that we started talking and trading music. Before that, it was just trading thru the early Kimock listserv. Funny...he introduced me to Mountain Girl as well, at the WOW.
     
  20. yesstiles

    yesstiles Senior Member

    I've heard that album a dozen times but never paid attention to the lyric of that song. I just found out it's sung by a teenage Kate about a sexual experience in high school! o_O I'm surprised it hasn't been removed from all copies of the album in this new age.
     
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  21. Reever

    Reever Forum Resident

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  22. Reever

    Reever Forum Resident

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    I don't know for certain, but I believe it to be simple tonal. It used to come and go. About four years ago, it decided to stay.

    NP: Breaking out the big guns. Stone Roses, Stone Roses. 1989, 1st European press. Oh man, a favorite record of the day. And I've not heard anything that sounds as rich and balanced as the early vinyl. In my opinion. Does one really need to say that IMO business? Seems redundant.

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  23. Dennis0675

    Dennis0675 Mature Guy

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    I have a lot of respect for this release and those that made the decision to put it out. When you think about everything they have, are fundraising to restore and their need to make money to stay operational, this is perhaps the least popular choice. At least from a money making standpoint. They just heard the recording and said, “we have to get this one out next.”
     
  24. wlove2372

    wlove2372 Forum Resident

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    a brilliant record by a brilliant band. imo one of those 5/5 records. perfect.
     
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  25. adamos

    adamos Forum Resident

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