Friday Tunes

Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by Dave918, Nov 7, 2003.

  1. 91r100gs

    91r100gs AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Have enjoyed your Christmas selections a lot. I have even had Alexa play some of them with my Amazon Music Unlimited service. Happy Holidays go out to you.
     
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  2. pmsummer

    pmsummer simul justus et peccator Subscriber

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    A STAR IN THE EAST
    Medieval Hungarian Christmas Music
    Anonymous 4

    Harmonia Mundi USA
     
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  3. pmsummer

    pmsummer simul justus et peccator Subscriber

    And to you as well! Keep that airhead rolling!
     
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  4. BlindBoyGrnt

    BlindBoyGrnt Nullius in verba

    Merry Christmas pm, and cheers.
     
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  5. Drybasement

    Drybasement Hold the ketchup...

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    Nilsson - Son Of Schmilsson

    From the RCA Albums Collection box set. I love Harry and was in the mood for this album. Maybe more to follow...
     
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  6. pmsummer

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    And to you and yours, sir. Only eight days to go! ;-)
     

     

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  7. Drybasement

    Drybasement Hold the ketchup...

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    Sloan - Action Pact

    Love this band and their energy. Great music.
     
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    vintageboy Chicago HiFi Subscriber

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  9. Drybasement

    Drybasement Hold the ketchup...

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    Fleetwood Mac - Rumours
     
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  10. Drybasement

    Drybasement Hold the ketchup...

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    Gov't Mule - Dose
     
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  11. 91r100gs

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    Rode it Thursday for about 30 miles after the Morning rain showers and before the cold front came roaring in.
     

     

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  12. olson_jr

    olson_jr Beware of cake hoarders & soft shoe shufflers Subscriber

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    "What I would like to call it is organic music; natural-blending soundscapes, ambient music without any electronics, and a style that would perfectly fit into a wide range of cinematic scenes, from romantic to film noir."
    SOUNDBLAB 10/10

    "The collaboration benefits both sides. Grimes again has a basket in which to carry her notes. Astrïd has the icing for their cake. Through the Sparkle reflects the glow of an inspired pairing. Soft sparks fly, reflect their scenery, and settle onto a reflective floor."
    A CLOSER LISTEN

    "Through the Sparkle balances shimmering, softly shining upliftingless with shifting shadows. It’s an easy yet rich listening experience which brings with it a sense of the way in which music can enrich the soul."
    AURAL AGGRAVATION


    credits: released September 1, 2017
    • Vanina Andréani : violin, kalimba, metallophone
    • Rachel Grimes : piano
    • Yvan Ros : drums, percussions
    • Cyril Secq : guitars, harmonium, Juno, Rhodes, bass
    • Guillaume Wickel : clarinet, bass clarinet, Juno

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  13. olson_jr

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    ASTRID ~ HIGH BLUES

    French group Astrid started as a guitar/drums duo with players Cyril Secq and Yvan Ros, but when they expanded the group to a quartet with violin from Vanina Andreani and clarinet from Guillaume Wickel, the band's sound really started to take shape. Their brand of chamber music is at its most expansive and wide-open on their new record, High Blues. The album starts with the 21-minute title track, an impressive opening statement built on the light thump of drums and echoing guitars that crumble into string and wind experiments. The band goes from there to the lighter sound of Eric Satie's "Eric S." and then "Suite" marries the two. It's their most cohesive tune here; carried by insistent drums and a steady piano hook, it's the song with the best foundation for their wandering sound. They can certainly experiment and get weird and ambient, but the further they drift from order on "High Blues" or 11-minute closer "Bysihm" -- the best part of which is the languid violin work -- the harder it is to stick with them. High Blues can be a shadowy, affecting listen, but only when those blues have a firm, steady floor on which to stomp their lonely stomp.

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  15. Mystic

    Mystic We're all born mad

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    Anthems
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  16. pmsummer

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    IN NATALI DOMINI
    Medieval Christmas Songs
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    Konrad Ruhland - director

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  17. Mystic

    Mystic We're all born mad

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    Lords Of Sin
    (Mausoleum, 1984)
     
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    MISSA "HODIE CHRISTUS NATUS EST"
    Christmas Mass in Rome
    Giovanni Pierluigi Palestrina
    Josquin - Victoria - Frescobaldi - D. Mazzocchi - Carissimi

    Gabrieli Consort & Players
    Paul McCreesh - director

    Archiv Produktion
     
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  19. BlindBoyGrnt

    BlindBoyGrnt Nullius in verba

    Rich Robinson - “Flux”
    Good effort, with a great bass line in “Which Way Your Wind”
     
  20. BlindBoyGrnt

    BlindBoyGrnt Nullius in verba

    Shawn Colvin - “Fat City”
     

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