Monday Tunes

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  1. Dave918

    Dave918 Super Member

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    Have the day off, so to get things started -

    Hydraulic Woman - "Glad Game"
     
  2. Jace

    Jace Well-Known Member

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    I started with Alison Krauss & Union Station - New Favorite
     
  3. Grumpy

    Grumpy Krusty old SOB! Yes, I own Audiokarma Staff Member Admin Sponsor Subscriber

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    Started off with some NPR blues and Jazz. Moved on to Muddy's Folk singer which is sounding absolutely Killer ! :)
     
  4. jguzman21

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    Must be a day for killer music... I have some Eva Cassidy "Live at Blues Alley" goin'

    :cool:
     
  5. tentoze

    tentoze Twangophile

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    A new score from the week-end- Alasdair Roberts, Farewell Sorrow- kind of a Scottish version of Will Oldham. Mostly acoustic, vaguely Scottish traditional sounding (but no bagpipes). Great cd.
     
  6. Dave918

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    John Lee Hooker "Boogie Chillen"

    SACD Hybrid :thmbsp:
     
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  7. Dave918

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    Playing Scott Carter "East End Journal" again.
    Great acoustic folk material, love it!

    -Dave
     
  8. JDaniel

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    It's a little Grateful Dead compilation this morning.

    "Althea" is the current tune.

    On deck: Allman Bros. "The Road Goes On Forever" remaster.

    JDaniel


    ps - hey Dave - there's a bonus or two in the package I mailed ya last week. Happy Thanksgiving.
     
  9. Dave918

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    Right now I'm listening to a great compilation titled "Harpin' Vol. 1" that was but together by a fellow AKer. Thanks JDaniel!

    -Dave
     
  10. Jim Eck

    Jim Eck Chicks dig the Mule

    Spent the evening with Siegel Schwall Shake, and some early Vangard years on vinyl, finished dinner with some Bread, mellow after some active Blues.

    Jim
     
  11. Dave918

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    Starting out this morning with a little Van Morrison "What's Wrong With This Picture?". One of the best releases of 2003 IMO. :cool:

    -Dave
     
  12. Dave918

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    Following up with Warren Zevon "The Wind", another of my top picks for 2003, before heading out for the day.

    -Dave
     
  13. opt80

    opt80 Moderator Moderator

    I have today off too,have to work Tuesday but then I am off until next Monday.

    Start the day with John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers...Blues Forever

    yes!:guitar: :yippy:

    Alan
     
  14. bark at the moon
    the ultimate sin
    diary of a madman

    does anybody besides me listen to any rock and roll music?
     
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  15. JDaniel

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    Trying to get some work done (yeah right), listening to one of my top five all time albums - The Allman Bros. - The Road Goes On Forever Remaster..

    The few of us here at work today all brought food - Christmas cookies, sweets, pumpkin bread, a crock-pot full of Cheese/Rotel/Hamburger dip with chips. I'm gaining weight with each passing hour.

    JDaniel

    On deck: A Best of Ryko records compilation
     
  16. Dave918

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    Back home early and its Alison Krauss + Union Station "New Favorite" spinning away.

    -Dave
     
  17. BlackSwamp

    BlackSwamp Previously DingusBoy

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    Dave, Yep I do rock & roll but today seems to be another story:

    Van Morrison: Too Long in Exile

    Lyle Lovette: My Baby Don't Tolerate

    Miles Davis: Best of CD on blue note

    playing some CD's on the Lector today! a little burn in is good.
     
  18. JDaniel

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    Starting out the day with a little Allman Brothers Band - Brothers And Sisters from 1973. Not a bad way to start the day - not bad at all.

    JDaniel
     
  19. Dave918

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    Lucinda Williams – “World Without Tears” playing this morning. I just can't get enough of this CD lately :D

    -Dave
     
  20. JDaniel

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    Dave - Sounds like you like the newest Lucinda Williams. I just love her voice. Based on your comments, I may have to pick it up. For some reason, I hesitated in buying this cd, and Annie Lennox - Bare. I now regret not buying both. I guess these will go on my "buy" list, along with the new Lyle Lovett, and the new Sarah MacLachlan.

    JDaniel
     

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