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The Recorded LIVE Playlist

Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by onepixel, May 13, 2010.

  1. WillVT

    WillVT Super Member

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    The set comes with a DVD too. That's one downside of the Spotify version...
     

     

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  2. Mystic

    Mystic We're all born mad

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    Indeed it is.
     
  3. Mystic

    Mystic We're all born mad

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    The Ramones
    Cahn Auditorium
    Northwestern University
    Evanston, IL
    13 October 1979

    *This show will be 39 years old in four days (Saturday). Wonder if this show was performed, all those years ago, on a Saturday? Dayum time flies...
     
  4. Scuzzer

    Scuzzer Fixed Bias

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    Trying to find new music to listen to. Thinking I might hang around for a bit. And how are you?

    Actually I'm in a rut, when push comes to shove I reach for the same 20 tunes I've been using for the last 10 years. I need a new direction to explore.
     
  5. Mystic

    Mystic We're all born mad

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    Hi ol' pal o' mine. Like I wrote earlier, it's good to see you back w/ us, even if only for a little while.

    About getting into some different music: one suggestion is that you explore the contents of several of the various "playlists", e.g., Experimental/Noise, "Live", "Progressive", "Classical", "Neo-Psych", "'60s-'70s" Psych" (I can never remember the excat title of this one, but if you track down the "today's playlist" entries by member @bobsvinyl, MANY of Bob's posts will lead you to the "vintage" Psych thread), "Twang", etc. Heck, maybe even "Today's Soul", my old thread, which is still pumping hard after, what, 10-12 years? In any case the listings @ these respective threads might lead to discoveries of (to you) new material you'd find enjoyable? Just my two kopecks. But anyway glad to see you back in action fella.

    P.S. hey, maybe you could manage to revive Enrico Sonic's old "Guess The Album Cover" (or something to that effect) thread?
     
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  6. Scuzzer

    Scuzzer Fixed Bias

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    Technology rendered that thread dead, I figured it out when I posted a jazz album that had no reverse image hits but its vol 2 had craploads. Multiple guys spiked the ball on the wrong album.

    Yeah, I'm an experimental/noise/ambient/drone type guy. I'll look up those threads but let's hear it from that crowd here.
     

     

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  7. Scuzzer

    Scuzzer Fixed Bias

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    Oh, I forgot. I like live music more than canned.

    Looks like Enrico posted around a year and a half ago, beat me by a year.
     
  8. Mystic

    Mystic We're all born mad

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    That's what I recealled and why I listed it first among the "playlists". There is also a (separate IIRC) thread for Ambient material which, if IIRC, was started by @shrinkboy some years ago, but possibly after your "retirement" from this community...?
     
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    Mystic We're all born mad

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    I remember that you were pretty active @ the "Today's Live" thread.
     
  10. Scuzzer

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    I posted quite a bit on shrinkboys ambient list. At least when I had something new to post. That thread has got to be way over a decade long
     
  11. Mystic

    Mystic We're all born mad

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    Tosca
    (Puccini, 1900)

    This recording:

    Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
    Vienna State Opera Chorus

    Direction: Herbert von Karajan
    Principals: Leontyne Price, Giuseppe de Stefano, Giuseppe Taddei

    (Decca, 1962)
     

     

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  12. WillVT

    WillVT Super Member

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    Here's an interesting tidbid, continuing on the ambient side of things.
    This is actually being performed in my town this weekend. David Bowie's Blackstar, performed by the Ambient Orchestra, with Maya Beiser on cello as Bowie's "voice."
    I don't know too much about it, but here's a clip from another show. Seems pretty interesting.

     
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  13. BlindBoyGrnt

    BlindBoyGrnt Nullius in verba

    King Crimson - Dieburg 27 March 1974
     
  14. BlindBoyGrnt

    BlindBoyGrnt Nullius in verba

    Acoustic All-Stars - The Birchmere 1988
     
  15. Mystic

    Mystic We're all born mad

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    Who all be involved in this group project, or is this the name of a band, rather than a collection of, um, acoustic all-star players?
     
  16. Mystic

    Mystic We're all born mad

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    The Cure
    American Airlines Center (nb: whatta crap name for an arena)
    Dallas, TX
    15 May 2016
     

     

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  17. BlindBoyGrnt

    BlindBoyGrnt Nullius in verba

    The best Bluegrass has to offer:Jerry Douglas, Bela Fleck, Sam Bush, Tony Rice, Mark O'Connor, and a bass player (Schatt?)
     
  18. BlindBoyGrnt

    BlindBoyGrnt Nullius in verba

    I just Googled, and the fiddler is Stuart Duncan, and the bass player is Mark Schatz.
     
  19. shrinkboy

    shrinkboy AK Subscriber Subscriber

    this morning, I was listening to Lustmord, The Place Where the Black Stars Hang
     
  20. Mystic

    Mystic We're all born mad

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    Ah, so an assembly of all-star string playing cats indeed.
     

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