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Today's New to You Playlist

Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by RichPA, Aug 31, 2018.

  1. RichPA

    RichPA Don't drive angry Staff Member Super Mod Subscriber

    If this has already been done, let me know and I'll delete this (I'm a moderator, and I have the technology :) )

    Let's have a playlist thread of what you've heard for the first time today.

    For me today, it's Syd Arthur - On and On - poppish prog, or proggish pop, take your pick. Well worth a listen
     

     

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  2. Alobar

    Alobar Pulling out of the Last Chance Texaco.. Subscriber

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    Great thread idea Rich,
    I downloaded this last night off HDTracks.. Like it!

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  3. Johnno_Oz

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    Being a teen in the 80's, mostly disregarded the previous decades material including this classic.

    Finally spinning it this morning. Scored it in the form of a picture disk and it's pop and crackle free, probably the first time it's ever been played.

    Enjoying it already.
     
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    following it up with this classic.
     
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  5. BDylanThomas

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    Okay I'm cheating a little. These two were new to me yesterday. Now my Ruth Moody YT playlist has 20 songs on it. She used to be part of the Wailin Jennys or maybe still is, but also performs separately.



     
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  6. RichPA

    RichPA Don't drive angry Staff Member Super Mod Subscriber

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    Moniuszko - Overtures
    Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra/Wit
     

     

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  7. 55Redneck

    55Redneck Canadian Redneck

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    She has one of the sweetest, most soothing voices I've ever heard. She has also done some work with Mark Knopfler on at least two of his albums. The one that sticks out in my mind is the duet with Mark off the Tracker album called Where Ever I Go. If you haven't heard it, look it up, I think you will like. ;)
     
  8. BDylanThomas

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    Agree about her voice. Surprisingly, I did not care for their duos that much. Much prefer each of them separately fwiw.
     
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  9. Johnno_Oz

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    Fabels- ShereKhan.

    Released on Friday, thought it was a Steve Wilson number when I first heard it.
     
  10. olson_jr

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    Cymande ~ Cymande

    A guy on Facebook recommended this to me, seems I missed it when it first came out in 72.

    As he described it: First there was Tower of Power, 1968. Then there was War, 1969. Then there was Cymande, 1972

    I do hear some War in it, but I also hear Santana's ~ Love Supreme, Alice Coltrane's music, bits sound like I Walk On Guilded Splinters, etc. I also think that there are some modern groups that have listened to their stuff, Massive Attack comes to mind.

    The tune Dove is a standout.





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    These two were new to me, suggested by a guy on the ECM Facebook Site.

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    So much music, so little listening time.

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    Wildcat Audio Sommelier

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    New-to-me recently has been both Ike Quebec and Stanley Turrentine. For Ike, it's been the albums Soul Samba, Blue & Sentimental and Heavy Soul. Great stuff, and I'm not even a fan of Blue Note. ;) For Turrentine, I overheard a record a couple of months ago, and ended up getting Salt Song, Sugar, and The Sugar Man.

    Kind of funny I'm drawn to these since I've been overly tired of saxophone for the past few years. (Especially the wretched soprano sax.) Don't know if it's because I played it, or just due to changing taste. Benny Maupin's playing is the only flaw on the Herbie Hancock albums I like (Head Hunters, Thrust, etc.). Grating.
     
  15. Mystic

    Mystic We're all born mad

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    Enjoy the trip my friend.
     
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  16. Mystic

    Mystic We're all born mad

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    Man, I have not seen a reference to this LP in years. I have an original copy of it, somewhere, among my (very) (c)old storage of LPs & 78s.
     

     

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  17. olson_jr

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    I have listened to it 5-6 times since, I cannot believe that I had never heard it, or actually heard of it for 46 years.

    The tune Dove is hypnotic, I keep thinking they are going to break into a Love Supreme/Oye Como Va mash up.
     
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    JF Robitaille and Lail Arad. The Photograph.
     
  20. Mystic

    Mystic We're all born mad

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    I recall liking it a lot. I wonder if I could "track" down a digital copy?
     

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