Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.
Jackson Browne - Fountain of Sorrow
Just watched on PBS the wreck of the USS Indianapolis. It's 18000 ft deep. Absolutely amazing.
Now playing- Derek and The Dominos - Layla
Bell Bottom Blues just came on
The song of the day for America on Sept 13: The Star Spangled Banner
They had a lot of good albums, Salisbury is fantastic too and then Demons and Wizards which was considered by the band their masterpiece,their Machinehead. I saw The Magicians Birthday tour at the Fox theatre in Long Beach .ca. I was on Lsd,amazing concert Lee Kerslake was crammed into his drum kit and played the drums with robotic efficiency, Ken Hensley's moog was blasting holes into the darkness and we sat right behind the mixing board. Gary Thains hulking figure coming up to the end of the stage thumping the bass with a grin from ear to ear. The lead vocalist who's name escapes me was spot on. Gotta tell Vinyl is the way to go with Look at Yourself cause the import cd is dreadful.
Ok Layla motivated me to get off my ass and take a group shot. I honestly do not think I have heard anything Eric Clapton has done I did not like
No need to apologize. Bare feet are almost as common on this thread as DARK SIDE OF THE MOON.
Outstanding album. Didn't hurt a bit that Jack White has his fingerprints all over it. Their duet on Portland, Oregon is sublime.
The live take performed on The David Letterman Show is an alt-country masterpiece,..imho.
Kayak - Periscope Life
Mercury Records - 1980
Steven Wilson - To The Bone, "bone" colored vinyl version. Been playing this one a lot since it was released last month. I know this album has divided some fans, but I think it's a great record. Just took a bit longer to sink in.
I have no idea how you have the collection organized...can't figure out how Yes fits in between Rory Gallagher and Alan Parsons, but it's your collection and it's cool!
The pic makes me want to commence flipping.
Women and Songs
Sailin' Shoes / Little Feat
There is no organization at all. That's the reason for the labeled dividers. Started with one record bin and soon out grew it. Built the second out of a sheet of 3/4 ply that an all-terrain fork lift was driving over for days. Never even bothered to put any finish on it.The country is mostly on the far right(out of picture) Oddly when I built the cd shelves I divided into genres and alphabetical order. I have very nearly out grown the cd shelves too. Like the dividers? Made out of manila folders
Been listening to this tonight, an album buried in the "80's and not listened to more than a couple of times.
I've flipped past it like a thousand times more than I've listened to it.
It's actually pretty dammed good!
Riot ~ Thunder Steel
1988 CBS Records BFZ 44232
Les McCann- McCann The Man(1978) my flac rip of a cassette. Sounds great. I a little worried about my old cassettes. After I play them there is more than normal residue left behind. I blame myself because for the last 10 years they have been in the attic above the garage. Not Good.
The manila dividers are brilliant. Cheap and efficient.
My crates are only arranged alphabetically, they swap out based on the mood. Right now they're scattered around my feet and not stacked as seen here.
Separate names with a comma.