Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.
Nashville Skyline - JC and BD
She looks like a young Jamie Lee Curtis.
Worked late, but aaah, I came off call this morning. Good evening!
The Switched On Bach tape came today. The starting bid was really low and I got it for a dollar more than that.
I recall this caused a bit of a stir when released. Some liked it, some thought it a sort of musical sacrilege. I never heard it until now, and I like it.
Rhiannon Giddens ~ Freedom Highway
It's a great set start to finish. Next time I play it I'll go with the pre-war discs just because I need to be more adventurous
That said, I'm listening to New Wave Of British Heavy Metal as usual.
I ripped this audio off youtube four years ago. A collection of the band Satan's demo tapes from 1981, 82 and 86.
Satan was one of many NWOBHM bands to come out of Newcastle and the North East of England. For whatever reason the best of the best seemed to come from there...Raven, Venom, Satan and Tygers Of Pan Tang.
Recently found 2 CDs out of the Jethro Tull 25th Anniversary Box Set (3 & 4). I'm currently listening to The Beacons Bottom Tapes.
That was really fast. Or should I say reely fast.
It's a remarkable album in my opinion, but I'm not a purist and I can see where purists might find it off putting. To me it helped introduce serious classical music to people who otherwise wouldn't have been inclined to seek it out.
Carlos got some incredible sounds out of that early moog and I feel he/she paid great homage to the music.
I just noticed. Your RTR credits Walter Carlos with the performance. My vinyl credits Wendy Carlos.
This was one confused and convoluted individual.
Blues At Newport Recorded Live at the Newport Folk Festival 1963. Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry, John Lee Hooker, and Mississippi John Hurt making his first major public appearance at the age of 71. This recording is John Hurt's first since the late 1920's.
What a life story.
Mississippi John Hurt at Newport July 1963
I used to have one of those with two 18" subs. Sounded best playing March of the Lunatics.
It's the real deal. I've never been to one, but I've got the posters.
Great record. I used to have it, needs to go on my list.
Re: Record Store Day, for the uninitiated, it is an industry-wide promotion that has been going for many years now. Many unique exclusives are offered. They have something similar for the comic book/graphic novel industry.
Unfortunately, the good grass-roots idea has become somewhat over-the-top corporatized and prices out a lot of the smaller dealers and shops, and the equivalent of ticket-scalpers buy up a lot of the exclusive product then jack the prices tenfold on eBay the next day. So there have been some bumps in the road.
Re: My listening tonight, things are looking grim. Some homefront issues and the late hour are conspiring to deny me, but I'm still trying to sneak a side in, or part of a podcast before lights-out.
I always figured you were named Marc. Then your avatar, which I believe to be the Brooklyn Bridge perhaps signifies the letter "M"?
Just try to get some sleep, GJ...might I suggest a pint of Old Harper?
You get it Del. Get some; I know you can. I'll be waiting here, snapping my gum on this blanket in a poodle skirt...
Dang, I AM tired...
In Search of the Lost Chord
Extra virgin, first cold press
No wait, that's my wife's olive oil.
Hey, maybe we'll see the Goat Killer!!!
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