Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.
A vastly underrated album, and Band , songs like Deep Black Lies, Something New, and others rival anything from their time frame..Great melodic sensibility and good stories..Having seen them numerous times I can always think of Smithereens albums as real band playing live recorded documents. They play this stuff live to the letter. They do a great cover of George Harrison's "It Don't Come Easy" live and again to the letter.
Receiver, Work of art. Nice!
Added a few more sounds to the collection. Around 650 CDs, LPs and cassettes.
First scan through is favourable: The Police, U2, The Jacksons (back when Michael was human) ABBA, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, The Beatles, Brubeck and a whole load of other stuff.
Now playing since I got home
American Highway Flower
Dada. "Go Go" is probably the only song to ever reference Chet Bakers missing tooth. If you like three virtuosos playing together this won't disappoint you.
Green Henry also kicks ass. World class guitar playing on every Dada album..
Twice the Love
1988 Warner Bros. 4-25705
My CD/LP/TAPE Collection
That's how to photograph a great posting ***** 5 stars for artistic visual content.
Holy Smokes! That's top notch tunes sir! Where do you guys store this stuff. That would be my living room.
John McLaughlin – Thieves And Poets. CD 2003
Thanks! I try. And this phone does good work.
Alexa is playing "Because The Night" by The Patti Smith Group
Echo Dot stream
Charlie Haden : Bass
Ernie Watts : Sax
Alan Broadbent : Piano
Laramie Marable : Drums
Recorded 10/ 27 & 28 1991 in San Fancisco
Haven't seen this on vinyl but I'll bet the large format album cover is awesome.
Yes, I PM'd him as well and he gave me the same answer. He was happy to hear from me and hopes all is well with the gang here. His response was twofold number one, yes, I was correct in my assumption the infighting was really turning him away. The other was the thread was moving at a such a lightning pace that he did not feel like keeping up with. He said he will poke his head in here soon, so hopefully he'll be back in here for good, like he was once before.
From what I can tell, at least the last week or so, or more, this thread has now simmered down and back to its' old cool, calm state. This makes me happy as this thread is my personal sanctuary and part of my PTSD and ACUTE Anxiety Disorder therapy, this as a result of my brother committing suicide before my eyes, two years ago this month.
So, let's keep the tunes rolling my friends.
Mark Knopfler - Kill to Get Crimson
Storage is a bit of an issue. My cave is pretty well full now.
I agree 100%. They're excellent and GREEN THOUGHTS is my favorite.
DADA was a wonderful '90's band. I'm playing their cd PUZZLE (their 1st release in '92) right now. You've got excellent taste in music, FOH.
Tool - Undertow
They do the Beatles very well. They get 5 pumpkins for their Beatles covers.
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