What are you Listening To Right Now?

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  1. RhythmGJ

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    >>>>Listening to pink noise system analysis sound check during load in for Gary Clark Jr. at the Feeman Stage Bayside De...<<<<

    Very cool FOH. I missed him when he was in Buffalo :(

    >>>>Forbidden Planet<<<<

    It's been quite awhile, but I'm imagining you're hearing a lot of Theremin/Ondes Martinot on that one?

    Now Playing: Kenny Burrell, from "Introducing Kenny Burrell" and "Kenny Burrell" (Prestige and Blue Note); line-up including Kenny Clarke on drums, Paul Chambers on bass, Tommy Flanagan on piano, and the one and only Candido Camero on congas/bongos...

    Both albums included in the box set-- "Kenny Burrell-- The Complete Albums Collection 1956-1957"
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    Update on the Blue Speakers. Pulled some polyfill out and that increases the volume. Still not waking the neighbors. But nice clean and balanced.
     
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    We don't call that milk gravy. We call it sausage gravy and it makes biscuits and gravy the best, most heart clogging breakfast on Earth!
     
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    Dr. says can't eat greasy foods. Non sense ! It goes in and comes out the same day, so I see no harm in it ! lol

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    Going to look it up. Thanks. That's what I luv about this thread it provides a varied selection of music and great people to back their personal flavours..
    He's a singing story musician awesome !!

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    Saint Vitus - Self Titled 1984 Debut Album
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    EDIT: Buddy of mine loaned me this album back when it was new. Their name came from Black Sabbath Volume 4's Saint Vitus Dance.Got curious about it here of late and decided to check it out again. I didn't think much of it back in the day. Wish I'd have bought it back when it was readily available cuz I'm really liking it today. They've got a very trippy, gloomy Sabbath thing going on. The vinyl is way too expensive for me today. Might pick up a cd version, but I'd really prefer vinyl.
     
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    Now Playing: Clifford Brown and Max Roach, "Brown and Roach, Incorporated"

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    One of my Half Price Books finds from yesterday.
     
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    Graduated in 1984 so I know what you mean. I make no apologies for liking the 80s. It was a great time to be a teenager and for music. Compare the Billboard chart from July 1987 to today, and I think you will see what I mean. :eek:
     
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    Baby we were Born to Ruuuun....

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    Found a copy of this on my lunch break at a local antique store. They wanted $30 for it, and I'm conflicted about the price. The media is in great shape but the cover is pretty beat up. Also, I can't figure out which pressing it is. The matrixes matched up with the WLP matrixes, but it's not a WLP. It has the olive green WB label with the skeleton the earlier pressings have. Anyway, currently checking it out on Amazon Prime Music to see if I like it. If I could talk the lady down I might be interested.
     
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    Whadaya got against gravy, man?
     
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