What are you Listening To Right Now?

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  1. NeedForSpeed

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    Some good stuff, Could flow better. Great playing makes up for it.
     
  2. MX5Seeker

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    Wow! :bowdown: Nice job Frank!
     
  3. Fuzzbuster

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    Played sides 1 & 2 a few days ago. Here's 3 & 4: 1507857787723959425925.jpg
     
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    Chicago II - Steven Wilson remix, 96k high resolution from HD Tracks.

    Takes me right back to eighth grade.

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  9. FOH Engineer

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    Vintage Epic Jazz Release
    This one goes out to Fuzzy W.
     
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    Thanks Lou. That's what all the classical music was about today. I concentrate better with classical. It was a nice dreary, rainy, windy day here on the coast and there was nothing much to do. So I broke out the paints and had some fun.
     
  11. OnTheBlitz

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    Hi Brother P-Man and Brother @FOH Engineer: that is why I scored it the way I did. Performance = 5/10, SQ = 6/10. I figured there was a reason this is only like the 2nd or 3rd time I've ever listened to it since I bought the CD when it first came out in 1986 and on CD. It's not like it is un-listenable, but when you hear the name Steve Howe is in the band, I guess you hope for and expect a lot more. I remember that was all the hype that got me to buy it in the first place. Let's Time Travel back to 1986, quote from a friend, and I quote ""Dude, Man, You Gotta get the new GTR album when it comes out, Steve Howe is the lead guitar and pretty much main dude man, he's the head of the band dude!, You gotta get it!""

    LOL, funny to think of 80's - they were the best years of my younger adult life.

    -Blitz
     
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    Day off tomorrow. Think I'll hang out the lantern for a while:
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    Gov’t Mule - Revolution Come Revolution Go

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  14. fuzzywobbles

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    That does look like fun!
     
  15. Delmarva

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    This is a much better off the wall Steve Howe effort. 1950's hard bop jazz. Steve's Gibson E3175D, his son Dylan on drums, and Ross Stanley on Hammond organ. Imagine Siberian Khatru as Jimmy Smith would have played it.
    The Steve Howe Trio ~ Travelling
    2010 HoweSound HSCD 004

    https://www.discogs.com/Steve-Howe-Trio-Travelling/release/2728947
    https://www.allaboutjazz.com/travelling-steve-howe-howesound-review-by-bruce-lindsay.php
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    OK, the Jimmy Smith comparison is really stretching it, but you get the idea.
     
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  16. OnTheBlitz

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    Hey Frank - That looks great! What steady hands you must have - precision! just in time for Halloween. Funny, I'm creative in other ways, but art (drawing by hand, painting, etc...) is not one of them. Nice work!
     
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    Thanks Chris. The outlining everything in black is what's killing me. It's making me turn my hand constantly while attempt to keep the brush flowing. I'm a total failure at it.
     
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    Fuzz , I think one of the best things about the vintage jazz scene is that high quality albums are out there to be found that go almost ignored in many used stores..an endless catalog of titles seems to exist as well..My collection is finally getting large enough to take it out of general population and give them seperate storage shelving.
    I just feel kind of stupid for having let it take this long..
     
  20. OnTheBlitz

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    I think not Frank - You are quite the artist! It looks awesome. Would love to have the finished piece to put on top of my Stereo Rack, right below the "Blue Cave Signs" :bowdown: :trebon: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
     

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