Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.
Now Playing: Art Pepper & George Cables, "Tete-a-Tete"
Amazing live album from '87. The sound guy dials it in after the first 30-40 seconds which sound like ass.
Edit: this is a first listen streamIng. Definately one that is worth tracking down on vinyl. Just not the same even at the highest resolution.
Have never seen the pic disk. Pretty cool
Need your positive energy, prayers, etc... I'm on a level 5 CVS Nausea ramp - This scares me when this happens - the cycle needs to break now - don't want to go to the hospital. Keeping myself distracted with our thread and will continue with some soothing Classical music.
Now Playing : 1987 - Handel - Messiah, Andrew Davis,Toronto Orchestra (EMI CDS-7490272) EAC FLAC's
Thanks My Friends! - Chris
_Now_ Playing: J.J. Johnson & Al Grey, "Things Are Getting Better All The Time"
J.J. Johnson did a number of "double trombone" albums with Kai Winding; this album was an attempt to recreate some of that historical musical magic. Kai Winding was also one of the former employers of my drum mentor, Louis Marino...
I took a look at that 78 collection tonight. Only had a cursory look. A lot of common stuff, but there's a lot of it and it comes with a (I'm told) working Zenith radio/78 record player. I offered $20 and they accepted. Couldn't take them tonight because I was on the bike.
Prayers sent Blitz!!!
Haven't heard this in a bit:
Robbie's still on this one...
@OnTheBlitz if it’s a cycle you need to weather the storm and it will smooth out. Just think in small bits, make it through the next 15 minutes and take it from there. Let the cycle work it’s way through. Wishing you strength bud...
Good luck brother
Al Grey was no slouch himself, a veteran of Basie’s band. That looks damn interesting.
And Bonus that the 78s come with something to play them on. I have a box or so of them myself that I have cobbled together over the years, but sadly nothing to play them on...
Chris, Hang in there
One from MY favorite post-Beatle Beatle:
Whoa, just visited the metal thread. Now I'm thrashing like a maniac...maybe the best album to come out of the thrash metal movement. Saw it on vinyl over there. Now I'm ruined.
The album is so technical, so fast, so precise, so heavy, so brilliant.
Megadeth ~ Rust In Peace
1990 Capitol CDP 7 91935 2
Not really the praying type. I believe in the principle of attraction and positive mental energy. Your mind can be a great tool. Distraction is great but I have personally found mental distraction not totally effective. Sometimes I have to physically remove myself for a bit. Believe in yourself my friend...we are all here for you.
I just dig this record:
Good enough that Jimmy & Robert signed them.
Those crazy Finnish hillbillies are back....
This is like "Steppenwolf goes Heavy Metal Polka"....
Everyone remembers Archie as the comedian on Hee Haw, but he could do some dang beautiful serious music:
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