What are you Listening To Right Now?

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  1. HunterMcD

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    I have a couple 10” records, both are from the band Scour. Phil anselmo’s newest project. Makes them easy to find on the shelf. Lol
     

     

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    Volume One of 20 years of Jethro Tull.Chrysalis.1988.Three CDs.
     
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    Might be rare Tracks. I thought it was Krest Of A Knave. Wrong!
     
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    A He. Lol.
     
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    Thanks.
     
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    Maybe I should have said a Who. A he-Who.
     
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    Did someone say Mountain??? 20180113_135216.jpg
     

     

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    Ooo, ooo, I know! "Montreux '77!!"


    Yeah, I was hip to Leslie West, but never really knew anyone else in Mountain. One dude bears a striking resemblance to Appice.
    Thanks!

    This year is my year. It's only fair anyway, but I keep hearing about these incredible deals...

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    Picked the bassoon over the flute. I love double reeds.
     
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    Beethoven - Symphony #1in C major Opus 21

    Herbert von Karajan - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra

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  14. Dusty Ol'Man

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    The time is now!
     
  15. 91r100gs

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    Steely Dan ‎– The Royal Scam
    Label:
    ABC Records ‎– ABCD-931, ABC Records ‎– ABCD 931
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP, Album, Santa Maria Pressing
    Country:
    US
    Released:
    1976
    Genre:
    Rock
    Style:
    Pop Rock

    Tracklist
    A1 Kid Charlemagne 4:38
    A2 The Caves Of Altamira 3:33
    A3 Don't Take Me Alive 4:18
    A4 Sign In Stranger 4:22
    A5 The Fez 3:59
    B1 Green Earrings 4:05
    B2 Haitian Divorce 5:30
    B3 Everything You Did 3:54
    B4 The Royal Scam 6:31
    Companies, etc.
    Credits
    Notes
    Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria pressing with label variation: Side A track listing differs from the other Santa Maria pressing, Steely Dan - The Royal Scam, most noticeably A5, which appears on two lines, rather than three.

    Engineered at ABC Studios in Los Angeles and at A&R Studios in New York.

    Special thanks to Larry Carlton and Mr. Garry Sherman.

    Printed in U.S.A.

    ABCD 931 on spine, ABCD-913 on labels.

    All songs published by ABC/Dunhill Music, Inc. (BMI).
    ℗©1976, ABC Records, Inc.
    Barcode and Other Identifiers
    • Rights Society: BMI
    • Matrix / Runout (A Side label): ABCD-931-A
    • Matrix / Runout (B Side label): ABCD-931-B
    • Matrix / Runout (A Side etched): ABCD-931-A-1C AZ [Flowers] S
    • Matrix / Runout (B Side etched - 1 circled): AB-931-B 1
     
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    So Far,,, CSNY...
     
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    DOM - Sorry to hear about your wife's car accident, hope she's better soon!

    First music I've heard this week since my ears messed up with a cold... Now my wife is down but her's is more flu like than cold.

    Andreya Triana - Lost Where I Belong [iTunes]

    Unique sound and style on a pretty nicely recorded CD.
     
  19. Crazy Gnome

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  20. stevo137

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    I studied Bartok a bit back in the day, American Conservatory Chicago and I agree.

    His music is so vast you cannot fathom much of it.

    It seems endless the amount of music that he made.

    If you can’t find the Fritz Reiner this one will satisfy as well.

    The Cleveland Orchestra~George Szell.

    The Janacek Sinfonietta is a nice bonus on this too.

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