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post #136 of 6438
JMT...very interesting thread... This is great for looking at who is listening to what out there. Guess it shows our love for music...and our love for particular styles of music. I have been picking up quite a bit of music lately...Here are some of my most recent:

Bob James - "Restless"
Paul Hardcastle - "The Jazzmasters"
Fourplay - "Between The Sheets"
Bob James - "Morning, Noon, & Night"
Paul Hardcastle - "Hardcastle 2"

This is a great way to check out some great new music. Too bad there is not a way for us to put "snipets" of this music on the site to give everyone just a taste of what we are listening to.

By the way, JMT...I am beginning to really appreciate my new Senns...can't wait to hear the "enhanced version"

Dave
post #137 of 6438
Anybody here a fan of the really mellow "New Age" music? Can anybody make some good suggestions? I like to listen to some of this type of music when I am studying. Right now I listen to some Windham Hill, Enya, etc. Any other suggestions?
post #138 of 6438
Quote:
Originally posted by FCJ
1. Wagner Der Ring des Nibelungen (Solti remastered Decca)
2. Benny Green/Russell Malone "Jazz at the Bistro" (Telarc)
3. Beethoven Piano Works Vol. 2 Schnabel (Naxos)
4. Beethoven Piano Works Vol. 3 Schnabel (Naxos)
5. Rosalyn Turek Plays Bach: The Allegro Recordings
I have the first CD issue of the Solti Ring, from the early '80s. Is the remastered release much better?
post #139 of 6438
Hmm...

Eminem "The Eminem Show"
Jurassic 5 "Power in Numbers"
Ludacris "Word of Mouf"
Ice Cube "Greatest Hits"
Nate Dogg "The Music In Me"
post #140 of 6438
Quote:
Originally posted by jamont
I have the first CD issue of the Solti Ring, from the early '80s. Is the remastered release much better?
Yes, it is much better. I had the early 80's version and I sold it. I picked my copy up at Towerrecords.com, used, for only $104 (shipping was free).
post #141 of 6438
v/a - Metal Tribute to Abba
Ulver - that ...Silencing... one (that comprises the previous two) and Perdition City
SunnO))) - Flight of the Behemoth
OSI - Office of Strategic Influence

Braver, you suck (just jealous)! Souvenirs hasn't come out over here, yet. Oh, well, I guess it makes up for In Absentia, eh?
post #142 of 6438
Quote:
Originally posted by Dusty Chalk
[B]SunnO))) - Flight of the Behemoth
Dusty, have you tried out Teeth Of Lions Rule The Divine?

It's got at least one of the Sunn O))) fellows in it as well as ... guh, some other Southern Lord guys.

It's really good.

- Chris
post #143 of 6438
Quote:
Originally posted by minya
Dusty, have you tried out Teeth Of Lions Rule The Divine?

It's got at least one of the Sunn O))) fellows in it as well as ... guh, some other Southern Lord guys.

It's really good.

- Chris
Nope, just discovered them, thanks for the rec! I think I need to pick up their other albums, too.
post #144 of 6438
Just in the last few days i picked up

Dredg-Leitmotif
Queens of the stone age-songs for the deaf
The two towers soundtrack
post #145 of 6438
Well, I didn't exactly buy these. They were in the 'free' bin at my mom's friend's record store.

Loop Guru - Amrita
Early Music For Dummies
Traffic Soundtrack
Magnolia Soundtrack (eww Aimee Mann)
Afro Celt Sound System - Vol 3: Further in Time
Holst's The Planets (Philips)
Radiohead - Amnesiac

I don't normally listen to any of this music and indeed haven't heard of several of the bands. I haven't listened to any of it yet but I'm not holding my breath.
post #146 of 6438
5 most recent aquisitions:

1. Mouse on Mars - Idiology <-- Bought it tonight, listening right now (reserving comments for later...)
2. Wondermints - Mind If We Make Love to You <-- Can anyone say "Beach Boys"?
3. Fatboy Slim - Live at Brighton Beach <-- Ok, but I like "You've Come a Long Way, Baby" more
4. Massive Attack - Blue Lines <-- Great stuff!
5. Grateful Dead - Dick's Picks Vol. 25, 5/10/78 <-- Excellent except when Donna Jean gets a little over-excited

Bonus Disc:
6. Badly Drawn Boy - Have You Fed the Fish? <-- Two thumbs up, I like it quite a bit more than the previous one
post #147 of 6438
1) Ian Hunter - Rant
2) New Radicals - Maybe You've Been Brainwashed Too
3) Goo Goo Dolls - Gutter Flower
4) John Mayer - Any Given Thursday
5) Moose - XYZ
post #148 of 6438
Calexico - Feast Of Wire
Laika - Good Looking Blues
Super Numeri - Great Aviaries
Chemikal Underground - Out Of Our Heads On Skelp
Miles Davis Quintet - Steamin' With...
post #149 of 6438
These are the most recent, I donno what order through...

1) Jethro Tull - The Very Best of (I knew they were good, and this proved it)
2) Arrested Development - 3 Years, 5 Months and 2 Days in the Life of... (A Classic. I needed)
3) Apocalyptica - Cult (Mostly original work, no longer about the cellos playing Metallica novelty)
4) John Mclaughlin plays Bill Evans - Time Remembered (5 Guitars playing Bill Evans, digital recording)
5) Horowitz in Moscow (Live, friggin' awesome concert, Digital Recording)

and I suppose I can squeeze in

6) Morphine - A Cure for the Pain (Such a great sound)
post #150 of 6438
Cat Stevens Greatest Hits
Nils Lofgren Code of the Road Greatest Hits Live
Nils Lofgren Band Live
Nils Lofgren Break Away Angel
Nils Lofgren Acoustic Live

what can I say...I'm in a Nils groove....the marriage of his music and my Senn 600s is a very good thing. His guitar playing is beyond sweet. Also one of my favorite male vocalists.

John
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