Head-Fi.org › Forums › Misc.-Category Forums › Music › Your 5 newest CDs (or LPs)
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Your 5 newest CDs (or LPs) - Page 14

post #196 of 6399
Quote:
Originally posted by beastie
anyone think i should get peace orchestra? i heard read on amazon that people think tosca side project is way better than peace orchestra. thanks
"Peace Orchestra" is Peter Kruder`s first solo album and I can heartily recommend it. It is one of the best downtempo albums in my collection.

Tosca is side work of his best mate Richard Dorfmeister. I have Tosca`s "Suzuki in Dub" and I like it very much, but still prefer "Peace Ochestra".

Prior to their side projects, these two guys released "K&D Sessions". If you`re a fan of this music style, it is a must have.
post #197 of 6399
Ulver -Perdition city
Devil Doll - Dies Irae
Devil Doll - Eliogabalus
Amorphis - Karelian Isthmus
The 3rd and the mortal - Painting on glass
Any other Devil Doll Listeners/MR.DR fans out there?
post #198 of 6399
Red Hot Chili Peppers: Mother's Milk
Tom Waits: Heartattack and Vine
Dionne Warwick Collection
Debussy: Melodies/Souzay
Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante /Oistrakh & Oistrakh



Regards,

L.
post #199 of 6399
Louis Armstrong: Satchmo Plays King Oliver
Miles Davis: Bags' Groove (XRCD)
Miles Davis: Walkin' (XRCD)
Herbie Nichols: The Complete Blue Note Recordings
Keith Jarrett: Tokyo '96
Dave Holland: What Goes Around
Tom Harrell: Live at the Village Vanguard

NGF
post #200 of 6399
Morphine - Best of 1992/1995
Elton John - Greatest Hits 1970/2002
The Who - Tommy (MFSL II)
Blur - Best of
Pink Floyd - Is There Anybody Out There?
post #201 of 6399
Paul McCartney - Ram
George Harrison - Brainwashed
Glenn Gould - Bach Goldberg Variations
Georges Cziffra - Liszt Hungarian Rhapsodies
Szell - Mahler Symphony No. 6
post #202 of 6399
Somethin' Else, Cannonball Adderly (and Friends)
The Yellow House, Vir Unis and Christopher Short
The River Made No Sound, Pan*American
Submers, Loscil
Michelle Duvall and Doug Brown, two excellent local (Madison, WI) musicians.

Quoth Beastie:
Quote:
Cannonball Adderley- Somethin' Else (i read this is one of the best jazz albums, anyone wanna comment on this?)
Definitely an absolute classic! Every moment on this album's perfect! If you like this, do check out Kind of Blue if you haven't already, which (IMVHO) has a very similar straight-ahead jazz sound.
post #203 of 6399
****My Newest Acquisitions****
__________________________________________________
  • The Minus 5 - Down With Wilco
  • Cinematic Orchestra - Motion
  • Cinematic Orchestra - Every Day
  • Kruder & Dorfmeister - DJ-Kicks
  • Johnny Cash - The American IV "The Man Comes Around"
  • Badly Drawn Boy - Have You Fed The Fish
  • Dzihan & Kamien - Gran Reserva
  • Goldfrapp - Felt Mountain
  • Massive Attack - 100th Window
  • Neko Case - Blacklisted
  • Nightmares on Wax - Mind Elevation
  • Spoon - Kill The Moonlight
  • Thievery Corporation - The Richest Man In Babylon

I would like to discuss music, trade suggestions and share my finds with fellow HeadFiers. my AIM screenname is AngrySilverFish
post #204 of 6399
here are the last 5 cds i've bought. 1.sasha-global underground ibiza(live) 2.sasha & john digweed-northern exposure 2 west coast edition 3.danny tenaglia-global underground athens 4.john digweed-MM11 5.seb fontaine- perfecto presents horizons
post #205 of 6399
Dino Saluzzi: Responsorium
http://www.ecmrecords.com/ecm/recordings/1816.html

Pentangle: Reflection
used

Balentes: Balentes
http://www.btf.it/folk/sardegna/salis.htm

Steve Tibbets: A Man About A Horse
http://www.ecmrecords.com/ecm/recordings/1814.html

Anouar Brahem: Le pas du chat noir
http://www.ecmrecords.com/ecm/recordings/1792.html
post #206 of 6399
over the weekend:

1) Tobin Amon- Supermodified (initial spin- hate it, multiple spins later- absolutely love it!)
2) Thievery Corporation- Mirror Conspiracy (heard most of the songs long before i bought this, bored of it already)
3) Verve Remixed- VA (i think this album is well produced)
4) The KLF- Chill Out (recommended by a nice sales lady, said it's the grand-daddy of all chill music)
5) 2pac- makavelli don killuminai (bought it used)
post #207 of 6399
Thread Starter 
Just picked up today:
  • The Count Meets The Duke (SACD)
  • Pink Floyd - DSOTM (SACD)
  • Grover Washington Jr. - Prime Cuts (SACD)
  • Gershwin - Rhapsody in Blue, An American In Paris, Grand Canyon Suite - Leonard Bernstein conducting the New York Philharmonic & The Columbia Symphony (SACD)
  • Spyro Gyra - Original Cinema
  • Mr. Holland's Opus - The Original Soundtrack
Happy birthday to me.
post #208 of 6399
Dark Side of the Moon (SACD) - Pink Floyd
30 #1 Hits (DVD-A) - Elvis

And for those into Canto-pop....

18-disc Sam Hui boxset (cost me $165.00!!)
Sam Hui "Best of" SACD (on HK Universal Music)
Faye Wong "Best of the Best" SACD (Cinepoly)
Sandy Lam "Best of" SACD (yes....on HK Warner Bros. SACD)
post #209 of 6399
Yes - Relayer. Japanese mini lp sleeve.
California Guitar Trio - Invitation.
Bach-Musical Offering. Leonhardt.
Pink Floyd - Meddle. Japanese mini lp sleeve
Genesis - The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway.
post #210 of 6399
(starting with most recent purchases)[list=1][*]Out Hud - S.T.R.E.E.T. D.A.D.[*]Yo La Tengo - Summer Sun[*]Broken Social Scene - You Forgot it in People[*]Keith Fullerton Whitman - Playthroughs[*]The Notwist - Neon Golden[/list=1]
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Music
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Misc.-Category Forums › Music › Your 5 newest CDs (or LPs)