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''Two Matchsticks" - The Wooden Birds

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Nice! I'm looking forward to getting ahold of that Harper/Musselwhite album. Love Galactic...not a huge fan of their studio work, but live they are incredible. I'm going to see them again in April!!

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Miles Davis - Sketches of Spain

 
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Can't wait for the new pre-order on 180g vinyl from Mobile Fidelity. Here's some info for those interested:

 

Part of Mobile Fidelity’s Miles Davis catalog restoration series, the genre-defying 1960 classic has been given the ultimate white-gloves treatment. Mastered from the original master tapes and pressed at RTI, this exquisite 180g LP significantly expands the soundstage that frames the orchestra and digs deep to eradicate a dryness that many critics have found as an anathema to its overall enjoyment. Here, at last, is the full-figured perspective long deserved by the woodwinds, strings, and percussion, all of which come alive with previously unheard definition and detail.

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What a band. What an album. I am stoked to see them live on February 19th!
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Can't wait for the new pre-order on 180g vinyl from Mobile Fidelity. Here's some info for those interested:

Part of Mobile Fidelity’s Miles Davis catalog restoration series, the genre-defying 1960 classic has been given the ultimate white-gloves treatment. Mastered from the original master tapes and pressed at RTI, this exquisite 180g LP significantly expands the soundstage that frames the orchestra and digs deep to eradicate a dryness that many critics have found as an anathema to its overall enjoyment. Here, at last, is the full-figured perspective long deserved by the woodwinds, strings, and percussion, all of which come alive with previously unheard definition and detail.

Must buy.
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Ludwig Van Beethoven:  String Quartet in A minor, op. 132

 

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Torche-Harmonicraft

 

Difficult band to pin down. Often listen in the metal genre, but they have a pop like accesibility that reminds me in some ways of 90's grunge riff rock mixed in with a stoner fuzzed out groove and a little of sabbath doom. Pitchfork says tags them as writing "sludgy pop anthems". That's about right....good modern hard rock w/ an alternative rock sensability. Great driving music. On many year lists of 2012.

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Chance & Circumstance - Peter Malick

 

 

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTm2Q6KVW5

 

 

The talented Norah Jones came to New York and got famous in spectacular, multi-platinum fashion. So it's inevitable that recordings she made before she hit it big are starting to come to the fore. Case in point, this CD by lyricist/songwriter/guitarist Peter Malick. Malick recorded these tunes with Jones in 2000 (when she was just 21), along with four other singers (Jess Klein, Kirsten Proffit, Antje Duvekot, and his daughter Mercy). Stylistically, Malick's music is a radio-friendly blend of country and pop, with just a tinge of jazz, the same kind of genre that launched Jones on her Blue Note debut. The material is mostly about love, longing, and big city life. While all of the singers have basically the same style, the six tracks with Jones's standout. Except for the slow blues number, "All of Your Love," and the organ-fueled up-tempo rocker, "Deceptively Yours," the rest of the guitar-centric music is in the mid-tempo meter. And, yes, Jones sounds the same on the quirky "Strange Transmissions" and the Nashville-nuanced "Heart of Mine" as she does now. Kudos to Mr. Malick for being in the right place and the right studio at the right time. --Eugene Holley, Jr.

 

 

 

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John Coltrane - Africa/Brass

 

 

 

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Miles Davis - Sketches of Spain

 

 

 

Where do you get these large photos from?

 

 

 

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Where do you get these large photos from?

 

 

I search using, for example, "John Coltrane, Africa/Brass, album covers". I get a list of images with different sizes. I pick the largest one. Then you can enlarge it after you paste it.

 

AppleMark

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I search using, for example, "John Coltrane, Africa/Brass, album covers". I get a list of images with different sizes. I pick the largest one. Then you can enlarge it after you paste it.

 

 

 

 

I do the same thing.  mine never come out to be that large.  

 

 

 

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I do the same thing.  mine never come out to be that large.  

 

 

 

Stretch it?

 

 


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