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Troll by the plot in you. i can't get enough of this band!

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Def Jef - Just a Poet with Soul



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Sweet voice


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I always wondered about these tapes..untill now smile.gif

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One of my favorite things to listen to is the sound rain. Rainymood.com is surely a gift from heaven as if it isn't raining out there, it is when I have my headphones on... :)


Edited by Destroysall - 2/4/13 at 3:10am
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-20 farenheit this morning, time to get the blood pumping!


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Herbie Hancock - Maiden Voyage


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Killer album!! Every note is just stellar, but Tony Williams drumming just kills me, he makes it sound so easy!!

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My Bloody Valentine



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Jerry Garcia Band






















Jerry Garcia Band [Live]

Jerry GarciaJerry Garcia Band




Track Listings

Disc: 1
1. The Way You Do The Things You Do
2. Waiting For A Miracle
3. Simple Twist Of Fate
4. Get Out Of My Life
5. My Sisters And Brothers
6. I Shall Be Released
7. Dear Prudence
8. Deal
Disc: 2
1. Stop That Train
2. Senor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
3. Evangeline
4. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
5. Don't Let Go
6. That Lucky Old Sun

7. Tangled Up In Blue



If the Grateful Dead was Garcia's day job, then his beloved Jerry Garcia Band was his robe and slippers. Without the "scene" swirling quite as much around the JGB, those shows took on a more informal, laid-back feel that was clearly liberating to Garcia, who with the JGB had the freedom to completely indulge his own tastes. The JGB of Garcia's last decade boasted terrific organist Melvin Seals as Garcia's chief improvisational sidekick, plus the background female soul singers Gloria Jones and Jackie LaBranch and Garcia's old buddy John Kahn on bass. Recorded in 1990 at San Francisco's Warfield Theater--which was nothing short of the JGB's home field--this double-disc set gives a clear idea of the ensemble's breadth: Dylan covers, Motown hits, and blues romps, as well as classic rock, gospel, and reggae numbers, and basically any song that Garcia loved. Of course, there's plenty of solo space provided to Garcia's spiraling guitar, but his passionate vocals on the ballads are also quite moving. The single-disc How Sweet It Is was recorded during the same stretch and is equally as impressive. --Marc Greils






My Sisters and Brothers 1990 [HD]


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Herbie Hancock - Head Hunters


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Originally Posted by the wizard of oz View Post

Herbie Hancock - Head Hunters




Been sittin' on a new 180 Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP (Head Hunters) for a few months - purchased a TT and immediately put it in the shop. But don't wanna play my new records on the old TT. Last thing I'm waiting on now is a belt. frown.gif

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Maverick Sabre - Lonely Are The Brave

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