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Van Morrison - Tupelo Honey
(1971, Warner Bros)

 

 

 

 

 

Bruford - Gradually Going Tornado
(1980, Polydor) MASTERED AT ALLEN ZENTZ L.A. CALIF in the deadwax

 

 

 

 

Buddy Holly - For The First Time Anywhere
(1983, MCA) KPG/MCA in the deadwax

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This is so warm and full of life.

 

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Pendulum - Immersion

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Some good early morning "wake up" music.

 

Singer-songwriter Amber Rubarth, cellist Dave Eggar, violinist Tim Snider and percussionist Chuck Palmer join forces, and combine their unique musical vocabulary to create 'Sessions from the 17th Ward'. Together, this innovative team fuse classic songwriting with folk and country influences, on a number of original compositions and covers of songs by Tom Waits and Bob Dylan.

The catchy, upbeat "Full Moon in Paris" proves Amber Rubarth's crossover appeal, showing off her talents as a songwriter during the infectious chorus, and in a bridge that brings the song full circle. "Don't You" merges the four musical talents perfectly, showcasing each artist's talent in a moment of pure bliss. 'Sessions from the 17th Ward' will make you fall in love with Rubarth's genuine, unique voice and musical style.

Personnel: Amber Rubarth (guitar, Dave Eggar (cello), Tim Snider (violin), Chuck Palmer (percussion)

 

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My Bloody Valentine (MBV) - 24/96 Waw

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I went for an hour-long walk today which I try to do at least a couple times a week. I put my B&W P5s on my head and turned on shuffle mode on my iPhone. These are the tracks that played (I didn't skip anything) and I throughly enjoyed every second of my walk. I could have hardly made a better playlist myself even if I tried. The last track was the perfect way to bring my walk to a close.

 

PSYGangnam Style (강남스타일) - Gangnam Style (강남스타일)

Bladiator (original music composed by Nobuo Uematsu) - Final Fantasy VII: Voices of the Lifestream - The Golden Ivories of Gaia (Various Themes)

Ulver - Perdition City - Lost in Moments

Soular Order - Signals - Signals

Kow OtaniShadow of the Colossus ~Roar of the Earth~ - Hope

Kanye West - My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy - Runaway

Arvo Pärt (performer: Christopher Bowers-Broadbent) - Arbos - Pari Intervallo

June-Voice - Virginia - Virginia (Kyohei Akagawa Remix)

Rickie Lee Jones - Pirates - Skeletons

Shōji Meguro (singer: Shihoco Hirata) - Persona 4 Original Soundtrack - Signs of Love

John Lee Hooker - It Serve You Right to Suffer - Bottle Up and Go

Hiromi - Beyond Standard - Led Boots

Symbion Project - Contrapasso - To See, Once More, the Stars

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Pickwick - The Round

 

The main vocalist has a serious set of pipes on him, would highly recommend giving a listen.

 


 

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Fusion-era Miles Davis
 

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Anybody who is into instrumental progressive/fast metal should give Marc A Pullen - Inchoate a go.  (From saurbraten video game)

 

Ohmegee is all I can say SR-Lamda Pro > own rebuild/modded EL84 amp.

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