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"Break It Yourself" - Andrew Bird

Wow this is good stuff - thanks for posting

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"Break It Yourself" - Andrew Bird

Wow this is good stuff - thanks for posting

 

If you like "Break It Yourself" you would love his album called, "The Mysterious Production Of Eggs." I think that it's his best, though I like almost everything Andrew Bird produces...

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Within temptation - a shout in the dark, just discovered this band o.O

No idea how i can manage to not know them before, they seem pretty biggie to me.

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It's mod revival Friday, on the train home from work with HM-801 and DT1350 ( bit humid in London today so wish I'd bought the much lighter and looser T50p)

http://youtu.be/LA2wyIS8xDM
listening to The Chords, Purple Hearts and Squire
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Very nice soundtrack dt880smile.png Haven't had time to watch the movie though.

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Very nice soundtrack dt880smile.png Haven't had time to watch the movie though.

I liked the movie, but it was very unusual.

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One of the first releases on the resurrected Okeh Records imprint, 2013's Quartette Humaine features pianist Bob James and saxophonist David Sanborn performing a set of mostly original songs that walk the line between funky contemporary jazz and more thoughtful post-bop. It’s also the first collaboration between the two giants of contemporary jazz since their 1986 Grammy Award-winning album Double Vision. However, rather than revisit that album's funk and smooth jazz leanings, here James andSanborn summon the spirit of the legendary Dave Brubeck quartet featuring saxophonist Paul Desmond. While they don’t play any Brubeck songs, the album was recorded with Brubeck's adventurous, often challenging acoustic jazz spirit in mind. 

 

Sanborn also wanted to move away from the hemmed-in studio sound both artists were known for and investigate a live-in-studio approach that allowed for more unexpected improvisational situations. For his part, Sanborn benefits from the more freewheeling style and showcases an earthy, blues-oriented sax sound that brings to mind such influences as Hank Crawford and David "Fathead" Newman. Joining the duo are drummer Steve Gadd and bassist James Genus, whose compelling rhythmic choices and more than technically proficient chops are a perfect match for James and Sanborn. These are classy, no-nonsense songs that allow both of these jazz superstars to stretch themselves past what any existing fan might have thought of as their limit.

http://www.allmusic.com/album/quartette-humaine-mw0002508272

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Jeff Beck's Guitar Shop (1989)

 

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ERIC CLAPTON | Derek & The Dominos- Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs (2011) HDtracks 24/96, 27 Songs, Rock


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Beethoven's 9th Symphony - Berliner Philharmonic

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<3 S.H.E

 

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Tina Turner - Golden Eye

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<3 S.H.E

 

 

 

I really like the second track!

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The Rolling Stones

Still Life (American Concert 1981)
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