LOL! A good music night, had some extra free time.
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I agree with you all. She's absolutely brilliant.
However I can stiil remember school dances from way back when "Do You Really Want Me" was blasting from the PA system, which makes it difficult to give her more recent output an absolutely fair and unbiased evaluation.
Live Art [Live]
Something of a retrospective, Live Art is a treat for both newcomers and aficionados of the eye-popping artistry that is Bela Fleck, not to mention his more-than-capable partners in crime, bassist Victor Wooten and percussionist (well, it's not exactly a drum set he plays) Future Man. This two-disc set features live performances spanning a four-year period, with several guest appearances: Branford Marsalis sits in on "Flying Saucer Dudes," Chick Corea is featured on "The Message," and Bruce Hornsby appears on "More Luv." Several never-before-recorded songs appear here as well--the Scottish-inflected "Lochs of Dread," among others. Favorites like "Flight of the Cosmic Hippo," "UFO Tofu," and "Sinister Minister" are here as well, making this a well-rounded, enjoyable collection for any Fleck fan. Jazz? Folk? Bluegrass? Who knows, but whatever it is, it's well worth hearing. --Genevieve Williams
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Nice post and a brilliant album, i always loved the flectones.
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Today I've been finishing going through the releases I bought from Beatport yesterday.
Rodrigo Deem & Marcos Destefanis - Pastela
Embliss & Ad Brown - Oreon
Deas - The Yellow Dragon
Hells Kitchen - The End of Us
Mr Hart - Looks Back
Edited by TJ Elite - 9/27/13 at 6:26am