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Indeed it is, my good friend; and at $49.99 for that matter (for 3LPs). I am going to order mine soon.

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00E7SXRHY/ref=s9_ri_bw_g15_ir01?pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_s=center-4&pf_rd_r=10EF7MN56JCJZFMSP4PS&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=1531656162&pf_rd_i=372989011

 

Two 45s plus a 33 of B-sides? Sounds really nice. I will certainly be ordering a copy as well. Not the biggest Nirvana fan, but I've always liked In Utero a lot.

 


 

Charlie Winston - Running Still

 

Giving this album a first spin before bed. I can't believe how seldom I see this man mentioned on the internet considering how incredibly talented he is. He clearly lives and breathes through his music. His previous album Hobo has been a personal favorite of mine for a couple years now.

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Great Player - song starts at 2.15

 

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Great Player - song starts at 2.15

 

 

He is like a young Tommy Emmanuel! Same guitar and the sound is so similar.

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A very good album :)

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Originally Posted by TJ Elite View Post
 

 

Two 45s plus a 33 of B-sides? Sounds really nice. I will certainly be ordering a copy as well. Not the biggest Nirvana fan, but I've always liked In Utero a lot.

 


 

Charlie Winston - Running Still

 

Giving this album a first spin before bed. I can't believe how seldom I see this man mentioned on the internet considering how incredibly talented he is. He clearly lives and breathes through his music. His previous album Hobo has been a personal favorite of mine for a couple years now.

I'm the same way. In Utero was my true favorite. I enjoyed Nevermind a lot, but In Utero is an album I feel deserves more credit. I'm happy to see it be reissued. : - )


Once again, I can't agree more!! His popularity really seems to only set in his homeland because while is internationally known, he isn't always a hot topic as he should be. Running Still happens to be my most favorite work from him, moreso than Hobo. It just screams how talented the man is..

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He is like a young Tommy Emmanuel! Same guitar and the sound is so similar.

 

right on the ball there, Tommy thought him, took him under his wing. 

 

here is some of his electric stuff, also a very good electric player. 

 

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Copious amounts of Smashing Pumpkins

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"Like Spinning Plates" genius... 

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"Like Spinning Plates" genius... 

 

Good stuff!

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I finally found a good physical copy of this album. Despite three record stores in the area, I've never found any decent folk-punk on vinyl. Turns out one of the guys who works at Mobile Records has similar tastes to me, and will sometimes order boxes for the pleasure of himself and his friends.

 

 

Share What Ya Got by Defiance, Ohio

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Julianna Barwick-Nepenthe

 

This is a new find from me from a Pitchfork review....really interesting electronic/ambient female vocalist. Difficult for me to describe.

 

AllmusicGuide: "Louisiana-bred, Brooklyn-based recording artist Julianna Barwick crafts ethereal, largely wordless soundscapes, all of which are built around multiple loops and layers of her angelic voice".

 

Pitchfork: She sings short, reverb-drenched, often wordless vocal fragments into a loop station (though she made the loops on the painstakingly lo-fi Sanguine using just a guitar pedal) and layers them into luminous compositions that feel like the aural equivalent of an airplane ride through a cloud. Toweringly sublime yet invitingly human, her music has an uncanny power to transform whatever space it's played in. It can make a cramped apartment feel like a high-ceilinged cathedral, or-- when she plays in one-- an actual cathedral feel like a gear-cluttered basement show.

 

You kind of have to hear it get it. It's definitely ambient, oftentimes beautiful and avant garde. I come to this album with an interest in ambient music and drone...Sunn, Swans, etc. It's not out of place in this genre and really enjoyable. Bizarre and beautiful at the same time.

 

 

Nepenthe

 

Heart-Bebe Le Strange 1980-...just bought a 3 original studio recordings collect (Babe Le Strange, Little Queen, The Dog and Butterfly). I've never heard Bebe ....kind of a transitional album from them from their acoustic tinged 70's output....they rock hard on this one. Great Gods-I love Heart's early recordings. I gotta give it up to them...one of the great hard rock bands.

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Led Zeppelin-Physical Gaffiti-1974 remastered in 1994. Essential to my library

 

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Track Listings

 
Disc: 1
1. Go Now - Moody Blues
2. Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon) - Moody Blues
3. Nights In White Satin (Including Late Lament) - Moody Blues
4. Ride My See-Saw - Moody Blues
5. Legend Of A Mind - Moody Blues
6. Voices In The Sky - Moody Blues
7. Lovely To See You - Moody Blues
8. Never Comes The Day - Moody Blues
9. Gypsy (Of A Strange And Distant Time) - Moody Blues
10. Candle Of Life - Moody Blues
11. Watching And Waiting - Moody Blues
12. Question
13. Melancholy Man
14. Story in Your Eyes
15. Lost in a Lost World
16. Isn't Life Strange
17. I'm Just a Singer (In a Rock & Roll Band)
Disc: 2
1. Remember Me, My Friend
2. Blue Guitar
3. Steppin' in a Slide Zone
4. Driftwood
5. Forever Autumn
6. Voice
7. Talking Out of Turn
8. Gemini Dream
9. Blue World
10. Sitting at the Wheel
11. Your Wildest Dreams
12. Other Side of Life
13. I Know You're Out There Somewhere
14. Say It With Love
15. Bless the Wings (That Bring You Back)
16. Highway

Edited by markm1 - 9/28/13 at 6:40pm
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Originally Posted by Destroysall View Post
 

I'm the same way. In Utero was my true favorite. I enjoyed Nevermind a lot, but In Utero is an album I feel deserves more credit. I'm happy to see it be reissued. : - )

Totally agree with that, I'm torn as to whether I'll go vinyl or HDTracks, the newer Hi Rez tracks I've downloaded have been quite nice.

 

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Heart-Bebe Le Strange 1980-...just bought a 3 original studio recordings collect (Babe Le Strange, Little Queen, The Dog and Butterfly). I've never heard Bebe ....kind of a transitional album from them from their acoustic tinged 70's output....they rock hard on this one. Great Gods-I love Heart's early recordings. I gotta give it up to them...one of the great hard rock bands.

51c20vaJUdL.jpg

 

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