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Dylan (3CD) (Deluxe Edition)

 

This 3 CD set spanning 4 decades is a great overview of purely essentials.

 

Amazon: It's about time the record-buying public was offered up a decent, updated Dylan compilation! Think of this, then, as your Dummies' Guide to Dylan. This is a triple-disc edition with deluxe packaging and nifty artwork. Even the most marginal fan might quibble with the selection--but there's not a mediocre song on here. it is such a pleasure to watch Dylan's progression, to listen as he so quickly works through his influences, goes electric, discovers country music and then God—and then finally somehow wraps it all up together like some alchemical, one-man version of Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music. No matter how you wrap it up, or which commercials it acts as the soundtrack to, or what professors might try to eulogize it to death, this is music that remains as thrillingly alive today as a rattlesnake coiled and hissing in your boots tomorrow morning. --Mike McGonigal

 

Listening to disc 1 today...

 

Disc: 1
1. Song to Woody
2. Blowin' in the Wind
3. Masters of War
4. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
5. A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
6. The Times They Are A-Changin'
7. All I Really Want to Do
8. My Back Pages
9. It Ain't Me, Babe
10. Subterranean Homesick Blues
11. Mr. Tambourine Man
12. Maggie's Farm
13. Like a Rolling Stone
14. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
15. Positively 4th Street
16. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
17. Just Like a Woman
18. Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine) 19. All Along the Watchtower
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R.I.P. Lou Reed, My favorite Lou Reed song "Sweet Jane." 

The best version....followed closely by The Cowboy Junkies....IMHO of course  :D

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Joe Hisaishi - Laputa: Castle in the Sky

never really understood the lyrics but somehow never got tired of listening to it!

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Seigmen - "Döderlein"

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Garrett vs. Paganini 

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Garrett vs. Paganini 

We have vaguely similar tastes... What kind of soundsignature have you found suitable for this type of music? What iems/headphones do you use? Do you EQ?

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RIP

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Not a perfect day.. :'(

 

On the upside, I'll be seeing Television play in a few hours :)

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John Coltrane Quartet - Crescent [Original Recordings Group 45rpm 2 LP]

 

Man I love vinyl. It's already past midnight here but I felt I absolutely had to hear some vinyl tonight. It also simply had to be Coltrane. Of his records I currently have on vinyl what better choice for late-night listening than his often overlooked Crescent – possibly my favorite of his. This issue is simply sublime, so full of life the music instantly captivates the listener. Jimmy Garrison's solo on Lonnie's Lament is a true showcase of the incredible amount of spatial detail on this pressing. Not only can I hear the notes he is playing but also with my mind's eye I can "see" his fingers move as he plucks the strings. I can "feel" the presence of his double bass in the room and exactly how it radiates the sound. Truly an ear-opening experience if there ever was one.


My first and favorite Coltrane recording! :beerchug:

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"HandPicked" - Earl Klugh

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