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Just finished it, fantastic album. Mad About You got a few replays!



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This is just sooo good.

Edited by Soundsgoodtome - 11/23/13 at 3:14pm
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Just finished it, fantastic album. Mad About You got a few replays!


I just keep finding it in the playlist for some reason. I thought it was just OCD, glad someone else there is "suffering from it":D

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First time I heard about Hooverphonics, thanks!

Seems to be one of those poorly sampled of an album on Spotify (encoded to 320kb ogg vorbis from possibly 160 by the record company then submitted). I'm getting the CD, guess the bad encoding trick works lol
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At the risk of someone yanking my card for liking this one ...

 

Hooray, Canadian Musicians...

 

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Perfume - ⊿

 

 

Steve Brand + ISHQ -  Spiritual Science / The Voice From Home

  

Disc 1

[1]  [3]

 

Disc 2

[1]

 

 

Arnold Schoenberg, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra ‎– Verklärte Nacht · Kammersymphonien (Chamber Symphonies Nos. 1 & 2)

 

 

Bob Mintzer Quartet - Quality Time

 

 

Allan Pettersson - Seven Sonatas for Two Violins

 

 

Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Trio ‎– Midnight Sugar

[1]   [2]   [3]   [4]   [5]

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Astrud Gilberto... "Non-Stop To Brazil"

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At the risk of someone yanking my card for liking this one ...

 

Hooray, Canadian Musicians...

 

I like her latest album A LOT! and somewhat got addicted to "Hello Kitty - Avril Lavign" pretty sure I have no idea why either... but definitely like "Let me go" by her as well... 

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Perfume - ⊿

 

 

 

Steve Brand + ISHQ -  Spiritual Science / The Voice From Home

  

 

 

 

trippy!

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Willie Nelson - Stardust (1978) (2001 Japanese SACD ripped to 88.2 / 24 FLAC)

 

From an online review:

 

At the height of outlaw country, Willie Nelson pulled off perhaps the riskiest move of the entire bunch. He set aside originals, country, and folk and recorded Stardust, a collection of pop standards produced by Booker T. Jones. Well, it’s not entirely accurate to say that he put away country and folk, since these are highly idiosyncratic interpretations of “Georgia on My Mind,” “All of Me,” “Moonlight in Vermont,” and “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore,” blending pop, country, jazz, and folk in equal measures. It’s not that Willie makes these songs his own, it’s that he reimagines these songs in a way that nobody else could, and with his trusty touring band, he makes these versions indelible. It may be strange to think that this album, containing no originals from one of America’s greatest songwriters, is what made him a star, and it continues to be one of his most beloved records, but it’s appropriate, actually. Stardust showcases Nelson’s skills as a musician and his entire aesthetic — where there is nothing separating classic American musical forms, it can all be played together — perhaps better than any other album, which is why it was a sensation upon its release and grows stronger with each passing year.

Beautiful choice!

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That album introduced me to Pete Belasco's music.........the following is outstanding.

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Willie Nelson - Stardust (1978) (2001 Japanese SACD ripped to 88.2 / 24 FLAC)

 

From an online review:

 

At the height of outlaw country, Willie Nelson pulled off perhaps the riskiest move of the entire bunch. He set aside originals, country, and folk and recorded Stardust, a collection of pop standards produced by Booker T. Jones. Well, it’s not entirely accurate to say that he put away country and folk, since these are highly idiosyncratic interpretations of “Georgia on My Mind,” “All of Me,” “Moonlight in Vermont,” and “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore,” blending pop, country, jazz, and folk in equal measures. It’s not that Willie makes these songs his own, it’s that he reimagines these songs in a way that nobody else could, and with his trusty touring band, he makes these versions indelible. It may be strange to think that this album, containing no originals from one of America’s greatest songwriters, is what made him a star, and it continues to be one of his most beloved records, but it’s appropriate, actually. Stardust showcases Nelson’s skills as a musician and his entire aesthetic — where there is nothing separating classic American musical forms, it can all be played together — perhaps better than any other album, which is why it was a sensation upon its release and grows stronger with each passing year.

I had forgotten about this....thank you

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Johann Adolf HasseGentes barbarae, Tartarae turbae 
Jennifer Lane, alto
Le Parlement de Musique/Martin Gester

 

 

Buxton OrrPiano Trio No. 1Piano Trio No. 2
Jeremy Williams, violin
Christine Jackson, cello
John York, piano

 

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