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Lawrence - The Absence of Blight

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I've been enjoying this new remix by Aerial Flow. Like his other works, it's even a free download.

 

 


 

Iiro Rantala, Michael Wollny & Leszek Możdżer - Jazz at Berlin Philharmonic I

 

I found out about this recording yesterday. Luckily my local record store had a copy. Ripped it today and giving it a first listen now.

 

 


 

 

This performance is from a different concert but man is it absolutely incredible!


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Like a lot of this lady's music.........

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^^^^^gotta love Keiko

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Jefferson Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow (1967) CD Reissue (2003) Sony Music Canada, Psychedelic Rock



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Stoner Rock List
1)Sweet Smoke - Just A Poke
2)Hawkwind - In Search Of Space
3)Jefferson Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow
4)Pink Floyd - Ummagumma (live album)
5)Om - Pilgrimage
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"Shangri La" the second album from Jake Bugg.  I was worried when I heard Rick Rubin, known to push artists to cross up musical styles, was picked up as the producer.

 

 This album on first listen is better than I expected, more up tempo than his 1st album.  Bugg's guitar work is more prominent and out front.  Chad Smith (Dude that looks like Will Ferrell) of The Red Hot Chili Peppers and Pete Thomas (Elvis Costello) provide drum work.  As with the 1st album what strikes me is the maturity level of the songwriting. Songs that feel both intense and personal.  

 

He's going back on tour in America.  In Britain he routinely sells out auditoriums.  

 

Caught him a year ago open as a warm up act for Snow Patrol and Noel Gallagher. Confident, talented and impressive. 

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Monoton ‎– Monotonprodukt 07 27y ++

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Nine Days' Wonder ‎– Nine Days' Wonder

 

 

 

Curved Air - Second Album

 

 

 

:zoviet*france: - What Is Not True

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Karl Biscuit ‎– Aktualismus

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Allan Pettersson - Symphony No 8

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I just discovered The Meters, great collections that has all of their stuff:

 

Also, I've been an Avalanches fan for years, they're coming out with a new album *soon* and released this a while ago.  I've been listening to it like everyday since lol:

 

They are the kings of samples haha they have some amazing live sets as well.


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Bob Dylan-Blood on the Tracks


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Originally Posted by linglingjr View Post
 

I just discovered The Meters, great collections that has all of their stuff:

 

Also, I've been an Avalanches fan for years, they're coming out with a new album *soon* and released this a while ago.  I've been listening to it like everyday since lol:

 

They are the kings of samples haha they have some amazing live sets as well.

that meters collection does not have all their stuff, in fact it has their worst output (my opinion) only 1968-70. The really mature funk/soul came later with albums like "fire on the bayou" "rejuvenation" and "cabbage alley". 

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that meters collection does not have all their stuff, in fact it has their worst output (my opinion) only 1968-70. The really mature funk/soul came later with albums like "fire on the bayou" "rejuvenation" and "cabbage alley". 

Thank you,  I re-read the description and it looks like that was only music they made while under two record companies.  Even more stuff to discover now!

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Originally Posted by magiccabbage View Post
 

that meters collection does not have all their stuff, in fact it has their worst output (my opinion) only 1968-70. The really mature funk/soul came later with albums like "fire on the bayou" "rejuvenation" and "cabbage alley". 

 

In particular, a lot of the songs in Rejuvenation would make fitting tributes to Mandela.

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In particular, a lot of the songs in Rejuvenation would make fitting tributes to Mandela.

especially "Africa":beerchug:

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