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Rush - 2112 (1976)

 

Still a masterpiece and one of the best albums I have in my collection!

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"Live At Massey Hall 1971" - Neil Young

 

"Poor Moon" - Hiss Golden Messenger


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The Hobbit - The Desolation of Smaug

 

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug - Ed Sheeran "I See Fire"


I really got into the LOTR soundtracks a few years ago. What do you think of the Hobbit ST's? I'm figuring there'll be a sweet 3 in 1 package when the series is completed.

 

Off topic-I was disappointed that Desolation of Smaug has almost nothing in common with the book other than a hobbit goes on a trip with some dwarves to kill a big nasty dragon.

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Do Make Say Think - Winter Hymn Country Hymn Secret Hymn

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"Live At Massey Hall 1971" - Neil Young

This is my favorite live Neil Young recording; the paper CD case is pretty worn out from use at my house. Do you own the CD?

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This is my favorite live Neil Young recording; the paper CD case is pretty worn out from use at my house. Do you own the CD?

I do own the CD without the DVD and I'm thinking about getting the same CD in the package with the DVD I like it so much...

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Never been a huge fan of trance, but I've always had a soft spot for Hiroshi Watanabe.

 

 

It's more Deep House than Trance ?  Thanks for the advice I'm currently listening to this album ;) 

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The Savages-Silence Yourself

 

This:  "A battle between athletic, lean post-punk and a breast-beating monster." --Pitchfork (Best New Track)

 

"Intense & blisteringly awesome." --Brooklyn Vegan "Scarily good." --

 

The highly anticipated debut from London s Savages, an all-female four-piece who play music with scything energy and brutal power. Recorded with Rodaidh McDonald (The xx), the album is an 11-track, 38-minute masterpiece. Limned in black and white but containing a swell of different emotions within its self-imposed strictures, the songs cover topics from masochism ("Hit Me"), urban dread ("City s Full"), materialism, possessiveness and the experience of being a woman ("Husbands," "I Am Here"). Every one is delivered with fierce conviction and concision.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bob Dylan-Highway 61 Revisited

 

 

 

Phosperescent-Muchacho Deluxe Edition

For anyone interested in this release-if you can get the Deluxe edition it has an additional accoustic recording that is very intimate, covers older material as well as songs from Muchacho and is lovely, folk/country tinged music. It was well worth an extra $2.00 at my local record and tape traders store where they had both copies.

 

Amazon Editorial Reviews:  Muchacho de Lujo is the deluxe edition of one of 2013's most renowned albums, Muchacho, which garnered the coveted Best New Music (Pitchfork) tag as well as the adoration of The New York Times and Time Magazine. The bonus material is from an intimate pre-release live show, recorded at St. Pancras Church in London. The set, performed as a two-piece of guitar and piano, features standout tracks from across the Phosphorescent catalog including "Song For Zula," "Mrs. Juliette Low," "Wolves," and a cover of Waylon Jennings' "Storms Never Last."

 

I really like this set. I think if you enjoy Neil Young's country tinged folk rock this is an easy recommend.

 

 

Julia Holter-Loud City Song

 


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The Savages-Silence Yourself

This:  "A battle between athletic, lean post-punk and a breast-beating monster." --Pitchfork (Best New Track)

"Intense & blisteringly awesome." --Brooklyn Vegan "Scarily good." --

The highly anticipated debut from London s Savages, an all-female four-piece who play music with scything energy and brutal power. Recorded with Rodaidh McDonald (The xx), the album is an 11-track, 38-minute masterpiece. Limned in black and white but containing a swell of different emotions within its self-imposed strictures, the songs cover topics from masochism ("Hit Me"), urban dread ("City s Full"), materialism, possessiveness and the experience of being a woman ("Husbands," "I Am Here"). Every one is delivered with fierce conviction and concision.






I love that Savages album.




Bob Dylan-Highway 61 Revisited





Phosperescent-Muchacho Deluxe Edition
For anyone interested in this release-if you can get the Deluxe edition it has an additional accoustic recording that is very intimate, covers older material as well as songs from Muchacho and is lovely, folk/country tinged music. It was well worth an extra $2.00 at my local record and tape traders store where they had both copies.

Amazon Editorial Reviews:  Muchacho de Lujo is the deluxe edition of one of 2013's most renowned albums, Muchacho, which garnered the coveted Best New Music (Pitchfork) tag as well as the adoration of The New York Times and Time Magazine. The bonus material is from an intimate pre-release live show, recorded at St. Pancras Church in London. The set, performed as a two-piece of guitar and piano, features standout tracks from across the Phosphorescent catalog including "Song For Zula," "Mrs. Juliette Low," "Wolves," and a cover of Waylon Jennings' "Storms Never Last."

I really like this set. I think if you enjoy Neil Young's country tinged folk rock this is an easy recommend.




Julia Holter-Loud City Song


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I do own the CD without the DVD and I'm thinking about getting the same CD in the package with the DVD I like it so much...

The only other NY live album I own was the Unplugged recording, which I bought on a whim. That was a terrible mistake in terms of production quality, so I did my research before getting another one. I love the crowd and the timeframe of the Massey Hall recording, and how fresh the songs seem.

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It's more Deep House than Trance ?  Thanks for the advice I'm currently listening to this album ;) 


I dunno. It's probably more a mixture of tech-house and prog-trance, I suppose.

I've never been good at pigeonholing the various sub-genres of electronica, to be honest.

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RJD2 -- Easily one of my favorite electronic artists ever and Dead Ringer is one of the highest quality albums from any modern artist imo.  Favorite track from this album:

 


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