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I'm too young to have heard of these guys without research haha, really great stuff!

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Daft Punk - Instant crush

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24/96 AIFF

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Fila Brazillia - 'Dicks' (just came in the mail), and Black Market Gardening.

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Rock and Roll Star- Barclay James Harvest
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One of the absolute greatest records of all time. Also one of the best-sounding albums ever committed to tape.

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Cool link, thanks for posting! I'm a CSULB alum too smily_headphones1.gif

 

You're welcome, the pleasure is all mine. ;)

Life-long KJAZZ listener/supporter here! (88.1 FM)

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It's refreshing to see other Astrud Gilberto fans in this space. :wink:

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Grant Green~ Nigeria

Bill Evans~ Interplay

Herbie Hancock~ Empyrean Isles

 

http://bluenote1553.tumblr.com/post/78973008449/todays-playlist

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Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine.

Great, great album.

http://youtu.be/fEWdjtMmqGo

Repo Man - Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

http://youtu.be/q_pTtypgHQo
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Well, I never want to say I have everything by Dylan, but I'm close enough.

 

To me, there is no contest. Dylan is easily the most influential artist and best songwriter of the last 50 years.

 

I honestly think his body of work is the most interesting over that time period. That is not to say that it's flawless or always great. Dylan's work, like every artist's work, has had peaks and valleys. It has had brilliance and flaws. However, taking his work as a whole, I would say he's the most important artist of the last 50 years.

 

I should note that Jimi Hendrix, while he was alive, considered Bob Dylan to be the world's greatest artist. That's a pretty strong endorsement from a pretty well-regarded musician. :smile: 

There's no way I'm keeping everything by him.  I've already reduced the 13.2gb to 10 most being live performances and later albums I don't enjoy as much.  It's pretty funny how he purposely made bad albums in attempt to stop people from praising him so much as "The voice of a generation"  

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There's no way I'm keeping everything by him.  I've already reduced the 13.2gb to 10 most being live performances and later albums I don't enjoy as much.  It's pretty funny how he purposely made bad albums in attempt to stop people from praising him so much as "The voice of a generation"  

 

Hee. Hee. I have 51.8 GB of Dylan, and that's only the 44.1 / 16 FLAC stuff. That doesn't count the 24 bit stuff I have...

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