Some Bob Dylan:
Followed by a little Carl Weathersby:
We have an personally autographed copy of this CD that we got from Mr. Weathersby at a 2006 live show at Chord On Blues (now closed) in St Charles, Illinois.
scathing? how so?
As its my first band of horses album, I'm really enjoying it. A bit more of a country than I'm used too but a pretty nice live recording. Funerals still gives me goosebumps every time it plays.
Definitely worth a listen.
I have that as well. Listened to it last summer with two of my cousins who were visiting. The album sounded surprisingly good on LP.
Starting the weekend off with this.
Bobby Hutcherson - Happenings
Continuing the laid-back mood with this one.
Bobo Stenson Trio - Serenity
Still continuing in the same vein.
Iiro Rantala String Trio - Anyone with a Heart
Edit: Really starting to like this album a lot more on the second time through. Will likely listen to it again immediately after I get to the end.
You can read an informative and in-depth review of the album here: http://www.iirorantala.fi/ii/reviews-2.html
Okay, time for something a bit different.
Reviewers seemed to think that all of the songs seemed "forced" for the venue, and that they lost the power of the studio versions when made acoustic live. I haven't heard it yet so I can't give my own opinion, but as a Band of Horses fan I hope it's as good as you say.
It is the best I have ever heard it.
Mathias Spahlinger: Farben der Frühe for seven pianos
Ensemble Sur Plus/James Avery
J. S. Bach: 'Mein Herze schwimmt im Blut', BWV 199
Barbara Schlick, soprano
Concerto Vocale Leipzig
Ensemble Baroque de Limoges/Christophe Coin
Jean Martinon: String Quartet No. 1 Op. 43