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Chris Hunter - Baboon Strength

"Fine Corinthian Leather" is a great track



Melody Gardot - The Absence

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Lyndsie Alguire - After Image

http://thefoldseries.bandcamp.com/album/after-image

 

I love the piano.  It is such a wonderful instrument that I feel at times has the most flexibility in terms of musical capabilities. It has the ability to enrich any given emotion; whether it be anger, melancholy, or peace. I find it riveting and at times wish I had pursued the instrument more than I did with guitar. Not that I have any regrets in learning the guitar, but that I've come to be more fond of the piano and it's sound. I find Alguire's music to be a perfect example for my reasons loving the piano. She provides such an ethereal experience in her music with a delicate touch and exceptional emotion. I definitely recommend this artist to all as she deserves the attention and her music can take anyone to another world, like it has to me.


Edited by Destroysall - 3/24/14 at 7:40am
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Chris Hunter - Baboon Strength

"Fine Corinthian Leather" is a great track



Melody Gardot - The Absence

enjoy both of those.....nice.....

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Edmund Rubbra: Music for Violin and Piano
Sonata No 1 Op. 11 (1930) 
Sonata No 2 Op. 31 (1932) 
Sonata No 3 Op. 133 (1968) 
Four Pieces Op. 29 
Variations on a Phrygian Theme for solo violin Op. 105 
Krysia Osostowicz, violin 
Michael Dussek, piano 

 

 

Johannes BrahmsString Quartet No. 3 in B flat major, Op. 67
Takács Quartet

 

 

Michael TippettPiano Sonata No. 2 (1962) and Piano Sonata No. 3 (1973)
Steven Osborne, piano

 

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Serge & Jane.Gary Numan and Moondog = :L3000:  Cheers!

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believe it or not its my first time to hear this album today - ¬

 

 

I have to say - i am blown away by how good the production is. Perfect for HD800! 

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I seem to have gone romantic today, no idea why.

Ironically, Liszt was the reason I got into piano as a kid, and Freire was the reason I gave up as a young adult.

 

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A smooth combination of talented folk songwriting, jam-rock riffs, and uplifting horns, all with an inexplicable undertone of surf rock due to the use of many cleanly amped guitars. Highlights include "Debtors" and "Country Young". It's complex rock music, especially for a netlabel-signed act, but it's still easy and soothing to listen to. Highly recommended.

 

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This is a great album. Much better than his first. I think for anyone who likes acoustic music and the HD800 - this is a great choice.  Its great to see a fellow Irish man doing well.  

 

  

 

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Love this CD...great mix of song styles, tempos, etc.

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The ACT Family Band - The ACT Jubilee Concert

 

I still can't believe the wealth of talent present in this jubilee concert. Furthermore ACT is only charging the price of one disc for this double live album. The first three tracks alone make this set worth its asking price to me. Same goes for Michael Wollny's solo on "Stars in Your Eyes". "Svantetic" has been stuck in my head for a couple of months now ever since I saw the video on YouTube late last year. I discovered Céline Bonacina through this album and ordered her Open Heart album as a birthday present for myself on Saturday. This petite young lady plays baritone saxophone!

 

Spotify link: https://play.spotify.com/album/5RUcar0NCHKZwI2xzQzUDm


Edited by TJ Elite - 3/24/14 at 11:17am
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