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Joe Sample


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there is something about "live" albums

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...when the toilet went crazy yesterday afternoon,
the plumber he said never flush a tampoon,
this great information cost me half a weeks pay,
and the toilet blew up later on the next dayeyeyyyy eyeyey blew up the nexet dayyyyy ayyyyyyy....


...with 6 tube watts via speaker terminal into the LCD-X...
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I've been listening mostly in small burts to my digital files via Sonos through my main "decent" speaker stystem and to their OK but less audiophile quality speakers in my kitchen/living area-mostly in a new music file of about 4,000 songs collected from CD purchase in recent years.

 

But, I have been listening to a few CD's in thier entirity...here's what's filling up my ears:

 

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I saw Metheny's Unity band in March in Bethesda MD-I picked up his most recent. And, now this-the first Unity band release-Chris Potter on sax among others. It's really strong! Released 2012. Gorgeous, varrying styles-reminds me a bit of the Metheny of old I fell in love with in the 80's

 

 

 

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I've also been listening to a good bit of piano jazz...for chill times-I like this Brad Mehldau release-he has so many great releases. Beautiful  music....

 

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There's a lot of great Bill Evans I may want, this is the only definitve collection I need. So great-even my non jazz loving 60's gen folksy Mom thought it was really nice.

 

 

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More than solid 2 disc set (one of the only ones to span his entire career) second disc has a few duets I could do without-but for one set-thumbs up from me-includes a Dylan Nashville Skyline duet which is a highlight for me.

 

 

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Great "rocking" fusion. I luv Chick Corea

 

 

 

I do listen to a lot of rock, indie and metal-but mostly these days streaming my stuff lossless via Sonos on "new music" kinds of playslists.

 

Jazz has been dominating my dedicated rig this week.

 

Looking forward to the end of the rain here on the E Coast

 

Cheers!


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A lot of people have been waiting a long time for this, Paolo Nutini's third album. Caustic Love was worth the wait. This is a far more mature set. And it is a set, with a clear path from beginning to end. The production is "distinctive". It reminds me of Paul Wellers' last album, Sonic Kicks. Stand-out tracks for me are Diana, Someone Like You & of course, Iron Sky. This track is a thinly disguised ode to the fight for Scottish independence.
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HIM - Uneasy Listening Vol. 1

 

 


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Performed by some of the best groups that were tangentially related to Tony Sly throughout his career, from the Gaslight Anthem to Joey Cape to Jon Snodgrass.

 

The Songs of Tony Sly: A Tribute

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Duke Ellington & John Coltrane - "In A Sentimental Mood"

Thank you, this album sounds very good!

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