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J. S. Bach'Liebster Gott, wenn werd ich sterben', BWV 8 
Yukari Nono****a, soprano
Robin Blaze, alto
Gerd Türk, tenor
Peter Kooij, bass
Bach Collegium Japan/Masaaki Suzuki

 

 

Florent SchmittSonate libre en deux parties enchaînées, Op. 68
Ilona Then-Bergh, violin
Michael Schäfer, piano

 

 

Florent SchmittSymphonie Concertante, for orchestra & piano, Op.82 
Huseyin Sermet, piano
Orchestre philharmonique de Monte-Carlo/David Robertson 

 

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Been in my head all day so..

Beds are burning.....:) 

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Currently having a blast, testing out the Audeze LCD-X to see if they suit my taste. (They DO!!!)

 

I've been listening to a lot of albums I know well yesterday and today; right now, Roger Waters' 'Amused to Death'.

 

While I am as tired of Waters' never-ending 'I lost my father in WWII and it bugs the **** out of me' bickering as the next guy, there's no denying that Amused to Death is one of his best solo efforts, both artistically and sonically.

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Currently having a blast, testing out the Audeze LCD-X to see if they suit my taste. (They DO!!!)

 

I've been listening to a lot of albums I know well yesterday and today; right now, Roger Waters' 'Amused to Death'.

 

While I am as tired of Waters' never-ending 'I lost my father in WWII and it bugs the **** out of me' bickering as the next guy, there's no denying that Amused to Death is one of his best solo efforts, both artistically and sonically.


Even Waters monster ego couldn't eclipse the message he himself chose to convey from Postmans book. Waters solo career could have (and some say should have) begun and ended with this one. It's a brilliant piece of work.

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Coldplay Ghost Stories


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Earl Klugh -- Naked Guitar

 

   Yesterday my dad tasked me with the job of ripping his CDs onto a hard drive (so we wouldn't need to bring around a bunch of CDs since we're moving). However, most of those CDs were pretty crappy (Backstreet Boys, Dad? Seriously?), but this one stood out. It was in perfectly good condition, and I don't think my dad has ever listened to this before. Looks like this is a keeper for me! :p

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Earl Klugh -- Naked Guitar

   Yesterday my dad tasked me with the job of ripping his CDs onto a hard drive (so we wouldn't need to bring around a bunch of CDs since we're moving). However, most of those CDs were pretty crappy (Backstreet Boys, Dad? Seriously?), but this one stood out. It was in perfectly good condition, and I don't think my dad has ever listened to this before. Looks like this is a keeper for me! tongue.gif

Score. Klugh is excellent.
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"Song 2" is good but "Beetlebum" is better :beyersmile:

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Pig Destroyer-Book Burner 2012

 

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Joe Henry-Blood from Stars 2009

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Even Waters monster ego couldn't eclipse the message he himself chose to convey from Postmans book. Waters solo career could have (and some say should have) begun and ended with this one. It's a brilliant piece of work.

 

-Agree with the first part; much as I love the musical expression he has chosen, the constant me, me, ME permeating most of his other work gets tiring in the end.

 

I would, however, be inclined to count The Final Cut as a Waters solo album in all but name - after all, there's hardly a trace of any influence from Gilmour and Mason. I still listen to The Final Cut every now and then. I wouldn't have shed many tears if he hadn't released Pros and Cons... and (in particular!) Radio K.A.O.S, though. :)

 

 

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