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Thanks Arty, very kind of you.  Will look into it for sure.  Baker & Jack Bruce never got along & literally hate each other still.  They used to fight in the studio, physically rolling on the ground on top of one another throwing each one throwing haymakers. o2smile.gif  


There's a bunch of interviews with Bruce and Clapton
It seems they ginger kinda hated ole jack
But what a rhythm section
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I'm really digging Linkin Park's new album, The Hunting Party. A good return to their old glory IMO.
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Gabriel FauréCello Sonatas-- No. 1 in D minor, Op. 109 and No. 2 in G minor, Op. 117
Alban Gerhardt, cello
Cecile Licad, piano

 

 

Alberic MagnardCello Sonata in A major, Op. 20
Valentin Radutiu, cello
Per Rundberg, piano

 

 

C.P.E. BachOrchestra-Symphonies-- No. 1 in D major, Wq. 183/1 and No. 2 in E-flat major, Wq. 183/2
The English Concert/Andrew Manze

 

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Jon Gomm - Passionflower: http://youtu.be/nY7GnAq6Znw
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AppleMark

"Ultra boring" Manufactured stereotypical pop that's mastered terribly.  Too bad.

 

 

Absolutely love the jazz/funk combo that this dude, Akshin Alizadeh, can produce:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zC7uAkZCNeU&list=PL_k2DHsJpaOD2XLnRmGL-_lSKr3vhkE5W


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Kashiwa Daisuke - Program Music I

 

As good as people say. A very impressive record indeed. Perhaps never before have I heard so many different musical influences successfully incorporated into a single body of music. Modern classical, glitch, breakbeat, electroacoustic, post-rock… The list goes on. Everyone should seek to give this record a listen.

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Coldplay - Ghost Stories

 

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Linkin Park - The Hunting Party

 

Love the Linkin Park, Not liking the Coldplay too much!

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Coldplay - Ghost Stories


Love the Linkin Park, Not liking the Coldplay too much!

Yeah um Coldplay
Not so much pretty good
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Kashiwa Daisuke - Program Music I

 

As good as people say. A very impressive record indeed. Perhaps never before have I heard so many different musical influences successfully incorporated into a single body of music. Modern classical, glitch, breakbeat, electroacoustic, post-rock… The list goes on. Everyone should seek to give this record a listen.

 

Great album. If I ever made some sort of "Soundtracks to My Life" compilation one day, the first track, Stella, would definitely be there.

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Ah yeah … the Lizard King !

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I haven't been binge-purchasing new music as much as usual recently, but I have a special order batch that came in today that I'm quite excited about. These are all albums that I haven't been able to find at my local record stores or at Exclusive Company on my trips back to Wisconsin. My entire day I've been listening to each of these over and over, and I don't regret buying any of them.

 

Skeptic Goodbye by You Won't, which I maintain was the strongest, most innovative folk pop release of 2012. In fact, I'd go ahead and say it was my favorite overall release of 2012. It's really great to have a copy on hand now, after searching near and far for it the last two years.

 

Forget by Twin Shadow, an indie pop album that's refreshingly warm and saturated with R&B influence instead of the chintzy, 80s sound that has been popularized recently by artists like Cvrches, Mates of State, and Broken Bells.

 

Up, On & Over by Bronze Radio Return, a band that was not on my radar until I wandered across the beginning of their set at Hangout Fest last month. Almost nobody in the crowd knew who they were at the beginning of their show (and they were at the second smallest stage of the festival), and by the end of it there was a crowd overflowing out in all directions. Though this isn't their strongest release, almost every track BRR performs live is electrifying and makes you want to move. With a wide array of folk-rock instruments within a pop-rock writing format, they're put on the most exciting show of any band I've come across.

 

Sitting Army by Cobra Skulls, a band that's always been a uniquely compelling alternative to a California political punk scene that sometimes seem to stagnate when it comes to sonic innovation. With a lead vocalist reminiscent of Against Me!'s Laura Jane Grace and guitar and drum patterns which pay vague tribute to classic western country, Cobra Skulls put new energy into the punk genre. It's unfortunate that they're no longer together, but they helped bring about a new wave of creative artists on Fat Wreck Chords and other labels.

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