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Lemon Jelly '64-'95

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Jack White: Lazaretto Flac CD rip, sounds slightly better than the digital copy but still wondering on the vinyl. Supposedly all 3 have different mastering with the vinyl even having different instruments on the intros..


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"Reverie," and "Tiny Voices" are excellent albums as well...

 

Thanks! I'll look them up for sure.

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Jakob - Safety in numbers

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gZDm8oKmAg


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Tool-Aenema

 

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This double album-The Ocean-Pelagial (2013) is one of those albums that might appeal to people who don't consider themselves metal listeners perse in the way Opeth  and Tool do. It is a concept album about the levels or stages of the ocean used as a metaphor for life.

 

Pelagial topped many a top ten metal list in 2013. This is a well recorded album. It sounds great IMO-audiophile friendly. There are a multitude of styles including post rock. And, it was written originally without vocals. The vocalist was brought in after the tracks were completed-that's my understanding.

 

As such the band made an interesting move and released a double CD one w/ "extreme" vocals and one instrumental. The instrumental really holds up and in some ways I prefer the instrumental version.

 

Amazon Editorial says-2013 release, the sixth studio album from the Berlin-based Post Metal band. It is a concept album based on the layers of the ocean, starting at the surface with a light sound ("Epipelagic") and ending with a Doom Metal style ("Benthic").


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Vincent D'IndySextet in B-flat major, Op. 92
Quatuor Prat w/ Jean Dupouy, viola & Francois Michel, cello

 

 

Gabriel PiernéSonata for cello and piano in F sharp minor, Op. 46 
Mats Lidström, cello
Bengt Forsberg, piano

 

 

Gabriel PiernéPiano Trio, Op. 45
Soloists from Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra

 

 

W. A. MozartPiano Concerto in D major, K. 451
Malcolm Bilson, fortepiano
English Baroque Soloists/John Eliot Gardiner

 

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Metallica - For whom the bell tolls


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