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Here's a classic album from the Queen of Soul. I was teaching one of the tracks recently (see video below) and am currently digging the great tunes/playing on this record. Aretha, Bernard Purdie, Chuck Rainey, Al Jackson, Dr. John. Cornell Dupree, etc. 'nuff said. :-)

 

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...and hot off the press...

 

post #917 of 1105
Dang... so many things to sift through. Anyone want to make it easier for a poor fellow-head-fier and point out some songs/CDs with overflowing sad emotion? So far, found Sia - Lady Croissant on the first page. I like slow paced songs with emotion that makes my heart cry out while listening.
Edited by Girls Generation - 10/26/11 at 8:36pm
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Here's a classic album from the Queen of Soul. I was teaching one of the tracks recently (see video below) and am currently digging the great tunes/playing on this record. Aretha, Bernard Purdie, Chuck Rainey, Al Jackson, Dr. John. Cornell Dupree, etc. 'nuff said. :-)

 

 

 

...and hot off the press...

 


Nice.  I'm envious.

 

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Nice.  I'm envious.

 

I tried to keep my playing like the original drum track without doing too much extra stuff over the top of it. Bernard Purdie, the drummer on the original recording, has got some deep, deep pockets:

 

 


 

 


Edited by Windsor - 10/26/11 at 9:00pm
post #920 of 1105

Saul Williams - No One Ever Does

 

Don't think it's exactly what you're looking for but it's slow and sad...and just an excellent song.
 

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Dang... so many things to sift through. Anyone want to make it easier for a poor fellow-head-fier and point out some songs/CDs with overflowing sad emotion? So far, found Sia - Lady Croissant on the first page. I like slow paced songs with emotion that makes my heart cry out while listening.


 

 

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I tried to keep my playing like the original drum track without doing too much extra stuff over the top of it. Bernard Purdie, the drummer on the original recording, has got some deep, deep pockets

 

 

He makes it look so effortless.

 

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Dang... so many things to sift through. Anyone want to make it easier for a poor fellow-head-fier and point out some songs/CDs with overflowing sad emotion? So far, found Sia - Lady Croissant on the first page. I like slow paced songs with emotion that makes my heart cry out while listening.


OK, just off the top of my head (this'll be all over the place in terms of genres)...

 

 

Try Antony and the Johnson's EP, The Lake, for the title cut.

Emily Barker, Despite the Snow

Anything by Mazzy Star

Woven Hand, Blush Music (challenging, but wrist-slitting sad)

Anything by Lori Carson, or her work with Golden Palominos

Madredeus - Ainda (world music)

Jordi Savall - Mr. de Sainte Colombe le Fils: Pièces de Viole (instrumental, early music)

The Tea Party, Edges of Twilight

Tomasz Stanko - most of his stuff is pretty dark an brooding jazz

Elliot Smith...pretty much anything there

Nick Drake...part of the suicide club

 

I'll come up with more, but that ought to get you started..

 

 

 

 

 

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Dang... so many things to sift through. Anyone want to make it easier for a poor fellow-head-fier and point out some songs/CDs with overflowing sad emotion? So far, found Sia - Lady Croissant on the first page. I like slow paced songs with emotion that makes my heart cry out while listening.


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Johnny Cash - American IV: The Man Comes Around

post #924 of 1105

Really enjoying Destroyer's Kaputt. Love this film clip -

 

post #925 of 1105

I just got the 2002 deluxe version of John Coltrane's "A Love Supreme" (WA most probably has this edition, too :-). I find that in relation to the other version of "A Love Supreme" I have, which is also a Rudy Van Gelder remaster, there's a big difference in the clarity of instruments on this deluxe edition. There's also a very noticeable increase in the stereo spread (in the deluxe edition Coltrane's sax is panned further to the left and Elvins' drums are further to the right; the before-and-after of positioning is like going from 10:30 to 9 o'clock and from 1:30 to 3 o'clock, respectively).

 

The wide panning of Coltrane and Elvin on this deluxe edition reminds me of how John McLaughlin and Billy Cobham are panned on Miles Davis' "Tribute to Jack Johnson,' which is another awesome album.

 

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Edited by Windsor - 11/2/11 at 6:05pm
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Is this the deluxe edition that come with a second disc of A Love Supreme Live and an Introduction by Andre Francis?   Along with two alternate takes of Resolution and  2 alternates of Acknowledgment ?

 

Or it is the John Coltrane - (1964) A Love Supreme  (2008.Impulse) 24-96 

 

I have them both.

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Is this the deluxe edition that come with a second disc of A Love Supreme Live and an Introduction by Andre Francis?   Along with two alternate takes of Resolution and  2 alternates of Acknowledgment ?

 

Or it is the John Coltrane - (1964) A Love Supreme  (2008.Impulse) 24-96 

 

I have them both.

 

That's that one I'm referring to. I find the live set adventurous but not as refined as performance on the original studio release.

 

How's the 2008 Impulse version?

post #928 of 1105

Lush-sounding offering by Becker, Fagen, and co.

 

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Thread Starter 

 

 

 

Jolie Holland.  "The Future" CD: The Living and the Dead

 

Bluetech. "667 (Kayla Scintilla Remix)" CD: Rainforest Reverberation

 

Bluetech. "Three Worlds". CD:Love Songs To The Source

 

Amon Tobin. "Piece of Paper"  CD: ISAM

 

Imogen Heap "Thriller"  CD: The Saturday Sessions: The Dermot O'Leary Show

 

The Hoosiers  "Wonderfull Life" CD: The Saturday Sessions: The Dermot O'Leary Show

 

The Ting Tings. "Dub Be Good to Me: CD; The Saturday Sessions: The Dermot O'Leary Show

 

Editors. "It Ain't Me Babe" CD: The Saturday Sessions: The Dermot O'Leary Show

 

Florence + the Machine "Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up)".  CD: The Saturday Sessions: The Dermot O'Leary Show

 

Sly & The Family Stone, "Medley: Music Lover / Higher" CD: Live At Woodstock

 

Ruben Gonzalez.  "Mandinga" CD: Introducing... Ruben Gonzalez

 

Sarah Bettens. "I Can Do Better Than You". CD: Never Say Goodbye.

 

Guy Manoukian. "Mademoiselle" CD: Sheesha Lounge - Vol 1

 

 

post #930 of 1105

I'm going to have to fire up the library card again.  Larger hard drive now as well.  The only name I recognize in the group is Sly and the Family Stone.  I read Sly was homeless and living in a van in LA.  
 

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Jolie Holland.  "The Future" CD: The Living and the Dead

Bluetech. "667 (Kayla Scintilla Remix)" CD: Rainforest Reverberation

Bluetech. "Three Worlds". CD:Love Songs To The Source

Amon Tobin. "Piece of Paper"  CD: ISAM

Imogen Heap "Thriller"  CD: The Saturday Sessions: The Dermot O'Leary Show

The Hoosiers  "Wonderfull Life" CD: The Saturday Sessions: The Dermot O'Leary Show

The Ting Tings. "Dub Be Good to Me: CD; The Saturday Sessions: The Dermot O'Leary Show

Editors. "It Ain't Me Babe" CD: The Saturday Sessions: The Dermot O'Leary Show

Florence + the Machine "Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up)".  CD: The Saturday Sessions: The Dermot O'Leary Show

Sly & The Family Stone, "Medley: Music Lover / Higher" CD: Live At Woodstock

Ruben Gonzalez.  "Mandinga" CD: Introducing... Ruben Gonzalez

Sarah Bettens. "I Can Do Better Than You". CD: Never Say Goodbye.

Guy Manoukian. "Mademoiselle" CD: Sheesha Lounge - Vol 1

 

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