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post #16 of 20

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAnO3CMrqIo

post #17 of 20

These CDs in my collection stand out as being unique for one reason or another and have at least one song that blows me away just about every time:

 

Alison Krauss & Union Station - Lonely Runs Both Ways - "A Living Prayer"

Eva Cassidy - Songbird - "Fields of Gold"

James Newton-Howard - The Village [OST] - "Rituals"

Julia Fischer - Bach Concertos - "Violin Concerto in E major: II. Adagio"

Helloween - 7 Sinners - "Where The Sinners Go"

In Flames - The Jester Race - "Artifacts of the Black Rain"

Laika - Sounds of the Satellites - "Almost Sleeping" (+ Good Looking Blues - "Black Cat Bone")

Massive Attack - Mezzanine - "Inertia Creeps"

Megadeth - Countdown to Extinction - "Sweating Bullets"

Neotropic - Mr. Brubaker's Strawberry Alarm Clock - "Gutted", "You're Grinding Me Down"

Orbital - Snivilisation - "I Wish I Had Duck Feet"

Teargas & Plateglass - Teargas & Plateglass - "An Adagio For Tandems Stacked"

The Crystal Method - Vegas - "Trip Like I Do" (+ Tweekend - "Murder")

Trifonic - Emergence - "Transgenic"

post #18 of 20

Dark passion play, and the upcoming album seems awesome too. 

 

post #19 of 20
Thread Starter 

I tried to discuss headphones with people, but I can't afford to play that to much. Music is my love. It's boring to talk to people that are just not happy with life and mid-fi gear. Not too much mind blowing lately, but I've been stoked on a lot of Dylan SACDs and tons of classical and jazz. Been diggen on classical piano albums. But here's some cool stuff I found lately that may differ slightly from the norm.

 

Pink Floyd The Wall on vinyl 1979 first print. (I'm not sure if the other copies are different, but I find it way more listenable than other versions I've heard.)

 

Bob Brozman "Blue Hula Stomp"

 

Willie Dixon "I am the Blues" Original Master Recording made in Japan

 

Ravel: Bolero.

post #20 of 20

This album has blown my mind recently:

 

 

Very talented composer and musician. My jaw was dropped pretty much throughout the whole album.

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