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    Device to record music/interviews

    You might look at the Zoom H4 Zoom H4 from! I have a friend that use one to record music and lectures and is happy with it.
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    Good blues piano music??

    You might try: Otis Span - Last Call - this is a live album Pinetop Perkins - Live at Antone's or Live at 85 Ann Rabson - In A Family Way Roosevelt Sykes - The Honeydripper - this is killer Prof. Longhair and Dr. John are also favorites Any Rod Piazza and The Mighty Flyers album that...
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    Blues with prominent SAX

    Dick Heckstall-Smith is a sax player who had a big contribution to British blues. Check out his cd Blues and Beyond. Another recommendation is Sinner Street by Jimmy Thackery and the Drivers. Killer guitar and sax all in one package.
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    Is Rock n Roll almost dead?

    I agree with you Coltrane. I gave up a long time ago trying to understand why people like the music they do or trying to influence anyone's taste in music. You are so right that what's popular or played on the radio has nothing much to do with anything when discussing music. In a couple...
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    Want some more Great Sounding Blues?

    I've found most of the stuff on Telarc is pretty well done. A few I'd recommend as being excellent blues and good recording quality: Whiskey Story - Jimmy Thackery and Tab Benoit -a fav of mine Homesick for the Road - Tab Benoit/Debbie Davies/Kenny Neal Healing Time - Ronnie Earl Hell or...
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    Our universe is so beautiful...

    Quote: Originally Posted by john_jcb Does anyone know if they are going ahead with the repair and upgrades to the Hubble telescope? Yes, that mission was recently approved. It makes the Hubble functional through 2013 I believe.
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    Looking for new acoustic rock

    try Tesla's Five Man Acoustical Jam - live cd, all heavy rock acoustic, a great cd.
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    Any love for G. Love?

    I agree that G-Love is more blues funk than hip-hop. I'm kind of partial to Philadelphonic as a favorite G-Love cd.
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    TAYLOR 810 guitar

    Quote: Originally Posted by plainsong ......but it takes a good bit longer to get to know an individual instrument. .....You could even say that with a really good instrument, that process never really stops. This is so true. I've been playing my HD-28 for 25 years and I find...
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    TAYLOR 810 guitar

    Quote: Originally Posted by Jahn one last seed of evil tho - since you mentioned Martins, the one to look at is the HD-28, which is the sweet spot of that company. forget the fancy schmancy bigger numbers like the 35, 41 and 45, trust me Agreed about the HD-28. I have a 1980 HD-28...
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    Motorola RAZR V3i /w iTunes Sound Quality Issues

    Quote: Originally Posted by psynaptic I tried playing sounds using the DAP java app and all I can say its not much better. @mojoman: what headphones did you use the forementioned adapters with? Mostly at work with a old pair of Senns HD-435 Vegas (anybody remember those?). I...
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    the allman brothers

    Quote: Originally Posted by milesbeyondjazz The Allman Brothers are one of the all time great american rock bands.I was lucky enough to see them live in Charlotte back in the 70s,(while Oakley and Duwane were still alive).It was in a small venue called the Park Center in front of a sold...
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    Da Vinci Code Movie: MAJOR RANT

    Quote: Originally Posted by PhilS Imagine if you were Jewish and movie was made that depited the Holocaust as false, Hitler as a good guy, and the whole Holocaust "story" being orchestrated by Churchill and Eisehower pursuant to a conspiracy for some nefarious purpose. Would you accept...
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    Da Vinci Code Movie: MAJOR RANT

    I thought the movie was entertaining and the book was a fun read during last summers vacation. Neither the movie or the book were the best I've ever experienced but by no means the worst. I don't understand why there is so much controversy surrounding the book and movie from the religious...
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    DBT - A Blessing and a Curse

    The Drive-By Truckers are one of my favorite bands so I picked up A Blessing and A Curse the day it came out. This album is not nearly as thematic as their last three excellent efforts. The songs presented are much more personal and they've moved away from the Southern life fables told on...