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Oct 30, 2011 at 11:14 AM Post #29,162 of 118,140

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 The Complete Greatest Hits
 
Rhino, production
 
"Sandman"
 
"You Can Do Magic"
 
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Oct 30, 2011 at 9:14 PM Post #29,167 of 118,140

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Aja by Steely Dan.
 

 
In my opinion, what a wonderful album! 
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Oct 31, 2011 at 10:27 AM Post #29,173 of 118,140

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Indeed a wonderful recording in manifold ways, not the least of which (IMO), is that certain artists/bands demand their art be produced / recorded to the highest standards with care !
 
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Aja by Steely Dan.
 

 
In my opinion, what a wonderful album! 
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Blue Rider Trio
 
Harp, Steel and Guts
 
 
Ben Andrews, guitar/vocals
Mark Wenner, guitar
Jeff Sarli, bass
 
Production: Mapleshade Records
 
 
TRACK LISTING:
 
1. Salty Dog (traditional/J. Hurt/G. Davis)
2. Easy Rider (B. Andrews) - listen to full song
3. Last Fair Deal Goin' Down (R. Johnson) - listen to sample
4. Death Has No Mercy In This Land (traditional/G. Davis)
5. Ride Till I Die (traditional.J. L. Hooker)
6. Make Me Down A Pallet (traditional/J. Hurt)
7. Black Betty (H. Ledbetter) 
8. Stagolee (traditional/J. Hurt)
9. Sweet Home Kokomo (K. Arnold)
10. Silver City Bound (H. Ledbetter)
11. Long Tall Momma (W. Broonzy)
12. See See Rider (traditional)
13. Diddy Wa Diddy (A. Blake)
 
 
Blues Revue says “…one of the best acoustic blues albums of the year comes from three white boys from Maryland.” Serious blues lovers and recent converts alike rave to us about the Trio’s first CD, Preachin' the Blues. Eight years in the making, this follow-up was worth the wait. Ben Andrew’s voice has gained that seared-by-life bluesiness; Mark Wenner’s harmonica cuts even deeper; and Jeff Sarli’s bass adds layers of subtlety to his knock-you-down drive. The first CD has become a legend among lovers of good sound in blues. A tough act to follow, the richer vocal detail, stronger dynamics and cleaner overtones of this recording are startling. All that adds extra excitement and authenticity to this tasty collection of Chicago, Delta and Texas acoustic blues. (#06932)
 
Oct 31, 2011 at 11:37 AM Post #29,175 of 118,140

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Alan Vega - Saturn Strip 
 
 
 
 
 
Mortonjl  I was just listening to I robot last night, It was the second Lp I ever bought. Back in 1977 when it came out.
here is the cover:
 

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