What Are You Listening To Right Now?
Apr 20, 2024 at 7:14 PM Post #135,751 of 136,690


Still awesome after all the years.
Fun fact: a young Devin Townsend was the studio guitarist on this.
 
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Apr 20, 2024 at 7:23 PM Post #135,752 of 136,690
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^ I've only ever had a handful of Jarrett albums (or ones where he is a co-leader), but now I've collected all I'm, as of now, interested in, so I'm going to (slowly) run through the now dozens in my collection, most first listens, like this one. This will take awhile! :dizzy_face:


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Apr 20, 2024 at 8:00 PM Post #135,753 of 136,690
Rush - Test For Echo
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Lucinda Williams - I Lost It


Tom Petty - Wildflowers


John Lennon - Watching The Wheels


The Rolling Stones - Sympathy for the Devil


Eric Johnson - Cliffs of Dover
 
Apr 20, 2024 at 8:28 PM Post #135,754 of 136,690
Apr 21, 2024 at 12:52 AM Post #135,756 of 136,690
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Guns N' Roses - Use Your Illusion I
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Gorillaz - D-Sides
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Fun - Some Nights
 
Apr 21, 2024 at 2:57 AM Post #135,758 of 136,690
Epic ambient from two masters of the genre.

 
Apr 21, 2024 at 3:51 AM Post #135,759 of 136,690
PC (JRiver Media Center / FLAC files) > Iris DDC > Pontus DAC > Artemis HPA > HD800S

Pink Floyd The Wall (1979 / MFSL release 1991)...

I had a friend turn me on to this album back in 79 when he was showing off a pair or electrostatic headphones. Don’t remember the headphones, but the album left an indelible mark on me. This is one of those, "if I could only take" albums. Favs include Mother, Goodbye Blue Sky, Hey You, Comfortably Numb, The Trial, plus a few more....

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One of my neighbors was actually shocked to hear me playing this; to quote him "no way". My reply… just because I come from the Island, doesn’t mean I don’t rock & roll (or... never judge a book by its cover) :relaxed:

Anyway, I’ve also seen the movie when it came out in the 80s. Was TDY (temporary Duty) in Spain when I saw it. This and Dark Side of the Moon are the only Pink Floyd titles I have.
 
Apr 21, 2024 at 6:46 AM Post #135,762 of 136,690
 
Apr 21, 2024 at 8:09 AM Post #135,764 of 136,690

John Coltrane, - Interplay for 2 Trumpets and 2 Tenors​

John Coltrane, Bobby Jaspar – tenor saxophone....Idrees Sulieman, Webster Young – trumpet...
Mal Waldron – piano....Kenny Burrell – guitar....Paul Chambers – bass....Art Taylor – drums....
( Prestige 1957 Van Gelder Studio's /2016 Concord Music Group ) :thumbsup:
Qobuz read - 24bit - 192.0 khz
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Qobuz - Read 1956/2009
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Les McCain Eddie Harris - "Swiss Movement" 1969/2005
This memorable impromptu session arose at the 1969 Montreux festival when tenor saxophonist Eddie Harris and trumpeter Benny Bailey joined Les McCann's working trio. McCann's regular rhythm section of Leroy Vinnegar on bass and Donald Dean on drums provides rock-solid support for some strongly felt and entertaining music. Harris's light-toned but expressive horn shines on his own "Cold Duck Soup" and McCann's "Kathleen's Theme," while the whole band rocks on "You Got It in Your Soulness." McCann's elemental voice and piano gives new life to the soul classic "Compared to What," while the underrated Bailey, more frequently heard in mainstream jazz settings, brings a brassy soulfulness of his own to the proceedings.
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