Your 5 newest CDs (or LPs)
Jun 21, 2002 at 9:48 PM Thread Starter Post #1 of 6,671


JMT Audio:PPA/META42 Amp Factory
Jun 21, 2001
Like the subject says, what is new in your musical world?
  1. Miles Davis - Birth of the Cool
  2. Miles Davis - Sketches of Spain
  3. Chase - Chase (it's one that I have on vinyl and have been looking for on CD)
  4. Spyro Gyra - Catching the Sun
  5. Spyro Gyra - Heart of the Night
  6. The Best of the Doobie Brothers
I just brought these home. I know I said 5, call it "thread starter latitude."
Jun 21, 2002 at 10:00 PM Post #2 of 6,671
My new cd buys have been far and few inbetween

but here you go anyway :

Goreki: symphony 3 "symphony of sorrowful songs" (Naxos)
My Dying Bride - The Voice of the Wretched
Richard Wagner – The Flying Dutchman (Domingo)
Reflections of Spain: Spanish Favorites for Guitar (Telarc)
Mozart - Requiem (Telarc)
Beethoven - Symphony No. 9 in D Minor (Chesky)
Beethoven - String Quartets Op. 127 in E-Flat Major, Op. 131 in C-Sharp Minor (Telarc)
Steve Greene Trio – Acoustic Living (this was free)
Guitar Collection (Chesky)
Jun 21, 2002 at 10:22 PM Post #3 of 6,671
Interesting thread....

In my PCDP i'm currently listening to a 20-track best of from Marvin Gaye. Gotta dig that sweet soul music.

Tenessee Mountain Home : 23 Bluegrass Gems - Various artists.
This has some great tracky by the likes of Emmylou, Dillards, Cox Family, John Prine, Gene Parsons, Ricky Skaggs and would you believe... Maria Muldaur doing a version of Dolly's My Tennessee Mountain Home.

Creole Moon - Dr John
Pure New Orleans funk from the man.

The Very Best Of TOWNES VAN ZANDT * The Texas Troubadour
33 Tracks of acoustic music from one of country's most overlook singer/songwriters.
Of Townes, Steve earle once said "I'd stand on Bob Dylan's coffee table and say that Townes is the best god damn songwriter ever!". Quite an accolade. Steve did say later "I've seen Dylan's bodyguards and i'm havoing second thoughts about it now"

White Light / White Heat - The Velvet Underground
Classic Proto Punk from Lou Reed et al. This is music to fry your brains by.

Sound As Ever
Jun 21, 2002 at 10:31 PM Post #4 of 6,671
I have picked up a few lately

Jennifer Warnes -- "Famous Blue Raincoat"
Jennifer Warnes -- "The Well"
Leonard Cohen -- "Ten New Songs"
The Best of John Mayall and the Blues Breakers
Ten Years After -- "Ssssh"
Pink Floyd -- "A Momentary Lapse of Reason"
Rhino -- "Blues Masters Limited Edition Sampler"
Bob Dylan "The Basement Tapes"

8 is close to 5
Jun 21, 2002 at 10:50 PM Post #5 of 6,671
Hmmm... Last week stoped by the used CD shop..

REM Automatic for the People
REM Eponymous

Thats it for recent purchases as I've been trying to curb spending because I'm about to lose my job.

This weekend I'll likly pick up the following nassuiming they are priced well:

Natalie Merchant Motherland
Moby 18
Miles Davis 'Round about Midnight

If I do that those will make 5.
Jun 21, 2002 at 11:04 PM Post #6 of 6,671
ok, this month:

Porcupine Tree - Stars Die (compilation of their early years)
Porcupine Tree - Lightbulb Sun (their latest)
Porcupine Tree - Recordings (stuff from the LS sessions and a few B-sides)
Marillion - This Strange Engine
Marillion - Radiation (back then, first attempt at a totally new direction)
Marillion - .COM (the follow up, the new style, but now perfect, this one's great)
Jun 21, 2002 at 11:07 PM Post #7 of 6,671
Not exactly "the last"-but let's say "lately":
Symphony_X-Live on the Edge of Forever
Queensryche-Live Evolution
Gamma Ray-Blast From the Past
Nativity in Black-A Tribute to Black Sabbath
Dream Theatre-Awake
Dream Theatre-Metropolis-Part II
Jun 22, 2002 at 12:19 AM Post #8 of 6,671
In the last two days I'v gotten more than 5.

The Hives - Veni Vidi Vicious
The Best Of Van Morrison
NOFX - 45 or 46 Songs That Weren't Good Enough .....
Cheap Trick - Authorized Greatest Hits
Grand Funk - Hits
Great White - Latest & Greatest
Best Of Kings X
Thin Lizzy - Jailbreak
The Ramones - All The Stuff (and more) Vol 2
J Geils Band - Flashback, the best of........

Also I recently picked up Betty Blowtorch-Are You Man Enough? and Offspring-Smash and Corrosion Of Conformity-Blind.
What an eclectic collection.
Jun 22, 2002 at 1:38 AM Post #9 of 6,671
I've bought lots of music on CD and LP lately, so I'll just list five of the LP's that were shipped this week....

The Jimi Hendrix Experience- Are You Experienced ...'60's pressing, factory sealed.

Genesis- Invisible Touch ....Origional '80's sealed.

David Bowie- Heathen ...Limited edition 180 gm vinyl pressing...Mint, sealed.

Paul McCartney- Driving Rain EMI Records, Limited release..180 gm vinyl,...sealed.

Led Zeppelin- Physical Graffiti Red Trumpet (Classic Records LP SS 2-200 180 gm vinyl)..sealed..
Jun 22, 2002 at 1:43 AM Post #10 of 6,671

Morphine "Like Swimming" from the Mystery Box
The White Stripes "White Blood Cells"
Blue Yard Garden "on the galaxy"
Spyro Gyra "Collection" from the Mystery Box
Bettie Serveert "Dust Bunnies"
Fourplay "Yes Please!"
Jun 22, 2002 at 2:32 AM Post #12 of 6,671
Cradle of Filth - Lovecraft & Witch hearts
Opera IX - Maleventum
Cadaveria - Shadow Madame
Arch Enemy - Wages of Sin
Witchery - Symphony for the Devil

My dark side needs nourishment.......heh,heh,heh
Jun 22, 2002 at 3:03 AM Post #14 of 6,671
Strangely, that's EXACTLY how many CD's I bought a few days ago...

Godflesh Songs of Love and Hate
Hijohkaidan The Hijohkaidan Tapes
The Gerogerigegege Greatest Hits Live
Subarachnoid Space Delicate Membrane
Sleep Research Facility Nostromo
Jun 22, 2002 at 3:12 AM Post #15 of 6,671

Eminem...??(it's that Dr. Dre bass; drivin' music)
De La Soul: Bionix (this is hiphop with a message)
Res: How I Do (girl w/a guitar...poppish)
Musiq: Juslissen (ok, kind of like previous)
Angie Stone: Mahogany Soul (very nicely produced)
Nappy Roots: Watermelon, Chicken, and Grits (ok)
Lauryn Hill: Unplugged (food for thought)

That Telarc disk Tyll told me about - ???
Wyclef: Masquerade (released this week)

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