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Loggins & Messina


"They speak of my drinking, but never consider my thirst..."
 
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Loggins & Messina

Nice. I heard a song by them on the radio recently, which was a first in a long time. Its amazing how limited the playlist is on classic rock radio stations when they have so much material to choose from.
 
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It has been a longggg time for me.
 
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Gordon Lightfoot


Just might be our first ever G Lightfoot post. Wink Big Grin


Love him and had the pleasure of serving him and his wife a private dinner this past summer.

a little St Germain this morning


Cool ... I never really listened to Lightfoot until I heard him on a pair of Klipschorn Corner floor standing speakers, Crown tube Amp and Continuum Caliburn turntable. Big Grin
 
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It has been a longggg time for me.


Heard "Angry Eyes" on the radio and it made me think the same thing so I dialed it up...


"They speak of my drinking, but never consider my thirst..."
 
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Gordon Lightfoot


Just might be our first ever G Lightfoot post. Wink Big Grin


Love him and had the pleasure of serving him and his wife a private dinner this past summer.

a little St Germain this morning


Cool ... I never really listened to Lightfoot until I heard him on a pair of Klipschorn Corner floor standing speakers, Crown tube Amp and Continuum Caliburn turntable. Big Grin


There's something about floor standing speakers. They may be old school but I'll be kicking and screaming if my KEF q900s ever get replaced with wussie wall mount speakers.
Personally, I think they complement each other well.
 
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Radiohead - OK Computer
 
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Italian Symphony
Derek and the Dominoes


"What contemptible scoundrel stole the cork from my lunch?" -- W.C. Fields
 
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Bob Dylan Love and Theft.
 
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Alejandro Escovedo


"They speak of my drinking, but never consider my thirst..."
 
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Tom Waits - Bone Machine
 
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Parzifal, Act III


"Wine, one sip of this will bathe the drooping spirits in delight beyond the bliss of dreams. Be wise and taste."
- Milton
 
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Great one!

At the moment, got Coltrane Live at The Village Vanguard spinning


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Gie her a haggis!" -Robert Burns
 
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Wilco - Kicking Television (Live)
 
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The Who
(early) Elton John


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Final act, Madame Butterfly, Maria Callas.

I would have paid four figures to see her in her prime without hesitation.
 
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Final act, Madame Butterfly, Maria Callas.

I would have paid four figures to see her in her prime without hesitation.


When she was in her prime, 4 figures was really quite a lot of money.


"Wine, one sip of this will bathe the drooping spirits in delight beyond the bliss of dreams. Be wise and taste."
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Van Morrison


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Can never have too much Van Morrison...


"What contemptible scoundrel stole the cork from my lunch?" -- W.C. Fields
 
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Cream
 
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Can never have too much Van Morrison...


I was blasting a little Saint Dominic's Preview last night while making dinner.
 
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Elvis Costello - King of America
 
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Tom Waits nighthawks


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I was blasting a little Saint Dominic's Preview last night while making dinner.


Great album. Listen to the Lion is one of my favorite songs of Van.
 
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Finally got one of these tablet thingies, which made me search for some old CD's to convert into mp3's.
Found some old synthie stuff i've not listened to for ages:
Album: Continents , from a synthie/new-age band called Peru

excellent!


There is nothing in our intelligence that has not passed by the senses. (Aristoteles)
 
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