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Originally posted by acaronianasa:
Paul Rogers doing a live version of Queen's "fat Bottom Girls". It's very good but would be better if my wife wasn't reading and I could turn the volume up to 10.

Derek


listening to this right now. "return of the champions" - queen + paul rodgers


after listening to this in it's entirity 3 x's, it's official. i do not like this pairing.
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Originally posted by Jazzman:
Jazz a la mode, WFCR-Amherst, MA Public radio @ UMASS. Currently playing John Coltrane's "A Love Supreme"



What an amazing recording that is. I was just listening to Coletrane's ballads and his duet record with Johnny Hartman on vocals. He was as good at what he did as anyone ever at what they did, regardless of what it was.

Tonight I am listening to Michael Brecker's first solo record called Michael Brecker. Pat Metheny has some amazing guitar work on this record.

Cheers.
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Originally posted by isnadd:
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Originally posted by Jazzman:
Jazz a la mode, WFCR-Amherst, MA Public radio @ UMASS. Currently playing John Coltrane's "A Love Supreme"



What an amazing recording that is. I was just listening to Coletrane's ballads and his duet record with Johnny Hartman on vocals. He was as good at what he did as anyone ever at what they did, regardless of what it was.

Tonight I am listening to Michael Brecker's first solo record called Michael Brecker. Pat Metheny has some amazing guitar work on this record.


The Johnny Hartman set is a lovely romantic soporific but A Love Supreme raises the bar exponentially with the modal concept. Giant Steps is in the middle ground and tickles the jazz fancy relentlessly. Ascension is another matter.

For more thrills, groove on LIVE AT THE VILLAGE VANGUARD.
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Originally posted by kumazam:
Slightly Stupid

Slightly Stoopid...excellent, which albums/songs have you heard? I've been following these guys since 2000 or so, seen them live around two dozen times. I saw them early this month down at the Del Mar Races and they were amazing.


As for what I'm listening to now:
Willie Nelson - Countryman

His new reggae album! Yes that's right, reggae.

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