Today, while painting:

Grateful Dead - Europe '72
Best of New Order
Rolling Stones- Let It Bleed
Priscilla Queen of the Desert Soundtrack
Coldplay- A Rush of Blood to the Head
Peter Murphy - Deep
Train- Drops of Jupiter
The Cult- Rare Cult
Just came home: saw Tegan & Sara live at the Paradiso - very nice! Cool

KillerB: Roisin is playing the Paradiso next week: see you there? Wink
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Brian Eno - Another Day on Earth
I bought Another Green World about 20 years ago.Is he still alive? My current favorite song is off the new Madeleine Peyroux album. It's and Edith Piaf song sung in a Billie Holiday voice.I'ts the penultimant wine quaffing music.
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"The Essential Mingus Big Band"

For any jazz fans out there, this disc is a must.


It's good to see another jazz fan on the board. "The three M's" - Miles, Mingus and Monk. Haven't explored Mingus -- yet.



Brighthue, Start with "Mingus Ah Um" and the from there Blues & Roots, The Clown or "Passion of a man box set. Then I would get the Mingus Big Band discs and see them live if you get the chance.
Don't forget the 4th M Hank Mobley Mobley's Blues is my theme song
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Taste, Live at the Isle of Wight (1971).
Long live Rory Gallagher, even when he's already dead for ten years this June!
Today:

Talking Heads- Sand in the Vaseline (both discs)
Peter Murphy- Deep
John Mayer- Any Given Thursday
The Killers- Hot Fuss
Marvin Gaye- Every Great Motown Hit
and 3 mix cd's I made
Transplants - Haunted Cities
Black Eyed Peas - Monkey Business
Matisyahu - Live At Stubb's
Johnny Cash - American IV: The Man Comes Around
Look At All The Love We Found: A Tribute To Sublime
Frank Black - "Show Me Your Tears"
Pixies - "Bossanova"
Bloc Party
Flogging Molly - "Live Behind the Green Door"

Seems like a lot music lovers here...kewl.
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Transplants - Haunted Cities


This cd is really growing on me. Do you know if their first cd is any good?

I was a huge Rancid fan back when Let's Go and And Out Come the Wolves were released.
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This cd is really growing on me. Do you know if their first cd is any good?

I was a huge Rancid fan back when Let's Go and And Out Come the Wolves were released.

The first Transplants CD is better than Haunted Cities in my opinion. But I just picked up Haunted Cities so I'm still getting a feel for it and like you it is growing on me. I've been listening to all of Tim Armstrong's bands for awhile, one of my favorite musicians for sure.
Don't forget the 4th M Hank Mobley Mobley's Blues is my theme song[/QUOTE]

Walt, Good to see another Hank Mobley fan out there. You made me search through all my discs including the Mosaic Box set and I don't have Mobley's Blues. What disc is that on? I tend to favor Tenor Sax players and Mobley's high up there as one of my favorite, after Rollins and Coltrane.

Jeff
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Don't forget the 4th M Hank Mobley Mobley's Blues is my theme song


Walt, Good to see another Hank Mobley fan out there. You made me search through all my discs including the Mosaic Box set and I don't have Mobley's Blues. What disc is that on? I tend to favor Tenor Sax players and Mobley's high up there as one of my favorite, after Rollins and Coltrane.

Jeff[/QUOTE]I think my dog ate that cd and I havn't been able to find it again, !@#$%.I finnally broke down and got the Madeleine Peyroux Careless Love cd with j'ai duex amours on it. She really doe's a great Billie Holiday impersanation and the accompaning intsruments sound terrific.

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