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Originally posted by winetarelli:
Live at Leeds
Which version?

One of the best live albums ever - and I don’t like live albums that much. I love the remastered version (14 tracks), but still like to trim I down to the original 6 tracks. The deluxe version is too long and too remixed for my taste.
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Originally posted by wine+art:
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Originally posted by Dom'n'Vin'sDad:
Hank Williams Jr. - Greatest Hits Vol. 2



2? I never knew there was a Vol. 1. Razz Wink


Big Grin
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Originally posted by GreenDrazi:
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Originally posted by winetarelli:
Live at Leeds
Which version?

One of the best live albums ever - and I don’t like live albums that much. I love the remastered version (14 tracks), but still like to trim I down to the original 6 tracks. The deluxe version is too long and too remixed for my taste.


I agree on it being just about the best live album ever. I think almost all the songs on it are better than their studio versions. The 14 track one.
The self titled debut solo album from Lyle Mays (keyboard player for The Pat Metheny Group).

Sometimes I think that if I had but two wishes to be granted, one of them would be to play piano like him. Timeless, beautiful.
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Originally posted by Dale451:
The Ubiquitous Mr. Love Grove by Dead Can Dance


That is such a fantastic song. I am a big fan of Dead Can Dance.

I am currently listening to ohGr - "Devils in my Details".
W+a - Glad you enjoyed it.

And Jason M. agreed. great band/music that with the right surroundings/times, can be a great experience. I actually discovered ths song about 10 years ago when two female friends of mine danced their way through law school. This was the signature song of one.


Duckfan - yes, agreed, I have been a huge fan of Sugar and Bob Mould for a long time, and CopperBlue ranks up, as far a top to bottom great album, with almost any other.

Others that I am listening to now:

Rolling Stones - Some Girls -

Prince - great hits (of some kind or another) -

Dierks Bentley - I will come out here and admit that I am starting to like country music.

Dale
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Originally posted by Dale451:


I actually discovered ths song about 10 years ago when two female friends of mine danced their way through law school. This was the signature song of one.




I'm not sure I have ever seen one lawyer that could pull that off, much less two! Eek
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Originally posted by thirsty man:
my son babbling in his crib.... music to my ears


As much time as you spend on the road, it should be music to your ears. Cool
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Originally posted by wine+art:
The Marriage of Figaro.

I was just listening to this the other day, at work no less. One of the truly great overtures. Cool
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Originally posted by gigabit:
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Originally posted by wine+art:
The Marriage of Figaro.

I was just listening to this the other day, at work no less. One of the truly great overtures. Cool


Is it heresy to say I actually prefer the overture to The Barbar of Seville? I know you're not supposed to like Rossini more than Mozart, but...
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Originally posted by winetarelli:
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Originally posted by gigabit:
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Originally posted by wine+art:
The Marriage of Figaro.

I was just listening to this the other day, at work no less. One of the truly great overtures. Cool


Is it heresy to say I actually prefer the overture to The Barbar of Seville? I know you're not supposed to like Rossini more than Mozart, but...

BLASPHEMER!
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Originally posted by Dale451:
T.I. - Whatever you like

can't get this out of my head, and the Patron does sound good right about now!!


I am convinced the only reason people listen to this song is because the radio will not play anything else. The song is terrible, yet people get convinced it is good because they shove it down our throats.

I can't get it out of my head either.
Sticky - agreed, it is definitely up there for most overplayed song of the year so far. But, again, I can't get it out of my head. Thanks for that.

last night, pre-ordered the new Guns N Roses Album and listened to a little Chinese Democracy.

Also, Seal's new album and some John Coltrane, with a bit of Theory of a Deadman thrown in.
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Originally posted by Icewino:
My wife has a 24 hour Christmas station on out in the kitchen. I may go blow my brains out soon.


I like Christmas music, especially the Christmas Cocktails series (Jimmy McGriff's version of "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" is smokin') and the classical CD The Christmas Concert (absolutely beautiful). There is one rule I abide by, however: No Christmas music until after Thanksgiving. The day after Christmas, all Christmas music ceases.
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Originally posted by Dale451:

Duckfan - yes, agreed, I have been a huge fan of Sugar and Bob Mould for a long time, and CopperBlue ranks up, as far a top to bottom great album, with almost any other.

Dale


Copper Blue is indeed one of the best top-to-bottom albums around... I never get tired of listening to it. That said, I still consider Beaster to be Bob Mould's/Sugar's best work. As I'm guessing you'd agree, it's definitely not for everyone and it's not the kind of album that you'd listen to all the time (I think you have to be in a certain kind of mood). Still, that album is about as powerful and raw as they come, with layers and layers and layers of sound - all of which works - reeling you in.

I clearly remember this being one of the CD's that I played often during the late night/early morning hours while racing in RAAM or the Furnace Creek 508 ultra cycling races. I figured that if this didn't get me jacked up nothing would. "JC Auto" never ceases to blow me away; it's one of the most angry, yet passionate, songs I've ever heard.
Ahh, Beaster, great and you are right. If you are in the right mood, very few albums are this powerful.

Where do you come in on the Pixies? Debaser, this monkey has gone to heaven..... great stuff.

Dale

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