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Post 2020-03-27 23:59   [Quote] 

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Post 2020-03-28 05:59   [Quote] 


Emerson Lake & Palmer - Welcome Back My Friends To The Show That Never Ends - Ladies And Gentlemen: Emerson Lake & Palmer (1974) (2016 remastered)

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Post 2020-03-28 15:39   [Quote] 
Stuck at home after being furloughed. Now the girlfriend is working from home, so out come the headphones.

A sampling of what I've been listening to.

Right now:
Silver Rails - Jack Bruce

Earlier:
Seven Moons - Jack Bruce & Robin Trower

Love Bruce's voice and sense of musicality. He had such a great ear for song and phrasing. He held onto it right up until the end. Of course, Trower is a treasure.

Yesterday:
Hendrix - Band of Gypsys
Best of Philip Glass

Peter Green - In the Skies. Hugely underrated record. He had a lot of help on this one, for sure, but the whole project came together. Not all of them do that are made under similar circumstances. I just love hearing all the guitars, helps that the style reminds me of early Fleetwood Mac.

Angelo Badalamenti - Various odds and ends, plus the score to Comfort of Strangers. Another guy whose sense of melody I just adore. He starts with something lush and grand, and then breaks it into these beautiful and varied strands that could fit into that whole introductory piece. It's like dissecting a painting.

George Harrison - Extra Texture, George Harrison, and Earpy Takes Vol. 1. I've always felt that the line in Sultans of Swing about Guitar George knowing all the chords was about Harrison. He writes a song and throws all these gorgeous curveballs at you. Makes a guy happy the Beatles broke up. Totally necessary.

Paul McCartney - Ram. Okay, another reason to be happy the Beatles dissolved. Overshadowed by Harrison's approach, but goes in a different direction. I love listening to Ram because the amps just sound so fucking good. All that swampy tremolo and creamy, clean Fender goodness. It's like staring in an ice cream case. Then there are the songs, that attach a really earthy melancholy to the performance. Ram on...

Hope everyone is well. Stay the fuck at home!
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Post 2020-03-29 07:01   [Quote] 


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Post 2020-03-30 04:27   [Quote] 


Pat Metheny & Charlie Haden - Beyond The Missouri Sky (1996)

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Post 2020-03-30 07:19   [Quote] 
However - Sudden Dusk (1981..and w/some doubling of instruments plus a bit more for the 1994 release)

I had the vinyl when it was new...lost it...forgot about it for nearly a hundred years...and then picked it up on ceedee
a couple years ago...AND: I love it. Late period art rock prog as made in the USofA.
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However - Sudden Dusk (1981..and w/some doubling of instruments plus a bit more for the 1994 release)

I had the vinyl when it was new...lost it...forgot about it for nearly a hundred years...and then picked it up on ceedee
a couple years ago...AND: I love it. Late period art rock prog as made in the USofA.


I'm using my girlfriend's Amazon subscription right now, and found two albums by However are there, including Sudden Dusk. Cool! I've queued Sudden Dusk to play next.

Got a new set of headphones, and been listening in the opposite direction this morning -- Eloy's Ocean. I love them. They tick all the prog rock boxes for me, and not in trailblazing ways, but in really obvious ways. Something to be said for slick.
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Post 2020-03-31 05:32   [Quote] 
^Hope ya got to it and liked it, scoobie. It's really well-recorded. Which is a bit of a surprise.^

Another great obscurity obviously lifted right off a VG+ vinyl. Which was a real bummer as I
thought the crappy mp3 I had was the problem. Nope, the ceedee is probably even worse!

Philippe Grancher 3000 Miles Away (1975)

https://mellowlabelproductions.bandcamp.com/album/3000-miles-away
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The Chieftains - Santiago (1996)

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Post 2020-03-31 12:55   [Quote] 
Since my wife passed, I like to listen to Piano music, especially Horowitz and Rubinstein. So my album of the day, or really of the week/months is this:
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Post 2020-03-31 18:12   [Quote] 
brainpang wrote:
^Hope ya got to it and liked it, scoobie. It's really well-recorded. Which is a bit of a surprise.^

Another great obscurity obviously lifted right off a VG+ vinyl. Which was a real bummer as I
thought the crappy mp3 I had was the problem. Nope, the ceedee is probably even worse!

Philippe Grancher 3000 Miles Away (1975)

https://mellowlabelproductions.bandcamp.com/album/3000-miles-away


I enjoyed it, and will look for a copy to buy once things get back normal. I feel that list is getting longer every day.

This morning I was listening to The Crusaders' Chain Reaction. The grooves on that album are sweet as pie. Larry Carlton, Wilton Felder... everybody is good. I gave the girlfriend a lesson in how to listen to jazz. Sketched out some harmonies on the third track, explained who the band members were and such, the told her to listen to the improvised sections as spontaneous compositions given the chords.

After five minutes she said, "This music makes me feel like I'm watching Night Court." Well, tomorrow is another day. I may try again.

Be safe, be healthy....
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Post 2020-04-01 05:24   [Quote] 


Emerson Lake & Palmer - Works Volume 1 (1977) (2016 remastered)

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Post 2020-04-01 05:51   [Quote] 
I completely missed this one growing up, but Bazbo listed it here awhile back and here we are. I love it.
But the whole concept doesn't connect for me at all. But damn, that cover art by Jane Furst is the best.

Bo Hansson - Lord of The Rings or music inspired by the Lord of The Rings or Sagan Om Ringen
(1970 and expanded 1971)
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