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Still in the process of setting up a dedicated music room but far enough along to spend some time listening.

CD -
Peter Gabriel - So
Dream Theater - Falling Into Infinity
Kenny Wayne Sheppard - Trouble Is
Humble Pie - Rockin' The Fillmore
Pearl Jam - Ten
Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon

LP -
Jefferson Starship - Surrealistic Pillow
Eric Clapton - Box Set
Jimmi Hendrix - Box Set
ZZ Top - Fandango
Tchaikovsky -1812 Ovature - the Tellarc recording
Beatles - White Album
Beatles - One
Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon
Patricia Barber - Companion
Jennifer Warren - Famous Blue Raincoat
 

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Oh yeeeeaaaah:

Alter Bridge - Blackbird
Soundgarden - A-sides
Smashing Pumpkins - Melancholy and the Infinite Sadness
Bush - Sixteen Stone
Weezer - The Blue Album
The Eagles Greatest Hits
Pearl Jam - Jeremy
Live - Throwing Copper
Audio Slave - Audio Slave
Radio head - The Bends

God, I miss the 90s... :sigh:
 
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Alpha - The Sky Is Mine
Alpha - Made in Space
Bruce Cockburn - Dancing In The Dragon's Jaws
 

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that what are you listening (Music)

Recently:
Calexico - Carried to dustand Feast of wire
Thelonoius Monk - selections from a box set
Little Feat - re-exploring Sailing Shoes
North Mississippi Allstars - Electric blue watermelon
 
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CD
Various artists - Monterey International Pop Festival
King Crimson - In the Court of the Crimson King
Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures
Amy Winehouse - Back to Black
The Sundays - Reading, Writing and Arithmetic
Adele - 19



Vinyl
The Beatles - White Album
The Smiths -The Smiths
REM - Murmur
REM - Reckoning
Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers
Prince & The Revolution - Around the World in a Day
 

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Ben Harper - Live at the Hollywood Bowl E.P.
Death Cab for Cutie - Plans
The Thrills - So Much for the City
Matt Pond PA - Emblems
The 88 - Not Only . . . But Also

Jon McLaughlin (new guy, not the old one who plays the guitar) - Indiana

Jack's Mannequin - The Glass Passenger (Not as good as Everything in Transit, but getting better with each listen)

The Killers - Day & Age (listening because it's new. It's taking some getting used to. Would still rate well behind Hot Fuss)

Third Eye Blind - Out of the Vein (their masterpiece, even better than Self-Titled and Blue)
 

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New day, new list:

CD:
Pearl Jam - Live on two legs - Not the best but live albums seldom are.

The Clark Family Experience - The Clark Family Experience - These are The Clark Brothers who won Rock Star last year. If you haven't heard this give it a try, six brothers are even better than three.

Dream Theater - Awake - I prefer Falling into Infinity, the music in Awake is all over the place.

Patricia Barber - Verse - Jazz a person needs to be slightly drunk to listen to.

LP:
Tom Petty - Damn the Torpedoes - Still one of my favorite Tom Petty discs

A Group Called Smith - Old San Francisco band with a good chick singer
 

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John Mellencamp - Words and Music
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Essentials/ 2 CD set
Alice in Chains - Face lift/Dirt
Creed - My Own Prison
Collective Soul - Collective Soul (December)
Goo Goo Dolls - Boy Named Goo/Dizzy up the Girl
Alter Bridge - One Day Remains
Pearl Jam - Vs
Matchbox 20 - Yourself or Someone Like You
 

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Third Eye Blind - Out of the Vein (their masterpiece, even better than Self-Titled and Blue)
Didn't even know about it . What tunes should I run a search for ?




Bayou , I would've NEVER thought that you would be jammin' Dream Theatre :cool: Petrucci is excellent .



I was listening to some old U2 this afternoon - "Unforgettable Fire" CD .

In my player ....
Vinnie Moore - Tmie Odyssey
Fuel - Something Like Human
Ozzy - Randy Rhoads Tribute
Eagles - Best of Vol 1
Doors - Best of
Not 4 You - Some friends of mine from back in 1990 . Sort of Metallca/Anthrax/Megadeth/Testament type of heavy metal .
 

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Deep Purple - a greatest hits collection from the cheapie bin @ Best Buy
I bought it because it has the DP classics plus a Tommy Bolin vintage DP cut called "Gettin' Tighter" that I like. The cheapie bin @ Best Buy...where old people like me go to find their music...;)

AC/DC - Black Ice
exiled, jr. got this for me. He said "well, Dad, it sounds pretty much like AC/DC always sounds...I think you'll like it." It does, and I do. Simple music, simple groove, like most all of their CDs, though, to me, this one is more musically consistent than some of theirs. Very good for heading to work while driving amongst ijits...Even better for driving home amongst 'em.

Miles Davis - Working with the Miles Davis Quintet
mrs. exiled found this one for me. A VERY nice collection of very good cool jazz from back before Miles got too wierd for me. As was frequently the case w/ Miles, this one has a monster combo with him, incl. John Coltrane.

Miles Davis - Greatest Hits
Contains a live version of "My Funny Valentine" plus a great version of "Round Midnight" both of which are among my fave jazz cuts ever.

Miles Davis - Kind of Blue
One of the greatest jazz CDs ever. Rolling Stone voted this the 12th best album ever recorded in any genre. One of my proudest parental achievements is that both of my kids love this one. The screaming metal boy and the Counting Crows/Jack Johnson/rap girl.

(I just realized that I've been in an oldschool Miles groove...oh well, a pretty nice groove to be in!)

Also...
Shinedown - Us & Them
Nightwish - various songs; I have several of their albums (nordic symphonic metal)
Opeth - Ghost Reveries
Very good, musically intricate metal. Still not a big fan of the roaring style singing, but this guy does that plus, well, actual singing. And the music is great.

Finally, at work I've had my pandora Leslie West station on, which means good blues rock. I particularly like it when an actual Leslie West blues rock song comes on. Unlike last week though, there are people around @ work now, which means I have to turn it down to "respectable tie-wearing professional" level, rather than "ever-aging headbanger" level. Bummer...:biggrin:

BTW, I too love Dream Theater, though the only stuff I have by them is the 3-CD live set recorded in Japan. A Pandora station I have occasionally cycles around to some excellent progressive guitar jazz/rock by Petrucci & one of the guys from Starship back in the day. (maybe Craig Chaquico (sp?)). Very good stuff!

This morning feels like it'll be a Leaves' Eyes kind of day. Another Nordic metal band with an airy-voiced female lead singer & her hubby, a screaming/roaring singer, over a nice symphonic metal-ish groove.

exiled - still suffering from & enjoying my musical ADD, which is aided by the invention of the ipod...
 
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Went fishing this morning jamming to:

CD:
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Second Helping
Marshall Tucker Band
Linda Ronstadt - Heart Like A Wheel
Eagles - Hotel California

Odd catch of the day 4 1/2' Blacktip Shark sold at the dock to pay for gas. ;)

It might freak you guys out what you might find in my music collection :)
 
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LP:

New toay in the mail:

Metallica - Black Box 12" 45rpm 200g vinyl I have to change motors on my TT to play this :(

Big Blue Ball - produced by Peter Gabriel - anyone interested in whole world music should give this a listen it grows on you.

Velvet Underground - Andy Worhol Yellow Banana album - new pressing on yellow vinyl doesn't sound as good as the original but it is pretty :)

 
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Foo Fighters - Everlong
Linkin Park - In the End
A Perfect Circle - Judith
Stone Sour - Through Glass
3 Doors Down - Duck and Run
Rage Against the Machine - Bulls on Parade
Tool- Stinkfist
 

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Didn't even know about it . What tunes should I run a search for ?
Standouts include, Crystal Baller, Faster, Blinded and Can't Get Away. Only Blinded made the radio. Two weeks after the CD was released, the record company went under and there was no money to push the album.

Forget Myself, Company, Palm Reader and My Hit and Run are also more than worthy of listening to. To me the whole album is great. It might have been a stretch to say it's better than their Self-Titled, but it's definitely on par. I know I listen to this one more than I do Self-Titled.

Like most 3EB, it's filled with ocean, beach and sexual references. Stephen Jenkins is a very odd guy, but one of my favorite lyricist from my generation.
 
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at this exact moment I'm listening to 650 am WSM on my clock radio. When I tire of that, I'll generally listen to Sirius online and go back and forth between 62 - The Roadhouse, 64 - Willie's Place, 23 - Hair Nation, or 24 - Lithium
 

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CD's for today

Coconut Telegraph - Jimmy Buffett
I'm With You - Delbert McClinton
Warren Zevon - Warren Zevon
The Complete Tom Jones - Tom Jones
 

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CD:

Alice In Chains - The Essential Alice In Chains both discs

Dream Theater Images & Words

LP:

The Everly Brothers - Heartaches 'n' Harmonies
 

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