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    Fantastic. My favourite song on the album. And my fav C album. There isn't a poor moment on it.
    It's my favorite song from that album too.

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    Scott Johnson: John Somebody

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    Deluge Grander - August in the Urals.

    Hadn't spun it in a while...

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    ZZ Top - Arrested for Driving While Blind
    I don't like country music, but I don't mean to denigrate those who do. And for the people who like country music, denigrate means 'put down.'- Bob Newhart

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    Rubycon - Tangerine Dream

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    Quote Originally Posted by bill g View Post
    Deluge Grander - August in the Urals.

    Hadn't spun it in a while...
    Funny, when I was going through my music shelf last night I saw that one. I really need to dust it off and give it a fresh listen with some "mature" ears.

    I recall it being a bit too "difficult" back when I first heard it 10 years ago. Would be interesting to hear it again!

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    Guilty Party by the London band Detachments from the Chain of Command ep.



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    .Makaya McCraven - Universal Beings.
    Pura Vida!.

    There are two kinds of music. Good music, and the other kind. ∞
    Duke Ellington.

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    .Charles Lloyd & The Marvels.
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    Thinking Plague - Decline and Fall

    always makes me say, 'wow'

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    Good show!

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    One of my favorite jazz records ever.

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    Songs from the Wood CD3 Live in Concert 1977
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    .Chicago III.
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    I didn't discover Jeff Beck until mid 80's. I picked up the great Blow by Blow and Wired and the the not so great live album with Jan Hammer. I picked up Guitar Shop, which while it had A stunning track or two, the best thing about it may be the album cover. I enjoyed the music from OST Frankie's House more. His work on Roger Waters' Amused to Death is beyond stunning. And that was it until recently. I saw the show Jeff Beck : Still on the Run on cable and was reminded how good he is. I usually like to keep my vocals away from my instrumentals but I can't stop listening to Loud Hailer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tangram View Post
    I didn't discover Jeff Beck until mid 80's. I picked up the great Blow by Blow and Wired and the the not so great live album with Jan Hammer. I picked up Guitar Shop, which while it had A stunning track or two, the best thing about it may be the album cover. I enjoyed the music from OST Frankie's House more. His work on Roger Waters' Amused to Death is beyond stunning. And that was it until recently. I saw the show Jeff Beck : Still on the Run on cable and was reminded how good he is. I usually like to keep my vocals away from my instrumentals but I can't stop listening to Loud Hailer.
    The Jeff Beck show I saw 7 years ago was stunningly excellent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mozo-pg View Post
    The Jeff Beck show I saw 7 years ago was stunningly excellent!
    Just watched live at Ronnie Scott's, wow!

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    Mr. Sirius - "The Nile For A While"

    This whole album ranks up there with Kenso's best stuff, IMO.

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    Genesis - Abacab.
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    Nina Simone - Feeling Good. I just love her voice.

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    Tales of Innocence (1989) - Mephisto Waltz

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    Kraan - Flyday

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