Thread: The last thing you listened to was.....

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    Vander-Offering 3 & 4.
    Nice! I love those Offering discs.


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    Ringo Starr and His All-Star Band at Heinz Hall in Pittsburgh last night.
    Very cool! How was it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aith01 View Post
    Very cool! How was it?
    The show was great, but Lukather and Rollie were buried in the mix. I just don't get it with some of these soundboard operators.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronmac View Post
    The show was great, but Lukather and Rollie were buried in the mix. I just don't get it with some of these soundboard operators.
    It's really frustrating when that happens. You have to wonder if they can hear well enough to be running sound.

    Glad the show was good though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aith01 View Post
    It's really frustrating when that happens. You have to wonder if they can hear well enough to be running sound.

    Glad the show was good though!
    I think half of these guys are listening through headphones and not walking the venue to see what it really sounds like. This was a BEAUTIFUL theater with great acoustics. It should have sounded perfect.



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    Had a good listening day (for me) today and got in three albums:

    Beatles - Let It Be
    Bowie - Ziggy Stardust
    Tull - Heavy Horses

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Had a good listening day (for me) today and got in three albums:

    Beatles - Let It Be
    Bowie - Ziggy Stardust
    Tull - Heavy Horses
    Nice!
    Now I’m playing A Passion Play!!
    Love the Tull!!

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    Bob Dylan's Witmark Demos
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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Had a good listening day (for me) today and got in three albums:

    Beatles - Let It Be
    Bowie - Ziggy Stardust
    Tull - Heavy Horses
    Added in about 2/3 of IQ - The Wake remix (then life came crashing in again)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Added in about 2/3 of IQ - The Wake remix (then life came crashing in again)
    And now added Roger Waters' "Pros and Cons!" Great album, it's been too long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by progeezer View Post
    The Best of the Andrews Sisters
    LOL! I love the Andrews Sisters. I watched a few Abbott & Costello movies recently so heard and saw them for a few numbers. Man, they're fun!

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    It was a Hermeto Pascoal weekend for me:

    All of Mundo Verde Esperança, and So Nao Toca Quem Nao Quer. Two of his more relaxed albums. I also listened to a nice recording I picked up on Dime of Hermeto & band live in São Paulo December 2013.

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    Lately I've been listening exclusively to various versions of "I'm no Communist". Ol' Grandpa Jones has a smashing rendition, but so does Lulu Belle & Scotty and Morse Hammer, nephew of Jan and MC Hammer and the lovechild of Neal's aunt Olga.



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    Them Crooked Vultures. I just finished reading the Zep bio When Giants Walked the Earth and had to hear Jonesy's recent work. He's immense on that record, but over all not a re-do for me.
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    Steppenwolf Live in New Haven 1981.
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    Stewart/Gaskin - Star Clocks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeuhlmate View Post
    Stewart/Gaskin - Star Clocks
    Thoughts???

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    The double-entendre songs by Hartman's Heartbreakers, such as "Let Me Play with Your Yo-Yo." Risque for the 1930s.
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