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    Quote Originally Posted by Boceephus View Post
    The Jompson Brothers -Chris Stapleton before he became a big country music star. It’s a rock n roll album & he sings his ass off!
    I saw Chris's old band The Steeldrivers this past Saturday night.
    15 Cuban minutes
    Can get lost in the fog
    Life's a test, just do your best
    Like a three-legged dog

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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    I saw Chris's old band The Steeldrivers this past Saturday night.
    Yeah, great band! I remember when his first country album came out & he was getting a lot of attention. I thought, I’ve heard that voice before. Took me a few days, but finally found Blue Side of the Mountain in my playlist! I knew that voice! LOL


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    Wetton Downes - Icon Zero
    John Scofield - Uberjam Deux
    Yes - The Quest
    Carrie Rodriguez - Seven Angels on a Bicycle

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    Mike Oldfield: Tubular Bells (2010 remix)
    Mike Oldfield: Hergest Ridge (demo)
    Mike Oldfield: Ommadawn (2010 remix)
    Mike Oldfield: Incantations
    Eskaton: Fiction
    Etron Fou Leloublan: Batelages

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    Past few days:

    Douglas Lilburn - The Three Symphonies
    Malcolm Arnold Symphonies 1-8
    Madetoja - Symphonies 1 and 2
    Kodaly - Orchestral Works

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    Steve Roach: Immersion One
    Steve Roach: Immersion Two
    Steve Roach: Immersion Three
    Steve Roach: Immersion Four
    Steve Roach: Immersion Five

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    Dream Theater - A View From The Top Of The World

    (bought this on a whim after hearing one song - not much has changed)
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    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarGeek View Post
    Steve Roach: Immersion One
    Steve Roach: Immersion Two
    Steve Roach: Immersion Three
    Steve Roach: Immersion Four
    Steve Roach: Immersion Five
    Wow, now that's allot of music to absorb all at once. It appears that you are quite a Roach fan, so I assume you are a subscriber to
    his Exclusive BandCamp page? If not you are missing out on allot of hidden treasures.
    https://steveroachexclusive.bandcamp.com

    Scott

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    Dead Soul Tribe - My own mix, less metal, more acoustic.


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    Past few days:

    Jean Sibelius and Carl Nielsen - 1st Symphonies
    Carl Nielsen - Symphonies 4 and 5 (Schonwandt)
    Carl Nielsen - Symphonies 3 and 5 (Salonen)
    Douglas Lilburn - The Three Symphonies
    Peter Mennin - Symphonies 8 and 9/Folk Overture
    Dave Matthews Band - Before These Crowded Streets
    Dave Matthews Band - Crash

    Also, Ludolf Nielsen's Hjortholm tone poem and Kodaly's Hary Janos Suite and Dances of Marosszek.

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    UK - Danger Money
    The Scabs - Destroyer
    Nguyen Le - Songs of Freedom
    Paul Motian - Windmills of Your Mind

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    Zappa: Make a Jazz Noise Here. Prefer the 2nd cd I think.
    'I would advise stilts for the quagmires"

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    Mujician / 10 10 10
    Units / Digital Stimulation

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    Dave Matthews Band - Under the Table and Dreaming
    Shankar/Hussain/Vinayakram - Eternal Light
    Lou Harrison - 3rd Symphony/Grand Duo

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    Since Thursday:

    PT - The Sky Moves Sideways
    Opeth - My Arms, Your Hearse
    Opeth - Blackwater Park
    Univers Zero - Heresie
    Present - Barbaro (ma non troppo)
    Bob Drake - The Skull Mailbox
    Bob Drake - The Shunned Country
    Ligeti - Requiem
    Sibelius - Tapiola, Symphony No 4 (Segerstam)

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    After Dinner - Paradise of Replica
    Hedningarna - Karelia Visa

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    Spinning the new Albert Bouchard album "Imaginos II Bombs Over Germany (Minus Zero & Counting" this morning.

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    Andhira - Nakitirando
    Art Zoyd - Marathonnerre I + II (Very underrated imo)

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    Ives: Symphony #4 (Stokowski)
    Earth Opera: The Great American Eagle Tragedy
    Buffy Sainte-Marie: It's My Way
    Big Bill Broonzy & Pete Seeger: In Concert

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    Dave Matthews Band - Before These Crowded Streets
    Saygun - Symphonies 1 and 2

    Also, Maclom Arnold Symphony 4.

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    Ichika Nito - various EPs.
    I was talking to the owners of a guitar shop and heard about Ichika from the younger of the two. Seems Ichika is somewhat a YouTube star. He plays guitar using a lot of two hand tapping & very fast legato, but plays with a very clean tone.

    I dug around & found five of six EPS. Some only as “Ichika” & more under “Nito”.
    So far:
    Until the End
    Nito
    He Never Fades
    Journey
    She Waits Patiently
    Forn


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    The last couple days have been something like this:
    Glenn Gould: Beethoven Piano Sonatas Nos. 1-3, 5-10, 12-14, and 23
    Glenn Gould/Leonard Bernstein/NY Philharmonic Orchestra: Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 4
    Motorhead: Ace Of Spades
    Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush: World Anthem
    Night Ranger: Dawn Patrol
    Steve Roach: All Is Now

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    No listening Sunday or Monday but on Saturday

    Strawbs - Hero and Heroine
    Jethro Tull - Heavy Horses
    Genesis - Wind and Wuthering

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    Today was ballet music day:

    Stravinsky - Firebird/Rite of Spring (Dorati/Detroit)
    Ludolf Nielsen - Lackschmi
    Ravel - Daphnis et Chloe (Schwarz/Seattle)
    John Antill - Corroboree
    Bartok - The Miraculous Mandarin (Abaddo/London Symphony)
    Stravinsky - Agon (Craft/St. Luke's)

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    I listened to some great progressive rock that I just discovered in the last week.
    Torn Apart by Frank Carducci
    Foreign Land by the Far Meadow.

    The Far Meadow are pretty amazing.

    Also listened to Robin Guthrie's new release, Mockingbird Love. This sounds nothing like 70s pop hit "Muskrat Love".

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