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    Post What's Playing Now

    Just wondering if you guys will post some great recordings youve heard here. Try " Lilly Was Here " by David Stewart. Movie sountrack. Its all here highs, lows, front to back, side to side And out to the street deep. Jazzy

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    the CORRS live in LONDON
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    Great Idea!

    Some early Jethro Tull "Stand Up"

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    Originally posted by Giskard
    the CORRS live in LONDON
    Ok... can anyone recommend another great Corrs DVD???

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    Originally posted by Robh3606
    Great Idea!

    Some early Jethro Tull "Stand Up"

    Rob
    What is a good Tull DVD?

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    I just picked this up and am fairly disappointed. Can anyone recommend a better SRV DVD?
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    I have that SRV DVD, and I like it. One of my favorites. There is a different one, but I don't have it.

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    Last two CD's I listened to

    They were 'Back To Earth' from Eat Static and 'The Last Days Of Gravity' from Younger Brother and they sounded GREAT from both musical and HiFi perspective

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    Did the 9 mile loop yesterday (that first mile after a 3 week layoff is a b1tch), no joy... Cant believe bike riding weather still OK..did the 10 mile loop today and walked into the store as the new inventory was coming out ...picked up abt 30, but eliminated poor condition ones down to 11 keepers...

    I dont really care abt FOGHAT or MARSHAL TUCKER , but they look like had never been played ...If you like/need them..PM me.

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    Sunset and the Mockingbird: The Birthday Concert [LIVE]

    "March 16.1997,Tommy Flanagan came to Village Vanguard to celebrate his 67th birthday.The result is this splendid record.This is Flanagan at his very best,beautifully recorded and in outstanding form.Peter Washington plays bass,and Lewis Nash,a great young musician,is the drummer.Tommy Flanagan pays tributes to the great Thad Jones,member of the Jones family with his brothers Elvin and Hank,in two tunes ("birdsong" and "let's"),to Dizzy Gillespie ("tin tin deo" and "I waited for you"),Tom McIntosh ("with malice toward none" and a masterpiece,a medley "the balanced scales/the cupbearers") and of course Duke Ellington,playing one of Duke's rarest tunes,the very emotional "Sunset and the mockingbird",the first movement of Duke's "Queen's suite".What more is there to say?"



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    Hmm, I thought the top end was a bit muted compared with other DVD's I have. That's my only real disappointment.

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    Originally posted by Giskard
    Ok... can anyone recommend another great Corrs DVD???
    Giskard!! Sure they are pretty, but DOOD!
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    ...The Doctor is In....

    ....Dr. John that is.... The Definite Pop Collection. Atco/Rhino R2 70814. 30 tracks o' New Orleans boogie-woogie shufflin' gumbo!

    Kept this one repeatin' all night! What a fine way to wake up finally! Dr. John and that piano with a backup vocal section and Horns! ...Makin' Whoopee! So cool!
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    What's Playing...?

    XM Radio - Station 50 (The Loft)
    XM Radio - Station 60 (Deep Tracks)

    other than that, pretty much Grateful Dead.
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    Originally posted by boputnam
    Giskard!! Sure they are pretty, but DOOD!
    Exactly!

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