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    Outside of the live version and Gran Riserva, any other recommendations for Dzihan & Kamien, (I really liked Gran Riserva)
    Quote Originally Posted by Zilch
    BIG thanks to Infredible for turning me on to these guys. This is the "Live" version of some of the tracks on Gran Riserva he posted above, rearranged, and more, plus a bonus disk of remixes.

    Don't know if he has this one, but, trust in the Zilchster now: it'll mess with your mind AND your speakers. Consider it a blessing if both survive.

    www.sixdegreesrecords.com

    Ignore the Flash 7 prompts if you want; they'll still let you in....

    Downtempo, lounge, jazz, world, ambient, electronica, loud, live, GOOD!

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    dZihan & Kamien

    Very well recorded and produced material but too Electronica for my taste, but heh, thats the great thing about music! Listened to both albums completely.

    More suggestions please!

    Ken

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    this morning...

    I have been listening to a good friend of mine,s CD -- Tyrin Benoit and the Shuckers -- louisiana blues/zydeco/rock fusion stuff -- for something close (that I really like as well); most of you all would be able to find his big brother in most well stocked record stores -- Tab Benoit, but Tab is a bit more bluesy/rock sounding.... they both grew up in Houma, LA

    I listen to this type of music when I get homesick -- don't know if it makes it better or worse....

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    I find this one very good and an old fav. only small pic from the net
    THE ROMANTIC WARRIOR
    Return to Forever
    http://www.audioheritage.org/vbulle...ntid=7122&stc=1

    Very good fusion IMO


    This is some of the best stuff ever. It is available on SACD from Music Direct. The only reason I don't already have it is the $50 cost. Also, I don't know if this is in stereo or surround, but when I got $50 extra kicking around, I will get it!


    http://www.amusicdirect.com/products...mantic+warrior

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    Here's a CD that has been in heavy rotation here lately:

    Unforgivable Blackness - A Film by Ken Burns
    Original Soundtrack Recording by Wynton Marsalis
    Blue Note #7243 8 64194 2 2

    The 21 tracks feature all sorts of up and down tempo period jazz pieces and moody atmosphere music. All are performed well and recorded with great clarity and punch. Horns and string bass sound like they are in the room with you. It is a rare example of great system demo material that is also fun to listen to.

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    I love Wynton Marsailes.....
    when I was going to the University of New Orleans, the Marsalises used to play the Jazz recitals that were part of the required concerts for music classes....... not too bad for 'required' listening performers.....

    we also used to get treated to the Nevilles playing on campus for like $7.00...


    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Schell
    Here's a CD that has been in heavy rotation here lately:

    Unforgivable Blackness - A Film by Ken Burns
    Original Soundtrack Recording by Wynton Marsalis
    Blue Note #7243 8 64194 2 2

    The 21 tracks feature all sorts of up and down tempo period jazz pieces and moody atmosphere music. All are performed well and recorded with great clarity and punch. Horns and string bass sound like they are in the room with you. It is a rare example of great system demo material that is also fun to listen to.

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    Van the Man

    My vote for the best ever "live" rock album has to be Van Morrisons "It's Too Late To Stop Now". The Eagles live might have a very slight edge technically but they can't touch Vans "Irish soul music" for emotion/delivery. Recorded in '73 or '74 the performance and quality of the recording is outstanding by any measure you could apply.

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    I just got hold of Macho by Gabor Szabo. This is a real treat.

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    Majick47, I'm in complete agreement. "It's Too Late To Stop Now" is some of Van the Man's finest work, and has provided much pleasure for three decades now. It is about time to pull it out again for another straight through listen...

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    Van the Man Morrison

    Steve if anyone wants to know what makes JBL speakers so special they only have to listen to this album to hear the difference between JBL and "audiophile" speakers. JBL and Van, a match made in audio heaven.

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    The Doobie Brothers - Live at the Wolfe Trap National Park July 25, 2004.

    http://www.doobiebros.com/

    Sounds cool anytime but better loud!

    Mrs Lansing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs Lansing
    The Doobie Brothers - Live at the Wolfe Trap National Park July 25, 2004.

    http://www.doobiebros.com/

    Sounds cool anytime but better loud!

    Mrs Lansing
    welcome aboard....

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    What's playing now...

    Now: Forensic Files - CourtTV.

    Earlier: Murali Coryell - Eyes Wide Open


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs Lansing
    The Doobie Brothers - Live at the Wolfe Trap National Park July 25, 2004.

    http://www.doobiebros.com/

    Sounds cool anytime but better loud!

    Mrs Lansing
    Jim Lansing did quite well for himself

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    Vinal

    I rarely play vinal and have been without a phono section for some time. Just got a one-off battery powered unit and have rekindled the love.

    Now playing Elvin Jones, "It don't mean a Thing..." on a Germany lable, ENJA,

    Outstanding.
    Robin

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