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    Just discovered these
    Very avant garde
    very clever
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    “How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by cwarchc View Post

    Just discovered these
    Very avant garde
    very clever
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    I can't find that one on Spotify, so I'm listening to this one. I think it's the same one. Anyway, it's reminding me of what Sergio Mendez and Brazil '66 used to do to Beatles songs in the '60s.

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    Speaking of Brazil '66, I'm getting a blast from my past.

    Combining pop with Bossa Nova rhythms, he was unique in having two female vocalists who sang in unison, which somehow worked really well.

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    Just got through this on Spotify. Except for the McCoy Tyner track, it's pretty much a waste of time. You've been warned.

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    The Jazz Messengers--The Jazz Messengers
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    I love her uniquely husky voice. I also like that she sings poetical songs that usually have a message rather than simple love songs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vesteralen View Post
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    I love her uniquely husky voice. I also like that she sings poetical songs that usually have a message rather than simple love songs.
    I'm listening now. You're right; her voice is unique. I can't understand what she's singing, but it sounds nice.
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    Recommended disc from Stereophile. I had forgotten what an amazing improvisor this guy is. To keep going at this advanced age, too...
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    Apocalyptica, their self-titled album.

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    Horace Silver--The Cape Verdean Blues
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vesteralen View Post
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    I love her uniquely husky voice. I also like that she sings poetical songs that usually have a message rather than simple love songs.

    I'm going to have to give her a listen.

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    Fleetwood Mac, Greatest Hits.

    This may be their greatest hits, but it's not a compilation of their history, concentrating instead on the Buckingham/Nicks years. They had some cool stuff before that, like Albatross and Black Magic Woman. Oh, well . . .

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    Our Lady Peace: Curve.

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    Lacuna Coil: Dark Adrenaline. Their best album in years

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    Miles Davis: Sketches Of Spain

    Maiden listen of this one though I think I must have heard the Concierto before!

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