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    Recently ordered from Amazon, and arrived today:

    Josef Zawinul--Zawinul
    Miles Davis--Water babies and Miles In The Sky
    Whatever floats your boat

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    Recently ordered from Amazon, and arrived today:

    Josef Zawinul--Zawinul
    Miles Davis--Water Babies
    Miles Davis--Miles In The Sky
    Whatever floats your boat

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    Sorry, double post again!
    Whatever floats your boat

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    Good heavens, whether its a certain model of running shoe or music, if you find something that suits you, buy it ALL up! After multiple rotations through Morphine's "At Your Service" and "Bootleg Detroit", I've cracked and purchased pretty much the entirety of the studio catalogue.

    As I grow older, the perfidy of conventional musical popularity eludes me entirely...nonetheless, without transitioning into a protracted subjective diatribe, here's the newest Amazon manifest:

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    Just ordered from Amazon:

    Whatever floats your boat

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    On order from Amazon:

    Eric Dolphy--Out There /Outward Bound {double cd}

    Whatever floats your boat

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    ^^^^
    Good stuff! I'm particularly fond of Out There.

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    Just ordered from Amazon:

    Last edited by samurai; May-14-2014 at 03:35.
    Whatever floats your boat

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    On order from Amazon:

    Whatever floats your boat

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    My latest purchase was Caravan Palace, a French Electro-swing group. Definitely worth it in my opinion.

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    My recent 'splosion of purchases was not without some non-classical:

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    Liberty for wolves is death to the lambs.

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    Liberty for wolves is death to the lambs.

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    Liberty for wolves is death to the lambs.

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    I recently imported this mysterious album from Japanese Heavy Metal band Anthem, titled "Heavy Metal Anthem". It was the reunion album of the band, but instead of hiring one of their classic singers and producing new content, they rearranged their Japanese songs in English and hired Graham Bonnet as singer -- Graham Bonnet the man with the chords of steel. He started singing young, humming operas through the house, to the chagrin of his parents. His first few gigs were as a pop singer and protégé of the Bee Gees -- mostly R&B. He even had a few pop chart successes -- including a cover of Bob Dylan. His evident talent, however, lead him to hard rock, as he was cast as the replacement of Dio in the legendary rock band Rainbow for a single album. Afterwards he set up Alcatrazz, a metal band which spawned two electric guitar virtuosi, Malmsteen and Vai. He has been criticized in the past for not adhering to the metal dress-code -- the long hair, make-up, dark and tight clothes -- you know the drill. Instead, he dresses as James Dean -- a few decades late! Whatever his history, however, the guys' sheer vocal power is incontestable! He's in his 50s here!

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