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    Brian Setzer - Songs From Lonely Avenue

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    I'm a huge Tibbets and Keneally fan! I believe I own everything by these 2 artists.


    I'll start with Eskaton - 4 Visions, from France.

    01. Eskaton 00:00
    02. Atentte 10:28
    03. Ecoute 20:43
    04. Pitié 33:38
    05. Le cri 42:22





    The first track alone, is near orgasmic!
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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post
    I listened to this entire album last night, I really enjoyed it.

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    One of the more creative Brazilian jazz/fusion/avant garde albums of the 1970s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post


    One of the more creative Brazilian jazz/fusion/avant garde albums of the 1970s.
    I really enjoy the Return to Forever Anthology album, which this slightly reminds me of, but I find that more out of the box than this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post


    Keneally is another wonderful guitarist and composer that is too little appreciated. This amazing piece is in two parts. Acoustic followed by electric.
    Just put this album on, enjoyed the track you shared very much.

    *I'm not enjoying the vocal track as much*
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    A link which leads to each of the 36 songs - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dj1N...x_dNaE&index=1

    " Anticipating the "world music" trend of the 1980s, it features funk, reggae, jazz, gospel, rockabilly, folk, dub, rhythm and blues, calypso, disco, and rap."

    Robert Christgau wrote in The Village Voice, "If this is their worst—which it is, I think—they must be, er, the world's greatest rock and roll band"...

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    I bought this recording when it first came out. Kayhan Kalhor is one of the greatest composers/musicians of the Persian classical music tradition. Have a listen.



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    Michael Stearns - Planetary Unfolding

    Headphones, eyes closed. That's the way to listen to it.


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    Short-term thinkers are rewarded with reelection, while those who dare to take seriously our responsibility to future generations commonly find themselves out of office.

    - Marcia Bjornerud, Geologist

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    Short-term thinkers are rewarded with reelection, while those who dare to take seriously our responsibility to future generations commonly find themselves out of office.

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    Beck - Midnight Vultures



    I think what makes this album so great, aside from the music, is that the concept can be interpreted as satire or indulgence. Very clever!
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    Such a great band, and I prefer this OG lineup. This is their latest record, and they will be touring this year, I hope to catch them.


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    Studio Ghibli Piano Soundtrack-Full Album

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