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    Rufus Wainwright - Rufus Wainwright

    Share an album, any genre, you love to help expand our horizons!


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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post
    Grabbing my attention from the get go, thank you!

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    Tibbetts is a guitarist from Minneapolis. He has recorded about a dozen albums mostly on ECM. I like his first album too, which is on the Cuneiform label. This is the lead off track.



    PS It sounds a lot better on the CD. The YT uploads sound crappy.
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    Here is a cover album of Bill Withers songs and I like it! I tried really hard not to share "Deep Calleth Upon Deep" by Satyricon, since that might be to hard for folks to care about!

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    Keneally is another wonderful guitarist and composer that is too little appreciated. This amazing piece is in two parts. Acoustic followed by electric.
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    This 1958 Vanguard LP gives us the earth-shaking basso profundo of Paul Robeson, beautifully and simply recorded, singing a wonderful collection of spirituals, hymns (Blake's Jerusalem was never better sung), and anthems. Deep River, Water Boy, John Brown's Body, etc. will have you singing along. Not available on YouTube; never converted to CD as far as I know--what a pity!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange Magic View Post
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    This 1958 Vanguard LP gives us the earth-shaking basso profundo of Paul Robeson, beautifully and simply recorded, singing a wonderful collection of spirituals, hymns (Blake's Jerusalem was never better sung), and anthems. Deep River, Water Boy, John Brown's Body, etc. will have you singing along. Not available on YouTube; never converted to CD as far as I know--what a pity!
    lol, you made it hard!

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    Paul Robeson... what a pity!
    How this great American was dishonored and blacklisted by the institutional, media, and political bigots and fascists in this country. A true, uncompromising artist he was.
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    This album is very unique and brilliant.
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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.
    I've loved all your recommendations thus far!

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    Click on the above link - to the right of the page are the rest of the videos which comprise the album as a whole.

    "Captain Beyond is the self-titled debut album by Captain Beyond, released in 1972, featuring former members of Iron Butterfly, Deep Purple, Johnny Winter, and Rick Derringer. The album cover for the U.S. release included 3-D artwork (using lenticular printing). The album was dedicated to the memory of Duane Allman, who Captain Beyond drummer Bobby Caldwell had played with in an informal capacity.

    Captain Beyond is unique among guitar-driven hard rock albums in that it contains a wide range of influences, including Latin and jazz, often with various time signatures and a broad range of dynamics within the same song. Most of the album consists of three medleys of tightly arranged interconnected songs. The first starts with "Dancing Madly Backwards (on a Sea of Air)" and ends with "Myopic Void". The second starts with "Thousand Days of Yesterdays (Intro)" and ends with "Thousand Days of Yesterdays (Time Since Come and Gone)". The third starts with "I Can't Feel Nothin' (Part 1)" and finishes the album. Songs flow directly into each other without any lag time between selections, a feature that is shared with other more progressive bands of the era such as Moody Blues and Jethro Tull.

    All of the songwriting was credited to lead vocalist Rod Evans and drummer Bobby Caldwell. However, the songs were in fact written by the group as a whole. Due to their still binding contracts with Iron Butterfly, guitarist Larry "Rhino" Reinhardt and bassist Lee Dorman could not be listed as songwriters on this record for legal reasons."

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    Bill Nelson of Be Bop Deluxe really didn't care much for being a guitar player and yet this is what he sounded like... just imagine what it would have been like had he actually liked being a guitar player...

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    Another interesting muti layered guitar tune that I've always enjoyed. Mike Miller has worked with Chick Corea, and he was a member of the Zappa repertoire ensemble, Banned From Utopia.
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    This is probably my favorite Tibbetts tune. If you have a streaming service look for this album. Many consider it his best work. The title is simply, Yr.

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