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    I've been listening to a ton of Rory Gallagher lately.

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    It had been almost a year (I guess) since I listened to an album from my favorite pop singer Dusty Springfield. But once I start listening to her I can't stop anymore, so yesterday became Dusty day for me and I loved every minute of it.....



    Martha doesn't signal when the orchestra comes in, she's just pursing her lips..

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    Ufommamut - Snailking



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    Really spectacular cool classic jazz: Milt Jackson & John Coltrane: 'bags & trane' w/(to be fair) Hank Jones, Paul Chambers, and Connie Kay.

    One swingin' good session from 1960:
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    Boogie Chillen!
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    Quote Originally Posted by StlukesguildOhio View Post
    Boogie Chillen!
    That's some good blues. I was listening to some of those albums about a month ago.(http://www.talkclassical.com/104777-post123.html)

    This morning I listened to this:



    This was the first Boards of Canda album I got, when I was first really getting properly into music. Listening now it's probably not as good as Music has the Right to Children or Geodaddi, but it's still enjoyable.

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    Miles, On The Corner & Get Up With It ..


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    Still hooked on the blues. Its Labor day Weekend. fabulous steaks on the grill. Medium rare... still mooing... some great Belgian and British beers... and Muddy and Stones blasting 'til the neighbors complain. What more could you want?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Argus View Post



    How are these two albums? This is one of the few mid-70's Tangerine Drem albums I don't have.

    For a long time I enjoyed Jade Warrior's "Released" album on vinyl, but have not gotten around to buying it on CD. Now it is outrageously expensive. "Released" is supposedly more progressive rock than their other albums, which I have read lean toward new age. I've heard a couple of cuts from "Floating Worlds" and a few from "Last Autumn's Dream" and to me they sound similar to "Released." Is it worth tracking down?

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    Probably one of the best gypsy jazz groups I've heard. Some tracks are going to my heart just like that and I do envy the Stochelo's guitar and picking technique. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weston View Post
    How are these two albums? This is one of the few mid-70's Tangerine Drem albums I don't have.

    For a long time I enjoyed Jade Warrior's "Released" album on vinyl, but have not gotten around to buying it on CD. Now it is outrageously expensive. "Released" is supposedly more progressive rock than their other albums, which I have read lean toward new age. I've heard a couple of cuts from "Floating Worlds" and a few from "Last Autumn's Dream" and to me they sound similar to "Released." Is it worth tracking down?
    The Tangerine Dream is a good solid album, like pretty much all their mid to late 70's output. It features a lot of shorter pieces, so it can't really be compared with Phaedra or Force Majeure. It's clear to see where John Carpenter got his inspiration from for his movie soundtracks. If you've got Phaedra, Rubycon, Stratosfear and albums like that then you're not missing out on much, it's just slightly more to the point and less spacy. I mainly picked it up because it was £3, and up until this last year TD albums were quite expensive, but they seemed to have all dropped to between £5-7 lately. Which is nice.

    Floating Worlds is the only Jade Warrior album I own but I've heard songs off their earlier ones. It is moving towards new age and features lots of 'world' music elements but it has enough rockiness (great guitar playing and drumming) to keep me satisfied. The stuff after Way of the Sun, I think is where they go downhill rapidly. The whole album is on Youtube right now if you want to listen.

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    Lots of drony noise. Both classical and non-classical.








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    And a new album by The Sword:



    Pretty good hard rock/stoner metal with heavy 70's influences.

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