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    Thanks Cnote11!
    Ray Davies is my all-time songwriting hero.
    Second to none in my opinion.
    Arthur and Lola Versus Powerman are brilliant too and i also love Schoolboys In Disgrace and Misfits too.
    Glad you like them too!

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    Listened to Sky Larkin's Golden Spike, The Vaccines, and Youthmovies today.



    This is such a good album. The Sky Larkin one is one of my favorite rock albums as well.

    Currently having a good round of This Town Needs Guns.
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    On Spotify:

    Wayne Shorter--Atlantis
    Whatever floats your boat

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    This has got to stop.



    "...and when that flag blows.. there'll be no more wars..."

    omnia vincit amor - Virgil

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    On Spotify:

    McCoy Tyner--Atlantis. I found this album to be far more melodic and varied than Shorter's cd of the same name; in many ways it is reminiscent of Tyner's album called Trident, of which I am also very fond.
    Whatever floats your boat

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    The Velvet Underground Live 1969. Most awesome band ever.

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    One album i never get tired of hearing.
    David Bowie - The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars

    ZiggyStardust.jpg

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    Listening to my B&N bargain bin purchases:




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    Don Cab's American Don, The Weeknd House of Balloons, Nils Frahm's Felt, Mighty Clouds S/T, Madvillain's Madvillainy, DJ Muggs et Sick Jacken's Mask et l'assassin, Kyarypamyupamyu's moshi moshi harajuku, 4minute's Volume Up, Meg Passport/Paris, DangerDoom's Mouse and the Mask, Elzhi's Elmatic.

    That was non-classical my listening for the day.

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    James Booker's stunning musicianship, "On the Sunny Side Of The Street."
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tp4mnVQsGfQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by PetrB View Post
    James Booker's stunning musicianship, "On the Sunny Side Of The Street."
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tp4mnVQsGfQ
    thank you, i had never heard of him before.
    have you any album to suggest?

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    I love Scott Walker's early solo albums.
    This album in my opinion is one of the greatest ever made.
    Scott Walker - Scott 3

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    Lee Morgan--Search For The New Land
    Whatever floats your boat

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    Cian-Nugent-Doubles.jpg

    The first side of the LP is an eastern, sometimes almost gypsy-esque steel string piece in the vein of John Fahey, ending in an electronic drone.

    The second side is a piece in a similar style, but accompanied by a small acoustic ensemble.


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