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    yet another bleak midwestern morning...
    and so, to facsimilate a decent environment the morning starts with Bob Marley and the Wailers on DVD-A
    soon to be followed by:
    1) Tord Gustavsen Trio-The Ground( I don't remember who made the recommendation but I stumbled across it the other day--a name you can't really forget )
    2)Hilary Hahn--Elgar Violin Concerto
    3)Maria Muldaur-Sweet Lovin' Ol' Soul

    happy listening, one and all

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    Moving round and round is: "Stan Ridgway - Black Diamond"
    A wonderful record.

    This was preceded on the circular table by: "pinback - blue scree life" (thanks Davy for the tip).

    Peace

    Bernd
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    Had to stay with Stan."Anatomy" is going round now.

    Bernd
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bernd
    This was preceded on the circular table by: "pinback - blue scree life" (thanks Davy for the tip).
    Bitte schön! Although I'm only one of many Pinback fans in your midst. We've talked alot about that whole family of San Diego bands that sprang forth from Three Mile Pilot, the biggest being Black Heart Procession and Pinback, although from what I've heard they're teaming back up for another TMP record soon.

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    Helen Humes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davey
    Bitte schön! Although I'm only one of many Pinback fans in your midst. We've talked alot about that whole family of San Diego bands that sprang forth from Three Mile Pilot, the biggest being Black Heart Procession and Pinback, although from what I've heard they're teaming back up for another TMP record soon.
    Davey, since you put me onto "Pinback" you might want to try what's currently rotating here:

    "Miracle Mile - Stories we could tell".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bernd
    Davey, since you put me onto "Pinback" you might want to try what's currently rotating here:

    "Miracle Mile - Stories we could tell".

    Bernd
    Thanks Bernd, and yeah, I like those guys. I've been trying to get ahold of their latest "Glow" for a decent price for the last few months to no avail. They never get a release in the States.

    http://forums.audioreview.com/showth...100#post113100

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    Great. Glow is a really beautiful album. Unfortunatly they are ignored by most of the music press. There is however a website now. www.miraclemile.co.uk

    Have a tuneful day

    Bernd
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    Hello again

    ...currently spinning:

    Roxy Music--Avalon on SACD- it's hard to believe this is the same recording session as the original crappy cd release. This may be the the greatest shining example of the value of good source material in my collection, regarding the superiority of the remastering on the latest issue.

    Up next is Miles Davis' "'Round about Midnight"

    JohnMichael, did you ever gat to check out any Weather Report?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobsticks
    yet another bleak midwestern morning...
    and so, to facsimilate a decent environment the morning starts with Bob Marley and the Wailers on DVD-A
    soon to be followed by:
    1) Tord Gustavsen Trio-The Ground( I don't remember who made the recommendation but I stumbled across it the other day--a name you can't really forget )
    2)Hilary Hahn--Elgar Violin Concerto
    3)Maria Muldaur-Sweet Lovin' Ol' Soul

    happy listening, one and all
    The Hilary Hahn I have in my collection and I enjoy it very much. My question is the Maria Muldaur recording you mention, could you tell me more about it? I can not believe I missed something by Maria unless it is a compilation and I had the music on other albums. To answer the question in a later of your posts I have 3 Weather Report albums but I have not had a chance to listen to the Telarc recording you mentioned.
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    Now spinning: Jascha Heifetz "Jean Sibelius' Violin Concerto in D Minor"

    Yes, young Ms. Hahn is quite something. Some have thrown out the old "technique versus feeling" accusation but she brings enough of everything to the table for my liking.
    As for the Maria Muldaur, the jacket reads:

    Maria Muldaur's homage to the blues
    women who inspired her continues with this follow-up
    to the 2002 Grammy Award nominated 'Richland Woman
    Blues'.With old friends and guests who are fellow 'keepers
    of the flame' Maria has created another masterpiece.

    The copyright date on the cd is 2005. Some of the 'fellow keepers of the flame' include Steve James, Suzy Thompson, Dave Mathews,Del Ray and Taj Mahal.

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    It's weekend! And starting off on the circular spot are: The Tears - Here come the Tears.

    Have good one

    Bernd
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bernd
    It's weekend! And starting off on the circular spot are: The Tears - Here come the Tears.
    A dam fine album, if I may say so.
    Eschew fascism.
    Truth Will Out.
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    you guys are crackheads.
    I remain,
    Peter aka Dusty Chalk

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    Now spinning: Jane Monheit's" Never Never Land"

    Up next: Flogging Molly's " Drunken Lullabies"(preparin' for the evenin's festivities,dontcha know)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty Chalk
    A dam fine album, if I may say so.
    Thanks, you may say so. Couldn't agree more. Damn fine album.
    But now it's Saturday and I am kicking off with something a bit more mellow:

    "Martin Stephenson and the Daintees - Boat to Bolivia".

    Absolute bliss.

    Peace

    Bernd
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    mornings flying by....listened to...

    Sex Pistols: Mini LP
    Ramones: Rocket to Russia
    Ramones: End of the Century
    999

    and the Clash's Back Market Clash is next...

    Burning some vinyl to CD for getting out and about with some friends later on. Doubt I'll have time to do any more than those today.

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    Following on the round table: "Echo and the Bunnymen - Evergreen".

    Peace

    Bernd
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    Jethro Tull

    Aqualung Live

    Just picked this one up and it is a very interesting recording so far. Artist royalties are donated to the homeless.
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    Hello All...

    ...and now spinning: Squirrel Nut Zippers' "HOT"

    to be followed by: "The Rare Delight of You"-John Pizzarelli w/the George Shearling Quintet and "In Full Swing" -Mark O'Connor

    Good day to everyone and enjoy

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    Hello all,

    Perfect Sunday morning kick back and enjoy life tunes:

    "Carmel - Everybody's got a little Soul."

    Enjoy yours

    Bernd
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    good morning,afternoon,night,or whatever applies

    In the disc changer currently:
    1)Yo Yo Ma,Edgar Meyer,and Mark O'Connor-"Appalachian Journey"
    2)The Corrs-"Live in London"
    3)Bryan Ferry-"Bete Noire"
    4)Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds-"Live at Luther College"
    5)Cocteau Twins-"Treasure"
    ...and debuting on my system tonight, "In Absentia" by Porcupine Tree. I bought this yesterday, frankly, to figure out what half you characters are talking about

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    Nice Sunday selection bobsticks,

    As afternoon slides into evening we have on the circular:

    "Alison Krauss & Union Station - Live".

    Followed by:

    "Rick Wakeman - Country Airs"

    Life is good.

    Best to one and all.

    Bernd
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    Bernd,Alison Krause+Union Station?

    Great choice, my friend! I hope you enjoy it, I know I do. I don't know if your familiar with "Bete Noire". It's one of Ferry's lesser known solo outings. He is accompanied by Johnny Marr of The Smiths fame and all the pithy guitar one could want, as well as a proficient African rhythm section. Not a classic but decent stuff.
    Happy listenings to all

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobsticks
    Great choice, my friend! I hope you enjoy it, I know I do. I don't know if your familiar with "Bete Noire". It's one of Ferry's lesser known solo outings. He is accompanied by Johnny Marr of The Smiths fame and all the pithy guitar one could want, as well as a proficient African rhythm section. Not a classic but decent stuff.
    Happy listenings to all
    Yeah, I do like this sort of bluegrass music in small doses. I really enjoy the playing and the recording quality is superb.

    As for Mr.Ferry I only own two outputs by him, "Frantic and Boys & Girls", and I like them both. Especially his version of "It's all over now, baby blue".

    Have a good one

    Bernd
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobsticks
    In the disc changer currently:
    1)Yo Yo Ma,Edgar Meyer,and Mark O'Connor-"Appalachian Journey"
    2)The Corrs-"Live in London"
    3)Bryan Ferry-"Bete Noire"
    4)Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds-"Live at Luther College"
    5)Cocteau Twins-"Treasure"
    ...and debuting on my system tonight, "In Absentia" by Porcupine Tree. I bought this yesterday, frankly, to figure out what half you characters are talking about
    Have your heard the Joshua Bell and Edgar Meyer "Short Trip Home"? I enjoy that recording very much. I also noticed you were playing Squirrel Nut Zippers. I have their Perenial Favorites cd which is one of my favorites.
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