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RdTv 12.10.2006 09:11 AM

Mulatu Astatke - Ethiopiques

A great album, full of diversity.Lots of great raw textures and soulful funky rhythms.
 

sonic sphere 12.10.2006 09:47 AM

ramones-live january 7, 1978, the palladium n.y.c.

marleypumpkin 12.10.2006 11:50 AM

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Originally Posted by sonic sphere
ramones-live january 7, 1978, the palladium n.y.c.


Ahh yes, excellent choice. & a very nice see-thru vinyl as well.

Loretta Lynn - "Van Lear Rose"

Hip Priest 12.10.2006 12:09 PM

The Sisters of Mercy again.

The recent resisues have really rekindled my love for them, especialy 'Floodland'.

finding nobody 12.10.2006 12:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by marleypumpkin
Loretta Lynn - "Van Lear Rose"

Great choice! Mr. White's production is ace on that one

 

youthofsonic 12.10.2006 12:23 PM

Tap Tap - Off The Beaten Track

marleypumpkin 12.10.2006 12:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by finding nobody
Great choice! Mr. White's production is ace on that one



 


Indeed. Both Jack & Loretta did a great job on that. I can say w/out a doubt that "Van Lear Rose" was one of the few albums that was deserving of a Grammy, not that that means much now a days.

Listening to...

George Harrison & The Concert For Bangladesh

static-harmony 12.10.2006 02:07 PM

this website.

This Website

drrrtyboots 12.10.2006 02:46 PM

Acid Mother's Temple & The Cosmic Inferno

Dead-Air 12.10.2006 05:47 PM

Currently: "Time Stops" by Explosions in the Sky.

Norma J 12.10.2006 06:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by marleypumpkin
George Harrison & The Concert For Bangladesh


I have this on DVD. It's great.

marleypumpkin 12.10.2006 07:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Norma J
I have this on DVD. It's great.


I plan on getting the DVD sometime soon, but for now the audio version will have to do.

Listening to:

The Who - "Who's Next" (deluxe edition)

TheDom 12.10.2006 07:34 PM

The Harder They Come soundtrack

I'm in a big reggae mood... somebody recommend me some more stuff, I got all the Marley, got some Tosh, Burning Spear, Lee Perry, The Congos and Bunny Wailer.. I need more

marleypumpkin 12.10.2006 07:38 PM

^:...Buju Banton, Isreal Vibration, Black Uhuru, etc.

Better_Than_You 12.10.2006 07:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheDom
The Harder They Come soundtrack

I'm in a big reggae mood... somebody recommend me some more stuff, I got all the Marley, got some Tosh, Burning Spear, Lee Perry, The Congos and Bunny Wailer.. I need more


I like Bedouin Soundclash. They're pretty raggae... kind of easy going. If you add me on MSN I'll send you my favorite song by them.

Hip Priest 12.10.2006 07:44 PM

SYR6, inspired by Neongod's poll.

Pookie 12.10.2006 07:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheDom
The Harder They Come soundtrack

I'm in a big reggae mood... somebody recommend me some more stuff, I got all the Marley, got some Tosh, Burning Spear, Lee Perry, The Congos and Bunny Wailer.. I need more


One of my favourite records:

 

finding nobody 12.10.2006 08:25 PM

 

k-krack 12.10.2006 08:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Better_Than_You
I like Bedouin Soundclash. They're pretty raggae... kind of easy going. If you add me on MSN I'll send you my favorite song by them.


Terrible.

k-krack 12.10.2006 08:59 PM

I'm listening to Wowee Zowee (Sordid Sentinals Edition).


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